California throws more money at COVID-19 contact tracing, but is it too late?

(Photo by iStock/Getty Images)  Intensive contact tracing has helped contain COVID-19 outbreaks in some Asian countries. People test positive, they quarantine, and the folks they’ve had contact with are tracked down and asked to — or, in some nations, forced to — quarantine as well. The U.S. has spent billions on contact tracing, and California… Continue reading California throws more money at COVID-19 contact tracing, but is it too late?

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Marines make history deploying first F35-C fighters, Navy does too

The USS Abraham Lincoln, a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, has headed out on a new deployment to the Indo-Pacific ocean, marking milestones for the Marine Corps and the Navy. For the Marines, it’s the first time they are deploying the F-35C fighter aboard an aircraft carrier. For the Navy, the deployment marks the first time a… Continue reading Marines make history deploying first F35-C fighters, Navy does too

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Opinion: No Supreme Court, states alone can’t manage pandemics

As the Supreme Court continues dismantling legal support for sensible federal powers that enhance the public’s well-being, it also plants the seeds for future national problems. Consider COVID-19 testing and vaccination mandates. The court’s conservative majority ruled Thursday that the Biden administration’s use of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to enforce mandates in workplaces… Continue reading Opinion: No Supreme Court, states alone can’t manage pandemics

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Union Pacific thefts another problem for already beleaguered supply chain

Thousands of items still lay all over the railroad tracks as cleanup and repairs continue Monday, Lincoln Heights, CA. Jan 17,2022. Seventeen boxcars derailed on Saturday in the areas were thieves looted many boxcars and left tons of trash and debris all over the railroad tracks. (Photo by Gene Blevins/Contributing Photographer) Union Pacific has cleanup… Continue reading Union Pacific thefts another problem for already beleaguered supply chain

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Officials ID diver reported missing at Huntington Beach oil platform and found dead

Authorities identified a man who became separated from a group of divers exploring waters near an offshore oil processing facility five miles from the coast of Huntington Beach and later found dead by search teams Sunday, Jan. 16. Theodore Watler, 65, of Long Beach, was the man sought by crews for over four hours after… Continue reading Officials ID diver reported missing at Huntington Beach oil platform and found dead

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Rams, Matthew Stafford take care of ball and Cardinals

Arizona Cardinals defensive linemen J.J. Watt, left, and Chandler Jones take a knee during an injury timeout in the third quarter of their NFC wild-card playoff game against the Rams on Monday night at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images) A’Shawn Robinson #94 of the Los Angeles Rams tackles Darrell Daniels #81… Continue reading Rams, Matthew Stafford take care of ball and Cardinals

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New York City Students Return To School With Remote Learning Option

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — With the holiday weekend over, classes resume Tuesday at New York City schools, which have been experiencing high absentee rates. The Department of Education is implementing a new policy amid pressure to bring back remote learning. The city is working with the teachers union to develop what the mayor calls a… Continue reading New York City Students Return To School With Remote Learning Option

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Candlelight Vigil Tonight For Michelle Go, Woman Pushed In Front Of Train At Times Square Subway Station

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A candlelight vigil will be held Tuesday in Times Square to remember Michelle Go, the woman killed in Saturday’s subway shoving incident. The 40-year-old lived on the Upper West Side and worked in the financial industry. She was also an avid volunteer who helped at-risk families. “It’s a tragic loss of… Continue reading Candlelight Vigil Tonight For Michelle Go, Woman Pushed In Front Of Train At Times Square Subway Station

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