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The COVID-19 pandemic sparked a slew of mental health issues when it started nearly a year ago, and as the virus recedes it's likely to do so again. Although a full return to pre-pandemic life may be months or even a year away, Dr. Tanya Middleton is already hearing from clients about the stresses and anxieties of returning to normal. Middleton, a clinical assistant professor at Ohio State ...

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WASHINGTON – Another budget reconciliation bill is likely on the horizon, and Democrats are eyeing the measure as a vehicle for a policy priority long mired in partisan disagreement: immigration overhaul. In the coming months, congressional Democrats and the White House could use a budgetary maneuver requiring a simple Senate majority to advance a sweeping infrastructure package. The ...

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PHILADELPHIA — Federal authorities arrested Zach Rehl, the president of the Philadelphia Proud Boys, on Wednesday on charges he conspired with other leading members of the organization accused in the attack of the Capitol on Jan. 6. Agents arrived at his home in Port Richmond and took Rehl, 35, away in handcuffs shortly afterward, a spokesperson for the FBI in Philadelphia said. The charges ...

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Syracuse, N.Y. – Keeping kids at home instead of in the classroom is having a devastating impact and needs to change, Central New York’s top coronavirus doctors say. “This is a disaster,” said Dr. Stephen Thomas, chief of the infectious disease branch at Upstate Medical University, the region’s largest hospital. “It’s becoming a lot clearer that the risk for kids not being in school is much ...

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Syracuse City School buses sit idle in the Sixth North Street lot during a time when they normally would be out dropping students off at home …

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Syracuse City School buses sit idle in the Sixth North Street lot during a time they would be out dropping students off at home Tuesday, April…