Seattle's longest-tenured city council member is facing recall for accusations including leading protestors to the mayor's house and a financial violation.
Former President Donald Trump endorsed Perdue in a statement Monday night that also criticized Kemp's stance on "election integrity."
China's Washington D.C. also tweeted that "no one would care about whether these people come or not."
New York City is close to approving a bill that would allow any legal permanent residents of longer than 30 days to vote in city elections.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Joe Biden are expected to discuss Ukraine tensions during a high-stakes video call Tuesday.
This latest development comes just a week after the House panel had announced the former White House chief of staff's cooperation.
The fabricated Christmas card featuring an image of the former president in a tuxedo was trending on Twitter before users realized it was not real.
The federal government is expected to default on its debts by January 28 unless an agreement is reached.
Redistricting is expected to make Nunes' congressional district less favorable to the Donald Trump ally.
In this daily series, Newsweek explores the steps that led to the January 6 Capitol Riot.
The juror had experience of violence against a woman and didn't know if she, as a mother, could remain unbiased during the trial, she said.
Aariel Maynor, 29, who was previously convicted of assault, robbery, and grand theft, was on parole during the time of the shooting.
Troopers Joselo Mechuca and Eduardo Tejada responded to a report of a car that drove into a ditch in Knowlton Township, NJ, the attorney general's office said.
The request, if granted, would allow for the public to hunt grizzly bears for the first in 30 years in Montana.
The federal aid will provide some Kentucky residents with access to potable water service or running water for the first time, according to Governor Andy Beshear.
The halt came from an order after it was requested in a civil trial, with plaintiffs alleging gerrymandering in favor of the GOP.
Nunes said that he was "humbled and honored" that Trump had offered him the position at Trump Media & Technology Group.
The Fox Nation personality has not been seen on TV since her comments last Monday, and the network has remained mum on the matter.
"The United States should fully boycott the Genocide Games in Beijing," said Cotton, an Arkansas Republican.
"I'm committed to using every tool I have to lower prescription drug costs for Americans...," the president said Monday.
Republican lawmakers and Governor John Bel Edwards are debating over whether he can overrule the rejection of his proposed mandate.