"It's almost like theft," FEC Commissioner Ellen Weintraub said. "I don't want to see donors tricked."
"In fact, it is just the opposite," Trump said of the handwritten notes reportedly penned by him.
Governor Hutchinson faced backlash from hecklers as he attempted to promote COVID-19 vaccinations on Friday.
State Rep. Alex Dominguez referenced the 1836 battle between Sam Houston and Antonio López de Santa Anna, which secured Texas' independence from Mexico.
"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 former White House chief of staff insisted the former president's endorsement has "unbelievable power at perhaps historic levels."
The CDC reports more than 610,000 people have died from COVID-19 in the U.S. since the start of the pandemic.
On Friday, House leaders said they were trying to win enough votes to trim the extension to October 18, instead of extending through December.
An unidentified witness provided the FBI with information about Glen Brooks after he sent a selfie from the Capitol on January 6 in a church prayer group text.
"We value our deep connection to the Russian people. Our people-to-people relationships are the bedrock of our bilateral relations," U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said.
U.S. District Judge Christopher Cooper rejected defendant Thomas Robertson's explanation for the purchases, which he claimed were World War II collectables.
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos said Friday he'd designated a former member of the Wisconsin Supreme Court as a "special counsel" who could contract more full-time investigators.
"I keep saying we're climbing the ladder in terms of more and more mandates, tougher and tougher measures to make sure that people are vaccinated," de Blasio said.
The Employee Rights and Freedom Act would allow employees to be exempt from mandates if they have a "firmly held belief" against any medical procedure.
This move comes a year after the Supreme Court stated his accountants had to share the tax returns and other financial records with Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr.
A group set up by Byrne gave a total of $3.2 million to a review of the presidential ballots in Maricopa County ordered by Republicans who control the state Senate.
"If they kick me out, I'm gonna feel good about what we just did, and not ever regret a damn thing," Newsom said.
Aaron Reitz apologized to Biles and said he had "opined on subjects for which I am not adequately versed."
"I think the people...deserve someone they can trust again, and I think I'm that person," state Representative Russell Fry said.
The Republican governor said "the path forward relies on personal responsibility rather than government mandates."
The president is asking states and cities to use federal rescue funds to provide $100 payments as an incentive for people to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Former Senator Claire McCaskill described the former senator as "loaded with intelligence and integrity" following his passing.