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Read more about FDA's agenda in limbo as Biden's nominee stalls in Senate
Read more about FDA's agenda in limbo as Biden's nominee stalls in Senate

FDA's agenda in limbo as Biden's nominee stalls in Senate

Feb 10, 2022
Read more about FDA's agenda in limbo as Biden's nominee stalls in Senate
Read more about FDA's agenda in limbo as Biden's nominee stalls in Senate
President Joe Biden's pick to lead the Food and Drug Administration has stalled in the narrowly divided Senate, an unexpected setback that could delay decisions on electronic cigarettes and a raft of other high-profile health issues pending at the agency.
Read more about Jury's duty in Depp-Heard trial doesn't track public debate
Read more about Jury's duty in Depp-Heard trial doesn't track public debate

Jury's duty in Depp-Heard trial doesn't track public debate

May 29, 2022
Read more about Jury's duty in Depp-Heard trial doesn't track public debate
Read more about Jury's duty in Depp-Heard trial doesn't track public debate
A seven-person civil jury in Virginia will resume deliberations Tuesday in Johnny Depp's libel trial against Amber Heard. What the jury considers will be very different from the public debate that has engulfed the high-profile proceedings.
Read more about Jury selection starts in lone trial over Breonna Taylor raid
Read more about Jury selection starts in lone trial over Breonna Taylor raid

Jury selection starts in lone trial over Breonna Taylor raid

Jan 30, 2022
Read more about Jury selection starts in lone trial over Breonna Taylor raid
Read more about Jury selection starts in lone trial over Breonna Taylor raid
The only criminal trial to arise from the botched police raid that left Breonna Taylor dead began on Friday.
Read more about Jury selection starts in lone trial over Breonna Taylor raid
Read more about Jury selection starts in lone trial over Breonna Taylor raid

Jury selection starts in lone trial over Breonna Taylor raid

Jan 30, 2022
Read more about Jury selection starts in lone trial over Breonna Taylor raid
Read more about Jury selection starts in lone trial over Breonna Taylor raid
The only criminal trial to arise from the botched police raid that left Breonna Taylor dead began on Friday.
Read more about Egypt opens 2 ancient pyramids for first time since 1960s
Read more about Egypt opens 2 ancient pyramids for first time since 1960s

Egypt opens 2 ancient pyramids for first time since 1960s

Jul 18, 2019
Read more about Egypt opens 2 ancient pyramids for first time since 1960s
Read more about Egypt opens 2 ancient pyramids for first time since 1960s
Egypt on Saturday opened two of its oldest pyramids, located about 25 miles south of the capital Cairo, to visitors for the first time since 1965. Antiquities Minister Khaled el-Anany told reporters that tourists were are now allowed to visit the Bent Pyramid and its satellite pyramid in the Dahshur royal necropolis, which is part of the Memphis Necropolis, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Read more about Oscars set inclusion standards for best picture category
Read more about Oscars set inclusion standards for best picture category

Oscars set inclusion standards for best picture category

Sep 09, 2020
Read more about Oscars set inclusion standards for best picture category
Read more about Oscars set inclusion standards for best picture category
In an historic move, the Oscars are raising the inclusion bar for best picture nominees starting with the 96th Academy Awards in 2024. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on Tuesday laid out sweeping eligibility reforms to the best picture category intended to encourage diversity and equitable representation on screen and off, addressing gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity and disability.
Read more about More US cities requiring proof of vaccination to go places
Read more about More US cities requiring proof of vaccination to go places

More US cities requiring proof of vaccination to go places

Aug 16, 2021
Read more about More US cities requiring proof of vaccination to go places
Read more about More US cities requiring proof of vaccination to go places
Hold on to that vaccination card. A rapidly growing number of places across the U.S. are requiring people to show proof they have been inoculated against COVID-19 to teach school, work at a hospital, see a concert or eat inside a restaurant. Following New York City's lead, New Orleans and San Francisco will impose such rules at many businesses starting next week, while Los Angeles is looking into the idea.
Read more about Pho: The Next Mainstream Dish?
Read more about Pho: The Next Mainstream Dish?

Pho: The Next Mainstream Dish?

Feb 05, 2020
Read more about Pho: The Next Mainstream Dish?
Read more about Pho: The Next Mainstream Dish?
Pho has been an essential part of my life while growing up. It is one of my favorite dishes and I've noticed that it has increasingly gained popularity. What was once so foreign, is now becoming a favorite for people outside of the Asian culture. In this article, I'll explore the historical origin(s) and the future of this savory dish.
Read more about ‘Holy moly!’: Inside Texas' fight against a ransomware hack
Read more about ‘Holy moly!’: Inside Texas' fight against a ransomware hack

‘Holy moly!’: Inside Texas' fight against a ransomware hack

Jul 26, 2021
Read more about ‘Holy moly!’: Inside Texas' fight against a ransomware hack
Read more about ‘Holy moly!’: Inside Texas' fight against a ransomware hack
Workers were frozen out of files. Printers spewed out demands for money. Residents couldn't pay water bills, the government couldn't process payroll, police officers couldn't retrieve certain records. Across Texas, similar scenes played out in nearly two dozen communities hit by a cyberattack officials ultimately tied to a Russia-based criminal syndicate.
Read more about Taliban vow to respect women, despite history of oppression
Read more about Taliban vow to respect women, despite history of oppression

Taliban vow to respect women, despite history of oppression

Aug 19, 2021
Read more about Taliban vow to respect women, despite history of oppression
Read more about Taliban vow to respect women, despite history of oppression
The Taliban vowed Tuesday to respect women's rights, forgive those who fought them and ensure Afghanistan does not become a haven for terrorists as part of a publicity blitz aimed at reassuring world powers and a fearful population. Following a lightning offensive across Afghanistan that saw many cities fall to the insurgents without a fight, the Taliban have sought to portray themselves as more moderate than when they imposed a strict form of Islamic rule in the late 1990s. But many Afghans remain skeptical — and thousands have raced to the airport, desperate to flee the country.