CDC relaxes Covid guidance allowing most people to ditch masks if hospitalizations remain low – CNBC

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention relaxed its mask guidance on Friday, allowing most people to ditch their face coverings so long as Covid-19 hospitalizations in their communities remain low. Under the new CDC guidance, people are advised to

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PrimaryBid raises $190M to double down on making it easier for ordinary people to invest in IPOs and follow-on fundraises

Thanks to the growth of fintech, financial services like investing are getting ever more accessible to the wider population of consumers. Now, one of the bigger players pushing the boundaries of that concept is announcing a big round of funding

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80-unit residential building for low-income and unhoused Indigenous people opens in Seattle

The Chief Seattle Club has opened the doors to ʔálʔal, an 80-unit apartment building reserved for low-income and unhoused urban Natives in Washington’s King County. ʔálʔal, pronounced “all-all,” means “home” in Lushootseed, an Indigenous language spoken by local Salish tribes.

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Chris Eubank Jr. Pleased With Win Over Liam Williams: “Sick Of People Saying He Doesn’t Have A Jab, Foot Movement, Defense”

Posted on 02/15/2022 By: Hans Themistode Picture By Dave Thompson Matchroom Boxing Chris Eubank Jr. has gained a certain reputation over the past few years. The British native and middleweight contender had become known for his high work rate, pernicious

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Suspect arrested after an Albuquerque stabbing spree that left 11 people wounded

“Officers are investigating 7 possible scenes — stretching from Downtown to Central and Wyoming — with reports of 11 stabbing victims,” the Albuquerque Police Department tweeted Sunday evening. Tobias Gutierrez, 43, was arrested in connection to the stabbings. He is

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A Black School Principal Changed My Life. Here’s Why We Need Black People In Positions Of Power.

I arrived in my striped OshKosh overalls for my first day of my new Cambridge, Massachusetts, school holding my mother’s hand. Earlier that morning, she had brushed Alberta V05 into my shoulder-length hair until it shone and then fashioned it

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A year after Mary Johnson’s disappearance, federal officials are finally acting on America’s missing Indigenous people crisis

Johnson, then 39 years old and an enrolled citizen of the Tulalip Tribes, was last seen on the reservation on November 25, 2020. “At this point, we’re information-driven, any information we get is followed up on, but leads are harder

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