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 decades-old ban on abortion after 20 weeks is unconstitutional and poses a threat of prosecution to abortion providers, a federal appeals court unanimously affirmed.
The ruling comes after the Supreme Court said it will review a Mississippi case and consider whether “all pre-viability prohibitions on elective abortions” are constitutional.
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.
The quest by spy agencies and public health officials relied on public reports and intelligence from foreign governments. Now President Biden has reinvigorated the search, ordering a fresh intelligence review.
“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.
Amazon said it will commit $125 million to developers who have entered into joint development agreements with Metro. Out of the total, $25 million will be set aside for minority-led development companies.
The FBI wants tech companies to allow police backdoor access to their customers’ communications with a warrant when necessary. Critics say that access could be exploited by cybercriminals and would make everyone less safe online.
The Minnesota senator hosted a hearing on the privacy and competition issues in the smart-home market. The Post’s tech columnist reached out to her about why she wanted to turn a spotlight on the smart home.
The IRS has launched an online tool to help low-income families register for monthly child tax credit payments. But it doesn't work on mobile devices, which advocacy groups say makes it less accessible to the most vulnerable people.