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By Jill Lawless, Associated Press
Problems are mounting at hospitals across the nation as they try to deal with widespread staffing shortages, overworked nurses beaten down by the pandemic and a busted pipeline of new nurses.
By Amanda Seitz, Associated Press
In our news wrap Thursday, U.S. air travel returned to close to normal after a government computer system broke down and grounded all flights for a time, the mayor of Selma, Alabama, reports significant damage from a large tornado that…
Thousands of nurses at two New York City hospitals have ended a three-day strike after reaching a tentative contract agreement that union officials say offers better working conditions and pay raises.
By Jennifer Peltz, Associated Press
In our news wrap Monday, California faces another round of storms with serious flooding in parts of the state, Iran sentenced three more anti-government protesters to death after hanging two men on Saturday, Russia rejected claims it is floating a…
By Associated Press
A possible strike by thousands of New York City nurses is looming even though nurses at one hospital reached a tentative agreement hours before their contract was set to expire.
Nurses in Minnesota organized the largest strike of private sector nurses in U.S. history this past week, with 15,000 nurses walking off the job for three days. And while the pandemic pushed many nurses to the brink, some say the…
In our news wrap Monday, thousands in Scotland turned out for final tributes to Queen Elizabeth, former President Trump's lawyers urged a federal judge to continue barring investigators from reviewing White House documents found at his Florida home, Sweden's elections…
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