WASHINGTON – Following Thursday's prime-time introduction to the Jan. 6 committee investigating the Capitol attack's findings, the second of eight hearings will dig into the details of former President Donald Trump's efforts to overturn the 2020 election.
Jan. 6 panel hears: Trump 'detached from reality' in defeat
WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump’s closest campaign advisers, top government officials and even his family were dismantling his false claims of 2020 election fraud ahead of Jan.
House Jan. 6 committee zeroes in on Trump's false election claims in public hearing
In video recorded from William Barr's testimony, the former attorney general said that he knew early claims that Trump had won the election were "bogus" and "silly."
The battle of Donbas could prove decisive in Ukraine war
Day after day, Russia is pounding the Donbas region of Ukraine with relentless artillery and air raids, making slow but steady progress to seize the industrial heartland of its neighbor. With the conflict now in its fourth month, it's a high-stakes campaign that could dictate the course of the...
Vulnerable Dems run against Washington — and their party
NEW YORK (AP) — Just like endangered Democrats in other states, Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto is running against Washington. The Nevada Democrat, nearing the end of her first six-year term, ignores the fact that her party controls both chambers of Congress and the White House as she explains the...
Jan. 6 committee highlights Barr calling Trump fraud claims ‘bulls***’
The Democratic-led congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol highlighted testimony by former Attorney General William Barr, in which he said fraud claims pushed by former President Donald Trump in 2020 were “bulls***” and contradicted claims by Trump and his allies that…
Analysis: Discord at Supreme Court mirrors diminishment of democratic norms
Sonia Soyomayor calls the new conservative majority 'restless' as term nears end
NRA encourages 'real solutions' to 'stop violence' after senators reach bipartisan gun framework agreement
The National Rifle Association released a statement Sunday regarding the bipartisan group of senators who announced they reached a tentative deal on a gun control framework.
2022 midterms: What to watch in S Carolina, Nevada and Maine
WASHINGTON (AP) — Primary voters on Tuesday will decide the fate of two South Carolina Republicans who are clinging to their seats in the U.S.
Trump’s ‘big lie’ takes center stage in second Jan. 6 hearing
Former Trump campaign director Bill Stepien and a Georgia-based U.S. attorney President Trump weighed firing are among those who will testify Monday as the House Jan. 6 committee works to show how …
Steve Bannon melted down on his podcast over the possibility of a Trump indictment, threatening to impeach 'everybody in the DOJ' if it happens
Bannon raged at the chance Donald Trump might be indicted over the Capitol riot, even threatening Attorney General Merrick Garland with impeachment.
Zelenskky calls Russian invaders 'absolute evil' on the 110th day of war; Mass grave excavated near Bucha
Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has said that fighting is severe in Severodonetsk, the epicenter of the conflict in eastern Ukraine.
Trump backers unbowed in push to overtake state election offices
Nevada Republican Jim Marchant is one of the leading candidates for secretary of state there this week.
Zelensky: 287 children killed in Russian invasions
Ukrainian President Voldymyr Zelensky on Monday said 287 children have been killed since Russia invaded his country in late February. Speaking in a video address at the American Jewish Committee Gl…
Senate Dems' best chances to expand majority may run through 2 unconventional lieutenant governors
John Fetterman and Mandela Barnes are both testing if battleground states will elect liberals to the Senate. That's not where the similarities between the two "tall and bald" men stop.
Border Patrol cannot see path forward under Biden: 'There is no morale'
EXCLUSIVE from AUSTIN, Texas — U.S. Border Patrol agents stationed along the southern border have nothing left in the tank.
Wikipedia fights Russian order to remove Ukraine war information
The Wikimedia Foundation, which owns Wikipedia, has filed an appeal against a Moscow court decision demanding that it remove information related to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, arguing that people have a right to know the facts of the war.
Ukraine latest updates: ‘All Severodonetsk bridges destroyed’
Ukraine news from June 13: Destruction of bridges makes it impossible to evacuate civilians from city, governor says.
Russian artillery bombards Sievierodonetsk
Russian forces swarmed into the eastern Ukrainian city of Sievierodonetsk and pounded a zone where hundreds of civilians were sheltering, a Ukrainian official said on Monday - a scene that mirrored Moscow's brutal assault on Mariupol last month.
If Putin goes nuclear, Biden has a stark menu of options
Russian military doctrine allows battlefield use of nuclear weapons, and the Biden administration has discussed possible responses.
