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Washington Post: Grand jury assessing Zinke's alleged lies to investigators
(CNN)A Washington grand jury is hearing arguments from prosecutors alleging that former Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke lied to the department's Office of the Inspector General, The Washington Post reported Friday, citing two individuals briefed of the matter.
Grand jury examining whether Zinke lied to investigators: Washington Post
(Reuters) - U.S. prosecutors have started presenting evidence to a grand jury in Washington to examine whether former Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke lied to federal investigators, the Washington Post reported on Friday, citing two people familiar with the matter.
Five George Washington Quotes For Libertarians on his Birthday
Today is the 287th birthday of America’s first President, George Washington. In honor of the “Father of our Country,” here are some favorite quotes for my fellow liberty lovers.
The Dirt: New brewery on tap on North Washington Street
Hidden Mother Brewery will begin renovating a North Washington Street building into a Spokane taphouse, according to permits issued by the city. The Liberty Lake-based beer making company will turn the former Fleet Feet Sports store, 1311 N. Washinton St., into a 15-barrel brewhouse. The work is val
EXCLUSIVE: Denzel Washington reveals the secret behind his award-winning characters is his BARBER of nearly 30 years who doubles as his confidante, psychotherapist and acting coach on all his films
Hollywood superstar Denzel Washington has revealed one of the key secrets to his successful career on the big screen - his barber. DailyMailTV has obtained footage of Washington honoring Larry M Cherry on stage Sunday night at the Hollywood Beauty Awards, admitting that his barber acts as his confid
Owasso wrestlers Zeke Washington, Taylor Fleming advance to state finals
OKLAHOMA CITY – Owasso wrestling saw its 35-year state title drought end a season ago inside the State Fairground Arena. Two more Rams will look to make school history on Saturday night.
Giant pandas take a tumble in Washington snow
The giant pandas at the Smithsonian National Zoo took advantage of the chilly conditions hitting the Washington, DC, area on February 20, to tumble about in the snow. In a video shared by the zoo, Mei Xiang and Bei Bei can be seen taking tumbles and climbing tree branches in the snow. Credit: Smiths
Washington and Indiana meet in conference battle
Indiana Pacers (38-20, third in the Eastern Conference) vs. Washington Wizards (24-34, 11th in the Eastern Conference) BOTTOM LINE: Eastern Conference foes Washington and Indiana will play at the Capital One Arena.
Records show hundreds of assaults inside Washington juvenile lockup
Surveillance video shows the moment Chris Stubblefield’s world went dark. Seventeen-year-old Darrius Bruton runs toward Stubblefield from behind, then delivers a knock-out punch to the side of Stubblefield’s head.
Caught on camera: Washington Co. deputies seek two after construction theft
Washington County Sheriff’s Office investigators Thursday released surveillance images of two people wanted in an investigation into theft in the Leesburg area. In a news release, the investigators said the pair stole miscellaneous construction materials in the early morning hours of Feb. 2. They we
Michael B. Jordan is Teaming Up With Denzel Washington For a New Movie
Michael B. Jordan may be teaming up with Denzel Washington. According to Variety, Michael B. Jordan is in talks to star in Sony Picture’s “Journal For Jordan,” a drama that will be directed by Denzel Washington.
Washington state: at least 20 county sheriffs refuse to enforce new gun laws
At least 20 county sheriffs in Washington state – more than half of the state’s total – are now publicly refusing to police new gun laws. Several county governments have also passed local resolutions officially opposing enforcement of the laws.
Washington County Sheriff's Office warns of Facebook scam using Sheriff's name
MARIETTA, Ohio (WTAP) - The Washington County Sheriff's Office is warning the public about a scam Facebook profile under Sheriff Larry Mincks' name that is sending private messages about applying for financial assistance.
Cuomo makes another trip to Washington to plead for tax relief
WASHINGTON – Gov. Andrew Cuomo made a second trip to Washington in as many weeks Friday to plead for relief from the GOP tax plan, which he panned as a “gross injustice” that unfairly targets New York and other high tax states.
Washington man jailed after allegedly beating North Strabane woman
A Washington man was jailed after allegedly beating up his girlfriend and threatening her early Monday morning at her Burkett Lane apartment in North Strabane Township. Police said Antonio Keywon Jones, 41, of 398 Houston St., had been staying with his girlfriend for the past month and started argui
Governor Evers joins other governors in Washington to tackle the nation’s top issues
WASHINGTON, D.C. (WMTV) - Friday, governors from around the nation including Tony Evers will tackle the country’s most pressing issues in Washington. From jobs, to cyber-security, to the opioid crisis, governors from around the country kick off meetings this week in Washington for the annual winter
Trump Title X rule changes could impact more than 80K family planning patients in Washington
The Department of Health and Human Services today issued its final rule changing the way that clinics receiving federal Title X money may operate. Opponents to the changes say it is effectively a "domestic gag rule" that will harm patients, as it will limit doctors' abilities to refer their patients
Washington State lawmakers introduce bill to end daylight savings time
OLYMPIA - A new bill proposed by senators in Washington State would make the state observe one standard time throughout the year. Senate Bill 5139 aims to propose the observation of year-round Daylight Savings Time, if approval from Congress is received.
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson talks smoking age, marijuana, guns and Donald Trump in podcast
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson said Friday he was confident a multiyear effort to raise the legal smoking age to 21 would be successful in 2019. “I never want to declare victory, spike the ball before you’re in the end zone,” said Ferguson in a wide-ranging interview recorded for the Spoke
The Young Turks Come to Washington State on a Quest to Overturn Citizens United
On Friday afternoon, the Washington State Senate committee will hear a bill often dismissed as a potentially disastrous pipe dream. The resolution would ask Congress to convene a "limited" constitutional convention for the purposes of "proposing a free and fair elections amendment," which would effe