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Texas judge tosses hospital workers' COVID-19 vaccine requirement lawsuit, says they can 'work somewhere else'

A federal judge in Texas has thrown out a lawsuit filed by 117 employees of Houston’s Methodist Hospital system targeting its COVID-19 vaccine requirement. According to the ruling, U.S. District Judge Lynn Hughes of Houston said that lead plaintiff Jennifer Bridges’ claims that vaccines are “experimental and dangerous” were “false” and “irrelevant.” Hughes also said that COVID-19 vaccines being a ...

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Israel's Netanyahu pledges 'we'll be back' as record 12-year run as prime minister expected to end

A new Israeli government is expected to be formed Sunday with Naftali Bennett becoming the new Prime Minister, ending Benjamin Netanyahu’s 12 years in the office. Bennett, representing the Yamina party, leads a coalition alongside the Yesh Atid party’s Yair Lapid. As part of the arrangement, the two men would split the term as prime minister, with Lapid expected to ...

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Kamala Harris becomes first sitting VP to join Pride march, calls for passage of GOP-opposed Equality Act

Kamala Harris became the first sitting vice president to march in a Pride event on Saturday as she and her husband, second gentlemen Douglas Emhoff, surprised the crowd with an appearance at the Capital Pride Walk and Rally in Washington, D.C.  “We need to make sure that our transgender community and our youth are all protected,” Harris told marchers of ...

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Euro 2020 crowd breaks out in deafening chant in support of Christian Eriksen: 'Football is beautiful'

The 15,000 spectators at Parken Stadium in Copenhagen let out a deafening chant in support of Denmark’s Christian Eriksen on Saturday shortly after the Danish midfielder collapsed during the Group stages of the 2020 European Championship.  Finland supporters began the chant, shouting “Christian,” which was then answered by the Danish fans who shouted “Eriksen.” DENMARK’S CHRISTIAN ERIKSEN COLLAPSES ON FIELD ...

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Delta flight diverted to Oklahoma City: Off-duty worker said 'he would take the plane down,' police say

A Delta employee is in custody Saturday morning after allegedly causing a ruckus during one of the airline’s flights Friday night to Atlanta, where he said out loud that “he would take the plane down,” Oklahoma City Police tell Fox News.  The incident forced the pilot to divert the aircraft to Oklahoma City following its departure from Los Angeles, flight records show. The ...

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California Gov. Newsom signs order to end most of state's coronavirus restrictions, reopen Tuesday

California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday signed an order that will lift most coronavirus-related restrictions in the state, allowing it to officially reopen Tuesday.  The Democrat’s executive order will end the state’s tier system that based restrictions on case numbers in different counties, according to FOX 11 in Los Angeles.  “California is turning the page on this pandemic, thanks to ...

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