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In The Wake Of The Dior Incident, Chinese Fashion Photographer Has Apologized

November 25, 2021

HONG KONG — After internet critics labeled her previous work demeaning to the Chinese people and fashion house Dior pulled one of her images from a show in Shanghai, a well-known Chinese fashion photographer has apologized. Chen Man recognized the criticism of her earlier work, such as “Young Pioneers,” a series of photographs of a […]

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EU Reviewing Pfizer’s Coronavirus Pill For Emergency Use

November 20, 2021

AMSTERDAM — Before it is formally approved, the European Union’s medicines authority has begun studying Pfizer Inc.’s coronavirus pill to determine if it can be used in emergency situations. The European Medicines Agency said in a statement Friday that it is reviewing evidence on the efficacy of Pfizer’s antiviral tablet in persons infected with COVID-19 […]

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Beneficiaries Of J&J Should Have Confidence In The Company’s Booster Advice. Dr. Anthony Fauci

October 17, 2021

White House senior medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci told ABC’s “This Week” co-anchor Martha Raddatz that recipients of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccination need not be concerned about the shot’s decreased effectiveness now that boosters have been suggested. “I believe they should feel good about it,” he said Sunday, “because the FDA advisors […]

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On Biden’s Plan, Democrats Will Come To An Agreement: ‘The View’ With Hillary Clinton

October 11, 2021

Former Secretary of State and 2016 Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton predicted Monday on “The View” that Democrats will achieve an agreement in the Senate on President Joe Biden’s agenda, but that legislation like the $3.5 trillion infrastructure plan is “overdue.” “I believe they will reach an agreement,” Clinton remarked. “They need to go into the […]

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In historic Blue Origin Space Trip, William Shatner Channels Captain Kirk

October 11, 2021

William Shatner will create history on Wednesday when he embarks on Blue Origin’s New Shepard and boldly travels where few have gone before. The actor who played Captain Kirk on “Star Trek” appeared on “Good Morning America” on Monday with his fellow flight crew members as they awaited their delayed departure. Shatner expressed his disappointment, […]

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Xi Jinping Of China Calls For “Peaceful” Reunification Of Taiwan

October 10, 2021

TAIPEI, Taiwan – Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-w Despite increased military threats against the self-governing island, Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Saturday that a “peaceful” reunification of Taiwan with China’s mainland was in Beijing’s interests. Xi spoke in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, where he emphasized the need of the ruling Communist […]

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Found in Jerusalem, 2,700-Year-Old Toilet Was An Uncommon Luxury

October 5, 2021

JERUSALEM — Authorities in Jerusalem announced Tuesday that archaeologists discovered a unique antique toilet going back more than 2,700-year-old toilet was a rarity in the holy city. The smooth, carved limestone toilet was discovered in a rectangular hut that was part of a large palace overlooking what is now the Old City, according to the […]

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Windows 11 Is Already Available For PC Users, But Not All of Them

October 5, 2021

Windows 10 users will be able to get a free upgrade to Windows 11 on Tuesday. However, your computer’s capacity to run Microsoft’s newest operating system is primarily determined by its age and processor type. When Microsoft originally unveiled Windows 11 this summer, it revealed certain limitations on which PCs would be compatible with the […]

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New COVID-19 Pills Can Keep Newly Diagnosed Patients Out Of The Hospital, Says Company

October 3, 2021

According to early data released by pharmaceutical firms Merck and Ridgeback, COVID-19 Pills taking a five-day course of a specific antiviral medication soon after a COVID-19 diagnosis can reduce the chance of being hospitalized or dying from the virus by half. If the Food and Drug Administration approves molnupiravir, it will be the first antiviral […]

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Gen. Mark Milley: Presidents’ Soothsayer and Snare

September 27, 2021

WASHINGTON, DC – In his two years as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Mark Milley has been the subject of more political intrigue and discussion than any of his recent predecessors. Firestorms have erupted one after another around him, which is uncommon for an official who, by law, is a presidential whisperer […]

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