The jailed lawyer's finances are being assessed after a prosecuting attorney suggested he could be hiding millions of dollars.
Birx accused the White House of being "distracted" with campaigning for the 2020 presidential election.
The father can either receive the vaccine or submit to weekly testing, according to a judge's ruling.
The maximum penalty Scheller could have been issued was a forfeiture of two-thirds of his monthly pay for 12 months and a letter of reprimand.
"This is me accepting accountability. But it deeply pains me that my senior leaders are incapable of being as courageous," Scheller told the judge.
On Thursday, Lieutenant Colonel Stuart Scheller plead guilty to all six misdemeanor-level charges during a court-martial hearing.
Despite its opposition against the federal death penalty, the Biden administration asked the Supreme Court to uphold the verdict of the jury.
The FBI's failure to notify its field office in Michigan about the complaints against the former USA Gymnastics team doctor reportedly enabled him to continue abusing at least 70 girls.
"Why is it limited to $1.5 million in damage to (the) Capitol itself, when the cost of the riot to the taxpayers is half a billion?"
U.S. Capitol Police Officer Harry Dunn and other officers talked of the racism involved in the Capitol insurrection during a hearing Tuesday.
The audio clip has been shared online with nine options to choose from, including "Bart Simpson bouncing" and "baptism piracy."
Arizona Judge James Blake issued the warrant after Tim Gionet failed to appear at a hearing regarding his violation of release conditions following a December altercation.
"I believe Amazon should be scrutinized. We should scrutinize all large institutions, whether they're companies, government agencies, or non-profits," the world's richest man is expected to tell Congress.
"There are things small companies simply can't do. I don't care how good an entrepreneur you are, you're not going to build [a] Boeing 787 in your garage," the Amazon boss is expected to tell politicians on Wednesday.
"Facebook is a successful company now, but we got there the American way: we started with nothing and provided better products that people find valuable," Zuckerberg will say.
"Everybody that saw me going into the court house, including the court security officers and the marshals were very supportive, and made statements to the effect of 'I don't blame ya, man.'"
Facebook announced that it was purchasing the GIF-platform for $400 million, and users reported an issue sending one GIF in particular, but Giphy said that it's not intentionally removing anything.
Ainsley Earhardt and GOP Rep. Todd McClintock defended Trump's Ukraine dealings by saying Americans elected him to "be Trump."
An online spat has broken out between the congresswoman and the presidential counselor over the former's reporting on dire conditions at migrant detention centers.
Assange was too ill to appear via video link for a hearing in U.K. court over extradition to the United States.
Of more than 850 open investigations into domestic terrorism, 40 percent were racially motivated violent etremism cases, and a "significant majority" of that 40 percent focused on white supremacists.
"We gotta get their daddy home!"
"He's here," Representative Steve Cohen joked to his House colleagues as he walked into the room with a bucket of KFC and a small statue of a chicken, a stand-in for the attorney general.
Colbert cut together clips of Wednesday's Senate Judiciary Committee hearing to give his own take on Attorney General's performance.
Democrats "are very devastated because they looked at the report and there was absolutely no collusion and there's no obstruction," Trump reiterated on Wednesday after Barr's Senate hearing.
"I'm not in the business of determining if lies were told to the American people," Attorney General William Barr said. "I'm in the business of determining if crimes were committed."
MSNBC's Brian Williams and Nicole Wallace interrupted Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham's claim there was "no collusion" found in Robert Mueller's report, offering a rare real-time fact-check Wednesday.
The top court will consider whether the Census Bureau can ask people living in the United States about their citizenship, starting next year.
"What Klein said is an outright lie," the Deputy Director of Jewish Voice for Peace told Newsweek.
The hearing was held less than one week after special counsel Robert Mueller issued his report on potential collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.