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On Day One, Biden targets Trump policies on climate, virus

In his first hours as president, Joe Biden will aim to strike at the heart of President Donald Trump’s policy legacy, signing a series of executive actions that reverse his predecessor’s orders on immigration, climate change and handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

Ready or not, college volleyball starts for area Division I teams

On one hand, Washington State volleyball coach Jen Greeny is happy her players will have a season after months of COVID-19-related uncertainty and unknowns. On the other hand, the Cougars open at home Friday against Oregon and Wednesday’s practice was just the team’s fifth full workout since returning to campus from an extended holiday break.

Dr. Zorba Paster: He’s vaccinated and wants you to get your shots, too

The other day, I received my second COVID-19 vaccine shot. No pain, no side effects. Just like the flu shot for me, but, then again, I didn’t have any side effects from the shingles shot, either. I think you can expect you might get a fever, feel a bit blue for a couple of days, like you’re coming down with a cold.

New CDC director takes over beleaguered agency amid crisis

As the coronavirus swept across the globe last year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention sank into the shadows, undermined by some of its own mistakes and stifled by an administration bent on downplaying the nation's suffering.

Oxygen-starved city in Brazil’s Amazon starts immunization

The Amazonian city of Manaus in Brazil began administering vaccines against the coronavirus, providing a ray of hope for the rainforest’s biggest city whose health system is collapsing amid an increase in infections and dwindling oxygen supplies.

Dubai, party haven amid pandemic, faces its biggest surge

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – Masks off the minute you step inside. Bars packed and pulsing like it’s 2019. Social media stars waving bottles of champagne. DJs spinning party tunes through multihour brunches.