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Starting Jan. 26, airlines will only allow people to board if they provide documentation that they tested negative in the preceding three days or have recovered from the disease.
A Minnesota judge cited the ongoing coronavirus pandemic as reason to have Derek Chauvin's trial start on March 8, while the other officers involved in Floyd's death will have their trial in August.
The Joint Chiefs of Staff issued a message noting that violence isn't covered by free speech, and the breach of the U.S. Capitol was an assault on the government.
The former FBI director is out with a new book assessing the Trump presidency, Attorney General Bill Barr, and the Mueller report. He tells NPR he was "sickened" by the attack on the Capitol.
President Yoweri Museveni, in power since 1986, spoke to NPR ahead of Thursday's election. His main challenger, Bobi Wine, said Tuesday the military had killed his driver and his home had been raided.
"Like all of America, we're waiting to get back to normal — whatever that is," Troy Select Board Chairman Dick Thackston said.
President Trump denied culpability for the violence and expressed no regret for comments made last week that many have criticized as being a catalyst for mob violence at the U.S. Capitol.
Three major changes are coming from the federal government, including new guidance to states urging them to allow anyone over 65 to get vaccinated.
Lisa Montgomery was scheduled to die by lethal injection on Jan. 12, and would be the U.S. government's first execution of a female inmate in more than 67 years.
Rep. Pramila Jayapal says people who refused to wear masks during last week's security lockdown created "a superspreader event ON TOP of a domestic terrorist attack."
Divers recovered the device from Java Sea after Sunday's crash of the Sriwijaya Air flight.
In his declaration, Malaysia's king suspends the national parliament and state legislatures, delaying the country's general election.
In fresh fallout over the collapse of the 'Caliphate' podcast series, executives at 20 influential public radio stations rebuke The New York Times for perceived ethical failings.
Under pressure to resign after supporters stormed the Capitol last week, President Trump heads to Texas. With only a week to go in office, it's a last-ditch attempt to burnish his legacy.
The bill cites President Trump's attempts to intervene in the vote-counting of the Nov. 3 election, as well as his inciting language to supporters in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6. Read the resolution.
Democrats and some Republicans have called for President Trump's removal from office for his role in inciting the deadly mob that overtook the U.S. Capitol last week.
Councilman Kevin Deleon has plan to build 25,000 housing units as part of his homeless plan. Meanwhile, the party goes on - even in a pandemic
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The LA Report
The Latest On Congressional Proceedings On Impeachment, The 25th Amendment, Plus What Inauguration Day Security Will Look Like Following Capitol Siege| January 12 2021, 9:52 AM
With the House set to impeach, President Donald Trump is blaming Democratic congressional foes for “tremendous anger” in the country and last week's deadly attack on the Capitol by his supporters after he urged them on their way.
In our continuing series looking at the latest medical research and news on COVID-19, Larry Mantle speaks with Dr. Peter Chin-Hong, infectious disease specialist and professor of medicine at the UCSF Medical Center.
Between skyrocketing housing costs, pandemic restrictions, frequent wildfires, and high taxes, many feel that they have no choice but to leave the state they’ve long called home.
This time of year, social media is typically full of New Year’s resolutions to eat, sleep, exercise, date and work differently for the year ahead.
On Jan. 8, Gov. Gavin Newsom unveiled his $227 billion budget proposal which includes incentives to reopen schools, grants for small businesses, and a “Golden State Stimulus,” which would provide $600 checks for low-income Californians.