White House Chief of Staff Ronald Klain said roughly 3 million people received their first shot in the past week, marking a significant increase in the country's vaccination rollout.
"I believe that the COVID virus is real," GOP Rep. Rick Crawford said. "However, I don't know that it's any worse than the common cold."
Seventeen percent of Democratic Party men in the survey also said they have some form of "favorable" view of white nationalist groups.
TikTok star Anthony Barajas died Saturday morning after he was shot Monday in a movie theater in Corona, California, the police department said.
The survey also found that Latina women are at least 5 percent more likely to become sick with COVID-19 than other women of color.
"This is a different virus than we were dealing with last fall," Dr. Eddie Stenehjem said in a Facebook Live.
In the first six months of 2021, the FBI has conducted more than 22 million background checks for gun sales.
"It's almost like theft," FEC Commissioner Ellen Weintraub said. "I don't want to see donors tricked."
"Your whole life turns upside down," Bush said. "That's what's going to happen to seven million people over the course of the next few weeks."
"It would not be an understatement to characterize our need to access the collapse site as an emergency," Mayor Burkett wrote to Mayor Levine Cava.
Gavin Newsom announced the incentive as a way to free up energy supplies to meet demand amid the increasing threat of extreme heat events and wildfires.
"I can't explain the feeling of defeat when you do everything, you pour everything into a patient and it's not enough," she said.
"This is about protecting our staff and protecting our guests," one Seattle restaurant owner said.
"I don't really care about the money. It's more about making a statement that things like this are unacceptable," the man said about suing the fast-food giant.
"Look at me, bro," he said in the video, which was posted by a local television news station. "Look at me. Look at me."
The warrant alleges William Carter lied about positive virus diagnoses for himself, his spouse and child and received more than $12,000 in paid sick leave.
Requests for the information were previously denied by the state medical examiner.
"I think we're in for at least another year in this country of waves and surges of COVID," Dr. Celine Gounder said.
The former governor of Alaska told a religious event that she would hope to have better support from Christians if she returned to politics.
The Californian congressman responded to a report that notes showed the ex-president had called for the 2020 election to be called "corrupt."
Staff shortages and mismanagement of medical services have led to serious conditions such as lupus and cancer being identified too late.
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