India, China growing markets for shunned Russian oil
NEW DELHI (AP) — India and other Asian nations are becoming an increasingly vital source of oil revenues for Moscow despite strong pressure from the U.S. not to increase their purchases, as the European Union and other allies cut off energy imports from Russia in line with sanctions over its...
What next? Ukraine's allies divided over Russia endgame
Is it better to engage with Russian President Vladimir Putin over his invasion of Ukraine or to isolate him? Should Kyiv make concessions to end the war, or would that embolden the Kremlin? Are ramped up sanctions on Russia worth the collateral damage?
‘Ultra-Maga’: the Trump-backed Ohio Republican candidate who attacked the Capitol
JR Majewski is a QAnon proponent and advocates for Republican states to secede from the United States
Can the Jan. 6 hearings break Biden's polling free fall?
The Jan. 6 select committee aired its first public hearing Thursday night, but the spectacle might not be enough to distract voters from the multiple crises hampering the Biden administration.
Who are the Proud Boys? Extremist group at the center of first Jan. 6 committee hearings
The Jan. 6 committee hearings shed light on a group called the Proud Boys. What to know about the group Trump once told to "stand back and stand by."
Jan. 6 Capitol riot committee members are tightlipped on what to expect in this week's hearings
The second public hearing on the Jan. 6 probe is slated to begin at 10 a.m. ET on Monday.
GOP governor says Trump is ‘politically, morally responsible’ for Jan. 6
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson (R) on Sunday said former President Trump is “politically, morally responsible” for the Jan. 6 riot last year and called for Republicans to do some “s…
Officer hailed as hero testifies at Capitol riot trial
WASHINGTON (AP) — A police officer lauded for his bravery during the U.S. Capitol riot testified Monday that a man carrying a Confederate battle flag jabbed at him with the flagpole before joining the mob that chased him up a staircase.
What to watch for at Monday's January 6 committee hearing
Former President Donald Trump's campaign manager Bill Stepien testifies Monday before the House January 6 committee's second hearing this month, which will be focused on Trump's lies about the 2020 election.
GOP says Tuesday Nevada primaries begin the march toward November sweep
Republicans believe their luck in Nevada is poised to turn, viewing Tuesday’s primaries as the first step toward a fall sweep in their campaigns for Senate and the state’s four House seats.
US gun control: Cautious welcome to bipartisan deal on new safety measures
Shootings survivors say the planned reforms - although limited - are a step in the right direction.
Biden's White House hosted several 'defund the police' activists over the past year, visitor logs show
A number of prominent 'defund the police' activists have had access to top Biden aides over the past year, visitor logs show.
Oil drops on fears of inflation, China’s COVID flare up
With US inflation accelerating to a 40-year high and China imposing new curbs, investors questioned economic recovery.
Search continues for missing men in Brazilian Amazon
ATALAIA DO NORTE, Brazil (AP) — The search for an Indigenous expert and a journalist who disappeared in a remote area of Brazil's Amazon continued Monday following the discovery of a backpack, laptop and other personal belongings submerged in a river.
Planned Parenthood builds staff network to help U.S. women navigate abortion hurdles
Planned Parenthood and other abortion rights groups are expanding a network of staff to guide patients through what is expected to become an increasingly complex and expensive process to obtain abortions across much of the United States.
Why Biden’s bet on a rapid economic rebound may have backfired
President Biden’s bet on a rapid rebound from the coronavirus recession may have backfired. The president and his top economic officials rallied Democrats around a $1.9 trillion stimulu…
Ukraine grain exports via Poland and Romania face bottlenecks, says deputy foreign minister
Ukraine established two routes through Poland and Romania to export grain, although bottlenecks slowed the supply chain, Kyiv's deputy foreign minister said.
Gun reform deal forged by U.S. senators, with key Republican backing
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -In a potential breakthrough toward the first significant new U.S. gun law in decades, a bipartisan group of senators on Sunday announced an agreement on a framework for a firearms safety bill with enough Republican support to advance in the narrowly divided Senate. The...
How to watch Monday's January 6 committee hearing
The House select committee investigating the January 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol will hold its second public hearing of the month on Monday.
Iraq's 'pearl of the south' Lake Sawa dry amid water crisis
LAKE SAWA, Iraq (AP) — Hussam al-Aqouli remembers the exact spot along southern Iraq’s Lake Sawa where his two daughters once dipped their feet into clear waters. Now he stands there two years on and the barren earth cracks beneath him.
Jan. 6 hearings: Watch Monday's congressional hearing live
The January 6th committee will detail the findings from its yearlong bipartisan investigation of the attack on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021 with its second public, televised hearing starting Monday at 10am ET.
