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Watch: 'Vaccine, Vaccine': Dolly Sings 'Jolene' Rewrite for Shot

Watch: 'Vaccine, Vaccine': Dolly Sings 'Jolene' Rewrite for Shot

ENTERTAINMENT | By Kristin M. Hall | Mar 3
Dolly Parton has written hundreds of songs over her decades-long career and it turns out her tune "Jolene" is the just right one for getting her COVID-19 vaccine.

Sun, Sand and Shots: Caribbean Seeks Vaccines to Revive Economy

Sun, Sand and Shots: Caribbean Seeks Vaccines to Revive Economy

NEWS | By Dánica Coto | Mar 3
The Caribbean is hunting for visitors and vaccines to jump-start the stalled economy in one of the world's most tourism-dependent regions.

Attorneys Say Joe Exotic of 'Tiger King' Wants New Trial

Attorneys Say Joe Exotic of 'Tiger King' Wants New Trial

NEWS | Mar 3
Joe Exotic of "Tiger King" fame has found new attorneys who say they plan to file a motion for a new trial in a matter of months.

Gen Z Gets Inspired by Gen X in Amy Poehler's Film 'Moxie'

Gen Z Gets Inspired by Gen X in Amy Poehler's Film 'Moxie'

ENTERTAINMENT | By Lindsey Bahr | Mar 3
Amy Poehler was never a Riot Grrrl. She says she wasn't cool enough to be part of the scene popularized by bands like Bikini Kill. But the spirit of the '90s feminist movement always resonated with her.

Virus Variant Races Through Italy, Especially Among Children

Virus Variant Races Through Italy, Especially Among Children

NEWS | By Frances D'Emilio | Mar 3
The variant of the coronavirus discovered in Britain is prevalent among Italy's infected schoolchildren and is helping to fuel a "robust" uptick in the curve of COVID-19 contagion in the country, the health minister said Tuesday.

33 Years Later, Eddie Murphy, Arsenio Hall Return to Zamunda

33 Years Later, Eddie Murphy, Arsenio Hall Return to Zamunda

ENTERTAINMENT | By Jake Coyle | Mar 3
When Eddie Murphy made the original "Coming to America," he was, almost indisputably, the funniest man in America.

U.S. Postage Stamp Campaign Launches to Honor LGBTQ Trailblazers

U.S. Postage Stamp Campaign Launches to Honor LGBTQ Trailblazers

STYLE | By Kevin Schattenkirk | Mar 3
The National LGBTQ Task Force and the International Imperial Court System, two prominent LGBTQ organizations, have announced a campaign to call on the U.S. Postal Service to issue stamps honoring four influential LGBTQ trailblazers.

California Clinics: More Vaccines Going to Rich Than At-Risk

California Clinics: More Vaccines Going to Rich Than At-Risk

HEALTH/FITNESS | By Amy Taxin, Janie Har | Mar 3
Officials at California community health centers that are considered the backbone of the safety net for the poor in the U.S. say they are not receiving enough doses for their patients — the very at-risk residents the state needs to vaccinate.

Tactical Shift: Europe Seeks Vaccine 'Overdrive' to Catch Up

Tactical Shift: Europe Seeks Vaccine 'Overdrive' to Catch Up

HEALTH/FITNESS | By Frank Jordans | Mar 3
Slow off the blocks in the race to immunize its citizens against COVID-19, Germany faces an unfamiliar problem: a glut of vaccines and not enough arms to inject them into.

Fox News Welcomes Kayleigh McEnany; Some Staffers Not So Happy

Fox News Welcomes Kayleigh McEnany; Some Staffers Not So Happy

Fox News officially welcomed former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany as a paid contributor on Tuesday morning, but some at the network aren't too happy.


Technology

Keeping Clean Could Be Deadly: Briotech's Solution to Pandemic-Era Disinfection

Keeping Clean Could Be Deadly: Briotech's Solution to Pandemic-Era Disinfection

HEALTH | By Matthew Wexler | Mar 2
Briotech, a global leader in HOCl technology and manufacturing, has created a multi-use product line with game-changing technologies in health and disinfection.


Finance

4 Things To Watch As Congress Finalizes Next Stimulus Package

4 Things To Watch As Congress Finalizes Next Stimulus Package

By Kelly Anne Smith and Kemberley Washington | Mar 2
President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act is inching its way toward coming to life. However, what ends up in the final bill will likely differ from what was originally proposed.


Cars

Edmunds Compares New Escalade, Navigator and Mercedes GLS

Edmunds Compares New Escalade, Navigator and Mercedes GLS

AUTO NEWS | By Ryan ZumMallen, Edmunds | Mar 1
Among luxury SUVs, the Cadillac Escalade has long made no apologies about being big and brash. Now Cadillac has redesigned the Escalade for 2021 with a new look and an infusion of new technology features.


Style

From Undies to Outerwear: Be Seen in Green

From Undies to Outerwear: Be Seen in Green

FASHION | By Matthew Wexler | Mar 2
Whether you're alone or spending the day with your favorite leprechaun, here are 10 teasers to inspire you this St. Patrick's Day.


Health/Fitness

Finally Getting Around to That Annual Physical? You May Need a New Doctor

Finally Getting Around to That Annual Physical? You May Need a New Doctor

HEALTH | By Genaro C. Armas, American Heart Association News | Mar 2
Some patients looking to reschedule annual physicals, wellness visits or other routine medical appointments long delayed by COVID-19 first may need to make time to find a new doctor.


Travel

Toilets, Noodles and Bonsai! Japan's 5 Most Unique Museums

Toilets, Noodles and Bonsai! Japan's 5 Most Unique Museums

FINE ARTS | By Matthew Wexler | Mar 2
Japan's 5,700 museums prove there's plenty to see and celebrate, including noodles, toilets and other unusual finds among the country's 47 prefectures.


Nightlife

SF Queer Bar Virgil's is Permanently Closing

SF Queer Bar Virgil's is Permanently Closing

BARS | By Kevin Schattenkirk | Feb 26
Virgil's Sea Room, a queer bar that opened in 2013 in the Mission District of San Francisco, is permanently closing.