U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson had harsh words Monday for former Attorney General William Barr, saying the Justice Department should not have withheld a memo from a watchdog group.
The original press release from the Minneapolis Police Department about George Floyd's death does not mention the force used by Derek Chauvin against him.
President Joe Biden spoke about his plans for coming out of the COVID-19 pandemic, reopening schools and getting people vaccines.
The original bill passed by the House offered an additional $400 weekly payment through August, while Republicans proposed a $300 payment through July. A third proposal offered a $300 payments through October.
Sen. Sullivan's father-in-law recently passed away, and he is flying back Friday evening to Fairbanks, Alaska for the funeral.
"A full-time minimum-wage earner makes less than $16k a year. This one's a no-brainer. Tell Congress to #RaiseTheWage!" Sinema wrote in 2014, when she served in the House.
"The front end was totally destroyed, the bumpers, everything totally destroyed," Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said.
The Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital in South Los Angeles reports seeing over 100 patients a day.
"We usually have 20 to 25 people over Christmas Eve for dinner, but not this year. Well, we're gonna miss our family, but it's what we need to do to keep our family safe. We hope you'll consider limiting travel and the size of family gatherings as well this year," President-elect Joe Biden said.
The Dutch government announced that starting Sunday, no flights from the U.K. would be admitted after a case of a new strain of coronavirus originating in Britain appeared in the Netherlands.
Nathan Larson waged three failed campaigns for public office in the state of Virginia. His platform included the legalization of incest and child pornography and the classification of women as property.
The parody, "WAmP: Wear a Mask, Please" is credited to Birdi Jay and is performed by The Mental Notes, one of Johns Hopkins University's a cappella groups.
One person was stabbed during a fight as counterprotesters clashed with supporters of the president after the pro-Trump "Million MAGA March" on Saturday.
Some Trump supporters have turned their backs on Fox News since the network called the state of Arizona for President-elect Joe Biden.
"It's hostile here, at least for us. They're following us and chasing us as we walk further back," Ellison Barber said.
"Make it big and get it done!" President Donald Trump tweeted on Saturday.
"Trump's not inviting any of us to dinner, nor is he coming to any of our dinner parties," said LaRonda Gumm.
"You got guns out ... I'm not gonna move my hands from my steering wheel," the Migos member said in the video.
The Nevada Republican Party filed a lawsuit asking for the counting of mail-in ballots to be stopped until the GOP can monitor the process.
Though Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska had previously said she would vote against Barrett because the hearings were before the election, on Saturday she announced she had changed her mind.
"The right to vote and the right to keep and bear arms are not mutually exclusive. No voter should be forced to choose between these fundamental principles," State Rep. Beau LaFave said.
"Last week, Biden, he attacked Christopher Columbus by refusing to recognize Columbus Day, and he wants to change the name of Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples Day.... Not as long as I'm president," Donald Trump said.
The stimulus package is scheduled to be voted on in the Senate Wednesday, though it will be a $500 billion proposal.
Twitter came under fire on Wednesday and Thursday over blocking links to the New York Post's recent article about Hunter Biden.
Though Barron Trump initially tested negative for COVID-19 when his parents were diagnosed with the disease, he later tested positive, albeit with no symptoms. Barron has since tested negative.
"Look, the only court packing is going on right now. It's going on with the Republicans packing the court now," Joe Biden said.
The Denver Police Department has reported one person shot at dueling protests—one a "Patriot Rally" and the other a "BLM-Antifa Food Drive"—and two suspects are in custody.
Ernst said that "it would be smart" for the Senate Judiciary Committee to be tested for COVID-19, but committee member Lindsey Graham says he doesn't need one because of a letter from his doctor.
The president's physician sent a memo Saturday night with updates on Trump's condition, saying he's fever-free, and has completed his second dose of Remdesivir.
The former New Jersey governor tweeted Saturday that he was checking himself in to Morristown Medical Center after testing positive for COVID-19 as a precautionary measure due to his asthma.