Analysis: Senate compromise on guns is a real breakthrough -- yet a tenuous and modest step
Ten Republican senators appear ready to answer pleas from anguished relatives of recent mass shootings to "do something" by defying their own party's dogma on gun reforms.
Germany slips behind China as top importer of Russian energy
BERLIN (AP) — China has overtaken Germany as the biggest buyer of Russian energy exports since the start of the war in Ukraine , an independent research group said Monday.
Steve Bannon Digs Into Roger Clemens’ Playbook to Try to Beat Congress
Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/GettySteve Bannon is trying to lose the battle but win the war.Faced with a criminal prosecution for the rare charge of contempt of Congress, Bannon is trying to drag members of Congress and key staffers behind the Jan. 6 Committee into...
Democrats could be on pace for a historic rout in November
Three recent developments indicate that Democrats’ already shaky political prospects are deteriorating further.
Arizona ‘Pipeline Fire’ forces evacuations, suspect arrested
A wildfire just north of Flagstaff, Arizona broke out Sunday morning, prompting multiple evacuations and at least one arrest, authorities said.
Jim Bognet eyes victory in sequel cage match with Matt Cartwright
Jim Bognet decided to try again.
Texas shooting records could be blocked by legal loophole
Some Texas lawmakers and advocates are concerned that law enforcement authorities will use a legal loophole to block the release of further information related to the mass shooting at an elementary school
Live updates: Jan 6 hearings June 13
The House select committee investigating the deadly Jan. 6 insurrection at the US Capitol is holding its second hearing on Monday. Watch and follow live news updates here.
Rapper Roddy Ricch arrested on gun charges in New York
NEW YORK (AP) — Roddy Ricch is facing gun charges after being arrested on his way to perform at a concert Saturday night. According to police, the 23-year-old rapper was arriving at Citi Field on Saturday evening when a private security firm operating a checkpoint noticed a firearm in the...
Critics worry Florida's new elections chief will make the office more partisan
Cord Byrd, who was tapped by Gov. Ron DeSantis, has refused to say Joe Biden won the 2020 presidential election and will be in charge of Florida's new election crimes unit.
One year old, Israel’s government struggles to hang on
The Israeli ruling coalition has struggled to pass what would usually be a routine pro-settler bill.
The Hill’s Morning Report — Deal on gun violence reached, but will it pass?
It’s a crucial week on Capitol Hill. Negotiators in both parties moved a step closer to completing a years-long quest to pass gun violence legislation by striking a framework deal on Sunday, and th…
Bulgarian foreign, energy ministers quit, deepening coalition crisis
Bulgaria's foreign and energy ministers resigned on Monday after their party, the populist ITN, quit the governing coalition last week, compounding the Balkan country's political crisis.
Germany eyes new cartel law as fuel tax cut falls short
BERLIN (AP) — Germany's vice chancellor is proposing new powers for the country's antitrust agency to clamp down on oil companies amid disappointment over the limited effect of a cut in fuel taxes.
K-12 workers most likely to say they’re burned out: Gallup
Over one in four U.S. K-12 workers report being burned out, giving the industry the highest burnout rates in the workforce, according to a new Gallup poll published on Monday. Teachers were among t…
Jan. 6 hearings: What to expect as the focus turns to Trump election lies
Monday marks the second day of public hearings for the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
Exclusive: Sanctioned Venezuelan mogul's apartment on the block in New York City
New York City plans next month to auction a midtown Manhattan apartment owned by a Venezuelan media mogul with ties to socialist President Nicolas Maduro's government, after U.S. sanctions forced him to miss condominium payments, court records show.
Working Families to drop Maloney endorsement and back Biaggi
The endorsement gives Biaggi access to arguably the state’s largest grassroots mobilization operation, which has repeatedly helped topple well-tenured incumbents.
Lawmakers from Iraq's biggest bloc resign amid impasse
Dozens of lawmakers who make up the biggest bloc in Iraq's parliament have resigned amid a prolonged political impasse
Amber Heard says she doesn't 'blame' the jury for siding with ex-husband Johnny Depp
In a preview of Amber Heard's interview with Savannah Guthrie, she calls out the social media frenzy in the trial, saying: "You cannot tell me that you think that this has been fair.”
UK moves to rewrite Brexit rules; EU threatens legal action
LONDON (AP) — Britain’s government on Monday proposed new legislation that would unilaterally rewrite post-Brexit trade rules for Northern Ireland, despite opposition from some U.K.
