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Can Trump pardon himself? What's a preemptive pardon? Experts explain the sweeping power

12/02/20 7:22 PM

Legal experts answer some of the most common questions about what Donald Trump can and cannot do with the broad pardon powers of the president.       

As COVID-19 hospitalizations near 100,000 in USA, experts fear facilities lacking staff will be 'overrun' by patients

12/02/20 7:24 PM

As COVID-19 hospitalizations increase exponentially, doctors, nurses, staff and ICU beds are needed. Health care experts sound an alarm.       

Elliot Page came out as transgender. Here's what that means for young trans people.

12/02/20 7:03 PM

After Elliott Page came out as transgender, leaders in the transgender and nonbinary communities discuss the importance of LGBTQ celebrities.       

CDC says recommended quarantine time after COVID-19 exposure may be shortened to 7 or 10 days, down from 14

12/02/20 7:08 PM

Guidance until now had recommended quarantining for 14 days after exposure to a coronavirus-infected person within 6 feet for a total of 15 minutes.       

Trump has already left the building, but there's lots we can do while waiting for Biden

12/02/20 10:00 AM

Trump is AWOL, Biden isn't here yet, and the White House is working hard to make the transition a mess. It's a terrible time for a leadership vacuum.       

Will there be side effects from a COVID-19 vaccine? When can you get it? We answer your vaccine questions.

12/02/20 6:56 PM

Coronavirus vaccine distribution could begin by mid-December. So, will there be side effects? When will you be able to get it? Here's what to know.       

Ravens-Steelers updates: Game officially on, no new positive tests for Baltimore, per reports

12/02/20 7:42 PM

The Ravens did not have a positive COVID-19 test in Wednesday's results, but Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey will be out for the game.       

Betsy DeVos vowed to change American education. For the most part, she didn't.

12/02/20 6:55 PM

Betsy DeVos is known for her support of school choice, but she didn't accomplish much of that agenda. Here's what she got done as education secretary.      

UK authorizes emergency use of Pfizer and BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine

12/02/20 6:24 PM

Pfizer and BioNTech win permission for emergency use of their COVID-19 vaccine in Britain, the world's first shot backed by rigorous science.       

After a fatal shooting over loud music, Oregon activists demand 'stronger policies that protect Black lives'

12/02/20 6:40 PM

An Oregon community group is demanding change after a Black teenager was found fatally shot in the parking lot of a hotel on Nov. 23.       

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