The Holocaust survivor-themed graphic novel was banned over concerns about "naked pictures" and language like "God Damn."
"The evidence in the record overall indicates [Rhodes'] release could endanger the safety and wellbeing of others," wrote Judge Kimberly C. Priest Johnson.
The GOP-backed map includes controversial district changes for parts of Kansas City and the liberal college town of Lawrence.
"Senator Kelly does not support the censure," a campaign spokesperson for Kelly, who is up for re-election in November, reportedly said.
The woman allegedly sent the unmarried and childless CEO pictures of a loaded gun and demands for a sexual relationship alongside a warning that her patience was "almost done."
"This is a political ploy on the part of the governor," O'Rourke said, adding that the Texas National Guard members were "paying the price."
Neil Young demanded that Spotify remove his music over COVID-19 vaccine misinformation, while Eric Clapton claimed "mass hypnosis" explained acceptance of the vaccines.
A panel of three federal judges wrote that the new Republican-drawn maps gave Black voters "less opportunity than other Alabamians to elect candidates of their choice to Congress."
"We are overjoyed to confirm that we have welcomed a baby via surrogate," Jonas and Chopra wrote in a message posted to Instagram on Friday.
"I celebrate and honor Thich Nhat Hanh's life and global influence for peace," tweeted Bernice King, a daughter of the Buddhist monk's friend Martin Luther King Jr.
"We're going to meet this challenge of voter suppression by coming together and personally contacting over 2 million Texas voters," O'Rourke said.
After Meta's Mark Zuckerberg touted its new artificial intelligence algorithm, a Facebook user expressed fears about the "nightmarish dystopia it will create."
"We need you guys to step up to the plate, Lindsey Graham, and tell us who you are," Bannon said while calling for the unmasking of five "traitor" GOP senators.
Gallego has accused Sinema, who voted against changing Senate filibuster rules to pass voting rights legislation on Wednesday, of "ignoring the will of her voters."
EMILY's List called Sinema's vote "a blow" to those who "supported her victory and her constituents who tried to communicate the importance of this bill
NBC had previously always included at least some on-site announces in Olympics coverage, although the networks sent a limited number of announcers to Tokyo last year.
"Biden picks a reporter off a list, in all cases softball questions," Trump claimed before Biden took questions from several conservative news outlets.
"Support for Donald Trump is tanking within the Republican party," former Trump adviser John Bolton said after his Super PAC released a new poll.
Oz's anti-Fauci campaign ad was released only days after the NIAID director accused Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) of using his name for "political gain."
"Thank you for your patience, Rob, and welcome to freedom!" former Trump adviser and Gettr founder Jason Miller said. "You're an absolute legend!"
"This is basic medicine," Beck, who is unvaccinated, said of taking unproven COVID-19 treatments. "And yet, you're treated like you're a moron if you do that."
The progressive congresswoman urged her supporters to run in local elections across the country.
"Defendants knew or should have reasonably believed that the ammunition they supplied to the Rust production would be used," the lawsuit alleges.
"I would sometimes spread misinformation," the GOP senator told medical school students in 2013. "This is a great tactic ... misinformation works."
"I am asking all Oregonians to continue to do your part. Get vaccinated, get boosted, wear your masks, and stay home when you are sick," Governor Brown said.
A Rand Paul email reportedly stated that "Fauci is hysterical" while asking for donations just after the doctor accused the senator of profiting off his name.
Abrams urged lawmakers to ""pave the way for swift Senate passage" of Democratic voting rights legislation after Biden spoke on the issue in Georgia.
"He's been so terrible she now wants nothing to do with him," Trump said of Abrams. "Even the woke, radical left realizes that Joe Biden's Administration is an embarrassment!"
E. Jean Carroll said that she would sue Trump for rape "the very moment" the bill becomes law in New York state.
"Whoopsies @MSNBC!" tweeted Cawthorn after a mistakenly sent email reportedly revealed that a "Rachel Maddow Show" producer was "worried" he would want to make an appearance.