The TRANSPLANT Act passed the House in a near-unanimous vote on Thursday and the measure has bipartisan support in the Senate.
The company said it was working with investigators and offered its "heartfelt sympathies" to all those affected.
The Constitution does not set out how many justices are permitted to sit on the court.
The Senate voted 92-6 in favor of progressing the bill, proposed following recent attacks on Asian Americans, to debate.
Former President Donald Trump previously complained about protesters throwing soup.
The Federal Reserve chairman said the outlook for the U.S. economy had "brightened substantially" in 2021.
The Democratic state leader said he was "closely monitoring" the situation in Brooklyn Center, amid protests sparked by the incident.
Mayor Mike Elliott said the curfew would be in place until the early hours of Monday morning as protests flared.
Brian Kemp's approval rating among local Republicans has risen sharply since the bill was signed.
The president's 51-year-old son sought to discredit the contents of the device seized by the FBI in 2019.
Governor Bill Lee signed a bill that will allow most adults in the state to carry a handgun without a permit.
The pro-gun lobby group The National Rifle Association said the White House's planned actions against gun violence were "extreme."
The state's Republican governor has signed a bill curbing federal rules deemed to impede the right to bear arms.
The former congresswoman said the ruling could have "massive implications" for women who want to run for office.
New York is the only state to have rolled out a COVID vaccine passport scheme to date.
The vice president said the White House would be "supportive" of the California governor.
The Republican Senate minority leader told corporations to "stay out of politics" late last week.
The Harris County deputy sheriff has now been put on desk duty as an investigation is underway.
The Republican lawmaker has denied any wrongdoing and claims to be the victim of extortion.
Local politicians said they were "saddened" by news of the attack in which four people were killed.
Former President Donald Trump's daughter-in-law said she was talking about a Senate bid with her family.
The Vermont senator said the Amazon CEO feared workers would unionize elsewhere in the U.S.
The Democratic representative said the White House hurt the measure by signaling that it was ready to negotiate.
Child migrant encounters at the Southwestern border rose by 61 percent between January and February.
The Republican senator claimed he and other lawmakers saw "overrun" detention centres on the border.
The state passed a bill penalizing schools that allow transgender women to compete in female sports.
The former president said reporters asked his successor "softball" questions at his first briefing.
The Republican senator from Arkansas said critical race theory was "anti-American" and inherently racist.
The former president told supporters that the vaccine was "safe" and "something that works" earlier this month.
The Republican senator said any proposed ban on assault rifles would fail to win 60 votes.