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WASHINGTON (AP) — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says a committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection “will do the job it set out to do” despite Republicans’ vow to boycott the probe.
Majority support key parts of sweeping new infrastructure bill: poll
Popular projects included in Biden’s forthcoming bill include road and bridge improvement.
Analysis: Trump and the GOP spin fantasies to hide his crimes against the Constitution
It's gone beyond whitewashing history. Ex-President Donald Trump and his House Republican enablers are now spinning fantastical inversions to hide his crimes against the Constitution on January 6.
House votes to evacuate more Afghan allies as US war ends
The House voted overwhelmingly Thursday to allow in thousands more of the Afghans who worked alongside Americans in the Afghanistan war, citing the urgency of protecting those on-the-ground allies from Taliban retaliation as the U.S.
Democrats back Biden US lands pick assailed by Republicans
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A bitterly divided U.S. Senate panel deadlocked Thursday on President Joe Biden’s pick to oversee vast government-owned lands in the West, as Democrats united behind a nominee whose credibility was assailed by Republicans over her links to a 1989 environmental sabotage case.
House erupts in anger over Jan. 6 and Trump’s role
The dramatic back-and-forth highlights the level of distrust that persists more than six months after the Capitol attack.
Trump claims crowd at January 6 rally before Capitol assault was "loving"
Five people died in the January 6 assault on the Capitol.
Pelosi says Jan. 6 committee will proceed despite GOP 'antics'
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Thursday said the Jan. 6 committee will continue to seek the truth about the cause of the deadly Capitol attack despite GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy pulling all his Republican members from serving on the panel.
AP-NORC poll: Parties split on some infrastructure proposals
WASHINGTON (AP) — The overwhelming majority of Americans -- about 8 in 10 -- favor plans to increase funding for roads, bridges and ports and for pipes that supply drinking water. But that's about as far as Democrats and Republicans intersect on infrastructure, according to a new poll from The...
Tucker Carlson calls Black officer attacked on Jan. 6 an 'angry left-wing political activist'
Fox News host Tucker Carlson cast doubt Wednesday night on the legitimacy of upcoming testimony from a Black Capitol Police officer who said rioters at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 used racial slurs as they attacked the building.
Olympic opening ceremony director fired for Holocaust joke
TOKYO (AP) — The Tokyo Olympic organizing committee fired the director of the opening ceremony on Thursday because of a Holocaust joke he made during a comedy show in 1998. Organizing committee president Seiko Hashimoto said a day ahead of the opening ceremony that director Kentaro Kobayashi has...
With bipartisan infrastructure talks in limbo, progressives eye $4.1T ‘silver lining’
As bipartisan talks on a separate, smaller infrastructure bill remain in flux, liberal Democrats in both chambers are already signaling that the bigger bill’s top line will need to increase if a cross-aisle deal falls apart.
Texas Democrat leaves DC, returns to Austin for 'good faith dialogue' on voting bill
Texas Rep. Philip Cortez, one of roughly 60 Democratic lawmakers who flew to D.C. to prevent passage of a voting reform bill, has decided to go back home and address the issue.
Trump allies Jordan and Banks were 'ridiculous' choices for Jan. 6 commission, Pelosi says
GOP Reps. Jim Jordan and Jim Banks "made statements and took actions that just made it ridiculous to put them on such a committee," Pelosi said.
5 takeaways from President Joe Biden's CNN town hall
President Joe Biden arrived in Ohio on Wednesday mindful the days for actual bipartisan governing in Washington are quickly waning.
House passes bill to provide US visas for Afghans who helped war effort
The House overwhelmingly passed legislation on Thursday to allow thousands of more Afghans who worked alongside U.S. forces to seek safe refuge in America and avoid retaliation from the Taliban.
US Capitol rioter who captured Babbitt's death on video is the 20th person to plead guilty in insurrection | CNN Politics
A Capitol rioter who captured Ashli Babbitt's death on video became the 20th person to plead guilty for his involvement in the deadly January 6 insurrection.
Pelosi bars Trump allies from Jan. 6 probe; GOP vows boycott
WASHINGTON (AP) — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi rejected two Republicans tapped by House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy to sit on a committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection, a decision the Republican denounced as “an egregious abuse of power.”
