"It is extraordinarily courageous for workers to take on one of the world's wealthiest and most powerful corporations, a company that spent unlimited sums of money to defeat the organizing effort," the Vermont senator tweeted.
"There's been a lot of noise over the past few months, and we're glad that your collective voices were finally heard," the company said.
The former president's political action committee—the Save America PAC—has stepped into the fray in several U.S. Senate, House and statewide races across the country.
"This is out of control. It's the middle of the night. We've seen dozens of children flow freely across the border in just the past few minutes," Scalise tweeted.
"There's nothing about any of this right now that makes any sense to any of us," York County Sheriff Kevin Tolson said.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said recently, "We were not asked to really be part of it after what happened after the 2020 elections."
The proceeds of the campaign will be put into a trust for Evans' two children and will "be used for their health, maintenance, comfort, support, and education in the coming months and years."
The medical examiner's office did not provide the manner or cause of death for Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick.
The outdoor clothing company said it would be donating $1 million to multiple voting-rights groups in Georgia.
"While the development of multiple safe, highly effective COVID-19 vaccines has been a scientific miracle, the decision to receive the vaccine should be left up to each individual," the governor tweeted.
Roughly one-third of U.S. adults said businesses should be allowed to ban unvaccinated people from entering their stores.
"Give this family strength that they can bear the recurring sight of seeing their brother with a knee on his neck," the Reverend Al Sharpton said.
Evans died after being struck by a vehicle that drove into a barricade outside the U.S. Capitol building on April 2.
"You're not going to see real change if people can do things with impunity," the New Jersey Democrat said.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis declared a state of emergency on Saturday in response to the toxic pond leak at Piney Point.
In his first campaign video, Wood said that the GOP must not become "a cult of personality" and specifically blamed former President Donald Trump for Republican election losses.
The California community experienced a series of earthquakes early Monday morning, with the largest a 4.0 magnitude centered just a few miles east of the Los Angeles International Airport.
The slain police officer has been identified as William "Billy" Evans, who was an 18-year U.S. Capitol Police veteran.
Further details on the identities of the police officers or the suspect were not yet available.
"Although Trump's claims were bereft of legal or factual basis, the stakes were immense. Governor Tony Evers had no choice but to defend zealously against the claims and to engage with Trump's scattershot litigation tactics," the governor's attorneys wrote in court documents.
"By 2013 the chaos caucus in the House had built up their own power base thanks to fawning right-wing media and outrage-driven fundraising cash. And now they had a new head lunatic leading the way, who wasn't even a House member," the former House speaker writes.
A report by the Brennan Center for Justice found there were 361 laws on the books as of March 24 that included provisions to limit voter access.
The gunman knew all the victims either personally or through business, and the shooting was "not a random act of violence," authorities said.
President Joe Biden recently unveiled his infrastructure plan, which is estimated to cost between $2.2 and $2.7 trillion.
"This is about more than just one bottle of water," said the Georgia director of Faith in Public Life. "It's about a series of laws that are progressively making it harder for Georgians to participate in our democracy."
The American Jobs Plan will invest about $2 trillion in infrastructure and jobs over the next eight years.
New York on Wednesday became the 15th state to legalize marijuana for recreational use.
"The current amount of investment we're doing is barely, barely enough to keep pace with just the maintenance of the infrastructure," Moody's Analytics chief economist Mark Zandi told CNN. "And we can all feel it, right?
Schwarzenegger told Politico that "these are the signatures of the ordinary folks that have signed on."