Houston lifts boil-water order affecting more than 2 million

HOUSTON — Houston officials lifted an order Tuesday that had called for more than 2 million people in the nation’s fourth-largest city to boil their tap water before drinking or…

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Philippine schools ordered to reopen after virus lockdowns

MANILA, Philippines — Millions of students trooped back to public schools across the Philippines on Wednesday as the government enforced the mandatory resumption of in-person classes after more than two…

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Hertz to order up to 175K GM electric vehicles over 5 years

Hertz plans to order up to 175,000 Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, Cadillac and BrightDrop electric vehicles from General Motors over the next five years

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Obamacare cannot order employers to cover HIV drugs, judge rules

On the same day that former President Barack Obama returned to the White House to witness the unveiling of the new presidential portraits, a federal judge in Texas ruled against…

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Unvaccinated cadets ordered off Coast Guard Academy campus

NEW LONDON, Conn. — The Coast Guard Academy is disenrolling seven cadets for failing to comply with the military’s COVID-19 vaccination mandate, after their requests for religious exemptions were denied…

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NASA moon rocket on track for launch despite lightning hits

NASA’s new moon rocket remains on track for a Monday liftoff, despite a series of lightning strikes at the launch pad

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