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1. Biden to sign policing order on Floyd anniversary: AP source -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden plans to sign an executive order on policing on Wednesday, the second anniversary of George Floyd's death, according to three people familiar with the matter.

2. Nashville's Newgarden chasing elusive Indianapolis 500 win -

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Josef Newgarden has been IndyCar's most consistent winner over the last eight seasons.

His 22 trips to victory lane are a series high. He has won two or more races six straight years and is chasing his third league championship in six seasons.

3. Top Southern Baptists plan to release secret list of abusers -

Top administrative leaders for the Southern Baptist Convention, the largest Protestant denomination in America, said Tuesday that they will release a secret list of hundreds of pastors and other church-affiliated personnel accused of sexual abuse.

4. US safety, savings rules set stage for baby formula shortage -

WASHINGTON (AP) — A massive recall is getting most of the blame for the U.S. baby formula shortage, but experts say the products have long been vulnerable to this type of crisis due to decades-old policies that have allowed a handful of companies to corner the market.

5. Economy bigger priority than punishing Russia: AP-NORC poll -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Americans are becoming less supportive of punishing Russia for launching its invasion of Ukraine if it comes at the expense of the U.S. economy, a sign of rising anxiety over inflation and other challenges, according to a new poll.

6. Stellantis, Samsung plan Indiana electric car battery plant -

KOKOMO, Ind. (AP) — A joint venture between Stellantis and Samsung plans to build an electric vehicle battery factory in Indiana that will employ up to 1,400 workers and become the company's second such factory in North America.

7. Southern Baptists face push for public list of sex abusers -

A blistering report on the Southern Baptist Convention's mishandling of sex abuse allegations is raising the prospect that the denomination, for the first time, will create a publicly accessible database of pastors and other church personnel known to be abusers.

8. Video game workers create first union at big U.S. game maker -

MILWAUKEE (AP) — Video game workers at a division of game publisher Activision Blizzard have voted to unionize, creating the first labor union at a large U.S. video game company.

A count of ballots on Monday revealed the results of the election affecting a small group of Wisconsin-based quality assurance testers at Activision Blizzard's Raven Software, which develops the popular Call of Duty game franchise. The tally was 19-3.

9. After 3 months of war, life in Russia has profoundly changed -

When Vladimir Putin announced the invasion of Ukraine, war seemed far away from Russian territory. Yet within days the conflict came home — not with cruise missiles and mortars but in the form of unprecedented and unexpectedly extensive volleys of sanctions by Western governments and economic punishment by corporations.

10. Ginni Thomas' emails deepen her involvement in 2020 election -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Virginia "Ginni" Thomas, wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and a conservative political activist, urged Republican lawmakers in Arizona after the 2020 presidential election to choose their own slate of electors, arguing that results giving Joe Biden a victory in the state were marred by fraud.

11. Senate ships $40B Ukraine aid bill to Biden for signature -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate has whisked a $40 billion package of military, economic and food aid for Ukraine and U.S. allies to final congressional approval, putting a bipartisan stamp on America's biggest commitment yet to turning Russia's invasion into a painful quagmire for Moscow.

12. Rebutting Turkey, Biden lauds NATO bids of Sweden, Finland -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Flanked by the leaders of Finland and Sweden, President Joe Biden forcefully supported their applications to join NATO on Thursday as Russia's war in the heart of Europe challenges the continent's security. The U.S. president rejected Turkey's opposition, insisting the two countries "meet every NATO requirement and then some."

13. Congress OKs latest $40B to help Ukraine repel Russians -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate overwhelmingly approved a $40 billion infusion of military and economic aid for Ukraine and its allies on Thursday as both parties rallied behind America's latest, and quite possibly not last, financial salvo against Russia's invasion.

14. More Americans apply for jobless benefits last week -

WASHINGTON (AP) — More Americans applied for jobless aid last week, but the total number of Americans collecting unemployment benefits is at a 53-year low.

Applications for unemployment benefits rose by 21,000 to 218,000 for the week ending May 14, the Labor Department reported Thursday. First-time applications generally track the number of layoffs.

15. Biden has an eye on China as he heads to South Korea, Japan -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden embarked Thursday on a six-day trip to South Korea and Japan aiming to build rapport with the two nations' leaders while also sending an unmistakable message to China: Russia's faltering invasion of Ukraine should give Beijing pause about its own saber-rattling in the Pacific.

16. House passes domestic terrorism bill after Buffalo shooting -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The House passed legislation late Wednesday night that would bolster federal resources to prevent domestic terrorism in response to the racist mass shooting in Buffalo, New York.

The 222-203, nearly party-line vote was an answer to the growing pressure Congress faces to address gun violence and white supremacist attacks — a crisis that escalated following two mass shootings over the weekend. Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill., a member of the congressional committee investigating the attack on the U.S. Capitol, was the lone Republican to vote in favor of the measure.

17. Spy agencies urged to fix open secret: A lack of diversity -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The peril National Security Agency staff wanted to discuss with their director didn't involve terrorists or enemy nations. It was something closer to home: the racism and cultural misunderstandings inside America's largest intelligence service.

18. TDEC awards grants for community recreation -

The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation has awarded $6.37 million to communities throughout the state from the Local Parks and Recreation Fund program and the Land and Water Conservation Fund.

19. Baker Donelson names Nebel for new position -

Baker Donelson has named Meagan Nebel to serve as the firm’s first director of lateral recruiting and integration, a newly created role responsible for managing the recruitment, acquisition, integration and retention of shareholders and of counsel.

20. US Soccer equalizes pay in milestone with women, men -

The U.S. Soccer Federation reached milestone agreements to pay its men's and women's teams equally, making the American national governing body the first in the sport to promise both sexes matching money.

21. US sues casino mogul Steve Wynn over relationship with China -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department sued longtime Las Vegas casino mogul Steve Wynn on Tuesday to compel him to register as a foreign agent because of lobbying work it says he performed at the behest of the Chinese government during the Trump administration.

