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Capitol was arrested Friday, the Justice Department said. By Friday afternoon 13 people, including Mr. Barnett had been charged in federal court relating to the Capitol siege. Also charged was Lonnie Coffman of Alabama, who prosecutors say had 11 Molotov cocktails and an unknown number of firearms in his vehicle. He is charged with possession of an unregistered firearm and carrying a pistol without a license. Attorney for the District of Columbia Michael Sherwin. Barnett, who was taken into custody Friday morning, is charged with entering and remaining on restricted grounds, violent entry and theft of public property, the official said.
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Among them was a high school student who became infected after five minutes of exposure from more than 20 feet away. The results of the study, for which Lee and other epidemiologists enlisted the help of an engineer who specializes in aerodynamics, were published last week in the Journal of Korean Medical Science. The conclusions raised concerns that the widely accepted standard of six feet of social distance may not be far enough to keep people safe. Sign up for the latest news, best stories and what they mean for you, plus answers to your questions. You may occasionally receive promotional content from the Los Angeles Times.
As New York City comes back to life this year, we will be taking a look at key statistics to see how well the city is doing in its recovery. Today, we examined data from the Times Square Alliance's automated counting system , which acts as a de facto indicator of the health of the tourism sector, counts pedestrians at various corners in the area:. You can see that the year started off well, with , pedestrians counted on average each day in January, slightly higher than in the previous three years. February was even better, with , daily pedestrians counted. In March, there were only , daily pedestrians counted, and April bottomed out with just 33, daily pedestrians counted, likely the lowest number Times Square saw since it was constructed.