"We're asking our leaders, which already have a higher vaccination rate, to make their example clear," said spokesman Scott Pope told the Associated Press.
U.S. District Judge Christopher Cooper rejected defendant Thomas Robertson's explanation for the purchases, which he claimed were World War II collectables.
"The nation of Kosovo is in the hearts of the entire Biden family," the president said with his son Beau Biden's children just off camera.
"Just say the election was corrupt and leave the rest to me and the R. Congressmen," Trump said at one point to then-Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen.
"We seriously warn this group: They are obliged to remain restrained and obey the rules," China's state-run media said in an editorial.
"They were kids, and they were put in a death trap," attorney Eric Dubin said at a press conference while accompanied by the families of some of the victims.
Milton was released on $100 million bail after pleading not guilty, paid for by two Utah properties, including one a prosecutor said was valued at $36 million.
The mayor's attorney, Jeffrey Breit, called the investigation an attempt to "throw a political bullet in the middle of a campaign."
Since October 1, the U.S. has stopped Nicaraguan migrants at the southern border more than 19,300 times, far surpassing the record 13,000 stops in 2019.
"We believe now is the right time to take the next step in achieving a fully vaccinated workforce," Baylor Scott & White said in a statement.
"It's sad and it's sickening that parents would put their own child at risk, at health risk, for their own profit," Attorney General Leslie Rutledge said.
The president of the Public Service Alliance of Canada and its Customs and Immigration Union said that members could strike as soon as August 6.
Gardner was charged with manslaughter and other felonies in last year's May 30 shooting death of James Scurlock, 22, outside Gardner's bar.
According to Labor Department data, factories have recouped about two-thirds of the 1.4 million manufacturing jobs lost due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
"It's smart, it's fair and it's in everyone's interest," Governor Andrew Cuomo said in a Wednesday Zoom call with the Association for a Better New York.
"Parents, share your concerns with your schools. They need to hear from you." Austin, Texas, Mayor Steve Adler tweeted on Tuesday.
"I'd rather have a summer break and not have all the breaks at the beginning of the year," Harvick said.
"We want him back," CEO Mark Murphy told 3,900 shareholders who gathered at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
"The recovery is not assured until the pandemic is beaten back globally," IMF chief economist Gita Gopinath said.
"It is a challenge to figure out how to stay aggressive while also playing for the team," U.S. assistant coach Lloyd Pierce said Tuesday.
"Everybody is gonna be selling their cows, so it's probably smarter now to do it while the price is up before the market gets flooded," rancher Buzz Bates said.
A pathologist testified that the exact number of stab wounds the University of South Carolina student suffered is unknown because of the number of her injuries.
The U.S. Geological Survey announced Saturday that average daily water levels had dropped about an inch below the previous 1963 record of 4,191.4 feet.
The Russian Prime Minister said the protest was "unacceptable in light of the fundamental position of the Russian side" on the southern Kuril Islands.
"As we enter month two alone, without any other families, we feel helpless," the missing victim's brother told the Associated Press on Friday.
The authorities will return 17 recovered funeral scrolls, manuscripts and other historic records that were about to be put up for bid in New York City.
"We are in touch with the federal government and lobbyists to help educate them that the Indian mission system didn't start with Carlisle," the chief said.
Boaters said they would not enter Cuban territory in an effort to avoid escalation and potential consequences.
A spokesperson said only that the key came from a "trusted third party" and the company would share it with all victims.
Amanda Dodson was fired following an investigation uncovered that 77 inmates were injected with up to six times the recommended dose of the Pfizer vaccine.