Hospitals grapple with workers who cite everything from past COVID-19 infection to religion to the experimental vaccines in saying no to the shot.
For President Joe Biden, with Benjamin Netanyahu likely out, Israel’s next prime minister Naftali Bennett might pose a fresh geopolitical headache.
Half of the day care workers who left early in the COVID pandemic have yet to return to their child care jobs, due to low pay or fear of health risks.
‘We get the brunt’: In Texas border towns in the Rio Grande Valley, life intertwines with migrant surge
The Rio Grande Valley has been the backdrop of the migration surge. And for local officials, taking care of migrant families has been a priority.
Non-EU international travelers can receive digital certificates; pandemic created unparalleled labor crisis, UN says: Live COVID-19 updates
Non-EU international travelers can now receive the digital COVID-19 certificate that launched Tuesday, an EU Commission spokesperson said.
Two senators are introducing bipartisan legislation that would protect consumers from travel scams.
Despite attempts to label her “anti-police,” Stansbury wins a special election for a congressional seat.
Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski will address his retirement, Kroger will give $1 million to select vaccinated customers and more news to start your Thursday.
Aiden Leos case: Reward grows to $450K in suspected road-rage killing of California boy; suspects’ vehicle identified
The reward for information leading to an arrest in an apparent road rage shooting of a 6-year-old in Southern California has increased to $450K,
Hillsong Church founders Brian and Bobbie Houston say they’re working to improve the church as ex-pastor Carl Lentz faces sexual abuse allegations.