Far fewer flu cases during COVID pandemic
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Far fewer flu cases during COVID pandemic

The double whammy of high COVID-19 and flu cases that many health experts warned about in the fall has not come to pass. Through Feb….

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Cuomo administration worried data on nursing home deaths was "going to be used against us," aide said
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FBI and U.S. attorney investigating Cuomo’s handling of nursing home COVID cases

The FBI and federal prosecutors in Brooklyn have begun a preliminary investigation into how New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s administration handled nursing home residents who…

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Is AI just a fairy tale? Not in these successful use cases
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Is AI just a fairy tale? Not in these successful use cases

Getting artificial intelligence past the fairy tale stage is a challenge for some organizations. Here are two examples of AI that’s granted its users’ wishes….

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Chance of COVID-19 triage care looms over Arizona hospitals
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Average new U.S. virus cases below 100K for 1st time in months

Average daily new coronavirus cases in the United States dipped below 100,000 in recent days for the first time in months, but experts cautioned Sunday…

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Coronavirus deaths rising in 30 US states amid winter surge
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Coronavirus cases drop at US homes for elderly and infirm

Coronavirus cases have dropped at U.S. nursing homes and other long-term care facilities over the past few weeks, offering a glimmer of hope that health…

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Ohio targets minority vaccination as state exceeds 900,000 total coronavirus cases
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Ohio targets minority vaccination as state exceeds 900,000 total coronavirus cases

Local health departments have been tasked with prioritizing underserved and minority populations when distributing the state’s limited number of COVID-19 vaccines, Gov. Mike DeWine said…

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Supreme Court cancels arguments in two Trump-era immigration cases
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Supreme Court cancels arguments in two Trump-era immigration cases

Washington — The Supreme Court on Wednesday canceled arguments planned for the coming weeks in two immigration disputes over policies enacted by former President Donald…

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Supreme Court tosses emoluments cases against Trump
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Supreme Court tosses emoluments cases against Trump

Washington – The Supreme Court on Monday tossed out disputes claiming former President Donald Trump was profiting from the presidency through his continued financial interest…

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Vaccine rollout a glimmer of hope as COVID-19 cases surge in L.A. County
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Vaccine rollout a glimmer of hope as COVID-19 cases surge in L.A. County

CBS News correspondent Jamie Yuccas reports from Los Angeles on the ongoing pandemic.

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FBI has opened more than 170 cases tied to Capitol attacks, more than 70 people charged
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FBI has opened more than 170 cases tied to Capitol attacks, more than 70 people charged

In the wake of the Capitol attacks, the FBI has now opened more than 170 cases across the country into people who stormed Congress. As…

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