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New York May Use The National Guard To Replace Unvaccinated Health Care Workers

New York May Use The National Guard To Replace Unvaccinated Health Care Workers

A view of the entrance to Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City on May 14, 2020. Hospital and nursing home workers across New York are required to have at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine by Monday, prompting concerns over noncompliance and potential staffing shortages.The state’s vaccine mandate for hospital and nursing home workers takes effect on Monday, and officials are bracing for staffing shortages. Gov. Kathy Hochul has announced a plan for filling them.

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New York May Use The National Guard To Replace Unvaccinated Health Care Workers

The Kerner Commission's Last Living Member: We Still Need To Talk About Racism

The Kerner Commission's Last Living Member: We Still Need To Talk About Racism

Former U.S. Sen. Fred Harris is the last surviving member of the Kerner Commission, appointed in 1967 to study the root causes of social unrest in America. Its groundbreaking report blamed racism.


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The Kerner Commission's Last Living Member: We Still Need To Talk About Racism

A Passenger Attempted To Rush The Cockpit In A Violent Incident On A JetBlue Flight

A Passenger Attempted To Rush The Cockpit In A Violent Incident On A JetBlue Flight

A JetBlue aircraft sits on the tarmac. The company is one of many commercial airlines to experience unruly passenger incidents over the past year.A passenger allegedly attacked a flight attendant and yelled for the crew to shoot him during a flight to San Juan on Wednesday. According to the FBI, the incident remains under investigation.

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A Passenger Attempted To Rush The Cockpit In A Violent Incident On A JetBlue Flight