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The Justice Department on Friday arrested a Leander man and charged him with threatening election and other government officials in Georgia, according to court documents and media reports. This is … more
The Navy is adding two weeks to boot camp, extending basic military training to 10 weeks. The change gives new sailors time to work with mentors to talk about situations … more
Health experts have recommended switching to N95 or KN95 face masks as the omicron coronavirus variant — which transmits and evades COVID-19 vaccines more easily than past strains — … more
The surge of COVID-19 cases across the nation is proving an unsettling yet well-known fact: you can still get infected with the coronavirus despite being fully vaccinated, even more so with the … more
There are various types of COVID-19 tests that people may choose from to find out if they are infected with the virus. Dr. Matthew Binnicker and the team at Mayo Clinic Laboratories help … more
Every state requires children to receive an array of vaccinations before they enroll in school. Typically, those inoculations are for protection against polio, diphtheria, pertussis, measles, … more
Not long before Christmas, Haven Whiteman got a letter from the Georgia Department of Labor. It shook the 28-year-old Atlantan, a former restaurant server assistant who had seen her regular pay and … more
Ahead of Christmas, health experts suggested undergoing a rapid coronavirus test just before any gatherings. But some health experts are now warning that you can test negative … more
COVID-19 vaccines protect you from getting sick. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says people who are up to date with their COVID-19 vaccinations and booster shots are … more
The deadly shooting at Oxford High School placed a spotlight on a simple measure experts say could stop children from getting access to a weapon: locking them up. That could have … more
An organization that gave more than $1 million in 2020 to the dark-money nonprofit at the center of Florida’s “ghost” candidate scandal is seeking to block the … more
An estimated 1,254 people currently held in U.S. immigration detention centers have tested positive for COVID-19, according to the most recent federal data, more than four times the number recorded a … more
Up to 1 million COVID-19 test kits were left to expire inside a Florida warehouse amid a nationwide shortage triggered by a winter surge of coronavirus cases. At a news conference held by Gov. Ron … more
The Biden administration wants to keep children in school, Education Secretary Miguel Cardona said on Sunday, adding that “they’ve suffered enough” in the pandemic. Cardona … more
Gov. Ron DeSantis called Florida “the freest state in the United States” in his 2022 State of the State address Thursday, making his opposition to COVID restrictions … more
The Biden administration is preparing to ask Congress for “substantial” funding to address the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic domestically and abroad, according to House … more
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said there’s an “opportunity” to add federal coronavirus relief aid to a package of legislation funding the government as a February deadline … more
Dr. Anthony Fauci said Sen. Rand Paul’s attacks on his response to the coronavirus pandemic were meant to raise money for the Kentuckian’s reelection campaign, as the … more
As the omicron variant sends U.S. COVID-19 case numbers soaring to new records and drugstores and walk-in clinics clamor for test kits, suppliers have been struggling with their own mounting … more
He posted online that he doesn’t always storm the Capitol but that when he does, he prefers Coors Light. Now Thomas Paul Conover, 53, from Keller is facing up to six months in … more
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