Ilya Shapiro came under fire on Wednesday over his remarks on President Joe Biden's potential pick for the U.S. Supreme Court.
The American Academy of Pediatrics has reported a sharp increase in infections, with nearly 1,151,000 COVID-19 cases in children in the week to January 20.
The U.S. Navy has told Newsweek the footage was taken onboard USS Carl Vinson on Monday.
Grant, 46, was put to death by lethal injection shortly after 10 a.m. on January 27 at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary in McAlester.
"This November is about one thing: It's impeaching Joe Biden to stop this madness and to stop this illegitimate regime from destroying our nation," said Bannon.
Shares in a leading e-cigarette flavor maker dropped more than 67 percent after news broke that its chairwoman was being investigated by Chinese authorities.
If extradited and convicted in the United States, Assange faces up to 175 years in prison on 18 espionage and fraud charges.
"We will always respond to any deterioration of our security environment, including through strengthening our collective defence," the head of NATO said.
"I made a mistake. I acted intemperately. I'm very embarrassed that I did so," 31st District Judge Alexis G. Krot said in a statement Thursday.
The governors of South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia each issued a state of emergency this week ahead of the forecasted winter storm.
"The truth is I almost declined to be the inaugural poet. Why? I was terrified," Gorman wrote in an op-ed published in The New York Times.
"If you want to stop somebody, you are not going to just be talking about sanctions," Trump told Sean Hannity on Thursday.
Several Chinese cities have been placed under lockdowns over COVID-19 outbreaks in recent weeks, including Tianjin, located just 70 miles southeast of Beijing.
Previously, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the Biden administration is concerned the Kremlin is preparing for "widespread human rights violations."
A Michigan judge shamed a 72-year-old cancer patient for not maintaining his lawn, sparking calls for her removal.
Winter storm Izzy has caused travel chaos as wintry weather conditions forced airlines to cancel thousands of flights ahead of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
The major winter storm caused widespread travel disruption and power outages on a holiday weekend.
The customer was caught on video slicing up dresses worth thousands of dollars after she was allegedly refused a $550 deposit.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's office has apologized to Queen Elizabeth II over parties held No.10 during lockdown.
The teenager collapsed in his school's gymnasium after ingesting a substance on campus, officials said.
Center for COVID Control says it will use the pause for staff training, a refocus on customer service and to ensure compliance with regulatory guidelines.
Police say a dispute between four individuals, which started days earlier, escalated.
Mayor Eric Adams said that according to a preliminary report, he believes the Bronx apartment building was "up to the current standard" of the local fire code.
Gregg Brelsford said "Republican state and national leaders and candidates have lost sight of key values that make America great."
"It is morally distressing and physically exhausting that we continue to do this 2 years into the pandemic," one nurse said.
"He gave the world a lot of joy and lived his life for goodness' sake. :'^}," wrote Carrey.
Some teachers will receive $5,000 bonuses to stay, as record numbers quit the profession.
"We had between 800,000 and a million Abbott test kits in our warehouse that did expire," a top state official said Thursday.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte challenged those who disagree with his order to file a lawsuit against him.