The former president has spent more than $140 million in Facebook ads running for office.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken sees an urgent need to prove authoritarian leaders who boast about the problems with democracy wrong.
A 911 dispatcher reportedly heard screaming before the call was disconnected.
Bill Gates and Ann Winblad remained so close after their breakup that Bill reportedly asked her for permission to marry Melinda.
Wiles advised people to "flee into the mountains" and said the one positive is that vaccinations will rid the world of "stupid people."
Californians have months to file their tax returns, but the sooner they file their taxes the sooner they'll receive their payment.
At least 70 Democrats in the House and the Senate support recurring payments, and a Change.org petition has garnered more than 2 million signatures.
Officials believe the remains belong to a 39-year-old woman who was found on Friday evening after not returning from walking her dogs.
Josh Duggar, 33, was arrested on Thursday for allegedly possessed material showing children under the age of 12 being sexually abused in May 2019.
The GOP rep said those who supposedly denied security fencing wanted a "perfect situation" for violence that the media and left could blame on pro-police rally attendees.
"I wouldn't be out there doing this if it wasn't 100 percent real," Lindell told Steve Bannon on his podcast.
During a press briefing on Friday, China advised the new administration to "learn its lesson" and stop pointing fingers at Beijing.
North Carolina House Speaker Tim Moore expressed concerns about the legislation garnering enough support.
All but one echelon of troops have returned to their permanent bases after weeks of exercises that raised concerns about the potential for war.
The former president said that the network is "somewhat different than it was four years ago."
The president's more restrained approach to Twitter may limit the chances for gaffes but also reduces his ability to connect with voters on a personal level.
Biden failing to make noticeable strides on voting rights and police reform could hurt Democrats in the 2022 midterms.
Representative Jamaal Bowman responded to the president's joint address of Congress with an outline of progressives agenda to 'rebuild our nation with a new foundation."
The Supreme Court will consider the scope of the Second Amendment and Trump wasn't wholly confident about how it would rule.
IHG Hotels, which owns Holiday Inn, said employees deserve to be treated with "dignity and respect" and they're working with the hotel's owners to learn more about the incident.
The president is likely to discuss the coronavirus pandemic, his infrastructure plan and equity in America.
Twitter users criticized the person who posted the video, as well as the customer who recorded the altercation.
Vaccinated individuals now have more freedom with regard to mask wearing than non-vaccinated individuals because their risk of spreading the virus is extremely low.
China criticized Biden's sanctioning of Russian diplomats and called Russia a "comprehensive strategic partner," in a sign of a growing relationship between the two countries.
Police haven't apprehended anyone for either shooting and are asking for the public's help in identifying the perpetrators.
Jackson said the pandemic would end eventually but it would take a generation to "undo the damage" Black Lives Matter has done.
You can contact the California Franchise Tax Board, but the agency advises people to wait 45 days before reaching out.
Zhao's Oscar victory for directing "Nomadland" should be celebrated, a film critic told the Global Times, but the social issues it highlights may not capture Chinese moviegoers.
Baskin said the sanctuary had to close down because of the pandemic and the "crazies" who believed everything they saw on the Netflix series.
Those who don't file their 2020 tax return by Friday will have to wait up to 45 or 60 days to receive their payment.