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Demand Is Soaring For Antibody Treatment As COVID-19 Cases Surge

Sunday, August 22, 2021

Regeneron's antibody cocktail, authorized by the Food and Drug Administration, treats COVID-19 symptoms in people who are at high risk of developing severe symptoms.

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Death Toll Nears 1,300 In Haiti After Massive Earthquake

Sunday, August 15, 2021

As rescuers work against the threat of an approaching storm, officials continue to assess the damage after buildings throughout the island nation were flattened by the 7.2-magnitude quake.

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Wildfires Rage Through Greece As Thousands Are Evacuated

Sunday, August 08, 2021

Three large fires and dozens of smaller ones are burning throughout the country. People continue to wait in lines to board rescue ferries evacuating people from the island of Evia.

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German Modern Pentathlon Coach Disqualified For Punching A Horse

Saturday, August 07, 2021

Kim Raisner violated the rules at the Olympic Games when she lightly punched a reluctant horse that was refusing to ride.

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Amanda Knox: 'Stillwater' Movie Repeats 'Fiction' Pushed By Italian Prosecutor

Saturday, August 07, 2021

In an interview with NPR's All Things Considered, Knox talks about what it's like to be followed by fictionalized versions of her life.

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Disqualified Nigerian Athletes Protest At Olympic Village

Saturday, July 31, 2021

Ten of Nigeria's 23 Olympic athletes were ruled ineligible after officials determined they had not received the required number of drug tests in the months leading up to the Tokyo Games.

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Novak Djokovic, The World's No. 1 Tennis Player, Fails To Medal At The Olympics

Saturday, July 31, 2021

Serbia's Djokovic loses to Spain's Pablo Carreño Busta, ending his chances of winning a bronze in Tokyo. "I gave it all, whatever I had left in the tank, which was not so much," Djokovic says.

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Pope Francis Delivers First Address Since Leaving Hospital

Sunday, July 18, 2021

The pope offered blessings for people affected by flooding in Western Europe, rioting in South Africa and protests in Cuba.

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Barty Is First Australian To Win The Wimbledon Women's Singles Title Since 1980

Saturday, July 10, 2021

The 25-year-old Ashleigh Barty beat 29-year-old Karolina Pliskova of the Czech Republic in three sets, bringing home the first women's Wimbledon trophy in more than four decades.

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I-95 Partially Closed For Hours After Police Standoff With Armed Men

Saturday, July 03, 2021

Eleven people were taken into custody after a standoff with law enforcement for several hours. The heavily armed men said they were part of a group called Rise of the Moors.

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The Death Toll From The Surfside Building Collapse Now Stands At 9

Sunday, June 27, 2021

Eight people were pulled out of the rubble, and one victim passed away at the hospital, officials said on Sunday. Another 150 people remain missing.

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Surfside Official Told Residents Their Building Was Safe, Despite Engineer's Warning

Sunday, June 27, 2021

An engineering report in Oct. 2018 warned of "major structural damage" in the Florida building that collapsed last week. The next month, a town inspector said the building was in "very good shape."

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Engineers Found Florida Condo Had 'Major Structural Damage' Before It Collapsed

Saturday, June 26, 2021

The 2018 report found major damage to the concrete structural slab below the pool deck and warned that extensive repairs would be needed soon. The mayor is considering evacuating a sister building.

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What The Election Of A New Hard-Line President In Iran Means For The Nuclear Deal

Monday, June 21, 2021

The election of a cleric with allegiance to Iran's supreme leader will pose unique challenges for the Biden administration — most notably, when it comes to the Iran nuclear deal.

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Biden Has Private Visit With Queen Elizabeth II, Who 'Reminded Me Of My Mother'

Sunday, June 13, 2021

Queen Elizabeth II has now met with 13 U.S. presidents, going back to meeting Harry Truman when she was a princess.

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Pope Francis Expresses Sorrow But No Apology For Indigenous School Deaths In Canada

Sunday, June 06, 2021

Francis urged political and religious officials to work toward "healing and reconciliation," but he did not formally apologize for the church's role in the forced reeducation of 150,000 children.

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California Assault Weapons Ban 'Disrespects' Freedom, Federal Judge Writes

Saturday, June 05, 2021

A judicial opinion striking down California's long-standing assault weapons ban has raised eyebrows from legal scholars for its rhetoric. California has said it will appeal the ruling.

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More Than Half Of U.S. Adults Have Gotten At Least One COVID-19 Vaccine Dose

Sunday, April 18, 2021

The CDC reported a hopeful statistic in the country's fight against the coronavirus on Sunday. On Monday, every adult in the country will be eligible to register to be vaccinated.

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SpaceX Wins $2.9 Billion Contract For Next Lunar Lander

Saturday, April 17, 2021

The company beat out two others in its bid to develop a lunar lander that will bring Americans back to the moon in the coming years.

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Prince Philip Is Memorialized In An Intimate Funeral Ceremony

Saturday, April 17, 2021

The Duke of Edinburgh, husband to Queen Elizabeth II for 73 years, was celebrated on Saturday. Only 30 people were allowed in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. The queen sat alone.

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