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No mask Monday: Masks off for some Loudoun County students

Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s executive order allowing parents to choose whether students wear masks in school went into effect Monday.Loudoun County school rules say students must still wear masks, but

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This toddler went on a $2K Walmart shopping spree

Toddler orders almost $2,000 of furniture from Walmart. CNN's Jeanne Moos talked to the proud parents.

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Pets travel in style as their owners race to get them out of Hong Kong

CNN's Ivan Watson reports on the mounting pressure for pet owners wishing to leave Hong Kong to save their animals as officials kill thousands of hamsters and small animals over

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Hear what the son of an American political icon says about vaccine mandates

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. speaks at a rally against vaccine mandates, where he compares vaccine mandates to Nazism. CNN's Brian Todd reports.

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Youngkin’s mask order sparks lawsuits, confusion and contention

When it comes to education advocacy, there’s an ocean of difference between Virginia’s largest teacher’s union and the Cato Institute, a libertarian think tank that’s decried “union‐induced school closures.”

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England to Lift Travel Restrictions for Vaccinated Visitors

MONDAY, Jan. 24, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- COVID-19 testing requirements for vaccinated people arriving in England will be scrapped, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced Monday. Details about the changes

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CBS Renews ‘Ghosts,’ ‘The Neighborhood’ & ‘Bob ♥ Abishola’

They join the previously renewed 'Young Sheldon' for the 2022-2023 season.

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Craig Bohl hires Laramie native Nick Fulton as Wyoming Cowboys director of operations

Craig Bohl hires Laramie native Nick Fulton as Wyoming Cowboys director of operations

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Hot mic catches Biden calling Fox reporter 'son of a bitch'

President Biden was caught in a hot mic moment after a Fox reporter asked if inflation is a liability.

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Op-Ed: Flood readiness improves in some states, but much of U.S. remains vulnerable

A failure to plan, the saying goes, is planning to fail. And over the past 30 years, this maxim has played out in the nation’s approach to climate-related disasters, particularly