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News: Monday, Jan. 18

Bishop Dwayne Royster

Bishop Dwayne Royster
Bishop Dwayne Royster


NAACP speaker calls for 'new America': “This world we are in is only working for a few," Bishop Dwayne Royster said Sunday at the Lancaster branch of the NAACP's virtual Martin Luther King Jr. commemorative service. "That was not God’s design for humanity, and it should not be our design for a new America.” (Source: LNP)

Why did 39 die of Covid-19 at The Gardens at Stevens?: Advocates and family members cite inadequate staffing. The institution has not commented. (Source: LNP)

Harrisburg quiet, security remains: Only a handful of protesters were seen at the Capitol. National Guard troops and police are continuing to patrol.  (Source: WGAL)

FBI seeks Harrisburg woman in connection with D.C. riot: Officials say Riley June Williams took a computer or hard drive from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office during the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol. (Source: CBS 21)

National/world roundup: FBI vetting National Guard troops for inauguration (Source: USA Today) Giuliani says he won't represent Trump at impeachment trial. (Source: ABC News) Records show Trump campaign insiders helped organize rally that led to Capitol attack. (Source: AP)  FBI arrests "Cowboys for Trump" founder. (Source: CBS News)