Former President Donald Trump has announced his endorsement of the current Attorney General of Texas Ken Paxton.
"Every person has the natural, essential, and inherent right to bodily integrity, free from any threat or compulsion by government to accept an immunization."
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There were at least 916 coronavirus patients in state hospitals on Monday, marking a 411 percent increase from the beginning of the month.
"The majority of people who do come in sick, and again, all of them are unvaccinated, we're seeing most of them are regretful about that," Beaumont Health's Dr. Justin Skrzynski told Newsweek.
Estelle Hedaya was the final victim to be removed from the deadly building collapse, ending what her relatives described as a torturous four-week wait.
The lawyers involved have spent months speaking to women who say Cuomo touched them inappropriately and make sexual remarks.
Florida is at 340.7 cases per 100,000 residents, while Texas has 108.7 cases per 100,000 residents. The Sunshine State landed on the CDC's most severe category for cases-by-population.
"Blue Origin is committed to building a future where millions of people live and work in space to benefit the Earth," Bezos wrote in a letter.
The recent measure passed by the French government requires health care workers to receive a vaccine and a "health pass" system to enter public venues.
Residents of San Mateo County have mostly backed the reintroduction of a mask policy as the area sees a "troublesome" rise of COVID cases.
The regulations for when an athlete tests positive for COVID at the Tokyo Games, such as whether they can be replaced, depends on the sport.
The announcement that the U.S. will keep the restrictions in place coincides with rising cases in the U.S. caused by the COVID-19 Delta variant.
The ban is the Russian government's latest move to increase pressure on opposition supporters, independent journalists and human rights activists.
A GIF shared by the Republican senator contained the quote "sentence first, verdict afterward."
Till, a 14-year-old Chicago resident, was murdered by white supremacists 66 years ago while visiting his great aunt and uncle in the rural Mississippi Delta.
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