Harris and Emhoff reported about $1.65 million in combined income in 2021, compared to just under $611,000 reported by Joe and Jill Biden.
Dud was named a foreign agent along with seven other figures in politics and media.
Twitter announced the plan to adopt a policy commonly referred to as a "poison pill" policy that protects companies from hostile takeover attempts.
The Ukrainian president said he believes the Russian president would use nuclear or chemical weapons because he does not value the lives of Ukraine's people.
Russia's Defense Ministry claimed to have severely damaged a missile production and repair facility on the outskirts of Kyiv in a Friday morning attack.
Ukraine claimed to have hit the ship with a missile strike while Russian authorities maintained the damage was due to a fire that detonated ammunition onboard.
Myles Cosgrove has filed a lawsuit challenging his January 2021 firing and the December decision from a police review board that upheld the firing.
The Commission on Presidential Debates has sponsored every presidential and vice presidential debate since its inception in 1987.
The remarks were made during debate over a bill in Tennessee that would make unauthorized camping on public property a misdemeanor.
At least eight women, including a state senator, have accused Charles Herbster of touching them without their consent.
The bill was originally written to give opposite-sex couples a pathway to marriage that same-sex couples would be excluded from.
The account, on which James recently said he wanted to watch people die, was removed for "violating YouTube's Community Guidelines," according to the platform.
Several Republican-led states and GOP lawmakers filed lawsuits last month against the CDC and the Biden administration to have the mask mandate lifted.
Odette Joassaint has been charged with two counts of first-degree murder after she allegedly killed her children and called 911 soon after.
A report released Tuesday from the Labor Department showed that inflation increased at the highest rate in decades over the last 12 months.
The only exception provided by the bill is for abortions that are performed because pregnancy puts the mother's life at risk.
Much of a new statement from Trump attacked Bill McSwain, a Trump-appointed U.S. attorney now running for governor of Pennsylvania.
Kahele, who has voted by proxy more than all but three other House members, is still working a reduced schedule as an airline pilot, his job prior to election.
Several undetonated devices were reportedly found at the station in Brooklyn.
Zuckerberg has become a target of Republicans over his $350 million donated to local elections offices prior to the 2020 election.
An individual in a Santa Monica neighborhood has allegedly attacked or threatened multiple mail carriers.
An estimated 30 percent of popular formula brands may be sold out across the country, according to an analysis of over 11,000 stores.
Stiles was found nearly 11 hours after she disappeared Monday morning, telling a friend on the phone she thought she was being followed.
The country attempted to pay off at least two debts in rubles instead of dollars, which led S&P to place them in selective default.
Russia has revoked the registration of over a dozen human rights groups over "violations" of Russian law.
Three parents were denied entry to the school without proof of vaccination as they were trying to bring food to celebrate a child's birthday.
The bill has since been amended with an age requirement of 18 years old for marriage.
A Las Vegas man was arrested for allegedly stabbing the 3-year-old nearly a dozen times as he told others he was trying to "get the demons out of her."
Six additional locations in New York voted in favor of unionizing Thursday and Friday, bringing the total to 16 across the U.S.
The pair of Republicans, along with Kentucky Rep. Tom Massie, were the only House members to vote against the trade-relations suspension approved Thursday.