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CDC No Longer Recommends Universal Contact Tracing, Case Investigation

The U.S. Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) no longer recommends universal COVID-19 case investigation and contact tracing, instead saying health departments should direct those efforts to specific high-risk settings.

Federal Reserve Chairman Powell Announces Increase in Interest Rates This Month

The Fed's rate increase would be the first since 2018

4 Truths the Next Generation Needs to Know About the Church

You don’t have to look far to find stats, articles, or books on what’s wrong with the church today and how the next generation of young people is leaving in droves upon their high school graduation.

Rural Populations Decline in America for the First Time in Recorded History

For the first time in history, America’s rural population has declined.

Arizona Senate Study Finds 200K Ballots Counted in 2020 With Mismatched Signatures

Estimate is more than eight times the number of mismatches acknowledged by the county.

In Major Shift, Germany Sends Heavy Weaponry to Ukraine as Allies Pledge Swift Sanctions for Russia

Ukraine has been repelling Russian forces, particularly in embattled capitol city of Kyiv.

CDC Not Requiring Masks on School Buses

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said Feb. 25 it is no longer requiring students and others on school buses to wear masks, but is keeping the mask mandate for all other forms of public transportation in place.

2020 Saw Record Low U.S. Birth Rates

CDC data indicates that the birth rate in the United States in the year 2020 dropped to the lowest rate since 1980.

Iceland Lifts All COVID Restrictions on Friday, Promotes Natural Immunity

"As many people as possible need to be infected with the virus as the vaccines are not enough," said Iceland's Ministry of Health.

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