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Chris Stirewalt, fired soon after his team called Arizona for Joe Biden on election night, compared "Patriot Purge" to the kind of "garbage" peddled by Infowars.
A witness who said the abuse started when she was 14 described seeing a massage table at Epstein's Palm Beach mansion in 2005.
They failed to show up for their arraignment on four charges each of involuntary manslaughter but have since been taken into custody.
"I worship Jesus. Not Q," the former QAnon follower and lawyer to Kyle Rittenhouse wrote.
Bowman, a New York Democrat, met with Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett in November. The visit angered members of the DSA political group.
“It’s embarrassing that there is any hesitation on this,” the congresswoman said, demanding that House leaders strip the Republican of committee assignments.
Ahwad Al Aliwi Alissa's attorney said Friday her client has a “serious” mental illness but did not provide more details.
Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald acknowledged that the charge is not "typical."
The anti-government extremist was sentenced to 40 hours of community service on a trespassing charge after tying himself to a chair at the Idaho Legislature.
New coronavirus cases in South Africa have increased from about 200 a day in mid-November to more than 16,000 on Friday.
The president has repeatedly tested negative for COVID-19.
"We thank every single one of you for your love and support in our journey the last 6 years," Jamal Hinton wrote on Twitter.
The dilatory tactics have frustrated Democrats and bolstered proponents' case for Senate rules reform.
A white police officer is on trial for fatally shooting Daunte Wright, a Black man, during a traffic stop in April.
A volcanic eruption in Spain, a skier taking a tumble and Macaque monkeys climbing on a photographer are featured in some of this week's most memorable images.
Ethan Crumbley's mother and father face charges in the wake of a Michigan school shooting that left four students dead and seven people injured.
More than 60 schools closed earlier in the week due to copycat threats.
That's after adding more than half a million jobs in October.
Kyra Scott was killed in Douglasville after reportedly being struck by a shot her younger brother fired at people who took the weapon without paying.
Tim Throne repeatedly credited students and staff at Oxford High School for how they responded to the violence Tuesday.