"It's very scary with the moratorium being over. All they need in Detroit is a landlord to pay for a dumpster," attorney Ted Phillips said.
The Cook County State's Attorney disputed the refund and filed a lawsuit with the Illinois Appellate Court in order to block it.
A second loss in two weeks could make Trump less significant and diminish his self-proclaimed kingmaker status going into next year's midterm elections.
"What we're planning on doing is tripling our two-man team. Right off the bat we want to clean up that 126 evictions," St. Louis Sheriff Vernon Betts said.
"I think the people...deserve someone they can trust again, and I think I'm that person," state Representative Russell Fry said.
"With this agreement, the EPA has committed to finally taking the necessary action to protect our communities and the resources we depend on," said New York Attorney General Letitia James.
The House of Representatives has decided to pass a bill that will raise U.S. Capitol Police pay as a result of the January 6 insurrection.
The Fair Lines America Foundations, a Republican advocacy group, sued the Census Bureau for information about how the count was conducted in group quarters.
While some residents defended the siren as part of the town's heritage, the chairman of the Washoe Tribe called it "a living piece of historical trauma."
"The political aspects of this case are manifest but must be ignored in favor of application of the law," Superior Court Judge Craig Karsnitz said.
"This is a monumental change by (the Employment Development Department) that will allow more claimants to be paid on time," said Daniela Urban, executive director of the Center for Workers' Rights.
Although the Taliban said they would not monopolize power in the region, they insist that a peace deal will not be reached until a new government is negotiated.
Health care disparities have hurt Americans of different races, geographic regions and income levels for far too long, and proactive solutions will be required to finally close the gap.
Backlash continues after a white city councilman in Alabama directed a racial slur at a Black city councilwoman.
"What is really on trial here is the future of America's public lands... oil, gas, coal, mineral extraction," said Democratic Sen.Maria Cantwell of Washington.
Democrats were unswayed by Republican arguments, leaving them short of the supermajority vote required to bypass the governor.
"The leader's statements on debt ceiling are shameless, cynical and totally political," said Senate Majority Leader Check Schumer.
Vallance wrongly stated around 60 percent of U.K. COVID-19 hospitalizations were among fully vaccinated people, rather than those who were not vaccinated.
"Representative Thompson ran for office to advance progressive policies, but his recent actions...have become an impediment to that work," the Democrats said.
The riots erupted after former President Jacob Zuma began serving a 15-month prison sentence for contempt of court.
Author Noemi Kiss called making LGBT literature off-limits "absurd" and "a limitation of freedom of opinion and expression."
France, the European Union and the U.S. urged Lebanese politicians to form a Cabinet and schedule an international conference to support the effort.
Advance Child Tax Credit payments issued by the IRS reached around 35 million families in the U.S. on Thursday.
A Planned Parenthood lawsuit caused a South Carolina abortion law to be blocked.
The Congressional Budget Office is projecting that this year's deficit will total a slightly smaller $3 trillion.
The U.S. blacklisted 14 Chinese companies on Friday for their alleged human rights abuses. China said it would safeguard the rights of Chinese companies.
Cubans are calling for an end to the long-lasting communist regime and pushing for their freedoms to be restored.
U.S. Representative Madison Cawthorn (R-NC) is speaking out regarding President Joe Biden's plans to go door-to-door and administer vaccinations to unvaccinated Americans.
Proposal would revise state's 1976 law to bar discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity in employment, housing and public accommodations.
The National Institutes of Health has hiked spending on animal experiments carried out abroad by almost a quarter in the last two years.