The world's top ransomware gangs have created a cybercrime "cartel"
Russian cybercriminal gangs are mentoring younger groups and sharing hacking techniques, tools and data breach details.
Obama ethics chief blasts Biden WH 'blind spot' over Hunter Biden meeting with potential art buyers
The younger Biden will be attending the small LA shows before a larger New York City exhibition of art at his promoter Georges Berges’ gallery.
Bipartisan infrastructure plan could get another chance after Senate setback
The bipartisan infrastructure plan backed by President Biden failed to advance in the Senate, but it could see another vote Monday.
U.S. jobless claims rise to 419,000 from a pandemic low
Americans are shopping, traveling and eating out more as the pandemic has waned.
Chinese prosecutor, ex-NYPD cop charged with stalking, harassing U.S. residents on behalf of China
A Chinese prosecutor and a former NYPD detective are among those charged in a plot to harass U.S. residents in an effort to get one of them to return to China.
Paul Gosar was a beloved dentist - now he's a MAGA congressman
Coreen Anderson didn't want to see the dentist. She hadn't had her teeth cleaned for the better part of a decade, and was "super fearful" of the experience. But there was a guy in town who came highly recommended, and she decided to go see him.Subscribe to The Post Most newsletter for the most...
Lindsay Graham wants GOP to leave DC in last-ditch gambit to block Democrats' $3.5 trillion spending package. Some are open to it.
Democrats largely mocked the idea with one senator calling it "goofy." Graham's gambit could also backfire on the GOP.
Infrastructure bill fails first vote; Senate to try again
WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Republicans rejected an effort to begin debate on the big infrastructure deal that a bipartisan group of senators brokered with President Joe Biden, but pressure was mounting as supporters insisted they just needed more time before another vote possibly next week.
Biden town hall: COVID, voting rights, filibuster and other takeaways
President Joe Biden faced a number of questions, including on the filibuster, inflation and immigration at the CNN town hall in Cincinnati.
Transit funding, broadband holding up infrastructure deal
Negotiators on Thursday were working to resolve two issues standing in the way of a bipartisan infrastructure package: a disagreement over transit funding and how to handle a broadba…
Democrats get high-profile contender in Iowa Senate race
Former Rep. Abby Finkenauer of Iowa on Thursday declared her candidacy for the Senate, giving the Democrats a high profile contender in the 2022 race for the seat currently held by seven-term Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley.
Biden cites QAnon conspiracy theory to deny Democrats want to defund police
President Joe Biden likened claims of Democrats supporting the defunding of police departments to a wild QAnon conspiracy Wednesday night, insisting that leaders of his party back the blue.
Syrian gov’t shelling in Idlib kills seven members of same family
Military has stepped up bombing of rebel-held northwest since President al-Assad was sworn in for a new term last week.
It's so hot in Dubai that the government is artificially creating rainstorms
With temperatures in Dubai regularly surpassing 115 degrees Fahrenheit, the government is now using drones to zap clouds with electricity, creating rainstorms.
Housing Conditions In This Low-Income Neighborhood Pushed Tenants To Sue The Landlord
According to the complaint filed this week in U.S. District Court, living conditions for families in an apartment complex in suburban Maryland include rodent infestation and toxic mold.
Biden’s obsession with scoring a bipartisan deal suddenly looks quite doable
The president and his team kept on blinders in pursuit of a deal with Republicans on infrastructure. They appear days away from scoring one.
At 98 and facing cancer, Bob Dole reckons with legacy of Trump and ponders future of GOP
"I'm a Trumper," said Dole, the only former GOP presidential nominee to attend Trump's convention in 2016. But he added, "I'm sort of Trumped out."
China evacuates tens of thousands as storm spreads north
More cities were inundated and crops destroyed as the severe weather spread northwards, with Xinhua news reporting direct economic losses of $189 million.
Biden’s domestic terrorism strategy concerns advocates
The White House is worried about white supremacists. But the FBI’s dogged pursuit of Antifa and use of controversial tactics is troubling civil liberties advocates.
Pelosi firm on booting pro-Trump GOP from Jan. 6 riot committee
Speaker Nancy Pelosi won’t be reconsidering an unprecedented decision to block two Republican appointees from a special committee tasked with investigating the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol, even though it prompted GOP leaders to walk away from participating entirely.
