Postal Service requests temporary exemption from Biden’s vaccine rule

Postal Service requests temporary exemption from Biden’s vaccine rule

This post was originally published on this siteAn agency spokesperson said a waiver would “ensure that its ability to deliver mail and packages is not hindered.”

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Elder decides not to challenge Newsom

Elder decides not to challenge Newsom

This post was originally published on this siteConservative talk show host Larry Elder announced Tuesday he will not be challenging current California Gov. Gavin Newsom in 2022.Elder was the top challenger in a failed recall election against Newsom in 2021, with two-thirds of the state…

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Power lines started California’s Dixie Fire: investigators

Power lines started California’s Dixie Fire: investigators

This post was originally published on this siteThe Dixie Fire, one of the largest in California history, was started last year when power lines came in contact with a tree, according to investigators. “After a meticulous and thorough investigation, CAL FIRE has determined that the Dixie…

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Biggest investigation in FBI history still has Garland in the hot seat

Biggest investigation in FBI history still has Garland in the hot seat

This post was originally published on this siteA year after the January 6 insurrection, the Justice Department continues to press forward on the biggest investigation in FBI history, with 700 people already arrested and hundreds more offenders still at large and several more years of prosecutions ahead.

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Lower hospitalization numbers reflect vaccine effectiveness, experts say: COVID updates

Lower hospitalization numbers reflect vaccine effectiveness, experts say: COVID updates

This post was originally published on this siteHospital admissions are up but still short of last year’s peak year’s, when the vast majority of the U.S. was unvaccinated. More COVID updates.     

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US triumphs over Canada in first dispute under new trade deal

US triumphs over Canada in first dispute under new trade deal

This post was originally published on this site The US government on Tuesday said it had won its fight with Ottawa over restrictions in the Canadian dairy market, claiming victory in the first-ever dispute under the revamped North American free trade pact. But rather than remove a point of conflict...

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As omicron spreads, will colleges go online, require COVID booster shots? What we know

As omicron spreads, will colleges go online, require COVID booster shots? What we know

This post was originally published on this siteColleges’ plans are changing daily as the omicron variant spreads. Some universities are putting classes online or pushing students to get boosters.     

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Theranos verdict sends a chill through startups: analysts

Theranos verdict sends a chill through startups: analysts

This post was originally published on this site Fraud convictions this week for Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes will send a chill through Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, insiders say, now they know there is the threat of jail for airy promises that come to nothing. But with billions of dollars washing around...

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Space business: The final (profitable) frontier

Space business: The final (profitable) frontier

This post was originally published on this site The snub-nosed craft resembles a shuttle-airplane mashup, and is the latest entrant in a profit-seeking push with staggering potential — and risks — for humans to visit, work or even live in space. The display of technology like the life-size model “Dream...

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GOP-aligned ‘dark money’ group launches $1M ad campaign to pressure Manchin

GOP-aligned ‘dark money’ group launches $1M ad campaign to pressure Manchin

This post was originally published on this siteManchin is at odds with most Senate Democrats when it comes to changing the filibuster rules.

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