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Some District students walked out of class Tuesday to advocate for remote learning over coronavirus concerns, adding their voices to the growing pupil unrest over pandemic safety, even with the omicron wave ebbing.
Anti-vaccine activist Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., apologized Tuesday for suggesting things are worse for people today than they were for Anne Frank, the teenager who died in a Nazi concentration camp after hiding with her family in a secret annex in ...
More than 40 House Republicans are calling on President Biden to direct his administration to stop tracking federal employees who applied for religious exemptions from the COVID-19 vaccine.
New York officials are scrambling to preserve a state mask mandate Tuesday after a judge struck it down on grounds the state health department needed legislative approval to impose the rule.
Florida said it was closing its monoclonal antibody treatment sites late Monday after the Food and Drug Administration restricted the use of two drugs that haven't been effective against the omicron variant of the coronavirus.
Beijing residents are coping with abrupt local lockdowns and sweeping COVID-19 testing requirements as the Chinese capital seeks to prevent a coronavirus outbreak ahead of the Winter Olympics that opens in less than two weeks.
London police said Tuesday they were investigating Downing Street lockdown parties in 2020 to determine if U.K. government officials violated coronavirus restrictions, putting further pressure on Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Planned Parenthood has dropped its lawsuit against Lubbock over the Texas city's vote last year to ban abortions by declaring the municipality a "sanctuary city for the unborn."
 
 
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