State Rep. Alex Dominguez referenced the 1836 battle between Sam Houston and Antonio López de Santa Anna, which secured Texas' independence from Mexico.
"I think we're in for at least another year in this country of waves and surges of COVID," Dr. Celine Gounder said.
On Saturday, city officials said at least 4,058 people tested positive for COVID-19, marking the highest its been since the pandemic first began.
"We slept at the Capitol last night to ask them to come back and do their jobs. Today's their last chance. We're still here," Bush tweeted on Saturday.
The Arizona gymnast won silver in vault at the 2021 U.S. National Championships, finishing behind Simone Biles.
The Olympic gold medalist has yet to decide whether she will compete in the floor and balance beam finals.
Pro-Trump lawyer Sidney Powell said that the FBI had "a substantial if not leading role in creating the entire debacle" at the Capitol on January 6.
A recent study by the George Washington University Politics Poll shows that the majority of voters are in favor of President Joe Biden's performance as commander-in-chief.
"This stems from the Biden Administration's refusal to enforce immigration laws and allow illegal immigrants with COVID-19 to enter our country," Abbott said Friday.
Attorneys for College of the Ozarks filed their opening brief Thursday after an appeals court expedited their case against directive re-defining gendered spaces.
"The total we will have to pay will be well over $100k. But Christ is worth it!" the church wrote on Twitter.
"Cuban-Americans are hurting. They are hurting because their loved ones are suffering, and it's quite frankly intolerable," Biden said on Friday.
The meme shared by the Oklahoma Republican Party depicts a yellow Star of David that says "unvaccinated" and implores Facebook followers to "wake up."
"They don't care about your kids' school and education," the Republican Representative from Georgia told host Jenna Ellis.
British Columbia has seen a total of 1,259 fires since April 1. Currently, the province is in a state of emergency.
Despite his stint in the hospital, Peter Schultz would do it all over again. "It was totally worth it. It was epic," he told the local news outlet FOX 5 DC.
"Something is going on by the BU Bridge," a TikToker wrote. "All of Boston police is looking for somebody..."
"The safety and well-being of our employees during the pandemic has been and continues to be a top priority," the company said.
The Public Health Agency of Canada said people who submit false information about vaccination status could face a "fine of up to $750,000 or six months imprisonment or both."
"We're asking our leaders, which already have a higher vaccination rate, to make their example clear," said spokesman Scott Pope told the Associated Press.
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