Senate leader Mitch McConnell says he will push ahead within hours of Supreme Court justice's death.
Hundreds of people have been visiting the US Supreme Court to pay their respects to Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
More than 15,000 people join calls for the prime minister's resignation and reform of the monarchy.
The ship that brought the Pilgrims 400 years ago has been politicised since the founding of the US.
Options include a ban on households mixing in England, as a further 4,422 UK cases are confirmed.
Fraser Cameron calls the claims "ridiculous" and says he has no access to sensitive information.
The forest fires have had a devastating impact on the wildlife of the world's largest wetland.
The actor's lawyer dismisses the charges as politically motivated at a court hearing in Los Angeles.
It is "only by luck" the passenger wasn't seriously injured or killed, police say.
The rare "medicane" storm flooded buildings, toppled trees and triggered landslides in central areas.
A trader says he had one customer in four hours amid new Covid-19 measures in Newcastle.
A US official says the move sends a "signal to Russia" to avoid "provocative actions" in Syria.
The group, who will appear in court on Monday, faces charges related to deadly violence in June.
The officers were among 35 people held in a large-scale operation near the Serbian border.
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