Representative Matt Gaetz’s ex-girlfriend testifies to federal grand jury in sex trafficking probe

A potential key witness in the sex trafficking probe of Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz testified Wednesday before a federal grand jury in Orlando. Chief national affairs and justice correspondent Jeff Pegues has the latest.

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Capitol police chief testifies on security improvements after January 6 riot

U.S. Capitol Chief of Police, J. Thomas Manger testified before a bipartisan committee Wednesday about security improvements in the wake of the deadly riot on the Capitol. CBS News congressional correspondent Nikole Killion joins CBS News correspondent Meg Oliver on CBSN with more.

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LIVE: Following the Capitol attack, US Capitol Police Chief testifies on police oversight | DW News

The US Senate Committee on Rules and Administration holds a hearing on oversight of the US Capitol Police following the January 6 Attack on the Capitol. Witnesses include US Capitol Police Chief Thomas Manger.

On January 6, 2021, an angry mob of supporters of then President Donald Trump attacked the Capitol building in Washington, the center of US democracy — an unprecedented event and a low point in American history.

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LIVE: US Capitol Police Chief testifies on oversight of police following Jan. 6 attack | DW News

The US Senate Committee on Rules and Administration holds a hearing on oversight of the US Capitol Police following the January 6 Attack on the Capitol. Witnesses include US Capitol Police Chief Thomas Manger.

On January 6, 2021, an angry mob of supporters of then President Donald Trump attacked the Capitol building in Washington, the center of US democracy — an unprecedented event and a low point in American history.

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Former Police Officer Kim Potter Testifies In Court For Shooting Of Daunte Wright

Former Minnesota Police Officer Kim Potter took the stand Friday and gave emotional testimony as she described accidentally firing her gun and not her taser, killing 20-year-old Daunte Wright. Potter faces up to 15 years in prison if convicted of first-degree manslaughter. NBC’s Ron Allen reports for Weekend TODAY.

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Kim Potter testifies as defense rests its case

The defense rested its case Friday in the trial over the killing of Daunte Wright. Former Minnesota police officer Kim Potter, who shot and killed Wright in April, took the stand in her own defense and through tears, tried to explain the fatal shooting. Jennifer Mayerle reports.

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