Phil Handy said of his family heirloom: "Unless we had done something, it wouldn't have been around for another 50."
Rep. Mullin said of the officer: "He was physically and emotionally distraught. I actually gave him a hug and said, 'Sir, you did what you had to do.'"
Kalisz said of his Olympics win: "It means the world. This is the last thing that I really wanted to accomplish in my swimming career."
The Lambda COVID variant, first recorded in Peru in December 2020, has since spread to dozens of countries.
Charlie Kirk's comments come after Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell urged unvaccinated Americans to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
The lawyers called out the Fox News host and said: "Frankly, the last thing Carlson wants is for the truth to emerge of what happened that day and why."
The roommate allegedly dumped the dog, named Buddy, 30 miles from home after the pet chewed his belongings.
A police officer at the scene of the shooting reportedly told a local reporter: "We probably have some injuries."
Rep. Greene said being asked whether she had been vaccinated was in "violation" of her HIPAA rights.
Glenn Barrett's cousin, Ken Meech said: "If he had, he would still be with us today."
Ben & Jerry's said "it is inconsistent with our values" to continue selling tubs of ice cream in the occupied Palestinian territories.
Everton confirmed it had suspended the soccer star and would be cooperating with law enforcement during the investigation.
Fox News host Sean Hannity told viewers: "It absolutely makes sense for many Americans to get vaccinated."
The Texas senator made the comments during an interview with Fox News anchor Maria Bartiromo.
The Florida man's felony sentence could help set a benchmark for punishments in similar cases related to the January 6 riot.
A fake Trump account gained tens of thousands of followers before it was banned from the platform.
The protest outside Koreatown's Wi Spa was sparked after an alleged incident where a transgender woman is said to have flashed a child in a women's changing room.
The Tokyo Olympics has been thrown into crisis in the last few days with a spike in coronavirus cases in the Japanese capital.
Mehul Choksi is wanted by Indian authorities over his alleged part in a $1.8 billion bank fraud case.
Rep. Gaetz and Rep. Greene had to hold their press conference outside after three venues canceled their requests to hold an "America First" rally.
Donald Trump has claimed there was widespread voter fraud during the 2020 Presidential Election, but so far audits have not shown that to be the case.
One Twitter user commented: "Players, including Fernando Tatis Jr. just ran into stands and grabbed family members and brought them to clubhouse."
After being rescued, Ahmad Shah said: "I did not surrender, I did not lay down my arms and I fought back."
The murder victim's brother called his sibling a "monster you all hear about in your closets" and said the accused had lived "through years of hell."
The company said in an Instagram post: "All of this was about the process of freedom, fun, and responsible gun ownership."
LAX's Twitter said police officers were investigating a "suspicious item" and that its arrivals level had been temporarily closed.
The convention is organized by a man who goes by the name "QAnon John" on his Telegram channel, which has more than 38,000 followers.
The brawl erupted inside a Detroit Shake Shack—which has launched an investigation—before spilling out into the street and parking lot.