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There is “no evidence” that a second course of Pfizer Inc.’s Paxlovid will help COVID-19 patients whose symptoms return after an initial course of the antiviral, a U.S. Food and … more
U.S. regulators are concerned about the safety of cannabis compounds taken by animals leaching into human foods like milk and eggs. The Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday issued a batch … more
U.S. companies added in April the fewest jobs in the pandemic recovery, underscoring the persistent challenges faced by small firms to increase headcount in a tight labor market.  … more
WASHINGTON — Cameras were already set up in front of the Supreme Court building Tuesday morning, waiting for more protests, after Politico reported on a leaked draft decision in a Mississippi … more
After being pushed to the brink of extinction, California condors have returned to a slice of Northern California habitat for the first time in 130 years. On Tuesday, four of the big birds flew the … more
SANTA ANA, Calif. — An Orange County father is suing his son’s high school, claiming the teen was in effect expelled for wearing a mesh face mask. Aidan Palicke, a 17-year-old junor … more
People should continue wearing masks on public transportation even though it’s no longer required by law, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Tuesday. The federal … more
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden stressed the importance of U.S. and allied weapons for Ukraine’s defense Tuesday with a visit to a Lockheed Martin Corp. plant making Javelin anti-tank … more
LVIV, Ukraine — In the video's opening frame, the first glimpse of them, it could almost be any bride and groom. Any wedding dance, if a wartime one. The setting is a hospital ward. The … more
A pair of new omicron subvariants has emerged, raising the possibility that survivors of earlier omicron strains can get reinfected. BA.4 and BA.5 have gained increasing attention in South … more
KYIV, Ukraine — Russian forces renewed bombings in the brutalized city of Mariupol on Tuesday and pressed their assault on Ukraine’s eastern heartland, according to Ukrainian officials … more
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden said a draft Supreme Court opinion that leaked Monday night and appeared to reveal that a majority of five conservative justices intend to strike down Roe vs. … more
DNIPRO, Ukraine — Ending days of relative calm in the Ukrainian capital, Russia on Thursday bombarded Kyiv — even as the head of the United Nations visited and met with President … more
The U.S. economy shrank for the first time since 2020, reflecting an import surge tied to solid consumer demand.  While the surprise contraction adds to political headaches for President … more
Moderna Inc. applied for emergency use authorization for its COVID-19 vaccine in children from six months to under 6 years old after a successful trial showed two doses generate high levels of … more
WASHINGTON — The Food and Drug Administration on Thursday proposed a long-awaited ban on menthol cigarettes and flavored cigars, targeting products used by more than a third of smokers. … more
TAMPA, Fla. — Gawain Baxter was 6 years old when he signed a contract agreeing to work for the Church of Scientology for 1 billion years. He said he spent his childhood doing manual labor … more
KHARKIV, Ukraine — Moscow on Wednesday turned off the natural-gas spigot to the front-line Eastern European states of Poland and Bulgaria, signaling its willingness to take sharp economic aim … more
Almost two years after he was sentenced to nine years in a Russian prison, former Marine Trevor Reed was released Wednesday in a prisoner swap. “Our family has been living a nightmare. … more
WASHINGTON — The long-term care insurance industry is foundering, and attempts to address the issue have flummoxed lawmakers and regulators. Long-term care insurance covers assisted living … more
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