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Thirty-seven percent of the population has yet to receive a dose.
Black students are suspended and expelled at a disproportionate rate compared to their white peers, according to the latest government education data.
The economy added 235,000 jobs last month. The unemployment rate fell to 5.2%.
The US central bank is holding record high assets to keep the economy afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Seventeen states including Washington, DC are requiring indoor mask-wearing in K-12 schools for the fall semester
The 20-year conflict lasted over four administrations
Since 2001, Afghanistan was the largest recipient of US foreign aid funds.
Most terrorist attacks in the US are non-lethal and are motivated by a wide range of extremist ideologies.
The cabinet-level department was created following the terrorist attack, combining agencies from across the federal government.
In July, Congress approved thousands of special visas for Afghans who aided the US.
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