In some states, officials are looking to compensate employees who were fired because of a company's vaccine mandate.
The Georgia Republican found 4 percent of her constituents thought their votes wouldn't count.
Florida's massive summer surge fueled criticism of Governor Ron DeSantis, who has bucked mask and vaccine mandates in the Sunshine State.
The Johnson & Johnson booster could be the first to be recommended for all recipients.
Some companies have already extended their return policy to accommodate for the early holiday shopping.
Zyrin Foots, a 10-year-old boy from Texas, was taken off life support on Wednesday after being given a 25 percent chance of survival.
Alan Hostetter accused the government of trying to "bankrupt" Capitol riot defendants and said it would "become clear" why he chose to represent himself.
The Global Times warned Taiwan that the U.S. won't "fight to the death" over Taiwan, but China is prepared to wage the battle.
The California Governor has been floated as a potential formidable presidential candidate in the 2024 race but could face an uphill battle if Trump runs.
The former president called withholding votes in the upcoming elections the "most important thing" Republicans can do.
Greene urged voters to push Republicans to oppose Democrats' spending plans, calling them the "destruction of America."
Some Independents want a smaller price tag on the package, but others don't want Congress to pass the spending bill at all.
Stephanie Bonin, who created the $2,000-a-month stimulus check petition, doesn't understand why the push for the Child Tax Credit to become permanent hasn't "gone through the roof."
This will mark Blue Origin's second rocket launch into space and would make 90-year-old William Shatner the oldest person to make the journey.
Gabby's death was determined to be caused by strangulation and is believed to have occurred between three or four weeks before she was found.
DeSantis doesn't think he can "unilaterally" ban private employers from firing people because of their vaccine status, but is considering every option.
Merck's COVID-19 pill showed it prevented hospitalization or death in unvaccinated adults by 50 percent.
The fire that broke out on Monday was 0 percent contained as of Tuesday morning and was threatening about 100 structures.
Although hospitalizations nationwide have been trending downward since September, more than 40,000 people remain hospitalized with COVID-19.
Former President Donald Trump is a top contender for the GOP nomination for president, although he hasn't committed to running, yet.
Former President Donald Trump has all but said he plans to run for president in 2024, potentially setting America up for the same matchup they saw in 2020.
Merck's oral antiviral could become the first FDA-authorized outpatient therapeutic that doesn't require a health care professional to administer.
Trump's returning to Iowa amid good polling numbers that he may use to criticize President Joe Biden during the rally.
The Atlanta-based emergency room physician said he isn't anti-vaccine but has concerns about the side effects of the COVID-19 shot.
Taxpayers have 60 days to dispute a "math error" that found they improperly received part or all of their stimulus checks.
Ted Osius, the former U.S. ambassador to Vietnam, saw a Trump presidency as a "train wreck" for the United States.
Nine months into his time in office, voters approved of how Trump handled the economy, immigration and foreign policy more than they did of Biden's.
Sweetwater, Tennessee, police arrested Robert Vann after they found a woman in a motel room with bruises on her face.
While the petition is gaining momentum, chances of the monthly payments becoming a reality are slim.
Brian Laundrie's parents don't believe he left the area, but some are skeptical that he'll be found if he hasn't been already.