22. Global pollution kills 9 million people a year, study finds -

A new study blames pollution of all types for 9 million deaths a year globally, with the death toll attributed to dirty air from cars, trucks and industry rising 55% since 2000.

That increase is offset by fewer pollution deaths from primitive indoor stoves and water contaminated with human and animal waste, so overall pollution deaths in 2019 are about the same as 2015.

23. Nearly 43,000 people died on US roads last year, agency says -

DETROIT (AP) — Nearly 43,000 people were killed on U.S. roads last year, the highest number in 16 years as Americans returned to the roads after the coronavirus pandemic forced many to stay at home.

24. Buffett's firm reveals new stakes in Paramount, Citigroup -

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Warren Buffett's company on Monday revealed all the investment moves it made in the first quarter, when it spent more than $51 billion on stocks.

But Buffett had already shared the biggest investments with Berkshire Hathaway shareholders at the company's recent annual meeting. That means investors already knew that he had invested heavily in Chevron, Occidental Petroleum and HP Inc. during the quarter, while picking up nearly 4 million more Apple shares and betting that Microsoft's acquisition of Activision Blizzard will go through.

25. With echoes of Trump, GOP splinters over $40B for Ukraine -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Signs of Republican resistance are mounting over a $40 billion aid package to Ukraine, a reemergence of the Trump-led isolationist wing of the GOP that's coming at a crucial moment as the war against the Russian invasion deepens.

26. Walmart profit hit as inflation afflicts low-wage earners -

NEW YORK (AP) — Walmart reported stronger sales for the first quarter, but its profit took a beating as the nation's largest retailer grappled with surging inflation on food and fuel and higher costs from a snarled global supply chain.

27. In Buffalo, Biden to confront the racism he's vowed to fight -

WASHINGTON (AP) — When Joe Biden talks about his decision to run against President Donald Trump in 2020, the story always starts with Charlottesville. He says it was the men with torches shouting bigoted slogans that drove him to join what he calls the "battle for the soul of America."

28. Obama, Airbnb's Chesky launch $100M in scholarships -

NEW YORK (AP) — The co-founder and CEO of Airbnb, Brian Chesky, has donated $100 million to the Obama Foundation to fund scholarships for students pursuing careers in public service and includes multiple stipends for travel.

29. White House says deal near to reopen formula plant -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Under fire from parents and politicians, President Joe Biden's administration on Monday is expected to announce an agreement to reopen the largest domestic manufacturing plant of infant formula and to ease import rules to allow supplies in from overseas, amid a nationwide shortage spurred by the Michigan plant's shutdown earlier this year over safety issues.

30. Biden urges unity to stem racial hate after Buffalo shooting -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden urged unity Sunday to address the "hate that remains a stain on the soul of America" after a deadly mass shooting at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, while state officials pleaded for federal action to end the "uniquely American phenomenon" of mass shootings.

31. 6 months in, Biden's infrastructure plan has 4,300 projects -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Six months after the signing of President Joe Biden's $1 trillion infrastructure package, the government said Monday there are 4,300 projects underway with more than $110 billion in funding announced — milestones the administration is publicly heralding as midterm politics intensify.

32. Naomi Judd celebrated at 'River of Time' memorial service -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Naomi Judd was celebrated with words and soaring music at a public memorial service Sunday that ended with her daughter Wynonna announcing that a tour planned for later this year would go on.

33. Biden administration to release $45B for nationwide internet -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration is taking the first steps to release $45 billion to ensure that every U.S. resident has access to high-speed internet by roughly 2028, inviting governors and other leaders on Friday to start the application process.

34. Rand Paul stalls quick Senate OK of $40B Ukraine package -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul defied leaders of both parties Thursday and single-handedly delayed until next week Senate approval of an additional $40 billion to help Ukraine and its allies withstand Russia's three-month old invasion.

35. Senate leaders push for quick OK for fresh $40B for Ukraine -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Leaders from both parties tried clearing the way for Senate passage Thursday of an additional $40 billion for Ukraine and its allies, a package of military and economic aid that underscores U.S. determination to reinforce its role in countering the Russian invasion.

36. Slightly more Americans seek jobless aid last week -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The number of Americans applying for jobless aid ticked up slightly last week but the total number of Americans collecting benefits remained at its lowest level in more than five decades.

37. Biden marks COVID 'tragic milestone' in US at global summit -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden appealed to world leaders at a COVID-19 summit Thursday to reenergize a lagging international commitment to attacking the virus as he led the U.S. in marking the "tragic milestone" of 1 million deaths in America. He ordered flags lowered to half-staff and warned against complacency around the globe.

38. High inflation leaves food banks struggling to meet needs -

Kendall Nunamaker and her family of five in Kennewick, Washington, faced impossible math this month: How to pay for gas, groceries and the mortgage with inflation driving up prices?

Like many other working families, the Nunamakers are grappling with the 8.3% inflation in the consumer price index in April announced Wednesday — slowing slightly from the March figure which was the largest year-over-year increase since 1981, according to the Labor Department. The national average gas price reached a record high Wednesday of $4.40 a gallon. And global food prices are climbing after shortages caused by Russia's war against Ukraine and other supply chain problems.

39. Novelis to build $2.5B aluminum plant near Alabama coast -

ATLANTA (AP) — An Atlanta-based company said Wednesday it plans to build a $2.5 billion aluminum plant near the Gulf Coast in southwest Alabama, where it will mainly produce metal for drink cans.

Novelis Inc. said the recycling and rolling plant in Bay Minette, Alabama, will use low-carbon processes, and more than half of its capacity will go towards aluminum sheets that are used to produce beverage cans in North America. It will also produce aluminum for vehicle production.

40. Biden sees bigger role for US farms due to Ukraine war -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden wants to put a spotlight on the spike in food prices from Russia's invasion of Ukraine when he travels to an Illinois farm to emphasize how U.S. agricultural exports can relieve the financial pressures being felt worldwide.

41. Toyota's quarterly profit down on COVID parts crunch -

TOKYO (AP) — Toyota's profit declined 31% in the January-March quarter from the year before, but the Japanese automaker still wrapped up a year of record earnings.

