"We cannot have government officials pick and choose what laws they want to follow," Commissioner of Education Richard Corcoran said in a statement.
Though the pace of evacuations has picked up, tens of thousands of people are still waiting to leave.
"We don't want people to be stuck in traffic on the Cape Cod bridges when the storm is in full force on Sunday," Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker said.
"To have a pressure point, you have to be willing to negotiate in ways the Taliban can accept," said Anthony Cordesman, an advisor for the U.S. government on Afghanistan.
"There is lots of evidence that supports masking and there is no evidence that it causes any harm," pediatric infectious disease specialist Dr. Jessica Snowden said.
The violence was "a reminder of the Taliban's past record and a horrifying indicator of what Taliban rule may bring," said the head of Amnesty International.
"These officers put their lives at risk every single call and their families never want to get the calls they're getting today," Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller said.
"Our search crews are actively working, searching for more victims and more survivors," said Travis Donaldson, emergency services director for Haywood County.
Kidnappers have contacted the families of both doctors, but there is no information on ransom demands.
One of the recent incidents involved a man who threw his carry-on bag at other passengers and stuck his head up a flight attendant's skirt before he was restrained.
"It's terrifying. I'm afraid that we're going to have a lot of really sick kids in addition to the spread, which is going to be a lot of sick adults," Dr. J. Stacey Klutts said.
"We have something fundamentally wrong with the way we do our intelligence assessments in our country," said Chris Miller, who deployed to Afghanistan in 2001.
U.S. health officials announced plans to dispense COVID-19 booster shots to all Americans amid the surging Delta variant and signs that vaccines' effectiveness is slipping.
Golos is the only group in a new registry of "foreign agents" created by Russia's Justice Ministry for groups not recognized as legal entities in Russia.
Organizers call themselves "Justice for J6" and have told authorities it will be a peaceful event, but officials fear it could quickly become violent.
"It's not possible to send people back to Afghanistan in these days. It's not safe," European Union Home Affairs Commissioner Ylva Johansson said.
Authorities on Monday evacuated nearly 75 homes near McDougal Lake, many of which were seasonal cabins in the deep forest.
"The government's priority is the safety of Polish citizens," the Defense Ministry said in a statement.
"Our plan is to protect the American people, to stay ahead of this virus," CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said.
"Safety recommendations are welcomed and encouraged—mandates that place more stress on students and families aren't," Arizona Governor Doug Ducey said.
Meanwhile, the Taliban violently disbanded a protest, leaving one killed.
"These disruptions...are going to continue for a while," Mississippi State Epidemiologist Dr. Paul Byers said.
"The training center served as a conduit for many of the illegal payments at issue in this case," Assistant U.S. Attorney Erin Shaw said.
The former lawmaker's lawyer said he stole from the campaign as "an act of desperation rather than greed," in order to help his family farm.
UPS shipped fewer packages in the U.S., eBay's number of active shoppers slipped 2 percent and Amazon's sales grew just 13 percent.
"This is cutting edge. There's no other venues in the country that are doing this," said Governor Steve Sisolak.
Fanned by strong winds, two new big wildfires erupted Monday, triggering evacuation alerts for villages southeast and northwest of Athens.
General Frank McKenzie, head of U.S. Central Command, said the U.S. military will defend the airport with force if it becomes necessary.