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Recent articles by Sarah:

Florida issued a $3.5 million fine against a county that enforced COVID-19 vaccine passports

On October 4, Leon County fired 14 people for failing to comply with a requirement to show proof of vaccination by October 1. → Read More

American Airlines and Southwest, both based in Texas, says they'll still mandate COVID-19 vaccines despite Gov. Abbott's order

American Airlines said they "believe the federal vaccine mandate supersedes any conflicting state laws, and this does not change anything for American." → Read More

Texas Gov. Abbott issued an executive order banning private companies from mandating COVID-19 vaccines

"No entity in Texas can compel receipt of a COVID-19 vaccine by any individual, including an employee or a consumer," the order said → Read More

William Shatner's trek to space is delayed as Blue Origin moves New Shepard's launch day

The 90-year-old "Star Trek" actor is set to be Blue Origin's first celebrity passenger. → Read More

Democratic Sen. Richard Blumenthal says Facebook is 'proffering more talk & crocodile tears' after executive defends the company following whistle blower report

"More bromides & platitudes from Facebook on the Sunday shows. Their aim should be protecting kids, not winning PR," Blumenthal said. → Read More

NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins says it's 'truly heartbreaking' to see fellow evangelicals refuse the COVID-19 vaccine because of misinformation, urges them to 'look at the evidence'

"Hit the reset button on whatever information you have that's causing you to be doubtful or hesitant or fearful and look at the evidence," Collins said. → Read More

Unvaccinated Texas GOP gubernatorial candidate Allen West is ill with COVID-19 and medicating with unproven drugs

West said he will most likely have to be hospitalized after his oxygen levels dropped and x-rays showed pneumonia. → Read More

Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine is extremely helpful at preventing severe COVID-19 but it's hard to come by in the planet's poorer countries

Only about a million doses of Moderna's vaccine have gone to low-income countries, compared to 8.4 million doses of Pfizer's vaccine. → Read More

Texas law banning abortions after 6 weeks is back in effect, circuit court says

On Friday, The 5th US Circuit Court of Appeals granted Texas' request and issued a temporary stay of the restrictive abortion law. → Read More

A former Trump aide was subpoenaed by the House committee investigating the January 6 riot more than a week ago. Investigators still haven't found him.

The House select committee investigating the January 6 riot issued a subpoena for Dan Scavino on September 23 but he hasn't been served. → Read More

Brian Laundrie's sister says he flew home on August 17, a few days after the couple was stopped by police after a fight in Utah

"He was telling me where they were going next. I FaceTimed with Gabby and the kids on that trip," Cassie Laundrie said. → Read More

Whistleblower says a Facebook study found only up to 5% of hate on the platform is addressed

The copied documents also showed that only .6% of violence and incitement on the platform was addressed. → Read More

Officials in Southern California are warning residents to stay clear of beaches as a 13-mile-long oil spill is about to wash ashore

The 13-mile slick between Newport Beach and Huntington Beach is believed to have originated from a pipeline leak. → Read More

Less than a month after signing a bill that would lower the punishment for illegal voting, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott calls for stricter penalties

"By increasing penalties for illegal voting, we will send an even clearer message that voter fraud will not be tolerated in Texas," Abbott said. → Read More

A Missouri hospital is giving employees panic buttons to address rising attacks on healthcare workers during the pandemic

Cox Medical Center Branson said total assaults rose from 40 in 2019 to 123 in 2020 and total injuries rose from 17 in 2019 to 78 in 2020. → Read More

More than half of San Francisco's unvaccinated police officers are seeking a religious exemption to avoid the city's vaccine requirement

The San Francisco Department of Human Resources received a total of 296 religious exemptions, the vast majority, 193, from police staff. → Read More

A Michigan doctor said 6 out of 8 patients who questioned his medical advice on COVID-19 have died

"The answer was to have been vaccinated - but they were not and now they're angry at the medical community for their failure," Dr. Matthew Trunsky said. → Read More

Trump says he has 'a mouth that tells the truth' while making false statements at Georgia rally

"They want to go after me because I have, they think, a big mouth I don't have a big mouth... I have a mouth that tells the truth," Trump said → Read More

An NYU professor says fewer men going to college will lead to a 'mating crisis' with the US producing too many 'lone and broke' men

"The most dangerous person in the world is a broke and lone male and we are producing too many of them," NYU professor Scott Galloway said. → Read More

A sheriff told a Wisconsin teenager to take down a COVID-19 Instagram post. A judge ruled it a First Amendment violation.

"The First Amendment is not a game setting for the government to toggle off and on. It applies in times of tranquility and times of strife," a judge ruled. → Read More