"To suddenly split the two in this really acrimonious dispute certainly leaves the NRA without the kind of institutional management they've come to rely on," one analyst said.
"Conversion therapy is a harmful, widely-discredited practice that has no place in Maine," Governor Janet Mills said at the signing ceremony.
"The criminalization of humanitarian aid work is very frightening," one worker told Newsweek. "That has wide-reaching implications for many groups of people."
"After two years, the Special Counsel is moving on with his life," Sanders' statement read. "And everyone else should do the same."
"This opioid crisis, this public health crisis we're in, it is a manmade crisis," an attorney for the state said on Tuesday.
Secretary Chao is hardly the first Trump administration official to come under fire for way they've handled their ethics agreements.
"The sign says 'no firearms or weapons beyond this point,'" Stubbs said. "It was very visible, on my door."
"We aren't in the news business, we're in the social media business," Facebook executive Monika Bickert said.
"Is it licit to throw away a life to resolve a problem?" he asked. "Is it licit to hire a hitman to resolve a problem?"
"People of the Republican Party, I know you will agree with me when I say our president has our utmost respect and our love," Voight proclaimed.
This marks the second time this year that France has experienced an attack based on extremist ideology.
Law enforcement officials were apparently unaware that an op-ed they were asked to put their names to was written by the NRA.
Wisconsin Democrat Shelia Stubbs posted a sign outside her office banning firearms, but her Republican colleague didn't pay it much attention.
"Do you believe he has a disability?" said the Democratic presidential candidate when asked whether he believes Donald Trump invented a disability to avoid wartime service.
The redesigned bill was supposed to be unveiled next year but has been delayed until 2028.
"If there is an absolute wrong way to do something, Alabama is going to figure it out."
Tomi Lahren is among just a handful of conservative mainstays who have criticized Alabama's near-outright ban on abortion.
Federal prosecutors have opened an investigation into employee timekeeping in the nation's largest transit system.
NYPD officer Valerie Cincinelli was arrested Friday and booked on charges of conspiracy to murder her ex-husband and an unidentified minor girl.
"The nation's patchwork of protections for the LGBTQ community falls well short of ensuring life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness," Republican Rep. Will Hurd said after voting for the bill.
"Both have conducted two train-wreck campaigns, and both seem to have lived a politically cursed public life," Lewandowski claims of Biden and Clinton.
There are some things Republicans and Democrats can agree on, though.
Clinton responded to one user who asked her to abort her pregnancy and "take one for the Gipper."
If Congress won't work with her, Senator Harris plans to go it alone on an assault weapons ban should she ascend to the White House next fall.
A Washington Post report has uncovered the extent to which Trump properties are taking a financial hit because of their namesake president.
Senator Cory Booker, a 2020 presidential candidate, has proposed new reforms to meet the mounting challenge of gun suicides.
"If you asked most Americans whether they believe there are standards in place to secure weapons in gun shops, I would suspect most Americans would say yes," Congressman Joe Morelle told Newsweek.
The congresswoman took the common tropes about being poor to task in a thread on Twitter Saturday.