(WASHINGTON) -- The Biden administration is lifting pre-departure COVID-19 testing requirements for international travelers to the United States, according to a senior White House official. Effective Sunday, June 12, those traveling to the U.S. will no longer need a negative COVID-19 test one day before... Read More.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Karen Notzon's daughter, Callie, began her first year of middle school this fall by opting out of in-person learning after initially deciding to return to the classroom. The Huntington Beach, California, mother told ABC News there were many reasons why her daughter... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- A commitment to American labor helped fuel President Joe Biden's bid for the White House as he promised to be "the most pro-union president you've ever seen." It was an embrace that many of the major federations, associations, teamsters and brotherhoods in... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- President Joe Biden is likely to announce a vaccine requirement for the nation's federal employees Thursday, according to a source familiar with the discussions. The decision is dependent on an ongoing policy review, which could determine whether employees will be able to opt... Read More.
New vaccine requirements for federal employees expected to be announced by President Joe Biden Thursday "very well" could mean troops will be required to get the shot, a senior Pentagon official told ABC News on Wednesday. But if not, it still may only be... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- President Joe Biden said Tuesday afternoon that a mandate to require all federal employees to be vaccinated is now "under consideration." He said this one day after the Department of Veterans Affairs moved to require all health workers get a COVID-19 vaccine and... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The ruling is a victory for Republicans, who have enacted 22 laws restricting voting in 14 states. In a second significant opinion Thursday, the US Supreme Court divided 6-3 along ideological lines to strike down a California law that required charities to... Read More.
(BLOOMINGTON, Ind.) -- Students at Indiana University filed a federal lawsuit Monday, suing the school over its COVID-19 vaccination requirement. The lawsuit alleges that the university violates students' rights as well as Indiana's vaccine passport law. The recently passed law prohibits state and local governments... Read More.
What a difference a year makes. While last year's Cannes Film Festival was cancelled due to pandemic, this year's 74th annual event will not only take place, but visitors won't have to quarantine before taking part in the fun. That is, if you're vaccinated. The decision was made... Read More.
By AMANDA MAILE, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- U.S. airlines are pushing back against the possibility of COVID-19 testing before domestic flights after the Biden administration said it is "actively looking" at making it a requirement."It would have us testing... Read More.
By DEVIN DWYER, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- The Supreme Court Monday night granted the request of South Carolina state election officials to reinstate, for now, a long-standing requirement that absentee ballots be signed by a witness.A federal district court... Read More.
BY: QUINN OWEN, ABC NEWS (WASHINGTON) — The Trump administration on Tuesday backed down from an Immigration and Customs Enforcement rule change requiring foreign students on visas to attend some classes in-person this fall or leave the U.S. The news came during a court... Read More.