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The Food and Drug Administration will take up its advisory committee’s recommendation to authorize boosters for the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, with a decision expected within days
A Federal Reserve president said he worries that the longer inflation is high, the more likely it is that businesses and workers will alter their habits permanently.
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Around 11,000 suspected fighters remain imprisoned in makeshift prisons run by Syrian Kurdish forces in northeast Syria.  Many countries don’t want to take back their nationals who are linked to the Islamic State.
Magic Johnson after the 1992 NBA All-Star Game. (Jon Soohoo/NBA Entertainment/Getty Images)
RetropolisThe Past, Rediscovered
The Brooklyn Nets point guard not wanting to get a coronavirus vaccination is not at all similar to what the Lakers great did after announcing he had contracted HIV in 1991, say players, coaches and commentators.
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Custodian Cristina Peña, left, with her daughter, Johana Peña, in 2019 at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Oakland, Calif.  (Lucresia Medina)
“It’s crazy how life works sometimes,” tweeted Johana Peña with a photo of her and her mother. "Thank you, mama, I am so proud to be your daughter!”
"Inexperienced flirter" enjoys chatting with a friendly neighbor and isn't sure what comes next.
He continues to set up dates and even tried to show up unannounced at her job.
Reader wants to give the money to mother of nephew who never attended college.
(Jonas Bendiksen/Magnum Photos)
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Photographer Jonas Bendiksen takes a look at the town of Veles, North Macedonia, and its role in manufacturing fake news in a new book that raises important questions — with a twist.
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