Boris Johnson Scales Back Covid Travel Restrictions for Visitors
Under the new rules, vaccinated travelers will no longer need to take a test before traveling to England. Visitors will still need to take a test within two days of their arrival.
C.D.C. Recommends People Stay 'Up to Date' With Covid Boosters
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said it was not changing its definition of full vaccination against the coronavirus, but recommended that people receive any additional doses they are eligible for.
Kathy Hochul Vows Pandemic Relief in First State of the State Speech
In her first State of the State address, Gov. Kathy Hochul announced a $10 billion pledge to fortify New York's health care work force and outlined her economic recovery plan.
Watch Live: Kathy Hochul Delivers First State of the State Speech
Gov. Kathy Hochul of New York delivers her first State of the State address, outlining her plan to shepherd New York State through its recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
Several Children Were Killed in Philadelphia Fire, Official Says
The Philadelphia Fire Department said that four of the building's smoke detectors did not go off during a rowhouse fire that left a dozen people dead.
Philadelphia Rowhouse Fire Kills a Dozen People
Officials said eight children were among the 12 people who died after a fire broke out in a three-story rowhouse in Philadelphia's Fairmount neighborhood.
Protests Erupt Over Rising Fuel Prices in Kazakhstan
The cost of fuel doubled overnight after the government lifted price caps on Jan. 1. Amid increasing protests, the president of Kazakhstan said the government would again cap the price for fuel.
Canada Pledges Billions to Fix Child Welfare System
The Canadian government agreed to pay $31.5 billion to repair the country's discriminatory child welfare system and compensate Indigenous families.
Parents Respond to School Openings Amid Rising Coronavirus Rates
The Los Angeles Unified School District announced that all students and employees would need to show a negative test to enter school on Jan. 11.
Prosecution Reacts to Guilty Verdict in Elizabeth Holmes Trial
Ms. Holmes, the founder of the blood testing start-up Theranos, was convicted of four of the 11 charges of fraud for lying to investors, patients and others.