The barn where the National Justice Party met in 2020. (Source: Bright MLS | Lancaster County)
The barn where the National Justice Party met in 2020. (Source: Bright MLS | Lancaster County)

Headlines:

White nationalists launched 'National Justice Party' at Lancaster County barn: The party's platform calls for maintaining a "permanent European majority" in the U.S. and limiting Jewish employment in "vital institutions" to 2% or less. The barn is owned by Charles Bausman, who publishes the website Russia Insider. (Source: LNP)

Habitat for Humanity dedicates Strawberry Street home: The renovation was accomplished through a partnership between Habitat for Humanity and Thrivent. (Source: ABC 27)

Two Lancaster city police officers fired: Heather Schaeffer and Benjamin Lapp submitted forged Covid-19 vaccination cards to the department, according to termination letters LNP obtained through a Right-to-Know request.  (Source: LNP)

Berks County letter to poll workers misstates date of Election Day: The letter, sent to 800 poll workers, refers to last year's date, not this year's. Earlier this fall, the county sent out thousands of Spanish-language mail-in ballots with an incorrect Election Day date. (Source: Reading Eagle)

National/world roundup: Global climate summit begins. (Source: AP) Supreme Court hears challenges to Texas abortion law. (Source: UPI) Washington Post investigation details Trump's actions as Jan. 6 insurrection unfolded. (Source: Washington Post) American Airlines cancels 265 more flights. (Source: USA Today) World Covid-19 deaths exceed 5 million. (Source: NBC News)

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