Drug seizures overall peaked in December 2020, when 1,175 pounds of illegal narcotics were taken, compared with 110 pounds the year before.
Greene announced the move after Waters urged protestors to "get more confrontational" if Derek Chauvin is found not guilty of murdering George Floyd.
"It certainly wasn't my intention" to question Biden's "physical or mental" state, the Republican senator said.
The Fox News anchor pointed out that Biden was "just as confident back in 2011 about pulling all U.S. forces out of Iraq."
Just 38 percent of Americans approve of a Democratic plan to add four new justices to the nation's top court.
The MyPillow CEO drew the dream out for his friends. "I could see the picture vividly," he said.
"The scum and liars in the media are calling me a racist by taking something out of context," the congresswoman told Newsweek.
The conservative group has been criticized for promoting nativist ideas, but also inspired many to mock the reference to the early settlers of Britain.
Experts have pointed out that the term was invoked by racist and white supremacist groups in America's past.
Equal pay legislation proposed by House Democrats faces opposition from Republicans and business groups. They argue the bill will hinder employers and lead to unnecessary lawsuits.
The sign from the Mad Dog political action committee follows sexual misconduct allegations about the GOP lawmaker—which he denies.
The Constitution does not set out how many justices are permitted to sit on the court.
The former president remains the favorite for the Republican presidential nomination in 2024, should he choose to run, based on recent polling.
The former president remains a popular choice among Republican voters for their next presidential nomination.
The Fox News host questioned the effectiveness of coronavirus vaccines. Dr. Fauci pointed to clinical trials involving tens of thousands of people that showed an "overwhelming signal of efficacy."
"This pandemic billionaire wealth surge is a grotesque milestone after three decades of wealth steadily flowing to the top," said Chuck Collins of the Institute for Policy Studies.
Former GOP Speaker of the House John Boenher was called a "Trumpocrite" and "morally bankrupt" on Tuesday after it was revealed that he voted for former President Donald Trump in 2020 despite his recent heavy criticism of Trump.
Stephen Cilurso blamed himself for drinking while using his phone and allegedly conceded to detectives that "my mouth is my worst enemy."
The Fox News host doubled down Monday evening, saying, "in order to win and maintain power, Democrats plan to change the population of the country."
Rick Scott presented Trump with the National Republican Senatorial Committee's inaugural "Champion for Freedom" award on Saturday.
"I don't really beat up too many people in this book, except one, Ted Cruz, Lucifer in the flesh," former GOP House Speaker John Boehner said while promoting the upcoming release of his book "On the House: A Washington Memoir."
"(Hint: [She's] still not at the border)," reads Haley's mocking meme tweet.
Matt Gaetz, the Republican Florida Congressman, faces serious allegations of sexual misconduct with a teenage girl.
"We need unity. We need to be focused together," the Arkansas governor said.
"We couldn't find one instance of you complaining and calling that out when [former] President Trump was president," Chris Wallace said Sunday.
"I remember when my fellow Republicans would have condemned this stuff but, that was a whole 4 years ago," the Illinois Republican congressman wrote in a tweet Saturday night.
The staunchly pro-Trump businessman will release his new conspiracy theory documentary titled 'Absolute Interference' on April 20.
"Republicans that say they're for [Obamacare], we gotta keep them honest, and you gotta send home the ones that lie to you," the Republican senator said.
The former vice president's new organization is widely seen as part of a potential future presidential bid.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has declared racism "a serious threat to the public's health."