Yuh-Line Niou, a New York Assembly member who is also a sexual assault survivor, called the defense presented by Cuomo's legal team "disgusting and vile."
"It's amazing to me some would be so happy to play politics with this," tweeted Republican Senator Bill Cassidy.
The tactic of requiring donors to untick a box to opt out of weekly withdrawals caused a short-term spike in revenue.
"Yes, I get the fact that Newsmax and Fox News are declaring this country as falling apart. But walk the streets. It's not like that," he said.
New Zealand has not reported a single case of coronavirus in its community since February 28.
A petition for monthly stimulus checks of $2,000 is nearing its goal of 3 million signatures as coronavirus cases surge in the U.S.
After weeks of delay, senators introduced the Bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act Sunday night, a 2,700-page bill.
"'We have protected the vulnerable by vaccinating the older population,'" tweeted DeSantis, quoting anti-lockdown Stanford Professor Dr. Jay Bhattacharya.
Mayor Dan Gelber called DeSantis "the pied piper leading everybody off a cliff."
Senator Mark Warner said that a group of bipartisan negotiators were finalizing the "last couple pieces of legislative language."
It remains unclear why this issue was left until the last minute. The House left for a 6-week recess on Friday with some Democrats blaming the White House.
About 26 million of the state's 39.5 million residents can expect to receive a payment.
Higgins confirmed that his wife and son have both also caught the virus for the second time.
Attorney General Merrick Garland has pledged to address the surge in gun violence in Chicago, New York, Washington, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Democrats are hoping to include the immigration measure in their $3.5 trillion reconciliation package.
The lead GOP negotiator said Sunday that lawmakers have been working toward reaching an agreement before the scheduled August recess.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers is struggling to resolve a disagreement on public transit funding. Sen. Warner believes the bill could be finalized on Monday.
Some states have shifted from daily to weekly reporting of coronavirus case data, preventing communities from tracking outbreaks and deaths in real-time.
The online petition for monthly direct payments of $2,000 has drawn more than 2,695,300 signatures.
The former president opened his speech at a rally in Phoenix by claiming there's "no way Democrats win elections without cheating."
Biden stumped for Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe in his first in-person candidate rally since he took office in January.
The 22-second clip shows a man confronting the Fox News host in a fishing store.
Negative reactions to the Florida GOP governor's vaccine push among vaccine-resistant individuals and new polling data suggests that it could be too late to change the minds of those who refuse to get the shot.
Five members of the Texas House Democratic Caucus have tested positive for COVID-19 after traveling to Washington D.C. last week.
The vice president reportedly visited the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Sunday for a "routine doctor's appointment."
Reverend Mark J. Seitz and Reverend Daniel E. Flores said Abbott's disaster declaration violates state laws protecting religious freedom.
"I just don't know how you have a cloture vote when you don't have a bill ready," said Senator Bill Cassidy on Sunday.
The proposal to toughen enforcement of IRS tax collections was dropped after firm opposition from Senate Republicans.
The White House strengthened its rhetoric against false information on social media about the coronavirus vaccine.
Supporters of the recall campaign allege that Dunleavy abused his power, neglected his duties as governor and is unfit for office.