"A vast majority, enough to break quorum, have committed to each other to not be in the Capitol when the second called session happens," Rep. Eddie Rodriguez said.
Interim Chief Adrian Diaz said the department's reduced numbers have led to a "staffing crisis."
The Nirvana frontman lived in the Aberdeen house from 1968 to 1984, and you'll soon be able to see it for yourself.
Pentagon police chief said there were "several casualties," but would not confirm or deny specific reports of deaths.
According to MPD data, the city has had a 24 percent increase in motor vehicle theft this year over last year, with more than 2,000 cases already reported.
More places are following President Joe Biden's suggestion of incentivizing COVID-19 shots.
Only a "trace of rain" was reported at Seattle Tacoma International Airport in July, according to the National Weather Service.
California Governor Gavin Newsom said last year, a record 130,000 acres were burned, but that record was shattered in 2021 with 504,000 acres currently burned.
After Douglas Branham missed his flight home, a family member called the hotel where he was staying and learned his belongings were still in his room.
"We will continue to do what is necessary to keep D.C. safe," Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser said.
Fully-vaccinated visitors are not required to wear masks outdoors, but regardless of vaccination status, all visitors will be required to wear masks when indoors.
Qin Gang is a career diplomat who earned a reputation for rebutting journalists—he now occupies what is arguably China's most important foreign posting.
Police Officer Michael Fanone revealed the message after telling committee members he'd been "grabbed and tased, all while being called a traitor."
Rep. Johnson said of the Capitol riot: "And all of a sudden, it went from 50 to 60 to hundreds and thousands. And so we stayed locked in that office."
At least 85 large wildfires are currently burning across the U.S. as more than 1.5 million acres have been destroyed by the blazes.
"Nothing I experienced in the army or as a law enforcement officer, prepared me for what we confronted on January 6," Sergeant Aquilino Gonell said.
There are 86 active large fires burning across 12 U.S. states, as more than 22,200 wildland firefighters and incident management teams battle the blazes.
Los Angeles, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. are also included in the initiative that will target issues such as unlawful trafficking.
At least 83 large wildfires are currently burning in the U.S., as close to 20,000 wildland firefighters are tackling the blazes across 13 states.
Rep. Greene said being asked whether she had been vaccinated was in "violation" of her HIPAA rights.
"We just tried to reassure her that this is not normal, that nobody's targeting her, that it's just a really stressful time right now with the pandemic," the girl's mother said.
One Twitter user commented: "Players, including Fernando Tatis Jr. just ran into stands and grabbed family members and brought them to clubhouse."
Raymond Moss said the NFL star damaged his home's door while ramming it with his shoulder and he feared for his safety.
"Many areas of WA are currently under the stress of these extreme drought conditions," Washington Gov. Jay Inslee said in a tweet.
"Why do the Palestinians want to be free from Israeli dominance? Have their sacred homelands returned to them?" read the assignment.
Wildfires have been burning in several states in the U.S. West Coast over the last week after a heatwave hit the country.
Abbott has also said that the Democrats will be arrested upon re-entering the state. Democrats have said that he lacks the authority to do so.
Ashley Sherman spoke to The Seattle Times, saying she's trying to get her husband out of jail. "He's a good person," she told the newspaper.
"The most that could happen is I could be detained," state Representative Jasmine Crockett said. "And it's not the governor who gets to make that decision. It's the speaker of the house."