Attorney said it's "preposterous" for the man to be charged with murder in the deaths of "American soldiers fighting in a war commenced by the United States."
In a statement released Friday, Amazon's audiobook service Audible said it had removed its app from mainland China's app store "due to permit requirements."
"He can't get rid of it until next year. There's nothing to put back in place," candidate Eric Adams said of Mayor Bill de Blasio's plans to eliminate the program.
The commission said the proposal of imposing term limits on Supreme Court justices had "the most widespread and bipartisan support."
"It is disappointing that the prosecution is still alleging that Danny was working for Myanmar Now in March 2021," Frontier Myanmar's editor-in-chief said.
Protest was part of "a historic surge of Indigenous resistance" in the nation's capital that started Monday, Indigenous Peoples' Day, outside the White House.
"American consumers still have plenty left in the tank despite some tough-to-find and pricier items," wrote Sal Guatieri, director at BMO Capital Markets.
A Capitol Police officer allegedly contacted a rioter, allegedly telling him to remove posts from Facebook showing that person in the Capitol during the riots.
"I think in some cases, it's actually left Russia's reputation...a little worse off than it would have been if it had done nothing," professor Judy Twigg said.
A lab in central England has been suspended from processing COVID-19 tests after an estimated 43,000 swabs reported a false negative.
At least 47 people were killed and 70 wounded after multiple explosions went off inside and outside an Afghanistan mosque during Friday prayers, witnesses said.
A majority of Americans also reported they would be more likely to report sexual misconduct if they witness it after the attention given to the #MeToo movement.
Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias said U.S. forces will be able to train and operate "in an expanded capacity" at the additional bases.
"I was afraid because it was plenty, and so I brought it home and gave it to my aunty to keep until the owner could ask for it," the Liberian teenager said.
"My son went to that job faithfully every day, worked long hours ... comes home stressed because they're talking to him any kind of way."
"Fake reviews and other forms of deceptive endorsements cheat consumers and undercut honest businesses," said Samuel Levine of the FTC.
The Lucy mission will be the first spacecraft to visit a group of asteroids around Jupiter known as "the Trojans."
As Libya is not considered a safe port by the U.N. refugee agency or the European Union, the captain was convicted on abandonment-related charges.
"This is an event that should've never happened. I'd also like to apologize to my mom and my daughter," Christopher Henderson said of the quintuple homicide.
Nursing schools across the U.S. have reported high enrollment as students see the vacancies left by nurses burned out by the pandemic as a career opportunity.
The Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported over 8 million COVID-19 cases since the pandemic started, but many other cases are undetected.
The number of employees being laid off has dropped, but businesses are still struggling to find employees to fill vacancies left by the pandemic layoffs.
A Putin spokesman said the Kremlin will avoid lockdowns "as long as the health care infrastructure isn't overwhelmed and remains in a working condition."
A Chinese official said the drills were provoked by "Taiwan's independence forces" and "external forces."
Pakistan International Airlines spokesman Abdullah Hafeez said "the situation on the ground is not conducive for international flight operations."
The U.S. wants to develop seven offshore wind farms to deploy renewable energy off the East and West Coasts, as well as in the Gulf of Mexico.
Mexican visitors account for 65 percent of retail sales in Del Rio, Texas, and business owners are hoping eased restrictions will lead to economic recovery.
"We are prepared to turn to other options if Iran doesn't change course, and these consultations with our allies and partners are part of it," Antony Blinken said.
The men were sentenced to 45 days in jail for turning a protest into a "violent occupation of the U.S. Capitol," the judge said.
"If we take a stand here for ourselves...it's going to make a difference for the whole manufacturing industry. Let's do it," a John Deere employee said.