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Don't wait for full FDA approval to get your Covid shot

The Covid-19 pandemic has presented the public with countless decisions to make: whether to risk leaving their homes, follow health officials' precautionary guidance and, of course, whether or not to get vaccinated with one of the vaccines authorized in the US for emergency use.

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Analysis: Biden's approval rating simply hasn't moved in six months

President Joe Biden's presidency is now six months old. You'd be forgiven if you didn't realize how long Biden has been in office because Biden doesn't generate anywhere near the same news interest (see Google searches) as his predecessor, former President Donald Trump, did.

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Opinion: The GOP's grave mistake

As Ronna McDaniel, chair of the Republican National Committee (RNC), falls back on talking points that suggest Americans are fed up with Democratic policies, I'm left wondering what alternate reality she's living in and what polls she's looking at. The Biden administration is currently polling favorably among most Americans — and higher than Donald Trump ever did in his four years in office (his highest Gallup approval rating never exceeded 49%).

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Opinion: Biden's big edge over Trump

Joe Biden's approval numbers are stunning, with 63% of Americans saying in a new Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll that they approve of the job he's doing, overall. Americans particularly like his handling of the pandemic, with 71% saying they approve. Notably, that includes 47% of Republicans.

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How Biden anchored his first 100 days on two simple principles

• CNN Exclusive: Kamala Harris cements her place in Biden's inner circle during a consequential week • Analysis: Voters elected Joe Biden for this moment of racial reckoning • Manchin says he's 'not a roadblock' for Biden • Analysis: Biden's approval rating is historically consistent

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