The poll found that 52 percent of respondents approve of his job performance, compared to 43 who disapprove.
One theory? It could be Euro2020 and the way the sports fans have influenced the spread of infection.
"If you haven't figured out that the election in Maricopa County was free, fair, and accurate yet, I'm not sure you ever will," Republican Jack Sellers said.
Russian Deputy Defense Minister Alexander Fomin "noted that Russian-Chinese military cooperation is characterized by high dynamics of development, consistent expansion of areas of interaction and a great intensity of contacts."
"I don't want to give up," Brian Karnes said with the help of a valve while in the ICU.
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President Joe Biden's administration is attempting to delay the mass eviction of millions of people that looms after the lapse of a federal moratorium on housing evictions for people who haven't been able to pay rent during the coronavirus pandemic.
The order goes into effect at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday and comes less than a week after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reversed its indoor mask policy.
The controversial Facebook post has been criticized by several top Republican figures in Oklahoma since it was uploaded on Friday.
Nancy Pelosi is again calling on the Biden White House to extend a ban on evictions for people who have been unable to pay rent during the coronavirus pandemic.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said the city's focus is on getting people vaccinated, although he said a mask mandate could be put in place in the future.
"No landlord should evict without seeking that rental assistance, and states and localities need to get that money out urgently," said Brian Deese, the director of the White House National Economic Council.
People queued for hours to get tested as Florida recorded a record breaking 21,683 new cases on July 31.
Democratic registration is nearly twice that of Republicans in the state, but party leaders are worried about Republicans' eagerness to push out Governor Gavin Newsom.
The U.S. State Department will open the opportunity to resettle in the U.S. permanently as refugees to "many thousands" of Afghans and their immediate families.
At least one protester was seen holding a Nazi Swastika during the demonstration in Charlotte on Sunday.
A state of emergency was declared at Ben Gurion Airport in preparation for the landing of flight AA052 from Miami.
"Seven months of waiting for the Biden administration to end Title 42 is more than enough," said ACLU attorney Lee Gelernt.
"Almost all of them will leave without replacements because Washington has abruptly tightened visa issuing procedures," Ambassador Anatoly Antonov said.
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