Biden Dismisses DeSantis’ Immigrant Relocation | National News

President Joe Biden on Tuesday dismissed Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ latest move to relocate migrants to more liberal states while noting that sending them back to certain countries is “not rational” – a rare acknowledgment of the national conversation on immigration sparked by Republican governors. “He should come visit. We have a beautiful shoreline,” Biden … Read more

Record-Breaking Coronavirus Infections Among Children Prompts Concerns of MIS-C | Health News

Coronavirus cases and hospitalizations among children they are at an all-time high, raising concerns about a rare but serious syndrome that appears in children several weeks after COVID-19 infections. MIS-C, or Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome in Children, is a condition associated with COVID-19 in which different parts of the body become inflamed, including the heart, lungs, … Read more

Jobless Claims Edged Up Last Week | Economy

The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits for the first time rose slightly last week to 207,000, the Labor Department reported Thursday. The number was above estimates of 199,000 and compares with the revised 200,000 recorded in the previous week. The four-week moving average was 204,500, an increase of 4,750 from the revised average … Read more

Returning Students Greeted With Closing Schools | Education News

As coronavirus cases rise due to the highly communicable omicron variant, schools across the country are resuming classes after their winter break and navigating a complicated comeback that is further exacerbated by staff shortages, trial problems and bad weather. According to the Burbio school tracking site, 1,600 additional schools announced closure of in-person learning for … Read more