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The federal health agency issued new guidelines on Thursday that also address social distancing and travel by plane, train and bus.
killer is said to have told taxi driver to film his arrest
Schumer calls Barr’s alleged seizure of Apple data ‘gross abuse of power’ and ‘assault on the separation of powers’
In more than half a century on the throne, the British monarch has encountered many awkward moments when it comes to welcoming her US counterparts
Anthony Antonio said he never would have marched down Pennsylvania Avenue if he had not been told
The Senate on Thursday confirmed Zahid Quraishi to the District Court of New Jersey, making him the first Muslim American federal judge in U.S. history.
‘At one point, after a brief pause, she looked me in the eye and said, “I hope the election turns out a certain way,”’ Andy Slavitt writes
The message from many companies to their office workers is clear. It will soon be time to shed the slippers for hard shoes and return to your desk. But many companies are still puzzling over a single quandary: What to do about vaccines. Should they require employees to get them? Encourage or cajole or bribe them? “We’re all kind of, you know, flying by the seat of our pants,” said Wayne Wager, CEO of Remote Medical International, a consulting firm in Seattle that is helping companies that are re
Hospitalizations from COVID-19 dropped to fewer than 200 people.
Earlier this week, the Senate unanimously passed legislation designating Pulse, a gay nightclub in Florida, a national memorial.
G7 leaders have reached consensus on the need for a shared approach to China selling exports at unfairly low prices and to human rights abuses, a senior official in the U.S. President Joe Biden's administration said on Saturday. The official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the leaders of the Group of Seven world's largest advanced economies had also agreed on the need to coordinate on supply chain resilience to ensure democracies are supporting each other. "I would say there was unanimity in terms of a willingness to call out human rights abuses and violations of fundamental freedoms that invoke our shared values," the official said.
Israeli police said a Palestinian woman carrying a knife ran toward an Israeli military checkpoint on Saturday and was shot dead by a private security guard. The shooting took place at the Qalandiya checkpoint near Jerusalem, one of the largest in the occupied West Bank. Police said the woman, identified as a 28-year-old resident of a West Bank refugee camp, had ignored calls by the guard to stop.
Oregon House of Representatives ousted a Republican lawmaker who let violent, far-right protesters into the state Capitol on Dec. 21.
Lap-by-lap highlights and results from the Alsco Uniforms 250 race at Texas Motor Speedway.
Former president tipped to run for White House again in 2024
Mike Nearman’s GOP colleagues ‘strongly recommended’ he resign this week
With Biden administration under pressure to combat voter suppression, attorney general condemns baseless voter fraud narrative and ‘abnormal’ audits that undermine voters
John Hunter Nemechek has always had confidence in his ability, and that move he made this year back to NASCAR trucks from the top-level Cup Series was all about having the opportunity to win races with top-tier equipment. A day after his 24th birthday, Truck Series points leader Nemechek won his second consecutive race in the No. 4 Toyota for Kyle Busch Motorsports, leading the final 22 laps and finishing more than 3 seconds ahead of reigning Cup champion Chase Elliott on a steamy Saturday in Texas. It was Nemechek's fourth truck victory of the season, and 10th of his career.
The 2-year-old’s body was found in a ravine about a mile from the father’s car.
McDonald’s on Friday became the latest multinational to get hacked. The world’s largest burger chain said a data breach in South Korea and Taiwan exposed some customer and employee information. The company said hackers accessed a small number of files. Some of that contained personal data but not customer payment information. Unauthorized activity on the company’s network sparked an investigation by external consultants, who then unearthed details of the breach. McDonald’s said it quickly closed off access. The Wall Street Journal reported that the cyberattack also affected the company in the U.S. The business daily said the breach disclosed some business contact information for employees and franchisees and information about restaurants. McDonald’s said it will notify regulators and customers who are listed in the files. The cyberattack comes at a time when criminals have breached hospitals and global companies like meat processor JBS and energy giant Colonial Pipeline, both of which paid millions of dollars in ransom to regain control of their operations and restart production.
Caitlyn Jenner responded to the talk show host's comments by sharing a screenshot of an article that called Jimmy Kimmel "transphobic."