The New Hampshire governor fired back at members of his own party for spreading misinformation.
Republican Indiana Senator Mike Braun urged Chicago police officers to seek work without "crazy ultimatums" in Indiana.
Marianne Campbell Smith was sentenced to 40 hours of community service, one year of informal probation and ordered to pay a $200 fine.
"The last thing I said to her before they put her on the ventilator was I would do everything in my power to help raise her two boys. And I will," Billy Perry told Newsweek.
The teacher compared the mandate to the way "Jews were required to wear this yellow Star of David on their clothing to identify them, to humiliate them."
"I think I was in a state of shock. I'm in the basement, surrounded by police with giant rifles, and nobody cares one bit about our situation," Cindy Miller said.
The WHO is tracking at least 14 COVID-19 variants that emerged after the highly contagious Delta was discovered.
The outgoing NIH director said COVID could not have been caused by federally funded virus research, but some scientists disagree.
The Department of Defense already administers 17 different vaccines to service members, but has recently added the COVID-19 vaccine to the list of mandatory shots.
The state's corrections department is giving each inmate a spending limit of no more than $10 to buy any of the meals if they get vaccinated against COVID.
"Nobody should have their right to earn a living conditioned on receiving injections, mandated injections," Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said.
"There are just two ways — vaccination or lockdown. I'm against the lockdown for the sake of (the) economy," Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said.
Russia was the first country in the world to authorize a COVID-19 vaccine, yet the country has shown little interest in vaccination.
Labor Department data shows that hiring has slowed in the past two months while the number of available jobs are at near-record levels.
Cherice Scott arrived home on October 5 to find herself evicted, and recalled her terror at the thought of her family ending up homeless.
An expert told Newsweek it seems increasingly likely that the offshoot is more transmissible than other Delta variants.
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"Welcome to day three of 'The Hunger Games,' where we find out who the city is going to offer up as tribute," said Michael Mette.
Former coach Nick Rolovich's attorney, Brian Fahling, said in a statement that his termination was "unlawful" and an attack against his Catholic beliefs.
"Today's actions demonstrate our commitment to public health in proactively fighting against the COVID-19 pandemic," the FDA commissioner said.
The World Health Organization said that with more than 580,000, the U.S. had the largest number of new cases.
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The government's plea came as officials continue to resist reinstating health restrictions despite a surge that has seen cases average 45,000 per day.
Employees of Florida's Orange County were required to show proof of at least partial vaccination by the end of September.
The Police Benevolent Association, the largest police union in New York City, argues that vaccinations are a "personal medical decision."
Around 10 months since vaccines were first rolled out in the U.S., experts explain to Newsweek whether elusive herd immunity can be achieved.
Critics have decried the president's disregard for international health guidelines on masking and restrictions aimed at curtailing COVID-19's spread.
"Our task today is to protect life and health of our citizens and minimize the consequences of the dangerous infection," Russian President Vladimir Putin said.