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White House fires back at Florida's GOP governor over handling of COVID surge
The White House is hitting back at Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida while he fundraises using President Joe Biden urging him to "get out of the way."
Ind. Woman Allegedly Killed, Dismembered Husband Before Asking Their Children to Clean Crime Scene
Thessalonica Allen allegedly shot her husband during an argument in which he said he was going to leave
'No turning back:' Biden signs order targeting half of all vehicles sold in U.S. to be zero-emissions by 2030
Biden signed an executive order targeting half of all vehicles sold in U.S. to be zero-emissions by 2030, according to officials.
Edwards suggests broad COVID vaccine mandates after FDA approval
Gov. John Bel Edwards laid a foundation for mandatory COVID-19 vaccines across large sections of Louisiana on Wednesday during a virtual town hall discussion.
Dr. Fauci: 'Things are going to get worse' — here's what that could look like
Jan. 6 select panel takes over House probe of Trump DOJ
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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'It's All Hands on Deck' as White House Pushes Vaccines Ahead of School Reopenings
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More companies are requiring vaccines for workers, but some unions could slow the effort down
US lawmakers urge Biden to shut Guantanamo prison
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Canadian justice lawyer: US didn't mislead in Huawei arrest
De Blasio says ‘narcissist’ Cuomo is harming COVID recovery by staying in office
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American Agriculture Almost Ruined My Little English Farm. Now I'm Trying to Save It
Police Chase Through Rush Hour Traffic in New York Injures 11 People, Hits 7 Cars
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AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka, a leader for labor rights in Washington, dies at 72