Prosecutors recommended in a court filing that Potter be given a sentence of slightly more than seven years.
McMichael allegedly used racial slurs online and said he was glad he wasn't Black, an FBI intelligence analyst testified at his hate crime trial.
The Canadian deputy prime minister said that $73 million in trade was affected each day the border remained closed at Emerson, Manitoba, near North Dakota.
Hector Alejandro Cabrera Fuentes acted under the direction of a person he thought was a Russian official to track down the car of a U.S. confidential source.
The company has three plants in Ontario that stopped production February 10 once protestors had blockaded a key Detroit-Windsor bridge, according to Reuters.
One person was taken into Naval Criminal Investigative Services custody in connection to the incident.
The plane's fuselage was discovered late Monday afternoon, but it was not confirmed until Wednesday that all eight people aboard had been killed.
Hutchins was fatally shot on October 21 while preparing a scene at the Bonanza Creek Ranch close to Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Peter Sloly, 55, a former Canadian men's soccer player, said on February 7 that he had no plans to step down.
The mask mandate will stay in place for schoolchildren despite it leaving for vaccinated people, the California Health and Human Services Agency Secretary said.
Charese Johnson was sentenced to three years in prison and one year of supervised release, according to a press release from the Department of Justice.
The federal judge said he would allow the jury to continue deliberating to reach a verdict, then dismiss the complaint.
"Facebook will no longer take advantage of people and their children with the intent to turn a profit at the expense of one's safety," Paxton said.
Customers have alleged that they couldn't contact Noom via phone, email, fax, mail or through the company's website.
The girl was attacked by one of the pit bulls when a woman walked into a New York City Housing Authority building with them about 12:30 p.m.
The price of crude oil increased 5 percent to $94.66 before closing at $93.10 on Friday, according to U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude features.
Joseph Smith pleaded guilty to tax evasion and wire fraud conspiracy, according to a press release from the Department of Justice.
The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office is advising citizens against "all travel" to Ukraine.
The notice came after a treatment plant shut down because of "internal treatment process issues," which officials said were due to employee error.
"We listened to assurances…that they would not invade Ukraine," Defence Secretary Ben Wallace said.
The travel advisory says to not travel to Ukraine because of the "increased threats of Russia military action and COVID-19."
U.S. Capitol Police Chief Thomas Manger requested the investigation, saying the move is a way to assure the public and lawmakers that processes are legal.
Damon Montgomery sent the checks to the state of Michigan to pay his taxes, but they contained routing numbers for a bank at which he didn't have an account.
The Labor Department announced Thursday that annual inflation had increased at its fastest pace in 40 years.
Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin released a joint statement saying there are "no limits" to the two countries' bond.
"God bless these Canadian truck drivers," Cruz tweeted, adding, "The government doesn't have the right to force you to comply to their arbitrary mandates."
Johao Miguel Chavarri is facing charges of cyberstalking involving the harassment and threatening of young women using an online persona called "Michael Frito."
Oceanside detectives found Otero's body on Tuesday night at the bottom of the cliffs near Camp Pendleton.
Charges included $1,600 on Houston Rockets tickets, $1,994 on a Caribbean cruise, $224 on beach bars in Cozumel and Belize, and $769 in movie grill tabs.
Rep. Hal Rogers later said he met with and apologized to Beatty, saying "my words were not acceptable."