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As of Jan. 18, North Carolina had received about a million doses of COVID-19 vaccines.
As of Jan. 18, North Carolina had received about a million doses of COVID-19 vaccines.
 
In two 7-2 opinions issued Thursday, the Supreme Court led again by Chief Justice John Roberts, determined that President Donald Trump is not immune from subpoenas requesting access to his tax returns from before he won the White House
In two 7-2 opinions issued Thursday, the Supreme Court led again by Chief Justice John Roberts, determined that President Donald Trump is not immune from subpoenas requesting access to his tax returns from before he won the White House
 
Professor Karl Frisson has told the British media that a substantial portion of the population was never even susceptible to the Wuhan coronavirus
Professor Karl Frisson has told the British media that a substantial portion of the population was never even susceptible to the Wuhan coronavirus
 
A blood test to determine who has been infected by SARS-CoV-2 is one thing, but a test to find out who has already had it is a whole different kettle of fish.
A blood test to determine who has been infected by SARS-CoV-2 is one thing, but a test to find out who has already had it is a whole different kettle of fish.
 
The issue in Zadeh v. Robinson is a doctrine called “qualified immunity.” The U.S. Supreme Court developed the doctrine in response to a federal statute—42 U.S.C. § 1983—that gives citizens the right to sue individual law enforcement officers for violations of their constitutional rights
The issue in Zadeh v. Robinson is a doctrine called “qualified immunity.” The U.S. Supreme Court developed the doctrine in response to a federal statute—42 U.S.C. § 1983—that gives citizens the right to sue individual law enforcement officers for violations of their constitutional rights
 
More than 750 people took a shot to the arm Oct. 8 during the first of four flu vaccination clinics scheduled at East Carolina University this fall.
More than 750 people took a shot to the arm Oct. 8 during the first of four flu vaccination clinics scheduled at East Carolina University this fall.
 
A proposed Good Samaritan law - that would give someone who calls 911 for help for someone who had overdosed on drugs limited immunity from prosecution - cleared the Senate on Tuesday. It now goes to the House.
A proposed Good Samaritan law - that would give someone who calls 911 for help for someone who had overdosed on drugs limited immunity from prosecution - cleared the Senate on Tuesday. It now goes to the House.
 
A person who calls 911 for help for someone who has overdosed on drugs would receive limited immunity from prosecution under a Good Samaritan Law that passed a Senate committee Thursday.
A person who calls 911 for help for someone who has overdosed on drugs would receive limited immunity from prosecution under a Good Samaritan Law that passed a Senate committee Thursday.
 
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