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            Live updates: President-elect Biden receives the coronavirus vaccine on live TV

            More than 17.8 million coronavirus cases and 317,000 fatalities have been reported in the United States since February.

            If covid cases spike further in Tennessee, health department warns Christmas surge ‘will break our hospitals’

            Despite the warning from Tennessee Department of Health Commissioner Lisa Piercey, Gov. Bill Lee (R) refused to order a statewide mask mandate but instead limited indoor gatherings to 10 people.

            An investment firm snapped up nursing homes during the pandemic. Employees say care suffered.

            Advocates want scrutiny of such purchases, but regulators have taken a hands-off approach.
            The Kansas City Star issued an apology on Sunday for the way the newspaper had previously covered, and largely ignored, the Black community for decades.
            Andy Larsen found $165 in his childhood piggy bank. When he tried to give it away, people started sending him thousands of dollars.
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            Georgia pastors condemned Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler’s campaign attacks on the Rev. Raphael Warnock (D).
            Federal prosecutors announced Thursday that 21 people, including current and former students, were indicted in an alleged drug operation that involved fraternities at UNC-Chapel Hill and Duke.
            Valerie Briones-Pryor, on ending a year of grief with a moment of hope
            Long before the coronavirus appeared, Art Hoffman — who works as a professional Santa Claus and in public health — worried about the "hazmat of the lap."
            The United States reported its highest single-day numbers of deaths, hospitalizations and coronavirus cases on Thursday.
            The harassment includes daily pickets outside dissidents' homes.
            Bernhardt had been leading private after-hours tours of the monument for associates. Several park employees who were present during those tours are now quarantined, creating a staffing shortage.
            Alibi Drinkery's owners have been sued by Minnesota and told its liquor license will be suspended. But they allege their constitutional rights are being violated.
            A family in Texas says their two cars and garage were vandalized over a Black Lives Matter yard sign they had put up around Thanksgiving.
            “I can’t rest,” said Renee Dixon. “These kids need me.”
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