If confirmed by the Senate to lead the Department of the Interior, Haaland would oversee the Bureau of Indian Affairs as well as federal land management.
President-elect Joe Biden is also likely to get the vaccine next week.
The Canadian fashion designer used his empire to target dozens of victims for himself and his associates, US prosecutors said.
At least five victims were cited in a new indictment filed Thursday against the former "Cheer" star.
A Father Is Accused Of Decapitating His Two Oldest Children And Forcing His Younger Ones To Look At Their Bodies
Maurice Jewel Taylor Sr. is accused of killing two of his children and keeping their bodies in their home for days while starving his two surviving children.
A Man Angry At Political "Elites" Allegedly Tried To Burn Down Democrats' Spokane County Headquarters
The man was initially suspected of threatening to bomb the building on Wednesday.
A Black Man Was Killed By A Cop. There Are No Witnesses, No Body Cameras, No Cellphone Videos, And Only The Officer’s Story Of What Happened.
To know what happened in the last moments of 23-year-old Casey Goodson Jr.'s life, his family will have to rely primarily on the account of the officer who killed him.
Ohio authorities and the victim's family provided conflicting accounts of how and why 23-year-old Casey Goodson Jr. was shot and killed as he was entering his home.
Dr. Steven LaTulippe's remarks at a pro-Trump rally gained attention, but patients had previously complained about his medical guidance regarding COVID-19.
The House Passed A Historic Bill To Decriminalize Weed On The Federal Level, But That's As Far As The Bill Is Expected To Go For Now
The vote is the first time in 50 years federal legislators have weighed decriminalizing pot, but the Republican-controlled Senate is not expected to take up the issue at all.
Officials said the man "became hostile" before deputies tased him in the middle of the street.
A Top Georgia Election Official Angrily Urged Trump To Condemn Supporters Who Are Threatening Election Workers
"This is the backbone of democracy, and all of you who have not said a damn word are complicit in this."
Alexis Sharkey's body was found Saturday morning with no visible injuries, police said.
"Don tested positive at the start of the week and has been quarantining out at his cabin since the result," his spokesperson said in a statement.
Managers At A Tyson Pork Plant Placed Bets On How Many Workers Would Get COVID-19, A Lawsuit Alleges
"At least one worker at the facility vomited on the production line and management allowed him to continue working and return to work the next day," the lawsuit alleges.
Despite the rising death toll, simple measures that are effective in reducing the spread of the coronavirus, like wearing a mask, remain politically divisive.
With more than 1.1 million students, New York City has the largest school district in the country.
Trump Fired A Top Election Cybersecurity Official Who Repeatedly Rebuked Baseless Claims Of Voting Fraud
The president's tweet announcing the firing of Christopher Krebs was quickly flagged for, again, spreading voting disinformation.
At Least 17 People Have Tested Positive For COVID-19 After Attending A Wedding With More Than 300 Guests
The wedding violated the county's limit of 30 people, but officials say it's unlikely they'll be able to find all the guests in an effort to limit the outbreak.
Mo3, whose real name was Melvin Noble, ran out of his car when a man carrying a gun started walking toward him on the freeway, police said.