Reverend Al Sharpton invited the vice president to deliver brief remarks during Tyre Nichols' funeral in Memphis on Wednesday.
More Republicans said police violence is common against Black people after Nichols' death, compared to those who said the same after George Floyd's death.
GOP members of Congress told Newsweek they backed General Minihan's warning, which predicted a conflict with China could come as early as 2025.
The last video from Paul Murdaugh's phone before he and his mother were killed was shown in court on Wednesday.
On Wednesday, the Associated Press reported that Haley is planning to announce a bid for the 2024 presidency in the next few weeks.
The governor said the shortage of ballot paper may "necessitate new elections."
Trump is racking up endorsements and appears to be seeking more, as several Republicans consider jumping into the 2024 presidential race.
Last week, five former Memphis Police officers were charged with second-degree murder in the death of Nichols, a 29-year-old Black man.
The 3-foot-long Atlantic sturgeon was spotted on the shore of Assateague Island by a naturalist who said he had seen only one other in 27 years.
A "planned" FBI search is atypical, one attorney told Newsweek, though the mishandling of classified documents by multiple public officials is unusual.
Both had their homes searched by the FBI for possessing classified documents, but the execution in which the searches were conducted differs.
Tyre Nichols was laid to rest during a funeral service Wednesday afternoon in Memphis, Tennessee.
Ruiz, 43, is set to receive a lethal injection for the killing of Dallas Police Senior Corporal Mark Nix.
On Saturday Haley tweeted: "It's time for a new generation to lead."
Quarterback Tom Brady announces his retirement "for good" in a brief Twitter video.
Joe Rogan discussed the break-in at Nancy Pelosi's house with his latest podcast guest, Lex Fridman.
A new survey of GOP primary voters shows a majority would like a different presidential candidate because Trump is unlikely to win, or too focused on the past.
Bradshaw, 14, died in a hospital after he reportedly fell from bull and it crushed him at a North Carolina event.
"Lake needs to stop pursuing this frivolous election-fraud case," or she will "find herself as a defendant in criminal court," an expert told Newsweek.