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The U.S. Supreme Court delivered two key decisions yesterday on vaccine rules.

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Some Republican leaders are trying to move on from former President Donald Trump's failed attempt to over

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If everything goes according to plan, households across the country could soon receive coronavirus test kits by mail.

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How does the CDC explain a shorter isolation period just as omicron cases are soaring higher?

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How exactly did quarantine rules change? And just as important, why now?

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There has been a dramatic surge in COVID cases across the country.

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Amanda Shires' new album, For Christmas, makes it clear: she'd rather not be home for Christmas at all. "I think it would be a big lie or a sham to just walk through this Christmas stuff and think that everything's perfect," the Nashville-based fiddler, songwriter and singer tells Morning Edition's Steve Inskeep.

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