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Can employers make you go maskless now that the CDC has relaxed guidelines for vaccinated people?
A year into the pandemic, why is it still so hard to give parents consistent, science-backed guidelines for kids?
We likely won’t reach herd immunity, but a few things can help us move forward.
Well-balanced dinner food can ward off hunger better than a sugary breakfast.
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The Trumpification of the Republican Party continues, despite his attempt to overthrow democracy on Jan. 6.
Although it has long been tradition for presidents to make their tax returns public, Trump refused to do so.
Little was known about the well-endowed Cerne Abbas Giant in England … until now.
The justices ruled that prisoners whose cases had concluded before the justices’ 2020 ruling shouldn’t benefit from it.
"Cat 1, coyote 0," police in British Columbia wrote alongside the video.
The checks are the result of a boosted child tax credit program Democrats included in the American Rescue Plan.
The Brooklyn Center City Council passed a progressive resolution that will serve as a road map for the city.
"Changing the Game" follows three teens at all different stages of their personal lives. It's due out June 1.
The incident marks the single deadliest single attack since heavy fighting broke out nearly a week ago.
Startling new study data from the WHO connects working long hours to death from heart disease and stroke.
Gates said he left his post on the Microsoft board in 2020 to focus on philanthropy.
"We have reached the point where my wife is buying Tupperware to store more Tupperware."

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