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'Cut that crap out': Top Republican tells GOP to stop attacking each other
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy privately made a blunt appeal to his colleagues in the aftermath of the divisive fight to impeach former President Donald Trump: Stop attacking each other and instead focus on Democrats.
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How Trumpism explains the GameStop stock surge
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The lunar cycle may be affecting your sleeping patterns, study says
Researchers found that people go to bed later and sleep less in the days leading up to a full moon.
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Covid-19 adviser predicts vaccines won't be widely available in the US for months
Senior adviser to the White House Covid-19 response team, Andy Slavitt, says during a coronavirus press briefing that it may be months before coronavirus vaccines will become widely available to the public.
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Police officers drew weapons on a Black family in a stolen vehicle mix-up
A woman is suing the city of Aurora, Colorado, after police officers drew guns on her and four minors last year after mistaking her car for one that had been stolen.
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Germany considering further travel restrictions
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Tech problems kick off Biden team's first virtual Covid briefing
The spread of new coronavirus variants that are more contagious threatens to add stress to an already overwhelmed health care system, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said Wednesday during the Biden administration's first virtual Covid briefing.
First look at Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana in 'Spencer'
Kristen Stewart certainly resembles Princess Diana.
Biden's Covid team to give its first briefing
Here are the executive actions Biden has signed so far
Here are the latest coronavirus headlines from around Europe
Almost two-thirds of people believe climate change is a global emergency, UN poll finds
This is how Senate Republicans will wriggle out of passing judgment on Trump
• All but five Republican senators oppose Trump impeachment trial
AMC is today's GameStop. A Reddit mob sent its stock more than 200% higher
Welcome to the Reddit market.
Amy Schumer explains her part in Hilaria Baldwin controversy
Remember the Hilaria Baldwin heritage controversy?
New Zealand tells tourists to stop copying other people's travel photos
New Zealand is really bored of your Instagram posts.
Regeneron says study shows its monoclonal antibody cocktail works against Covid-19 variants
Tests on two different variants of the coronavirus show that one of the two monoclonal antibodies in Regeneron's cocktail therapy can neutralize both, despite the mutations, researchers reported Wednesday.
Lawmakers in 14 states have proposed anti-LGBTQ bills, many of which target trans youth
As is custom at the beginning of the legislative session, state lawmakers across the country have proposed a torrent of bills intended to boost local economies, constrain or expand spending or make much-needed infrastructure fixes.
January has been US' deadliest month for Covid-19
January has already become the worst month for US Covid-19 deaths since the start of the pandemic.
One Democrat could halt Biden's ambitious climate plan
Joe Manchin once shot a hole in the climate-saving plan of his own party. Literally.
'Blame Trump' defense from alleged Capitol rioters dovetails with Democrats' impeachment case
The "Trump defense" is taking shape among some alleged Capitol rioters.
AstraZeneca pushes back against criticism from EU over delayed vaccine deliveries
• LIVE UPDATES: Thailand reports more than 800 new cases amid mass testing drive • January has been US' deadliest month for Covid-19 • Covid has killed 100,000 people in the UK. Experts say government is getting it wrong
Thailand reports more than 800 new cases amid mass testing drive
Peru locks down 10 regions due to 'extreme' Covid-19 threat
Even with vaccine distribution set to increase, upcoming months could be rough
As the federal government promises more help against the coronavirus pandemic with better distribution of vaccines, the President is joining the chorus of officials reminding Americans they need to continue to wear face coverings and social distance for the rest of winter and spring.
Seoul's mayor died before he could face sexual harassment claims in court. A new report says the allegations were credible
Seoul's former mayor died last year in an apparent suicide after his secretary accused him of sexual harassment. Now, an investigation by a human rights watchdog in South Korea has found that her accusations were credible.
US reports more than 142,000 new Covid-19 cases on Tuesday
These care home residents have a message of hope
A reason to celebrate at England's Rose Lodge Care Home — today is vaccine day. After a Covid-19 outbreak left half the residents sick and four dead, this first dose has brought new hope for a way out of the deadly pandemic that has killed more than 100,000 in the UK. CNN's Salma Abdelaziz reports.
Biden sets bold timeline for a return to normal life
• 'Hunger Games' approach blamed for vaccine woes • Biden announces US is buying enough doses to fully vaccinate Americans by summer's end • California revamps Covid-19 vaccine delivery system