Earlier on Tuesday, Donald Trump told reporters that "we'll be taking a little ethanol tonight" during a rally in Iowa.
"I think this is the sort of super timely and imperative information that we need, as we know that this country and Google, would not exist without immigration," one Google employee wrote.
The proposed ban on sitting on monument steps is one of many ideas from mayor Luigi Brugnaro, and it is not going down well with locals.
Burgerville Workers Union has accused the fast-food chain of siding with white supremacists by implementing a ban on the buttons.
The directive also states that women would not be allowed to visit such establishments past 9 p.m. unless they are accompanied by a spouse or a male relative.
Trump has taken to Twitter to often levy jabs at political adversaries, the media or public figures he disagrees with, often aligning the various topics of his tweet rants to what is discussed on that morning's edition of Fox and Friends.
The new policy is coming into effect on September 19, Uber confirmed.
"If I cannot have a cat, it almost becomes unhealthy for me to live in my house," Omaui resident Nico Jarvis said.
Only a minority of Russians regard LGBT activists as people who "do not pursue destructive goals," according to the survey.
The senator's speech provoked a quick response from opposition Parliament members.
Ron Paul said Silicon Valley social media giants like Facebook and Twitter are censoring "antiwar activists and libertarians" because tech companies are just extensions of the U.S. government.
The substances attack insects' central nervous systems and can even hinder birds' ability to navigate.
Winnie-the-Pooh has become a symbol of resistance among those who oppose the ruling Communist Party.
The Russian government hit back on sanctions by taking Western cheese, fruit and foodstuffs, only to bulldozer them at the border.
A Montreal-area gym was the scene of deadlifting drama last week that led to one staff member getting suspended after a random member attacked another he thought was being too loud.
"We didn't expect that the Supreme Court would uphold such a racist ban," Mulgeed Alrubyee said. "For me, I feel like our families are not welcome, which means we are not welcome."
Opponents of the Supreme Court's travel ban decision have suggested the verdict would have been different had Merrick Garland been confirmed as a judge in 2016.
"Mr. Putin, if love among men is a disease for you, then we are very sick. And you know what? It's contagious," the commercial says. However, the ad sparked controversy.
The app must share encryption keys to read users' messages or face a nationwide ban, Russian authorities said.