Malaysia firms turn down orders as migrant labour shortage hits
Manufacturers fear losing customers to other countries as growth picks up.
New Mexico lawmakers assess challenges to Spanish dual-language program
The question for lawmakers in the nation’s most heavily Hispanic state is why New Mexico’s dual language programs aren’t being used by the students who most need them.
The Politics of Abortion
Polls show that support for abortion rights is rising. Will that help Democrats this fall?
‘Worrying trend’: Global stockpile of nuclear weapons set to rise
Swedish arms watchdog says nuclear arsenals set to grow in coming years, reversing a decline seen since the Cold War.
Democrats: Biden must drop the word ‘rational’ when talking about Republicans
Democrats say President Biden needs to stop calling some Republicans “rational” as he did last month, and instead call out the GOP for holding up key policy issues including gun control.  …
North Korea plans crackdown as Kim pushes for internal unity
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and his top deputies have pushed for a crackdown on officials who abuse their power and commit other “unsound and non-revolutionary acts," state media reported Monday, as Kim seeks greater internal unity to overcome a COVID-19 outbreak...
How far right is the path to Conservative victory?
A lesson from Ontario Premier Doug Ford's landslide for the federal party.
White-nationalist group members charged with planning riot at Idaho pride event
Thirty-one members of Patriot Front face misdemeanor charges of conspiracy to riot and additional charges could come later.
Yosemite National Park asks for public help finding people behind graffiti vandalism
Yosemite National Park officials have asked the public to help them track down the individual or individuals behind graffiti recently painted in the park.
'Worrying trend': Post-Cold War drop in nukes could be over
STOCKHOLM (AP) — A Swedish arms watchdog says the world’s stockpiles of nuclear weapons are expected to increase in coming years, reversing a decline seen since the end of the Cold War. The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, or SIPRI, said Monday that all nine nuclear-armed...
Roger Stone, Mike Lindell, Eric Trump were final speakers at Rock the Red rally in Ocala
Rock the Red, an all-day conservative political rally in Ocala, Florida, wrapped up with its main speakers: Roger Stone, Mike Lindell and Eric Trump.
Illegal entries into EU from Western Balkans more than doubled in May - Frontex
The European Union in May registered a steep rise of illegal entries from the Western Balkans into the 27-nation bloc, the EU border agency Frontex said on Monday.
Seventh Haitian delegate in Florida for Special Olympics reported missing
Louis Jacques Wilguens, 25, was last seen getting off a bus at Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort Saturday near Orlando and was scheduled to return to Haiti the following day.
In Texas, Moms Demand Action got more than 20,000 new supporters after Uvalde
"My own historically Republican mother told me she looked up her senators and called them for the first time in her life," Liz Hanks, who leads the Texas chapter of Moms Demand Action, told NPR.
Queen Elizabeth II becomes second-longest serving monarch
In two years, she would overtake Louis XIV of France who reigned for more than 72 years.
UAE bans 'Lightyear' film screening over supposed content violation
The United Arab Emirates on Monday banned the public screening of the Walt Disney-Pixar animated feature film "Lightyear" in cinemas ahead of its release this week, a government body said.
Russia ‘earned’ $98bn in fuel exports in 100 days of Ukraine war
A new report says most exports went to European countries as Kyiv urges the West to sever all trade with Moscow.
Juan Williams: How the GOP stokes white fear of Black gun violence
The GOP, an 83 percent white party, has found the villain behind its own failure to seriously grapple with gun violence. The bad guys are Blacks and Latinos. Say what? Let’s l…
Officials go door-to-door for mandatory evacuations after fire expands in Southern California's Angeles National Forest
Mandatory evacuations are in place after a wildfire expanded steadily in Southern California's Angeles National Forest on Sunday.
Germany moves ahead with plan to legalize cannabis sales
BERLIN (AP) — The German government is setting in motion plans to legalize the sale of cannabis for recreational purposes, aiming to have legislation ready later this year. The Health Ministry said Monday that it will start holding expert hearings on various aspects of the issue Tuesday.
China meeting a step in effort to develop lines of communication - Pentagon chief
U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said on Monday that his meeting with China's defense minister was an important step in efforts to develop lines of communication between the two militaries.
When routine medical tests trigger a cascade of costly, unnecessary care
MRIs done early for uncomplicated low back pain and routine vitamin D tests "just to be thorough" are considered "low-value care" and can lead to further testing that can cost patients thousands.