Toyota Motor Corp. reported Wednesday a profit of 533.8 billion yen ($4.1 billion) in the last quarter, down from 777.1 billion yen the previous fiscal year. Quarterly sales rose nearly 6% to 8.1 trillion yen ($62 billion).

42. US casinos had best month ever in March, winning $5.3B -

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Inflation may be soaring, supply chains remain snarled and the coronavirus just won't go away, but America's casinos are humming right along, recording the best month in their history in March.

43. House approves $40B in Ukraine aid, beefing up Biden request -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The House emphatically approved a fresh $40 billion Ukraine aid package Tuesday as lawmakers beefed up President Joe Biden's initial request, signaling a magnified, bipartisan commitment to thwart Russian President Vladimir Putin's bloody three-month-old invasion.

44. Martin to receive TBA’s Drowota Award -

Judge James G. Martin III will be honored next month with the Tennessee Bar Association’s Justice Frank F. Drowota III Award.

The Drowota Award is awarded to a judge or judicial branch official of a federal, state or local court in Tennessee who has demonstrated extraordinary devotion and dedication to the improvement of the law, the legal system and the administration of justice as exemplified by the career of former Supreme Court Justice Frank F. Drowota III – the award’s first recipient. The Drowota Award is the TBA’s highest award for service to the judiciary and has been given annually for more than a decade.

45. Top Davidson County residential sales for April 2022 -

Top residential real estate sales, April 2022, for Davidson County, as compiled by the Nashville Ledger.

