Chauvin was recently found guilty of the murder of George Floyd last May in Minneapolis. Now he could face another trial.
The White House hasn't signed onto the measure, and press secretary Jen Psaki noted that the payments "are not free."
Newsmax host tweeted a picture in khaki pants next to Trump and the internet responded.
A new report released by the Labor Department on Friday found that employers added only 266,000 new jobs last month, roughly a quarter of what economists had predicted.
The Detroit News also urged the governor to clean out her communications team amid questions about transparency.
Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin told the Leaders Summit on Climate on April 22 that "climate change is making the world more unsafe and we need to act."
Nikki Phillippi, who boasts more than a million followers on YouTube, has lost 10,000 subscribers amid a backlash over having her dog put down.
Derek Chauvin, Thomas Lane, J. Kueng and Tou Thao were indicted on additional charges related to the death of George Floyd.
Burning a body after death is an important part of the Hindu funeral process.
TikTok users are asking the father and his baker daughter to start mass-producing the unusual cookie cutters.
China said that a "vast majority" of its rocket expected to plummet back to Earth over the weekend will burn on its re-entry and poses a low threat.
Newegg remains the only U.S. retailer to currently stock Microsoft's next-gen console, which has sold out everywhere else.
Police officials have ruled the explosion that injured former President Nasheed an act of terror. No group has claimed responsibility.
The clip shows Noble Police Sgt. Joshua Lesher grabbing a gun that was aimed at him and firing his own weapon at the assailant.
Jason Matthew Balzer had been on the run from the police since earlier this week — he fled his home in the northern city of Nam shortly after his wife disappeared.
Hassan Khadair's content features a Mickey Mouse puppet's aggressive and profanity-laced reactions to TikTok videos.
Following the fourth round of talks between world powers in Austria on Friday, a Russian delegate said Iran and the U.S. were making headway in a process to bring the U.S. back into the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.
"We simply don't know where it's going to land," Dr. Michael Kaku said.
When the "Golden Week" holiday ended, many people defied requests to work remotely and returned to their offices on packed trains.
Resources for COVID-19 patients in Nepal have become increasingly scarce as hospitals run out of available beds.
Idaho's bill to kill 90 percent of its 1,500 wolves has passed the State Senate and State House of Representatives.
McIntosh said the New York congresswoman has been "a pretty far-left Republican" throughout her career.
Sony's next-gen console is once again sold out at major U.S. retailers but more restocks could land as early as Friday.
The rocket will help scientists study the Earth's magnetic field lines by releasing a cloud of vapor.
The uncle of Vice President Kamala Harris said he does not blame his niece for the United States' delayed response to sending aid to India as cases surge.
Ingenuity will ascend to an altitude of 16 feet during its next flight.
After a year of less-than-ideal learning conditions, we'll encounter struggle no matter what. The question is: Can we make that struggle productive? And are we bold enough to embrace it?
The top 10 cities to be a first-time mother are split between the east and west coasts, a study has found.
The footage was captured on a network video recorder (NVR) with the camera recording 20 frames per second.
Global Times wrote that Russia and China were "moving closer to each other" and relations may "continue to deepen."