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More companies are requiring vaccines for workers, but some unions could slow the effort down
'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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Police Chase Through Rush Hour Traffic in New York Injures 11 People, Hits 7 Cars
The NYPD is investigating the incident after the suspect managed to escape the scene.
As climate change disrupts supply chains, American life is poised to change drastically
Thanks to capitalism's inability to account for climate disasters, future economic turmoil is all but guaranteed
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka, a leader for labor rights in Washington, dies at 72
Trumka served as the president of the labor group for more than a decade.
Dixie Fire Burns Through Historic Greenville, Calif.
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Dr. Fauci: 'Things are going to get worse' — here's what that could look like
US lawmakers urge Biden to shut Guantanamo prison
Federal cyber agency kicks off collaborative to defend the U.S. against cyberattacks
Ind. Woman Allegedly Killed, Dismembered Husband Before Asking Their Children to Clean Crime Scene
Jan. 6 select panel takes over House probe of Trump DOJ
Canadian justice lawyer: US didn't mislead in Huawei arrest
75 House Democrats urge Biden to take immediate steps to close Guantanamo, calling the prison a 'fundamental betrayal' of US values
Former Louisville Police Officer Pleads Guilty to Hitting Protester on the Back of the Head With a Baton During Breonna Taylor Protest
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Edwards suggests broad COVID vaccine mandates after FDA approval
'No turning back:' Biden signs order targeting half of all vehicles sold in U.S. to be zero-emissions by 2030
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American Agriculture Almost Ruined My Little English Farm. Now I'm Trying to Save It
White House fires back at Florida's GOP governor over handling of COVID surge