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During a Friday news conference called earlier that morning, Gov. Brad Little sharply criticized fellow Republicans in the legislature pushing to limit emergency declarations to 30 days. Earlier in the week, state lawmakers in the House approved a bill that would allow the legislature to call itself back into session without the governor's approval…
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Housing activists applaud these federal efforts to help renters, but smaller landlords who rely on rental income say measures provide little to no relief.Por NPR
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The COVID-19 vaccine rollout faces another bottleneck: Pfizer and Moderna may be unable to fulfill contractual promises to deliver 100 million doses a piece to the federal government by March 31.Por NPR
Mattel's Barbie brand has been recreating some of the world's most inspiring women. The newest doll in the 'Inspiring Women' collection is the late famed author and poet Dr. Maya Angelou.Por NPR
India's confirmed COVID-19 cases have plummeted. Scientists are trying to figure out why. They're studying the country's demographics, heat & humidity, and mask mandates.Por NPR
President Biden has outlined an aggressive plan to gain control over the coronavirus pandemic, which continues to weigh heavily on the U.S. economy.Por NPR
WGLT's The Leadoff is everything you need to know to start your day for Friday, Jan. 22, 2021. Hear about Unit 5's back-to-school plan and how a local yogathon went virtual.Por Samantha Hill
On this week's Explainer: This week, the Pennsylvania Department of Health announced that people over age 65 are now eligible to be vaccinated against COVID-19, as are other adults and older teens with certain health conditions . Health and science reporter Sarah Boden looks into the local data on inoculation. Staff members at UPMC’s Western Psychi…
Missouri’s resident and migratory bald eagle populations peak in the winter, and now is a great time to look for these iconic American raptors. Mature bald eagles are easily identifiable by their black bodies with white head- and tail feathers. However, for their first four to five years of life, juveniles sport all-brown feathers with white speckl…
Ever since Loeffler denounced WNBA support for Black Lives Matter, players have wanted the league to force her to sell the team.Por NPR
President Biden followed through on a day-one promise to send a massive immigration reform bill to Congress. Now the hard part: passing that bill into law. Muzaffar Chishti of New York University's Migration Policy Institute explains the president's plans — and the signal they send to other countries around the world. Biden is also pursuing big cha…
Vice President Kamala Harris can cast a tie-breaking vote in the Senate; that means that Democrats effectively hold a majority in the chamber. But the even split means that the body's top leadership needs to work out terms for how things like committee membership work. This episode: political reporter Juana Summers, congressional correspondent Susa…
President Biden's plan to cancel the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline is welcome news to Native American governments and activists in Montana — but disappointing to many elected officials.Por Kayla Desroches
Catching pancreatic cancer early improves survival chances. University of Cincinnati researchers wanted to know if administering chemo before surgery in stage I and II patients, in addition to after, would lengthen survival.Por Ann Thompson