More Cities Consider Implementing Vaccine Mandates Indoors
New York City became the first city in the country to require proof of vaccination to enter businesses.
COVID cases could be rising in NYC based on wastewater testing data
Data from testing wastewater from New York residents shows that the detection rate is high for the COVID-19 virus.
Study identifies key symptoms of long COVID
Researchers say roughly 1 in 3 COVID-19 patients have experienced long COVID.
COVID-fighting programs at risk due to debt disagreements
Republicans want to cut costs promised to help fight COVID now that the pandemic is over, but it's only a fraction of the $31.4 trillion debt limit.
Human Rights Campaign declares state of emergency for LGBTQ+ community
Officials with the group say lawmakers and business leaders need to fight for LGBTQ+ rights the same way they have for abortion rights.
White House trumpets $2.6B plan to protect costal communities
The Biden administration announced a list of funding allocations as part of the Inflation Reduction Act to help marine areas.
Is Oklahoma's taxpayer-funded Catholic school constitutional?
Supporters and opponents of the nation's first taxpayer-funded Catholic school weigh in on an Oklahoma school board's vote to approve it.