Yelp to let users filter which businesses require vaccination
CBO: Infrastructure Bill Would Add $256 Billion to Deficit
While a deficit increase could chip away at some Republican support, the bill is still expected to move forward as Senate Democrats barrel toward final passage.
U.S. News & World Report
Lauren Boebert says her late-night Capitol mystery tour was "totally legit." Except it wasn't
Boebert says her family visit on Dec. 12, which broke several Capitol rules, was "totally permitted." But by whom?
S.Africa leader makes major cabinet reshuffle after unrest
South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa on Thursday carried out a major cabinet reshuffle covering security posts but also the economy and health following unprecedented unrest over the jailing of his predecessor. Under pressure after last month's unrest...
AFT president says union is now ‘looking at vaccine mandates’
New York State’s largest teacher’s union has also said it will oppose efforts to require educators to get vaccinated against Covid-19 before they return to school next month.
26-year-old sheriff's deputy killed in ambush shooting: Police
Florida governor feuds with White House as COVID cases rise
Orthodox rabbis slam Biden for naming lesbian rabbi to religious freedom coalition
NYPD assaulted or arrested five photographers during George Floyd protests: lawsuit
New York Daily News
New York state impeachment investigation into Cuomo is 'nearing completion'
The Texas GOP is playing chicken with Democratic lawmakers like me. Good luck with that.
Oregon High School Janitor Stockpiled Weapons for Mass Shooting: Cops
The Daily Beast
Education secretary warns DeSantis, Abbott on masks: 'Don't be the reason why schools are interrupted'
Warden at jail holding Ghislaine Maxwell charged with murder
Off-Duty Deputy Radioed in His Own Injuries Before Dying in Ambush-Style Shooting: ‘He Loved Being a Deputy Sheriff, and He Was a Good One’
Law & Crime
Photos: Protesters fill Beirut's streets one year after devastating port explosion
The LA Times
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White House, state AGs seek ways to hold manufacturers, dealers responsible for gun crimes
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