Maurice Hill is facing multiple charges of attempted murder after allegedly shooting six Philadelphia police officers during an hours-long standoff. The 36-year-old is suspected of firing more than 100 rounds with an AR-15-style rifle and a handgun during the shooting. Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner said today Hill will face several felony charges of attempted murder and aggravated assault as well as misdemeanor charges of marijuana possession.    President Trump is speaking out against Democrats' stance on the border crisis. Trump says Democrats want "open borders and crime," citing how dangerous that would be for the country. Trump added that his administration is "building a big, beautiful, NEW wall!" Trump claimed he will protect America, but Democrats "don't know where to start."    Members of the far-right Proud Boys group say they will protest in Oregon every month. Over the weekend, an estimated 12-hundred members of Proud Boys and their rivals the Rose City Antifa demonstrated in Portland at an "End Domestic Terrorism" rally. Proud Boys protest organizer Joe Biggs said he was happy to have gotten the president's attention.    The woman charged in connection with the disappearance of missing Connecticut mother Jennifer Dulos continues to remain out on bail as she awaits trial. Michelle Troconis had a brief court appearance today in Stamford regarding a pre-trial hearing on evidence tampering and hindering prosecution charges. Prosecutors say she and her boyfriend Fotis Dulos tossed trash bags that had bloody items from Jennifer, the estranged wife of Fotis.    California Governor Gavin Newsom will sign a police use of force bill today that will update the state's standards for the use of deadly force. The soon-to-be law requires that officers only use deadly force when it is "necessary" as opposed to "reasonable." Supporters say the law will make it easier to prosecute police officers who kill civilians, but critics say the qualifier of "necessary" is too subjective.    The first Porsche ever designed failed to sell at auction over the weekend. The Type-64 was expected to go for millions at a Sotheby's auction Saturday in California. The opening bid was 13-million, but it appeared the auctioneer said 30-million and that continued right on up to 70-million before the mistake was realized. The crowd booed as the bid was corrected to 17 million and that ended up being the final offer - not enough to meet the minimum asking price.