Stone said Dr. Anthony Fauci should be "prosecuted" while speaking at an anti-vaccination conference in Nashville.
"Did you know that women peak physically at age 16?" University of Montana computer science professor Rob Smith allegedly wrote.
"If we are continuously saying like, 'You're not real, you have to suppress that part of you,' what is that going to do to our community?" Oklahoma's Mauree Turner, the nation's first nonbinary state lawmaker, asked.
"Many of us have been threatened by our fellow citizens who have been led astray by these deceptions," the Florida Supervisors of Elections said.
Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence. He was in France while the U.S. Constitution was being written.
"We refuse to become the vaccination police for any government," a spokesperson for the fast-food chain said.
"The thing that was so disturbing was it was children," one parent said. "Whether they are high school, elementary school or middle school—they're children."
Councilwoman Adrienne Adams said one of the victims who testified about issues with the NYPD was "in essence her own detective."
Carl Gillette was "floored" when the school's director told him "everyone had their own opinions" after a new teacher said she does not "like" Black people.
"Remain calm. Be kind," Colin Powell, the first black U.S. Secretary of State who died from COVID-19, wrote as one of the rules.
"I don't need to be cuffed," she said. "I'm completely harmless. Also, I think you're all enjoying this because, like I said, I'm not terrible to look at."
"That's science fiction, not even science fiction because it's pure fiction," said Dr. Aileen Marty, an infectious disease expert, about the Centner Academy's policy.
"There's a new day rising in America. There's a new patriotic fervor rising in America," the Republican North Carolina congressman said.
"Somebody should have done something...who would allow something like that to take place?" asked Police Superintendent Timothy Bernhardt.
GOP gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin said he wouldn't have signed Texas' abortion ban, but Democrats have warned of anti-abortion policies if he is elected.
"Sean loves the people of Wisconsin, and would be virtually unbeatable," the former president touted in a statement.
State law HB 3979 "puts schools and teachers in a no-win situation," said Mary Pat Higgins, CEO of the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum.
"I don't care how sick I am, I will come in to school and spread COVID to everyone that I can," police allege the sixth-grade teacher said.
"Go take the shot," the reality TV star yelled during an expletive-laced outburst in the Miami airport.
"It was a situation that could have endangered human life," Melbourne Flight Training CEO Derek Fallon wrote.
An industry expert said Southwest should hire more staff following thousands of canceled or delayed flights over the weekend.
"Anti-science is now a leading cause of death in the United States," Dr. Peter Hotez said.
"Some people find the art of stand-up to be mean spirited but our members enjoy it, and its' an important part of our content offering," he wrote.
After the popular ice cream company pledged to stop selling its product in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, several states said they would divest.
The children, who are not eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, have reportedly shown signs of heart issues.
They pointed to a schedule that leaves no margin for recovery when things go wrong. No other large airlines faced major problems this weekend.
He said vaccines enrich "the pockets of Big Pharma" and instead advocated for monoclonal antibody treatments—which cost about 62 times more.
"If we're going to solve problems facing the American people, we have to be able to work together," said the Democratic senator from Delaware.
Taiwan's ruling party has "thrown itself into a political gamble that has only short-term benefits and no chance of winning in the long run," said the Global Times.