In a year when so many have stayed at home, Jackie Hairston did not. A 35-year U.S. Postal Service employee, she loved her job, deemed essential, inside the busy Ward Circle substation in Northwest D.C. â€œYes, she was dedicated,â€ her brother Melvin told the News4 I-Team.Â â€œShe was loved by her coworkers; anybody would have loved her.â€ Before her birthday in…
A lawyer was found dead in his home in Laurel, Maryland, on Wednesday after police responded to a report of a possible burglary. A homicide investigation is underway. Brian R. Bregman was found in the 500 block of Main Street, in his home above his law office. He was 43, Laurel police said.Â â€œBrian was a very nice guy,â€ the…
Democratic prosecutors in the impeachment trial of Donald TrumpÂ requested he testify under oath either before or during the Senate trial.
Parler fired its CEO John Matze after the freewheeling social media platform was taken offline last month over its role in the Capitol riots.
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