Cardinal News Headlines — Friday, September 10, 2021


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Biden’s new vaccine requirements draw praise, skepticism and outrage September 2021

Americans may respond to vaccine mandate with resignations, sabbaticals

August 2021 Qualtrics study showed 44% of employees would quit if ordered to take vaccine

Biden calls on states to implement vaccine requirements in schools

Los Angeles mandates vaccines for students 12 and older

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis appeal to ban mask requirements issued by the Florida Department of Health in August reinstates mask ban September 10, 2021

Milwaukee Public Schools give $100 to students who get the COVID-19 vaccine.

CDC compares COVID-19 infections unvaccinated to vaccinated: 4.5 times more likely to get infected, over 10 times more likely to be hospitalized, and 11 times more likely to die

Pfizer and BioNTech to seek approval for coronavirus vaccine for children ages 5 plus

TSA will double fines on mask violations September 9, 2021

Denmark removes all COVID-19 restrictions

Dogs at Miami airport sniff out people infected with COVID-19


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Second passenger jet (Qatar) leaves Kabul with passengers for Qatar

Afghan evacuee flights to US halted after measles cases discovered September 10, 2021

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy says Ukraine war with Russia worst-case scenario September 10, 2021

Prince Andrew served with papers with sex assault allegations from Jeffrey Epstein accuser and sex trafficking victim Virginia Roberts Giuffre

Fence re-installed around US Capitol to prepare security for Sept. 18, 2021 protest

Maryland Judge Jonathan Newell, 50, kills himself moments before arrest regarding accusations of hidden bathroom camera that captured images of naked boys

California considers law requiring public schools and colleges to stock free menstrual products for students

NBC News polls find Americans more pessimistic and divided two decades after 9/11

Two Florida teens accused of planning a Columbine-style middle school shooting in Lehigh Acres near Fort Myers

Defendant shot to death after he tries to take bailiff’s gun in Person County Courthouse, North Carolina

Producer inflation accelerated in August; wholesale prices rose record 8.3% from 2020

Judge Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers: APPLE can’t force developers to use in-app purchasing

Washington DC congresswoman Democrat Eleanor Holmes Norton denies letting zebras loose

Facebook sells Ray-Ban Stories smart glasses with cameras without the Facebook branding

Social media companies with more than 50 million monthly users are forbidden from banning users based on their political views in Texas Thursday September 9, 2021

Steve DelBianco, president and CEO of NetChoice coalition for Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter fights Texas bill applied to stop ‘censorship’ of conservatives

Steve DelBianco’s son Danny DelBianco committed suicide after dropping out of Navy Seals training in 2016

Russia blames U.S. tech giants for interference in election


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