Asian stocks slide over global economy concerns
It comes as official figures showed that US inflation hit a more than 40-year high last month.
NY lawmaker rips Mayor Adams as NYPD sees officer exodus: Stop 'partying' and focus on crime
New York City Mayor Eric Adams is under fire as the Big Apple grapples with an exodus from the NYPD amid a surge in violent crime
Renewable energy certificates risk undermining corporate climate targets: Study
More companies than ever are purchasing renewable energy credits to neutralize their carbon dioxide emissions and meet growing social pressure to “go green."
Brazil police: Items owned by missing men found in Amazon
Brazilian police say search teams have found a backpack, laptop and other personal items that belonged to Indigenous expert Bruno Pereira and freelance British journalist Dom Phillips, who went missing in a remote area of Brazil’s Amazon a week ago
Nevada Democrats’ bid to hold first primary underscores diversifying US
Nevada Democrats are pushing for the state to hold the first-in-the-nation primary in the next presidential cycle, a move that would not only shake up the primary process but also shine a spotlight…
What awaits Macron? Ruling majority, hung parliament, or cohabitation
French President Emmanuel Macron may find himself without a ruling majority during his second term and unable to push through his economic reform agenda with a free hand after a new left-wing alliance did well in the first round of voting.
‘The IMF is evil’: Rich countries take aim at nations adopting crypto
Central banks try to block attempts by poor countries to use digital currency to upend monetary norms.
Two Iranian aerospace staff ‘martyred’: State media
The cases are the latest in a string of mysterious deaths, many of which have been linked to Israel.
Hundreds are urged to evacuate due to wildfire in Flagstaff, Arizona, as thousands more are told to prepare to leave | CNN
A wildfire burning just six miles north of Flagstaff, Arizona, has prompted evacuations for hundreds of people, and thousands more have been told by authorities to prepare for future evacuation, authorities said Sunday night.
Ukraine latest updates: Moscow ‘destroys’ Western weapons depot
Ukraine news from June 12: Moscow claims Ukrainian jets downed in eastern region as fighting rages in Severodonetsk.
Biden's foreign policy prioritizes alliances. Beyond Ukraine, there's little to show for it
While allies have rallied around Ukraine, President Biden's broader foreign policy mission has delivered symbolism and summitry but little progress.
NYC suspect in unprovoked subway slashings was arrested and released from prison the day before: report
The suspect in a double stabbing on a New York subway this weekend was previously arrested for having a knife and brandishing it at police officers. He was arrested and served a single night in jail before carrying out his stabbing spree.
Record high increase in Social Security benefits expected in 2023: Report
Retirees could see a significant increase in Social Security benefits next year.
Crypto firm Celsius pauses transfers, withdrawals as markets tumble
Bitcoin extended earlier declines after Celsius’s announcement, falling more than 6% to as low as $24,888, an 18-month low.
Fiji says Asia's biggest security threat is climate change, not conflict
Fiji's defense minister said on Sunday that climate change posed the biggest security threat in the Asia-Pacific region, a shift in tone at a defense summit dominated by the war in Ukraine and disputes between China and the United States.
Body of boy, 6, found in river days after his mom died trying to save him on fishing trip
A kayaker came across “what is believed to be the body of 6-year-old Mas DeChhat," the Newburyport, Massachusetts, Fire Department said.
A judge dismisses an ex-Home Depot employee's case about not wearing BLM on uniforms
The Home Depot's uniform policy bans political or religious messages "unrelated to workplace matters" from employees' aprons, or elsewhere on their clothing.
Ozzy Osbourne, 73, to undergo 'major' surgery that will 'determine the rest of his life'
Sharon Osbourne said her rock star husband Ozzy needs a "major operation" which will "determine the rest of his life" during an appearance on her UK television show Talk TV.
Britain to defy EU with 'relatively trivial' N.Ireland law
Britain will set out plans on Monday to override some of the post-Brexit trade rules for Northern Ireland, scrapping checks and challenging the role played by Brussels in a fresh clash with the European Union.
Brazil's Bolsonaro says he didn't ask for Biden's help to win October election
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said on Monday he did not ask his U.S. counterpart Joe Biden for help to defeat his leftist rival Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva in this year's election.
Matthew McConaughey comments on bipartisan framework for gun control package: 'something' has happened
Uvalde, Texas-born actor Matthew McConaughey issued a statement supporting the bipartisan gun control and violence framework which was announced Sunday.
'We beg God for water': Chilean lake turns to desert, sounding climate change alarm
The Penuelas reservoir in central Chile was until twenty years ago the main source of water for the city of Valparaiso, holding enough water for 38,000 Olympic-size swimming pools. Water for only two pools now remains.
