Jan / Anton Lunyk Lunyk / Court

CNN identifies the Jan. 6 rioter who received a call from the WH as Brooklyn's Anton Lunyk. Lunyk was sentenced to a year of probation earlier this month. Court records show he and 2 friends spent 10 minutes inside. The call came an hour after they left.

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There are also by-polls taking place in different parts of India. I urge those whose seats are witnessing these by-polls to turnout in large numbers and vote.

Why would we expect Trump to denounce Ye and Fuentes for trafficking in antisemitism, white supremacy, and pro-Nazi rhetoric... when he has done the same? My @MSNBC  opening monologue tonight brought receipts on Trump's antisemitism & Hitler admiration:

Our economy is now on the edge of what would be a fiscal catastrophe all because of the Biden admin’s ineptitude. After doing next to nothing to avoid a rail strike, Biden assured the American people that this matter was settled.   🚨READ MORE HERE🚨

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ICAI’s committee on international trade will meet shortly to set out its position on FTAs relating to the audit sector, following which its governing council will deliberate the matter on 15 December. @Firstday75  & @ravidutta_  report)

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Two out of four stocks that saw heavy FII buying in the September quarter have caught the attention of certain analysts, even as both companies saw a senior executive put in his papers.

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