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What Fauci has said about the Trump administration now that it's over
Anthony S. Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, has begun speaking out about what it was like serving in the Trump administration.
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Rioters attacked police and vandalized property in at least 10 regions in the Netherlands in some of the worst violence in years. “This is criminal violence and we will treat as such,” said Prime Minister Mark Rutte.
Rioters pelt police with stones, burn a bus, as government attempts to increase compliance in areas where infections are among the highest
Ryu Hyun-woo has been living in South Korea since 2019, and is one of the highest-level regime officials to defect in recent years and a potential source of embarrassment for the country’s leader, Kim Jong Un.
Tens of millions of Americans either have no qualms exacting such pain on strangers — or no idea about the misery Donald Trump’s travel bans caused and the severity of the immigration system that was already in place before he took office.
The clash took place in Sikkim, hundreds of miles away from the ongoing standoff in Ladakh.
As shopping habits change, ports and cargo carriers are struggling to keep up. Shipping headaches are threatening higher prices for American consumers.
A California start-up says its peel-and-stick packets can extend food’s shelf life by 50 percent.
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New rules that went into effect Jan. 1 mean hospitals are now required to disclose the prices they secretly negotiate with insurers. But compliance is spotty.
After a firestorm of criticism, the newspaper says it sought to clear up “inaccurate information circulating on Twitter" about freelancer Lauren Wolfe.
Joseph Maldonado-Passage is serving time in federal prison. (Sue Ogrocki/AP)
They’d hired a hairdresser and a "super-stretch turbo diesel" limo for the occasion.
How can she get family members to see her as a person and not just a caregiver?
He steeled himself against being hurt by marrying someone he didn’t love 30 years ago.
Reader doesn’t want to offend, but applying at home could create a mess.