COVID-19 in the U.S.A.

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The Latest COVID-19 News in the United States

Independence Day arrives at a time when the United States is roiled by hearings over the Jan. 6 insurrection, awash in turmoil over high court rulings on abortion and guns and struggling to maintain the common bonds that keep it together. Yet many also see cause to celebrate: The pandemic... Read more
Published: 1 hour ago
Source: Time
By Bobby Caina Calvan / AP
Carriers were dealing with a combination of staff shortages and passenger volume that approached or in some cases exceeded prepandemic levels.... Read more
Published: 10 hours ago
Source: New York Times
By Natasha Singer
Almost one-third of all scheduled flights on Friday were delayed or canceled as the TSA screened nearly 2.5 million passengers, the highest number since before the pandemic. Lilia Luciano reports on the busiest July 4 travel weekend in years.... Read more
Published: 11 hours ago
Source: CBS News
The Democratic president will present the medals at the White House next week... Read more
Published: 13 hours ago
Source: Time
By DARLENE SUPERVILLE / AP
“It's a tremendous debut,” said Jim Orr, Universal's president of domestic distribution... Read more
Published: 16 hours ago
Source: Time
By Time
Pyrotechnic companies say they’re staging July Fourth shows at prepandemic levels, even as some cities cancel their celebrations because of supply-chain and drought concerns.... Read more
Published: 19 hours ago
Source: New York Times
By Julia Jacobs
After two years of the pandemic, airlines are struggling to keep up with pent-up demand despite staff shortages, cancelled flights and bad weather; Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg says, "The bottom line is [airlines] need to deliver."... Read more
Published: 20 hours ago
Source: CBS News
After two years of the pandemic, airlines are struggling to keep up with pent-up demand, as staff shortages, canceled flights and bad weather make Summer 2022 a miserable time for air passengers. CBS News correspondent Kris Van Cleave talks with aviation experts and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg about why the... Read more
Published: 20 hours ago
Source: CBS News
After two years of cancellations because of the coronavirus pandemic, the parade came a half-century after London’s first march to celebrate Pride in 1972... Read more
Published: 1 day ago
Source: Time
By MIKE FULLER / AP
To help celebrate Hong Kong’s 25-year independence from British rule, Chinese President Xi Jinping made his first trip off the mainland since the start of the pandemic. Elizabeth Palmer reports on the high-profile visit.... Read more
Published: 1 day ago
Source: CBS News
For as long as I can remember, I’ve felt a stifling expectation, an understood command to believe that America is great. If I could not see this nation as great, then I must be a disgruntled traitor. If I could not see America’s remarkable progress—how it eventually fixed its mistake... Read more
Published: 1 day ago
Source: Time
By Taylor Harris
Hart Island, the nation’s largest public cemetery, was created for the poor, but increasingly serves a surprising range of people as the pandemic has fueled a surge in unclaimed bodies.... Read more
Published: 1 day ago
Source: Washington Post
By By Mary Jordan
The country has never mandated masks or vaccinations, but it’s evaded the worst of Covid, thanks to a fear of public shaming and the “self restraint police.”... Read more
Published: 2 days ago
Source: New York Times
By Motoko Rich and Ben Dooley
After shedding staff in the pandemic, airlines are scrambling to respond to increased demand.... Read more
Published: 2 days ago
Source: New York Times
By Lauren Hirsch

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The Latest COVID-19 News in the United States

Independence Day arrives at a time when the United States is roiled by hearings over the Jan. 6 insurrection, awash in turmoil over high court rulings on abortion and guns and struggling to maintain the common bonds that keep it together. Yet many also see cause to celebrate: The pandemic... Read more
Published: 1 hour ago
Source: Time
By Bobby Caina Calvan / AP
Carriers were dealing with a combination of staff shortages and passenger volume that approached or in some cases exceeded prepandemic levels.... Read more
Published: 10 hours ago
Source: New York Times
By Natasha Singer
Almost one-third of all scheduled flights on Friday were delayed or canceled as the TSA screened nearly 2.5 million passengers, the highest number since before the pandemic. Lilia Luciano reports on the busiest July 4 travel weekend in years.... Read more
Published: 11 hours ago
Source: CBS News
The Democratic president will present the medals at the White House next week... Read more
Published: 13 hours ago
Source: Time
By DARLENE SUPERVILLE / AP
“It's a tremendous debut,” said Jim Orr, Universal's president of domestic distribution... Read more
Published: 16 hours ago
Source: Time
By Time
Pyrotechnic companies say they’re staging July Fourth shows at prepandemic levels, even as some cities cancel their celebrations because of supply-chain and drought concerns.... Read more
Published: 19 hours ago
Source: New York Times
By Julia Jacobs
After two years of the pandemic, airlines are struggling to keep up with pent-up demand despite staff shortages, cancelled flights and bad weather; Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg says, "The bottom line is [airlines] need to deliver."... Read more
Published: 20 hours ago
Source: CBS News
After two years of the pandemic, airlines are struggling to keep up with pent-up demand, as staff shortages, canceled flights and bad weather make Summer 2022 a miserable time for air passengers. CBS News correspondent Kris Van Cleave talks with aviation experts and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg about why the... Read more
Published: 20 hours ago
Source: CBS News
After two years of cancellations because of the coronavirus pandemic, the parade came a half-century after London’s first march to celebrate Pride in 1972... Read more
Published: 1 day ago
Source: Time
By MIKE FULLER / AP
To help celebrate Hong Kong’s 25-year independence from British rule, Chinese President Xi Jinping made his first trip off the mainland since the start of the pandemic. Elizabeth Palmer reports on the high-profile visit.... Read more
Published: 1 day ago
Source: CBS News
For as long as I can remember, I’ve felt a stifling expectation, an understood command to believe that America is great. If I could not see this nation as great, then I must be a disgruntled traitor. If I could not see America’s remarkable progress—how it eventually fixed its mistake... Read more
Published: 1 day ago
Source: Time
By Taylor Harris
Hart Island, the nation’s largest public cemetery, was created for the poor, but increasingly serves a surprising range of people as the pandemic has fueled a surge in unclaimed bodies.... Read more
Published: 1 day ago
Source: Washington Post
By By Mary Jordan
The country has never mandated masks or vaccinations, but it’s evaded the worst of Covid, thanks to a fear of public shaming and the “self restraint police.”... Read more
Published: 2 days ago
Source: New York Times
By Motoko Rich and Ben Dooley
After shedding staff in the pandemic, airlines are scrambling to respond to increased demand.... Read more
Published: 2 days ago
Source: New York Times
By Lauren Hirsch