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About 1 million Floridians lack access to high-speed internet. State lawmakers are moving forward with legislation to bring that number down. [Read More]
An ex-Ukrainian defense minister weighs in on tensions with Russia. The FDA restricts 2 drugs authorized to treat COVID. Flaws plague a tool meant to... [Read More]
The FDA curbed the use of two out of three monoclonal antibody treatments. Studies show they're highly unlikely to work against the omicron variant, which... [Read More]
The FDA curbed the use of two out of three monoclonal antibody treatments. Studies show they're highly unlikely to work against the omicron variant, which... [Read More]
also singer-songwriter with the Mountain Goats - has a hero who wants to honor the victims he's writing about but doesn't much like them. [Read More]
Senior civil servant Sue Gray could turn in her report to the government as soon as Wednesday. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's office promised to publish... [Read More]
Florida is jumping into an increasingly heated fray over what learning materials students should be exposed to in the classroom. A plan by state Republican... [Read More]
The laws governing Medicare don't provide coverage for self-administered diagnostic tests, including rapid antigen tests. Here's how seniors can get free tests anyway. [Read More]
Many of those at the small gathering of supporters expressed concern about the steps being taken at the state and federal levels that might dilute... [Read More]
A group of local middle school students was instrumental in making the mass tree planting possible... [Read More]
Rescuers are seeing an increase in previously adopted pets losing their homes as the same thing happens to their owners... [Read More]
A parental rights bill seeks to keep parents in the loop if anything changes at school regarding their child's mental, emotional, or physical well-being. Gina... [Read More]
Athletes and other attendees will be in a closed "loop" with strict rules about everything from daily testing for athletes to how spectators should respond... [Read More]
Clive Wilkinson says it's really not a good thing for employees to work at a place that has catered meals, private parks, massage tables and... [Read More]
New York City's new mayor, Eric Adams, a former NYPD officer, says the unit will help curb gun violence and will be run differently than... [Read More]
It's been two long years of COVID gloom. But NPR's readers didn't let it keep them down. From cicada tracking to open-water swimming to roller-skating... [Read More]
A taxiing Delta Airlines plane skidded off the runway at snowy Raleigh-Durham International Airport as the winter storm descended on the Carolinas. No injuries were... [Read More]
Transportation officials say crews are working to treat roads ahead of snow and ice, but warned people to stay off of them. [Read More]
Rio Mayor Eduardo Paes announced weeks ago that the raucous street parties, which draw hundreds of thousands of revelers, wouldn't proceed in the manner they... [Read More]
If nations don't address high greenhouse gas emissions, by the 2080s, all but one of the 21 cities that previously hosted the Winter Games would... [Read More]
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