- Cops and protesters gather at US Capitol for ‘Justice for J6’ rallyA massive police response mobilized outside a fenced-off US Capitol Saturday morning to greet a group of right-wing protesters who insist their noon demonstration won’t descend into violence.
- Border flooded with hundreds of migrants crossing into TexasHundreds of migrants are seen crossing the border into Texas in Del Rio on Saturday, with many of them originally coming from Haiti.
- Gabby Petito: Police spoke to woman who claimed to see Laundrie days after Gabby last seenNorth Port police confirm that they spoke to a TikTok user who claimed to have given Brian Laundrie a ride just days after missing woman Gabby Petito was last confirmed seen alive.
- Contraband intended for Virginia jail ends up in schoolyard due to errant droneA drone planned to make a drug drop at a Virginia jail. Instead, the drugs made its way from the sky onto a schoolyard. According to Brunswick County Sheriff's Office, the drone dropped the package off, containing marijuana, tobacco, a USB and cell phones around 5:40 am Thursday morning when it was spotted by a Brunswick Academy school employee.
- Williams: cops know more than they're saying, warrant may have been issuedThe Florida police investigating the disappearance of Gabby Petito know more than they are saying at this point, according to former detective Ted Williams.
- Prosecutors can’t show Rittenhouse link to Proud Boys, judge saysA judge ruled that prosecutors can't argue Kyle Rittenhouse is affiliated with the Proud Boys or that he attacked a woman months before the shootings in Kenosha last year.
- Sons of Alex Murdaugh's dead housekeeper 'scared,' 'shell-shocked,' after SC lawyer's release to drug rehabThe two sons of a 57-year-old housekeeper who died weeks after a mysterious fall at the home of prominent South Carolina lawyer Alex Murdaugh four years ago are absolutely “shell shocked,” their attorney tells Fox News, after Murdaugh was let out of a jail on a $20,000 personal recognizance bond and allowed to travel back to an out of state rehabilitation fa