"Eventually, they run out of other people's money and then they come for you," the Tesla CEO tweeted.
The Arizona lawmaker, a critical vote in the Senate, has said little publicly about her positions on key policies amid the ongoing negotiations.
"A Major League club cannot simply take a smaller team's name and use it for itself," the roller derby organization said in a lawsuit filed Wednesday.
Circuit Judge Bruce Schroeder ruled Monday that Rittenhouse's attorneys can describe the men killed as "rioters" or "looters" if they can produce the evidence.
On Tuesday, Bernie Sanders described Medicare expansions and drug pricing reform as must-haves in the Democrats' spending package.
"This position, I wouldn't wish it on anybody," Manchin said when asked about all the attention he's received amid reconciliation negotiations.
The U.S. Department of Education said Monday it's "prepared to initiate enforcement action to stop these impermissible state actions."
International travelers will be required to show proof of vaccination before boarding a flight headed to the U.S. starting November 8.
"Biden should concede. I want his concession on my desk tomorrow morning. Don't make me come over there," Gosar's tweet said.
U.S. District Judge Reggie Walton sentenced husband and wife Thomas Vinson and Lori Vinson to five years of probation and ordered them to pay $5,000 each.
Davis School District officials said they're taking the DOJ's findings "very seriously" and that they do not " reflect the values of this community."
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said that Democrats agreed they need to come up with a framework for the multi-trillion-dollar bill this week.
Planned Parenthood clinics across New Mexico, Colorado and southern Nevada have seen a 50 percent increase in patients from Texas.
The veterans wrote in a letter that the Arizona Democrat has "become of the principal obstacles to progress."
"I ask each one of you to step back from the brink," Cheney told her Republican colleagues.
The story of a father and child attending a "Black Lives Matter" demonstration in June 2020 was used in a vocabulary exercise.
"Should the FDA and CDC authorize the vaccine, we will be ready to get shots in arms," said the White House's COVID-19 response coordinator.
The Department of Labor reported inflation was up 5.4 percent in September from where it was a year ago.
Democrats have been negotiating for weeks on the reconciliation bill, a centerpiece of President Joe Biden's economic agenda.
"This commitment from the railroad is just the latest step towards a 24/7 supply chain," White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters.
"I'm here to fight for the biggest public investment in America since The New Deal. No climate. No deal," said Jake Stoner, member of Sunrise Movement Tempe.
"He was a classic RINO, if even that, always being the first to attack other Republicans," the former president said of Powell.
Senator Joe Manchin is opposed to a $150 billion clean energy program that would reward utilities that transition to renewable energy.
Williams announced her separation from ESPN in a video posted to Instagram on Friday. Last month, she had said she was looking forward to returning to her job.
Gallup found all parties are less likely now than a year ago to favor the federal government taking on a more active role.
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.