Texas Democrat leaves DC, returns to Austin for 'good faith dialogue' on voting bill
Texas Rep. Philip Cortez, one of roughly 60 Democratic lawmakers who flew to D.C. to prevent passage of a voting reform bill, has decided to go back home and address the issue.
Disgraced lawyer Michael Avenatti will appeal sentence and conviction in Nike extortion case
The once-prominent attorney Michael Avenatti said that he will appeal his sentence and conviction for the attempted extortion of Nike.
Britain's 'Pingdemic' puts country's food supply under strain
Food supply chains are "right on the edge of failing," one meat industry body said
Ben & Jerry’s parent firm Unilever ‘firmly committed’ to Israel
CEO Alan Jope said Ben & Jerry’s, which has a long history of social activism, had made the decision on its own.
Argentina rolls out nonbinary ID cards in Latin American first
Argentina rolled out identification cards on Wednesday for non-binary citizens.
Garland vows crackdown on gun trafficking as violence surges | AP News
WASHINGTON (AP) — Attorney General Merrick Garland vowed Thursday that the Justice Department would crack down on gun trafficking corridors as part of a comprehensive approach to combat surging gun violence that also includes funding community intervention programs and other neighborhood groups.
Pelosi considering adding GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger to the 1/6 select committee
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is considering naming GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger to join the select committee investigating the deadly January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol.
Lincoln Project blasts Comcast for not running ad criticizing Fox News
The Lincoln Project is blasting Comcast for refusing to air an advertisement the organization made blaming Fox News for coronavirus deaths among the unvaccinated in the United States.
Australia's Male Olympics Chief Lectured A Female Premier. It Didn't Go Over Well
"You are going to the opening ceremony," Australian Olympics chief John Coates told Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk. "None of you are staying behind and hiding in your rooms."
Texas gets involved in Israel's fight with Ben & Jerry's over West Bank boycott
Texas is getting involved in Israel's battle with the socially conscious Ben & Jerry's ice cream brand.
Feds find components of pipe bomb at home of former Virginia cop charged in Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection
Federal authorities found components of a pipe bomb while searching the home of a former Virginia cop charged in the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection.
Senate panel advances controversial public lands nominee in tie vote
The Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee on Thursday voted along party lines to advance President Biden’s nominee to head the Bureau of Land Management.
A giant inflatable rat called "Scabby" is constitutionally accepted free speech
Cross-burning, flag-burning and anti-gay demonstrations are all protected free speech — a giant rat should be, too, the board said.
Biden hits Cuba with more sanctions over its crackdown on protesters
The Biden administration announced a new round of sanctions against the Cuban government for its violent crackdown on demonstrators.
Pegasus spyware seller: Blame our customers, not us, for hacking
NSO Group tells BBC News: "The finger-pointing should be at the customer."
Russia escalates tech battle, levies more fines on Twitter, Facebook, Telegram
Russia has continued its tech battle with Twitter, Facebook and Telegram by imposing more fines on the companies on Thursday.
Biden says he asks Secret Service to keep out of his room at breakfast time because he isn't dressed
Biden told CNN: "You're saying: 'Don't come in for breakfast. We can get our own breakfast,' because I like to walk out in my robe."
Jill Biden in Tokyo for Olympic Games, meets prime minister
TOYKO (AP) — Jill Biden embarked on her first solo international trip as first lady, leading a U.S. delegation to the Olympic Games in Tokyo, where the coronavirus is surging and COVID-19 infections have climbed to a six-month high.
Treasury says $1.5 billion distributed in rental assistance in June as eviction moratorium end looms
The moratorium expires on July 31, and the government is racing to give aid to renters who have not paid their landlords in months.
Critical race theory: the concept dividing the US
An idea borne of legal studies has made its way into the popular discourse, with divisive results.
Pelosi mulls adding more anti-Trump Republicans to Jan. 6 investigation
Rep. Adam Kinzinger, an ally of select panel member Rep. Liz Cheney, is the leading contender.
Judge forces US Capitol rioter to unlock laptop seized by FBI
A federal judge forced a US Capitol rioter to unlock his laptop Wednesday after prosecutors argued that it likely contained footage of the January 6 insurrection from his helmet-worn camera.
