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A small detachment deployed down south to assist recovery from Hurricane Ida.
The order includes exceptions for workers seeking religious or medical exemptions from vaccination.
The announcement is the latest in a long-running dispute.
Review was basis for plans to open an additional roughly 6.8 million acres to oil and gas leasing.
Since Aug. 24, that truncated process known as the shadow docket has moved at astronomical speed.
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Plan calls for dose 8 months after people get their 2nd shot of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine
Both voted for the ‘historic’ $1T infrastructure plan.
“The Senate needs some demonstrated acts of bipartisanship.”
‘Coming at us quickly.’
“We just want to make sure families today get the information they’ve been wanting for decades”
Health officials on Friday released details of that research.
“What happened last night couldn’t happen to a nicer kid,” he said.
A ‘stunning victory.’
Alaska to Japan to Hawaii.
New administration, new rules
Credits where they’re due .
The Biden administration said it’s ending large-scale, old-growth timber sales on the Tongass.
Adviser: Fundraising “strongly positions” the Alaska Republican for a reelection bid.