New York's governor, whom three women have accused of sexual harassment, said he feels "awful" and "embarrassed" for making anyone feel uncomfortable.
The administration's messaging on the reopened facilities began with what many Democrats and immigration activists characterized as a misfire.
"Erasing books is insanity. Stand up for our common humanity," the website says.
The administration is urging people to continue wearing masks and observing other COVID-19 prevention measures, even as some states move toward loosening—or all together ending—restrictions that were put in place to slow the deadly coronavirus pandemic.
Last month the supermarket chain launched an online scheduling tool to help customers book their slots.
Democrats and Republicans reportedly reached a deal to limit the number of people who will receive a third stimulus check, one of the few measures that has broad bipartisan support.
"It is against the advice of our health experts, and it is premature," Jackson Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba said.
The two-year-old boy was discovered at an apartment in Fairbury, Nebraska, with severe injuries all over his body.
In January, Doña Ana County issued a memo mandating that its first responders, sheriff's deputies, firefighters and detention center officers receive the coronavirus vaccine.
While a majority (60 percent) of voters approve of the increase to $15 per hour, 71 percent support a more modest hike to $11.
The news comes as the Senate braces for a marathon debate on Biden's $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package.
"It does seem like as attorney general you spent an inordinate amount of time and effort suing pro-life organizations.... I think the majority of the American people would not want their secretary of Health and Human Services focused or fixated on expanding abortion when we got all of these public health issues to deal with," Senator Jon Thune told Becerra.
Nearly a year since the start of the pandemic, the New York governor's popularity has dropped amid recent scandals.
Amazon's news comes just a day after Dr. Seuss Enterprises announced it was pulling six of the author's books.
Texas, Mississippi, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts are among the states where restrictions were eased this month.
"Change should come to this nation's policy vis-à-vis harassment against women, which is chronic, long term, and endemic," Cuomo said in a clip from a May 10, 2018, briefing shown in the montage. "It has to stop."
Raquel Davis, who lives in Sacramento, said some of her seven children had been skateboarding outside their home during the day.
The former vice president said H.R. 1, also known as For the People Act, was "a brazen attempt to nationalize elections in blatant disregard of the U.S. Constitution."
Police said Brian Cohee is "associated" with the home where the remains of 69-year-old Warren Barnes were found.
Brookfield's final proclamation excluded references to systemic racism, slavery and segregation that were part of an earlier draft crafted by students.
A grieving family wanted to hold a nursing home responsible for their mother's death--but the governor's liability law got in the way.
The state House killed a bill giving access to a $6 million federal grant after conservative lawmakers including Rep. Charlie Shepherd spoke out against it.