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Preprint Study Co-Authored by CDC Network Finds ‘Reduced Effectiveness’ of Repeat Flu Vaccine

A preprint study co-authored by the CDC's U.S. Flu Vaccine Effectiveness Network Investigators found that repeat flu inoculations may be "higher" than non-repeat vaccines.

Global Study Reveals Increase in Heart, Blood Conditions From COVID Vaccines

In a worldwide study conducted by the Global Vaccine Data Network (GVDN), researchers have provided crucial insights into vaccine safety.

Male High Jumper Dominates Girls’ State Record in High School Championship

Kearsarge Regional High School sophomore high jumper Maelle Jacques, a biological male who competes as a girl, has won the New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 2 state championship.

San Francisco Sued Over Guaranteed-Income Programs Excluding White People

The American Civil Rights Project and the Californians for Equal Rights Foundation are arguing that San Francisco and the state of California violate the law by picking who gets federal money based on skin color.

Authorities Confirm Deaths of Five Marines in San Diego Helicopter Crash

Authorities confirmed on Thursday that the five U.S. Marines aboard a military helicopter that crashed in the mountains near San Diego had died. The CH-53E...

Harvard University to Keep COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for Students

Harvard University is keeping its requirement for students to have received the COVID-19 vaccination.

Understanding the 16th Amendment: Taxes

The 16th Amendment to the United States Constitution is a significant piece of legislation that has had a lasting impact on the nation's financial system.

Study Finds Practicing Christians More Hopeful, Happy

Research has confirmed that people who actively practice their faith are more hopeful and are less likely to be unhappy in periods of isolation as those imposed by the COVID-19 lockdowns.

California Storm Expected to Bring Massive Flooding

The massive rainstorm hitting Southern California this weekend is threatening to bring floods and landslides.

Defense Secretary Acknowledges Hospitalization Not Handled ‘Right’

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin apologized for not correctly handling the situation surrounding his hospitalization.

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