After his untimely assassination in 1968, cities across the country began hosting parades in his honor long before the U.S. declared the third Monday of January a federal holiday in 1986.
"It's not going to mean that...the Republican senators are going to change camps. But they might conduct the trial in a slightly different way depending on whether or not there is a lot of pressure from the public," Anne Kraatz said.
In this week's Democratic presidential debate, Senators Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota said they could, and would, take executive action to reduce prices for much-needed drugs as president.
It's been one of the most prolific administrations in terms of judicial appointments in recent history, according to the White House.
"THIS is how you handle FAKE NEWS," the Trump campaign posted to Twitter, before directing supporters to donate to McSally's reelection campaign in Arizona.
"I don't know Lev Parnas. What documents?" Conway said during a CNN interview.
The new numbers suggest that Bloomberg's nontraditional strategy could be working.
The president dedicated some of his time in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on Tuesday evening to disparaging shower restrictors that reduce water flow.
Due in part to these deaths, the United States is the only wealthy nation in modern times to exhibit a decline in average life expectancy.
"We had all of the top-ranking intelligence people, military people, and not one word of that was mentioned," Sanders said of the intelligence briefing he attended before the strike that killed the Iranian commander.
Nationwide, tens of thousands of Australians took to the street on Friday, calling for Prime Minister Scott Morrison's resignation over what they view as his lackadaisical response to climate change
Accidental overdoses continue to claim tens of thousands of lives each year, but doctors who prescribe medication for opioid use disorders are very hard to track down.
"I just don't love bringing up the previous administration, just like I didn't like when President Obama kept bringing up President Bush," Brian Kilmeade told his co-hosts on 'Fox & Friends.'
These survey respondents could be part of a slightly more progressive coalition of Republicans who also care about climate change, immigration and access to contraception, reports show.
"There is ample evidence over the last decade or more that a strong economy can also be a clean economy—and that the two are not incompatible," said an Environmental Defense Fund policy director.
The statement was in response to a participant concerned about "forced tapering," the premature or otherwise aggressive removal of opioid patients from their medications.
The statement comes amid concerns that Trump is out of step with senior-ranking members of his administration, who in recent days have walked back his threats to attack Iran's cultural sites.
Hailing Beiret Bureerak battled the infection for 17 months under closely supervised medical care, the Royal Thai Navy said in a Friday statement.
Likely related to a Republican-controlled national government or even President Donald Trumps' impeachment, Democrats are particularly unhappy with the state of affairs.
Seven people, including two minors and the pilot, were aboard the helicopter, according to the Coast Guard.
So far, 33 states have legalized medical marijuana and 11 have approved adult recreational use. Here's a look at which states could be next.
"Essentially they colluded with Hitler. This is clear from documents, archival documents," Putin told Russian defense leaders at a meeting earlier this week.
The recreational cannabis industry, which is fully legal in 11 states, will continue to face onerous levels of red tape and uncertainty well into 2020.
The event was part of a 33-hour shopping marathon at the mall, which featured a slogan that's now taken on a darker meaning: "Shop until you drop."
Separate polling by Kaiser Family Foundation indicates some of these issues––namely health care and the economy––are the most important for voters in battleground states.
The Buttigieg campaign says the two Democrats' recent interactions are better characterized as "disagreements between two competitors" rather than a feud.
Though the difference is within the margin of error (3.4 percentage points) 39 percent of the 1,108 adults surveyed between December 18 and 19 preferred Sanders over Trump, compared to 37 percent who preferred Biden.
Despite her break with the Democrats, Gabbard doesn't seem interested in accepting this past weekend's praise from the president.
More than 75 percent of respondents told CNN that economic conditions were either "very good" or "somewhat good," the largest share since 2001.