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U.S. starts rolling out newly-approved Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine2021-03-02
The United States started rolling out Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine to states on Monday, after the single-dose vaccine got green light from regulators to be administered to people 18 and older.
Federal minimum wage hike to face tough tests in split U.S. Senate2021-03-01
The House-approved 1.9-trillion-U.S.-dollar COVID-19 relief package includes a controversial provision to raise the federal minimum wage to 15 dollars, which is expected to face tough tests in the 50-50 split Senate.
U.S. FDA approves Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use2021-02-28
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Saturday authorized Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use in the United States.
Democrats-held House passes 1.9-trln-USD relief package2021-02-28
The Democrats-held House approved U.S. President Joe Biden's 1.9-trillion-U.S.-dollar COVID-19 relief package early Saturday morning amid Republican opposition, sending the bill to the Senate.
Biden to travel to storm-devastated Texas on Friday2021-02-24
U.S. President Joe Biden will travel to Houston, Texas on Friday to discuss with local officials relief efforts in the wake of extreme winter weather that caused water shortages and power outages in the state, the White House announced Tuesday.
U.S. Fed chief says economic recovery remains uneven, far from complete2021-02-24
U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell told lawmakers on Tuesday that U.S. economic recovery remains uneven and far from complete, and the path ahead is highly uncertain.
Americans could still need to wear masks in 2022, says Fauci2021-02-22
Americans may still need to wear masks in 2022 to protect against the coronavirus, said Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, on Sunday.
Nearly 1,200 coronavirus variants cases detected in 50 U.S. states2021-02-17
These are the three dominant coronavirus variants currently spreading in the United States. B.1.1.7, originally detected in Britain, and B.1.351, first discovered in South Africa, concern scientists because of emerging data suggesting their increased transmissibility.
Trump attacks Senate GOP leader McConnell after acquittal2021-02-17
U.S. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell voted to acquit former President Donald Trump but sharply criticized him for inciting the Capitol riot.
Trump acquitted in 2nd U.S. Senate impeachment trial2021-02-14
U.S. Senate voted on Saturday and acquitted former President Donald Trump, concluding his second impeachment trial which is the shortest one in the U.S. history.
U.S. records nearly 1,000 coronavirus variants infections2021-02-14
Nearly 1,000 infection cases of coronavirus variants have been reported in a total of 44 U.S. states, according to the latest data of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Facebook to remove more false claims on COVID-19 vaccination2021-02-10
Facebook is expanding its efforts to remove more COVID-19 conspiracies that discourage vaccination against COVID-19, according to an announcement by the company.
U.S. Senate votes to proceed with impeachment trial of former President Trump2021-02-10
U.S. Senate on Tuesday voted to proceed with the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump.
Canada's COVID-19 cases surpass 800,0002021-02-07
Canada's cumulative COVID-19 cases surpassed 800,000 as of Saturday noon, with the total hitting 800,348, including 20,680 deaths, according to CTV.
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