The series is set to premiere on HBO Max in February.
The Fox News host ratcheted up his bigoted criticism of the search for a Supreme Court justice to replace the retiring Stephen Breyer.
The former Housing secretary under Donald Trump accused Biden of "identity politics."
A 15-week abortion ban, which mirrors the Mississippi law threatening to overturn Roe, is expected to pass quickly through the GOP-controlled state legislature.
If confirmed by the Senate, Cook would be the first Black woman on the Fed’s board of governors.
Drakeo, 28, an acclaimed West Coast rapper, was stabbed to death on Dec. 18 while he was waiting backstage to perform.
“These people act like Biden is just going to show up to the mall and be like, 'Yo, Shaniqua, come with me,'" said "The Daily Show" host.
"If the ones you love support you — THATS ALL U NEED," the singer wrote on Instagram with a video showing her mom listening to "Special" for the first time.
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The long-time couple announced their breakup in a joint statement less than two weeks ago.
The rapper revealed that the new record was produced by Future.
"This changes everything, this changes everything!" Noah, host of "The Daily Show," mockingly responded to the podcaster's comments on race.
The Equal Rights Amendment, which ensures women have equal protections under the law, should become the 28th Amendment of the Constitution this week.
While President Joe Biden rescinded the notorious Trump-era immigration policy on his first day in office last year, many families have not yet been reunited.
"Weaponized incompetence" — or "strategic incompetence" — is wearing women out, especially during the pandemic.
Emilie Kouatchou, who first played the role last year, steps in as its leading lady in conjunction with the musical's 34th anniversary this week.
Elizabeth Warren, Chuck Schumer and Ayanna Pressley led over 80 lawmakers in calling for the president to eliminate student loan debt for millions of Americans.
Some people online condemned the "Have Mercy" singer for performing the song with too much sex appeal.
Judges Ketanji Brown Jackson, Leondra Kruger and Michelle Childs have been floated as potential replacements for retiring Justice Stephen Breyer.