Senate braces for a nasty debt ceiling fight
Republicans are digging in on the federal debt limit, warning Democrats that it will be up to them to avoid a default as President Biden pushes for trillions more in spending.
3 mass shootings in Chicago leave a 14-year-old dead, 17 others injured
The shootings occurred hours before Attorney General Merrick Garland was expected to travel to the city to launch an effort to reduce surging gun violence.
Biden pick to lead public lands bureau poised for full Senate vote
A U.S. Senate committee on Thursday voted 10-10 along party lines on President Joe Biden's nomination of Montana conservationist Tracy Stone-Manning to lead the Bureau of Land Management, setting the stage for a vote by the full Senate.
NRCC poll: 70 percent of voters say they are concerned about inflation
A new internal poll from the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) shows growing concerns about rising inflation in a number of battleground districts ahead of 2022.
Iran opens new oil terminal in bid to bypass crucial Strait of Hormuz for exports
Iran on Thursday opened its first oil terminal in the Gulf of Oman, a move aimed at making Tehran less dependent on the Strait of Hormuz.
Sean Hannity’s Clueless Question About Biden Gets Turned Right Back At Donald Trump
The Fox News host's attempted slam of Biden turns into a scathing reminder of the former guy's history.
Joe Biden says he's self-conscious as president
The president reflects on his first six months in the White House in a town hall hosted in Ohio.
Half of states now restrict conversion therapy for LGBTQ kids
Half of the states and the District of Columbia now restrict so-called conversion therapy for minors after Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz (D) signed an executive order aimed at protecting LGBTQ youth from the practice last week.
California Sues Gaming Giant Activision Blizzard Over Unequal Pay, Sexual Harassment
The studio behind Call of Duty and World of Warcraft is facing a civil lawsuit over allegations of gender discrimination, sexual harassment and equal pay violations. The company disputes the claims.
Watch live: Biden speaks on the Victims of Crimes Act
President Biden is set Thursday afternoon to delivery remarks on the Victims of Crimes Act and sign H.R. 1652 into law.The bill addresses how the Crime Victims Fund is funded. All 100 U.S. Senators voted Tuesday to send the legislation to the White House.Biden is scheduled to sign the bill at...
How Ben & Jerry's nixed West Bank sales while being part of giant conglomerate Unilever
Ben & Jerry’s and its parent company Unilever have an unusual acquisition agreement that allowed the famously liberal company to stop selling ice cream in the West Bank and East Jerusalem, even though it has created tension between the two parties.
Culture war on education rages in Virginia governor's race
Suparna Dutta, an Indian immigrant, is incensed that new admissions standards aimed at boosting Black and Latino enrollment at her son's Alexandria, Virginia high school have resulted in fewer Asian Americans being admitted.
House Republicans push impeachment resolution against David Chipman as decision looms for moderate Senate Dems
Some Republicans are criticizing Democrats over refusing to reject David Chipman.
Attorney General Merrick Garland issues new guidelines on White House communications with Justice Department
The policies are meant to be safeguards to protect the department from "partisan or other inappropriate influences, whether real or perceived."
Police Foiled An Ohio Incel's Plot To Kill Women In A Mass Shooting, Prosecutors Say
Tres Genco, 21, is charged with attempting a hate crime involving a plot to kill women, as well as charges of illegally possessing a machine gun.
Haiti leader's slaying exposes role of ex-Colombian soldiers | AP News
BUCARAMANGA, Colombia (AP) — As the coronavirus pandemic squeezed Colombia, the Romero family was in need of money to pay the mortgage. Mauricio Romero Medina's $790 a month pension as a retired soldier wasn't going far.
Biden tells restaurateur to pay workers more amid labor shortage
President Joe Biden encouraged an Ohio restaurateur who asked how the government could address the labor shortage to pay his employees a higher salary.
Bob Dole says he's still 'a Trumper' but 'sort of Trumped out'
Bob Dole, the longtime US senator from Kansas and 1996 Republican presidential nominee, said that while he is still "a Trumper," he is "sort of Trumped out," in an interview published Thursday by USA Today.
Wright internal poll shows her leading Ellzey in TX-06 special
Wright is running to replace her late husband, GOP Rep. Ron Wright, who died of complications from Covid-19 earlier this year.
