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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said Russia is leaving a treacherous landscape in its wake as the invading forces retreat from around Kyiv, boobytrapping streets and civilian homes.
Florida man sentenced to 18 months in prison for Pelosi, AOC death threats
Paul Vernon Hoeffer, 60, had threatened to behead the Democratic lawmakers in menacing phone calls to their offices.
Ukrainian forces retake areas near Kyiv amid fear of traps
KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukrainian troops moved cautiously to retake territory north of the country’s capital on Saturday, using cables to pull the bodies of civilians off streets of one town out of fear that Russian forces may have left them booby-trapped.
Live updates | Zelenskyy won't discuss fuel depot attack
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy declined to comment on whether he ordered an attack on a Russian fuel depot. In an interview with FOX News, Zelenskyy said he does not discuss any orders he issues as commander in chief.
Palin joins 50 others in running for Alaska US House seat
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Sarah Palin on Friday shook up an already unpredictable race for Alaska's lone U.S. House seat, joining a field of 50 other candidates seeking to fill the seat held for decades by the late-U.S.
Trump's presidential diarist tells Jan. 6 committee White House officials provided less detail about his activities days before riot
Just days before the US Capitol riot, White House officials started providing fewer details about then-President Donald Trump's calls and visits, the person in charge of compiling those activities for the official record told the House select committee investigating January 6, 2021, according to...
Zelenskyy to Fox News: Ukraine 'will not accept any outcome' besides 'victory'
Special Report’s Bret Baier interviewed Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Friday evening touching on a wide variety of topics including what a victory looks like for Ukraine and what Putin is hoping to achieve.
Russia aims Ukraine disinformation at Spanish speakers
Washington (AP) — Though Russia is the country that invaded its neighbor Ukraine , the Kremlin’s version relentlessly warns social media users across Latin America that the U.S.
Trump ally Devin Nunes loses Washington Post defamation appeal
A U.S. appeals court on Friday rejected former congressman Devin Nunes' effort to revive a $250 million lawsuit accusing the Washington Post of defamation for implying that he lied to former President Donald Trump, a close ally.
New vehicles must average 40 mpg by 2026, up from 28 mpg
DETROIT (AP) — New vehicles sold in the U.S. will have to average at least 40 miles per gallon of gasoline in 2026, up from about 28 mpg, under new federal rules unveiled Friday that undo a rollback of standards enacted under President Donald Trump.
The heavy losses of an elite Russian regiment in Ukraine
The 331st Guards Parachute Regiment based in Kostroma, Russia, has lost many soldiers in Ukraine.
As Russian forces move east, Ukraine digs in against losing Donbas
As the chances fade that Russia will decapitate Ukraine’s government and seize the capital, concerns are growing that Moscow could seek to force Kyiv to give up part of its territory to end t…
Russia-Ukraine war live updates: Evacuations in Mariupol fail as peace talks resume
Some progress had been made with Ukraine, but "peace talks inevitably have to continue," Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said.
Alex Jones fined $25,000 in Sandy Hook massacre defamation case
Alex Jones fined $25,000 in Sandy Hook massacre defamation case.
Zelenskyy slams weapons delays, suggests some allies are 'playing games'
The Ukrainian president said he has faith in the West, adding that he believes that both Ukraine and the U.S. share the same values.
Russian troops possibly received "significant doses" of radiation at Chernobyl nuclear plant, operator says
"The thick dust raised by passing vehicles, and the radiation particles in it, may very well have entered the bodies of Russian occupiers through the lungs," the plant director said.
Jackson cites Scalia and Barrett as she navigates GOP senators' written questions
Over the span of 330 pages, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson responded to hundreds of written questions from Senate Judiciary Committee Republicans
Ukraine claims control over Kyiv region as Russia looks east
Ukraine said on Saturday its forces had seized back all areas around Kyiv, claiming complete control of the capital region for the first time since Russia launched the invasion.
Ukraine and Russia: What you need to know right now
Ramzan Kadyrov, head of Russia's republic of Chechnya whose forces have been fighting in Ukraine, said Russian troops will have complete control of the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol on Thursday. Ukraine's defence ministry was not immediately available for comment.
