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Covid-19 live updates: White House to revoke covid-19 travel ban on international visitors
Foreign nationals flying to the United States will be required to be fully vaccinated and test negative before departure.
By Marisa Iati, Paulina Firozi, Rachel Pannett and Annabelle Timsit27 minutes ago
Why Texas’s laws are moving right while its population shifts left
Population shifts in Texas have moved the traditionally-red state toward the center. But the GOP-controlled legislature has enacted some of the nation’s strictest laws around abortion and voting rules.
By Brittany Renee Mayes, Leslie Shapiro and Zach Levitt40 minutes ago
FBI searches the home of Gabby Petito’s fiance, Brian Laundrie
Laundrie’s parents were seen by local news crews being escorted out of their home briefly. Police have been scouring south Florida for Laundrie, who vanished last week after refusing to help find his fiancee.
By Kim Bellware2 hours ago
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One lawyer’s rise shows how vaccine misinformation can fuel fundraising and far-right celebrity
Thomas Renz, once a little-known attorney in Ohio with limited litigation experience, boosted his profile with lawsuits challenging coronavirus vaccines.
By Shawn Boburg and Jon Swaine
Morning Mix
A Colorado man found a winning golden ticket. He passed on owning a candy factory.
After months of searching, Andrew Maas found a golden ticket and won a candy factory.
By Julian Mark
Morning Mix
A teacher cut a biracial girl’s hair without permission. Her father is suing for $1 million, claiming discrimination.
Jimmy Hoffmeyer's lawsuit alleges his daughter's hair was cut without permission as an act of racial discrimination.
By Andrea Salcedo
Morning Mix
A fight about gifts broke out at a Pennsylvania baby shower. The expectant father shot 3 guests, police say.
A scuffle broke out over gifts, and the father-to-be shot three guests at the baby shower, according to police in Lower Burrell, Pa.
By Katie Shepherd
Inspired Life
Here’s what to do when your children say school is boring
Adults may dismiss boredom, saying it's common in school. But that assumes the challenge is actually boredom.
By Rebecca Branstetter
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Gabby Petito’s body may have been found, the FBI says. A search for her fiance continues.
Police are searching for her fiance, Brian Laundrie, after the two were pulled over by police in Utah and described a scuffle.
By Paulina Villegas and Hannah Knowles
National
Determined migrants unfazed as deportations begin from Texas border
The reasons they come are complicated and varied. The routes they traverse are dangerous and unpredictable. But what thousands of migrants found on the other side of the Rio Grande was beyond anything they expected when reaching the United States. After days of unfettered movement, federal and state authorities in both countries stepped up their presence slowing but not stopping the surreal highway of humanity crisscrossing the international boundary.
By Arelis R. Hernández
National
Two pilots injured, homes damaged after military aircraft crashes into Texas neighborhood, officials say
Navy officials said the cause of the crash is under investigation.
By Paulina Firozi
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Police pause operation in Florida preserve in search of Gabby Petito’s fiance
North Point police and the FBI are searching for Brian Laundrie and authorities are now conducting multiple missing-person investigations, not a criminal investigation.
By Timothy Bella
National
Texas doctor says he violated nation’s most restrictive antiabortion law to challenge it
A slew of lawsuits against San Antonio OB/GYN Alan Braid are expected to follow his public admission.
By Silvia Foster-Frau
National
A throng of Internet sleuths are on the Gabby Petito case. Why has it sparked so much interest?
Gabby Petito’s disappearance has galvanized online sleuths across social media platforms, especially TikTok where the #gabbypetito hashtag has been viewed more than 200 million times.
By Caroline Anders and Meryl Kornfield
National
A TV meteorologist of 33 years declined the vaccine, citing personal freedoms. He was fired.
Michigan meteorologist Karl Bohnak said he was fired after more than 33 years as his news station’s weatherman because he would not adhere to the company's coronavirus vaccine mandate.
By Timothy Bella
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FBI searches the home of Gabby Petito’s fiance, Brian Laundrie
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5Gabby Petito’s body may have been found, the FBI says. A search for her fiance continues.
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