House Speaker Nancy Pelosi met with House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler and other Committee chairmen Monday evening after a 9-hour impeachment hearing.
According to the Washington Post, the Judiciary Committee will likely vote on two articles of impeachment later this week.
According to sources who spoke on the condition of anonymity to WaPo, one article of impeachment will be on ‘abuse of power’ and the other on ‘obstruction of Congress.’
DETROIT (WXYZ) — A Detroit mother has been charged with murder in the death of her 1-year-old son last week.
According to Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy, 20-year-old Rhionna Nichols is charged with felony murder and first degree child abuse and torture.
Nichols was reportedly upset because little Viston accidentally pulled a TV off a dresser. Sources say Nichols claimed she shook her baby and used a shoe to hit him on the legs, but police say reality had to be much worse because Viston died from trauma to his head.
A California man is due in court later today in connection with disturbing videos that appear to show him pointing guns out a hotel window. Police arrested Steven Homoki after they were tipped off about several YouTube videos that show a man holding several guns and aiming at targets in downtown San Diego.
Homoki was arrested on three felony weapons charges. Formal charges will be announced this afternoon when he appears in court, reports correspondent Janet Shamlian.
WHEAT RIDGE, Colo. – The shipping company UPS is investigating after a Denver man recorded an employee apparently tossing dozens of packages out of the back of a delivery truck and onto the ground.
Joe Herrera was working last Friday when he saw a UPS truck pull into a parking lot off of West 44th Avenue and Kipling Street in Wheat Ridge. He spotted the UPS delivery driver dump the packages. He says a woman standing next to the UPS truck then loaded the boxes into her van. UPS hires seasonal employees to make deliveries from their personal vehicles.
PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — A police officer stood outside the Madera Grocery and Deli at N 27th Street and West Montgomery Ave. on Monday afternoon. The store was closed to customers as police waited for the medical examiner to arrive at the store.
Felix Rodriguez, who has owned the store since 2009, says it all started with an argument.
“The kitchen guy and the guy that was in the store, they argued,” said Rodriguez. “When they were fighting, the kitchen guy got a gun and did the shot. I don’t know how many shots.”