Trump's attorney allegedly asked to be considered for a pardon "knowing he committed crimes," the legal analyst said Saturday.
A second police officer drove by Salvador Ramos in the school's parking lot and didn't notice him.
Michele Fiore, now the GOP nominee in Nevada's treasurer race, called for banning pharmaceutical companies in the wake of the shooting.
Congress overwhelmingly passed the security legislation on Tuesday, but some progressives argued it should be extended to abortion providers.
The families have called on Biden to "demand transparency" from Saudi officials ahead of his trip, where he is expected to push for increased oil production.
Some in the GOP have accused the network of "celebrating evil" and "betrayal" for airing segments celebrating Pride month.
Past bear markets have been as short as a month and as long as nearly two years.
Experts say supply chain issues are to blame for the shortage.
The former attorney general laughed at a mention of the film in a clip played by the House select committee investigating January 6.
She condemned the pro-Russia Z symbol, saying it "symbolizes tragedy and grief for both Russia and Ukraine,"
Amid the Ukraine War, the Russian Committee for the Prevention of Torture struggled as police arrested thousands of anti-war protesters.
Larry Summers noted Sunday that periods of high inflation and low unemployment are "almost always" followed by a recession.
McDonald's pulled out of Russia in March following the country's widely-condemned invasion of Ukraine.
"They just handed me the governor's seat," said the GOP candidate, who claimed he's seen support grow tenfold since his arrest on Thursday.
Pence blocking the electoral college certification would have violated the Electoral Count Act, according to his attorney.
Many voters want younger candidates than Biden and Trump—who will be 81 and 78 on Election Day in 2024, respectively.
As Fox personalities like Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham "echoed Trump," they "created that space" for Capitol riot, Stirewalt said in December.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin also warned Saturday that the ongoing war could be a "preview" to a "world of chaos."
Mike Franken faces an uphill battle to oust Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley from office.
A new television channel is aiming to achieve "an uprising of the masses" to end Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Ken Paxton announced he would launch an investigation into whether or not Twitter has been falsely reporting the number of bots.
Errol Webber's suggestion comes after Representative Donald Beyer proposed a 1,000 percent tax on assault weapons.
The prime minister may not even stay in office through the end of the year, Sir Roger Gale, who voted against Johnson, said.
The Ukrainian president said Putin prolonging the war is pushing world leaders to suggest outcomes beneficial to Russia as countries grow weary of fighting.
One local authority warned that an epidemic of the deadly disease has "more or less begun already" in the besieged city.
On May 26, Latvia's parliament passed amendments allowing NEPLP to restrict foreign shows produced in countries that threaten other countries' sovereignty.
Putin warned Sunday his military will strike "new targets," after his ally Medvedev spoke of hitting "decision-making centers" outside Ukraine.
George Conway said Sunday that the House select committee investigating last year's U.S. Capitol riot doesn't need any new bombshells to prove their case.
One GOP critic wrote Saturday that the endorsement "is a sign that Trump has not learned much after all this time about who is and is not America First."