Most of the nation’s nearly 100,000 public schools are open. But as the omicron surge continues, some districts are struggling to keep in-person learning going. Boston Public Schools have been operating in person since last spring, though a high number…
New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week in politics, including Democrats' push for voting rights legislation, partisanship and President Biden’s handling of key issues within his party.
As omicron continues to spread across the U.S. confusion has grown around how to get a test and what type to use, which masks are effective and how to safely isolate or quarantine and still work or care for a…
By Travis Loller, Associated Press
The omicron variant is sickening so many sanitation workers around the U.S. that some cities have had to delay or suspend garbage and recycling pickup.
By John Raby, Josh Boak, Fatima Hussein, Associated Press
For the first time in half a year, families on Friday are going without a monthly deposit from the child tax credit.
The White House says U.S. intelligence officials have determined a Russian effort is underway to create a pretext for its troops to further invade Ukraine, and Moscow has already prepositioned operatives to conduct “a false-flag operation” in eastern Ukraine.
By Associated Press
Airlines reported more than 5,000 episodes involving unruly passengers last year, including over 3,600 cases of people allegedly refusing to wear face masks as required.
By Associated Press
President Joe Biden announces his administration's plan to help rebuild the nation's bridges as part of the infrastructure law approved in November.
By William Brangham, Harry Zahn
The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that the Biden administration must stop enforcing a rule that employees at big companies take the COVID vaccine, but permitted vaccine requirements for most health care workers. William Brangham reports.
By John Yang, Geoffrey Lou Guray
The conservative majority of justices on the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday blocked President Biden's COVID vaccination policy, stating that the administration had overstepped its authority with the rule, which would’ve applied to more than 80 million workers. Marcia Coyle,…
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