AddressCityZipFiling DateBuyersSellersSale Price
120 Meadowwood Nashville 37205 4/5 Hofman Mara Trustee Moses John T Trustee $18,000,000
1220 Chickering Nashville 37215 4/29 Bellwether Trust Residential Tech LLC $8,600,000
422 38th Nashville 37209 4/8 Upward America Southeast Property Owner LP 422 38Th LLC $5,130,000
1907 Convent Nashville 37212 4/21 Wind River Tennessee LLC Champion Hillsboro LLC $4,750,000
1220 7th Nashville 37208 4/20 Morning Glory Trust Locke Colleen B; Locke Kevin D $4,200,000
4421 Forsythe Nashville 37205 4/18 Scowden Family Trust Aiken Jennifer Lynne Randolph $4,200,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/22 Top West LLC 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $4,050,000
4001 Copeland Nashville 37215 4/1 Moore R L Trustee Dawson Shannon Trustee $4,000,000
315 Walnut Nashville 37205 4/26 Schickling Whitney Hart; Schickling Christopher Brian Rupert Kathryn Kissel; Rupert Timothy John $3,800,000
758 Meade Nashville 37205 4/19 Fry Christine; Fry Julian Nashville Const Co Inc $3,718,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/22 Top West LLC 1600 West End Partners LLC $3,709,000
1709 Primrose Nashville 37212 4/29 AJS + GKS Real Estate Trust Domestic Builders LLC $3,600,000
1603 Windy Ridge Brentwood 37027 4/12 Mondschein Leonard E; Mondschein Mavis R Castle Contractors LLC $3,500,000
206 Lynnwood Nashville 37205 4/25 Whitehair Ashley; Whitehair Jimmy Barnes Revocable Living Trust $3,300,000
101 Bancroft Nashville 37215 4/29 Tannehill Jean S; Tannehill Rocky D Slim Dunkin Trust $3,100,000
6705 Greeley Nashville 37205 4/13 Caroline Kaufman Living Trust Build Nashville Db2 LLC $2,823,925
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/21 Top West LLC 1600 West End Partners LLC $2,728,000
6449 Fleetwood Nashville 37209 4/22 Denton Kevin K Knock Out Properties LLC $2,701,450
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/21 Top West LLC 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $2,633,000
134 Heady Nashville 37205 4/25 134 Heady Drive Trust 134 Heady LLC $2,620,678
19 Inveraray Nashville 37215 4/6 Hammond & Brandt Builders LLC Anchored Capital LLC $2,600,000
115 Cheekwood Nashville 37205 4/11 Hart Stephanie Anne; Matthews David Baxter Ferdowsi Reja $2,600,000
721 Newberry Nashville 37205 4/1 Fleischer Rachel Harris Properties LLC $2,600,000
1514 Tyne Nashville 37215 4/13 Fry Coleen Denise; Fry Daniel Lee Gonzalez Steven P; Nelson Dina T $2,575,000
4100 Copeland Nashville 37215 4/20 Iwanicki Patrick; Kamins Heather McDaniel Christopher; McDaniel Kelly $2,550,000
1423 Stratton Nashville 37206 4/20 Wardlaw Louise Tryphena Trustee Wilson Kortney M $2,520,000
3918A Caylor Nashville 37215 4/13 Mason Derrick V Square Nashville LLC $2,504,161
6513 Radcliff Nashville 37221 4/14 Werth Douglas W; Werth Sara C Radcliff Drive Nominee Trust Agreement $2,500,000
405 Brook Hollow Nashville 37205 4/4 Villalobos Laila 405 Brook Hollow Road LLC $2,404,351
423 Bonnawood Hermitage 37076 4/29 Evans Grace Beer; Evans Tyler Matthew Walor Sarah Helen; Williams Robert Tyler $2,400,000
913 Dorset Brentwood 37027 4/1 Brown Michael W Nelson John Trustee $2,400,000
4425 Sheppard Nashville 37205 4/8 Jacobs Jennifer Beth; Legg Tolbert Wolcott Peters Ann M; Peters Karl E $2,365,000
2013B Galbraith Nashville 37215 4/13 A&M Properties LLC Yeatman Jonathon; Yeatman Shannon $2,325,000
4628 Shys Hill Nashville 37215 4/12 Sweetman Barn Dark Barry $2,300,000
211B Page Nashville 37205 4/27 Hartley Bryan; Hartley Stephanie Kirkwood Kent A; Kirkwood Katherine D $2,300,000
433 Lynnwood Nashville 37205 4/29 Ragan Family Trust Dieck Ryan; Schickling Christopher B; Schickling Whitney $2,250,000
1522 Ferguson Nashville 37212 4/29 Brandes Johann C; Brandes Mina Sasser Kathryn Hays $2,230,000
3714 West End Nashville 37205 4/22 McKennon John Patrick Shuler Robert G; Miller J Brandon $2,200,000
101 Brook Hollow Nashville 37205 4/20 Richards Robert Perry Betty H; Perry Ronald E $2,200,000
1111 Batey Nashville 37204 4/7 William B Skudder Revocable Living Trust Range Const LLC $2,150,000
1004 Greenwich Nashville 37215 4/26 Greenwich Park LLC King Carol A $2,070,000
4308 Beekman Nashville 37215 4/29 Stone Oak Builders LLC Hart Christopher F; Hart Eileen C $2,001,000
1003 Gilmore Nashville 37204 4/7 Larry Frank And Marla Meyer Frank Living Trust 11:11 Trust $2,000,000
1917 Overhill Nashville 37215 4/29 Thomas Elizabeth M; Thomas Gordon B Jr Trujillo Jessalyn Joyce; Trujillo Mario Andres $2,000,000
1017 Halcyon Nashville 37204 4/7 Morgan A Harris Living Trust Hulsey Mary Elizabeth $1,975,000
2811 Tyne Nashville 37215 4/4 Larimore Mark A Palmer John G Jr $1,900,000
1506 55th Nashville 37209 4/29 Schneider Joint Revocable Trust Ligon Patricia $1,900,000
3123 Parthenon Nashville 37203 4/20 Garmendia Craig Alexander; Gonzalez Robert III King Neil B $1,845,000
2376 Fairchild Nolensville 37135 4/6 Purity LLC Bonds Charles Clifton III; Tilley Melissa Bonds $1,823,600
921 Bradford Nashville 37204 4/6 Broderick Michael; Commandatore Dana Harris Dennis V; Harris Joy H $1,800,000
522 Paragon Mills Nashville 37211 4/4 Paragon Mills LLC Samir Investments $1,800,000
6411 Lansing Nashville 37209 4/14 Fishburn Eric Conn; Lugo Marlen Clifford Jared Tucker; Clifford Melody $1,780,000
29 Roehrig Old Hickory 37138 4/1 McCarver Jerry S Drees Premier Homes Inc $1,737,255
4117 Lone Oak Nashville 37215 4/19 Potter Halie; Potter John M 4117 Lone Oak Rd Partners LLC $1,735,500
4117 Lone Oak Nashville 37215 4/13 Sodhi 4117 Lone Oak Rd Partners LLC $1,735,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/13 Dean & Cheryl Rieger Living Trust 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,708,000
4009B Woodmont Nashville 37205 4/14 Bode Timothy D Patsiokas Dari A $1,700,000
3916 Caylor Nashville 37215 4/21 Bagwell Chris; Brown Mark T Diehl Patricia Ann; Pangle Mary Ann; Pangle Mary Ann T $1,700,000
92 Victoria Nashville 37205 4/22 Marten Esteban Presser Crystal Ming Lee; Presser Naftali $1,700,000
832 Clayton Nashville 37204 4/6 Schlichter Christopher; Wu Jie Ying Fitzgerald Brent M; Osborn Stephen $1,657,000
1199 Otter Creek Nashville 37220 4/4 Manning Maegan Francy David Andrew $1,650,000
436 Lynnwood Nashville 37205 4/8 Wiedman Christopher Blake Collins Benjamin L; Collins Stephanie $1,650,000
2036 Castleman Dr Nashville 37215 4/25 Lowenstern Mariano Eduardo; Lowenstern Angela Marie Morrison Ian; Morrison Vivianne E $1,620,000
943 Caldwell Nashville 37204 4/5 Imsai LLC Bars Hooper Holdings LLC $1,600,000
3424 Stokesmont Nashville 37215 4/4 Parkinson Houston White Pines Building Group LLC $1,600,000
3600 Colewood Nashville 37215 4/7 Reed Amani L; Reed Julie Wright Nutter William J $1,590,000
2816 Blair Nashville 37212 4/29 Lanning Jonathan Adam Bengson Darrell K; Bengson Linda K $1,570,000
5605 Ottershaw Brentwood 37027 4/12 Manzanares Amy J Moody Donald R $1,565,000
198 Kenner Nashville 37205 4/20 Jaunich Kyle Telford; Jaunich 2012 Irrevocable Grandchildrens Trust MacDonald Meg $1,550,000
5101A Idaho Nashville 37209 4/25 Goings Dolly Creekmore; Goings Hubert Wesley III Belville Aaron; Belville Jessica $1,500,000
3701 Woodmont Nashville 37215 4/7 McCarter Kathryn L Taylor Allison Jutras; Taylor David $1,500,000
