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Coronavirus live updates: California investigates death hours after vaccination; Chicago teachers refuse to return to classrooms

01/24/21 8:06 PM

The United States on Sunday surpassed 25 million cases of COVID-19, but a coronavirus model says the true number could be twice that. Latest News.       

Calls mount for Republican Rep. Scott Perry to resign for reported role in effort to overturn Georgia election

01/24/21 4:08 PM

Republican Scott Perry played a significant role in former President Trump's effort to overturn the election results, a New York Times report says.       

"There are not two sides to this story': ABC News' Stephanopoulos grills Rand Paul, who won't say election not stolen

01/24/21 8:04 PM

During an interviwe with ABC News' "This Week," Paul refused to acknowledge that the 2020 presidential election was not stolen.       

The pandemic altered financial behaviors for many. Here's what we can expect to change for good.

01/24/21 3:44 PM

Everyday life barely resembles what it did a year ago. Many of us work differently, save differently and certainly spend differently.      

Arizona GOP narrowly reelects Trump loyalist Kelli Ward; censures Cindy McCain, Gov. Doug Ducey, ex-Sen. Jeff Flake

01/24/21 5:20 PM

The closely watched result offers an early, state-level indication that Trump retains sway over the activist GOP base, though it is more tenuous.       

'Operation Lost Angels' rescues 33 children in Los Angeles: What we know

01/24/21 5:46 PM

The operation in LA that found 33 missing children came two months after another effort in Virginia recovered 27 youths. Here's an update.      

Eight teams the Detroit Lions should call as they try to trade QB Matthew Stafford

01/24/21 4:37 PM

Detroit is apparently moving on from QB Matthew Stafford and will begin taking calls in order to work out a deal. Here are eight possible fits.      

Federal government wants Americans to buy groceries online, but most people on SNAP can't

01/24/21 7:10 PM

The government wants Americans to buy groceries online when possible to avoid COVID-19. But many people receiving food stamps can't shop on the web.       

The second Trump impeachment trial is set for February. What happens next?

01/24/21 4:55 PM

As former President Donald Trump's second impeachment trial is set to begin, questions remain on the proceedings and how they will play out.       

'Hard truths and important facts': Biden pushes for testing reset with $50 billion plan

01/24/21 5:01 PM

Biden's $50 billion coronavirus testing fix calls for a new federal testing board, more supplies, rapid tests and better technology to fill gaps      

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