Manchin referred to the congresswoman as "young lady" while denying her claim that he has weekly "huddles" with Exxon and other lobbyists.
Barrett's confirmation to the high court in the waning days of Donald Trump's presidency sealed a conservative majority.
The student removing flags from a 9/11 memorial at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.
It comes after the former president decried the removal of the Confederate monument in Richmond, Virginia.
The state has 73 active clusters in K-12 schools, according to the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services.
The president of the American University of Afghanistan told Newsweek that over 1,000 other students, staff and their relatives are trying to get out.
A new law that prohibits abortions once a fetal heartbeat can be detected took effect in Texas on September 1.
Andrez Martina, 53, is facing multiple charges including first-degree intentional homicide.
Sarku Hibachi Grill & Buffet in Surfside Beach, South Carolina, required servers paid an hourly wage of $3 or less to share their tips with the owner and manager, an investigation found.
Davy Macias, of Yucaipa, California, was seven months pregnant when she and her husband were hospitalized after contracting the virus.
"I just can't believe no one told me that this was the last flight," the woman, identified only as Sara, said.
"She was such a bright light to everyone she touched," Gee's sister Misty Fuoco wrote on the fundraising page.
Berenson, dubbed "the pandemic's wrongest man," was permanently banned from Twitter for repeatedly violating the platform's COVID-19 misinformation rules.
"I regret to inform you that the high command at HKIA in the airport has announced there will be no more rescue flights," the university administration said in an email to students.
Some on Twitter suggested the 67-year-old weather forecaster was too old to be reporting live from dangerous conditions.
Marc Bernier's last tweet compared a Florida politician's encouragement of vaccinations to Nazi Germany.
It comes after a suicide bombing at Kabul airport claimed the lives of over 180 people including 13 U.S. service members.
Jennifer Granholm's travel raised questions as the U.S. continues to race to evacuate Americans and allies from Afghanistan before an August 31 deadline.
"I love my job," Gee had written on Instagram alongside a photo showing her cradling a baby at Kabul airport days before her death.
The winning numbers for Saturday's Powerball draw were 12, 22, 26, 46 and 59. The Powerball was 26 and the Power Play was X2.
Mustafa described his days-long struggle to enter Kabul's airport with his wife and one-year-old daughter after the Taliban's takeover of Afghanistan.
Employees who are not fully vaccinated by October 30 could lose their jobs unless they have "valid reasons" they cannot be, the airline said.
Many Afghans are desperately trying to flee their homeland after the Taliban quickly took control of Afghanistan earlier this month.
Refugee resettlement agencies were told to prepare to accept as many as 50,000 Afghans arriving in the country without visas.
Paul Farthing had been campaigning to get workers and animals from his animal welfare charity Nowzad out of Afghanistan.
Rep. Tom Malinowski said the "self-imposed" deadline had been "seized upon" by the Taliban.
Reps. Seth Moulton and Peter Meijer said they conducted the visit in secret because they were there "to gather information, not to grandstand."
Providing benefits and medical care to veterans will be the biggest single long-term cost of the post-9/11 wars, according to a new report.
The 6-foot-tall president kneeled so as not to block the view of those standing behind him as he posed for a photo with 2020 WNBA champions Seattle Storm.