One of the defendants is a North Korean operative who was charged in the 2018 Sony Pictures hack.
Carlson is set to host the new video podcast and a long-form documentary series beginning April.
Sydney from Waxhaw, North Carolina, will meet with Senator Bill Burr's staff on Thursday in hopes of persuading the senator to co-sponsor the bill.
Schoen said he expected two or three more Senate Republicans to have sided with Trump's defense team.
"SkySilk will support Parler in their efforts to be a nonpartisan Public Square as we are convinced this is the only appropriate course of action," the new host said in a statement.
"If ever there was a time to Put. People. First—it is now, my friends," Orman wrote in her weekly newsletter.
"I will not go quietly until I draw my last breath," attorney Paul Davis wrote in response to questions surrounding his appearance outside the Capitol during the riot.
New data from Chinese scientists shows that there were 174 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the city of Wuhan during December 2019.
Migrants who fell trying to climb the 30-foot wall at the U.S.-Mexico border said agents refused to provide medical aid on American soil.
Senators Susan Collins, Mitt Romney, Lisa Murkowski, Ben Sasse, Patrick Toomey, Bill Cassidy and Richard Burr joined all of their Democratic colleagues to vote for a conviction on Saturday.
The CDC released a clear road map for educators to safely reopen schools during the COVID-19 pandemic. Biden has vowed to reopen all K-8 schools by April 30.
Although Cuomo's emergency pandemic powers will expire April 30, 14 Democratic state senators are joining Republicans in calling for those powers to be rescinded immediately.
New York Democrats are criticizing the governor's office after new allegations of a COVID-19 cover-up from Cuomo emerged this week.
Officials reiterated that healthcare providers and pharmacies have the capacity to administer many more doses, but lack the vaccine supply.
Erin Hawley said the attacks against her husband and family were not starting conversations, but "just meant to frighten."
"There were vicious attacks against progressives, people who I have worked with, me personally," Sanders told Tanden during her confirmation hearing.
A new report calling for sweeping restrictions on voting was approved by the Georgia Republican Party's Executive Committee this week.
Oakland activists and elected officials said Mayor Libby Schaaf is driving a wedge between the city's Black and Asian communities by blaming the recent attacks on Asian seniors on a lack of public safety driven by calls to defund the police.
House impeachment managers played security footage that had never been seen from January 6 on the first day of their arguments.
The Justice Department backed DeVos, calling demands that she testify "extraordinary, unnecessary, and unsupported."
"I don't need the job. I enjoy doing it. I'd like to win again, but if I don't, I can look at myself in the mirror and I'm at total peace," Kinzinger said about the possibility of losing re-election after voting to impeach Trump.
"The president of the United States sided with the insurrectionists. He celebrated their cause. He validated their attack," Cicilline said in reference to Trump's January 6 tweet about the Capitol riot.
Trump's defense team claims that House impeachment managers "abdicated" their responsibility to investigate the Capitol riot to the media.
Impeachment managers from Trump's first impeachment trial say it will be critical for those selected to prosecute the former president in the second trial to provide context leading up to the January 6 Capitol riot.
Brooks, a Trump loyalist known for leading the charge to overturn the election, said he's considering running for Senator Richard Shelby's seat in 2022.
Former President Donald Trump will make history this week as the only U.S. president to be impeached twice and the first to undergo trial after leaving office.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has selected nine House Democrats who will serve as prosecutors in the trial.
"What Republicans have proposed is either to do nothing or not enough," the president said after his $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package was passed by the Senate on Friday morning.
California Ripped Fitness has received at least 35 complaints from the Santa Clara County officials.
"They're going to try to convict him in the eyes of the American people and smear him forever," Trump's former chief White House strategist said.