1904 Cromwell Nashville 37215 4/14 Yetton Nathan J Painter Ashley; Painter Jason $1,500,000
1601 Observatory Nashville 37215 4/29 Green Hills Investors Lipscomb University $1,500,000
263 Vaughns Gap Nashville 37205 4/13 Rrt Living Trust Feldman Richard W Md $1,500,000
515 Church Nashville 37219 4/14 Hawk Todd S; Hawk Tracy L Knorr Angel; Knorr Daniel J $1,495,000
407 Greenway Nashville 37205 4/12 Mudumbi Sandhya; Yarlagadda Vidhush Eljack Custom Homes LLC $1,480,000
1202 Parkview Nashville 37204 4/19 Dapoz Lauren N; Dapoz Stephen T Caplin Drew M; Caplin Britni H $1,475,000
4000 Harding Nashville 37215 4/12 Ke Holdings LLC Palubicki Margaret Lane Johnson $1,460,000
109 Chatsworth Nashville 37215 4/27 Theoharis Jaclyn Katerina; Trahanas John Mantzouranis Isaacs Kathryn B; Isaacs Scott E $1,455,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/26 Howell Jordan Chanandler Bong Trust $1,450,000
104 Kennett Old Hickory 37138 4/14 Cottle Gina R; Webster John A III Heritage Group Properties $1,445,000
800 Foster Nashville 37215 4/19 Fox Ashlee F Halter Cecilia A; Halter Michael; Overton Carolyn A $1,425,000
204 Kensington Nashville 37215 4/14 Leach Nancy Richards Denise; Richards Jerre $1,402,950
117 32nd Nashville 37212 4/28 Clark Philip M Corriveau Christopher M; Oftadeh Mohammad T $1,400,000
800 Cerrito Old Hickory 37138 4/21 Luciano Rachel; Zahm Matthew David Davis Renee; King Gary $1,400,000
6201 Robin Hill Nashville 37205 4/18 Tennessee2 GP Foote Lisa Bass $1,400,000
117 32nd Nashville 37212 4/19 Temple David; Temple Sabrina Corriveau Christopher M; Oftadeh Mohammad T $1,400,000
2001 Kingsbury Nashville 37215 4/4 Volpar Inc Equity Trust Co $1,400,000
1504 4th Nashville 37210 4/18 MTP Baker Wilma Shelton; Shelton Albert Harrison $1,400,000
1902 Kimbark Nashville 37215 4/27 Blandin Adam J; Granger Kristen L Fabbri Daniel; Watnick Caroline $1,400,000
6620 Brookmont Nashville 37205 4/4 Albert Andrew Jones James Jr $1,392,900
123 39th Nashville 37209 4/29 Cameron Beth; Cameron Jared Mikicki Barbara; Mikicki Miroslaw $1,390,000
1849 Laurel Ridge Nashville 37215 4/12 Werther John Robert Cook Shannon Knght Suc Trustee $1,380,100
1914 Castleman Nashville 37215 4/21 Wilson Kevin J; Wilson Tracy L Wayne Enterprises GP $1,375,000
1815 Sevier Nashville 37206 4/12 Taneja Randip Lux Ryan; MacMillan Cameron M; MacMillan Carly M $1,375,000
922 Bowring Nashville 37215 4/13 Blackburn Anne Ierardi; Blackburn Brent Daniel Bale Family Trust; Patricia Bale Revocable Trust $1,355,000
4020 Skyline Nashville 37215 4/8 Vintage South LLC Cubillo Caroline Hart; Jimenez Ronald Jesus Cubillo $1,350,000
1312 Otter Creek Nashville 37215 4/22 Dyar Robert H Jr; Kreysa Kaela Brooks Michael A $1,350,000
1912 Warfield Nashville 37215 4/1 Kanal Maneesh Fleischer Matthew $1,330,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/5 Will Adam G 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,329,000
300 54th Nashville 37209 4/7 Buyer Accepted LLC Baker Janice Ashley; Pave Jeffrey William $1,310,000
3803 Park Nashville 37209 4/4 Brown Samuel Colton Brg LLC $1,309,999
3801 Park Nashville 37209 4/12 Skelton Melanie; Skelton Taylor Brg LLC $1,308,000
3600 Pilcher Nashville 37209 4/8 Conrad Frederick Larue III; Spore Caroline Dare Phillips James David; Phillips Julie Review $1,300,000
4236 Jamesborough Nashville 37215 4/27 Fedell Caroline; Fedell Russell A Blackburn Annie Ierardi; Blackburn Brent Daniel $1,300,000
1493 Clairmont Nashville 37215 4/12 Bowers Richard H Clark Elissa T Suc Trustee $1,300,000
515 Church Nashville 37219 4/18 Donald G Barder Jr Revocable Trust Fulling Mill Nashville Trust $1,300,000
6320 Torrington Nashville 37205 4/11 Harris Jordan; Wieck Hayden Rutledge Tammi; Rutledge Ted Lane $1,300,000
600 12th Nashville 37203 4/27 Friedman Donald A Oothout Kevin B $1,300,000
4225 Central Hermitage 37076 4/29 Beazer Homes LLC Mhk Ventures LLC $1,287,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/29 Epstein Megan; Epstein Stephen 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,284,000
1208 Sigler Nashville 37203 4/13 Knox Jeanette E; Knox Walter E Jr Calipari Erin; Siciliano Cody $1,270,000
943 Caldwell Nashville 37204 4/5 Bars Hooper Holdings LLC Phillips Charles L $1,260,000
1927 Kimbark Nashville 37215 4/7 Johnson Nancy B; Johnson William Harry Novick Daniel M; Novick Inna $1,255,100
4224 Granny White Nashville 37204 4/12 Riverwood LLC Davis Deborah Frances Deckner; Deckner Leah Frances Herrman; Rothschild Jeffrey Jackel $1,250,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/6 Howell Scott Alan 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,250,000
5911 Post Nashville 37205 4/22 Bohart Hayley Kirk; Hodgkins Harrison Kokka; Hodgkins John Scott Chatfield Hanna G; Chatfield Robert F $1,250,000
1212 Laurel Nashville 37203 4/7 Kohl John T Stewart Emily $1,250,000
5846 Merrimac Nashville 37215 4/1 Chilson Casey M Wardlaw Charles Cunningham Trustee $1,225,000
407 Scott Nashville 37206 4/12 Shvartsman Mark Benjamin Still Russell B Jr; West Jenny $1,225,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/22 Joyce Aaron Joseph; Joyce Mary Katherine 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,224,000
2309 Hobbs Nashville 37215 4/28 Bagwell Const Co; Brown Mark Brackin Susan Diane B; Brinton David Lawrence; Trusty Janet Frances B $1,207,000
2855 Wellesley Nashville 37215 4/5 Hodges Elizabeth Simpson Lauren Sanders $1,205,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/21 Shepard Bradley; Shepard Kimberly 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,202,000
115 Tyne Nashville 37205 4/25 Thallemer Leslie; Thallemer Mike Sloan Elizabeth Nelson; Sloan John Elliott III $1,201,010
1213 Shelby Nashville 37206 4/1 Dabir Cameron Sweeney Ann Boley $1,200,000
416 Rosebank Nashville 37206 4/18 Calvert Clark; Sansone Jennifer Achiever Dev LLC $1,200,000
2805B Meadow Rose Nashville 37206 4/25 Stone Kimberly; Wieland Adrian New Day Homes LLC $1,200,000
1503 Electric Nashville 37206 4/19 Cohen Easter Kelly A $1,200,000
555 Church Nashville 37219 4/7 Janko Abigail M Trustee Burkett Thomas R $1,200,000
1624 Gartland Nashville 37206 4/14 Oblock Maggie; Oblock Robert Bridges James Lee; Bridges Revocable Living Trust $1,200,000
2200 18th Nashville 37212 4/19 Thornton Eric; Wohlers Chad Proffitt Billy; Proffitt Todd $1,200,000
806 13th Nashville 37203 4/19 Sorin Elaine C; Sorin Brian D Dyer Randall F $1,199,000
7715 Sawyer Brown Nashville 37221 4/18 Coles Barry Wray; Coles Maribeth Poma David A; Poma Janice L $1,175,000
900 20th Nashville 37212 4/28 Ferguson Charles W Jones Laurie E; Jones Sydney L Jr $1,175,000
929 Douglas Nashville 37204 4/7 H5 Nashville LLC Stephen G Tomaso & Moira G Tomaso TN Comm Prop Trust $1,155,016
600 12th Nashville 37203 4/1 Bishop James Bradford 600 12Th Ave S 1515 LLC $1,150,000
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46. Biden pushes 'ultra-MAGA' label on GOP as he defends record -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden on Tuesday warned voters unhappy with soaring inflation and his stalled domestic agenda against turning power over to "ultra-MAGA" Republicans in the midterm elections as he increasingly tries to cast former President Donald Trump and his adherents as a political foil.

