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02-27-2021

The U.S. is getting a third vaccine to prevent COVID-19, as the Food and Drug Administration on Saturday cleared a Johnson & Johnson shot that works with just one dose instead of two.

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02-27-2021

One Texas delivery driver says she is "amazingly blessed" after a couple offered to let her stay in their home during last week's winter storm.

02-27-2021

The US House of Representatives approved a $1.9 trillion Coronavirus relief bill early Saturday morning in a 219-212 vote.

02-27-2021

A university in New York has reportedly suspended one of its students after he shared an Instagram post in which he asserted “a man is a man, a woman is a woman.”

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02-27-2021

A prominent Virginia school district is dropping Read Across America Day, which celebrates the beloved children's author Dr. Seuss after a left-wing educators group alleged that his books contain "racial undertones."

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02-27-2021

An official says 42 people including 27 students who were abducted two weeks ago from a school in northern Nigeria have been freed.

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02-27-2021

President Joe Biden’s Department of Justice has withdrawn its support for a lawsuit brought by three female high school athletes that would block transgender females — biological males — from competing on girls’ sports teams in Connecticut.

02-27-2021

Super Bowl-winning coach and network sports analyst Tony Dungy says families talking together about race will go a long way towards addressing racism in the U.S.

A pharmacist fills a syringe with the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine at a pop-up COVID-19 vaccination site (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)
02-26-2021

U.S. health advisers endorsed a one-dose COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson & Johnson on Friday, putting the nation on the cusp of adding an easier-to-use option to fight the pandemic.

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02-26-2021

As the U.S. prepares to re-enter into negotiations with Iran over its nuclear program, some say the Islamic Republic's persecuted prisoners must be part of the deal.

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