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By Trevor Hunnicutt and Carl O'Donnell
Nats' bullpen melts down again, but loss to Phillies is not without silver linings
The Washington Nationals made it clear at last week's trade deadline they would be evaluating for the future rather than chasing wins this season.
'We are doing our part.' Miami-Dade mayor mandates COVID testing for unvaccinated workers
With more than 1,500 people hospitalized for COVID-19 in Miami-Dade and the number of new patients growing daily, Mayor Daniella Levine Cava and the top administrator for the county's public hospital, Jackson Health System, announced new policies on Thursday intended to persuade more of their employees to take the vaccine.
He Has Asthma and Cancer. But He Still Was Moved to a Crowded Shelter.
New York City is struggling to move thousands of homeless people from hotels to shelters. On Thursday, it was ordered to stop the moves for the second time.
California healthcare workers must be vaccinated by end of September under new health order
In what officials characterized as the first requirement of its kind in the nation, California ordered Thursday that healthcare workers statewide must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 come early fall.
Abbott Sets Up New Voting Showdown With Absentee Texas Democrats
Gov. Greg Abbott, a Republican, called a new special session of the State Legislature, putting pressure on Democratic lawmakers to return from Washington.
Opinion | Will the Delta Variant Upend Another School Year?
When schools across the country let out in May and June, there was hope that by summer's end children would be able to return to class unburdened by concerns about the coronavirus.
Vaccination campaign warns young people they risk 'missing out' on nightclubs
Unvaccinated young people are being warned that they will "miss out" on access to nightclubs as part of an advertising campaign being launched to boost take-up.
California to mandate COVID vaccines for health workers
SACRAMENTO - California will require all of its roughly 2.2 million health care and long term care workers to be fully vaccinated against the coronavirus by Sept. 30.