President Biden said he pressed Russian President Vladimir Putin over alleged hacking, human rights abuses and other issues.
The meetings were too short to allow for much more than an accounting of both sides' complaints, but both sides declared the event a success.
As the U.S. death rate from covid-19 plummets, businesses’ continuing use of practices that do little to prevent the spread of the coronavirus — but may make some anxious consumers feel safer — frustrates folks who argue that their vaccinated status should free them from annoying restrictions.
The unanimous ruling by a federal appeals court comes after the Supreme Court said it will review a Mississippi case rand consider whether “all pre-viability prohibitions on elective abortions” are constitutional.
Pfizer had evidence the mRNA vaccine could stop the novel coronavirus. But it would do little good unless the company could quickly take new nanoparticle technology from lab to mass production, a feat never before accomplished.
“The Capitol Police officer that did that shooting appeared to be hiding, lying in wait and then gave no warning before killing her,” Gosar (R-Ariz.) said before voting against awarding Congressional Gold Medals to police officers who responded on Jan. 6 Capitol attack.
A viral Redfin listing shows the damage inside Suzy Myers's Colorado Springs home, including walls spray-painted with vulgarities, rooms destroyed by a hammer, carpet reeking of human and animal feces and dead cats locked in a bathroom.
Education Secretary Miguel Cardona said that 18,000 former students defrauded by the defunct for-profit chain will have their federal loans fully canceled, but critics say it's too little five years after the school closed.