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Archive for May 13th, 2021
It is unclear what impact this will have on teachers, staff and students in the near term. In some states, masks in schools are already optional.
CDC Director Rochelle Walensky said," We have all longed for this moment when we can get back to some kind of normalcy." But local authorities are making their own decisions on relaxing the rules.
Some parts of public life in the U.S. still operate according to restrictive rules, and that includes planes, trains and buses.
Last year, Missouri voters approved a ballot measure to expand Medicaid. But Republican lawmakers refused to appropriate money to fund it. Now, a legal battle is all but certain.
The majority of false claims about COVID vaccines on social media trace back to just a handful of influential figures. So why don't the companies just shut them down?
Officials say Maj. Christopher Warnagiris is believed to be the first active duty military service member to be charged in connection with the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
The president cautions it will be several days before gas flow is fully restored. He urges consumers not to panic and hoard gasoline while warning gas stations not to gouge prices.
Something went boom in outer space and sent radioactive stardust our way, and it's just been found at the bottom of the ocean.
Children's immunizations dropped dramatically during the pandemic, and health officials are eager to get kids caught back up on their routine shots before they return to school.
"We need space" before the trial to let a federal case proceed, Judge Peter Cahill said, citing the need to let publicity ease about George Floyd's death.
The attack on Colonial Pipeline has focused new attention on a potentially radical proposal to stem the growing threat posed by ransomware: making it illegal for victims to pay their attackers.
Doctors say India's battle with COVID-19 has led to an unprecedented rise in mucormycosis, a rare but dangerous fungal infection that preys on people with weakened immune systems.
The issue temporarily took more than 100 newly built 737 Max planes out of service last month, but is unrelated to the flight control system problem blamed for two fatal crashes.
The House Judiciary Committee first subpoenaed former White House Counsel Don McGahn in 2019.
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