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False-negative results have caused frustration and even heartache for some people who later got back positive PCR results and now fear they may have infected others.
Progressives’ aspirations have been battered over the past several months as the failure of much of President Biden’s economic agenda becomes increasingly likely.
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Aid groups and defense officials from Australia and New Zealand are working on contactless ways to deliver supplies to the Pacific kingdom as it grapples with the hazards of volcano ash and an apparent shortage of drinking water.
The march begins at noon Friday with a rally on the National Mall before moving to the steps of the Supreme Court.
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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit rejected a request from abortion providers to send the case back to a trial court judge who previously blocked the law.
Robertson's fight against the NBA-ABA merger resulted in the Oscar Robertson Rule, which pushed players toward free agency and helped establish the modern NBA. But it also cost him.
Charles E. McGee flies a Cirrus Vision SF50 with assistance from a co-pilot in 2019. (AP)
Charles McGee1919–2022
Over a 30-year career in the Army Air Forces and its successor, the Air Force, he logged 6,308 flying hours and a remarkable 409 combat missions, among the most in service history.
An adult Magellanic penguin. (Center for Ecosystem Sentinels)
Female penguins are arriving later to give birth, and chicks are spending less time in the nest and must grow faster, a study shows.
The Potomac Riverkeeper Network said it tracked the discharge to an outflow near the Washington Aqueduct.
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The Ohio Supreme Court said the legislative and congressional district maps must be redrawn.
Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-Wash.), chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus. (AP)
In 2020, Democrats promised health-care reforms if elected. Now they are feeling pressure to deliver as the 2022 midterm elections loom.
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The White House says the worst supply snarls may be in the past, but worker shortages worsened by the omicron surge and looming labor talks could bring more problems.
Activists say the risk of offending the world’s second-biggest economy has caused the companies to stay mum on China’s human rights abuses.
The franchise’s third offseason with Coach Ron Rivera is expected to be all about the quarterback position.
Fitzpatrick, who hasn’t played since suffering an injury in Week 1 as a member of the Washington Football Team, has spoken in the past about his fondness for Buffalo, where he spent four seasons.
Tight end George Kittle, receiver Deebo Samuel and fullback Kyle Juszczyk are the engines driving the team's super offense. (AP)
“It’s not going to be easy going into Lambeau,” San Francisco quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo said. “We know it’s going to be a tough challenge for us, but we are ready for it.”
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