The state's business, scientific and technical sectors are expected to be among the first to recover, economic forecasters predicted.
All students and faculty who return to campus will be required to wear masks and practice social distancing.
More than 900 of the 1,500 people who registered for a COVID-19 vaccine clinic were ineligible under the state's current guidelines, according to a Pasadena city spokesperson.
One in 10 Americans said a family member of theirs died after contracting the virus, the poll found.
The former president said that election-related bills making their way through the Legislature are "not in the interests of all Georgia voters."
The dosing problem occurred on February 28 and March 1 at the Oakland Coliseum vaccination site, according to a state health official.
Jacob Chansley is one of more than 270 people facing federal charges in connection with the January 6 riot, according to a George Washington University tracker.
The graphic divided characteristics into categories of "privilege" and "oppression/resistance."
The school reopening deal received bipartisan support in the state legislature earlier this week.
The House previously passed a version of the bill that would raise the weekly unemployment payments to $400.
The poll also found that 59 percent of New Yorkers don't want him to run for re-election in 2022.
The Michigan governor spoke with actors Chris Evans and Mark Kassen about homegrown domestic terrorism, which she said is "a real and growing concern."
A recent study found about 20 percent of those who have been charged in connection with the riot at the U.S. Capitol on January 6 have served in the military.
The report outlines alcohol-related allegations during two presidential trips in 2014 and 2016.
The state legislature granted Governor Cuomo's expanded emergency powers last March to aid his administration's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
An earlier version of the bill passed the House in 2019 but was stopped from a Senate vote by Mitch McConnell—who no longer controls the chamber.
The Georgia House of Representatives passed the proposed legislation on Monday.
Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick called for her resignation earlier Monday.
About $2.4 billion in assets were not in use, not in use as intended or in disrepair, according to the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction.
Donald Trump announced later Friday he will be supporting a former aide who plans to challenge one of the Republicans who voted for his impeachment.
The former president's son delivered his remarks at CPAC during a scheduled "Reigniting the Spirit of the American Dream" speech.
Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick said similar legislation is on his list of priorities for Texas' state legislature this year.
If enough signatures are validated to trigger an official recall, experts believe the election would likely take place this fall.
The New Mexico congresswoman seems likely to become the new head of the Interior Department after Sen. Joe Manchin said he plans to vote for her confirmation.
A former aide has accused the New York governor of repeated sexual harassment.
Video of Daniel Prude's arrest by Rochester, New York, police officers inspired a wave of protests when it was released last September.
The North Carolina senator praised Merrick Garland's record and history of working with both Democrats and Republicans in a Tuesday statement.
Virginia will become the 23rd state in the U.S. to ban capital punishment once Governor Ralph Northam signs the legislation.
The campaign announced earlier this month it collected the minimum number of signatures needed to trigger a recall election.
The lawsuit alleges that the discount codes helped boost MyPillow sales by between 30 and 40 percent.