WASHINGTON — President-elect Joe Biden plans an early blitz of executive action to reverse some of President Donald Trump’s most contentious policies and address the coronavirus pandemic, according to an outline of ...Read more
ORLANDO, Fla. — Rebekah Jones, the former Florida Department of Health employee who has become an outspoken critic of the state’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, is expected to turn herself in to authorities Sunday ...Read more
ORLANDO, Fla. — NASA lit up all four engines on the massive core stage for the Artemis I rocket that will travel to the moon at the end 2021 but cut off the test after a minute into an eight-minute test.
The burn took ...Read more
Despite hospitals overflowing with patients, heartbreaking numbers of deaths and COVID-19 infection rates hovering at dangerous levels, there are some signs that the daily increase in the number of coronavirus cases is ...Read more
BALTIMORE — Dustin John Higgs, who was convicted of murdering three women in Prince George’s County in 1996, was executed early Saturday morning, the 13th federal inmate put to death in six months by the outgoing Trump...Read more
MIAMI —Latino leaders from more than 20 local advocacy groups have denounced the spread of misinformation in South Florida Spanish-language media, warning in an open letter that “hateful rhetoric can have deadly ...Read more
As the United States rolls out COVID-19 vaccines, some Southern states are lagging behind.
As of Friday, six states in the Southeast had among the nation’s lowest rates of vaccine doses administered, according to the ...Read more
A retired Pennsylvania firefighter. Two off-duty Virginia police officers. An Olympic gold medalist, a man who carried a handful of zip ties and one who allegedly had 11 Molotov cocktails and an assault rifle in his pickup...Read more
LOS ANGELES — During his first days in office, President-elect Joe Biden plans to send a groundbreaking legislative package to Congress to address the long-elusive goal of immigration reform, including what’s certain ...Read more
PHILADELPHIA — Are you still waiting for packages from early December to arrive?
You’re not alone, but be patient, postal workers warn, because it might be a while.
In U.S. Postal Service facilities across the ...Read more
LOS ANGELES — As California launches massive COVID-19 vaccination sites to speed up inoculations, concern is growing among public health officials that the supply of doses could soon dry up.
State and local officials ...Read more
NEW YORK — New York state’s COVID-19 positivity rate and deaths fell slightly Friday as officials continue to wrestle with a “limited supply” of vaccine and a more contagious variant of the virus, Gov. Andrew Cuomo...Read more
MEXICO CITY — The U.S. Department of Justice berated Mexico for releasing hundreds of pages of evidence in a drug trafficking case against a former Mexican defense minister, saying the publication of sensitive ...Read more
WASHINGTON — When it’s over, it won’t be over.
On alternative social media, self-styled militia and patriot websites and hate-group platforms like that of the Proud Boys, the message is the same: There are no plans ...Read more
ATLANTA — A teen selling water bottles killed over $10. A young man shot at a skate park. A child gunned down on the Fourth of July.
Their deaths were among the 157 homicides the Atlanta Police Department investigated ...Read more
PALM BEACH, Fla. — The Biden family is no stranger to presidential inaugurations. But the scene will be unlike any they, or any American alive today, has seen in Washington next week.
The clan will first gather together...Read more
In these first lumbering weeks of the largest vaccination campaign in U.S. history, Dr. Julie Vaishampayan has had a battlefront view of a daunting logistical operation.
Vaishampayan is the health officer in Stanislaus ...Read more
For Heather Suri, a registered nurse in Virginia, the race to vaccinate Americans against COVID-19 has thrown up some unprecedented obstacles.
The vaccines themselves are delicate and require a fair bit of focus over ...Read more
New York City prosecutors, who are investigating President Donald Trump’s company for possible tax, bank and insurance fraud, have broadened their probe to include a sprawling property in Westchester County.
A lawyer ...Read more
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