The eight-month-old from Baldwinsville, New York state got the jab at Upstate Medical University where he is part of a clinical trial.
The head of the judiciary is considered to be most likely to become Iran's next president in elections next month.
It was the latest case of dognapping of the breed which is a target for thieves due to their high value.
The Californian congressman has called for Gaetz, facing sex trafficking allegations, to be stripped of his membership of the House Judiciary Committee.
The jackpot keeps going up and on Friday, a staggering $430 million was up for grabs, but did anyone win it?
The evangelical pastor and son of Billy Graham is encouraging people to get the vaccine in a TV interview that will air on Sunday.
Jimmy Inn, a 30-year-old Stockton, California, police officer, died after being shot as he attended a domestic disturbance.
Russia said the U.S. convoy had taken a route "without prior notice" as friction over deconfliction efforts grows between Washington, D.C., and Moscow.
Michael Fanone tells CNN it was "disgraceful" some lawmakers downplayed the events of January 6 at the U.S. Capitol.
The fast food giant said it would raise wages for staff, but the increase only impacts those who work at outlets owned by the company.
"Every one of these pilots needs to go buy a lottery ticket right now," said Arapahoe County Sheriff's Deputy John Bartmann.
A University of Quebec at Rimouski (UQAR) team is examining a letter that may have been written by a 12-year-old girl on board the doomed HMS Titanic.
The United Nations has warned that the outbreak of violence between Palestinian militants and the Israeli military could lead to a "full-scale war."
A $1,500 reward is on offer to find the culprit after the creature was found bound up with duct tape in Seminole County.
A star of movies and rock music videos, Kitaen also appeared in a number of reality TV shows.
Police in Washington state have been unable to solve the disappearance of the four-year-old in 2003.
Qadiri is accused of fraudulently obtaining $5 million through the Payment Protection Program.
Unemployment benefits during the COVID pandemic face scrutiny after job numbers for April grew by only 266,000.
The Georgia representative joined Rep. Matt Gaetz at a rally in Florida where they distanced themselves from the Republican Party.
Reporters challenged "Liberal Party" candidate Derek Jackson and his supporters about whether they were mocking the Holocaust.
Newsmax host tweeted a picture in khaki pants next to Trump and the internet responded.
Independent media outlets and an opposition politician said links to Navalny's Smart Voting plan had been blocked.
The University of Quebec at Rimouski (UQAR) is examining the authenticity of a letter by a 13-year-old French girl who died in the 1912 sinking.
A drama played out in Jersey over fishing rights in the British crown dependency.
The U.S. Secretary of State said that he was monitoring the situation between the two nations "very, very closely."
Russia's embassy in Washington tweeted that the U.S. presence in Syria was "primarily illegal."
The Russian jet escorted the U.S. reconnaissance aircraft over the Chukchi Sea, which borders Alaska.
The Hollywood star met Nicolás Maduro, whose country is subject to Western sanctions over a disputed election.
Colombia government secretary Luis Ernesto Gómez said that 16 police stations had been "vandalized" as rights groups warn about rising a death toll.