47. Nintendo's profit dips slightly as Switch console sales slow -

TOKYO (AP) — Nintendo's profit for the fiscal year ended in March was little changed from the previous year, edging down 0.6% to 477.7 billion yen ($3.7 billion), the Japanese video game maker behind the Super Mario and Pokemon franchises said Tuesday.

48. Judge to decide how much pharmacies owe over opioid crisis -

CLEVELAND (AP) — A hearing has begun in federal court in Cleveland for a judge to determine how much CVS, Walgreens and Walmart pharmacies should pay two Ohio counties to help them ease the ongoing costs and problems caused by the opioid crisis.

49. Biden signs Ukraine bill, seeks $40B aid, in Putin rejoinder -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Washington sought to portray a united front against Russia's invasion of Ukraine as President Joe Biden signed a bipartisan measure to reboot the World War II-era "lend-lease" program, which helped defeat Nazi Germany, to bolster Kyiv and Eastern European allies.

50. EXPLAINER: Recession fears grow. But how high is the risk? -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Inflation is at a 40-year high. Stock prices are sinking. The Federal Reserve is making borrowing much costlier. And the economy actually shrank in the first three months of this year.

51. Abortion adds to Biden's all-but-impossible to-do list -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden's list of impossible tasks keeps getting longer.

Despite lofty promises he's made, from the campaign trail through his first year in office, he has limited power to safeguard voting rights or expand the fight against climate change on his own.

52. Nearly 1 million COVID-19 deaths: A look at the US numbers -

Doug Lambrecht was among the first of the nearly 1 million Americans to die from COVID-19. His demographic profile — an older white male with chronic health problems — mirrors the faces of many who would be lost over the next two years.

53. US added 428,000 jobs in April despite surging inflation -

WASHINGTON (AP) — America's employers added 428,000 jobs in April, extending a streak of solid hiring that has defied punishing inflation, chronic supply shortages, the Russian war against Ukraine and much higher borrowing costs.

54. Bank regulators overhaul low-income, racial-lending rules -

NEW YORK (AP) — The three major U.S. banking regulators said Thursday they a plan to rewrite much of the outdated regulations tied to a decades-old banking law designed to encourage lending to the poor and racial minorities in the areas where banks have branches.

55. Senate to vote next week on protecting abortion rights -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate will vote next week on legislation that would codify abortion rights into federal law as Democrats mount their response to the Supreme Court's leaked draft decision that would overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling.

56. Biden announces crackdown on polluters in poor, minority areas -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Following through on a campaign promise, the Biden administration on Thursday announced a wide-ranging enforcement strategy aimed at holding industrial polluters accountable for damage done to poor and minority communities.

57. COVID coverage for all dries up even as hospital costs rise -

WASHINGTON (AP) — For the first time, the U.S. came close to providing health care for all during the coronavirus pandemic — but for just one condition, COVID-19.

Now, things are reverting to the way they were as federal money for COVID care of the uninsured dries up, creating a potential barrier to timely access.

58. HBCU medical schools to tackle organ transplant disparities -

A new initiative aimed at increasing the number of Black Americans registered as organ donors and combating disparities among transplant recipients was announced Thursday by a coalition that includes the four medical schools at the nation's historically Black colleges and universities.

59. As diversity rises, US boards still disproportionately white -

NEW YORK (AP) — Amid the push to get U.S. boardrooms to look more like companies' customers and employees, advocates are finally seeing just how steep the task will be.

Boards of directors at publicly traded U.S. companies are much more white and much less diverse than the overall population, often starkly so. Just 2.7% of directors at the start of the year were Hispanic, for example. That would need to soar to 18.5% to mirror the U.S. population.

60. Advocates worry other rights at risk if court overturns Roe -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Little doubt remains about what the Supreme Court plans to do with Roe v. Wade. But uncertainty abounds about ripple effects as the court nears a final opinion expected to overturn the landmark 1973 case that created a nationwide right to abortion.

61. Rising interest rates in US will hinder foreign economies -

WASHINGTON (AP) — When the Federal Reserve raises interest rates — as it did Wednesday — the impact doesn't stop with U.S. homebuyers paying more for mortgages or Main Street business owners facing costlier bank loans.

