Articles by Kathryn Watson

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Biden consoles families and survivors of Surfside condo building collapse
Kathryn Watson

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Biden announces COVID-19 vaccine mandates that will affect 100 million Americans
Kathryn Watson

Air travelers refusing to wear masks could face up to $3,000 fines . . .

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Democrats use new video, Trump tweets to show "full scope" of Capitol attack at impeachment trial
Kathryn Watson

U.S. to resettle more child refugees fleeing violence around the world . . .

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Biden says Omicron variant is "cause for concern, not a cause for panic"
Kathryn Watson

Fauci on Omicron variant: "We should not be freaking out" . . .

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Biden directs all states to make all adults eligible for COVID-19 vaccine by May 1
Kathryn Watson

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Live Updates: Explosions outside Kabul airport result in U.S., civilian casualties
Kathryn Watson

Afghan family names baby girl after U.S. plane she was born on . . .

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Biden to meet virtually with new Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio Friday
Kathryn Watson

President Biden will meet virtually with new Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio on Friday, according to the White House. The White House says the meeting will be to "further deepen ties between our governments, economies, and our people," and will "highlight the strength of the U.S.-Japan allianc . . .

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Biden to hold news conference capping first year in office
Kathryn Watson

President Biden will hold his 10th news conference as president on Wednesday, the day before he marks one year in the White House. Mr. Biden, who has held fewer press conferences at this point in his presidency than recent predecessors, is wrapping up his first year in office with some intractable c . . .

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Here's how to request free at-home COVID tests starting Wednesday
Kathryn Watson

Tests should ship within seven to 12 days of ordering, the White House says. Tests will be limited to four per household, no matter the size of the household. Beginning Saturday, Americans with private health insurance will also be able to file for reimbursement for rapid tests purchased on or after . . .

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Sinema reiterates opposition to Senate rule change ahead of Biden meeting with Dems
Kathryn Watson

Senator Kyrsten Sinema, one of two Senate Democrats known to opposes changes to Senate rules, said Thursday on the Senate floor that she will not change her position in order to pass two voting rights bills. Her remarks come moments ahead of President Biden's lunchtime meeting with Senate Democrats . . .

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