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Gabriella Borter

Healthcare workers, high-risk people will get priority for COVID-19 vaccine in New York: governor

18 Oct 2020

NEW YORK New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Sunday that healthcare workers and high-risk populations, including some long-term care residents, would get priority in his state to receive a COVID-19 vaccine when one is approved and available.

Five suspects in Michigan governor kidnap plot held without bail, await jury trial

16 Oct 2020

Five men suspected of plotting to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer were being held without bail on Friday and were ordered to face a grand jury trial on federal charges that could land them in prison for life if convicted.

U.S. judge strikes Tennessee abortion law requiring 48-hour waiting period

14 Oct 2020

A U.S. federal judge on Wednesday struck down a Tennessee law requiring a 48-hour waiting period for abortions, saying it placed an unconstitutional burden on women.

Michigan plot suspects also considered kidnapping Virginia governor: FBI

14 Oct 2020

Some suspects accused of trying to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer also discussed whether they should shoot her in the head and contemplated abducting Virginia Governor Ralph Northam as well, an FBI agent testified on Tuesday. | Video

Militia members, others charged in plot to kidnap Michigan governor; she says Trump complicit

09 Oct 2020

Thirteen men, seven of them associated with an anti-government militia group called the Wolverine Watchmen, have been arrested on charges of conspiring to kidnap the Michigan governor, attack the state legislature and threaten law enforcement, prosecutors said on Thursday. | Video

Six U.S. states report record COVID hospitalizations, new restrictions in place

06 Oct 2020

Six states reported record numbers of hospitalized COVID-19 patients, including Wisconsin, where officials on Tuesday issued a new order limiting the size of indoor public gatherings.

In face of COVID-19 spike, New York Orthodox Jews take holiday prayers outside

06 Oct 2020

MONSEY, N.Y. Standing at least six feet apart and wearing skullcaps, prayer shawls and face masks, about two dozen Orthodox Jewish men pored over texts this week on a lawn in New York's Monsey suburb, filling a quiet morning with the soft hum of Hebrew prayer.

'No regrets': Trump supporters at campaign rally unfazed by his positive test

02 Oct 2020

Callie Kaspszak, a 19-year-old registered Republican, was somewhat worried for her health when she heard on Friday that President Donald Trump had tested positive for the coronavirus, two days after she had attended his campaign rally in Minnesota.

'No regrets': Trump supporters at campaign rally unfazed by his positive test

02 Oct 2020

Callie Kaspszak, a 19-year-old registered Republican, was somewhat worried for her health when she heard on Friday that President Donald Trump had tested positive for the coronavirus, two days after she had attended his campaign rally in Minnesota.

Minnesota, New Jersey officials urge COVID-19 testing after Trump events this week

02 Oct 2020

Oct 2 Officials in New Jersey and Minnesota on Friday urged hundreds of people who attended President Donald Trump's campaign events in those states this week to get tested for COVID-19 after the U.S. president said he had contracted the coronavirus.

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