Voters will head to the polls Tuesday to determine the governor's political fate. Mail-in ballots must be postmarked by September 14.
Authorities said that Harris answered the door when officers arrived, telling them she shot her son and leading them to the weapon she used.
"They were trying to persuade, entice or coerce someone they reasonably believed to be under the age of 18 to engage in sexual activity," said Lexington County Sheriff Jay Koon.
Sixty percent of likely voters oppose recalling the Democrat, compared with 38 percent who are in favor of removing him, the survey says.
The fire has leveled several mountain towns, including Greenville and Grizzly Flats, and destroyed more than 700 homes.
Calls for a change in the court's makeup have grown following its controversial ruling allowing a Texas abortion ban to take effect.
"He counted down, 3, 2, 1, and he shot her," Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd told reporters Thursday about suspect Bryan Riley.
Cheney has earned the ire of Trump and other colleagues for pushing back on false claims that the 2020 presidential election was stolen.
Mayor Andrew Ginther, along with City Attorney Zach Klein, had requested the Justice Department's intervention in April following a series of police killings.
"It's really not more complicated than the president, his Cabinet and team wanting to appoint a fresh layer of people," the White House's Jen Psaki said.
One video provides a full front view of the unidentified suspect sitting on a bench near the Democratic National Committee's headquarters.
The Treasury Department estimated that $7 trillion will be lost in tax revenue over the next decade.
Jackie Johnson is accused of taking action to delay the arrests of the men who chased and killed Arbery.
The statue's removal comes 131 years after it was erected. The statue will be placed in storage at a state-owned facility while its future is determined.
The former president is throwing his support behind Michigan state Representative Steve Carra.
"I just want answers. I'm overwhelmed by the whole thing," JauMarcus McFarland's mother said Tuesday.
"We just want to be equally compensated and treated correctly while we save all the lives that we do," one nurse said.
The statue will come down on Wednesday, September 8, 131 years after the statue was put in place. It will be placed in storage until its future is determined.
The National Weather Service said the area could see more than 2 inches of rain per hour as thunderstorms roll through the state.
Head coach David Culley announced Monday that veteran Tyrod Taylor will be the team's starting quarterback for the first game of the season.
Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd called the suspect "evil in the flesh." while announcing Riley's arrest at a news conference on Sunday afternoon.
More than 5 million people said in August they were unable to work for pandemic-related reasons, an increase of about 400,000 from the previous month.
Six applicants didn't receive the correct number of entries in the first drawing, state officials said Friday.
"I don't believe for one minute that there'll be an impact on any of our workforce," Dan Olson, business manager of the union LiUNA! Local 1091, told Newsweek.
"We're in a whole different world and we're all going to now have to act very differently because this is not the world we knew," said Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Governor Andy Beshear said the Delta variant is "spreading like wildfire."
"Every woman has the constitutional right to basic health care," the House speaker said.
"Simply put, as the selective service system is currently written it is unconstitutional and discriminates based on sex," Representative Chrissy Houlahan said.
The father-to-be stepped outside and fired "celebratory rounds" from a handgun into the air, prompting a neighbor to call 911.
The Texas law bans abortion as early as six weeks into pregnancy and awards private citizens $10,000 if they successfully sue a provider.