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New unemployment claims in Washington state fell 7.7% last week and the state’s unemployment rate dipped to 6%. But new claims remain elevated as the pandemic and related business restrictions continue to spur layoffs.
The global police organization Interpol warned of a likely growing threat of crime related to coronavirus vaccines, "with the pandemic having already triggered unprecedented opportunistic and predatory criminal behavior."
For a few days each month, when the new moon moves between Earth and the sun, a cometlike tail dusts the side of our world that is facing the sun.
Registered nurses gathered in Los Angeles to protest the fact that UCLA's athletic department conducted 1,248 tests in a single week while health-care workers at UCLA hospitals were denied testing.
As part of a package of stories about Seattle's CHAZ, Fox News published digitally altered and misleading photos in what photojournalism experts called a clear violation of ethical standards for news organizations.
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy was ordered to immediately begin expanding mail delivery with extra trips and later deliveries after the U.S. Postal Service failed to improve performance less than a week before the election.
A newly released autopsy report shows Charleena Lyles was shot seven times by police and was pregnant when she died.