The Washington Post
– Sep 16, 5:50 PM
D.C. National Guard Maj. Adam D. DeMarco told lawmakers that defense officials were searching for crowd control technology deemed too unpredictable to use in war zones and had authorized the transfer of about 7,000 rounds of ammunition to the D.C.
By Katelyn Polantz and Christina Carrega, CNN
– Sep 16, 6:29 PM
(CNN) Attorney General William Barr slammed the hundreds of Justice Department prosecutors working beneath him on Tuesday, equating them to preschoolers, in a defense of his own politically tuned decision making in the Trump administration. 'Name…
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