U.S. cases rise to nine, official says after U.S. suspended use of the shot; EU Medicines Agency calls for product warning
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Poll results contradict concerns that the pause added to hesitancy.
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"Today, a jury did the right thing," the former president said in a statement. "But a more basic question has always remained: would justice be done?"
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"Real justice for him ... can only happen when we build a nation that fundamentally respects the human dignity of every person," Sanders said.
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Rep. Cori Bush of Missouri was seen crying and hugging Rep. Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts after the verdict came in.
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Cybercriminals used DDoS attacks to target organizations worldwide during Q1 2021 to disrupt their networks and online services.
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Apple will bring its heartwarming, critically acclaimed series Ted Lasso back to Apple TV+ on July 23, and has a new season 2 trailer to accompany the news.
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Asking for paid time off can be daunting, but according to an expert, the key to getting vacation days is having open conversations.
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Netflix's membership growth was white-hot during much of the pandemic, but Netflix predicts a sleepy first half of the year until its proven hits start returning.
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The STRATCOM commander says he needs a modern nuclear force because he cannot deter "leftovers of the Cold War" forever.
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US stocks suffered steep declines Tuesday, with investors concerned about economic recovery prospects as COVID-19 cases mount.
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The jury has reached a verdict in the trial of Derek Chauvin, the former police officer charged with murdering George Floyd last year.The jury deliberated for about 10 hours, capping a trial that has become the latest bellwether on efforts to address police brutality and systemic racism in America. Chauvin, a white former Minneapolis police officer, was charged with murdering Floyd, a 46-year-old Black man, by kneeling on his neck for nine and a half minutes last May.The verdict will be read later on Tuesday, the court announced.Prosecutors allege that Chauvin used excessive force, while Chauvin’s defence attorneys claim his actions were “reasonable,” blaming Floyd’s health conditions and the presence of drugs in his system for his death.“You were told... that Mr Floyd died because his heart was too big,” prosecutor Jerry Blackwell said during his closing argument this week. “The truth of the matter is that the reason George Floyd is dead is because Mr Chauvin’s heart was too small.”Chauvin faces three charges: second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. If convicted of the more serious second-degree murder charge, he faces a presumptive sentence of 12.5 years, although prosecutors have argued for a more serious sentence, citing what they referred to as “particular cruelty” in the case (the maximum penalty is 40 years). The third-degree charge also carries a presumptive sentence of 12.5 years, per state sentencing guidelines.The verdict could have sweeping repercussions throughout Minnesota and across the country. Minneapolis was bracing for protests prior to the jury’s decision and was facing renewed outcry following the police shooting of Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old Black man, during a traffic stop in the suburb of Brooklyn Center earlier this month.Minnesota governor Tim Walz declared a “peacetime emergency” on Monday, which would allow the stated to draw on police forces from neighbouring states if needed.“Local and state resources have been fully deployed, but they are inadequate to address the threat,” Walz wrote in his order. “Recent events in Brooklyn Center have exhausted Minnesota’s local and state resources and are likely to hamper our ability to provide public safety and protect critical infrastructure.”Related...What Brits Need To Know About The Derek Chauvin Murder TrialJury In Derek Chauvin Trial Begins Deliberation As Minneapolis Braces For VerdictFormer Minnesota Police Officer To Be Charged In Death Of Daunte Wright
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Netflix’s online video market share is shrinking. Actually, this is a summary from the two latest reports released last week. The first report comes from ... The post Half Of The Digital Originals That Global Audiences Want To Watch Comes From Netflix appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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Two of Cathie Wood's ETFs sold 590,804 shares of Virgin Galactic on Monday after buying some 514,627 shares just last week.
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According to a recent rumor, Battlefield 6 could see you fighting for both Russia and the USA - regardless of your player's nationality.
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"Hopefully the next time this unofficial holiday of 4/20 rolls around, our country will have made progress" on marijuana reform, Schumer said Tuesday.
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US regulators told customers to stop using Peloton's $4,295 Tread+ running machine after a child died and others were injured while it was operating.
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The proposal includes funding for universal pre-K, paid family and medical leave, and seeks to expand the child tax credit through 2025.
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One year ago today, market-watchers were astonished went US oil prices went negative. The outlook is now much rosier.
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Farshad Yousefi and Masoud Jalali used to drive through Palo Alto neighborhoods and marvel at the outrageous home prices. But the drives sparked an idea. They were not in a financial position to purchase a home in those neighborhoods (to be clear, not many people are) either for investment or to live. But what if […]
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