Vermont Gov. Phil Scott holds COVID-19 briefing
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The highly transmissible omicron variant has made at-home Covid tests hard to find.
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The former head of New York State's university system officially left office last week after authorities released evidence as part of an investigation into former Gov. Andrew Cuomo that revealed text messages about a former aide who accused the governor of creating a toxic workplace.
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The liberal Supreme Court justice is diabetic and didn't want to sit next to justices who weren't wearing masks. Her conservative colleague didn't care
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The federal website providing free at-home COVID-19 tests is open for orders. Here is how to order the tests, and what you need to know.
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GOP Doctors Caucus vice chair Greg Murphy of North Carolina led the Tuesday letter with several of his Doctors Caucus colleagues to Fauci, blasting President Biden’s top medical aide for his unprofessionalism towards the Kansas senator.
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How a wedding photographer and a donut shop owner got millions in a COVID testing operation now under investigation
While the Center for COVID Control failed to keep up with testing demands, the company's owners spent millions on luxury cars and homes, records show.
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Americans may order four at-home tests per household as part of the Biden administration's strategy to make tests accessible.
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The Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected a request to block a federal mask mandate for air travel. The emergency application was filed by a father on behalf of himself and his 4-year-old autistic son, both of whom claim to be medically incapable of wearing masks for extended periods.Their request was filed to Justice Neil Gorsuch, who handles emergency applications arising in several Western states, and he referred the matter to the full court. The...
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Former President Trump's lawyers told the Supreme Court that the House committee probing the Jan. 6 attack would suffer no harm if the justices delayed the transfer of Trump administration records to congressional investigators.The bold assertion came amid an ongoing legal clash between Trump and the House panel over whether a trove of records that investigators say would shed light on the deadly Capitol riot is covered by the former president's...
Americans can now ask for the four free rapid antigen tests the government will send to every residential address. The order form went live a day ahead of schedule.
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The United States Postal Service is sending out free at-home rapid COVID tests.
The FDA has extended the review period for Bluebird bio Inc's (NASDAQ: BLUE) biologics licensing applications (BLA) for its lentiviral vector gene therapies. The agency has pushed the applications for betibeglogene autotemcel (beti-cel) for β-thalassemia and elivaldogene autotemcel (eli-cel) for cerebral adrenoleukodystrophy (CALD). The revised PDUFA goal dates for beti-cel and eli-cel are August 19, 2022, and September 16, 2022. Related: Bluebird bio's Neurodegenerative Disease Gene Therapy Und
The Biden administration is buying 1 billion rapid COVID-19 test kits to give Americans for free. Here's how to get one.
The US Postal Service launched a website on Tuesday where Americans could order at-home, rapid COVID tests to have them delivered to their homes.
Deidre DeJear, a prominent Democrat running for governor, is speaking out about why she didn't join a standing ovation acknowledging Iowa's law enforcement during Gov. Kim Reynolds' state address last week.Driving the news: Iowa Field Report, a conservative news outlet, tweeted a picture of DeJear sitting during the governor's speech. She was attending as a guest of Iowa Rep. Chris Hall of Sioux City.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.State of play: DeJear
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Health insurance plans will cover at-home COVID-19 tests starting Jan. 15 but with most policies, you'll need to save receipts to submit reimbursement.
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The official launch is Wednesday, but the site is taking orders now.
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Kent Nishimura/GettyDemocrats have the opportunity to do something that is good for the country, that would be commonsensical and populist. So why won’t Nancy Pelosi let them?I’m talking about the “Ban Congressional Stock Trading Act,” introduced by the Democratic senators Mark Kelly and Jon Ossoff. This legislation (like a similar bill offered by Republican Josh Hawley) would prohibit members of Congress and their families (such as Pelosi’s husband, Paul Pelosi) from buying and selling stocks w
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Supreme Court justices seemed to have little doubt Tuesday that Boston was wrong to refuse to fly a banner described as a Christian flag outside City Hall. Arguments at the high court appeared to unite justices on the left and right in favor of Harold Shurtleff, a conservative activist. Shurtleff wanted to fly a white banner with a red cross on a blue background in the upper left corner, called the Christian flag.
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Biden administration’s website for free COVID-19 tests has gone live ahead of schedule — here’s everything you need to know
Searching in vain to find at-home COVID-19 test kits at nearby pharmacies? Wednesday, Jan. 19 marks an important date in that quest — or at least, that’s what the Biden administration hopes after it initially pledged 500 million free at-home test kits for Americans and recently doubled its pledge. On Jan. 19, people can start placing their orders for the kits on COVIDtests.gov, the government site getting pulled together for the mass testing effort as the omicron variant continues to fuel cases.