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  1. Tracking COVID-19 vaccine distribution by state: How many people in the US have received a shot?

    Tracking COVID-19 vaccine distribution by state: How many people in the US have received a shot?

    See how many COVID-19 vaccines your state received, and how many people have gotten one so far

  2. Black History Month TV guide: 10 shows that'll teach you a thing or two about the Black experience

    Black History Month TV guide: 10 shows that'll teach you a thing or two about the Black experience

    We've compiled some TV titles that illustrate the long history of Black folks in America and showcase the multi-faceted Black experience.

  3. Robocalls and scam calls persist during pandemic, so Americans have stopped answering the phone

    Robocalls and scam calls persist during pandemic, so Americans have stopped answering the phone

    During the coronavirus pandemic, robocalls slowed, but still 45.9 billion were made. And the calls appear to be rising again as call centers reopen.

  4. NCAA Tournament bracketology: Why the Big 12 – more than just Kansas – can win Selection Sunday

    NCAA Tournament bracketology: Why the Big 12 – more than just Kansas – can win Selection Sunday

    Kansas will not win the Big 12 for the first time in 16 seasons, but the conference's depth shows with five teams projected as top-four seeds.

  5. Johnson & Johnson vaccine set for FDA advisory committee review; Joe Biden urges unity with state governors. Latest COVID-19 updates

    Johnson & Johnson vaccine set for FDA advisory committee review; Joe Biden urges unity with state governors. Latest COVID-19 updates

    The FDA will hold an all-day meeting Friday to review data on Johnson & Johnson's candidate vaccine. Global deaths top 2.5M. Latest COVID-19 updates.

  6. Joe Biden marks 50M vaccine doses in 37 days, urges masks and social distancing; Global deaths top 2.5M: Latest COVID-19 updates

    Joe Biden marks 50M vaccine doses in 37 days, urges masks and social distancing; Global deaths top 2.5M: Latest COVID-19 updates

    President Joe Biden urged Americans to wear masks and not let their guard down as the number of coronavirus cases declined. Latest COVID-19 updates.

  7. Secretary of State Blinken to virtually 'visit' Mexico and Canada as borders remain restricted

    Secretary of State Blinken to virtually 'visit' Mexico and Canada as borders remain restricted

    U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken will virtually meet with officials in Mexico and Canada in his first trip "abroad" Friday, raising questions about when the three countries will reopen borders restricted under coronavirus restrictions nearly a year ago.

  8. US bombs facilities in Syria used by Iran-backed militia

    US bombs facilities in Syria used by Iran-backed militia

    The United States launched airstrikes in Syria on Thursday, targeting facilities near the Iraqi border used by Iranian-backed militia groups.

  9. FDA weighs J&J vaccine, House fo vote on COVID-19 relief bill, snow moon: 5 things you need to know Friday

    FDA weighs J&J vaccine, House fo vote on COVID-19 relief bill, snow moon: 5 things you need to know Friday

    FDA committee weighs new Johnson & Johnson vaccine, the House will vote on Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package and more news to start your Friday.

  10. The return of Donald Trump: CPAC puts the Republican 2024 presidential primary front and center

    The return of Donald Trump: CPAC puts the Republican 2024 presidential primary front and center

    Trump's appearance Sunday at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC)  dominates the annual event at which conservative activists gather.