House Republicans invite Hunter Biden to testify on cobalt mining, his 'expertise' on EV batteries
House Republicans have called on Hunter Biden to testify before Congress later this week given his familiarity and "expertise" in cobalt mining operations.
American Trump-Russia writer facing libel suit in U.K. turns to U.S. court for help
Scott Stedman is asking a judge in Brooklyn for help gathering evidence to fight defamation case filed by British-Israeli security adviser Walter Soriano
Cawthorn blames ‘the left and the media’ after intra-GOP furor over sex-and-drugs comments
Cawthorn has faced widespread public criticism from congressional Republicans and within the North Carolina GOP following his comments on a podcast.
US to assist allies moving Soviet tanks to Ukraine: report
The U.S. will help allies move Soviet-made tanks to Ukraine in an effort to assist the country in protecting its Donbas region amid the Russian invasion, The New York Times reported Friday. A U.S. …
Vice President Kamala Harris says regime change not U.S. policy
Vice President Kamala Harris says regime change not US policy
Ukraine latest updates: Zelenskyy says Russia laying land mines
Russia-Ukraine news from April 2: Ukraine’s president says retreating Russian forces creating ‘catastrophic’ situation.
Opinion | What Both Sides Get Wrong About Title 42
Proponents and opponents of the pandemic policy that’s kept the border closed misunderstand the potential consequences of its repeal.
Intel official who signed Hunter Biden letter picked for Afghanistan commission
The newest Democratic selection for the Afghanistan War Commission is an MSNBC pundit who was among dozens of former intelligence officials who signed a letter in October 2020 claiming without evidence that the Hunter Biden laptop story was part of a Russian operation.
Confusion about Biden's Russia-Ukraine comments lingers
WARSAW, Poland — On the edge of the Polish capital of Warsaw’s Old Town, five American airborne troops stood musing about President Joe Biden’s recent visit.
U.S. commits $300 million in military hardware, weapons to Ukraine
The U.S. promises top-flight munitions, including laser-guided rockets, amid Ukraine's continued war against Russia.
At California gas station, Republicans woo voters angry over fuel prices - but it's complicated
A half-dozen mostly young Republican activists stood gamely outside of a Chevron station at a busy Southern California intersection, jumping up and down and holding a big sign reading, "Gas too high? Register Republican."
Hungarian leader with close ties to Putin toes the line on the war ahead of election
“Now, hundreds of thousands of Hungarians are frightened that if Orbán loses and the opposition wins, that we will send their kids to die in Ukraine,” an opposition candidate said.
Russian missiles strike several Ukrainian cities, local officials say
Russian missiles hit two cities in central Ukraine early on Saturday, damaging infrastructure and residential buildings, the head of the Poltava region said.
DeSantis says he thinks Disney shouldn’t have special self-governing status
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) appeared to support eliminating Disney’s special status that allows it to operate as an independent government in the area around its Orlando park. “D…
Republicans frustrated with GOP Rep. Madison Cawthorn over unsubstantiated sex, drug claims
Republicans on Capitol Hill appeared frustrated with the weeklong controversy sparked by Rep. Madison Cawthorn.
Hong Kong's Carrie Lam says leadership election to go ahead as planned
Hong Kong's leadership election will go ahead on May 8 as planned, city Chief Executive Carrie Lam said on Saturday, rejecting media speculation it might be delayed for a second time due to a major COVID-19 outbreak.
Who is Madison Cawthorn, the freshman congressman causing headline chaos for the GOP? | CNN Politics
Rep. Madison Cawthorn -- the freshman Republican representing North Carolina's 11th Congressional District in the US House of Representatives -- has in recent weeks become the center of chaos within the GOP.
Jesse Watters interview with Mel Gibson ends abruptly after Will Smith slap question
An interview with Mel Gibson abruptly ended after Fox News host Jesse Watters asked the Hollywood star to respond to the scandal surrounding Will Smith slapping comedian Chris Rock at the Academy Awards.
Psaki grilled over conducting job negotiations with MSNBC while serving as press secretary
White House press secretary Jen Psaki was grilled by reporters after she refused to confirm a report which claims she will leave her current role for a new gig at MSNBC, bringing into question the ethics of the situation.
