"Let's Go Brandon" has gained popularity amongst conservatives as an anti-Biden slogan.
Lawyers for Alec Baldwin and a film armorer claim their clients have been found not at fault after the film's OSHA report was released.
Singing 'Bad To The Bone' by George Thorogood, Rudy Giuliani sprang from the colorful box, bringing surprise to both the audience and judges.
"The unnecessary panic caused by this apparent negligence was particularly harmful for Members, staff and institutional workers still grappling with the trauma of the attack on their workplace on January 6th," Pelosi said.
"Looking at some of our projections, a robotaxi ride will cost less than a bus ticket—a subsidized bus ticket or a subway ticket," Tesla CEO Elon Musk said.
Husel's lawyers argued that he was providing comforting care to dying patients, not trying to kill them.
It appears that Bill O'Reilly took out his frustrations on the employee, calling him a "f***ing scumbag."
With nearly 2,000 National Guard troops already in Europe, officials are discussing whether to send more service members to rotate deployments.
"It used to be like you'd be able to put your kids in front of the Disney Channel, and all right, something innocuous will happen," Texas Senator Ted Cruz said.
The U.S. Department of Justice will appeal a Florida judge's ruling striking down the federal transportation mask mandate only if the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention agrees it is necessary for the public's health.
"The solution can never be as good as it would have been before the shooting started, but there is a solution, and it should be figured out now," the former president said.
Five years after she claimed she was kidnapped and abused, Sherri Papini formally entered her guilty plea and confessed it was all a lie.
Russian media claims Google's alleged move to decensor Russian military bases comes amid "strained relations" between the country and the U.S. tech giant.
The Supreme Court has decided to not intervene with the U.S. Air Force from disciplining a service member after he refused to get the COVID-19 vaccine for religious reasons.
A South Carolina prisoner was faced with what he called "two unconstitutional methods of execution," the electric chair or carried out by firing squad.
"Until President Biden decides to fulfill his constitutional duty to secure the border, we will continue to do whatever it takes to protect the safety and security of all Texans," Governor Abbott said.
"In the Great State of Ohio, the candidate most qualified and ready to win in November is J.D. Vance," Trump wrote in a statement.
"There is no medical reason to ban abortions after 15 weeks; there are only potential harms," said Dr. Kelly Thibert of Bradenton, Florida.
"They're the same in this aspect—when you believe that men can become women, why wouldn't you also believe that you could print wealth?" Kirk asked.
"Our objective now, as is evidenced by the enormous package of military assistance we put out today, is continue to help and assist the Ukrainians in this war," said White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki.
"I mean, we are not going to have a 200-mile gerrymander that divvies up people based on the color of their skin," DeSantis said.
Newsweek compiled a list of House representatives not sanctioned by Russia, noting that the list of names is bipartisan.
Frank R. James, the person of interest identified by NYPD in connection to the Brooklyn subway shooting, warned of the dangers in the subway in a video posted on YouTube.
Mariupol Mayor Vadym Boichenko estimates about 21,000 civilian deaths in his city, calling the act "genocide."
The shooting has led to rewards, a re-examination of subway cameras and New York's mayor telling America about gun control.
Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer is the first leader of the West to meet with President Vladimir Putin since Russia began its invasion of Ukraine.
Mice, rats, cockroaches, flies, and bed bugs are among the most common hotel pests, according to pest control experts.
The war nears 50 days. The death toll has mounted, supplies are running low in Ukraine and the carnage is hard to see. But they keep fighting Putin's war.
In a widely-shared clip on social media, Nationals pitcher Steve Cishek threw a fastball clocking in at 88 miles per hour, striking Francisco Lindor in the face.
"I see no excuse for Mitt Romney not only voting for this judicial nomination, I see no excuse for him giving it a standing ovation."