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People line up outside a free COVID-19 vaccination site that opened Friday in Washington, D.C. The local health department is stepping up vaccination and booster shots as more cases of the omicron variant are being identified in the United States.
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Every car in Michigan that was covered by insurance as of the end of October will bring its owner $400, under a new refund plan approved by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's administration.
Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Gary Gensler testifies before the Senate Banking Committee on Sept. 14. In an interview with NPR, Gensler said he's aiming to unveil tougher rules for SPACs, a hot trend in Wall Street, by early next year.
Chris Cuomo attends The Hollywood Reporter's annual Most Powerful People in Media cocktail reception in 2019 in New York. CNN fired Cuomo for the role he played in defense of his brother, former Gov. Andrew Cuomo, as he fought sexual harassment charges.
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One of the Home Bed assist handles recalled by Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare. The company is recalling both its Bed Assist Handles and Bed Assist Rail after two deaths were reported.
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A planned merger between former President Donald Trump's social media startup and a so-called special purpose acquisition company, or a shell company, is being investigated by regulators.
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Chris Cuomo was fired by CNN after an attorney arranged to share materials supporting accusations by a former colleague of Cuomo's at ABC News that he had sexually harassed her there.
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In August of 2021, more than 1,000 janitors with the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) rallied and marched in Los Angeles, California ahead of their as their contracts expiring.
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The ride-hailing company Didi says it has about 600 million users, theoretically giving the company access to the addresses and travel history of many government employees who use the app.
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