New York Is The First U.S. State To Roll Out 'Vaccine Passports'
Newsy headed to Madison Square Garden in New York where fans used the new Excelsior Pass to get into a Knicks game.
More free COVID-19 tests available on government website
The federal government will begin shipping out kits next week to households who order free tests through a website.
Feds take action against makers of 'invisible mask' to prevent COVID
Companies that marketed the 1 Virus Buster Invisible Mask during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic reached a settlement with the government.
7 million Americans have gotten the new COVID-19 vaccine
About 5% of Americans have gotten new COVID-19 shots. An additional 7 million vaccines remain available at pharmacies nationwide.
Trial begins for paramedics who used ketamine on Elijah McClain
Jeremy Cooper and Pete Cichuniec pleaded not guilty to criminally negligent homicide, manslaughter and assault in connection with McClain's death.
Paul Whelan reportedly assaulted by prisoner in Russian work camp
The former Marine was sentenced to 16 years in prison by a Moscow court in 2020 for espionage — charges Whelan and the White House deny.
Users report error when trying to see Spotify's 2023 Wrapped page
For those who were able to access their Wrapped page, many likely saw that Taylor Swift was their most-streamed artist this year.