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Amazon adjusts its ‘Time Off Task’ metric and drug testing policy (Engadget)

How to opt out of (or into) Amazon’s Sidewalk network (The Verge)

Amazon Prime Day 2021 Will Take Place June 21-22 (ET)

Major rulings including Obamacare loom for U.S. Supreme Court (Reuters)

US Supreme Court backs Indigenous police powers on tribal lands (Al Jazeera)

Justices reject Johnson & Johnson appeal of $2B talc verdict (AP)

As Tulsa commemorates 100th anniversary of race massacre, officials work to identify remains in mass grave (ABC News)

House Democrats seek ways to investigate January 6 after Senate Republicans block commission (CBS News)

Coronavirus news

Moderna seeks full FDA approval for its COVID-19 vaccine (CBS)

Why The WHO Is Renaming COVID Variants (NPR)

Despite vaccines, nursing homes still struggle with Covid outbreaks, deaths (NBC)

Thousands of emails from and to Fauci during the pandemic’s early days were published. Here’s what they show about him (CNN)

Chamber of Commerce: Worker shortage crisis deepening (The Hill)

The World Health Organization authorizes the Sinovac vaccine for emergency use (NY Times)

Other trending headlines

California teen pushes bear off wall to protect family dogs (UPI)

Elon Musk tweets again, sending shares of ‘Baby Shark’ investor soaring (CNBC)

Taylor Swift, Niecy Nash and more celebs talk LGBTQ Pride Month (USA Today)

Coachella Announces 2022 Dates (Variety)

How the JBS Foods hack could affect the price of meat (Fox Business)

North Korea introduced ‘first secretary’ position under Kim Jong Un, report says (UPI)



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