Democracy Dies in Darkness
Biotech firms are rushing to understand how well their vaccines can defend against omicron.
The variant has sparked alarm among epidemiologists worried that its mutations could make it more transmissible. Scientists across the globe are racing to learn more as new cases are confirmed.
Responding to increasingly common extreme weather is a vast undertaking that many state transportation departments are only beginning to tackle.
In a tweet, Dorsey said he was resigning. CTO Parag Agrawal will take over as CEO. Nasdaq earlier suspended Twitter stock trades amid the reports Dorsey would step down.
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Democrats are eager to tout the bills they have passed in President Biden’s first year, but a strategy tying together the disparate pieces of legislation is still lacking.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, signs a bill Nov. 18 to protect state residents from losing their jobs due to coronavirus vaccine and mask mandates. (Chris O'Meara/AP)
Vaccine opponents on the right are sticking it to elites like Anthony S. Fauci, the country’s top infectious-disease expert, and President Biden by thumbing their noses at vaccines and mask-wearing while they embrace a do-what-I-want ethos.
In her first three days testifying, the disgraced founder said she believed what she told investors and business partners about the company’s portable blood-testing device.
Prices are rising on many popular Christmas gifts due to production shortages and shipping problems.
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It’s common to install apps without thinking about what we have access to.
Israeli is heightening restrictions on cyber vendors amid international pressure.
Abloh wasn’t interested in blowing up the fashion system. He was simply looking to blow open the door.
His words and music made a profound impact, beginning in the 1950s with his lyrics for “West Side Story” and continuing with his scores for “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” and others.