62. DHS disinformation board's work, plans remain a mystery -

WASHINGTON (AP) — There is little credible information about the new Disinformation Governance Board.

And that has made it an instant target for criticism.

The board, part of the Department of Homeland Security, was announced last week. But DHS has released few details on how the board will function and what powers it will have.

63. Biden's ATF pick endorsed by ex-Justice Department officials -

WASHINGTON (AP) — More than 140 former Justice Department officials, including two past attorneys general, are throwing their support behind President Joe Biden's nominee to run the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

64. Carmaker Stellantis says 1Q revenues rose, low Russia risk -

MILAN (AP) — Carmaker Stellantis on Thursday reported higher first-quarter revenues despite lower deliveries, with no significant impact from the closure of its Russian plant due to sanctions.

Stellantis, the world's fourth-largest car company formed last year from the merger of PSA Peugeot and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, said first-quarter revenue rose 12% to 41.5 billion euros ($44 billion), despite a 12% decline in shipments.

65. Primary takeaways: Trump passes test as kingmaker in Ohio -

The primary elections in Ohio and Indiana on Tuesday stood as the first real test of former President Donald Trump's status as the Republican Party kingmaker — and he passed.

Takeaways from the races:

66. Starbucks reports record Q2 sales as costs climb -

Starbucks' sales climbed to record levels in its fiscal second quarter, but its profits took a hit from climbing labor and ingredient costs.

The Seattle coffee company __ which welcomed back former CEO Howard Schultz last month as its interim leader __ said revenue rose 15% to a record $7.6 billion in its 13-week quarter, which ended April 3. That was in line with Wall Street's estimates, according to analysts polled by FactSet.

67. Heritage Foundation to open history center -

The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County plans to establish The History & Culture Center of Williamson County in the former McConnell House building in Downtown Franklin.

The historic building will be transformed into Williamson County’s first state-of-the-art, interactive exhibition space dedicated to telling its comprehensive countywide history.

68. Weatherly & Dixon merges with Lewis Thomason -

The law firm of Weatherly & Dixon PLLC and its partners, James L. Weatherly and Jacqueline B. Dixon, have merged their practices with Lewis Thomason, P.C., says Lisa Ramsay Cole, president and managing shareholder for the statewide firm.

69. No turning back as automakers go electric -

Here’s a good analogy about the nation’s ever-changing automotive conversion from cars with internal combustion engines to a fleet of battery-powered electric vehicles.

“A lot of people sound worried, but I like to compare it to leaving the horse and going to the internal combustion engine. So, now the motor is the horse, and we’re leaving it behind,” says Ferman Clark of Brentwood, a now-retired GM employee who worked at the Saturn plant in Spring Hill from 1990 through the mid-2000s.

70. Automakers drive south, powered by electricity -

It began with Nissan’s decision to bring a manufacturing plant to Tennessee in 1983.

Four decades later, Tennessee serves as the home of three major auto manufacturers – Nissan, GM and Volkswagen – with Ford on the way, and is the North American headquarters for Japan-based automotive giants Nissan, Mitsubishi and Bridgestone, all located in the Nashville area.

71. Schumer vows abortion law vote, but not filibuster changes -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer angrily denounced as an "abomination" the Supreme Court's leaked draft decision that would overturn the nation's landmark Roe v. Wade ruling and vowed that if it stands the Senate will vote on legislation to uphold women's access to abortions.

72. Possible overturning of Roe sends abortion fight to states -

If the U.S. Supreme Court follows through on overturning the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade case that legalized abortion nationwide, it would immediately split the country into states with abortion access and those that outlaw it.

73. Push to arm Ukraine putting strain on US weapons stockpile -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The planes take off almost daily from Dover Air Force Base in Delaware — hulking C-17s loaded up with Javelins, Stingers, howitzers and other material being hustled to Eastern Europe to resupply Ukraine's military in its fight against Russia.

74. Stellantis pours billions more into Canada, electric -

NEW YORK (AP) — Automaker Stellantis said Monday it will invest $3.6 billion Canadian dollars ($2.8 billion) to upgrade two Canadian assembly plants and expand a research center as it accelerates its long-term electrification strategy.

75. Energy chief Granholm touts $3B plan to boost EV batteries -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Continuing its push to dramatically boost sales of electric vehicles, the Biden administration on Monday announced $3.1 billion in funding to U.S. companies that make and recycle lithium-ion batteries.

76. Pelosi thanks Poland for Ukraine support, meets president -

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — A top-level U.S. congressional delegation led by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was in Warsaw on Monday to express gratitude to Poland for their humanitarian and other support for Ukraine.

77. A key inflation gauge jumped 6.6% in March, most since 1982 -

WASHINGTON (AP) — An inflation gauge closely tracked by the Federal Reserve jumped 6.6% in March compared with a year ago, the highest 12-month reading in four decades, further evidence that surging prices are pressuring household budgets and the health of the economy.

78. Amazon reports rare quarterly loss as online shopping slows -

NEW YORK (AP) — Amazon reported its first quarterly loss since 2015 on Thursday, its money-making juggernaut stalled by a slowdown in pandemic-induced online shopping and a huge write-down of its investment in an electric-vehicle startup.

79. House passes military lend-lease bill to speed Ukraine aid -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. House gave final passage Thursday to legislation that would streamline a World War II-era military lend-lease program to more quickly provide Ukraine and other Eastern European countries with American equipment to fight the Russian invasion.

80. Democrats pitch boosting FTC to curb gas price gouging -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Citing growing worries about high gasoline prices, Democratic leaders announced an effort Thursday to give the Federal Trade Commission increased authority to crack down on companies that engage in price gouging.

81. Ford loses $3.1 billion, hit by investment and chip shortage -

DALLAS (AP) — Ford Motor Co. reported Wednesday that it lost $3.1 billion in the first quarter, weighed down by its investment in an electric-vehicle startup, and its revenue slid as a shortage of chips limited the supply of pickups and SUVs in North America.

