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March 04, 2021
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Live stimulus updates: Weary senators continue wrangling over COVID-19 relief package as debate moves past 24 straight hours
March 06, 2021
Bleary-eyed senators passed their 24th straight hour of negotiating passage of President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan.
Intellectual disability major COVID-19 death risk factor; CDC warns against lifting mask mandates early: Latest COVID-19 updates
March 06, 2021
A report about the link between face masks and COVID-19 cases and deaths. Gov. Kate Brown says Oregon schools must reopen. Latest COVID-19 news.
Migrant children are still being temporarily separated from relatives under Biden administration
March 06, 2021
More than 4,000 migrant children were transferred in January to the custody of the U.S. Office of Refugee Resettlement.
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema's thumbs-down on minimum wage vote reminds some of John McCain
March 05, 2021
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema's thumbs-down vote on Friday reminded many of when the late Sen. John McCain tanked Republicans' efforts to overthrow Obamacare.
Kids still aren't learning LGBTQ history. The Equality Act might change that.
March 06, 2021
LGBTQ students without curricular support are more likely to experience bullying. But positive school environments make the difference in kids' lives.
Group of Senate Democrats and Republicans vote to keep $15 minimum wage out of Biden's COVID stimulus bill
March 05, 2021
An amendment to the COVID-19 stimulus bill from Sen. Bernie Sanders had support from only 42 Democrats.
'Weight isn't always within your control': Why some states are prioritizing obesity patients for the COVID-19 vaccine
March 06, 2021
Studies have shown that people with obesity are more likely to have worse outcomes from COVID-19 than others with a lower body mass index (BMI).
After Khashoggi murder, Saudi Arabia shifts lobbying firepower to 'middle America' with women's rights message
March 06, 2021
The Saudis are reaching out to local officials from New Orleans to Anchorage. The pitch: Saudi Arabia is a global player transforming on women's rights.
Elon Musk trolls GM, Chrysler on Twitter. Ford CEO responds with 1 word.
March 05, 2021
Ford CEO Jim Farley responds to tweet from Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
Opinion: From LSU to Kansas, everyone involved in Les Miles scandal should be fired. What's taking so long?
March 06, 2021
A day after bombshell allegations at LSU, nobody has lost their job -- including Kansas coach Les Miles. The lack of urgency is perplexing.
Amanda Gorman shares racial profiling incident: 'This is the reality of Black girls'
March 05, 2021
Amanda Gorman is detailing her recent experience with racial profiling after making history as the youngest inaugural poet in U.S. history.
Video shows Rochester, New York, officer pepper-spraying mom with toddler
March 05, 2021
Rochester police are again facing questions over its officers' use of pepper spray.
MLB pitcher Sam Dyson suspended entire 2021 season for domestic violence
March 05, 2021
Dyson appeared in 376 games in eight seasons, last appearing in the majors in 2019.
Best Buy is having a 3-day sale of epic proportions—here's all the best deals
March 06, 2021
Best Buy's is having an enormous three-day sale on tons of tech, with deals on laptops, TVs, tablets, games and more—shop our top picks.
Mississippi's capital city hasn't had clean water in weeks, and there's no end in sight
March 06, 2021
Answers are few and far between as Mississippi's capital enters a third week without clean water after the winter storms that tore through the South.
Why Awkwafina's casting as the awkward dragon Sisu in 'Raya and the Last Dragon' is pure Disney magic
March 06, 2021
Awkwafina puts her soul into Sisu in "Raya and the Last Dragon." The "Crazy Rich Asian" star even tried a growl in the Disney animated film.
Trump appointee to State Dept. Federico Klein arrested in Capitol attack; stunned mom says he was 'Boy Scout type'
March 05, 2021
Federico Klein was seen on camera violently shoving a riot shield into an officer during the Jan. 6 Capitol siege, according to court documents.
Challenges to Black voting rights hark back to Jim Crow era
March 05, 2021
Lawmakers and historians note a barrage of restrictive voting laws since the November presidential election that seem aimed at turning back the clock.
NCAA alleges bribes, fake transcripts under Arizona men's basketball coach Sean Miller
March 06, 2021
The allegations, which Arizona has sought to keep out of view since October, were released late Friday night after a judge's order.
Your baby's prenatal diagnosis is not a death sentence. Just ask my giggling goddaughter.
March 06, 2021
A truly progressive health care system gives opportunity to all people, and goes beyond artificial human expiration dates.
Opinion: NFL owners keep rejecting Black head-coaching candidates. Is it time for legal action?
March 06, 2021
Nothing has moved the needle with NFL owners like taking them to court. That could be next step in addressing league's failure in diversity hiring.
Nicolas Cage, 57, ties the knot again: Oscar winner weds Riko Shibata, 26, in fifth marriage
March 06, 2021
Nicolas Cage is again "Leaving Las Vegas" hitched. The actor tied the knot for the fifth time to girlfriend Riko Shibata, 26, in Las Vegas on Feb. 16.
Masks required: Woman, who shamed a Starbucks barista over mask request, sues creator of a GoFundMe campaign
March 05, 2021
Amber Gilles, who went viral after being refused service at a Starbucks, is suing the creator of a GoFundMe campaign that raised $105k for a barista.
Heads should roll: LSU students want school to fire those implicated by investigative report
March 05, 2021
The lack of harsh disciplinary action is an egregious injustice to the survivors at LSU, said Angel Upshaw, of Tigers Against Sexual Assault.
George Floyd: Minneapolis wanted to pay social media influencers to fight misinformation around Derek Chauvin trial
March 06, 2021
Minneapolis ditches sketchy plan to pay social media influencers to fight misinformation during the upcoming trials surrounding George Floyd's death.
A mom and daughter reunited after more than a decade apart. Months later, a hit-and-run tore them apart forever.
March 05, 2021
A Mississippi mother was reunited with her daughter after 15 years. Her daughter, only 17, was killed less than four months later.
Latina lawmaker mocked for accent while discussing racial disparities in Maryland: 'I was in disbelief'
March 05, 2021
Councilmember Nancy Navarro of Montgomery County, Maryland was discussing racial disparities in vaccination rates when she was mocked for her accent.
Photographer captures murmuration of starling birds form into shape of a giant bird
March 05, 2021
A photographer in Westmeath, Ireland captured footage of a murmuration of starling birds as they formed into the shape of a giant bird.
Landslide swallows ambulance, vehicles in Kentucky after intense flooding
March 05, 2021
Flooding in eastern Kentucky caused severe water damage and even this landslide.
How to improve your brushing routine for cleaner teeth
March 05, 2021
You can get cleaner teeth with this brushing routine.
Grandma rushes to help, gets soldier surprise instead
March 05, 2021
Connie thinks her daughter's car is broken down, but the real shock is hiding in the backseat. Her grandson Daeveon Oliver is home from the Army.
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US coronavirus map: Tracking the outbreak
February 25, 2021
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Your guide to COVID-19
April 09, 2020
What you need to know about coronavirus, including what to do if you think you might be sick, how to keep you and your family safe and tips on what to do while staying home.
A national system to prioritize COVID-19 vaccines has largely failed as states rely on their own systems
March 03, 2021
Operation Warp Speed tried to help states set priorities for COVID-19 vaccine distribution with Tiberius. Few states use it as designed. Featured News
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