The executive committee recently met to vote on waiving attorney-client privilege in an investigation regarding their handling of abuse allegations.
Warren originally denied attempts to evade finance regulations. She called the investigation into the campaign a "political witch hunt."
Special Envoy for Haiti Daniel Foote said he did not want to be "associated" with the government's response to Haitian refugees and illegal immigration.
"I can only accept the consequences of this judgment as the minister with ultimate responsibility," Foreign Minister Sigrid Kaag said.
Prime Minister Ariel Henry dismissed two government officials this week for seeking to interview him regarding President Jovenel Moïse's assassination.
Following the vote to expel him, John Thompson said he would continue representing his district despite calls from the Legislature for him to quit.
Health Minister Venko Filipce expressed his condolences to the families of the victims, calling it a "terrible accident" before resigning on Friday.
"Employers continue to struggle to find workers...and those willing and able to work continue to be very selective," Contingent Macro Advisors said.
Xavier Novell, 52, reportedly left the Catholic Church in order to be in a relationship with a woman who penned a novel called "Hell in Gabriel's Lust."
The state has already agreed to pay up to $9.5 million to the lawyers who represented and investigated the former governor and his administration.
"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 New York governor, who is set to leave office on Tuesday, criticized a reporter at a Hurricane Henri press briefing.
Mike Richard appointment as 'Jeopardy! host sparked outrage among the show's fans.
The CNN anchor addressed his brother's resignation for the first time on air on Monday night, having previously stayed silent on sexual harassment allegations.
Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie is under fire from Charlotte Bennett and Lindsey Boylan over the suspension of an impeachment investigation into the governor.
Fashion brand Lingua Franca announced that they would offer free restitching for customers who purchased a "Cuomosexual" or a "cuomo for president" sweater.
"This is the man who helped kill my mother and all of her friends," said Haydee Pabey, whose 72-year-old mother, Elba, died in a New York City nursing home.
"Andrew Cuomo effectively issued a death warrant that helped kill thousands of elderly, including my husband's parents," had said Janice Dean in February.
The White House didn't get advance notice of the governor's planned announcement, according to White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki.
"I never did, and I never would, intentionally disrespect a woman or treat a woman differently than I would want them treated," Cuomo said.
"TIME'S UP has abandoned the very people it was supposed to champion," 40 survivors and victims of sexual assault said in an open letter to the Time's Up board.
At least 82 out of 150 members said they are in favor of impeaching the governor if he refuses to step down.
"If you assault a woman, if you do something against her will, sexually, that's criminal," de Blasio said. "The Albany district attorney is looking at that and I think he should be charged."
"This whole county government needs major reform. The integrity of the board is gone. There is no way to return it," Daniel Law of Owosso said.
"I sincerely accept the opinions and advice I have received, express my gratitude, and will keep them in mind for my future actions and thoughts," Keigo Oyamada wrote.
Since Spears' testimony, which sparked public outcry over her 13-year conservatorship, the singer's co-conservator, manager and lawyer have all resigned.
Students are calling for the resignation of Officer Rahsheem Holland, who was promoted to acting police chief on Tuesday, after he clashed with protesters last week.
If Cuomo did run for re-election in 2022, only 35 percent of New York voters would be prepared to vote for him.
Karly Satkowiak, Harris' director of advance, and Gabrielle DeFranceschi, Harris' deputy director of advance, said they plan to leave in the coming weeks.