"We consider this a private matter between two private parties and we're going to let the courts decide," said Michelle Williams, Lynn Fitch's chief of staff.
The South Dakota Republican Governor fired the director of the state's prison work program in August during a human resources investigation.
A group of parents of disabled students have filed a lawsuit to try and overturn the the state law, which also prohibits schools from imposing mask mandates.
"Despite what you may hear online, Vermont is in a better position than any other state to deal with COVID," Governor Phil Scott said.
CoreCivic, the company that privately operates the Leavenworth Detention Center, said the allegations its critics made are "false and defamatory."
Jennifer Granick, a lawyer for the ACLU, called the delay "a success for civil liberties groups' advocacy."
"Freedom is our motto. It makes us proud," said the sign of an Afghan woman who took part in a women's rights demonstration in Afghanistan's capital Kabul.
Polish authorities are investigating the mushroom poisoning of an Afghan family after they arrived at a quarantine center in Poland following their evacuation.
"They are talking about it, about the gunfire, and being scared of the Taliban, but we hope they forget all that," Yousef said of his wife and children.
The woman's parents filed a lawsuit alleging Nathan Sutherland had treated their daughter even though Arizona state said that she would be cared for by women.
Lacy Cunningham said that she supports vaccination but she can't get vaccinated herself due to health reasons.
So far, investigators have been unable to conclusively establish a link between the September 11 attacks and the Saudi kingdom.
"We're receiving hundreds of messages from people who want to buy our wine, but we have nothing left," said one vintner.
The fake aid applications were filed at almost all of the state's 116 community colleges on behalf of first-time applicants older than 30.
"What does this green card even mean? Nothing. They did nothing," green card holder Javed Habibi said of the U.S. government.
The $12,000 offer to move to Lewisburg, where roughly 4,000 live in the state's southeast, is accompanied by other incentives for a package worth over $20,000.
China's President Xi Jinping has ordered a "national rejuvenation" and more Communist Party control on broad aspects of its society.
At least nine people died in New York City and New Jersey due to remnants of Hurricane Ida hitting the region Wednesday evening.
"Just as the wolf went from predator to prey, so shall you," said an anonymous letter sent to at least two Idaho state lawmakers after they voted for the state's wolf law.
"I ask for your prayers as I continue to fight against the lawsuits stemming from these two allegations," DiMarzio said.
The ban implemented by former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has been extended annually since the 2017 death of American student Otto Warmbier.
"The lean winter season is fast approaching, and without additional funding, food stocks will run out at the end of September," warned a top U.N. official.
Russia, as a mediator, has reached out to the feuding Afghan factions, including the Taliban—even though it has labeled them a terrorist organization.
"Childless older women appear to be in a more advantageous position than their male counterparts in later life," the report said.
"Masks are not as effective as most of the pro-mask crowd are arguing," said Utah Governor Spencer Cox.
"The 2020-21 school year was such an uneven year with high health risks for students and staff" and more said State Superintendent Michael Rice.
Known as "Hong Kong Zaron," Zhang Jian is accused of leading the criminal Zhang Drug Trafficking Organization and selling fentanyl.
"We are currently in a fourth wave and there is importance in fixing shortcomings immediately," said a report by Israel's state comptroller.
"Ukraine's significant capability gaps must be urgently addressed to reinforce deterrence in light of the current Russian threat," said a notification from the Biden administration to Congress.