The Osceola County sheriff said party organizers sometimes rent multiple houses and have gatherings of up to 400 people.
Congressman John Lewis and about 600 other civil rights leaders were beaten and tear gassed by police on the Edmund Pettus Bridge on "Bloody Sunday," March 7, 1965.
The mayor said he will ask officers to stop giving warnings Monday and to begin issuing fines.
Police also issued a summons to a fourth person who was posting flyers.
The doctor said it was "the first time we've been asked for a diagnosis and were declined" a prescription.
The 87-year-old justice said she began treatment after a May 19 biopsy showed she had lesions on her liver.
Sixty-four percent of those surveyed said they do not trust what the president says about the outbreak.
Police charged the driver with assault with a deadly weapon.
Larry Hogan said governors "took a different approach" by meeting with experts early on.
Mary Trump, who supported Hillary Clinton for president in 2016, compared her uncle to a three-year-old "unable to regulate his emotions."
The president and the FOX anchor have been publicly critical of each other in the past.
The congressional candidate and former White House physician said he does not want the government telling him he needs to wear a mask.
The clemency order commuted the sentence of Roger Stone, who was set to report at a federal prison in Georgia Tuesday.
Reta Mays, whose name was made public Tuesday, was charged with injecting multiple people with excess insulin, resulting in their deaths.
The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office said the fire has burned through 50 acres with zero percent containment as of Tuesday morning.
The fired police officer said he had a problem seeing white people bowing to Black people because of his religious beliefs.
A Texas doctor released a statement saying the virus "doesn't discriminate," and that no one is invincible.
The Sacramento Bee said publishing mugshots "disproportionately harms people of color and those with mental illness."
The lawyer said that many of the police he represents were present on the day rioters burned down the Third Precinct, some of who wrote final notes to loved ones believing they would die.
The CEO said Friday he was honored to be part of the White House Hispanic Prosperity Commission.
Missouri Senator Josh Hawley asked whether the NBA would censor messages critical of the Chinese Communist Party.
Washingtonville's mayor said authorities will "not leave any stone unturned" as they search for whoever is responsible.
The mayor was critical of NYPD officers who did not wear masks at protests, saying "it is so important that the people of the city see the people they look to...actually abiding by the same rules."
Florida's coronavirus website shows the state has had 232,718 cases and 4,009 deaths.
Floyd also told police he was claustrophobic, before he ultimately requested to lay down on the ground to avoid sitting in their police cruiser.
United Airlines' most impacted employees will be those working in inflight services, as 15,000 of those jobs will potentially be furloughed.
Maryland's Larry Hogan faults the president for "bouncing from one message to the other" about the coronavirus crisis.
Most of the cases linked to religious gatherings came from Union County in Oregon where on June 17, 236 cases were linked to Lighthouse Pentecostal Church.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's West Hollywood station said it would begin issuing the fines this month.
Michigan saw a 62 percent rise in the number of residents who died from March 15 to May 23 compared to 2019.