Iowa Democrat Finkenauer seeking GOP Sen. Grassley's seat | AP News
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Democrat Abby Finkenauer, a former congresswoman , is running for Republican Chuck Grassley's U.S.
Biden administration preparing sanctions on Cuban regime
The Biden administration is preparing to sanction individual members of the Cuban regime and a government special forces unit known as the Boinas Negras for human rights abuses, according to a source familiar with the plans.
What crypto slump? Blockchain startups are raising a lot of cash
<p>Funding for blockchain start-ups topped $4 billion for the first time in the second quarter, despite a sharp slump in cryptocurrency prices.</p><p>Companies
Major websites hit by brief outages
<p>Many major websites experienced outages Thursday afternoon after a major internet services provider reported a problem with its internal systems.</p><p>The
The IRS Won't Be Calling, Emailing Or Texting. Don't Fall For Child Tax Credit Scams
"Be alert to criminals who ask you, by phone, email, text – or even on social media, to verify your information," the IRS cautions.
Ex-Detroit Police Chief James Craig announces bid for Michigan governor
James Craig, the former chief of police for the city of Detroit, announced his bid for Michigan governor on Wednesday night.
Biden administration moves to withdraw death penalty requests in seven cases
The Justice Department has moved to withdraw capital punishment requests in seven cases for which the Trump administration previously sought the death penalty under its resumption of federal executions.
Roy takes aim at Pentagon chief diversity officers: Bill would ax positions
Texas Republican Rep. Chip Roy took aim at diversity “wokeism” in the armed forces with a bill introduced Thursday, dubbed the Military Refocus Act, that would eliminate top diversity officers in the Pentagon.
FBI agent in Gov. Whitmer kidnap bust accused of attacking wife: report
An FBI agent who worked the investigation into the alleged plot to kill Michigan’s governor was arrested earlier this week for allegedly assaulting his wife after the two went to a swingers party.
The bottom line on Jan. 6: There’s a lot we still don’t know
First Read is your briefing from "Meet the Press" and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter.
In the frugal last meal of a man 2,400 years ago, scientists see signs of human sacrifice
A study of the gut of a well-preserved body from a bog in Denmark has offered new details that researchers say hint at dark rituals.
Mercedes-Benz to go all-electric by 2030
"We really want to go for it ... and be dominantly, if not all electric, by the end of the decade," said the head of Daimler, Mercedes-Benz's parent company.
Endurance athlete found dead in Yosemite National Park after hike
The incident is currently under investigation.
Extreme heat scalds Christmas tree crops in Oregon
The destruction wrought by the extreme heat and wildfires raging across Oregon includes all kinds of farms - including one that grows trees for the Christmas season.
As Florida cases surge, DeSantis stays the course on Covid
Coronavirus rates are climbing in Florida, with the latest data showing Florida's current seven-day average of new daily Covid-19 cases is by far the highest in the nation.
Study: Pfizer vaccine 88 percent effective against delta variant
Two doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine are 88 percent effective against the delta variant, according to a new study.
Tokyo new virus cases near 2,000 a day before Olympics open | AP News
TOKYO (AP) — Tokyo hit another six-month high in new COVID-19 cases on Thursday, one day before the Olympics begin, as worries grow of a worsening of infections during the Games. Thursday’s 1,979 new cases are the highest since 2,044 were recorded on Jan.
Pressure mounts for DeSantis in Florida
ORLANDO, Fla. – Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is facing mounting pressure on the home front as he looks to cement his superstar status among Republicans nationally.
House GOP leaders say vaccine works but shouldn't be mandated
House GOP leaders on Thursday expressed confidence in the COVID-19 vaccine's effectiveness against the virus but said it shouldn’t be mandated for Americans as cases surge in pockets of the U.S.
New Orleans 'strongly recommends' masks as COVID-19 cases rise
New Orleans officials are recommending that residents resume wearing face masks as COVID-19 cases rise in the city.
Biden says kids under 12 could be eligible for COVID vaccines in weeks. That's not likely.
President Joe Biden said children under 12 could be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in weeks during a CNN town hall. Pfizer says it's likely later.
Death rates soar in Southeast Asia as virus wave spreads | AP News
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Indonesia has converted nearly its entire oxygen production to medical use just to meet the demand from COVID-19 patients struggling to breathe. Overflowing hospitals in Malaysia had to resort to treating patients on the floor.
