53 police officers, 48 firefighters and 17 other city employees are pushing back against the City of Raleigh's COVID-19 vaccine policy.
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Students, parents and teachers rallied across Sacramento Monday.
Parents have pulled their children out of class on Monday for the walkout.
- CBS News Videos
Some parents are pushing back over a California order requiring all students to get vaccinated against COVID-19 once they are eligible and the FDA gives full approval. Carter Evans has the latest.
- WBAL - Baltimore Videos
As of Monday, Baltimore City employees are mandated to be fully vaccinated and they have until the end of the day to upload their vaccination proof.
- KTXL - Sacramento
The nation’s first coronavirus vaccine mandate for schoolchildren drew crowds of parents and students to the California State Capitol Monday in protest.
A 54-year-old Beeville man was killed when his motorcycle struck a cow in the roadway, was ejected and was then hit by a vehicle.
- WCVB - Boston
The state police union is reacting to a COVID-19 vaccine mandate that went into effect this weekend. The State Police Association of Massachusetts said almost 85% of members are vaccinated, and the association is not “anti-vax” but is “pro-collective bargaining.”
The conspiracy-endorsing Republican drew fierce criticism for her "woke medicine" post about Dr. Rachel Levine, the first U.S. transgender four-star officer.
- Washington Examiner
The White House tried to downplay photos of President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden maskless in an upscale Washington, D.C., restaurant, contravening the capital's indoor mandate.
- Washington Examiner
The city of Seattle had the largest drop in sales tax revenue last year among Washington municipalities, according to a new report from the Office of the Washington State Auditor.
- USA TODAY
Fact check: Southwest will comply with federal vaccine mandate, but employees won't be fired over it
Southwest Airlines’ CEO said he doesn’t support corporate mandates and won’t be firing anyone over one, but the company has said it will comply.
- CBS News
The former secretary of state and longtime colleague of the president died Monday morning due to complications from COVID-19 at the age of 84.
- The Telegraph
Poland has, to borrow a phrase from Michel Barnier, learned the lessons of Brexit.
- Idaho Statesman
A deputy attorney general recommended on June 7 that the lieutenant governor’s office release task force records “as soon as possible.”
- Hartford Courant
Connecticut Gov. Lamont rips protesters hurling obscenities at President Biden while surrounded by children at Hartford event: ‘It was embarrassing.’
Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont Tuesday ripped into protesters who hurled curses and vulgarities at President Joe Biden during a visit to a child care center in Hartford last week. Four days after the event, Lamont was still clearly bothered by the protesters, who shouted vulgarities as about 35 children, along with their teachers, were meeting the president at an event touting additional federal ...
- Miami Herald
To argue against Florida legislation that would make it a crime to get too close to police, former public defender Keon Hardemon left his seat at the Miami-Dade County Commission dais Tuesday and walked the floor with a tape measure.
- The Week
Biden keeps claiming his agenda costs $0. C'mon.
The second-ranking U.S. Treasury official told senators on Tuesday that the agency would hold International Monetary Fund Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva accountable for changes needed to safeguard IMF integrity in the wake of a World Bank data-rigging scandal. "We did not find that it was appropriate at this point to remove the (IMF) managing director," Deputy U.S. Treasury Secretary Wally Adeyemo told a U.S. Senate Banking Committee hearing. "But we did make very clear during those meetings, and directly to the managing director that changes need to be made to ensure whistleblowers' rights are protected and that the integrity of the institutions are protected, which is our overarching goal," Adeyemo said.
- NY Daily News
Mayor de Blasio and top city health officials unveiled tentative plans Monday to roll out booster shots for the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccines, but said they are still waiting on formal approvals from the federal government before moving forward. The Food and Drug Administration granted tentative approvals for both boosters last week and along with the Centers for Disease Control ...
- USA TODAY
Police don't know the law, and SCOTUS sticks to bizarre rule that there must be nearly identical facts to recover for constitutional violations