A family member of the deceased man said in an Instagram post he had both Medicare and private insurance, and indicated the costs should be covered.
The video shows the woman standing in front of a checkout counter with several items she intends to buy at a Fort Worth 7-Eleven. The cashier can be heard telling the woman, "I'm just telling you to get a mask on."
The Polk County sheriff stated the finance secretary left the church with $190,000 in debt.
ICU patients increased to 1,350 in Houston, where the normal capacity is 1,330 ICU beds.
Cuban brought up Hannity's town hall interview with Trump after Hannity told the Dallas Mavericks owner to admit Joe Biden "is not exactly with it."
Mayor Jenny Durkan signed an executive order stating those who do not vacate Cal Anderson Park will be arrested.
The former vice president said there is a "distinction" to be made between George Washington, who did own slaves, and Confederate leaders.
The St. Louis Circuit Attorney said she will "use the full power of Missouri law to hold people accountable."
The latest shooting in the zone claimed the life of a 16-year-old and sent a 14-year-old to the hospital in critical condition.
The Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and Wilson College will now be known as The Princeton School of Public and International Affairs and First College, respectively.
The petition stated that while Christopher Columbus "initiated the genocide against Indigenous Americans," Ettore Boiardi, also known as Chef Boyardee, "enriched [the Cleveland] community with his food and iconic mustache."
It is unclear why the seven people, three of which remain in critical condition, ingested the hand sanitizer in the first place.
The mayor said in a statement following the incident Friday she "did not intend to cause distress or harm to anyone."
The Houston Association of Realtors told its members changes to these terms had been requested in past years.
Footage of the aftermath of last night's protests shows derogatory graffiti painted on the walls of the Portland Police Bureau's North Precinct.
President Donald Trump made comments Monday indicating his support for a second round of stimulus checks.
A former Salem police captain posted a tweet criticizing the Boston Mayor Marty Walsh for allowing George Floyd protesters to gather on June 1.
The clash began when the protester was confronted by those who did not want the statue removed because of its importance to Italian Americans, according to footage.
The class action lawsuit against Seattle claimed the city "actively endorsed and supported" the CHOP occupiers.
A spokesperson said they hope the mandate does not have to be enforced through the legal system.
Investigators determined that the post was no made by the employee, but by his wife.
The county official said she had to be escorted to her car as residents became angry about the new mask requirement.
Authorities evacuated the surrounding block and a mall nearby due to the potential threat.
The mayor said undercover buys and sting operations will be used to try to cut off the supply of fireworks to New Yorkers.
The state has reported 35.6 percent of all its cases during the pandemic in the last 14 days.
The attorney general named Deputy U.S. Attorney Audrey Strauss as acting U.S. Attorney in the Southern District of New York.
Governor Ron DeSantis has yet to implement a statewide requirement for face coverings.
Voters now have the opportunity to abolish the Glynn County Police Deparment over their handling of the Ahmaud Arbery case.
The sheriff's office stated they will continue to operate "in an educational capacity" in recommending the public use face masks.
The states where masks are currently optional include Texas, Florida, Arizona, North Carolina, South Carolina and Alabama