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Flying While Infected? No Federal Law Will Stop You
White House Calls SCOTUS Orders A Win, Despite Immunity Decision
Supreme Court Finds Much Of Oklahoma Is Native American Land
Is Reopening Schools Safe? Dr. Deborah Birx Tells Newsy It Depends.
Schools Open In Florida Next Month. Are Educators Ready?
New York City Paints 'Black Lives Matter' Mural Outside Trump Tower
CDC Will Not Revise School Reopening Guidelines Despite Pressure
New Transcript Shows Floyd Told Police Repeatedly He Couldn't Breathe
New York City Students To Return To Classroom Part Time
Esper And Milley To Testify Thursday Before House Committee
U.S. Surpasses 3 Million Confirmed COVID-19 Cases
House Defense Bill Has $1M To Rebrand Bases Named For Confederates
As President Trump Pushes To Reopen Schools, Safety Guidance To Change
How 'Kung Flu' Rhetoric Impacts The Asian American GOP Vote
Key Impeachment Witness Alexander Vindman Retires From Army
Audit Finds Facebook Made 'Devastating' Moderation Errors
Harvard, MIT Suing ICE To Support International Students
Virginia's Capital Removes Another Confederate Statue
President Threatens To Withhold Funding From Schools That Don't Reopen
Activists Unveil Criminal Justice Reform Proposal
Supreme Court Upholds Religious Exemption Rule On Contraceptives
FBI Investigating Indiana Man's Reported Assault
FDA Warns Of False Positive COVID-19 Tests
Mississippi City To Take Down Statue Of Andrew Jackson
Health Care Workers Worried About Dwindling Medical Supplies
Fauci Warns Of 'False Complacency' As COVID-19 Death Rate Declines
Trump Administration Notifies Congress It Will Withdraw From WHO
Deutsche Bank Fined $150M For Epstein Account Handlings
Facebook CEO Meets With Civil Rights Groups Behind Advertising Boycott
White House Putting Pressure On States To Reopen Schools This Fall
International Students Will Have To Leave U.S. If Schools Move Online
Former Police Officers Explain The 'Blue Wall Of Silence'
What History Teaches Us About Attacks On Peaceful Protesters
Georgia Governor Declares State Of Emergency After Weekend Violence
Florida Public Schools Ordered To Reopen For Fall
Frederick Douglass Statue Vandalized On Anniversary Of Famous Speech
WNBA Dedicates 2020 Season To Social Justice Issues
As Police Divestment Gains Support, Summer Violence Raises Tensions
Schools Push For Removing Names Of Confederate Leaders On Buildings
Judge Orders Temporary Shutdown Of Dakota Access Pipeline
Miami-Dade County Mayor Reimposes COVID-19 Closures
Remains Of Missing Soldier Vanessa Guillen Positively Identified
More Than A Dozen People Killed In Chicago Over July 4th Weekend
'Gang-Related' Shooting At South Carolina Club Concert Kills 2
Demonstrators Topple Christopher Columbus Statue In Baltimore
Protester Hit By Car On Closed Freeway Dies Of Injuries
U.S. Aircraft Carriers Conduct Drills In South China Sea
President Trump Attends Mount Rushmore Fireworks Celebration
2 Oklahoma Police Officers Charged With Murder In Stun Gun Death
Officers Fired After Taking Photos At Elijah McClain Memorial
Washington Redskins May Drop Team Name Under Pressure From Sponsors
Mississippi Moves A Step Further Away From Prohibition
Chicago Orders Incoming Travelers From Select States To Quarantine
Trump Administration Asks Air Travelers To Wear Face Masks
How Window Masks Can Help The Deaf, Hard Of Hearing Amid The Pandemic
Missouri Man's Conviction Overturned After 22 Years Behind Bars
New York City, California Halt Indoor Dining As COVID-19 Cases Rise
U.S. Army Considers Training Soldiers To Avoid Police Confrontations
DHS To Send Rapid Deployment Teams To Protect Federal Monuments
More Than 1,100 Inmates Infected With COVID-19 At San Quentin Prison
Trump Admin. To Roll Back Transgender Protections In Homeless Shelters
Los Angeles City Council Votes To Cut Police Funding
FBI Arrests Jeffrey Epstein Confidant Ghislaine Maxwell
June Jobs Report Exceeds Economists' Expectations
U.S. Records More Than 50,000 New Daily COVID-19 Cases
Lawmakers Propose Removing Columbus Day's Federal Holiday Status
Richmond Mayor Orders Confederate Statues Be Removed From City Land
Exclusive: American Airlines CEO Says Distancing Not Possible
What Went Wrong In The U.S.' COVID-19 Fight?
Boston To Remove Statue of Abraham Lincoln With Kneeling Slave
Seattle Mayor Orders CHOP Zone Evacuated
Justice Dept. Has Been Looking Into Elijah McClain's Death For Months
U.S. Officials: Financial Transfers Corroborate Russian Bounties
U.S. Records 48,000 New Cases Of COVID-19 In One Day
Louisville To Investigate Handling Of Breonna Taylor's Case
8 States Keep Confederate Statues On Display In U.S. Capitol
New Jersey Bans Indoor Smoking, Drinking And Eating At Casinos
Officer Charged With Killing Rayshard Brooks Granted $500,000 Bond
Officers Investigated After Taking Photos At Elijah McClain Memorial
Los Angeles County To Close Beaches For 4th Of July Weekend
What's The Risk Of Moving Into A New Place?
Health Officials Say Following Guidelines Is Key For Reopening Schools
White Supremacist In National Guard Was Deployed To Floyd Protests
Iowa Governor Signs Waiting Period Abortion Law
What's The Risk Of A Potluck?
Hollywood Actor, Director Carl Reiner Dies At 98
AP: White House Knew About Alleged Russian Bounties In 2019
YouTube Bans Several High-Profile White Supremacist Channels
Judge In George Floyd Case Threatens To Move Trial Location
Pepsi, Ford And More Join List Of Brands Boycotting Social Media Ads
Orange County Lawmakers Push To Drop John Wayne's Name From Airport
Reshaped By Pandemic, Cities Claim Streets For More Than Just Cars
Questions Mount After Reports Russia Paid Taliban To Kill U.S. Troops
1 Dead, 1 Hospitalized In Seattle CHOP Zone Shooting
Supreme Court Strikes Down Louisiana Abortion Law
St. Louis Couple Points Guns At Protesters Passing Their House
How Police Brutality Is Tied To America's Gun Culture
Four Charged With Attempting To Remove Andrew Jackson Statue in DC
FAA Approves Test Flights Of Boeing's Updated 737 Max Jet
The Push To Decriminalize Psychedelic Drugs