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The creator stepped in "because of partisan bickering and divided government," Navarro said on "Meet the Press."
Those who tested positive for COVID-19 at North Paulding High School included students and staff members, the principal said in a letter.
Alex Morse, the mayor of Holyoke, Massachusetts, used his position of power for "sexual gain," the College Democrats of Massachusetts allege.
A 17-year-old boy is dead and an off-duty police officer is fighting for her life at a hospital after multiple shooters opened fire, authorities said.
The House speaker, however, stopped short of saying whether Democrats would mount legal challenges against the measures.
The quake was the strongest to hit the state since 1916. No injuries or damage were immediately reported.
Europeans are watching America's bungled coronavirus response with astonishment.
Trump's embarrassing Yosemite blooper pays off for National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia.
In a legally ambiguous move, the president turned to executive orders while negotiations between Democrats and Republicans remain at an impasse.
Running a vote-by-mail election is surprisingly complicated and there's a "leaky" pipeline for mail-in votes in many states, experts have warned.