Florida's governor has vowed to sue if the Biden administration enacts a proposal mandating that businesses require workers to get vaccinated or undergo weekly coronavirus testing.
Cruz is accused of killing 14 students and three faculty members at the Florida high school.
A new poll found 85 percent of Americans are concerned that supply chain problems will lead to shortages of basic items.
The $1 trillion infrastructure bill, which Sinema helped broker, was passed by the Senate in August but has yet to be taken up for a vote in the House.
"Based on state pay records and other data, more than 100,000 Social Security numbers were vulnerable," the St. Louis-Dispatch reported.
"I'm not going to pretend it's the best way to send the best message. I mean, we need to do these things," Kerry said.
Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Administrator David Pekoske called the figures "alarming."
"We are not the Postal Service or UPS or FedEx," press secretary Jen Psaki said.
Black Americans are incarcerated in state prisons at nearly five times the rate of white Americans, the study found.
A Republican-controlled Michigan Senate committee found no widespread fraud in the 2020 race.
"Stop working for drug companies and start working for us and all Arizonans," the ad says.
Fights by Governors Greg Abbott and Ron DeSantis against vaccine requirements "fit a familiar pattern," press secretary Jen Psaki said.
A months-long Republican investigation into the election concluded there was no widespread fraud in Michigan.
"You're not doing anything with it," the GOP candidate said. "All it's got is cobwebs and mothballs in warehouses, and you're paying for it."
"This Governor is dividing us, calling on those that are vaccinated to discriminate against those that are unvaccinated," state Representative Anne Dauphinais wrote on Facebook.
Doctors said Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa had a "passive approach to his defense" and was potentially overreliant on his attorneys. Prosecutors are seeking another evaluation.
Walker's campaign announced Monday that the Republican candidate has raked in $3.7 million in 37 days.
"The president's dedicated to ensuring that something like that could never happen again," the White House's press secretary said.
In addition, on Friday Biden also issued the first-ever presidential proclamation of Indigenous Peoples' Day.
Sixty-three percent of Republicans said their party shouldn't accept elected officials who openly criticize Trump, the Pew Research Center found.
"We've turned away hundreds of people since September 1," said Whole Woman's Health's CEO.
"It gives us some breathing room from the catastrophic default we were approaching," White House spokesperson Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters.
Researchers concluded that six months after receiving the second Pfizer jab, immunity was "substantially decreased, especially among men."
Many of the former on-air personalities were employed by parent company Gray Television, which mandated all workers get vaccinated by October 1.
The GOP's odds of winning the Senate are 5/6 (54 percent), according to betting aggregator US-Bookies.
The U.S. risks default for the first time in history if Congress doesn't raise the debt ceiling by October 18.
"I may have lost my job, but I preserved my integrity," former WLOX news anchor Meggan Gray wrote in a Facebook post.
The ethics panel voted earlier this month to allow the former New York governor to keep the money made from his memoir.
Manchin last week proposed a $1.5 trillion limit on the budget reconciliation bill.
"What [Biden] wants to hear from them is what their priorities are," Jen Psaki said Monday. "So he can play a constructive role in moving things forward,"