'See You Soon, Idiots' Man Uses 13-Foot Skeleton to Send Message to Unvaccinated
US Justice Department announces probe into policing practices in Phoenix, Arizona
Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego released a statement saying that she would "welcome" the DOJ investigation.
'It's All Hands on Deck' as White House Pushes Vaccines Ahead of School Reopenings
Among the efforts to get more children 12 and older vaccinated is a push to elevate the importance of the vaccine among student athletes.
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Florida Schools Buck Governor’s Mask Rule, Risking Funds
Some school districts in Florida are pushing back against Republican Governor Ron DeSantis’s executive order that forbids them from mandating students to wear masks.
Arkansas' Republican Governor Regrets Banning Mask Mandates: 'Everything Has Changed Now'
"In hindsight, I wish that it had not become law," Asa Hutchinson said of a law banning mask mandates in a press conference this week
Andrew Cuomo's looming exit is bad news for GOP gubernatorial prospects
White House fires back at Florida's GOP governor over handling of COVID surge
Senate Dems plot new paths on voting reform, sidestepping filibuster
US opens probe of Phoenix police
OnPolitics: The new eviction moratorium may head back to SCOTUS
Dr. Fauci: 'Things are going to get worse' — here's what that could look like
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka, a leader for labor rights in Washington, dies at 72
Sixth Circuit Upholds Tennessee Abortion Waiting Period: State Has ‘Strong Interest in Protecting the Life of the Unborn’
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Mississippi recommends COVID-19 booster shots for vulnerable people
American Agriculture Almost Ruined My Little English Farm. Now I'm Trying to Save It
‘The labor movement has lost a legend’: union boss Richard Trumka dies at 72
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75 House Democrats urge Biden to take immediate steps to close Guantanamo, calling the prison a 'fundamental betrayal' of US values
Democrats say Cuomo must resign. He’s refusing. What now?