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(The Center Square) – Just minutes after taking office on Jan. 20, President Joe Biden’s Office of Presidential Personnel demanded that Senate-confirmed National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) … more
OMAHA — A Nebraska priest who was at a Jan. 6 rally in Washington in support of then-President Donald Trump told a videographer that he had performed an exorcism at the U.S. Capitol because a demon … more
Stacker has ranked the most expensive American climate disasters by the billions since 1980 by total cost of all damages, adjusted for inflation. Data came from the National Centers for Environmental … more
Vice President Kamala Harris on Thursday urged West Virginians to support the White House’s American Rescue Plan, saying the country must take bold, fearless and ambitious steps to address the … more
(The Center Square) – Six attorneys general sent a letter to President Joe Biden warning him that many of the executive orders he issued in his first week in office will be challenged on … more
North Dakota officials sounded the alarm Wednesday over President Joe Biden’s new executive order pausing oil leasing on federal land, though one official said the state is in a better position … more
St. Louis County St. Louis County has an online portal to preregister for vaccinations. The St. Louis County Department of Public Health will sort through applications to determine which phase … more
A born-and-raised Madisonian will help guide the world’s oldest, still-running political party through the 2022 midterm elections. Sam Cornale, a graduate of Kennedy Elementary School, La … more
ALLENTOWN, Pa. - Eva Derby has a story, though it's not one she's always been eager to share. Eva was one of the hidden children during the Holocaust, but it took her a while to call herself a … more
ST. LOUIS — Jean Antoine Sr., former mayor and city council member in Olivette, asked about COVID-19 vaccines Tuesday at his local Walgreens in Creve Coeur and got a frustrating answer. “They … more
FERGUSON — St. Louis County plans to vaccinate hundreds of eligible people at the Florissant Valley campus of St. Louis Community College once more vaccines become available, County Executive … more
(The Center Square) – An industry group representing energy companies across the west on Wednesday filed a complaint in federal court challenging President Joe Biden’s executive order that halts … more
(The Center Square) – President Joe Biden on Wednesday signed an executive order halting new leases for oil and natural gas development on federal land, a move criticized by the industry and some … more
These maps and charts show the spread of the coronavirus and COVID-19 in Missouri and Illinois.  Officials announced the first COVID-19 case in Missouri on March 7. more
JEFFERSON CITY — Scrambling in response to the slow rollout of coronavirus vaccines in his state, Missouri Gov. Mike Parson is poised to take unused doses back from pharmacies and distribute them … more
(The Center Square) – President Joe Biden supports incrementally raising the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour, more than double the current rate of $7.25 an hour. Late last week, he signed an … more
ST. LOUIS — Officials from county health departments across the St. Louis region say they have the manpower, the space and the demand to vaccinate sometimes thousands of residents a day — but … more
A Glens Falls man was charged Monday after federal authorities said he was inside the U.S. Capitol building during the Jan. 6 riot and posted to social media a video of himself smoking what appears … more
LINCOLN COUNTY — The Lincoln County Health Department will administer about 2,000 doses of Pfizer coronavirus vaccine Friday at a mass vaccination event.  Appointments are required to attend … more
ST. LOUIS — Barbara Farr is 63 and works as a school teacher in St. Charles County. She and her husband, 72, can’t wait to get the vaccine for COVID-19 so their lives can return to normal, she … more
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