"There are dozens of reasons to leave and very few to stay," said Brian Dawe, national director of the nonprofit organization One Voice United.
Powell's term is set to expire in early February, but former presidents have announced decisions on re-nomination by late summer or early fall.
France has also threatened to block British boats from docking at its ports if more French boats aren't granted licenses to fish in U.K. waters by Tuesday.
Britain's prime minister called for immediate action on global warming at the opening of the U.N. climate conference in Scotland.
Australia withdrew from its contract in September to build diesel-electric submarines with a French company, instead inking a deal with the U.S. and Britain.
David Neal Cox wrote to the state Supreme Court's chief justice in 2018 saying that he wanted to rescind all appeals and have his execution date set.
Rina Oh named Virginia Giuffre, who recently filed her own sexual coercion lawsuit against Prince Andrew, in the Manhattan federal court filing late Thursday.
Friday was the deadline for all of Ochsner Health's 32,000 employees in Louisiana to get fully vaccinated against the virus or face a potential firing.
"We didn't want everybody to know exactly what we were doing because we didn't want all this, the circus," Albany County Sheriff Craig Apple said.
A paper from the Director of National Intelligence expanded on findings initially released in August from a 90-day review ordered by President Joe Biden.
The 89-year-old was found dead in October of 2018 hours after being transferred to a West Virginia penitentiary from the Coleman prison in Florida.
Chicago Blackhawks owner Rocky Wirtz asked to have the assistant coach's name removed after Brad Aldrich was accused of sexually assaulting a player in 2010.
Experts say that Joro spiders don't pose a threat to humans or pets and typically won't bite unless threatened.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced companies to offer higher pay to entice workers to fill the near-record number of open positions.
"This is a desperate map from a desperate party," said Adam Kincaid, executive director of the National Republican Redistricting Trust.
His years as sheriff inspired thousands of lawsuits over issues such as jail deaths, failed investigations into his political opponents and immigration raids.
Children can be exposed to lead through old paint, dust that's been contaminated and by drinking water traveling through lead pipes.
John Catsimatidis, a billionaire grocery chain and real estate mogul, described the Democrats' plan as "a little bit insane."
"I cannot say that we've never recommended something that you might consider hate," said Antigone Davis, Facebook's head of global safety.
Businessman Alex Saab, whom prosecutors accuse of aiding corruption in Maduro's inner circle, was extradited to Miami this month.
John Marion Grant, 60, was convicted in 1998 and given the death sentence for fatally stabbing prison cafeteria worker Gay Carter.
The president of the Maine Chiefs of Police Association described the illegal operation's alleged connection to officers as "very upsetting."
A federal judge in the District of Kansas designated the group, previously called the United Nation of Islam and Value Creators, as a cult in 2018.
Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo encouraged the city to vote against the new public safety unit that will be included on a ballot next week.
The nonworking period is scheduled to begin Oct. 30 and last through Nov. 7, but some of the more seriously affected regions and Moscow began early.
The World Health Organization's Africa director warned that a shortfall in syringes to vaccinate the vulnerable population "could paralyze progress."
The Vatican hasn't allowed independent photographers and journalists into papal audiences since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
"It's not likely that this was specifically targeted at the NRA, the NRA just happened to get hit," said an intelligence analyst at a cybersecurity firm.
Lionel Womack, a former police detective, said the incident seriously injured his back and pelvis, as well as his right thigh, knee and foot.
The National Retail Federation predicts that sales in November and December will grow between 8.5 percent and 10.5 percent.