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The Food and Drug Administration is set to hold crucial meetings over the next two days to decide whether to issue booster shots of Johnson & Johnson and Moderna COVID vaccines.
"We're proposing to make the biggest investment in ports in our history," Biden said.
Star Trek legend William Shatner described the space launch as "the most profound experience."
The number of COVID-19 cases in the U.S. is beginning to fall significantly after months of strain on hospitals and the economy.
The Democrats are continuing to fight over a bill that is the "best chance to save the planet" as millions in China are displaced by flooding.
"The signing of the Parent Healthcare Act will help more families care for their parents the way they cared for us," Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara said.
Both men were convicted of fraud and bribery conspiracy charges. In all, nearly 50 people have admitted to charges in the case.
"Discrimination is a daily plague that we can all be victim or witness to, and that we must absolutely wipe out," a government official said in a statement.
"I have trouble remembering a convicted defendant that has shown such little remorse for what they've done," the judge said.
"California workers should absolutely be able to speak out when they are a victim of any type of harassment or discrimination in the workplace," a California senator said.
Doug Evans' exclusion of Black jurors in one murder case led to the Supreme Court overturning the conviction of Curtis Flowers in 2019.
South Africa's biggest tourism source outside of Africa is the U.K., with more than 400,000 visitors annually. That dropped to less than 10,000 during COVID.
"I know some goodness will come out of it over time," Lieutenant General Gary Brito said.
"Mainstream medicine will refer people out to a chiropractor not knowing that they could be exposed to misinformation," a vaccine advocate said.
"The measures we have taken will allow U.K. COVID-19 vaccine trial participants to travel freely overseas once they have had the additional vaccinations."
"These individuals are the victims of fraud, not the perpetrators, and it's time for their uncertainty and anxiety to end," a Kentucky representative said.
"Small organizations are often particularly effective because they're very connected to the communities they serve," said Laura Pierce of Washington Nonprofits.
The 5-year-old boy's foster parents said they have not received the COVID-19 vaccine because they have celiac disease.
"It would be a mistake to discount or overlook the extraordinary COVID-related demands on leaders, staff, and their Marines and Sailors....," one official said.
An epidemic in North Korea could be devastating because of its poor health care system and chronic lack of medical supplies, experts say.
All returning citizens and residents, regardless of vaccination status, are required to isolate in a hotel run by the military for 14 days before going home.
The U.S. State Department said it will "elevate the role of human rights in our relations with Saudi Arabia."
"This helps to erase the historical and social amnesia that has afflicted this country for so many years," the church's pastor said.
Campaigners are celebrating after a federal judge voted to suspend controversial Texas abortion ban laws.
The EU Energy Commissioner suggested that businesses "can be given relief through state aid or by facilitating longer-term power purchase agreements."
"We just can't wait to the last minute to resolve this," Citi Bank CEO Jane Fraser said.
"I am in Texas performing my duties as the duly elected Governor of Idaho, and I have not authorized the Lt. Governor to act on my behalf," Brad Little said.
Police confirmed 4 people were injured in the shooting, and three were transported to local hospitals.