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Judge: Texas Schools Can Set Mask Rules

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Judge: Texas Schools Can Set Mask Rules

The ban on school mask mandates from Gov. Greg Abbott violated the Americans With Disabilities Act, a federal judge ruled.

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Critical Race Theory and Election Day

Many education experts argue that critical race theory’s role in driving voters to the polls was overblown – especially against a backdrop of anger over the coronavirus and remote learning. Lauren Camera Nov. 10, 2021 U.S. News Live

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Colorado Makes All Adults Eligible for Booster

Amid a surge in coronavirus cases, Colorado adults are now eligible for a COVID-19 booster shot as the governor declares the Centennial State ‘high risk’ for exposure. Kaia Hubbard Nov. 11, 2021

Biden Nears Chance to Remake the Fed

With a chance to remake the central bank in his image, the former senator may take the path of least resistance. Tim Smart Nov. 11, 2021

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Judge Allows School Mask Rules in Texas

Flight Bookings, Prices On the Rise

Biden’s Choice to Head the Fed

Critical Race Theory and Election Day

Biden Hits the Road to Tout Infrastructure Win

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10 States With the Worst Infrastructure

These states have the worst combined quality of transportation, energy and internet systems – painting a picture of a country that has long grappled with mediocre infrastructure. Elliott Davis Nov. 8, 2021

Airports Producing the Most Emissions

Data shows airports across three continents are producing the most emissions from air travel. Alex Leeds Matthews Nov. 2, 2021

All Colorado Adults Eligible For Booster

Vermont’s Key to High Vaccination Rates

Is a Healthier Community a Click Away?

How Fast Fashion Clogs the Global South

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Health News

All Colorado Adults Eligible For Booster

Amid a surge in coronavirus cases, Colorado adults are now eligible for a COVID-19 booster shot as the governor declares the Centennial State ‘high risk’ for exposure.

Kaia Hubbard Nov. 11, 2021

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Vermont’s Key to High Vaccination Rates

The Green Mountain State has the highest rate of complete COVID-19 vaccinations in the country, partly because it makes getting the jab so convenient.

Susan Milligan Nov. 11, 2021

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Is a Healthier Community a Click Away?

Measuring mental health and getting the right support are key to better health and well-being. Both can be done digitally.

Ken Cahill Nov. 11, 2021

Health News

Judge Allows School Mask Rules in Texas

The ban on school mask mandates from Gov. Greg Abbott violated the Americans With Disabilities Act, a federal judge ruled.

Cecelia Smith-Schoenwalder Nov. 11, 2021

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The 10 Worst Presidents

Not all U.S. presidents are missed once they leave the White House.

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Political Cartoons on Joe Biden

The former vice president is the 46th president of the United States.

Nov. 11, 2021

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Biden’s Choice to Head the Fed

With a chance to remake the central bank in his image, the former senator may take the path of least resistance. Tim Smart Nov. 11, 2021

Critical Race Theory and Election Day

Biden Hits the Road to Tout Infrastructure Win

Sununu Won’t Run for Senate

The Week in Cartoons Nov. 8-12

Best States

All Colorado Adults Eligible For Booster

Amid a surge in coronavirus cases, Colorado adults are now eligible for a COVID-19 booster shot as the governor declares the Centennial State ‘high risk’ for exposure. Kaia Hubbard Nov. 11, 2021

Vermont’s Key to High Vaccination Rates

Flu Vaccine Doses Down for Young Kids in 2020

States With Lowest COVID-19 Vaccination Rates

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How Fast Fashion Clogs the Global South

The U.S. far outpaces other countries in sending used clothing to Africa and Asia – with adverse environmental consequences. Zoya Wazir Nov. 11, 2021

Weighing Holocaust Knowledge in the U.K.

How Countries Are Vaccinating For COVID

Australia Tries to Save Its Coral Reefs

U.S. Eases Country-Specific Travel Bans

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Photos: Climate Change in Greenland

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World Report

Lebanese Government in ‘Fantasy Land’ Amid Crisis, U.N. Envoy Says

Japan Adding More Hospital Beds in Plan for Next Virus Surge

Turkey Stops Flying Syrians, Yemenis, Iraqis to Belarus Amid Migrant Crisis

Politics

Communities Consider 'Managed Retreat' From Climate Change

Murkowski Announces Reelection Bid Opposed by Trump

Sen. Lisa Murkowski Announces Reelection Bid After Drawing Trump's Anger With Impeachment Vote

Business

Japan's Toshiba Spins off Energy, Computer Device Units

Climate Talks Back off From Call to End All Coal Use

World Shares Advance After Modest Gains on Wall St

Health

Dutch Government Expected to Announce Partial Lockdown

COVID-19 Hot Spots Offer Sign of What Could Be Ahead for US

Biden Salutes Troops as 'Spine of America' on Veterans Day

Science

Beloved 'Dolphin Tale' Star Winter Dies at Florida Aquarium

SpaceX Delivers New Crew of 4 to Station, 'Glorious Sight'

SpaceX Crew Launch Marks 600 Space Travelers in 60 Years

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Teddy Bear Lost in Glacier Park Returned to 6-Year-Old Girl

Trash Can Travels: Myrtle Beach Bin Makes Its Way to Ireland

With a Wink, Judge Fights 'Tyranny' of Elf on the Shelf

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Jury Recommends 28 Years for Missouri Man in Wife's Murder

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Technology

Storytel Enters the U.S. With Acquisition of Audiobooks.com

Russian E-Commerce Venture SberMarket's Transaction Volumes Triple

Latest Astronaut Crew of Four Welcomed Aboard International Space Station

Entertainment

Moody Blues Drummer, Co-Founder Graeme Edge Dies at 80

Freedom From Court Could Be Imminent for Britney Spears

Jerry Douglas, 'Young and the Restless' Star, Dead at 88

Sports

Sponsors Asked to Defend Support for Beijing Winter Olympics

Pickett, No. 25 Pitt Escape Howell, UNC 30-23 in OT

A Stunner: Miami Wins 2nd Straight, Tops Ravens 22-10

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'We Don't Want Any More Black Pastors' in Arbery Murder Trial, Lawyer Says

Affirmative Action Opponents Ask U.S. Supreme Court to Take UNC, Harvard Cases Together

Committee Probing Capitol Riot Threatens to Hold Former Top Trump Aide in Contempt

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