Confusion over masks amid changing guidelines, President Biden expected to announce vaccine mandate, testing protocols for federal workers, and federal relief funds remain unspent with eviction moratorium set to end this week.
CDC reverses indoor mask guidance as Covid cases rise, police officers deliver emotional testimony at Jan. 6 committee hearing, and cycling means freedom for Olympian Masomah Ali Zada of the refugee team.
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Hospitals overwhelmed amid a surge in new Covid patients, firefighters struggling to contain Northern California’s Dixie Fire, and House Republicans divided over the Capitol riot committee.
Delta variant fuels surge of new cases across U.S., congressional investigation into January 6th attack, and wildfires reach more communities in the West.
Athletes adjust to new normal at Tokyo Olympics, Covid booster shot update, and breakthrough Covid cases.
Growing frustration from front line workers as Covid cases rise, Cleveland’s MLB team announces new name, and International Space Station astronauts reflect on Olympic unity.
Usain Bolt, the world’s fastest man, discusses how he rose to the top of his field, how best to maximize your workouts and what it’s like to be a father.
Tariq Farid, founder of Edible Arrangements, tells José Díaz-Balart how his business bloomed beyond his imagination, and how his family’s search for the American Dream was the leading force in expanding Edible Arrangements from one flower shop to more than 1,000 franchises across the U.S and Canada.
Apolo Ohno is known as the most decorated American Winter Olympian in history. But in his first Olympic trials, he finished dead last. He traces his “hard pivot” in life, when he left the world of short track speed skating and had to figure out a new career path.