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Pfizer has begun a study comparing its original COVID-19 vaccine with doses specially tweaked to match the omicron variant.
The Social Security Administration's 1,200 field offices have offered only limited in-person service since March 2020.
The "Rocket Man" singer hopes to return to the road soon.
Moscow has denied it is planning an assault, despite sending an estimated 100,000 troops near Ukraine in recent weeks.
It remains unclear if possession of marijuana will still be subject to arrest.
A HuffPost investigation found hundreds of immigration cases where the ban irrevocably affected life — and death.
Some advocates worry the president’s window for aggressive gun control measures is closing.
"They lock eyes on me right away, just like that, I was in it,” Goodman said, describing the moment he came face-to-face with a mob near the Senate doors.
Indiana Republican Jim Banks asked Twitter users, "Have we ever seen a President attack and malign the free press like Joe Biden has??"
“Ivanka was like, ‘Come on, dude. You gotta do it,'" Falwell told Vanity Fair.
Police in Bridgeport, Connecticut, are proceeding with a criminal investigation into the 23-year-old Black woman's mysterious death during a date.
“My feeling is justice has to prevail regardless. I just want the right things to be done, you know?” she said.

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