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With Few New Clotting Cases, Johnson & Johnson Pause Could Be Lifted Soon
Top federal health officials said in interviews this week that the number of rare blood clotting disorders in recipients of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine has remained small.
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W.H.O. Leader Dr. Tedros: Countries Must Keep Their Vaccine Promises
As head of the W.H.O, I believe this is the best chance we have to end the pandemic.
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House Approves D.C. Statehood, but Senate Obstacles Remain
The vote reflected broad support among Democrats. But Republican opposition could stall the measure in the Senate.
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10 New York State Wines to Drink Now
Here are top-tier bottles from producers in the Finger Lakes and Long Island, regions that deserve more respect than they receive.
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Jobless Claims May Show Uptick as Trend Stays Positive: Live Updates
Biden Will Commit the U.S. to Halving Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 2030
President Biden will commit the United States to deep cuts in emissions at a virtual Earth Day summit meeting that starts on Thursday, according to people familiar with the plan.
Jobs for Homeless L.G.B.T.Q. Youth
New York City struggles to support L.G.B.T.Q. youth who are experiencing homelessness and unemployment.
Join Kara Swisher as she discusses “racist” algorithms and how the pandemic will change technology
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After a Tragedy at Sea, a Wrecked Ship Becomes a Powerful Symbol in Italy
The relic of the deadliest shipwreck in the Mediterranean in living memory — in which some 1,000 migrants died — is being re-envisioned as a human rights monument.
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Biden to Announce Major Pledge to Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions
President Biden’s plan would require Americans to transform the way they drive, heat their homes and manufacture goods. Here’s the latest from Washington.
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Business Updates: Strict Rules for Artificial Intelligence in E.U.
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New Yorkers React to Derek Chauvin Verdict
New York residents and public figures responded with surprise, elation and resignation.
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As Military Tensions Rise on Ukraine Border, Putin Addresses Russia
President Vladimir Putin’s annual state-of-the-nation could shed light on how far he is prepared to escalate tensions. Here’s the latest from Russia.
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A Super League Plan, but No One to Defend It
The organizers of a European soccer league didn’t believe in their idea enough to defend it.
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Monte Hellman, Cult Director of ‘Two-Lane Blacktop,’ Dies at 91
Part of Roger Corman’s army of young and hungry actors and filmmakers, he made terse, spare action movies and became a cult hero of the American independent film movement.
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Why Less Tech is Best for Covid-19 Vaccine Passports
We need dumb technology that does as little as possible and knows as little about us as possible.
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