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Plus, the Biden administration preparing to sanction Russia for SolarWinds hacks and the poisoning of an opposition leader, and Justin Trudeau conveys relief in meeting with Biden, but sticking points remain.
Plus, Dominion Voting Systems files a defamation suit against the MyPillow CEO over false election claims, and the first real-world coronavirus vaccine data out of Britain shows a decline in hospitalizations after the first dose.
Plus, the White House reiterates teacher vaccinations are ‘not a prerequisite’ to reopening schools, and Texas Senator Ted Cruz is trying to repair his public image following an ill-timed trip to Mexico.
Plus, vaccine shortage prompts U.S. diplomats to request doses from foreign governments, including Russia, and the U.K. gets approval to infect healthy volunteers in world’s first coronavirus ‘challenge trial’
Plus, the Texas grid got crushed because its operators didn’t see the need to prepare for cold weather, and House Homeland Security chairman sues Trump and Giuliani, accusing them of inciting Capitol riot.
Plus, President Biden says that the U.S. will have enough vaccines for 300 million people by the end of July, and dozens of former GOP officials reportedly met last week to discuss mounting a new anti-Trump party.
Plus, the CDC is urging Americans to wear two masks to better prevent the spread of COVID-19, and, the Biden administration tells the Supreme Court the affordable care act is constitutional and should be saved.
Plus, the Biden administration asks for the resignations from current US Attorneys, and after a mission to Wuhan investigating the origins of the pandemic, a World Health Organization team dismisses theories that the virus originated in a lab leak.
Plus, Workers who quit their jobs out of fear of contracting the coronavirus at work are hoping to collect unemployment benefits under the Biden administration and hedge funds may have ended up the biggest winner in the Game Stop stock frenzy.
Plus, Johnson and Johnson seeks emergency FDA authorization for single-shot coronavirus vaccine, and as transit agencies ramp up mask enforcement, Congress airs concerns about safety of transportation workers.
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