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DHS to bring migrants sent to wait in Mexico back to US

The Biden administration said it will begin allowing asylum-seekers stuck waiting in Mexico under a Trump-era program into the United States, embarking on a difficult effort to locate and transport thousands of migrants during a global pandemic.

Here’s the CDC’s advice for reopening schools safely

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new guidelines Friday for how to open K-12 schools safely in a bid to help students across the nation resume in-person learning before the end of the 2020-21 school year.

April could see ‘open season’ on COVID-19 vaccines, Fauci says

The United States could see “open season” on COVID-19 vaccine doses by April, Dr. Anthony Fauci said Thursday, an optimistic forecast that comes as states continue to clamor for additional supplies to ramp up their rollouts.

Meghan Markle wins privacy case involving publication of private letter she wrote father

Meghan Markle won a legal battle royal Thursday when a judge ruled a British tabloid violated her privacy by publishing a letter she wrote her father before her wedding to Prince Harry.

At least 5 dead in pileup on icy roads in U.S. Texas

At least five people were killed and a massive pileup was caused during a serious traffic accident Thursday morning in north Texas, the United States, local media reported.

DEA seizes $12 million worth of heroin in NYC drug den, nabs ring leader and others

DEA agents busted a major drug trafficker and seized more than $12 million worth of heroin, 1,000 fentanyl pills and $200,000 in cash from a Queens drug mill, prosecutors said on Wednesday.

U.S. CDC experiments show double masks substantially reducing exposure to virus

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recently conducted experiments to improve the fit of masks amid COVID-19 pandemic, suggesting that combining cloth mask and medical procedure mask could reduce a wearer's exposure to virus by over 90 percent.

Single dose of Pfizer shot gives two-thirds protection, data suggests

One dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine offers two-thirds protection against COVID-19, data seen by the U.K. government suggests.

Stranded on deserted island, they lived on coconuts for 33 days, Coast Guard says

Two men and a woman were rescued from a deserted island Tuesday after surviving on coconuts for 33 days, the U.S. Coast Guard said.

Woman left with broken legs, dead dog after Philly police officer crashes car into her home at 70 mph

Philadelphia police Officer Gregory Campbell was allegedly intoxicated Saturday night and driving “at least” 70 miles per hour in his Dodge Dart before he blew a stop sign and slammed into a home near the Fraternal Order of Police lounge in Northeast Philadelphia, breaking a woman’s legs and collapsing her lung while she was lying on the couch with her husband, according to court documents.

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