The first COVID-19 test that can be performed entirely from home was cleared by U.S. regulators on Tuesday, and it can be acquired without a prescription.
HONOLULU — A Hawaii state judge has issued a ruling requiring Honolulu taxpayers to pay the legal defense costs of the city’s former police chief, who was convicted in a federal criminal corruption and fraud case.
Tisha Coleman has lived in close-knit Linn County, Kansas, for 42 years and never felt so alone.
WASHINGTON — Talks on a long-delayed COVID-19 aid package intensified Tuesday as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi summoned other top congressional leaders for a potentially critical meeting.
WASHINGTON — Hundreds more hospitals around the country began dispensing COVID-19 shots to their workers in a rapid expansion of the U.S. vaccination drive Tuesday, while a second vaccine moved to the cusp of government authorization.
WASHINGTON — Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell congratulated Democrat Joe Biden as president-elect on Tuesday, saying the Electoral College “has spoken.”
It’s way past time that all of us understand how dominant technology companies have expanded in ways that could threaten American commerce as well as American life.
SEATTLE — Washington has pulled out of the Pac-12 football championship game due to COVID-19 issues in the Huskies program, and Oregon will now play No. 13 USC for the conference title on Friday instead.
CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Indians are changing their name — they just don’t know to what or when.
CLEVELAND — Lamar Jackson’s only thought was to rescue his teammates.
The University of Hawaii basketball teams are scheduled to face their counterparts from Hilo in men’s and women’s games on Saturday and Sunday at SimpliFi Arena at Stan Sheriff Center.
HOUSTON — The Bermuda grass of south Texas was unlike anything A Lim Kim had ever seen. The U.S. Women’s Open, with its reputation as the toughest test, was a major she had never played.
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Health care workers around the country rolled up their sleeves for the first COVID-19 shots Monday as hope that an all-out vaccination effort can defeat the coronavirus smacked up against the heartbreaking reality of 300,000 U.S. deaths.