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New report blames airlines for most flight cancellations

Congressional investigators said in a report Friday that an increase in flight cancellations as travel recovered from the pandemic was due mostly to...

Poll: Pandemic Causes Dip in Religious Service Attendance

A “stable share” of Americans has participated in religious services in some way – virtually or in person – during the coronavirus pandemic,...

Pandemic 3 years later: Has the COVID-19 virus won?

On the third anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic, the virus is still spreading and the death toll is nearing 7 million worldwide. Yet most...

Need a Lenten fish fry? There’s an interactive map for that

WEXFORD, Pa. ((DailyNews)) — By the time the doors open at 4:30 p.m., a boisterous line of 50 hungry people is looping around the...

Shoe polish stands begin to vanish, lose their shine

NEW YORK ((DailyNews)) — On a recent winter weekday at Penn Station Shoe Repair and Shoe Shine, men hop onto shoeshine chairs and pull...

China dismisses FBI statement on COVID-19 lab leak theory

BEIJING ((DailyNews)) — For the second day in a row, China on Wednesday dismissed U.S. suggestions that the COVID-19 pandemic may have been triggered...

COVID-19 conspiracies soar after latest report on origins

WASHINGTON ((DailyNews)) — COVID-19′s origins remain hazy. Three years after the start of the pandemic, it’s still unclear whether the coronavirus that causes the...

China says it’s been ‘open and transparent’ on COVID origins

BEIJING ((DailyNews)) — China on Tuesday pushed back at renewed suggestions that the COVID-19 pandemic could have been the result of a lab leak,...

Casinos and consulting? Pandemic spurs tribes to diversify

MASHANTUCKET, Conn. ((DailyNews)) — When the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered Foxwoods Resort Casino in Connecticut for three months in 2020, its owners, the Mashantucket Pequot...

N. Korea food shortage worsens amid COVID, but no famine yet

SEOUL, South Korea ((DailyNews)) — There’s little doubt that North Korea’s chronic food shortages worsened due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and speculation about the...

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