Brandon Curtis, 35, died after a fight broke out between the group of teenagers in Humble, Texas.
The announcement comes as many service industry workers prepare to return to work following the lifting of the stay-at-home order.
At least five people have been taken to hospital, several of them critically injured as crews work to locate those who are injured and trapped in houses and collapsed buildings.
Hundreds of thousands living in a key Beijing district have undergone antibody tests, as well as throat, nasal and anal swabs as the Chinese capital attempts to halt its second wave.
"I believed I was following the instructions of former President Trump and he was my president and the commander-in-chief," Garret Miller said Monday while apologizing to Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) and Capitol Police for making death threats after taking part in the insurrection.
Minnesota health officials announced Monday that the first case of Brazil's "P.1" COVID-19 variant was detected following a random sampling of test specimens.
Most experts believe that $1,400 stimulus checks are likely to pass, but Americans may have to wait past March to actually receive the checks due to disagreements in Congress.
8 million more Americans, including 2.4 million Black Americans, were living in poverty at the end of 2020 compared to one year before.
Donald Trump's first impeachment trial, which concluded in early 2020, was presided over by Chief Justice John Roberts. Trump's unprecedented second impeachment trial will be presided over by Patrick Leahy (D- Vt.), the Senate President pro tempore.
President Joe Biden preached that the country requires "unity" to overcome its challenges in his inaugural address last week as it remains divided in its political ideologies.
A slightly higher share of Republicans and Independents support Trump's second impeachment compared to the first, the latest Monmouth University poll finds.
"We are being prudently cautious by already making moves toward developing booster shots that would specifically cover the mutants," Fauci said, confirming that both Pfizer and Moderna's COVID vaccines remain effective against South Africa's B.1.351 and the United Kingdom's B.1.1.7 strain.
The 80-year-old doctor holds a medical degree from Cornell University and began his 53-year career at the National Institutes of Health in 1968.
"It's important our notes reflect the history and diversity of our country, and the image of Harriet Tubman—a role model for leadership and participation in our democracy—gracing the new $20 note would reflect that," said the Treasury Department.
"It's a dramatic spike, but it's not yet cause for alarm," Gavin Naylor, director of the Florida Museum of Natural History's shark research program, cautioned.
"We want all Target guests to feel welcome and respected whenever they shop in our stores; we're deeply sorry for what happened, and we've terminated the security team member who was involved," said a Target spokesperson.
The pandemic has been politicized since it hit the U.S. last year, as pundits and politicians debate over state lockdown policies, wearing masks and even media coverage.
Princess Diana turned a potentially "terrifying" encounter with a paparazzi photographer into a game and "had a talent for reading children's hearts," according to her nieces.
Those eligible for the injection can register with the pharmacy chain to be notified when bookings for free jabs open.
California lifted regional lockdown orders on Monday even though the majority of the state's ICU capacity remains well below the parameter the governor initially set.
At least 19 bodies were recovered along a dirt road in northern Mexico on Friday after residents reported a burning vehicle across the Rio Grande from Texas. Investigators believe the victims had been shot before they were set on fire.