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Rep. Scott Perry confirms election fraud talks with Trump, DOJ lawyer amid president’s effort to overturn Georgia results
Perry introduced Trump to DOJ lawyer Jeffrey Clark — who, the New York Times reported, was part of Trump’s plan to pressure Georgia to overturn its certified election results.
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Biden administration will ‘speed up’ efforts to put Harriet Tubman on $20 bill
The Biden Administration will resume efforts to redesign the $20 bill to feature abolitionist Harriet Tubman, the White House said Monday.
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N.J. coronavirus update: Vaccine hotline fields 60K calls; candidates can get signatures in person
The surge in interest highlighted an imbalance that there is far more demand for the vaccine than there are doses in the Garden State.
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Food distribution hub gets a million dollars to fund repairs and go solar
A solar upgrade is on the way for a food distribution hub in Philly.
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Watchdog probes if DOJ officials tried to overturn election
The investigation comes after the NYT reported that a former assistant attorney general had been discussing a plan with then-President Trump to oust the acting AG.
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N.J. coronavirus vaccination call center goes live
The phone number for the state’s COVID-19 Vaccine Call Center is 855-568-0545.
What a ‘Code Blue’ means for Philly residents
When temperatures feel near or below 20 degrees Fahrenheit, Philadelphia officials will declare a Code Blue. Here’s what that means, and how you can help.
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Biden repeals Trump-era ban on transgender troops
Former President Donald Trump had first ordered a ban on transgender troops in 2017, and President Biden had long promised to repeal the order.
In fatal shootings of unarmed Black people, many police are repeat offenders
Since 2015, police have fatally shot at least 135 unarmed Black people nationwide. The majority of officers were white and for some, the shootings weren't their first or last.
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Thousands of drug, alcohol recovery homes in Pa. still operate without state oversight
The Wolf administration has yet to implement regulations stemming from a 2017 reform law intended to better protect recovery home residents and address community complaints.
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Biden to implement travel restrictions to combat new coronavirus variants
Newly discovered variants of COVID-19 in South Africa and Brazil could make the virus more infectious and may decrease the efficacy of vaccines.
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House sending Trump impeachment to Senate, GOP opposes trial
The House is set to bring the impeachment article against Trump for the Senate trial. But a growing number of GOP senators say they oppose the proceedings against him.
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5-hour wait for a coronavirus vaccine? Delaware residents say the line is the easy part
The state aimed to vaccinate 11,500 seniors and 2,000 health care workers this weekend, but faced sharp criticism amid long lines and registration confusion.
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As students return to dorms after COVID spike, Philly colleges implement rapid testing
Some Philly-area college students returned to in-person class last week amid public health experts’ concerns about spreading COVID on campus.
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What’s it like to get the second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine? We asked health workers
How did they feel? Did they have side effects? WHYY’s Health Desk Help Desk asked health workers who recently got the last of two shots.
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