Cawthorn responds to GOP backlash over ‘orgy’ comments by blaming Democrats for his remarks
The North Carolina Republican claimed in a podcast that colleagues were using cocaine and inviting him to orgies.
Jan. 6 panel puts Garland in 'precarious' spot, ups pressure
WASHINGTON (AP) — Lawmakers investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol are increasingly going public with critical statements, court filings and more to deliver a blunt message to Attorney General Merrick Garland and the Department of Justice.
Will Biden’s SPR release lower gas prices?
President Biden’s move to release about 180 million barrels of oil from the U.S.’s strategic reserve is expected to result in a modest drop in gasoline prices. Patrick De Haan, head of petroleum …
Greene sues to stop challenge to her reelection eligibility
ATLANTA (AP) — U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene filed a lawsuit Friday challenging a state law that a group of voters is using to challenge her eligibility to run for reelection.
First missing, murdered indigenous alert system created in U.S.
Washington state has become the first in the United States to pass a law that creates an alert system for missing indigenous people.
US House passes bill to decriminalize marijuana, allows states to set policies
The U.S. House passed the MORE Act to decriminalize marijuana and allow states to set their own policies on pot, but many Republicans opposed it.
Amazon workers in NYC vote to unionize in historic labor win
NEW YORK (AP) — Amazon workers in Staten Island, New York, voted to unionize on Friday, marking the first successful U.S. organizing effort in the retail giant’s history and handing an unexpected win to a nascent group that fueled the union drive.
Germany looks to buy Israeli or U.S. missile defence system
Berlin is considering buying a missile defence system from Israel or the United States to defend against threats including Russian Iskander missiles in Kaliningrad, German weekly Welt am Sonntag reported on Saturday.
Tucker Carlson reports spying allegations in Congress
Fox News host Tucker Carlson reported that two members of Congress are being "spied on" by the U.S. intelligence apparatus.
Russia-Ukraine updates: US sanctions Russian military shipbuilder, diamond miner
Updates on the Russia-Ukraine crisis.
More voters favor 15-week abortion ban than oppose it, poll finds
More Americans than not favor a 15-week abortion ban that some state lawmakers in America are pushing for, a new survey has found.
Former GOP lawmaker pardoned by Trump hit with campaign finance fines
The Federal Election Commission fined Duncan Hunter over misuse of campaign funds. Trump pardoned him after he was sentenced to prison for campaign finance violations.
AP PHOTOS on Day 37: Remnants of fighting left behind
On the outskirts of Kyiv, Ukrainian soldiers approach a trench used by Russian soldiers as they retake the area. One soldier embraces his wife after conducting a sweep for remnants of Russian troops after their withdrawal.
Just three GOP lawmakers back marijuana legalization vote; two Dems vote ‘no’
Only three House Republicans joined with all but two Democrats on Friday in support of legislation to legalize marijuana nationwide. The three Republicans were Reps. Matt Gaetz (Fla.), Brian Mast (…
Sri Lanka imposes curfew after president declares state of emergency
President Rajapaksa on Friday invoked stringent laws to tackle growing unrest in an unprecedented economic crisis.
Alex Jones ordered to start paying fines for failing to show up at Sandy Hook suit deposition
Jones' lawyers said late Friday that he paid the day's fine of $25,000.
EXPLAINER: What's next for Europe's natural gas during war?
Russian President Vladimir Putin is demanding payment in rubles for natural gas — or else. Germany is talking about gas rationing in case of a cutoff. Prices for the fuel used to heat homes, generate electricity and power industry are through the roof.
Georgia Senate passes bill that would limit discussions about race in classrooms
The Georgia Senate has approved a measure that would prohibit local school boards and administrators from discriminating "on the basis of race" by promoting or encouraging "divisive concepts" in classrooms.
How Ukraine's neighboring countries are welcoming refugees
Since the start of the Russian invasion on Feb. 24, more than 4.1 million people have fled Ukraine and over half of Ukrainian children are displaced.
Fire and rain: West to get more one-two extreme climate hits
The one-two punch of nasty wildfires followed by heavy downpours, triggering flooding and mudslides, will strike the U.S.
How two dozen retired generals are trying to stop an overhaul of the Marines
Current plans call for shedding troops and equipment in preparation to take on China.
