The Daily Populous

Wednesday January 13rd, 2021 morning edition

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WASHINGTON — Donald Trump Jr., the outgoing president's oldest son, is under criminal investigation in the District of Columbia, Rep. Hakeem Jeffries of New York said Tuesday.

Jeffries, a Democrat, made the announcement in a tweet but provided no further details.

Donald Trump Jr. is now under criminal investigation in the District of Columbia.

Keep the pressure on every single person who incited the violent attack on the Capitol.

— Hakeem Jeffries (@hakeem_jeffries) January 12, 2021.

"Keep the pressure on every single person who incited the violent attack on the Capitol," Jeffries said.

This comes as the backlash to last week's deadly Capitol attack may see Trump Jr.'s father impeached for a second time in the House of Representatives. »

US military issues rare statement denouncing Capitol riot and confirming Biden as next commander-in-chief

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America’s top military leadership has issued a rare statement denouncing the Capitol riot and confirming Joe Biden as the next commander-in-chief.

Any act to disrupt the constitutional process is not only against our traditions, values and oath; it is against the law.”.

“We witnessed actions inside the Capitol building that were inconsistent with the rule of law,” the statement added. »

In rare joint message, top U.S. military leaders condemn Capitol riot

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The joint message broke nearly a week of silence by the military leaders after the assault on the Capitol by supporters of President Donald Trump sent lawmakers into hiding and left five people dead.

The military leaders said that President-elect Joe Biden would be inaugurated on Jan. 20 and become their commander in chief.

There has also been a renewed focus on extremism within the U.S. military after the Capitol storming. »

Netflix’s Massive 2021 Film Slate Will Deliver New Movies Every Week This Year

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Teased last October in national commercial spots, the streaming monolith is guaranteeing its roughly 193 million subscribers unseen features every week in 2021.

After rescuing the films from Disney’s acquisition of Fox, Netflix will release all three in 2021 only one month apart, presumably over the Halloween season.

Here’s the complete list of planned 2021 feature film releases for Netflix:. »