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Fox News guest calls out network for allowing misinformation

During an interview on Fox News, Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers, implored the network to stop spreading misinformation about the 2020 presidential election. Weingarten tells CNN's Jim Acosta why she, as an educator, felt compelled to speak up about the issue.

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Ex-Obama speechwriter trolls Newsmax host on live TV

David Litt, a former speechwriter for President Obama, was booked on Newsmax to discuss Elon Musk hosting an episode of "Saturday Night Live." Instead, Litt blasted the conservative network for spreading lies about election fraud.

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CDC: Children's team sports likely cause for spread

About a quarter of adults in the United States are fully vaccinated, according to the CDC. But as CNN's Alexandra Field reports, health experts are focusing on younger adults who have not yet been vaccinated, as well as children, who they say are spreading coronavirus through sports and daycare.

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Four crucial lessons for improving Covid-19 testing

Even as the number of administered Covid-19 vaccines grows, America's need for reliable access to Covid-19 testing will extend well into the future. As the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notes, early data suggesting fully-vaccinated people are less likely to spread Covid-19 are promising, but "we're still learning how well Covid-19 vaccines keep people from spreading the disease" as well as "how effective the vaccines are against variants of the virus." Given this continued risk, it is important that the federal government remains focused on testing.

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Opinion: Three vaccines to stop voter suppression

The cancer is spreading. Last month, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signed SB 202 into law, a bill that will challenge the ability of many Georgians to vote on utterly baseless grounds. And last week, the North Carolina General Assembly's Redistricting and Elections Committee heard the Tar Heel State version of SB 202.

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Coronavirus infects the mouth and may spread in saliva, study finds

Researchers say they have found evidence that coronavirus infects the mouth, including inside the cheeks, in the gums and in salivary glands. When people swallow infected saliva, they could be spreading the virus to other parts of their bodies, CNN's Maggie Fox writes.

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See Rand Paul spar with Dr. Fauci over masks

Republican senator from Kentucky Rand Paul challenged Dr. Fauci on why Americans should wear masks after being vaccinated during a Senate hearing. Dr. Fauci responded that wearing masks after vaccination would be a good practice considering the unknown potential of Covid-19 variants spreading in communities.

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