The Challenges Behind Vaccinating Inmates
Our partners at Kaiser Health News spoke to inmates at a Missouri correctional center about why they're hesitant to get vaccinated.
Texas AG suing Pfizer, says company misrepresented COVID vaccine data
Pfizer said its vaccine was 95% effective following its Phase 3 trial, but Texas' attorney general said the data was too premature.
CDC: New COVID-19 variant cases have tripled in two weeks
Cases of BA.2.86 have also surged in multiple countries, leading the World Health Organization to classify it as a "variant of interest.”
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.
Oregon St., Washington St. secure scheduling deal with Mountain West
The two schools will reportedly pay about $14 million to the Mountain West next year as part of the agreement.
In rare bipartisan move, North Carolina Medicaid expansion begins
Advocates say the change could serve as a road map for other states that have failed to expand the program.
Dead longhorn shows up on Oklahoma State fraternity lawn
Authorities are investigating the case as possible animal cruelty, a felony in Oklahoma that's punishable by up to five years in prison.