Authorities in Franklin, Tennessee, "expect to file multiple charges" against an identified suspect who, detectives believe, periodically recorded dozens of young women between September and mid-January.
Rev. Mark Hodges, an archpriest affiliated with several orthodox churches in southwestern Ohio, was temporarily barred from fulfilling his usual duties after participating in the January 6 rally that preceded the violent assault on the Capitol.
The president of Morgan State University, which belongs to a network of historically Black colleges and universities, praised the inaugural poet's performance.
The federal government has been criticized for the vaccine rollout, which is progressing at a slower pace than originally planned.
The Republican congresswoman faces criticism for her actions ahead of, and during, the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
National data shows the state has now administered more doses per capita than anywhere else in the country.
The incoming White House chief of staff discussed plans to accelerate vaccine distribution and administration during an appearance on CNN's 'State of the Union' Sunday morning.
"The GOP must reject conspiracy theories or be consumed by them," the Nebraska Republican senator wrote in an opinion piece published by The Atlantic on Saturday.
The South Carolina senator described Harrison as a "formidable" rival in a series of congratulatory messages shared to Twitter on Thursday.
Michigan Congressman Peter Meijer was one of 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Donald Trump on Wednesday.
The federal agency's chief signed an order Wednesday to tighten enforcement procedures "in the wake of recent, troubling incidents."
Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo said he is "highly confident" the unidentified officer will face federal charges on Wednesday.
The Senate majority leader reportedly declined his colleagues' calls to convene promptly for an impeachment trial.
The Trump supporter from Midland, Texas, recounted her participation in the riot with pride in viral video comments that surfaced afterward.
The Republican congressman responded to backlash from colleagues and civilians in a statement issued Tuesday.
Top uniformed officials at the Defense Department released a memorandum underscoring military personnel's pledges to protect "the Constitutional process" ahead of Inauguration Day.
Lawmakers are pushing for Donald Trump's removal from office in the aftermath of last week's violent attack on the U.S. Capitol.
Your T1 WiFi, an internet service provider based in northwestern Idaho, said it received numerous calls from clients concerned about the social media platforms' "censorship" over the weekend.
"All of this will be particularly challenging for populations that struggle with digital literacy [and] need the vaccine most," a New York official complained.
Parler, a conservative social media platform that did not censor content, went offline early Monday morning.
Howard Liebengood joined the U.S. Capitol Police in 2005 and worked for the agency's Senate Division. He passed away on Saturday at 51 years old.
"I've seen the president be presidential before…but something is very different now," said the former acting White House chief of staff.
Republicans have urged Biden to stop Democratic lawmakers from pursuing Trump's second impeachment in the "spirit of healing."
"Every minute and every hour that he is in office represents a clear and present danger, not just to the United States Congress but, frankly, to the country," the Democratic congresswoman said Sunday.
Polling data additionally indicated that more than half of Americans support the sitting president's removal from office ahead of Inauguration Day.
Polling data indicated that Trump's public disapproval reached a new high following the unrest led by his supporters on Wednesday.
In announcing her resignation, Chao said the previous day's violence "deeply troubled me in a way that I simply cannot set aside."
The organization issued a statement after pro-Trump protesters descended on the U.S. Capitol during a violent uprising that lasted several hours.
Trump supporters charged the U.S. Capitol building, where lawmakers were meeting to certify Joe Biden's victory in the Electoral College.
Earlier, the Senate majority leader delivered remarks opposing his GOP colleagues' electoral vote challenge.