Moderna Says Its Vaccine's Protection Doesn't Wane After 6 Months
Medal-munching mayor sparks outrage in Japan as Covid fears eat away at Olympic success
"I forgot my position as Nagoya mayor and acted in an extremely inappropriate way,' Takashi Kawamura said in a televised apology.
Former Death Row Inmates Sue Ohio for Denying Them Parole
A lawsuit claims the Ohio Parole Board has an unofficial policy of denying parole to long-time inmates who had been previously sentenced to death.
TikTok takes on Snapchat with new Stories feature
TikTok Stories is being tested with a sample of users prior to a potential full-scale roll out. The feature has been officially confirmed by the app, owned by Beijing firm Bytedance.
U.S. plans to require COVID-19 shots for foreign travelers
No timeline has yet been determined, as interagency working groups study how and when to safely move toward resuming normal travel.
India to deploy 'neutral force' after deadly internal border clash
Editorial: Ohio, Ohio, Ohio: Lessons from the onetime swing state for Democrats and Republicans
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HIV charities ask DaBaby for private meeting
Former Louisville police officer pleads guilty to hitting a kneeling protester in the back of the head at a Breonna Taylor rally
'Watch your crossfire': Videos show wild Chicago police shooting
From Civilians to Astronauts: How the Inspiration4 Crew Trained to Go to Space
Senators Go Beyond Biden Plan to End Private-Equity Tax Break
Israel vaccinated fast and looked like it had beaten COVID-19. It just brought back a swathe of restrictions amid a Delta surge.
Israeli defense minister threatens Iran with military action
Iraq war authorizations move closer to repeal after committee vote
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Jeffries: Shontel Brown win in Ohio proves anti-establishment line of attack is 'lame'