"The United States has long been concerned about the People's Republic of China's irresponsible and destabilizing behavior in cyberspace," the White House said.
"These are the richest companies in the world...there's absolutely no reason they shouldn't be able to monitor this better," Sen. Klobuchar said.
"She needs to do her research and understand the history in America," Berry said, after Jenner called the athlete's protest "disgusting."
The incident took place in the Dive Ghat neighborhood of Pune, a city in the western Indian state of Maharashtra.
Officials confirmed a person in the Games Village in Tokyo has tested positive for coronavirus, days before the event is due to start.
The former vice president accused accused Joe Biden's administration of replacing "patriotic education" with "political indoctrination" during speeches in Iowa.
Lieu, a California Democrat, criticized Kelly after she said on her podcast that the media had exaggerated the January 6 deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Violence erupted in the KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng provinces after the jailing of former President Jacob Zuma.
Lamya Robinson's parents say they are considering legal action after the incident in Livonia, Michigan.
Keegan Casteel was arrested after a member of the cleaning staff told police they saw guns and ammunition in his hotel room overlooking Chicago's lakefront.
Officers in the Second Precinct decided to destroy documents after the Third Precinct headquarters was overrun by rioters and burned down in summer 2020.
Black Lives Matter issued a statement after Cubans took to the streets to call for political change amid the nation's worst economic crisis in decades.
Emily Galvin-Almanza said she and other passengers were about to board when gate agents said the flight was canceled because the pilots were too exhausted.
Police said the woman intentionally ran through a red light at high speed in Beachwood, Ohio.
The shows were canceled after threats were made "directly to Oz and to library staff," according to the Campbell County Public Library in Gillette.
Sinkholes are a common occurrence in Florida, where much of the land is underlain with limestone.
P. K. Shader, 70, said she was brutally beaten by a Walmart employee following a dispute over checkout lines in Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin.
"I encourage you to study my father's teachings & words well beyond the last lines of 'I Have A Dream,'" Bernice King wrote after McCarthy invoked her father's famous speech.
The agency's warning came as social media posts circulated about boaters preparing to sail to Cuba in a bid to deliver supplies.
A new poll found Americans are overwhelmingly against protests by athletes like Gwen Berry, who turned away from the flag during the Olympic trials in June.
"State-sanctioned murder is not justice," said Pressley, as she called on the president to commute the sentences of all inmates on federal death row.
Protesters chanting "freedom" and "unite" marched in cities from Havana to Santiago calling for President Miguel Díaz-Canel to step down.
The 42-year-old woman told investigators that her ex-boyfriend, 24, was choking and hitting her when she stabbed him once in the chest.
People on Twitter criticized Harris after she suggested it would be "almost impossible" for people in rural communities to provide photocopies of their IDs.
"Comparing Trump to a clown is most definitely an insult to clowns," Acosta said. "He's more like one of those mask-hating customers at the grocery store."
The Georgia congresswoman described critical race theory as "completely evil" and said teachers' unions working to legally protect teachers are "communist."
"We are very concerned about the Delta variant and other variants that could emerge and threaten recovery," she told reporters following a G20 meeting in Italy.
The winning numbers in Saturday night's Powerball drawing were 1, 5, 29, 54, and 62. The Powerball was 3 and the Power Play was X2.
During his presidential campaign, Biden proposed a tax credit of up to $15,000 to help American families buy their first homes.
Nathan Allen gunned down an Air Force veteran and a retired state trooper in Winthrop, Massachusetts, on June 26, authorities said. He was fatally shot by police.