This post was originally published on this siteThe US Postal Service says it’s prepared to deliver the first 500 million home Covid-19 tests to homes across the US. But USPS is facing problems, with communities in several states dealing with mail delays because of Omicron.
This post was originally published on this siteThe Biden administration will be in court Wednesday defending the use of a controversial Trump-era policy that’s resulted in more than 1 million expulsions of migrants arrested at the US-Mexico border.
This post was originally published on this siteBiden’s administration plans to begin shipping the free masks this week so they’ll be available late next week, as the omicron surge breaks records.
Why your 5G phone concerns the airline industry: What we know about the impact on travel, flights and more
This post was originally published on this siteAmid warnings of ‘incalculable’ damage to economy from airline industry, AT&T and Verizon are delaying 5G rollout near airports. Here’s what we know.
This post was originally published on this siteTechnology companies and their critics are ramping up lobbying efforts in Congress this week as a key Senate panel takes up legislation that seeks to blunt the market power of dominant tech platforms.
Five things to expect from Biden’s news conference Wednesday: Inflation, COVID-19, voting rights and more
This post was originally published on this siteOne day before his administration’s one-year anniversary, Joe Biden will field questions from the press on COVID, voting rights, inflation and more.
Virginia parents file lawsuit against Gov. Youngkin over executive order ending mask mandates in public schools
This post was originally published on this siteA group of parents of public school students in Chesapeake, Virginia, filed a lawsuit Tuesday asking Virginia’s Supreme Court to block a new executive order issued by Republican Gov. Glenn Youngkin that makes masks voluntary for children in the state’s public schools.
This post was originally published on this siteThe FBI and police from multiple European countries and Canada have taken down 15 computer servers that were used in “major international cyberattacks,” law enforcement agencies said this week.