Indian Muslim groups urge followers to shun protests over anti-Islam comments
The message follows violence at earlier demonstrations against remarks by members of the governing Hindu-nationalist party seen as insulting the Prophet Muhammad.
Kavanaugh assassination attempt ignored by Sunday shows
The Sunday shows on ABC, CBS, NBC and CNN did not mention Wednesday’s report of the attempted assassination of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Crypto firm Celsius pauses transfers, withdrawals as markets tumble
Bitcoin extended earlier declines after Celsius’s announcement, falling more than 6% to as low as $24,888, an 18-month low.
South Korean truckers say strike is a fight for livelihood
Kang Myung-gil parked his truck last week and stopped hauling products from a unit of Samsung Electronics and other major South Korean companies to the port of Incheon, joining a strike that has hit industrial hubs and ports.
'A Start': Gun Deal Stirs Hope but Also Frustration in Places Scarred by Shootings
Americans in communities where lives have been forever changed by gun violence reacted to the bipartisan deal that was reached by Senate negotiators Sunday with a glint of hope but more than a tinge of frustration. Any agreement is better than no agreement, many indicated, yet so much more could...
EBay opens 31,000-foot vault for valuable trading cards
EBay has taken a major step toward simplifying the sale and shipping of trading cards.
‘Act of vendetta’: Muslim activist’s house bulldozed in India
Activist’s house demolished as police arrest her father for being alleged ‘mastermind’ of protests over Prophet remarks.
Left’s political violence tied to dangerous Democrat rhetoric
Political violence stems from dangerous Democrat rhetoric. Party leaders have been urging their supporters to channel 'their righteous anger' for years.
After China trip criticism, UN rights chief to not seek 2nd term
The 70-year-old’s four-year mandate will come to an end on August 31.
Hypocrisy of America’s political parties
Hypocrisy (noun); behavior that contradicts what one claims to believe or feel; synonyms include insincerity, piousness (Merriam-Webster). Research is replete with the behavior of today’s main line political parties meeting the definition of hypocrisy; one would be hard pressed to argue with...
Oil prices slide on Beijing Covid warning, inflation concerns
Oil prices slipped more than $2 on Monday as a flare-up in Covid-19 cases in Beijing quelled hopes for a rapid pick-up in China's fuel demand.
Many baby formula plants weren't inspected because of COVID
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. regulators have historically inspected baby formula plants at least once a year, but they did not inspect any of the three biggest manufacturers in 2020, according to federal records reviewed by The Associated Press.
Don’t be complacent, another Covid wave is coming. Here’s how we can manage it | Devi Sridhar
A spike in infections every three months seems to be the pattern, but the UK has the power to beat this if we act wisely, says Devi Sridhar of the University of Edinburgh
Beijing imposes new COVID curbs over nightclub virus cluster
Chinese capital starts new round of mass testing in its most populous downtown district after outbreak linked to bar.
Beijing Bar Linked To "Ferocious" Covid Outbreak, Thousands Isolated
Authorities in China's capital Beijing on Monday raced to contain a COVID-19 outbreak traced to a 24-hour bar known for cheap liquor and big crowds, with millions facing mandatory testing and thousands under targeted lockdowns.
COVID-19: Beijing tests millions and puts thousands in lockdown after 'ferocious' outbreak at 24-hour bar
The outbreak of nearly 200 cases has been linked to the city centre Heaven Supermarket Bar - which had just reopened as curbs in the Chinese capital Beijing eased last week.
Here's What to Do if You Test Positive for COVID
With cases rising and several Chicago-area counties nearing a high alert level from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, what should you do if you test positive for coronavirus or were exposed to someone who has?
How does long COVID affect children?
Here’s what we know about how long COVID manifests in children.
COVID spreading as fast as during previous surges, testing company says
We’re not seeing many lines around the block at testing sites around the country right now, but the co-founder of Curative says the positivity rate the company is seeing in patients is higher…
India’s Sonia Gandhi hospitalised with COVID issues
Italian-born Gandhi, widow of former PM Rajiv Gandhi, is the longest-serving president of the Congress party.
Vaccines likely to reduce risk of long COVID, experts say, but by how much?
As more details emerge about the long-term effects of COVID-19, experts say vaccination is likely to have protective benefits against long COVID, also known as post-acute sequelae SARS-CoV-2 infection. But an important question that has yet to be answered is exactly how much protection it offers.