A county official in Illinois claimed that K-9 service dogs would be killed if voters approved marijuana for recreational use.
His comment was in response to Oliver North equating gun control activists with "civil criminal terrorists" in an interview earlier this week.
California Representative Duncan Hunter's candor came after a week of Trump surrogates hurling insults at McCain, whose announcement that he would be opposing CIA pick Gina Haspel roiled some within his own party.
Avenatti's critics often point to his media appearances in an attempt to discredit him.
The population of incarcerated girls and women increased from roughly 26,500 in 1980 to 214,000 in 2016, according to one analysis.
Neighbors told local media that the nuns ran a "hell house."
In a previous campaign video, the antiestablishment candidate for Georgia's governor's seat aimed a shotgun at a teenager who purportedly wanted to date his daughter.
His statement came as senators mulled over a last-ditch effort to save the abolished regulations.
An encounter caught on video showed a man arguing with Milano while another man accused her of being a "hypocrite" for having armed security.
The flight attendant allegedly told passengers "if your seat belt isn't tight, you f***ed up."
One reporter asked "why the president was not truthful with the American people."
Joseph James DeAngelo's public defender had attempted to block efforts by prosecutors to collect additional identifying information.
Conservative commentators and longtime Trump defenders have questioned the president's honesty in the wake of the Giuliani confession.
The Fox News host said she "put her legal hat on" while trying to make sense of the situation.
One of her posts seemingly promoted tearing down a statue of Barack Obama and accused the former president of trying to develop nuclear warheads.
Police said Jill Blackstone acted as her sister's caregiver, a factor that may have been a potential motive.
Stone, who worked for Trump until a rancorous split in 2015, was once on the group's payroll.
The candidate, who previously called McConnell's father-in-law a "Chinaperson," talks over a country melody in the political ad.
The rancorous debate on CNN mirrored conversations happening across cable news stations, as surrogates of the president denounced Wolf's cutting jokes but were forced to reconcile them with the president's own history of insulting opponents.
The conservative commentator claims there was a hidden subtext in the Aunt Lydia joke.
Despite immediate backlash to his tweet, Kentucky congressman Thomas Massie refused to delete the post.