"China intentionally misled America and the world about what they knew and slowed our response," Kansas Senator Roger Marshall said.
"The most likely outcome is that cash and extraordinary measures will be exhausted during the month of October," Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said.
The colossal statue stands at 190 feet tall, weighs close to 1,200 tons and will cost $24 million to move.
While there's been a slight uptick in U.S. vaccinations, the increase has not been nearly as high as some federal officials estimated.
"We're trying our best to make sure it doesn't fall into the wrong hands. But no one has an ability to fully protect the other side after it was sold," Yair Lapid said.
"I wasn't consulted prior to the creation of the website and the ad campaign and had I been would have expressed my displeasure with it," said Katie Brennan.
"At this time, family and personal circumstances demand my full attention and focus," Kentucky Representative Robert Goforth wrote in a letter announcing his resignation.
The Taliban, the militant group that ruled Afghanistan in the late 1990s, vowed it will "honor and create a peaceful and secure environment" in its new era.
Golos is the only group in a new registry of "foreign agents" created by Russia's Justice Ministry for groups not recognized as legal entities in Russia.
The former lawmaker's lawyer said he stole from the campaign as "an act of desperation rather than greed," in order to help his family farm.
Several California universities as well as Google, Facebook and other companies headquartered in the state have announced COVID-19 vaccine mandates.
"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.