Georgia local Clark Wheeler caught a 24.5-inch shoal bass, which officially ties for the state record length.
"I don't think things were perfect in Ohio, but I think it was better here than in 90 percent of the states," Vance said last week.
Graham has voted to support every other Supreme Court nominee—both Democrats and Republicans—since he was elected to Senate in 2003.
The reveal came in a letter to the House Committee on Oversight and Reform.
The author of an upcoming book claimed that "staff in the White House residence would periodically find the toilet clogged" with paper.
The January 6 Committee says there is a gap in the White House's official phone log for January 6 when investigators know Trump was making phone calls.
The engineering manager now stands just one win away from equalling Matt Amodio's 38 victories—joining him in second place on the all-time "Jeopardy!" ranking.
On Wednesday, Trump's legal team filed a brief to the Supreme Court, asking the justices to rule in favor of Trump's executive privilege assertion.
Engineering manager Amy Schneider rounded out last week with $706,800 in winnings on "Jeopardy!"—breaking Larissa Kelly's previous record.
Earlier this week, Los Angeles had a record amount of rainfall, with 2.16 inches of rain, breaking a previous record set in 1888.
The last time they won a Thanksgiving game was in 2016 against the Minnesota Vikings 16-13.
The world's oldest annual marathon has been pounding the road since 1897, and its first-ever world's best time was set in 1947 by Korean runner Yun Bok-suh.
"There is no evidence that the victim was suffering from any mental health issue, or had otherwise decompensated," on the day he was killed, the judge ruled.
The subpoena was issued to the Joint Commission of Public Ethics, which approved Cuomo's book on the pandemic without a full vote from the 14 commissioners.
"Employers continue to struggle to find workers...and those willing and able to work continue to be very selective," Contingent Macro Advisors said.
The state hadn't seen record-breaking rainfall since 1982, when 13.6 inches came down in 24 hours.
The authorities will return 17 recovered funeral scrolls, manuscripts and other historic records that were about to be put up for bid in New York City.
"Today we learnt that vinyl doesn't like heatwaves," the man who sacrificed a Demi Lovato album jokingly concluded.
The U.S. Department of Justice announced Saturday it will cease its longtime controversial practice of secretly obtaining journalists' records during leak investigations.
Snowfall records have been broken at locations in Ohio, Kentucky, Kansas and Missouri. Weather experts say residents should brace for "unseasonably" cold conditions.
She broke the record with her 28th win, breaking a record previously held by country and bluegrass artist Alison Krauss.
The Powerball draw on Wednesday and the Mega Millions draw on Friday are offering record-high jackpot prizes.
The lamb's gigot, a word for "his backside, his bum", was particularly good, according to one of the purchasing farmers.
Billboard reported that physical album sales suffered the most due to COVID-19 restrictions, dropping 36 percent.
The latest feat comes ahead of a new film out next month dedicated to Natalia Molchanova, who held 42 world records before she went missing on a dive in Spain in 2015.
A surprise burst of September snowfall in the northern Rocky Mountains prompted the Montana Governor to declare an emergency Sunday as several feet of snow blocked roadways and buried homes across several states.
The lawsuit alleged that the Democratic Party had "declared all-out political war" against the president and was using subpoenas as "their weapon of choice."
"Why don't you get up and swing up on that [expletive] pole for me? That's all you people are [expletive] good for."