According to a press release from the Cedar Rapids Police Department, the incident occurred on Tuesday at around 8:23 p.m. local time when police were dispatched to a residence at 4414 Oak Leaf Court NE, following reports of a possible shooting.
President Joe Biden signed a bipartisan resolution on Thursday that makes Juneteenth, the celebration of the end of slavery, a national holiday.
Approximately 150 miles of shoreline were polluted by the incident, the Justice Department said.
Two Jewish mental health professionals of Stanford University's Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) division filed federal and state complaints alleging the hostile environment for Jewish employees that was present in the devision's diversity, equity and inclusion program.
With over 359,000 unfilled jobs, the U.S. has the greatest shortage of cybersecurity talent in the western world.
After a study by the Federal Aviation Administration on environmental impacts, Georgia may receive approval to build a spaceport in July.
"I'd do it again," said Mark McCloskey, who is running as a Republican candidate for the Missouri Senate, after the hearing.
This will be the third tournament Osaka will miss after withdrawing from the French Open at the end of last month.
A San Jose man on an alcohol and cocaine bender, and engaging in a sex act in his truck, backed into a bar and grill in San Jose, Calif., killing a mother and injuring two other males.
"This fight for these things that I care so deeply about...that we have worked on and done our best to serve, to deliver, is something that we're just not going to walk away from," Pompeo said.
The California governor's campaign released its first TV and digital advertisements two days after the state's official reopening on June 15.
"This is very big news. People are starting to see the light. Great for America," Trump wrote in the statement.
Russian President Vladimir Putin gave high marks for U.S. President Joe Biden after their meeting in Switzerland this week—despite their rocky relationship of the past.
While China urged other countries to cut their nuclear arsenal, an editor for a state-run publication advocated for China's beefing up of its nuclear supply.
A student at a New Jersey prep school, responding to a teacher's resignation over the school's adoption of anti-racist policy and curricula, wrote in a letter that the school's teachings made him feel like "worthless scum undeserving of living."
The maiden cruise of Odyssey of the Seas, the line's newest vessel, has been pushed back to July 31 "out of an abundance of caution."
The Fox News host claimed on his show that the storming of the Capitol had been orchestrated "at least in part" by government agents.
The Bronx man is getting the payout after a coerced confession and wrongful conviction for his mother's murder.
The new report confirmed the concerns raised by prison rights advocates last year, who unsuccessfully pleaded with state officials to quickly release thousands of parole grantees as COVID-19 ravaged the nation's prison system.
President Joe Biden is expected to sign the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act into law after Congress voted to make Juneteenth a federal holiday.
The decision marks the third time Obamacare has survived a major Supreme Court challenge.
Dr. Anthony Fauci reports a pill treatment for COVID-19 symptoms could be available by the end of the year.