Analysis: Talk of vaccine mandates accompanies Covid resurgence

The Covid spike is racing through Florida and Arkansas, in particular, but also affecting cities like Los Angeles. It’s caused by the Delta variant raging through unvaccinated communities and breaking through to some vaccinated people too.

Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger prepare for blockbuster hearing amid attacks from their own party

Republicans looking to undermine an investigation into January 6 are returning to a familiar playbook for the GOP: invoking Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

Exclusive: Leaked documents reveal death threats and roadblocks in Haiti assassination investigation

There was no mistaking the meaning in last week’s anonymous text message: Do what we say or die.

‘No clear answer:’ Few clues in case of girl sickened by foreign bacteria as others test positive

As Lylah Baker recovers, family members have tested positive for exposure. Scientists are tracking clues for the source but so far coming up short.

Some seeking out a second dose after getting J&J vaccine

Jason Gallagher, an infectious disease pharmacist in Philadelphia had gotten the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine through a clinical trial in November, but this summer he didn’t like the direction Covid-19 cases were taking due to variants.

Jamie Lynn Spears’ husband seemingly caught looking at sister-in-law Britney’s Instagram

Britney Spears’ fans are lighting up social media after her sister Jamie Lynn Spears’ husband was seemingly caught red-handed gawking at one of the pop star’s recent Instagram posts.

New York Times downplays context of Jacob Blake shooting in Naomi Osaka article

The New York Times is once again omitting crucial details in the Jacob Blake shooting by claiming Blake was shot in the back “after exchanging words with the police.”

US and China trade barbs after another high-level meeting`

The US and China fought a war of words Monday as each side worked to set the narrative after their latest testy senior-level meetings.

1960s civil rights activist Robert Moses has died

Robert Parris Moses, a civil rights activist who was shot at and endured beatings and jail while leading Black voter registration drives in the American South during the 1960s and later helped improve minority education in math, has died. He was 86.

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