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Florida bans ‘vaccine passports’; California to allow indoor gatherings starting April 15; CDC travel guidance: Live COVID-19 updates

Florida bans ‘vaccine passports’; California to allow indoor gatherings starting April 15; CDC travel guidance: Live COVID-19 updates

Elinor Aspegren and Adrianna Rodriguez, USA TODAY The U.S. has vaccinated more than 30% of its population against COVID-19, with more than 101.8 million Americans receiving at least one dose of the vaccine, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention vaccine tracker. More than 17% of the total population has been fully vaccinated, as have […]

U.S. launches strike on Syrian military airfield: Here’s what we know

U.S. launches strike on Syrian military airfield: Here’s what we know

President Donald Trump suggests that Syrian President Bashar Assad may have to leave power after this week’s chemical weapons attack. Speaking to reporters aboard Air Force One, Trump said that what happened in Syria is a disgrace to humanity. AP The U.S. launched cruise missiles against Syria Friday, a day after President Trump said a […]

Comey: Feds have roughly 900 domestic probes about Islamic State operatives, other extremists

Comey: Feds have roughly 900 domestic probes about Islamic State operatives, other extremists

Bracing for a big power grid attack: ‘One is too many’

Bracing for a big power grid attack: ‘One is too many’

Editor’s Note: In light of the recent hacking of every Federal employees’ personal information, including their social security numbers, this possibility is worth looking at. By Steve Reilly, USA Today About once every four days, part of the nation’s power grid — a system whose failure could leave millions in the dark — is struck […]

White House weighing air support for Iraq–while children and the old die on mountain-top

White House weighing air support for Iraq–while children and the old die on mountain-top

White House weighing air support for Iraq David Jackson and Jim Michaels, USA TODAY WASHINGTON — President Obama is considering options to assist trapped minorities in Iraq, including possible airstrikes, a government official said. Obama has already authorized airdrops of food, water and medicine, the official said. The administration has been mulling options for weeks, […]