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From schools to sports, a new wave of COVID-19 disrupts U.S. life
December 16, 2021
By Tyler Clifford and Lisa Shumaker NEW YORK (Reuters) -Universities canceled events, the National Football League reported a record number
Night of devastating tornadoes likely kills more than 100 in Kentucky
December 13, 2021
By Cheney Orr MAYFIELD, Ky. (Reuters) – At least 100 people were feared dead in Kentucky after a swarm of
December 8, 2021
(Reuters) -Hawaii prepared for more rainfall on Tuesday after the Pacific island chain was beset with torrential downpours that caused
Neither Santa nor Grinch: Biden promises stocked shelves for Christmas
December 2, 2021
By Nandita Bose and Trevor Hunnicutt WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Joe Biden promised on Wednesday that rising prices and goods
November 29, 2021
By Daniel Trotta (Reuters) – Americans flocked to parades, packed football stadiums, and gathered more freely for family feasts on
November 23, 2021
By Tom Polansek and Christopher Walljasper CHICAGO (Reuters) – U.S. Thanksgiving feasters are paying premium prices for turkeys this year,
November 18, 2021
By Sharon Bernstein (Reuters) – Florida on Thursday banned schools and businesses from requiring vaccination against COVID-19 and set the
November 18, 2021
By Jill Serjeant LOS ANGELES (Reuters) -A crew member working on the Western movie “Rust” said in a lawsuit on
Jury in U.S. teen Rittenhouse's murder trial ends first day without verdict
November 17, 2021
By Nathan Layne KENOSHA, Wis. (Reuters) -The jury in the Wisconsin murder trial of Kyle Rittenhouse ended their first day
November 11, 2021
By Ahmed Aboulenein WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Ten Republican state attorneys general sued on Wednesday to stop the Biden administration’s requirement
Pfizer seeks FDA nod for COVID vaccine boosters for U.S. adults
November 10, 2021
(Reuters) -Pfizer Inc and BioNTech on Tuesday requested the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to authorize booster doses of
November 8, 2021
By David Shepardson WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States is expecting a flood of international visitors crossing its borders by
November 3, 2021
By Michael Erman (Reuters) – Advisers to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Tuesday unanimously supported
November 1, 2021
By Lisa Richwine LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The armorer who oversaw guns used in filming of Western movie “Rust” said
October 28, 2021
By Brendan Pierson (Reuters) – Lawsuits seeking to assign civil liability in the fatal shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins would
October 15, 2021
By Lisa Baertlein LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The Port of Los Angeles is beginning the hard work of convincing terminal
U.S. to lift Canada, Mexico land border restrictions in Nov for vaccinated visitors
October 13, 2021
By David Shepardson and Steve Holland WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The United States will lift restrictions at its land borders with Canada
"There will be things that people can't get," at Christmas, White House warns
October 12, 2021
By Jarrett Renshaw and Trevor Hunnicutt WASHINGTON (Reuters) – White House officials, scrambling to relieve global supply bottlenecks choking U.S.
October 11, 2021
By Nate Raymond BOSTON (Reuters) – Two wealthy fathers who were the first to face trial in the U.S. college
October 8, 2021
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Pfizer Inc and BioNTech SE have asked U.S. regulators to authorize emergency use of their COVID-19 vaccine for
October 1, 2021
By Sheila Dang and Paresh Dave (Reuters) – U.S. senators on Thursday grilled Facebook Inc on its plans to better
Investors with $1.6 trillion in assets push Congress to back paid leave
September 29, 2021
By Jessica DiNapoli NEW YORK (Reuters) – Investors with assets worth over $1.6 trillion urged Congress on Tuesday to pass
Relief, anxiety as U.S. parents confront emotional back to school
September 28, 2021
By Maria Caspani NEW YORK (Reuters) – Kelly Toth was “very relieved” when her four sons went back to school
U.S. flood insurance rates to rise for 77% of policyholders -study
September 22, 2021
By Ross Kerber (Reuters) – Changes to the main U.S. flood insurance program will raise rates for 77% of policyholders,