‘I don’t know why it was just me’: Lonely survivor of White House lightning thanks to those who saved her

About two weeks ago, four people were killed by lightning during a dangerous thunderstorm near the White House. Three of the victims- A Wisconsin couple in their 70s and a 29-year-old Los Angeles man — killed, but a 28-year-old Newbury Park woman who now lives in the Washington, DC, area, miraculously survived. “I don’t know … Read more

LA bank dies as third struck by lightning near White House

A young executive at a California bank has been identified third person killed In a freak incident of lightning struck a camera near the White House last week. Brooks Lambertson, 29, a Los Angeles-based vice president at City National Bank, was identified by DC police as the third fatality. Thursday Night Strike Due to which … Read more

3 killed, 1 injured in lightning near White House

A Wisconsin husband and wife celebrating more than five decades of marriage struck by lightning outside the White House, The third victim was pronounced dead on Friday evening, and another has been hospitalized with life-threatening injuries. James Mueller, 76, and Donna Mueller, The Metropolitan Police Department said Friday that the 75-year-old of Janesville, Wisconsin, died … Read more

Two people have died after being struck by lightning near the White House

An elderly Wisconsin couple who were among four struck by lightning near the White House has died, police said on Friday. DC Police told The Post that tourists Donna Mueller, 75, and James Mueller, 76, were hospitalized in critical condition after being struck by lightning in Lafayette Square late Thursday. He was later “declared dead … Read more

Student Loan Pause Will Be Lifted ‘Sometime,’ Jen Psaki Says

White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Sunday she expects student loan payments will resume “sometime” after the repeatedly extended moratorium expires at the end of August. “We are going to continue to assess every month, every few months, on where things stand, both looking, of course, at COVID, but also economic data and where … Read more