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What the Delta variant could mean for Covid-19 in the United States

What the Delta variant could mean for Covid-19 in the United States

A coronavirus variant first spotted in India is poised to become the dominant one in the United States, where infectious disease modelers say it could… Read More ›

Airlines, Unions Demand Crackdown On Unruly Passengers

Airlines, Unions Demand Crackdown On Unruly Passengers

WASHINGTON (AP) — Airlines, flight attendants and pilots are calling for the U.S. Justice Department to prosecute unruly and violent passengers. In a letter to… Read More ›

Carl Nassib of Las Vegas Raiders is first active NFL player to announce he is gay

Carl Nassib of Las Vegas Raiders is first active NFL player to announce he is gay

Carl Nassib, a defensive lineman with the Las Vegas Raiders, became the first active NFL player in league history to announce that he is gay.… Read More ›

Diplomats: Progress Made In Vienna At Iran Nuclear Talks

Diplomats: Progress Made In Vienna At Iran Nuclear Talks

VIENNA (AP) — Top diplomats said Sunday that further progress had been made at talks between Iran and global powers to try to restore a… Read More ›

China has administered more than 1 billion Covid-19 vaccine doses

China has administered more than 1 billion Covid-19 vaccine doses

China has administered more than 1 billion Covid-19 vaccine doses, an astonishing milestone that comes as the country rolls out an unrivaled inoculation drive. A… Read More ›

Federal Holiday Pressures Companies To Give Juneteenth Off

Federal Holiday Pressures Companies To Give Juneteenth Off

NEW YORK (AP) — The declaration of Juneteenth as a federal holiday is putting the pressure on more U.S. companies to give their employees the… Read More ›

This cargo ship’s captain died aboard. The crew was stuck at sea for weeks, with a potential Covid outbreak on its hands

This cargo ship’s captain died aboard. The crew was stuck at sea for weeks, with a potential Covid outbreak on its hands

Captain Angelo Capurro started showing symptoms of Covid-19 on his second day at sea. Within five days, the 61-year-old skipper was confined to his cabin,… Read More ›

Another Victory At The Supreme Court For Religious Groups

Another Victory At The Supreme Court For Religious Groups

WASHINGTON (AP) — In another victory for religious groups at the Supreme Court, the justices on Thursday unanimously sided with a Catholic foster care agency… Read More ›

Biden finds his comfort zone on the world stage in first international trip as president

Biden finds his comfort zone on the world stage in first international trip as president

Geneva – Even Queen Elizabeth II wanted to know: What would President Joe Biden say to Vladimir Putin? “We had a long talk,” Biden said… Read More ›

Morgan Stanley CEO to NYC workers: Be back in the office by September or else

Morgan Stanley CEO to NYC workers: Be back in the office by September or else

New York (CNN Business)The CEO of one of Wall Street’s top investment banks has a message for employees in its New York offices. You need… Read More ›

Analysis: Biden’s meeting with Putin carries historic echoes

Analysis: Biden’s meeting with Putin carries historic echoes

Joe Biden’s showdown with Russia’s Vladimir Putin on Wednesday is one of the most critical summits of recent times, and not just because relations between… Read More ›

Analysis: Biden pushes China threat at G7 and NATO, but European leaders tread carefully

Analysis: Biden pushes China threat at G7 and NATO, but European leaders tread carefully

US presidents don’t normally go to Europe and keep talking about China. But Joe Biden thinks he’s convinced his new European friends of the need… Read More ›

As COVID-19 Cases Wane, Vaccine-Lagging Areas Still See Risk

As COVID-19 Cases Wane, Vaccine-Lagging Areas Still See Risk

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — New COVID-19 cases are declining across most of the country, even in some states with vaccine-hesitant populations. But almost all states… Read More ›

Israel’s new prime minister is sworn in, ending Netanyahu’s 12-year grip on power

Israel’s new prime minister is sworn in, ending Netanyahu’s 12-year grip on power

Jerusalem – Naftali Bennett was sworn in as Israel’s new prime minister on Sunday, after winning a confidence vote with the narrowest of margins, just… Read More ›

Biden causes sighs of relief among world leaders even as G7 divisions linger

Biden causes sighs of relief among world leaders even as G7 divisions linger

Falmouth, England – When President Donald Trump used his elbows at international summits, it was to throw them — on trade, on Russia and, once,… Read More ›

‘Jill from Philly’ meets the Queen

‘Jill from Philly’ meets the Queen

Almost five months into her new job, Jill Biden is still revealing what kind of first lady she wants to be, but one thing is… Read More ›

Man Stuck For Days Inside Giant Fan At California Vineyard Rescued Alive

Man Stuck For Days Inside Giant Fan At California Vineyard Rescued Alive

SANTA ROSA, Calif. (AP) — Authorities rescued a man who said he had been trapped for two days inside a large fan at a Northern… Read More ›

Biden warns he’ll tell Putin ‘what I want him to know’ as he defines goals of foreign tour

Biden warns he’ll tell Putin ‘what I want him to know’ as he defines goals of foreign tour

ALMOUTH, England – President Joe Biden told a hangar of US troops on Wednesday he was in Europe to defend the very concept of democracy,… Read More ›

Global Sting Began By Creating Message Service For Crooks

Global Sting Began By Creating Message Service For Crooks

SAN DIEGO (AP) — When the FBI dismantled an encrypted messaging service based in Canada in 2018, agents noticed users moving to other networks. Instead… Read More ›

Senate passes massive bipartisan bill to combat China’s growing economic influence

Senate passes massive bipartisan bill to combat China’s growing economic influence

The Senate passed rare bipartisan legislation on Tuesday aimed at countering China’s growing influence by investing more than $200 billion in American technology, science and… Read More ›