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An employee receives a vaccination against Covid-19 from a National Guard soldier at a pop-up vaccination stand at the Vermont Creamery in Websterville, Vermont on June 29, 2021.

CDC eviction moratorium applies to five Vermont counties experiencing ‘high levels of coronavirus spread’

The extended eviction moratorium mandated by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention affects five Vermont counties.

Brianna McCain with her daughters, Lincoln Manning, 2, right, and Nyla Manning, 6, at home in Portland, Ore., Aug. 3, 2021. The rise of the Delta variant and the uncertainty over schools and child care are keeping many parents, including McCain, a former office manager, from applying for jobs.

Majority of parents say COVID child care duties have hurt their careers

More than six out of ten US adults with children under the age of 18 (62%) believe their child care and virtual schooling duties during the COVID pandemic have negatively affected their ability to get ahead in their job or career, according to a recent survey.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo spoke during a news conference at New York's Yankee Stadium last week.

N.Y. lawmakers give Cuomo deadline to submit evidence in impeachment probe

Since March, the Assembly's judiciary committee has been investigating whether there are grounds to impeach the Democratic governor over sexual harassment allegations, misleading the public about COVID-19 outbreaks at nursing homes, and using state resources and staff for his $5 million book deal.

Passengers line up outside the Spirit Airlines terminal at Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles on Tuesday, Aug. 3, 2021. Spirit Airlines canceled more than half its schedule Tuesday, and American Airlines struggled to recover from weekend storms at its Texas home, stranding thousands of passengers at the height of the summer travel season.

Spirit Airlines cites ‘widespread irregularities’ in canceling half of Wednesday flights amid days-long disruption

Spirit Airlines canceled more than half of its flights Wednesday and apologized to customers for severe disruptions in recent days.

A conference area is shown that has been turned into a COVID-19 unit at Memorial Hospital Miramar., in Miramar, Fla.  With the much more contagious delta variant now spreading exponentially, Florida hit 11,515 hospitalized patients Tuesday, breaking last year's record for the third straight day and up from just 1,000 in mid-June.

Florida hospital puts beds in conference rooms, cafeteria to treat COVID patients

A South Florida hospital chain is suspending elective surgeries and putting beds in conference rooms, an auditorium and even a cafeteria as many more patients seek treatment for COVID-19.

Trees burn after firefighters conducted a firing operation to slow the spread of the Dixie Fire in Plumas County, Calif.

Fire engulfs Northern California town, leveling businesses

A fast-moving wildfire has engulfed a Northern California town, leveling much of the downtown and several homes.

Texas Department of Public Safety officers stood near a vehicle where multiple people died after the van carrying migrants tipped over just south of the Brooks County community of Encino.

At least 10 dead as van carrying migrants crashes in Texas

An overloaded van carrying 29 migrants crashed Wednesday on a remote South Texas highway, killing at least 10 people, including the driver, and injuring 20 others, authorities said.

A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket, stood on Space Launch Complex 41 at the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station with Boeing's CST-100 Starliner spacecraft Wednesday.

Boeing, NASA try to find out what’s wrong with Starliner, inspecting for water damage

NASA and Boeing officials revealed the next steps for Boeing’s Starliner spacecraft a day after a much-anticipated test flight was scrubbed because a sensor indicated a valve on the vehicle wasn’t in the proper position.