The first lady and the surgeon general visited an elementary school in Virginia as part of a strategy to enlist schools in promoting the vaccine.
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Military Can’t Find ISIS Safe House That Prompted Kabul Drone Strike
The Pentagon’s latest admission illustrates the botched intelligence behind the strike that mistakenly killed 10 civilians in August.
Supreme Court Weighs Case Against F.B.I. for Spying on Muslims
The justices considered whether the state secrets doctrine required dismissal on national security grounds of a case claiming religious discrimination.
Justice Dept. Brings New Charges in Ransomware Attacks
The department said it had charged a Russian national in one attack and recovered $6.1 million in ransom. It also arrested a Ukrainian man for another attack.
On Chicago’s West Side, Urgent Needs Collide With Washington Compromises
Activists say the needs of struggling communities in Chicago and elsewhere vastly exceed the billions Congress is spending.
Bari Weiss, Sohrab Ahmari and Many More Found New University ‘Dedicated to the Pursuit of Truth’
Former New York Times columnist Bari Weiss announced on Twitter Monday the creation of a new university “dedicated to the pursuit of truth.”
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Fed Governor Quarles to Step Down in December
Mr. Quarles’s term as a governor could have stretched until 2032. His departure will give the Biden administration more room to remake the Fed.
Jill Biden and the Surgeon General are Pushing for Covid Shots in Schools
The Biden administration is evoking the campaign against polio in the 1950s as it seeks to vaccinate 28 million young children against the coronavirus.
Bans on Critical Race Theory Threaten Free Speech, Advocacy Group Says
A report by PEN America, which surveys more than 50 bills proposed across the country, appeals to a principle that has lost its luster for many on the left and right.
Report Says Critical Race Theory Bans Threaten Free Speech
The report by PEN America, which surveys more than 50 bills proposed across the country, appeals to a principle that has lost its luster for many on the left and right.