Leaders And Law Enforcement At Odds Over COVID Vaccine
There's a looming crisis for the country's public safety arms as agency leaders plead with employees to simply get the shot.LEARN MORE
New York City's largest police union said getting vaccinated is a "personal medical decision" that should be made in consultation with a doctor.
The biggest police union in New York City filed a lawsuit against Mayor Bill de Blasio over the city's COVID-19 vaccine mandate. The mandate requires all city employees to have at least one dose of the vaccine by Friday.
The lawsuit from the Police Benevolent Association — the largest police union in the world — says the city has given no rational explanation to "violate the autonomy and privacy of NYPD police officers in such a severe manner."
City employees must show proof of vaccination by Nov. 1 or risk being placed on unpaid leave.
A new study confirmed a slightly increased risk of several conditions following COVID-19 vaccination.
Health officials are considering a proposal that would allow people to leave isolation after they have been fever-free for 24 hours or more.
Numerous study participants reported having malaise, fatigue and dizziness six months after their initial COVID infection.
A jury found former NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre misspent millions of dollars of the group’s money on pricey perks for himself.
Police said they have a suspect in custody after a 22-year-old woman's body was found on the University of Georgia's campus Thursday.
The ruling undercuts what has been a core NCAA principle: that third parties cannot pay recruits to attend a particular school.