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Covid-19 live updates: CDC advisers weigh mixing and matching coronavirus booster shots

Moderna and Johnson & Johnson booster vaccines could be with clinicians and pharmacies as early as Friday, if the CDC chief signs off.

Unvaccinated Oregon workers who had covid-19 argued they don’t need a vaccine. A judge denied their request.

The judge wrote, “Whatever hardships Plaintiffs face in choosing between accepting vaccination or leaving their employment are substantially outweighed by the interests and needs of the State of Oregon and her people.”

A Texas school district bans boys from wearing long hair. Now, some students are suing.

With the help of the American Civil Liberties Union of Texas, seven students are suing their school district to do away with a boys-only ban on long hair.

Colorado theme park was warned about ride’s seat belt problems years before 6-year-old’s death, lawsuit says

The parents of Wongel Estifanos are suing the amusement park, alleging it failed to properly train its ride operators.

Condoleezza Rice said she cried on Jan. 6, but it’s time to ‘move on’

On “The View” on Wednesday, Condoleezza Rice said the insurrection “was wrong,” but she added it was time for lawmakers to focus on issues impacting the American people.

A couple died of covid, leaving five children behind. A relative says people called their deaths ‘fake news.’

Before he died of covid-19, Kevin Mitchem told his parents that he regretted not getting a vaccine.

Sheriff charged with falsely reporting Black newspaper carrier to police

Sheriff Ed Troyer wrongly accused Sedrick Altheimer of threatening to kill him, the Washington state attorney general’s office says.

CDC warns people to throw away onions from Chihuahua, Mexico, after salmonella outbreak

The red, white and yellow onions were imported from Chihuahua and distributed by ProSource, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.

Gunman in Parkland school shooting pleads guilty to murdering 17 people

The plea comes more than three and a half years after the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, which left 14 students and three faculty members dead.

Unidentified remains found in search for Gabby Petito’s fiancé Brian Laundrie, authorities say

Investigators found a backpack, notebook and other belongings of Brian Laundrie, who was reported missing shortly before the remains of his fiancee, Gabby Petito, were found in Wyoming on Sept. 19.

Nurse convicted of capital murder after injecting patients with air: ‘He likes to kill people’

During a two-week trial, the prosecution characterized William Davis, 37, as a serial killer who took pleasure in his actions.

NYC government workers subject to vaccine mandate as FDA authorizes Moderna, J&J boosters

The city is taking a carrot and stick approach to its deadline for municipal employees.

Police killed Breonna Taylor during a raid. The man who sparked the search was offered probation.

Louisville police went to Taylor's apartment on the night of the fatal raid on suspicion that she was connected to Glover's alleged drug activity.

Travis Tritt cancels shows with vaccination and mask mandates that are ‘trying to shame people’

The musician, who previously said promoters and venues requiring covid safety measures were “discriminating” against concertgoers, has been celebrated by conservatives, including Tucker Carlson, for pulling out of shows.

Parkland victims’ families reach $25 million settlement with school district 3 years after massacre

The agreement, which settles 52 of the 53 lawsuits against Broward County Public Schools for negligence, comes shortly before Nikolas Cruz pleaded guilty to 17 counts of premeditated murder and 17 counts of attempted murder.
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