'Go, Mississippi': State could ditch song with racist roots
Mississippi is on the verge of retiring a state song with racist roots, two years after it surrendered a Confederate-themed state flag
UK prevents use of private jet linked to Russian oligarchs
British transport minister Grant Shapps said on Saturday he has prevented the use of another private jet that has links to Russian oligarchs.
Treasury Department says the Russian ruble is weaker than it looks
The Treasury Department is dismissing the Russian ruble’s comeback against the dollar this week on international exchanges, arguing sanctions are weakening the Russian currency despite gains this w…
Indian scholars, activists criticize school hijab ban ruling
NEW DELHI (AP) — A recent court ruling upholding a ban on Muslim students wearing head coverings in schools has sparked criticism from constitutional scholars and rights activists who say that judicial overreach threatens religious freedoms in officially secular India.
Fact check: Biden's 'new world order' reference tied to Ukraine, not conspiracy theory
Biden mentioned a "new world order" in the context of Russia's attack on Ukraine. Historians say it is often used during periods of change.
Psaki won't confirm she's leaving White House for MSNBC
WASHINGTON (AP) — White House press secretary Jen Psaki on Friday would not confirm reports that she will soon take a TV job at MSNBC, saying she is focused on her job speaking for President Joe Biden.
Judge upholds Ghislaine Maxwell’s sex trafficking conviction
NEW YORK (AP) — A U.S. judge refused to throw out Ghislaine Maxwell’s sex trafficking conviction Friday, despite a juror’s failure to disclose before the trial began that he’d been a victim of childhood sexual abuse.
Will Smith resigns from film academy over Chris Rock slap
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Will Smith resigned Friday from the motion picture academy following his Oscars night slap of Chris Rock and said he would accept any further punishment the organization imposed.
Palin joins Alaska House race for late Don Young's seat
Sarah Palin is back in politics.
Bill Maher roasts Hollywood elite's standing ovation for Will Smith after Oscars slap: You have no principles
The "Real Time" host blasted the Oscars crowd for its "broken morals" after the actor assaulted Chris Rock.
Booming job growth is a double-edged sword for Joe Biden | CNN Politics
President Joe Biden faces a paradox that no recent predecessor has: Booming job growth can signal problems, as well as benefits, for American workers.
Asian Americans call out Rep. Tim Ryan for airing ad that's 'rife with Sinophobia'
“Creating a villainous country and claiming that that’s the reason why Ohio has lost manufacturing jobs — not only is that bad policy, it’s racist,” one advocate said.
US investigators fly to China to aid in plane crash probe
U.S. accident investigators have arrived in China to help authorities look for clues into what caused last month’s crash of a Boeing jetliner with 132 people aboard
Russia-Ukraine war in maps and charts: Live Tracker
The Russian offensive enters its 390th day, we track where battles are taking place and the human cost of war.
North Carolina Republicans look to sink GOP Rep. Madison Cawthorn
North Carolina Republicans believe Rep. Madison Cawthorn is beatable in a May 17 party primary, following his recent comments about orgies and cocaine, multiple sources in the state told Yahoo News.
Paul Gosar Says Speech To White Nationalists Was Due To 'Miscommunication': Report
The Arizona Republican now claims his controversial participation was just to say, ‘Welcome to the Miami area. Have a great conference," and the U.S. is in crisis.
Yemen warring parties agree two-month truce - UN
It is the first nationwide truce since 2016, in a war said to have killed nearly 400,000 people.
Ukraine's economy could contract 40% in 2022, ministry says
Ukraine's economy shrank 16% year-on-year in the first quarter of this year and could contract 40% in 2022 as a result of Russia's invasion, the economy ministry said in a statement on Saturday, citing preliminary estimates.
Opinion | What Mick Mulvaney Has in Common with Tim Russert and Chris Matthews
Giving the backlash against CBS News a little perspective.
Cawthorn to speak at North Carolina Trump rally
Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-N.C.) is slated to speak at former President Trump’s upcoming rally in North Carolina, giving the embattled congressman a key audience with Trump’s ultra-conservative base …
Russian forces have withdrawn from Antonov Airport, outside of Kyiv, satellite images confirm
Further evacuations from besieged Ukrainian cities are scheduled for Saturday, according to officials, as Ukraine's President says Russian troops are "slowly but noticeably" moving out of the north of the country. Follow here for live news updates.
