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FDA chief: ‘Science will guide’ vaccine decisions

Hahn's remarks come amid plummeting public confidence in vaccines and the Trump administration’s coronavirus response.) told Hahn, listing pressure the White House exerted on FDA to authorize hydrox

Trump administration proposes bill to chip away at social media’s legal protections

Under Section 230, internet companies are protected from lawsuits for making “good faith” efforts to take down or restrict a wide range of illicit or “otherwise objectionable” material.What's

Louisville locked down ahead of anticipated Breonna Taylor announcement; wounded officer defends actions

The city of Louisville appeared to be on lockdown early Wednesday awaiting an announcement from Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron on whether criminal charges will be brought against the three

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s casket arrives at Supreme Court to lie in repose

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s casket arrived at the Supreme Court building Wednesday morning and was greeted by former law clerks who lined the front steps as honorary pallbearers as thousands are

Pelosi unveils Watergate-style anti-corruption reforms — tailored for the Trump era

'Our democracy is not self-effectuating — it takes work and a commitment to guard it against those who would undermine it, whether foreign or domestic,' the seven House committee chairs unveiling th

Targeting Amy Coney Barrett’s Catholic faith is ‘awful’ amid SCOTUS discussions: Sen. Manchin

V., told 'Fox & Friends' on Wednesday that Senate Democrats' push to bring Judge Amy Coney Barrett's religion into the debate is a bad idea.It sure doesn't with me,' said Manchin, who doesn't support

Poll: Biden, Trump virtually tied in Arizona, Florida

But the polls of the Sun Belt battlegrounds, conducted by Langer Research Associates, show Biden slightly ahead of Trump among registered voters surveyed in both states: 49-47 percent in Arizona and 4

Bob Staake’s “Icons” | The New Yorker

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the second woman to be appointed to the Supreme Court, died on Friday, at the age of eighty-seven.Jill Lepore on Ginsburg’s dissents:.Ginsburg’s dissents carried a particular

Opinion | Five Things Biden and His Allies Should Be Worried About

Since then, Trump’s moderate patina has been wiped off.the issues Trump is trying to capitalize on are just not very important to most voters because they are not part of their lived experience or f

Former Marine suffering from burn pit exposure says VA ‘left everybody out to dry’

As more veterans have returned home from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, a contentious debate has taken shape over the data surrounding the effects of exposure to burn pits used to dispose of wa
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