Ron DeSantis spoke about the proposed project during a roundtable discussion he held with other Florida-based Republican lawmakers.
Ten of 12 children who were in intensive care units in Mississippi Tuesday for treatment of COVID-19 were on life support, the state's top health official said.
"I am very, very excited," a White House assistant press secretary tweeted ahead of the singer's expected visit.
A video of the alleged attack on a 6-year-old Korean American boy has been shared on TikTok more than 2,100 times.
Several high-profile Republicans in Congress issued statements in support of Cuba's protesters on Monday.
After receiving treatment at a hospital, the two officers were released to recover from their non-life-threatening injuries at home.
The water level in Lake Mead dropped to a new record low of 1,068.55 feet above sea level by July 6, according to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation.
People will say, we always had fires; it's always been a part of nature, and it's always recovered," Jay Kehne,of Conservation Northwest told Newsweek. "But ... these fires that are occurring now have the threat that didn't exist in ancient history."
State legislator Kevin Kiley became the latest Republican to launch a recall campaign aimed at removing California Governor Gavin Newsom from office.
"This is essentially criminalization under the guise of providing compassionate services," said attorney Ron Hochbaum. "It's important to acknowledge that it would never work."
The film producer donated thousands of dollars to politicians over the years, a handful of whom are expected to run for re-election next fall.
California gubernatorial candidate Kevin Faulconer said the lack of progress in fixing problems at the state's Employment Development Department is "shocking."
"He lied about his wildfire prevention achievements and put the lives of millions of Californians at risk," Republican John Cox said Wednesday of California Governor Gavin Newsom.
Power grid operators encouraged Californians to charge their electric vehicles before energy conservation blocks set in during the state's latest heat wave.
"It doesn't matter who the candidates are," Democratic strategist Garry South said of the recall effort targeting California Governor Gavin Newsom. "Newsom is going to beat it on the first line anyway."
The California governor's campaign released its first TV and digital advertisements two days after the state's official reopening on June 15.
"Voters, even a lot of Democrats, viewed [Gray Davis] as not handling the electricity crisis that we faced in 2000, and particularly in 2001, properly. But that was a crisis that affected one state," a Democratic strategist said." [The pandemic] s a national problem, and it's affecting every state."
More recall efforts have been made in California during the first half of 2021 than in any other state, leading a record national recall effort, with Governor Gavin Newsom serving as the highest profile target.
Eighteen of the remote rescue stations are already in place in the Rio Grande Valley, and 30 more are expected to be deployed by the end of September.
A recent National Park Service report said the impacts of climate change mean "it will not be possible to safeguard all park resources, processes, assets, and values in their current form or context over the long term."
Some social media companies and fact checkers are backtracking on their earlier positions about the Wuhan lab leak theory, which President Biden said last month requires further investigation.
About 90% of the grapes used to make wine in the U.S. are already picked by machines, but researchers say there's still more machines can do to fill in the gaps caused by the California winery labor shortage.
Several Uyghur exiles told an independent tribunal they suffered forced labor, abortions, beatings and more while living in China's Xinjiang region.
The publisher told Newsweek it stands behind the book, which was written by Frank Sinatra's former road manager.
It is "very disappointing" but "not surprising" that many conservative states are lagging behind blue states in COVID-19 vaccinations, according to American Public Health Association Executive Director Georges Benjamin.
"California plans on using rates to help drive the charging behaviors that are going to help the state electrify transportation while cutting carbon from the grid and saving ratepayers and drivers money," the California Energy Commission's Patty Monahan said.
From 2011 to 2020, 5,107 of the 5,700 people who were injured by explosive weapon use in Gaza were civilians—nearly 90%.
"People don't want to leave—they have more reasons to stay than to leave," World Neighbors CEO Kate Schecter told Newsweek.
The mayor of Superior, a town at the center of a controversial mining project in Arizona, said the news was "very disappointing."
Congressional lawmakers raised concerns with Washington's special envoy to Afghanistan in hearings this week about the future of the war-torn country with a resurgent Taliban and U.S. troops withdrawn.