S Korea to resume AstraZeneca jab for ages 30-60

SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea says it will resume administrating AstraZeneca’s coronavirus vaccine to all eligible people between the ages of 30 and 60. Last week, South Korea suspended the use of AstraZeneca vaccines for those 60 years old or younger while awaiting the outcome of the European Medicine

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Supreme Court wrestled with complicated Google, Oracle coding dispute

WASHINGTON – Supreme Court justices are among the nation’s foremost legal minds. But just how good are the nine members of the court at computer programming? Often teased for their ambivalence toward technology – Chief Justice John Roberts once asked a lawyer in 2010 to explain the difference between an email and a

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Report: Biden Creating Commission To Study Court-Packing

The New York Times is reporting that President Biden will order the formation of a commission to study expanding the Supreme Court, an idea many have labeled ‘court-packing.’ Biden, the Times states according to White House officials, “will order a 180-day study of adding seats to the Supreme Court, making

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Leaked Pentagon Document Supports Case For Trump Treason Charges

A leaked document from the Pentagon shows that Mike Pence ordered the military to clear the Capitol on January 6, but Trump didn’t. The AP reported on the timeline in an internal Pentagon document that they obtained:The timeline adds another layer of understanding about the state of fear and panic

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John Topping, 77, Dies; Early Advocate for Climate Action

In 2007, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change shared the Nobel Peace Prize with former Vice President Al Gore. John Carruthers Topping Jr. was born on April 18, 1943, in Wilkinsburg, Pa., to John and Barbara Anne (Murray) Topping. His father was in the Air Force, and he had a

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Report: John Kerry plans to visit China ahead of Biden’s climate summit

John Kerry, President Biden’s special climate envoy, is expected to travel to China next week for meetings with officials aimed at boosting collaboration, the Washington Post reported Saturday. Why it matters: China is the world’s largest carbon dioxide emitter and the U.S. is second-largest. Collaboration between the economic rivals amid

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Ex-officer’s trial in Floyd’s death shows courtroom tactics

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The murder trial of a former Minneapolis police officer charged in George Floyd’s death has introduced viewers from around the world to a vast array of defense and prosecution tactics aimed at swaying the jury. Some strategies and terms that have become part of Derek Chauvin’s trial

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California virus rules limiting home worship halted

WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court Friday shot down a California regulation limiting religious worship at home, the latest in a series of rulings in which the justices have found that coronavirus pandemic regulations violate the First Amendment’s protections of religion. The 5-4 unsigned opinion, published just before midnight on Friday, highlighted the deep divisions over

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