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Coronavirus live updates: CDC panel set to issue advice on who should receive vaccine first

More than 13.5 million coronavirus cases and 267,000 fatalities have been reported in the United States since February.

Ohio GOP lawmakers are trying to impeach Gov. Mike DeWine over his covid-19 rules. He says it’s a ‘fantasy.’

Four Republican state lawmakers say the governor violated state and federal laws by requiring face masks and ordering some businesses to close.

Chef David Chang won it all on ‘Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.’ He’s giving the $1 million to hospitality workers.

Chang became the first celebrity competing on the show to win the $1 million prize.
During his radio show on Monday, Sean Hannity said Trump’s “power of the pardon is absolute.”
The pandemic has upended daily life. As we approach the holidays, here are ways you can help others.
“To this day, I don’t know how far behind I would have been if no one had done that,” said Ana Reyes, a partner at the law firm Williams & Connolly.
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Quincy Fortier, who died in 2006 at the age of 94, was never charged with any crimes and never lost his license while delivering thousands of babies. He only acknowledged the wrongdoing in his will, after his death.
The reversal came after swift backlash from residents who questioned the city’s leadership for putting the filming of a rom-com ahead of the health and safety of its citizens.
The United States has reported nearly 13.4 million coronavirus cases and over 266,000 fatalities since February.
In the TikTok clip, the nurse, who works for the oncology department, said she does not wear a mask, continues to travel and sets playdates for her children when she is not at work.
Leslie and Patricia McWaters's daughter said they felt "extremely regretful" for not taking the coronavirus more seriously.
Over four years, the first lady has come into her own. Her place is on a pedestal — alone. She seems perfectly content there. And that reassures her supporters.
The photographer who shot the image, Go Nakamura, said he hoped seeing the moment would bring to light the reality of what is happening inside hospitals during the covid pandemic.
The legislation is one of the first of its kind in the country and part of officials’ broader efforts to improve health.
A surging pandemic has led many schools to close again while generating uncertainty about when others might return to in-person classes.
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