The fundraiser at Trump's Mar-a-Lago club in Florida is charging $24,200, which is not tax-deductible.
The deputy worked for 10 law enforcement agencies in the state since the 1960s and allegedly exhibited "inappropriate behavior involving juvenile females."
State Supreme Court ruled that he will not appear on Oregon's May primary ballot because of the residency requirement.
The wounded child was driven by her mother to a hospital, where she was pronounced dead.
The House panel is seeking the records from Timothy Enlow, one of the conservative radio host's employees.
"The situation is almost like war ... Cars hanging from poles, cars overturned, lots of mud and water still," said the Rio de Janeiro Governor.
James Massey, 23, pleaded guilty to charges of inciting and participating in a riot and faces a maximum prison sentence of five years.
"We are talking about people who knew how to sail, they are professionals, good captains and excellent sailors," Alberto Núñez Feijóo said.
The 43-year-old suspect who shot two police officers was out on bond for an aggravated assault of a family member two years ago.
U.S. intelligence officials say Zero Hedge is publishing articles created by Russian-controlled media.
Despite the approval for one neighborhood, water in 18 other neighborhoods in the area is still not considered safe to drink.
Paislee Shultis was found Monday in a makeshift room under a closed staircase leading to the basement of a home.
Craig Greenberg, who is running for mayor of Louisville, Kentucky, had his shirt grazed by a bullet on Monday.
The Kremlin's foreign affairs adviser called U.S. warnings of imminent military action "hysteria" and "madness."
Ukrainian officials say President Zelenskyy was being ironic when he made his comments about the possible invasion date and that he wasn't being literal.
Greenberg, who is running for mayor of Louisville, Kentucky, was not injured in the incident and a motive is unknown at this time.
The Ohio State Supreme Court ruled that the father hasn't contacted his daughters because he was following a judge's order to stay away.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams on Sunday said, "We won't let this violence go unchecked."
The Rodchenkov Anti-Doping Act allows prosecutors to seek fines up to $1M and jail sentences up to 10 years if actions affected the results of U.S. athletes.
"South Koreans currently staying there should evacuate immediately to safe third countries or South Korea," the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.
The country is scaling back its vaccine campaign because of the "large population immunity" from the third wave of the coronavirus.
The Russian coronavirus task force said the country reported 197,076 new cases and 701 deaths in just 24 hours.
Paris police said protests aimed at "blocking the capital" from Friday through Monday before heading to Belgium won't be allowed due to "risks of trouble."
The January 6 Committee says there is a gap in the White House's official phone log for January 6 when investigators know Trump was making phone calls.
"Our communities and automotive, manufacturing and agriculture businesses are feeling the effects," the state's governor tweeted.
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador confirmed the arrests of three individuals in Baja California for their connection to the killing of Lourdes Maldonado
The decision to remove mask mandates for schools goes against guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
As the nation transitions out of the pandemic phase, the decision to lift the restrictions will happen on the local level, Fauci said.
Arizona Senator Mark Kelly and New Hampshire Senator Maggie Hassan want to pause the federal gas tax with gas prices averaging $3.45 a gallon and potentially rising.
"If you can't detect a pulse after about 10 seconds, then you should begin CPR," Officer Nicole Mackenzie testified.