He used most of the money right away to help pay for his student debt and put what was left towards retirement, pledging to never touch it.
"I'm aghast at the food you're willing to waste. Awful." one user said.
"Tell him to bring you to 100k as he thinks that's already what he was paying you AND apparently 10k isn't worth keeping track of for him," said one commenter.
"In July, when we're getting the weather that we usually get in August, it's pretty scary," said Todd Sandstrum of Medway Community Farm in Massachusetts.
"When a boss says it's unfair to other workers, it means the other workers also need to get a raise," one user said.
The incident has been dubbed the "brown pelican crisis" with over 200 birds having now been found, with no sign of an explanation.
The White House is working on new strategies to handle COVID going forward, saying vaccines, testing and treatments make it less of a crisis than it has been.
Repairing the city's damaged pipes, which are 50 years old, could cost roughly $50 million for the 300 feet of replacement needed.
"It sounds like a lot. Could over a million people die in a decade? Yeah, very easily," lead researcher Dr. Keith Humphreys told Newsweek.
The Ethiopian government has deemed the Tigray region's attempt to gain greater regional independence from the larger state illegal.
Evergrande's creditors expect to see a $260 million payment, but the company faces challenges coming up with the funds.
About 77 percent of those in detention were arrested by U.S. Customs and Border Protection while 23 percent were apprehended by ICE, according to Syracuse University's TRAC.
The vice president has faced criticism for her role in responding to the border crisis. But with the number of migrant crossings on the decline, her mission to address root causes could finally be paying off.
Crisis PR experts say the actor and his influencer wife Hilaria should stay off social media and away from reporters after the shooting of Halyna Hutchins.
The U.S. official urged the military force to refrain from violence when handling the protesters.
"The money belongs to the Afghan nation. Just give us our own money," finance ministry spokesman Ahmad Wali Haqmal said.
Regardless of the status of a petition filed to leave the area, the group will leave the Guatemala border city of Tapachula at 6 a.m.
The group said that it plans to help the resettled Afghans in both the short-term and long-term.
"We have 'sacrifice zones' across our country, where people have made decisions to disinvest in certain areas," said a National Wildlife Federation official.
"If somebody gets sick around there, there's no place to take them," said Alfred Jonathan, an elder in the Athabascan village Tanacross.
A grand jury declined to indict the former Houston officers, who fatally shot Nicolas Chavez last year after he picked up a stun gun.
French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said the submarine deal between the U.S. and Australia is "unacceptable behavior between allies and partners."
"We remain dangerously close to crisis standards of care," said Idaho Department of Health and Welfare Director Dave Jeppesen.
"I don't think anybody will ever be ready to...make the kinds of decisions that we're concerned we're going to have to be making," Dr. Bill Dittrich said.
"Well, we did hear one solution. And that is that nobody is going to be able to ask Kamala Harris, 'why haven't you been to the border yet,'" the Fox News host said Saturday.
Social media users are joking about the Republican senator taking a vacation, following the backlash he faced for flying to Cancun during Texas' winter storm in February.
Drug seizures overall peaked in December 2020, when 1,175 pounds of illegal narcotics were taken, compared with 110 pounds the year before.
"The conditions are terrible for the children," Cuellar said. "The system is being overwhelmed right now. No ifs, no buts about it."