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Despite Congress Passing Stopgap Funding Bill, US Government Couldn’t Avert Partial Shutdown

Lawmakers were forced to pass stopgap legislation to avert an imminent and complete government shutdown. The risk of the latter came after the Democrats failed to reach a deal on a new budget with the Republicans, or at least achieve intra-party unity on Biden's infrastructure bill to pass it unilaterally.

Double standard? Democrats nix COVID tests for illegal migrants, mandate vaccines for Border Patrol

Iowa Republican Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks' amendment was rejected by 217 Democrats voting against it.

State Governments Preparing ‘Quarantine Facilities’ For Americans Unable to Isolate at Home

Job advertisement stokes fears of mandatory quarantines.

Johnson & Johnson Officials Reveal Motives, Dangers Behind Company’s COVID Vaccine Push

Two Johnson & Johnson officials made surprising disclosures about their company's COVID shots and their worries about the vaccine's long-term effects on children.

‘Not the Friendliest’: Musk Slams Biden Administration, Says It ‘Seems to Be Controlled by Unions’

The Tesla CEO said that the current US administration is a “little biased or something.”

New York Deploys National Guard To Staff Hospitals After Nurses, Doctors Canned Over Vaccine Mandate Effective Tonight

The state is bracing for shortages while some hospitals have already been affected

Despite 95% Vaccination Rate, Harvard Experiences “Substantial Outbreak” of COVID

Moves all first and second year students to remote learning.

California bans travel to Ohio over law protecting religious freedom of healthcare professionals

California's Attorney General has barred state employees from traveling to Ohio using taxpayer dollars over its enactment of a law that he characterized as "anti-LBGTQ+."

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