\"Keith Lee in a match is one thing, Keith Lee in a competitive match is another thing, but Keith Lee in a championship match is another thing entirely and I look forward to displaying that.\"
The Nationals took a surprise 1-0 lead in the series after winning Game 1 5-4 on Tuesday night thanks to Juan Soto's exploits.
The move by Republicans, most of whom do not sit on one of three relevant committees, trying to access the classified room led to the witness' testimony being halted. It was unclear if and when it would resume.
Jason Aaron Gibson tossed the iguana into the alligator pen at the Monroe County Sheriff's Office Animal Farm in Key West, Florida.
"The scale of the problem is growing enormously year after year," a vice president at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children told Newsweek.
The president has called the negotiations with Turkey after the fallout from his Syria withdrawal a "big success."
The November elections are for local councils but are set to become a proxy vote on the government's handling of the months-long protests and Beijing's encroaching influence in the territory.
In nearly a dozen cases reviewed by Newsweek, drug firms that flooded the U.S. with deadly painkillers over the years have clauses in their settlements that absolve them from saying they did anything wrong.
"Do we want to live in a surveillance state matching what's going on in China right now or do we want to live in the country we all thought we were living in?" said Elizabeth Daniel Vasquez.
Jamar Davis, 30, is facing child desertion charges after a customer found his son wandering in a Walmart parking lot while Davis worked inside.
Convicted sex offenders in Butts County, Georgia, say their 1st Amendment rights are being violated.
Meshell Hale, 51, of Baton Rouge, is accused of poisoning Damian Skipper in 2015 and murdering Arthur Noflin Jr. in 2016.
A legal brief that Democrats plan to file in federal court will reference Trump's recent effort to hold the G7 Summit at Trump National Doral Miami because of their belief that he continues to violate the Constitution by trying to receive money from foreign governments.
"The trend for decades with respect to law enforcement agencies is a ban against officers shooting at a moving vehicle because it is likely to be ineffective and carries a high risk of lethal harm, including to bystanders," Hina Shamsi, the director of the National Security Project at the ACLU said.
The 115th edition of the World Series gets underway with Game 1 in Houston on Tuesday night as the Astros host the Nationals.
Protestors clashed with police during an illegal protest on Sunday, where protesters vandalizing pro-China businesses were met with tear gas and water cannons.
"You just gotta look forward and never look back," he said.
The Pliocene epoch was a paradise for primates. But that ended 2.6 million years as ice sheets started to expand.
"They came into the house and kept like, ordering me stuff and it would show up to the house."
The composite image was made of over 400 photos taken as the International Space Station moved over Namibia to the Red Sea.
The president told Fox News host Sean Hannity that impeachment is a "disgusting" word and that Democrats are more "vicious" than Republicans.
The president said he didn't need the money or the attention that would come from hosting the G7 Summit at one of his properties.
Tamanna Nusrat, a member of parliament from the ruling Awami League party, is accused of paying up to eight lookalikes to pretend to be her during exams. She has since been expelled from the university.
"These [Republican] members are in a situation where they just can't defend the indefensible," former Representative Charlie Dent said.
Those who pimp out women and children under the guise of temporary marriages betray Shia values—and exacerbate Islam's worst sectarian divide.
The long-awaited Nickelodeon-themed amusement park will open its doors this Friday.
Mevlut Cavusoglu said Turkish forces agreed to a five-day pause to operations to allow Syrian Democratic Forces to withdraw and that Turkey stood ready to resume the invasion.
The message was scrawled on the mural in Edmonton, Alberta, as the 16 year old passed through the city for a climate change rally.