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What we’re reading: FDA recommends pausing Johnson & Johnson vaccine, Minnesota police officer resigns

The vaccine has caused rare forms of blood clots in 6 of the 6.8 million vaccinated in the U.S.

What we’re reading: Protests in Minnesota after officer-involved shooting, new COVID-19 treatments

The protests occurred after an officer shot a man less than 10 miles from the location George Floyd died.

What we’re reading: Prince Philip dies at 99, President Biden unveils spending proposal

The prince had been married to Queen Elizabeth II since 1947.

What we’re reading: Biden to unveil gun control plans, MLB moves All-Star Game to...

President Biden plans to reveal a new executive order on gun control following another mass shooting.

What we’re reading: British COVID-19 variant is most common in U.S., Biden moves up...

The COVID-19 variant from Britain is reported to be more contagious

What we’re reading: Gov. Abbott issues order on vaccine passports, McConnell warns big business

The governor's order comes as a number of private companies have begun developing the passports.

What we’re reading: Rangers welcome full crowd, police chief testifies in Chauvin trial

Globe Life Field had over 38,000 fans in attendance for opening day.

What we’re reading: Walgreens changes dose timeline, lawsuits piling up from Texas’ winter storm

On April 5, Walgreens announced that they will be accelerating their administration of the Pfizer vaccine.

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What we’re reading: FDA allows for Covid-19 boosters, Haitian gang sets...

The FDA is expected to allow use of different vaccine types for boosters, Haiti gang demands $17M in exchange for kidnapped missionaries, Miami private school requires students to stay home for 30 days after their vaccinations, 20 people escaped a plane crash outside of Houston, and more in what we're reading.

What we’re reading: Texas abortion ban ruling, Facebook safety measures, COVID-19...

Storms roll through Oklahoma, U.S. Court of Appeals restores abortion ban temporarily and more.
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