"We sold more tickets to see Chris Rock overnight than we did in the past month combined," wrote one ticket seller.
A Ukrainian member of parliament raised the question to Twitter users as Russia demands Crimea and Donbas in exchange for peace.
The incident dominated the Oscars Sunday night.
"It was a freak accident. It happened," a family member said of the shooting.
"No free world leader should hesitate to state plainly that the world would be a far better place if Putin were no longer in power," he wrote.
Two GOP candidates sparred over legislation that could make abortion a capital offense.
"She had total disdain and even hatred for them," the former president said Saturday.
The congressman was found guilty of lying to federal investigators about a $30,000 donation from a Nigerian billionaire.
The remark came just hours after Biden referred to the Russian president as a "butcher."
"This should never happen to anyone else's child ever again," Yarnell Sampson said.
The former Missouri governor's new campaign video comes as he faces allegations of domestic abuse against his wife and child.
Griffin questioned if GOP lawmakers believe "they're too good to come down to the federal place where all of this is taking place."
Myroslav Boitchouk, 22, has been attending medical school in Ukraine, but his family lives in Florida.
"The existence of LGBTQ students, parents and teachers is not a taboo topic that should be regulated by the Louisiana Legislature," a bill opponent wrote.
Some Republicans say Jackson is "soft on crime," but some legal experts have said the mandatory minimums in the cases were too harsh.
Conservative columnist Andrew McCarthy defended Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson's stance as "mainstream" and "correct" in his view.
A recent surge in COVID-19 cases is putting strain on China's approach to curbing the virus through strict safety measures and lockdowns.
Some Republican senators have already pointed to parts of her record as evidence of her being "soft on crime."
After her protest, the journalist spent 14 hours being questioned by Russian authorities and was issued a fine.
"In so many respects, they define what the North Carolina Republican Party has become: a party of extremism," the editorial reads.
The new survey shows greater vaccine hesitancy among Republicans than Democrats or independents.
One protester at the rally said she feels that the Democratic Party does "not represent my beliefs or my views" anymore.
Republicans faced backlash for attending the conference, which was organized by Nick Fuentes—who the Anti-Defamation League labeled a "white supremacist."
The video shows a group of cheerleaders from a Texas school chant "scalp 'em, Indians, scalp 'em" at Magic Kingdom.
The Canadian Prime Minister joins U.S. President Joe Biden, Hunter Biden, Hillary Clinton and other U.S. officials on the receiving end of a Russian ban.
With the country in the midst of its largest outbreak since the start of the pandemic, Chinese health officials blamed mild cases for the spread of the virus.
The Kremlin allegedly requested for Russian media to include "as much" footage of Carlson in their reports "as possible."
Senate Democrats need to secure a Republican vote for her nomination to move forward.
In the wake of its invasion of Ukraine, Russia included Taiwan—but not China—on a list of countries it considers "unfriendly."
The advertisement takes aim at eight Republican lawmakers who met with high-ranking Russian officials in July 2018.