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Trump administration accused of deception in pledging release of vaccine stockpile

Jan 16 2021

NEW YORK/LOS ANGELES The governors of several states accused the Trump administration on Friday of deception in pledging to immediately distribute millions of COVID-19 vaccine doses from a stockpile that the U.S. health secretary has since acknowledged does not exist. | Video

California COVID surge shows signs of easing with hospitals strained to brink

Jan 13 2021

LOS ANGELES California's COVID-19 surge is showing signs of leveling off after besieging hospitals, emergency services and morgues for weeks, the state's top health official said on Tuesday, as medical staffing continued to buckle under the strain.

California COVID surge shows early signs of leveling off

Jan 12 2021

LOS ANGELES, Jan 12 California's deadly surge in COVID-19 infections is showing early signs of leveling off after besieging hospitals, morgues and ambulance services for weeks, but the crisis remains far from over, the state's top health official said Tuesday.

Second transit cop cleared of murder in 2009 Oakland 'Fruitvale Station' killing

Jan 12 2021

LOS ANGELES More than a decade after a white former policeman was convicted of manslaughter for shooting an unarmed Black man to death on a California train platform, a second transit officer involved in the incident was cleared of criminal charges on Monday.

Gorillas at San Diego Zoo Safari Park diagnosed with COVID-19

Jan 12 2021

LOS ANGELES As many as eight gorillas at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park are presumed to have contracted COVID-19 from a human handler after one of the animals tested positive, marking the first known transmission of the virus to apes, zoo officials said on Monday. | Video

Blustery longtime L.A. Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda dead at 93

Jan 08 2021

LOS ANGELES Tommy Lasorda, the colorful and cantankerous longtime manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers who led the team to four National League pennants and two World Series championships in the 1970s and '80s, has died. He was 93.

Factbox: Bombings, shootings, beatings - U.S. Capitol's history of violence

Jan 08 2021

The storming of the halls of Congress by a mob of President Donald Trump's supporters is the latest episode of violence to darken the U.S. Capitol in a history dating back to a British arson attack in Washington during the War of 1812.

Factbox-Bombings, shootings, beatings: U.S. Capitol's history of violence

Jan 08 2021

(Reuters) -The storming of the halls of Congress by a mob of President Donald Trump's supporters is the latest episode of violence to darken the U.S. Capitol in a history dating back to a British arson attack in Washington during the War of 1812.

Missouri senator's home-state paper: Hawley has 'blood on his hands'

Jan 07 2021

(Reuters) -U.S. Senator Josh Hawley, a Missouri Republican at the forefront of a bid to block congressional certification of the Electoral College vote, is largely to blame for "inspiring one of the most heartbreaking days in modern American history," his home-state newspaper's editorial board wrote. | Video

Missouri senator's home-state paper: Hawley has 'blood on his hands'

Jan 07 2021

(Reuters) -U.S. Senator Josh Hawley, a Missouri Republican at the forefront of a bid to block congressional certification of the Electoral College vote, is largely to blame for "inspiring one of the most heartbreaking days in modern American history," his home-state newspaper's editorial board wrote. | Video

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