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    WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 08: Jimmy Butler #22 of the Miami Heat looks on against the Washington Wizards in the first half at Capital One Arena on March 08, 2020 in Washington, DC. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images) The Miami Heat will make their playoff return in 2020 after adding Jimmy Butler in the offseason. What is the key to knocking them out? The Miami Heat have impressed many fans in 2020, earning a 41-24 record prior to the NBA’s hiatus and clinching a playoff berth behind a deep stable...
    A man began to tear apart the “autonomous zone” this week in Seattle after the city’s Democratic leadership allowed far-left activists to occupy the area for a couple of weeks. Video of the man started appearing on social media over the last 12 hours, and one local source said the incident happened within the last 24 hours. In two videos that were posted online, a man begins to take different objects that the activists used as a perimeter barrier and started throwing them inside the encampment. The man flipped over tables and yelled at the activists that it was time to get their act together and to go home. WATCH: Seattle man begins dismantling CHAZ/CHOP. A one man wrecking crew....
    WATAUGA, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A traffic stop in Watauga led to one officer suffering a gunshot wound and another in the hospital with an injured foot, all at the hands of the same man. It happened Monday night when officers stopped the man who was driving a stolen car in the 6200 block of Stardust Drive South. After initially stopping for officers, the suspect drove away, running over an officer’s foot in the process. Officers began to pursue the car but lost him when he bailed and took off on foot. A perimeter was set up and the suspect was eventually located. But when officers tried to arrest him, he pulled out a gun and fired multiple rounds, hitting one of the officer’s...
    The official story about the violent clearing of Lafayette Square so Donald Trump could have a photo op has changed several times, and it’s still filled with lies. Lie after lie has come from the Trump administration—Attorney General William Barr, Defense Secretary Mark Esper, the White House itself. The protesters were violent, they’ve claimed. Falsely. The protesters were warned to move, they’ve claimed. Also falsely. There was no tear gas, they said. Also falsely. There were a lot of reporters on the scene, and The Washington Post did a video reconstruction of what happened that clearly shows the lies. But the Trump administration and U.S. Park Police (an agency with a loooong history of being the bad guys when it comes to protest) keep making those false claims. So The Washington Post went...
    The official story about the violent clearing of Lafayette Square so Donald Trump could have a photo op has changed several times, and it’s still filled with lies. Lie after lie has come from the Trump administration—Attorney General William Barr, Defense Secretary Mark Esper, the White House itself. The protesters were violent, they’ve claimed. Falsely. The protesters were warned to move, they’ve claimed. Also falsely. There was no tear gas, they said. Also falsely. There were a lot of reporters on the scene, and The Washington Post did a video reconstruction of what happened that clearly shows the lies. But the Trump administration and U.S. Park Police (an agency with a loooong history of being the bad guys when it comes to protest) keep making those false claims. So The Washington...
    Washington — Attorney General William Barr defended his decision to order the forceful removal of protesters from a park near the White House earlier this week, saying the move to expand the perimeter around the White House was planned well before President Trump decided to walk across the park and pose for photos in front of a historic church. Speaking at a press conference alongside the heads of all five Justice Department law enforcement agencies on Thursday, Barr said the massive federal response to protests in the nation's capital was justified after days of violent confrontations over the weekend. He said President Trump tasked him with coordinating efforts by thousands of law enforcement officers from various agencies and departments in...
    (CNN)The People's House continued to be fortified from the public Thursday, as workers erected a perimeter of tall metal fencing around the White House complex.After law enforcement forcefully dispersed peaceful protesters so President Donald Trump could participate in a photo opportunity with a Bible outside St. John's Episcopal Church, workers were seen constructing fencing around Lafayette Park and at the intersection of 17th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue beside the Eisenhower Executive Office Building late Monday evening. And on Thursday, construction of additional fencing along the White House complex began before dawn -- perhaps a sign of security concerns ahead of expected continuing protests this weekend. By Thursday afternoon, the fencing extended down 17th Street from Pennsylvania Avenue to Constitution Avenue....
    Washington— Attorney General William Barr was part of the decision to expand the perimeter around the White House Monday, CBS News has confirmed, pushing protesters who were assembled there from the area before President Trump delivered remarks and walked across the street to survey a damaged historic church. A Justice Department official told CBS News the decision was made late Sunday or early Monday morning to move the perimeter keeping protesters from getting close to the White House back one block. The official said it was a coordinated decision, and Barr advised it was the correct move. The Washington Post first reported Barr's involvement in extending the perimeter. Trending News Biden says country is "crying out for leadership" amid nationwide protests Trump...