Yelp to let users filter which businesses require vaccination
Sen. Marco Rubio sounds off against in-flight TikTok
Rubio calls the app "notorious for its collection of children's personal information, including phone numbers, locations, and even biometric data."
834 Unaccompanied Migrant Children Encountered at Border, Highest 1-Day Total Ever
Last month, U.S. border officials encountered nearly 19,000 unaccompanied children at the southern border.
NYPD assaulted or arrested five photographers during George Floyd protests: lawsuit
None of the journalists were ever prosecuted, with three attacked by police and two detained, according to the Manhattan Federal Court lawsuit alleging their civil rights and First Amendment rights were violated.
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Orthodox rabbis slam Biden for naming lesbian rabbi to religious freedom coalition
Orthodox rabbis slam President Biden for naming a lesbian rabbi to USCIRF, the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom.
Lauren Boebert says her late-night Capitol mystery tour was "totally legit." Except it wasn't
S.Africa leader makes major cabinet reshuffle after unrest
The Texas GOP is playing chicken with Democratic lawmakers like me. Good luck with that.
2 hackers are suing an Iowa sheriff for falsely arresting them, after the government hired them to break into a courthouse to test its security
New York state impeachment investigation into Cuomo is 'nearing completion'
Oregon High School Janitor Stockpiled Weapons for Mass Shooting: Cops
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Richard Trumka Has Died. Few Could Match His Clout in Labor Politics
Florida governor feuds with White House as COVID cases rise
CBO: Infrastructure Bill Would Add $256 Billion to Deficit
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'Free' college isn't enough: Adults struggle to finish degrees, even with financial aid.
AFT president says union is now ‘looking at vaccine mandates’
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Mary Trump says Trump used his infamous 'it is what it is' dismissal when she brought up concerns about her father's burial
Photos: Protesters fill Beirut's streets one year after devastating port explosion