The decision to charge the men, considered to be ringleaders in the assassination plot, in the United States is an indication of the chronic dysfunction of the Haitian justice system.
Author: Chris Cameron
Trump Is Sued in Death of Capitol Police Officer After Jan. 6
The suit in the death of Brian D. Sicknick seeks millions in damages from the former president, whom it paints as responsible for the violence that day, and two Capitol rioters.
Jill Biden to Have ‘Small Lesion’ Removed After Skin Cancer Screening
It is not clear if the lesion is cancerous. Dr. Kevin C. O’Connor, the White House physician, said doctors recommended the procedure “in an abundance of caution.”
How Army Bases Were Named for Defeated Confederates
Most Confederates were ultimately pardoned for the crime of treason against the United States. Decades later, the Army began honoring them in southern states.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Describes Fears of Violence
Lawmakers in Congress have experienced a surge of threats and confrontations in recent years, coinciding with a rise in violent political speech.
OSCE Election Observers Warn of Republican Election Deniers
Attempts by candidates to discredit the integrity of the vote have “snowballed enormously” since the 2020 election, the head of the observation mission said.
Police Arrest Man Found With Guns in Vehicle Near U.S. Capitol
The Capitol Police arrested a man from Georgia and detained two other people who said they were delivering documents to the Supreme Court.
Trump Acknowledged in Interview That Letters to Kim Were ‘Top Secret’
Recordings made by Bob Woodward of his interviews with Donald Trump appear to contradict Mr. Trump’s claims that none of the documents he took with him from the White House were classified.
CDC Ends Country-by-Country Covid Travel Advisories
The agency said it would no longer maintain a list of coronavirus travel warnings because “fewer countries are testing or reporting Covid-19 cases,” limiting its ability to assess travel risks.
Army Bases That Honor Confederate Traitors Could Soon Be Renamed for These Heroes
The names “embody the best of the United States Army and America,” a commission established by Congress wrote in announcing its choices.