2 school districts sue Arkansas over mask mandate ban
Sen. Lindsey Graham says he urged Trump to 'speak up' about vaccines after 'pretty tough days' following COVID-19 diagnosis
"No one's being asked to go off to fight radical Islam or fight a foreign enemy. We're being asked to make responsible medical decisions," he told AP.
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka dead at 72, sources say
Trumka had served as president of the federation for more than a decade and has been a close ally of the Biden White House.
White House, state AGs seek ways to hold manufacturers, dealers responsible for gun crimes
The White House says states have ways to get around a federal law that provides blanket immunity to gun manufacturers and dealers for gun crimes.
Regretting mask ban, Arkansas governor becomes GOP outlier
Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas said he regrets signing an April law banning mask mandates as infections soar among the unvaccinated youth there.
Rwanda troops in Mozambique claim progress against jihadists
Kansas Republican asks for investigation into ESPN's role in Texas and Oklahoma moving to SEC
Arkansas Mass Quarantine Offers Grim Warning to School Systems Without Mask Mandates
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Two more people die with Covid-19 on Isle of Man
Richard Trumka, longtime AFL-CIO president, dies aged 72
NY Assembly 'nearing completion' of Cuomo impeachment investigation
What To Consider When Bringing Employees Back to the Office
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka, a leader for labor rights in Washington, dies at 72
Senate GOP Anticipates Weekend Vote on Infrastructure Bill
Biden allows some Hong Kong residents to stay in U.S. amid Beijing crackdown
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‘He Was Vicious About It’: Man Accused of Murdering of Husband and Wife Landlords Execution Style, Setting Kentucky Home on Fire
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Brian Kilmeade Snipes at Steve Doocy for ‘Recommending’ Vaccines
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