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Sarah McCammon talks to Dr. Ada Stewart, president of the American Academy of Family Physicians, about why her group is backing vaccine mandates for health care workers.

An increasing number of cities, states, counties and hospitals are making COVID-19 vaccines mandatory. But not all health care workers are on board.

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North and South Korea reconnected hotlines across the demilitarized zone Tuesday, after a nearly 14-month long disconnect.

Both Py0ngyang and Seoul hailed the move as a step toward healing strained ties between the rival states, although neither side suggested the move could lead to another round of summitry, or progress in stalled nuclear negotiations between Pyongyang and Washington.

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