Covid: China rejects WHO plan for second phase of virus origin probe
China says a proposal to audit labs shows "disrespect to common sense and arrogance towards science".
Biden jokes that Fox News had 'an altar call' on COVID-19 vaccine coverage: 'I'm not being a wise guy'
"I shouldn't make fun of it," Biden said of Fox News changing its tune on vaccines this week. "That's good. It's good."
CDC guidance on masking unchanged as Delta variant sweeps U.S. - Walenksy
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has not revised its masking guidance, even as the infectious Delta variant of COVID-19 continues to sweep the United States, driving up case counts, CDC director Rochelle Walensky said during a Thursday press call.
The Delta surge hits states at their weakest
How Biden’s vaccine misinformation problem mushroomed — Dems’ party-line spending package could grow
Fact check: Claim about unvaccinated being sent to quarantine camps started as satire
A post online falsely claims President Joe Biden is sending unvaccinated people to quarantine camps in 2022. The claim originated on a satire site.
LG creates air-purifying mask with speakers and mic
LG has announced an update to its air purifying mask, adding a mic and speaker to the hi-tech accessory that was first launched last year.
White House officials debate masking push as covid infections spike
WASHINGTON - Top White House aides and Biden administration officials are debating whether they should urge vaccinated Americans to wear masks in more settings as the delta variant causes spikes in coronavirus infections across the country, according to six people familiar with the discussions...
China rejects second WHO COVID origins investigation because it would scrutinize lab leak
The Chinese Communist Party rejected a follow-up World Health Organization investigation into COVID-19’s origins, with government scientists condemning the plans for a second inquiry because it emphasizes the need to investigate further the possibility the virus emerged from a Wuhan lab.
China says it is shocked by WHO plan for Covid origins study
National Health Commission Vice Minister Zeng Yixin dismissed the lab leak theory as a rumor.
As GOP supporters die of Covid, the party remains split in its vaccination message
Analysis: Top Trump supporters keep casting doubt on Covid-19 vaccines. Ahead of next year's midterms, that means missing a chance to give Trump credit.
Nearly half of House Republicans won't say publicly if they are vaccinated
Nearly half of House Republicans still won't say publicly whether they are vaccinated against Covid-19, even as new cases rise nationwide.
Biden administration sends more cash to hard-hit areas as Delta variant surges
The new steps come as new cases and hospitalizations continue to spike while vaccination rates have stalled.
White House boosts funding for Covid tests as infections continue to surge
As in early days of a pandemic, confirming illnesses and contact tracing are critical, public health officials say.
Biden admin stepping up community grants from COVID bill | AP News
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden's administration is beginning to make $3 billion in economic development grants available to communities — a tenfold increase in the program paid for by this year's COVID-19 relief bill .
Biden says full FDA approval of a Covid-19 vaccine could come as early as the end of August
To date, more than 339 million doses of Covid-19 vaccine have been administered to give people protection from the coronavirus; several studies show that the three vaccines authorized for emergency use in the United States work and are safe; and the government continues to give them out in...
For South Sudan mothers, COVID-19 shook a fragile foundation | AP News
JUBA, South Sudan (AP) — Paska Itwari Beda knows hunger all too well. The young mother of five children — all of them under age 10 — sometimes survives on one bowl of porridge a day, and her entire family is lucky to scrape together a single daily meal, even with much of the money Beda makes...
Eric Clapton refuses to play venues requiring vaccines for concertgoers
The UK recently announced that proof of vaccination will be required at venues and nightclubs.
30% of immigrants in ICE custody refused COVID-19 vaccine
Almost one-third of immigrants detained in Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody have refused the opportunity to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, according to agency statistics.
Biden health officials begin discussing mask recommendations as variants surge cases
Top Biden health officials and some White House officials are holding preliminary conversations on revising mask recommendations for vaccinated Americans as the Delta variant spreads throughout the US, according to multiple sources familiar with discussions.
Biden administration targeting rural communities with funding for vaccine education and outreach, beefing up testing
The Biden administration is taking additional steps to stem the spread of Covid-19 with additional resources aimed particularly at helping rural communities slow the spread and vaccinate more people as cases rise nationwide, White House Covid-19 senior adviser Jeff Zients announced Thursday.