The St. Louis Post-Dispatch editorial board said the "shameful roster" is "once again running interference for a lawless ex-president."
Prosecutors said Vinath Oudomsine lied about his business when applying for the loan, and used a portion of the funds to buy the card.
"We have a real-life autocratic movement alive and well in the United States," Steve Schmidt said Friday.
"We want you here. We want you to be healthy. Please get vaccinated," Governor Jared Polis said in a plea to unvaccinated residents Thursday.
"The individual began to spray water at the victim and proceeded to try and attack her," police said, adding the man punched the girl when she fought back.
"Nobody is going to lose their job on December the 9th if we're not perfectly in compliance," the company's CEO, Gary Kelly, said Thursday.
Sheriff's deputies said the man "became angry when his neighbor's cat had entered his property" and threatened to shoot the cat before shooting its owner.
The fire began on August 14 and has destroyed 1,003 structures including homes and commercial buildings, and led to one death.
The founder of Mastodon said it appears Truth Social is "absolutely is based on" his open-source social networking platform.
The town of Gorda is seeing sky-high gas prices as the cost of gasoline is surging around the U.S., with the national average at around $3.30 per gallon
"I've lived in Portland 35 years now, and I have never experienced the kind of gun violence that we're seeing right now," said one resident.
"Why take a chance...of having symptoms that may affect you for the rest of your life?" Northam asked, noting his favorite foods now taste like cardboard.
On Wednesday Trump said, "If we don't solve the Presidential Election Fraud of 2020…Republicans will not be voting in '22 or '24."
A recess this past week could have been an opportunity for Democrats to reach a deal on their sweeping agenda. But rifts only appeared to have deepened.
On Thursday the 78-year-old real estate heir was sentenced for the murder of friend Susan Berman.
"Governor Abbott's order means a cancer patient could be exposed to COVID-19 from an unvaccinated employee," said Dr. Joanna Schwartz.
"This is inhumane; this is not who we are as city, as a county, or even as a country. Or at least it shouldn't be," a police officer said.
The CDC said the number of infected "is likely much higher than the number reported, and the outbreak may not be limited to the states with known illnesses."
The mayor said the police union leader "is encouraging an unlawful strike and work stoppage which carries the potential to undermine public safety."
"Vaccines are our solution to drive change and slow the spread of COVID-19 in our communities," said Verizon Executive Vice President Craig Silliman.
Southwest Airlines said Thursday that "operational disruption" the company faced last Friday was behind the company's flood of recent of flight cancelations.
About 92 percent of the state's employee workforce of more than 60,000 have shown proof of vaccination. Employees have until Monday to get vaccinated.
"We cannot vaccinate enough of the public to fully eradicate the disease," Dr. Steven Nemerson said.
"We've seen many historical episodes where there is violence, people discount it...and the next time around you actually get the real thing," Hill said.
"We're tired of the chitty chat up in Washington. Get in a room and get this figured out," McAuliffe said Sunday.
Sixty-one percent of vaccinated parents—compared to 10 percent of unvaccinated ones—say their younger children will get the shot.
The new laws include a requirement for gender-neutral toy sections in retail stores and a ban on removing condoms during sex without consent.
"This middle finger is also to these motherf***ing men that want to tell us what the f*** to do with our body," she said at a performance.
The Taliban's statement comes a day after ISIS-K claimed responsibility for an attack at a mosque in Afghanistan Friday that killed 46 Shiite Muslims.
"I had a full-blown panic attack and it made me infuriated at the same time. You can't treat people that way," passenger Adron Mccarter said.