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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan tweets photo after skin cancer removal: 'No pain, no gain'

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Saturday tweeted a photo of himself following a procedure to remove cancerous cells from his face.

San Francisco trailer park resident had chemicals used in making explosives: police

A resident of a San Francisco trailer park was arrested Friday after FBI agents found him in possession of chemicals that can be used to make explosives, according to police.

California city removes ‘racist’ ‘White Lives Matter’ banner, declares it ‘despicable act of vandalism’

Officials in a Northern California city on Saturday ordered the removal of a "White Lives Matter" banner that was posted on city property, declaring it "racist" and a "despicable act of vandalism."

This Day in History: Jan. 17

Betty White, star of “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” "The Golden Girls," and “Hot in Cleveland,” is born. The Drudge Report says Newsweek magazine killed a story about an affair between President Bill Clinton and an unidentified White House intern.

California earthquake reported north of Monterey area

An earthquake initially measured at magnitude 4.5 rattled Northern California on Saturday night, according to reports.

Capitol 'zip ties' suspect's mother arrested in Tennessee, charged with conspiracy

The mother of a man who is accused of carrying zip ties in the U.S. Capitol building last week was arrested Saturday in Tennessee for also allegedly entering the Capitol building.

BLM Utah leader disavows left-wing Capitol activist John Sullivan: 'He has never been a member'

The founder of Black Lives Matter Utah has disavowed activist John Sullivan, who was arrested in connection with last week’s Capitol riot, describing him as a reckless agitator whom other activists have “blackballed” due to his behavior.

USPS temporarily removes, suspends mail collection in some major cities ahead of inauguration

The United States Postal Service will temporarily shut down post offices in the nation’s capital in preparation of next week’s Inauguration Day.

Seattle bomb threat outside FBI headquarters is false alarm; 1 in custody

One man is in custody after lighting the tire of his truck on fire outside the FBI headquarters in Seattle and falsely telling authorities there was a bomb inside his vehicle, a spokesman for the FBI said Saturday.

NASA test for 'most powerful rocket in the world' has component failure

NASA conducted a hot fire of the core stage of the Space Launch System, but the stage’s four main engines shut down just over one minute into a test designed to last eight minutes.

DC police: Man with unregistered Glock, 509 rounds arrested in Washington

U.S. Capitol Police arrested a Virginia man at a security checkpoint Friday night with an unregistered Glock handgun and more than 500 rounds of ammunition.

Missouri woman who allegedly posed with Pelosi's nameplate charged in connection with Capitol riot

A Missouri woman who appeared to pose with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's nameplate has been charged in connection with the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.

Trump's approval rating hits all-time low following U.S. Capitol riot

President Trump's job approval rating dropped to an all-time low of 29%, nine points less than it was in August of 2020, according to a Pew Research poll released Friday.

Manchin says 14th Amendment ouster should be 'consideration' for Sens. Hawley, Cruz

West Virginia Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin said Friday that removing Republican Sens. Josh Hawley and Ted Cruz from office over their objections to the 2020 presidential election results should absolutely be "a consideration."
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