The Biden nominee, whose confirmation was rescinded without explanation on Wednesday evening, would be the first woman to serve as Army secretary.
The former U.S. ambassador to the U.N., appointed by Trump, dodged a question about his responsibility for the riot.
The vice president told students they had "much to offer" as she noted COVID restrictions hit their final school years.
The Democratic governor failed to sit six feet apart from friends at an East Lansing bar and grill at the weekend.
The Fox News host criticised Cuomo after it was revealed he had offered political advice to his brother.
The former president said the Republican Senate leader was weak, amid the ongoing GOP civil war after his departure from the White House.
The Republican state leader said he was "extremely concerned" about the theory being taught in local schools.
An Indiana police department is using the technology to teach officers how to handle dangerous situations.
The Trump Organization chief financial officer has worked with the former president for several decades.
The House Republican leader voted against plans for a Capitol riot commission investigation on Wednesday.
The GOP lawmakers who voted in favor of the commission split with the bulk of their party over the bill.
Progressive lawmakers have called on the Biden administration to take harsher action against Israel over conflict in Gaza.
New data shows most gas stations in D.C. and North Carolina faced gas outages on Sunday evening.
The Detroit News said the Democratic state leader had proposed "ridiculously inadequate" alternatives to the pipeline.
The network said it would not work with Raja again "in any capacity" after his anti-Semitic tweets were surfaced.
The Republican congresswoman said she has no plans to run for the presidency in three years' time amid speculation.
The Minnesota House approved legalization of the drug, but the bill is likely to die in the GOP-controlled state senate.
The Wyoming Republican said the network had a "particular obligation" to combat claims the election was stolen.
Democrats raised concerns about the future of the GOP as its pro-Trump wing celebrated Rep. Cheney (R-WY) being ousted from her position as House Republican Conference chair.
The son of former President Donald Trump also called on the party to oust "CNN and MSDNC" Republicans.
The D.C. police officer can be heard screaming and telling protesters he has children as he is assaulted during the Capitol riot on January 6.
A Chinese Communist Party-aligned newspaper also dismissed fears about the rocket's landing as "fussiness."
The Vermont senator said repealing the cap on the tax deduction would send a "terrible message" to voters.
The Biden administration has temporarily relaxed fuel transport regulations to keep lines open after the attack.
The Detroit News also urged the governor to clean out her communications team amid questions about transparency.
Global Times wrote that Russia and China were "moving closer to each other" and relations may "continue to deepen."
Rep. Eric Swalwell said the Missouri senator was a "phony" for selling "The Tyranny of Big Tech" on a big tech platform.
Moderate tremors were felt in Reno and Carson City, and people as far away as Sacramento felt light shakes.
The Republican lawmaker also said the suspension of her press aide's account was an act of "unconstitutional overreach."