56 percent of Ukrainians are currently willing and ready to join the Territorial Defense Forces and defend their country, according to a recent poll.
"We ask that you send a full photo in a bathing suit or similar," the ad from the Naples-based security company read.
Some local residents said that the plant explosion was large enough to shake their houses.
The rate of food insecurity in people who work in child care is 8 to 20 percent higher than the national average, according to research.
It's "not a subject that we have talked about enough in the past and it's now a crisis for working families and our economy," said NCCA Director Cindy Lehnhoff.
The statue was toppled hours before the King of Spain, King Felipe VI, is to make a visit to San Juan to celebrate the 500th anniversary of San Juan's founding.
"Messaging that schools are safe—without taking the steps to make them safe—does not keep children safe," the nurses' letter said.
Here is a list of some of the most accurate and efficient at-home COVID-19 tests available on the market.
The vaccine mandate begins on January 17, and residents have until the 31st to receive at least one dose or face moving to an alternative location.
Of the 4,489 total reporting hospitals, 1,325 anticipate a critical staffing shortage within the week, the Department of Human and Health Services said.
"Can't stump us!" the TSA joked. This year's list of prohibited items includes a machete, fireworks and bullets.
"If I could go back and lose my sense of smell and taste, I would do it in a heartbeat," Ty Hunter said.
In an open letter to United Airlines employees, CEO Scott Kirby said that roughly 3,000 United employees are currently sick with COVID.
"If this works, there will be an endless supply of these organs for patients who are suffering," said Dr. Muhammad Mohiuddin.
"The investigation regarding this incident remains ongoing," a CBP spokesperson stated. At least 20 of the Haitian migrants required medical attention.
"It is very refreshing to see a country actually taking decisive and beneficial actions," one Reddit user wrote.
Trevone Miller had shot and killed teen Brayla Stone in order to "keep Ms. Stone from revealing that they were in a sexual relationship," according to court documents.
The tutor denied exaggerating any of her information and said she did not tell the school about her exam results.
"You honestly couldn't tell that she was sick," her brother, Jaylen Brown said.
A government tally showed 815 COVID-19 fatalities over the past 24 hours and 22,277 new coronavirus cases.
Advocacy groups have shared their support for the latest guidance, saying that the new policies would help students "thrive."
"I didn't make this decision without extensive consideration of all factors but I am convinced this action is the best path forward given the ever-changing environment we currently face," Governor Tate Reeves wrote.
"I just didn't take it as serious as most young people should. You're never too safe to go and get vaccinated," said a 26-year-old COVID-19 patient.
"More than a third of our cases of hospitalized children due to COVID-19 have required some form of critical care," said Dr. James Versalovic.
"Our single most important duty as festival hosts is to keep you and your music-loving peers safe festival weekend," the festival organizers said.
The $120 million offer came Wednesday morning, as Circuit Judge Michael Hanzman authorized the negotiation of an agreement with the unnamed bidder.
"I'm going to have the courage to do what I know is right to protect our children," Governor Andy Beshear said on Tuesday.
A site shared in California prompted visitors to "Earn extra cash! Report unvaccinated Family, Friends & Neighbors (FFNs) anonymously online."
"We will take legal actions and we urge the hackers to return the assets," Poly Network tweeted in a thread. The hack has been labeled the largest DeFi hack in history.