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Justice Department Drops Discrimination Lawsuit Against Yale
CDC Tool Provides 'Whole New View' of Health of Communities
San Francisco Sues Its Own School District
WEWS: Mural Highlights Ohio's Link To The Underground Railroad
Chicago Schools Delay In-Person Classes Again
WXYZ: Teacher Voices Concern About Rushing Back To School
Former Officer Charged In Andre Hill's Death
Are We Closer To COVID-19 Herd Immunity?
New Law Looks To Attract More Diverse Pilots To The Skies
Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick Among Few To Lie In Honor
Advocates Cite More Guilty Pleas As COVID Disrupts Courts
WTMJ: Mom Meets Daughter She Gave Birth To While Fighting COVID-19
Rep. McCarthy Meets With Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene
Schools Facing Pressure To Reopen Despite Pandemic
U.S. Capitol Police Expected To Hold No-Confidence Vote
KGTV: Girl Scouts Find New Ways To Sell Cookies
Minneapolis Police Department Enforcing New Body Camera Policy
2 FBI Agents Killed, 3 Others Injured In Florida Shootout
Active Hate Groups Decline For Second Year
Stacey Abrams Nominated For Nobel Peace Prize
Officers Suspended After Pepper Spraying 9-Year-Old Girl
Heavy Winter Storm Progresses In Northeast U.S.
WFTS: Buccaneers Player Helps Student Suit Up Before The Super Bowl
Decision To Charge Capitol Police Officer Pending
U.S. Agrees To $231M Deal For At-Home Test Kits
Negotiations Between Chicago Schools, Teachers Union Continues
Johnson & Johnson To Provide 100M Vaccine Doses By July
2 FBI Agents Killed, 3 Others Injured In Florida Shootout
Officer Brian Sicknick To Lie In Honor At Capitol
Capitol Denies Sledding Requests Due To Security Concerns
Northeast Braces For Heavy Snowfall
How President Biden Might Confront Policing Issues In First 100 Days
Bodycam Footage Shows Rochester Police Pepper-Spray 9-Year-Old Girl
California Grapples With Reopening Schools
CDC Expands 'Places' Tool to Target COVID Vaccines
Where Does Stimulus Money Come From?
Donald Trump Parts Ways With 5 Impeachment Lawyers
Teachers Push Back Against School Reopenings Without Vaccines, Testing
Midwest, Northeast Brace For More Winter Weather
WFTS: Football Fan Continues His Super Bowl Tradition
Pet Pantries See Skyrocketing Need From Struggling Families
President Biden To Reveal Commission To Study Reforming Supreme Court
Mudslides Cause Mayhem As It Snows In Paradise
Cori Bush Changing Offices Over 'Attacks' From Marjorie Taylor Greene
Chicago Mural Honors Lives Lost By Police Violence
New Surge Spreads In The U.S. As Third Vaccine Is Within Reach
KSHB: Students Face Off For A Super Bowl Reading Challenge
School District Turns Savings From Solar Panels Into Teacher Raises
Activists Find New Ways To Continue Missions During The Pandemic
Program Ships Fresh Seafood To Food Banks
Experts Warn Misinformation Campaigns Are On The Rise
New York Severely Undercounted Nursing Home COVID Deaths
FBI Seeking Info On Suspect Who Planted Pipe Bombs Near Capitol
John Lewis Memorial To Replace Confederate Monument
Nurses Feel Hopeful With Lower Cases, Vaccines
This Program Offers Free Tutoring To Students Of Front-Line Workers
The Impact Of Misinformation On Minority Communities
Study: J&J COVID-19 Vaccine 72% Effective in U.S.
In Years Before Riot, Congress Kept Knocking Down Plans For A Fence
Full Troop Withdrawal From Afghanistan In Question
Columbus Police Chief Forced Out
Capitol Police Chief Wants Permanent Fencing
Digital Nomads Are Taking 'Working Remotely' To A Whole New Level
Experts Say QAnon Likely To Keep Evolving Even Without Trump In Office
U.S. Willing To Return To Iran Nuclear Deal
Census Bureau Aims To Deliver Data By April
Taking A Look At Manipulated Images On Social Media
DHS Warns Of 'Heightened Threat' Of Violence
Deepfake Videos Are Getting Better, And The Pentagon Is Worried
Federal Agencies To Study Vaccine Effectiveness On COVID Variants
Tips To Separate Fact From Fiction In Your Newsfeed
Experts Say Those Already Vaccinated Should Still Wear Mask
Biden Administration Considering COVID Tests For Domestic Travel
President Biden Signs Executive Orders For Racial Equity
KMGH: Denver Tattoo Artist Goes Viral
Biden Administration Promises 'Wartime' Boost In Vaccine Supply
Harriet Tubman Could Replace President Andrew Jackson On The $20 Bill
Thousands Of National Guard Members To Stay In D.C. Into Mid-March
Man Charged With Encouraging Mob Before Capitol Riot
Severe Weather Sweeps Through Different Parts Of The Country
President Biden Boosts U.S. Products In Government Contracts
New Film School Honors Trailblazing Actor Sidney Poitier
WCPO: Inside Ohio's Effort To Vaccinate Veterans
Anti-Abortion Community Grapples With COVID-19 Vaccines Amid Pandemic
Dr. Fauci Warns Of New COVID Variants Spreading In The U.S.
WEWS: Early Childhood Educators Demand COVID Vaccines
Severe Weather Affects Vaccination Sites
These Websites 'Masquerade' As Local News, Share Partisan Messages
Pres. Biden's New Executive Orders Will Focus On Policing And Prisons
Here's How You Can Spot Fake Political News
President Biden Reverses Military Transgender Ban
This Curriculum Helps Students Spot False Information
Abortion Pill Providers Forced To Cancel Shipments To Patients
Protesters Gather After Tacoma, WA, Officer Drives Through Crowd
Buccaneers To Face Chiefs In Super Bowl
KMGH: Former Marine Walks Nearly 9,000 Miles For Cancer Patients
5 Dead In Indianapolis Shooting
Tips To Avoid Falling Into A Fake News Trap
Trump Could Face New Legal Headaches As An Ex-President
Fauci Says He Got Death Threats While on Task Force