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KNAUSS MARINE POLICY FELLOWS

Current and former UD students to begin work with federal government

NPR: New Data Reveal Which Hospitals Are Dangerously Full. Is Yours?

The federal government on Monday released detailed hospital-level data showing the toll COVID-19 is taking on health care facilities, including how many inpatient and...

NPR: U.S. To Get 100 Million Doses of Pfizer Coronavirus Vaccine In $1.95 Billion Deal

The federal government has reached a $1.95 billion deal with Pfizer to acquire 100 million doses of its vaccine candidate against the...

NPR: Federal Government Executes 2nd Man After Supreme Court Denies Appeals

The United States has executed Wesley Purkey in its second federal execution this week after a 17-year hiatus.Purkey, 68, was executed via...

VOA: Federal Government Says States Must Conduct COVID-19 Testing

New national guidelines were unveiled Monday by the federal government that place the onus on the 50 states to conduct testing for COVID-19.  ...

NPR: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Says He Won’t Fight With Trump

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he will not fight with President Trump during a pandemic, appearing conciliatory after a day of...

NPR: What You Need To Know About The 2020 Census

The federal government is trying to get every U.S. household to answer some personal questions for the 2020 census. It's part of...
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VOA: Supreme Court Limits Review of Some Deportation Cases

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that federal courts cannot revise immigration judges’ decisions in some deportation cases, even when the government...

BBC: Palau’s world-first ‘good traveller’ incentive

In a world-first initiative, visitors to Palau will be offered exclusive experiences based on how they treat the environment and culture, not...

CARLE ILLINOIS STUDENT TEAM DEVELOPS WEARABLE ULTRASONIC SCANNER FOR IMPROVED ‘SIGHT’

A Carle Illinois College of Medicine student team has designed a new assistive device that uses sound-wave technology to empower sight-impaired people...