Buttigieg unveils stricter fuel economy standards for US vehicles
New cars will need to meet stricter fuel economy standards, the Biden administration announced Friday, in a move to cut emissions and make vehicles more efficient.
Twitter Users Think Sen. Tom Cotton's Vision Of A Dystopian America Sounds Wonderful
People walked all over the Arkansas Republican's strange take on commuting to work.
Gotabaya Rajapaksa: Economic crisis protesters defy curfew in Sri Lanka
Demonstrators face off with police in Colombo while tear gas is fired at students in another town.
Ukraine continue to advance against Russian forces near Kyiv, UK says
Ukrainian forces continue to advance against withdrawing Russian forces in the vicinity of Kyiv, British military intelligence said on Saturday.
'Slap in the face': Biden’s push to 'fund the police' in new budget frustrates organizers
Community organizers focused on eliminating police violence say they are disappointed by President Joe Biden’s proposed budget announced this week, which would
China rejects sanctions as Ukraine war tops summit agenda
BRUSSELS (AP) — China on Friday renewed its criticism of Western sanctions against Russia, as top European Union officials sought assurances from Beijing that it would not help Moscow circumvent the economic measures imposed in response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Amazon CEO Andy Jassy’s compensation valued at $213 million in 2021
Amazon. com Inc. Chief Executive Andy Jassy received compensation valued at $212.7 million in 2021, his first year as head of the tech and e-commerce giant.
COVID-19 asylum limits at US-Mexico border to end May 23
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Friday that it is ending a policy that limited asylum at the U.S.-Mexico border to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Why Americans should care about the Hungarian election
Sunday’s parliamentary election in Hungary will serve as a referendum not only on authoritarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s self-described “illiberal democracy” but on the imperiled future of democracy in Eastern Europe.
Psaki's White House departure could boost Bedingfield, Jean-Pierre, Kirby - sources
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Press Secretary Jen Psaki is preparing to leave the White House in coming weeks, but the Biden administration has yet to pick her replacement, two sources briefed on the situation said. Karine Jean-Pierre, the White House's deputy press secretary, and John Kirby, the...
Acting DHS intelligence chief steps down as Biden appointee still awaits confirmation | CNN Politics
The temporary head of the Department of Homeland Security's intelligence division, John Cohen, is stepping down this month as President Joe Biden's appointee awaits confirmation, according to an internal memo sent to the workforce and obtained by CNN.
Live updates: Russia invades Ukraine
Further evacuations from besieged Ukrainian cities are scheduled for Saturday, according to officials, as Ukraine's President says Russian troops are "slowly but noticeably" moving out of the north of the country. Follow here for live news updates.
Australia, India sign trade deal in virtual ceremony
Australian prime minister says deal represents ‘one of the biggest economic doors there is to open in the world today’.
Bruce Willis' family 'grateful' for outpouring of love after aphasia announcement
Bruce Willis is "stepping away" from his career after being diagnosed with aphasia.
3 Army soldiers, 9 others accused in gun trafficking ring
WASHINGTON (AP) — Twelve people, including three U.S. Army soldiers, are accused in a large-scale gun trafficking ring that prosecutors allege supplied nearly 100 guns to gang members in Chicago and led to at least two killings, the Justice Department said Friday.
Officials say inspection of Orlando ride that killed teen was 'up to par'
The Orlando amusement park ride from which a 14-year-old boy fell to his death last week was "up to par" when it opened late last year, officials said Friday.
Gun industry points to rapid growth
The gun industry has rapidly ballooned in the past 14 years, creating thousands of jobs and generating billions in revenue, according to a new industry analysis. The National Shooting Sports …
US will require valves on new pipelines to prevent disasters
Companies must now install emergency valves on pipelines to help prevent explosions.
Trump-endorsed Texas House candidate under investigation over opponent’s looted signs
Two Republican candidates in a runoff for a state House seat in Collin County, Texas, are feuding over missing and vandalized signs — leading to a Texas Rangers investigation, a prosecutor's recusal and the possibility of felony charges against a Dallas police officer.Driving the news: Paul...