82. Baker Donelson adds 3 Nashville associates -

Baker Donelson has added 16 new associates across the firm, including Katelyn R. Dwyer (labor & employment), Kareim S. Oliphant (corporate) and Kathryn White (corporate) in Nashville

Dwyer represents clients in a wide variety of employment litigation matters, including cases involving discrimination, retaliation, covenants not to compete, and wage and hour issues.

83. Events -

National Small Business Week. National Small Business Week 2022 celebrates the resiliency and tenacity of America’s entrepreneurs who are doing their part to power our nation’s historic economic comeback. Join the U.S. Small Business Administration during this virtual event as they share tools and information that entrepreneurs need to further power our economic growth, strengthen supply chains and deliver the products and services Americans depend on every day. These events are free to attend, but registration is required. Information

84. Russia releases US Marine vet as part of prisoner exchange -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Russia and the United States have carried out an unexpected prisoner exchange in a time of high tensions, trading a Marine veteran jailed by Moscow for a convicted Russian drug trafficker serving a long prison sentence in America.

85. Madeleine Albright honored by Biden, other world leaders -

WASHINGTON (AP) — A veritable who's who of Washington's political and foreign policy elite gathered Wednesday to pay their last respects to the late Madeleine Albright, a child of conflict-ravaged Europe who arrived in the U.S. as an 11-year old girl and became America's first female secretary of state.

86. House 1/6 panel wants to hear from McCarthy after new audio -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection at the Capitol is redoubling its efforts to have GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy appear for an interview amid new revelations concerning his private conversations about the deadly attack, the chairman said Tuesday.

87. GM's $2.94B 1Q profit tops Street views, but revenue misses -

LOS ANGELES (AP) — General Motors' net income declined in the first quarter, as the automaker sold fewer cars and trucks worldwide, although higher prices helped boost revenue, especially in North America.

88. Russia releases US Marine vet as part of prisoner exchange -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Russia and the United States carried out a dramatic prisoner exchange on Wednesday, trading a Marine veteran jailed in Moscow for a convicted Russian drug trafficker serving a long prison sentence in America, a senior U.S. official and the Russian foreign ministry said.

89. High court could free Biden to end Trump asylum policy -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court on Tuesday questioned lower-court orders that have blocked the Biden administration from ending a controversial Trump-era immigration program for asylum-seekers.

90. 31 NFL teams looking at Vrabel. No, not the Titans coach -

LAS VEGAS (AP) — One player has been off-limits for Tennessee Titans coach Mike Vrabel when preparing for the draft with general manager Jon Robinson: Tyler Vrabel.

The Titans coach's oldest son is a 6-foot-5, 310-pound offensive lineman who was a three-year starter at Boston College, spending two seasons at left tackle and one on the right side. Asked if the Titans are considering the younger Vrabel as a prospect, the elder Vrabel said no. He and Robinson haven't even talked about it.

91. Bitcoin in 401(k) becomes reality for more, despite warnings -

NEW YORK (AP) — More workers may soon be able to stake some of their 401(k) retirement savings to bitcoin, as cryptocurrencies crack even deeper into the mainstream.

Retirement giant Fidelity said Tuesday that it's launched a way for workers to put some of their 401(k) savings and contributions directly in bitcoin, potentially up to 20%, all from the account's main menu of investment options. Fidelity said it's the first in the industry to allow such investments without having to go through a separate brokerage window, and it's already signed up one employer that will add the offering to its plan later this year.

92. White House: Without funding US will lose COVID treatments -

WASHINGTON (AP) — For much of the past two years, America has been first in line for COVID-19 vaccines and treatments. Now, as drugmakers develop the next generation of therapies, the White House is warning that if Congress doesn't act urgently the U.S. will have to take a number.

93. Biden pardons former Secret Service agent and 2 others -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden has granted the first three pardons of his term, providing clemency to a Kennedy-era Secret Service agent convicted of federal bribery charges that he tried to sell a copy of an agency file and to two people who were convicted on drug-related charges but went on to become pillars in their communities.

94. Justices hear fight over asylum-seekers waiting in Mexico -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration is seeking the Supreme Court's go-ahead to end a controversial Trump-era immigration program that forces some people seeking asylum in the U.S. to wait in Mexico for their hearings.

95. Russia's war heats up cooking oil prices in global squeeze -

ISTANBUL (AP) — For months, Istanbul restaurant Tarihi Balikca tried to absorb the surging cost of the sunflower oil its cooks use to fry fish, squid and mussels.

But in early April, with oil prices nearly four times higher than they were in 2019, the restaurant finally raised its prices. Now, even some longtime customers look at the menu and walk away.

96. Putin gets what he didn't want: Ukraine army closer to West -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The longer Ukraine's army fends off the invading Russians, the more it absorbs the advantages of Western weaponry and training — exactly the transformation President Vladimir Putin wanted to prevent by invading in the first place.

97. Buffett to auction off one last private lunch for charity -

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — The world's most expensive lunch will go on sale again this spring when investor Warren Buffett auctions off a private meal to raise money for a California homeless charity one last time.

98. EXPLAINER: Why are Disney and DeSantis feuding in Florida? -

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — The Florida Legislature has passed a bill to dissolve a private government controlled by Disney that provides municipal-like services for its 27,000 acres (nearly 11,000 hectares) in the Sunshine State.

99. Biden's election year challenge: Blame GOP for nation's woes -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden has an election-year message for frustrated voters: At least he's trying.

For those who think he isn't doing enough to help Ukraine fend off the Russian invasion, Biden announced $800 million in new military support on Thursday. To ease the pain of high gas prices, he's tapped the Strategic Petroleum Reserve and reopened onshore sales of oil and natural gas leases on public land. And to address historic inflation, Biden has tried to smooth out supply chain-crimping bottlenecks at the nation's ports.

100. McCarthy, Trump have 'positive' call despite Jan. 6 audio -

WASHINGTON (AP) — House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy had a "positive" call with Donald Trump and appeared to be suffering little political blowback Friday from the release of audio in which he suggested the president should resign shortly after the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol insurrection.