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He built a website showing open Covid-19 vaccine appointments across the US. Some call it a lifesaver
For weeks, Nick Muerdter had been hearing about his coworkers' concerns and frustrations as they tried to navigate complicated and evolving Covid-19 vaccination systems to land an appointment for their parents.
Pentagon police officer charged in shooting deaths last week may face new charges over a 2020 incident
The Pentagon police officer who was charged with two counts of murder Friday may be facing charges related to an incident in 2020 in which he pointed a shotgun at a woman's face, authorities said.
For many sufferers of long Covid, proving they are sick is a big part of the battle
Lyth Hishmeh kept feeling ill months after contracting coronavirus a year ago in March. He had chest pain and couldn't concentrate. At 26 years old, the former regular runner was fatigued and breathless, struggling to function properly. Yet medical professionals kept telling him he simply could not still be ill.
The US hit a new record for vaccine doses administered in one day, but the good news was dampened by a surge of cases in Michigan
The US just hit a record high of about 4.6 million doses of Covid-19 vaccines reported administered in one day, according to data published Saturday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Books that touched on race were among the most challenged as inappropriate for libraries in 2020
Books that talked about racism and racial justice -- or told the stories of people of color or the LGBTQ community -- were among the most challenged as inappropriate for students in 2020, according to a survey by the American Library Association.
Police used excessive force, threatened Army officer during traffic stop, lawsuit says
A US Army officer is suing two Virginia police officers after they pointed guns at him, pepper sprayed him and pushed him to the ground during a traffic stop last December for what the officers believed was a missing license plate on his new SUV.
Analysis: Michigan's Covid-19 surge becomes a reality check for a restless nation
Amid an alarming surge in Covid-19 cases in Michigan, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's Friday appeal to her state's residents to voluntarily take a two-week pause on indoor dining and gatherings was a sobering message and a reality check for Americans who have been returning to many of their old pastimes as the pace of vaccinations pick up.
New York man arrested after alleged involvement in three anti-Asian hate crime incidents within a month
A Brooklyn, New York, resident was charged earlier this week with a series of hate crimes in connection with three violent incidents against Asian New Yorkers within a month, according to the New York Police Department.
Opinion: Too Chinese for the US, too American for China. Where can Asian Americans like me call home?
Last summer, a Chinese man approached me on a crowded Beijing street and asked me in Mandarin if I was Chinese American. It seemed innocent enough, as I was speaking English with expat friends.