Prince Andrew repays cash amid financial dispute
The Duke of York returns £750,000 claimed to have been "misappropriated" from its Turkish owner.
Sacred land returned to Native tribe in Virginia
Sacred land in Virginia will be returned to the Rappahannock Tribe. Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland will be in attendance at the celebration.
U.S. senators call for planting on conserved land in response to Ukraine crisis
(Reuters) -Two senators are joining farm groups and other lawmakers in calling on the U.S. Department of Agriculture to allow farmers to plant conserved acres this spring in response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Aid groups have warned that global hunger will rise this year as a result of...
Ex-congressman set for sentence same day replacement picked
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska voters will elect a new member of Congress on the same day a judge in California is scheduled to sentence the Republican who resigned from the position to a possible federal prison sentence.
Imprisoned Griner gets support from USA Basketball teammates
A’ja Wilson wishes that she and her USA Basketball teammates could do more to help Brittney Griner right now
Bill Maher: The 'left-wing media' buried the Hunter Biden scandal because 'it wasn't part of their narrative'
The "Real Time" host blasted the media for ignoring the explosive New York Post report during the 2020 presidential election.
Jared Kushner ‘voluntarily’ gives Capitol attack panel information in testimony
Kushner becomes first member of Donald Trump’s family to speak to investigators Jared Kushner at the White House in August 2020. Photograph: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images Jared Kushner testified on Thursday before the House select committee investigating the 6 January attack on the...
China says not deliberately circumventing sanctions on Russia
China is not deliberately circumventing sanctions on Russia, a senior Chinese diplomat said on Saturday, a day after the European Union warned Beijing against allowing Moscow to work around measures imposed after the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Putin is making the same mistakes that doomed Hitler when he invaded the Soviet Union | CNN
If Russian President Vladimir Putin had paid more attention to his own country's military history, he may not have attacked Ukraine in the way he did.
FAA says Delta flight landed safely after cracked windshield was reported
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said on Friday that a Delta Air Lines flight landed safely after a cracked windshield was reported. The flight, which was traveling from Salt Lake City to …
US sanctions North Korea firms over recent missile tests
WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. imposed sanctions on five North Korean entities Friday in response to two ballistic missile tests the reclusive Asian country conducted in February and March .
Hope Solo arrested on DWI, child abuse charges
Police say former U.S. women’s national team goalkeeper Hope Solo was arrested after she was found passed out behind the wheel of a vehicle in North Carolina with her 2-year-old twins inside
As Covid restrictions ease, another virus rises back to pre-pandemic levels
As Covid restrictions are lifted, people are gathering more, which could be behind an uptick in stomach bugs.
Number of COVID patients in US hospitals reaches record low
NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — COVID-19 hospitalization numbers have plunged to their lowest levels since the early days of the pandemic, offering a much needed break to health care workers and patients alike following the omicron surge.
Why COVID-19 reinfections are surging in England
Experts said reinfections in England are rising due to the spread of the BA.2 variant, waning immunity and the relaxing of COVID-19 mitigation measures.
Thousands of workers return home as Malaysia fully reopens
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Thousands of Malaysians working in Singapore returned home Friday as Malaysia fully reopened its borders after more than two years of pandemic closure. Many had lined up at the border since late Thursday and crossed over at midnight on foot or by car and motorcycles.
COVID weighing less and less on the U.S. job market
The coronavirus pandemic's grip on the U.S. job market notably loosened in March, two years after a state of emergency was declared, as the number of people homebound by COVID-19 concerns hit a new low and fewer people reported having to work remotely.
Pregnant people have higher risk of breakthrough COVID-19, data shows
The CDC has urged pregnant people to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Heart issues more common after Covid infection than vaccination, CDC reports
A new analysis of the rates of myocarditis in young males may be reassuring to those reluctant to get their teenage boys vaccinated.
Hong Kong faces brain drain as talent flees ‘zero COVID’ controls
International financial centre has seen a net outflow of almost 157,000 residents since the beginning of 2022.
WHO is examining potential hearing problems linked to Covid vaccines
A small number of cases of tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, have been reported by people who received Covid vaccines internationally and in the U.S.
Covid hospitalizations: See the latest trend and current count
The weight of the pandemic can be measured in the count of hospital beds filled with Covid-positive patients.