Austin in Ukraine: 'No third country has a veto over NATO’s membership decisions’
Acer Swift X (2021) review: A 3-pound laptop with some graphics muscle
The 14-inch Swift X's AMD and Nvidia chip combo packs a punch for its $1,000 price.
What’s in an appropriation? A bouquet for the flower industry
Senators think it’s time for President Joe Biden to wake up and smell the flowers — as long as they’re American-grown. Tucked away in a draft fiscal 2022 spending bill is a red rose for the U.S. cut flower industry: report language that calls for...
Biden on the road, COVID-19 booster shots, Netflix walkout: 5 things to know Wednesday
Biden heads to Pennsylvania to push his economic agenda, the FDA may approve mixing and matching booster shots and more news to start your Wednesday.
UK encourages booster jabs, resists new virus restrictions
LONDON (AP) — Under pressure from rising infections and alarmed health experts, the British government on Wednesday urged millions of people to get booster vaccine shots but resisted calls to reimpose coronavirus restrictions such as mandatory mask-wearing....
Queen Elizabeth cancels trip to Ireland on the advice of medical team
Queen Elizabeth II has reluctantly canceled a trip to Northern Ireland at the behest of medical experts who want her to rest for a few days.
American Action Network drops $4.5M in ads attacking Democrats on reconciliation bill
Senators Counter China Expansion In South and East China Seas With New Bill
Russia Covid: Moscow orders unvaccinated over-60s to stay home for 4 months
Queen Elizabeth II 'advised to rest' on medical grounds: palace
Democrats abandon free community college as White House warns social safety net bill will shrink below $2T
Mayor Announces All New York City Workers Must Get Vaccinated
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U.K. Government Holds Covid Press Conference Amid Surging Cases
Abcarian: If you can't save money, time and the planet with Uber and Lyft, then what is the point?
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Jane Goodall on fires, floods, frugality and the good fight: ‘People have to change from within’
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Senate Republicans expected to defeat voting rights reform bill
Brazilian lawmakers abruptly withdrew a plan to charge Bolsonaro with mass homicide and genocide over COVID-19 deaths