At the conference on February 28, the former president once again refused to acknowledge that he lost November's election.
Mary Ledbetter is seeking the damages for physical and emotional trauma and claims she was denied treatment for rabies.
The court, based in The Hague, the Netherlands, has been monitoring the conflict since June 13, 2014.
Raquel Davis, who lives in Sacramento, said some of her seven children had been skateboarding outside their home during the day.
Robert Sanford is one of around 300 people who have been charged for their activity in the January 6 Capitol Hill riots in Washington D.C.
After reviewing CCTV footage, the police determined the shooting to be accidental. No other injuries were reported.
The Senate majority leader said congressional Republicans at CPAC were "unconscionable" while the budget committee chairman said the GOP was becoming "authoritarian."
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has faced allegations of sexual assault, bullying, and hiding the true number of COVID-related deaths in state care homes.
Floyd, a black man, died of asphyxiation after a white police officer kneeled on his neck. Floyd repeatedly said "I can't breathe" and his death sparked global protests over racial injustice and police brutality.
President Biden's top medical adviser said children in high school—between the ages of 12 to 17 or 18—will be vaccinated in the fall. First school pupils will be vaccinated early next year.
Fauci said the pandemic hit at a time of "great divisiveness" in the U.S., but noted a new direction under President Biden.
Professor Robert Reich, who served as Labor Secretary under Democratic President Bill Clinton between 1993 and 1997, made the comments on Twitter.
The infectious diseases expert said he was concerned at the rise in disinformation around the pandemic, and that some lawmakers promote conspiracy theories around it.
Jennifer Faith's ex-boyfriend Darrin Ruben Lopez, 48, was charged on January 22, accused of killing her husband.
The winter storm that hit Texas and other states has killed at least 80 people, but officials have said that an accurate death toll will take time to establish.
The Greater Georgia organization intends to promote big tent policies within the GOP and to register and engage voters ahead of the 2022 midterms.
A poll released by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research on February 10 found that hesitancy around the vaccine was more prominent among Black Americans compared with other ethnicities.
After the president canceled permits for the Keystone XL pipeline claims swirled alleging his administration's involvement in the central Asian pipeline project.
The Utah lawmaker was one of seven Republicans who joined all 50 Democrats in the upper chamber to vote for convicting Donald Trump.
The family moved to the U.S. from Tela, Honduras, two years ago and were not used to such freezing temperatures.
An estimated 13 million people in the southern state were under boil water notices Thursday afternoon as officials responded to the winter storm that triggered power and water outages.
In a hearing of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, Rep. Debbie Lesko said Hispanics were "very good workers" but implied they weren't American citizens.
The allegations made at a city council meeting concerning the detective sargeant ranged from pulling vehicles over without reason to verbal harassment.
Betfair has said the chances of the California Governor being recalled stand at 2-1. A week ago, before the campaign hit its target, the odds were at 5-1.
The former president has only served a single four-year term, but the constitution allows presidents to serve for a maximum of two, meaning he could enter office for another term if he won again.
Marie, a long-time Donald Trump supporter from San Antonio, was the author of the message. She told CBS12 News that she wanted to remind the former president he is loved.
More than a dozen police trucks with four water cannons were deployed near Sule Pagoda in the capital, where many of pro-democracy protests have been taking place.
The woman told police that she joined Instragram in search of romance and that the person pretending to be Bruno Mars sent her a direct message, saying he wanted to be in a serious relationship.
Irving, Texas police are investigating the incident with the FBI and trying to establish how the man was able to enter the gated community that Van Duyne lives in.