In this May 6, 2021 photo, George Ripley, 72, of Washington, holds up his free beer after receiving the J & J COVID-19 vaccine shot, at The REACH at the Kennedy Center in Washington. Free beer is the latest White House-backed incentive for Americans to get vaccinated for COVID-19. President Joe Biden is expected to announce a “month of action” on Wednesday to get more shots into arms before the July 4 holiday. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)AP
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Don’t eat cicadas if you’re allergic to seafood, the FDA warns (Washington Post)
Chauvin lawyer seeks sentence of time served, probation in murder of George Floyd; prosecutors seek 30 years (ABC)
NASA will send two missions to Venus for the first time in over 30 years (The Verge)
For Democrats, GOP filibuster of Jan. 6 commission tests ‘limits of bipartisanship’ (NBC News)
Progressives Urge Joe Biden to Ditch Republicans, Push Infrastructure Forward (Newsweek)
Free beer, other new incentives for Biden’s ‘vaccine sprint’ (AP)
West Virginia’s COVID-19 vaccine incentives include guns, trucks and cash (CBS)
Why experts say COVID-19 contact tracing may be more valuable than ever (ABC News)
Do vaccinated people need COVID-19 tests? (Fox News)
First in line, still no shot: Surprising number of hospital workers refuse vaccines (USA Today)
A Lebanese man who offered to sell his kidney to save his ill wife is the latest symbol of the troubled country’s economic collapse. Khalil Adnan Al Dgheiry offered his kidney for sale in a video posted to his personal Facebook account after his wife, who suffers from...
The state of Ohio on Thursday reported 17,225 new cases of COVID-19 in its weekly dashboard update, up about 1,000 from last week’s new case number. This week’s case total averages to about 2,460 new cases per day over seven days. Cases remain well short of the...
Cleveland-area mail carrier sold master blue box key to group that stole $1.5 million in fake-check scheme, feds say
A U.S. Postal Service mail carrier sold a master key that unlocked dozens of blue boxes across the region to a group that used it to steal mail and carry out a $1.5 million check-fraud scheme, according to federal prosecutors. The mail carrier, Cameron Proctor, sold...
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