Since leaving office, Trump has received thousands of requests from people for personalized messages.
A full breach of the reservoir could cause 380 million gallons of water to be released.
The magnitude 4.0 earthquake on Monday was preceded by a magnitude 3.3 and 2.5 earthquakes.
The District of Columbia's fire department responded to the scene after a report of at least one victim.
Gaetz and his communications director "agreed that it would be best to part ways," according to his office.
Miller-Meeks says relying too heavily on ratings could prompt hospitals to close and potentially skew which patients are admitted.
The U.S. could encounter 2 million migrants at the southern border, according to CNN.
Greene's We Will Not Comply Act would also prohibit vaccine passports and requirements for people to attend public colleges.
Wednesday's shooting in Orange, California, is the deadliest in the city since 1997.
The United States helping to create economic opportunities in other countries could reduce the number of people who see America as their "only hope," according to Senator Alex Padilla.
Las Vegas and New York rolled out health passports that enable a person to prove they've been vaccinated or had a negative test result, but decisions are likely to be left up to businesses.
Christy Daniel Cugini, a Florida physician, was arrested on Tuesday after officials found a large quantity of drugs and homemade bombs in his home.
Governor Andrew Cuomo legalized marijuana on Wednesday, but there are restrictions on where a person can smoke.
Ronald Yandell alleged that his First Amendment rights were violated when his requests for a vegetarian diet were denied.
The suspect was allegedly seen in a viral video kicking a 65-year-old woman in the stomach, and then repeatedly kicking her once she fell to the ground.
A 17-year-old witness told a jury that Chauvin "started shaking" his Mace at the crowd that formed.
Federal beneficiaries who haven't received a stimulus check yet could receive their $1,400 payment on April 7.
Democrats are pushing President Joe Biden to include recurring payments in his economic plan but it's unlikely they'll get enough support from Republicans.
Donald Williams, a mixed martial arts fighter, got emotional while listening to the 911 call he made after Floyd was taken away in an ambulance.
In the footage, a suspect is seen choking a man until he passes out.
Senate Democrats are set to send President Joe Biden a letter on Tuesday calling for recurring direct payments and an extension of unemployment assistance if it's needed.
Nelson, who is part of a panel of lawyers that represent police officers, took over the case in June.
On Monday, Blackwell kicked off opening arguments in former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin's trial for the murder of George Floyd.
Wood, who was a vocal advocate of Trump's election fraud claims, criticized the party for not appreciating "amazing patriots."
The container ship's blocking of a key trade route raised concerns that gas prices would spike, thereby increasing the cost of nearly all products in stores.
The congresswoman said making a decision for a child to live is the "most responsible and reasonable thing" a parent can do.
State senators in Wisconsin and Missouri are looking to force prisoners to pay any restitution they owe before receiving an economic impact payment.
Passover tells the story of the Jewish people's exodus from Egypt and while it serves as a remembrance of their slavery, it's also a time to celebrate freedom.
Boulder Police officer Eric Talley was the first to respond to the shooting but his father says no piece of legislation could have saved his son's life.
Republicans are pushing for Biden to act on immigration as record numbers of children are crossing the U.S.-Mexico border.