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Phoenix police arrest 2 women after argument diverts flight

East Bay Times 28 Feb 2021
PHOENIX (AP) — An American Airlines flight was diverted and two women arrested in Phoenix after authorities say one of the ... American Airlines said the flight from Dallas-Fort Worth to Los Angeles when it was diverted to Sky Harbor International Airport on Thursday around 5.15 p.m.
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We must address vaccine hesitancy

The Philadelphia Tribune 28 Feb 2021
A pair of polls by Gallup and the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research show that from a low point last autumn, more Americans intend to get vaccinated or already have been ... Among Black Americans, 57% said they would get or have been vaccinated, compared with 68% among White Americans and 65% of Hispanics.
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Editorial: With 140 million more doses of COVID vaccines on the way, will public opinion ...

The Columbus Dispatch 27 Feb 2021
A pair of polls by Gallup and the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research show that from a low point last autumn, more Americans intend to get vaccinated or already have been ... Among Black Americans, 57% said they would get or have been vaccinated, compared with 68% among white Americans and 65% of Hispanics.
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2 Women Accused Of Using Racial Slurs Arrested After Argument Diverts Flight Out Of DFW

CBS Sports 27 Feb 2021
American Airlines said the flight was on its way to Los Angeles when it was diverted to Sky Harbor International Airport on Thursday at around 5.15 p.m ... American Airlines released a statement on the incident..
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Some 140 million more doses of COVID vaccines are coming; will public opinion catch up?

Record-Courier 27 Feb 2021
A pair of polls by Gallup and the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research show that from a low point last autumn, more Americans intend to get vaccinated or already have been ... Among Black Americans, 57 percent said they would get or have been vaccinated, compared with 68 percent among white Americans and 65 percent of Hispanics.
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Voice of the People, Feb. 27, 2021

Atlantic City 27 Feb 2021
Thank God for freedom ... Paul Friedman ... Many Americans lack the complex skills needed to navigate information, to separate fact from fiction ... Most honest, decent Americans are heartbroken over the way the crooked Democrats have hated Donald J ... Little Egg Harbor Township ... I am appalled to watch my fellow Americans who have turned on President Trump ... .
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COVID-19 In Maryland: 18 New Deaths Reported Saturday As Hospitalizations & Positivity Rate Continue To Decline

CBS Sports 27 Feb 2021
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Maryland reported 836 new COVID-19 cases and 18-more deaths Saturday, according to data from the state’s health department shows ... St ... Suspect Killed In Police-Involved Shooting Near Baltimore's Inner Harbor Identified As Benjamin Tyson Race/Ethnicity Cases Deaths. African-American (NH) 109,265 (2,643) 65* ... .
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Around the nation

Decatur Daily 27 Feb 2021
“The criminal justice system has frustrated efforts to hold law enforcement officers accountable for the unjustified killing of unarmed African Americans ... A pair of polls by Gallup and the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research show that from a low point last autumn, more Americans intend to get vaccinated or already have been.
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Golf: Tiger Woods transferred to Cedars-Sinai Medical Centre

Straits Times 26 Feb 2021
The American golfer star was moved from Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, where he was taken after he was extracted from his car following the single-vehicle wreck close to the border of Rolling Hills Estates, California, and Rancho Palos Verdes, California ... Harbor-UCLA Medical Center.
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No good reason not to get jabbed

The Daily Journal - San Mateo 26 Feb 2021
A pair of polls by Gallup and the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research show that from a low point last autumn, more Americans intend to get vaccinated or already have been ... Among Black Americans, 57% said they would get or have been vaccinated, compared with 68% among White Americans and 65% of Hispanics.
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Editorial: National campaign need to persuade those hesitant to take vaccine

West Hawaii Today 26 Feb 2021
A pair of polls by Gallup and the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research show that from a low point last autumn, more Americans intend to get vaccinated or already have been ... Among Black Americans, 57% said they would get or have been vaccinated, compared with 68% among White Americans and 65% of Hispanics.
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Another View: More vaccines are coming. We need a national campaign to persuade those hesitant ...

The Marshall News Messenger 26 Feb 2021
A pair of polls by Gallup and the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research show that from a low point last autumn, more Americans intend to get vaccinated or already have been ... Among Black Americans, 57 percent said they would get or have been vaccinated, compared with 68 percent among White Americans and 65 percent of Hispanics.
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Public hesitant to take vaccine may throw a wrench in the drive to end COVID-19

Citizen Tribune 26 Feb 2021
A pair of polls by Gallup and the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research show that from a low point last autumn, more Americans intend to get vaccinated or already have been ... Among Black Americans, 57 percent said they would get or have been vaccinated, compared with 68 percent among White Americans and 65 percent of Hispanics.
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