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‘That whole community has been left out of the equation,’ says advocate for as many as 9 million Americans living overseas.

Follow the president-elect’s progress filling nearly 800 positions, among the 1,200 that require Senate confirmation, in this tracker from The Washington Post and the Partnership for Public Service.

The decision means that those eligible for boosters can choose any of the three now authorized in the United States.

Troy Smocks of Dallas, the second defendant to be sentenced for a felony, was strongly criticized by the judge after claiming he was victim of racism.

The campaign will be tailored to children and families, emphasizing smaller settings such as pediatricians’ offices and outreach to parents.

Timothy Hale-Cusanelli, whose photo in court records showed him with a squared-off moustache and slicked back hair, is one of at least six service members federally charged in connection with the Capitol riot involving supporters of President Trump.

The agency’s proposal would create a new category of over-the-counter hearing aids and supersede state-level regulations that require patients to go through physicians or audiologists to get prescriptions and fittings for them.

The former Pennsylvania health secretary was sworn in Tuesday as the sixth four-star admiral in the history of the U.S. Public Health Service.

Witnesses said Darrell Neely boasted about stealing a Capitol Police officer's jacket, badge, name tag and baseball cap along with four china plates, feds say.

Powell, who was 84 and immunocompromised, fit perfectly into a demographic that remains vulnerable to infections despite vaccination.

Veteran USCP officer Michael Angelo Riley allegedly told participant to delete incriminating social media material before erasing his own.

McCabe approved the FBI’s Trump-Russia probe and briefly succeeded James B. Comey, and was dismissed hours before his retirement in March 2018.

The emergence of the former commissioner as the president’s top pick was confirmed by five people with knowledge of the discussions.

Judge orders U.S. prosecutors to set deadline for ending probe in 16-defendant indictment.

A Florida Proud Boys member’s four-month wait for wrist surgery unleashes a federal judge’s frustration at jail staffing shortages that may be jeopardizing defendants’ rights.

Under a groundbreaking decision by state and federal officials, many private health plans sold in Colorado will soon be required to cover hormone therapy, genital reconstructive services and other procedures sought by transgender patients.

Kickoff could begin in early November. Some warn administering vaccines to young children poses unique challenges.

Biden's goal is to show that vaccine mandates, which have sparked an outcry among the anti-vaccine factions on the right, are working — from both a public health perspective and an economic one.

Brandon Straka, 44, in plea deal admitted to intending to disrupt certification of election results by impeding police and breaching building.

A U.S. district judge ignored prosecutors’ recommendation of home confinement for a Jan. 6 defendant, saying jail time was needed to serve as a deterrent to others.

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