The California congressman has called the former president a "clear and present danger" to democracy.
In a review, a prosecutor cited police body camera footage that he said showed the man who was shot pursuing a deputy with what looked like a shotgun.
The van Gogh piece is his 1888 watercolor work, "Wheatstacks," which shows three tall haystacks in a field next to harvest workers on a bright summer day.
Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Michael Kemp said Senate members can't release findings without also releasing the information that guided the findings.
The Biden administration is hoping the report showcases how serious the U.S. is about tackling climate change.
Annika Dworet, whose 17-year-old son was killed in the Parkland shooting, said she and her husband "would like to see" Nikolas Cruz "suffer."
The warmer ocean temperatures decreased the number of small fish that puffins and their young offspring rely on for food.
The number of Puerto Ricans who marked themselves as white dropped nearly 80 percent from the 2010 census.
Justice Department spokesman Anthony Coley said that the federal government plans to ask SCOTUS to overturn the appeals court's decision.
Italy's requirement to show a Green Pass to attend work has established the country's stance on COVID-19 prevention as one of the toughest in Europe.
Trump initiated the policy, officially known as Migrant Protection Protocols, in January of 2019, but Biden suspended the practice on his first day in office.
The U.S. destroyer ultimately changed course and left after making "an attempt to cross the Russian sea border," according to Russia's Defense Ministry.
Because they can't be charged as adults, drug cartels in Mexico recruit children to complete drug sales, act as lookouts and even kill.
Ramesh Rajasingham, UN's deputy humanitarian chief, warned that up to 4 million people could have their aid reduced "in the coming weeks and months."
Two plaintiffs say they were raped by a French graduate student; others say they were targeted with harassment, unwanted physical contact or retaliation.
More than 160 troops have formed across Mexico to search for the missing, with some participants looking to ease their own pain.
"Oklahomans will face tremendous delays and costs in accessing abortion, and many will be entirely prevented from obtaining care in the state," the filing said.
"While we are making progress collectively, there is still a lot more progress that we need to make," said U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai.
The initiative looks to "reignite generosity" as financial donations have dropped to an all-time low, with just 50 percent of people contributing to causes.
The union said it would strike if a deal wasn't reached Wednesday, and workers formed a picket line outside the plant about 15 minutes after the deadline.
The South Carolina lawyer was arrested in Florida, where his lawyers said that he was recovering after claiming that he was shot in the head by his home.
Arrangement has sparked criticism from Democrats who say legislators shouldn't represent lawsuits against their own state, but ethics officials say it's legal.
The suspect allegedly killed five people and injured three with a bow-and-arrow in Kongsberg. He is being held on preliminary charges and will face a custody hearing on Friday.
Authorities said it was the most protracted and violent street fighting in Beirut in years.
The expanding fire erupted on Monday near the Alisal Reservoir in Southern California, and 1,300 firefighters are currently battling the blaze.
Social media and government representatives at the International Forum on Holocaust Remembrance blamed social media for contributing to a rise in antisemitism.
If Dilawar Syed is eventually confirmed for the Small Business Administration role, he would be the highest-ranking Muslim official in the U.S. government.
The wax figures at Dubai's Madame Tussauds include a sultry Kylie Jenner, a beaming Chinese President Xi Jinping and a handful of Bollywood dance stars.
If it does recommend a booster for J&J, the agency will also need to decide whether recipients should get the shot two months or six months after initial vaccination.
"We are going to work, we are going to church, we are going to the store, but we can't go to the hospital and be with our loved ones?" said the petition's creator.