Vaccine deadline approaches for 3.5 million federal employees

The White House reported that 90% of federal workers and the military have received at least one shot of the vaccine and 5% have requested extensions or exemptions.

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Bridging the divide between LA cops and community through football.

Bridging the divide between LA cops and community through football.

Watts Rams is about giving underprivileged kids in Los Angeles a chance to be apart of something with coaches that participate in aspects of their lives on and off the field.

Emmett Till's family reacts to Justice Department closing his case.

Emmett Till's family reacts to Justice Department closing his case.

ABC News' Linsey Davis speaks with two of Emmett Till's cousins, Rev. Wheeler Parkers, Jr. and Ollie Gordon, about the Justice Department’s decision to close the investigation into Till's death.

The Rundown: Top headlines today: Dec. 6, 2021

The Rundown: Top headlines today: Dec. 6, 2021

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How the justice system criminalizes the poor through fines and fees.

How the justice system criminalizes the poor through fines and fees.

ABC News Linsey Davis speaks with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Tony Messenger, author of "Profit and Punishment: How America Criminalizes the Poor in the Name of Justice."

One World, one pandemic: How Europe is responding to COVID's latest wave.

One World, one pandemic: How Europe is responding to COVID's latest wave.

ABC News' James Longman reports on the latest efforts against the spread of COVID-19 in Europe, and resistance from some over vaccination efforts and lockdown measures.