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18/09/2021
But the researchers stressed that all three vaccines, including the Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson shots, provide strong protection against people getting so sick that they end up in the hospital. [Read more]
18/09/2021
Advisers to the Food and Drug Administration voted against approval of a booster of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for people 16 years and older. They later supported it for older people. [Read more]
18/09/2021
France said it was "unacceptable behavior" for Australia to abruptly drop a $40 billion submarine purchasing agreement with France in favor of a new deal with the U.S. and UK. [Read more]
18/09/2021
The hostess reportedly had to be taken to the hospital after the New York City incident and the three women, who are from Texas, were arrested. [Read more]
18/09/2021
The Minnesota Supreme Court ruled Thursday that voters in Minneapolis may decide on abolishing the police department in the upcoming municipal elections. [Read more]
18/09/2021
A school district in Sarasota County, Florida, has tightened its mask policy after a chiropractor signed hundreds of medical exemption forms that allowed students to opt out of wearing masks in schools, officials said. [Read more]
18/09/2021
Boston is poised to make history in November with two women of color competing for a mayor's seat that has been occupied by White men for the last 200 years. [Read more]
18/09/2021
Alex Murdaugh, the 53-year-old scion of a South Carolina legal dynasty, has seen his life fall apart in three months, with his own attorney saying in court Thursday, "He has fallen from grace." [Read more]
18/09/2021
Supporters of a plan to open supervised injection sites to try to reduce overdose deaths urged the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday to review a court decision that bans the practice [Read more]
18/09/2021
In January, Alaska had the highest per capita vaccination rate in the nation. Now, hospitals are overwhelmed with COVID-19 patients. [Read more]
18/09/2021
A former University of Miami football player has pleaded not guilty to charges of killing a teammate outside a South Florida apartment complex in 2006 [Read more]
18/09/2021
Isabella Kalua, 6, was last seen in her bedroom on the night of Sept. 12. [Read more]
18/09/2021
"All I want is for her to come home safe and sound, and this to be just a big misunderstanding,' said Cassie Laundrie, the sister of Brian Laundrie. [Read more]
18/09/2021
10 civilians, including 7 children, were killed in the strike. [Read more]
18/09/2021
On Wednesday, President Joe Biden announced a security partnership with Australia and the United Kingdom. [Read more]
18/09/2021
The FDA's advisory committee voted in favor Covid-19 vaccine booster shots for older adults and those at high risk. [Read more]
18/09/2021
Fencing has been erected at the US Capitol to prevent chaos similar to the 6 January pro-Trump riot. [Read more]
18/09/2021
The decision is a blow to President Biden who had hoped to give extra shots to millions of Americans. [Read more]
18/09/2021
People share with the BBC the moment they knew they had lost their loved one to QAnon. [Read more]
18/09/2021
The mostly Haitian migrants are sleeping under the Del Rio bridge in squalid conditions. [Read more]
18/09/2021
U.S. President Joe Biden convened six heads of state and three leaders of multilateral organizations on Friday to make his plea: that stronger climate action is not just urgent — it is good for the global economy.   The leaders met six weeks ahead of the United Nations Climate Change Conference, an event that aims to chart future glo [Read more]
18/09/2021
As many as 10,000 migrants, many from Haiti, are in a makeshift camp under a bridge that connects the U.S. and Mexico near Del Rio, Texas. The number is growing, according to officials on the ground.   The top Border Patrol union official in the Del Rio Sector, Jon Anfinsen, told The Washington Post, "We're scrambling to bring every re [Read more]
18/09/2021
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Friday he would urge Arab countries to normalize ties with Israel.   Blinken spoke at a virtual gathering with officials from Israel, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Morocco. The meeting was held on the first anniversary of U.S.-brokered diplomatic agreements reached last year known as [Read more]
18/09/2021
Seeking to reinvigorate America's historic role as a destination for refugees, the Biden administration this week announced a sponsorship initiative to boost and facilitate private sector involvement in supporting recently arrived refugees. The effort is initially focused on helping newcomers from Afghanistan but is expected to serve as [Read more]
18/09/2021
The move came after the panel overwhelmingly recommended against approving a Pfizer vaccine booster for younger people. Here's the latest on the virus. [Read more]
18/09/2021
On a recent visit, few civilians were about and signs of heavy fighting were scarce. What remained were opposing narratives and claims of massacres, ethnic cleansing and false charges. [Read more]
18/09/2021
Taliban leaders have turned the Kabul building that housed Afghanistan's Ministry of Women's Affairs into the offices for the religious police, an ominous portent for women's rights. [Read more]
18/09/2021
The findings of the inquiry mirrored a New York Times investigation of video evidence, along with interviews with more than a dozen of the driver's co-workers and family members in Kabul. [Read more]
18/09/2021
French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said Friday evening that France is immediately recalling its ambassadors to the U.S. and Australia in a backlash over a canceled submarine deal. [Read more]
18/09/2021
Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb tells "Face The Nation" that the CDC wasn't prepared for a crisis like COVID and "should have raised their hand and said, 'We really don't have this.'" [Read more]
18/09/2021
Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb told "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan the infrastructure is in place to distribute boosters but warns vaccine mandates will harden skeptics [Read more]
18/09/2021
"CDC should have raised their hand and said, 'We really don't have this,'" the former FDA commissioner told CBS News' "Face The Nation." [Read more]
18/09/2021
The Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) vaccine committee has voted against a blanket authorization for booster doses of Pfizer's Covid-19 jab. However, the panel recommended boosters for vulnerable people and the over-65s. br [Read more]
18/09/2021
A panel of judges in North Carolina has struck down the state's voter ID law, saying that asking voters to identify themselves discriminates against black people. br [Read more]
18/09/2021
Alex Jones' InfoWars has filed a lawsuit against the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) over its recent ban on drones capturing footage of thousands of migrants accumulating in Del Rio, Texas. br [Read more]
18/09/2021
New York Governor Kathy Hochul has released some 191 detainees from New York City's troubled Rikers Island jail, which has been in a critically-understaffed crisis state for months, with some units lacking guards entirely. br [Read more]
18/09/2021
Gabby Petito's father was involved in a “public service' incident at fiancé Brian Laundrie's home on Sept. 10, nine days after he returned to Florida without her from a cross-country road trip and a day before she was reported missing by her mother, according to heavily redacted police reports. [Read more]
18/09/2021
Frustration on Capitol Hill with the State Department continues to mount, as Americans and Afghan allies remain stranded in Afghanistan more than two weeks after the U.S. completed its withdrawal from the country. [Read more]
18/09/2021
Peter Daszak, whose nonprofit funded coronavirus research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology for years, claimed in a new interview there is no evidence for the COVID-19 lab-leak theory, while admitting China's been opaque. [Read more]
18/09/2021
Then-President-elect Donald Trump is said to have asked outgoing-President Barack Obama in 2017 what he thought his biggest mistake was as they traveled from the White House to the Capitol building, according to a new book."Peril" by Bob Woodward and Robert Costa gives a political insight into the months before and after the 2020 election [Read more]