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Quest for COVID-19 vaccines: Where they stand

Quest for COVID-19 vaccines: Where they stand

The research and testing that goes into creating a new vaccine normally takes years, a process world leaders are hoping can be safely and effectively shortened to 18 months or less. File Photo by John Keith/Wikimedia CommonsAs the worldwide death toll from the novel coronavirus continues to rise, scientists across the globe are racing to find a vaccine.It often takes years to secure funding, research and develop a vaccine candidate, test it on humans and get regulatory approval. And that's all before pharmaceutical companies can begin the task of actually manufacturing millions of doses for...

May 29, 2020
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Quest for COVID-19 vaccines: Where they stand

Quest for COVID-19 vaccines: Where they stand

The research and testing that goes into creating a new vaccine normally takes years, a process world leaders are hoping can be safely and effectively shortened to 18 months or less. File Photo by John Keith/Wikimedia CommonsAs the worldwide death toll from the novel coronavirus continues to rise, scientists across the globe are racing to find a vaccine.It often takes years to secure funding, research and develop a vaccine candidate, test it on humans and get regulatory approval. And that's all before pharmaceutical companies can begin the task of actually manufacturing millions of doses for...

May 29, 2020
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Quest for COVID-19 vaccines: Where they stand

Quest for COVID-19 vaccines: Where they stand

The research and testing that goes into creating a new vaccine normally takes years, a process world leaders are hoping can be safely and effectively shortened to 18 months or less. File Photo by John Keith/Wikimedia CommonsAs the worldwide death toll from the novel coronavirus continues to rise, scientists across the globe are racing to find a vaccine.It often takes years to secure funding, research and develop a vaccine candidate, test it on humans and get regulatory approval. And that's all before pharmaceutical companies can begin the task of actually manufacturing millions of doses for...

May 29, 2020
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Malian accused of war crimes refuses to enter plea at ICC

Malian accused of war crimes refuses to enter plea at ICC

Alleged Malian Islamist militant Al-Hassan Ag Abdoul Aziz Ag Mohamed Ag Mahmoud's lawyers said their client has post-traumatic stress disorder. File Photo by Eva Plevier/EPA-EFEAn accused Islamist militant declined to enter a plea in response to war crimes charges at the start of his International Criminal Court trial Tuesday in The Hague.Al Hassan Ag Abdoul Aziz Ag Mohamed Ag Mahmoud, 42, guilty or not guilty to the charges, but acknowledged he understood the charges.He told the judges, "I cannot answer that question," when they read each of the 13 charges.Hassan is accused of joining the...

July 14, 2020
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U.S. sets another record for new daily cases of COVID-19

U.S. sets another record for new daily cases of COVID-19

The United States set another single-day record of cases -- 63,900 -- according to a University global tracker.The country logged the Friday, bringing the cumulative number of cases to nearly 3.2 million. More than 134,000 Americans have died from the virus and 983,000 have recovered.Friday's total surpassed the previous record of 63,247 set Thursday.According to ' tracker, dozens of states have experienced dramatic spikes in cases in recent weeks, led by Arizona, Florida, Texas, South Carolina, Louisiana, California and Georgia, among others.In California, the Los Angeles County Department...

July 11, 2020
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China, Russia veto extending aid routes to Syria

China, Russia veto extending aid routes to Syria

Trucks with relief goods head to the besieged Madaya and al-Zabadani towns in the countryside of Damascus, Syria, on February 17, 2016. China and Russia are attempting to reduce the number of cross-border locations to transport aid into Syria. File Photo by Youssef Badawi/EPAChina and Russia on Friday vetoed a U.N. Security Council measure to provide cross-border aid to Syria for the next six months.They were the only two countries of the 15-nation council to vote against the aid.It was the third time either Russia or China has voted against such a measure this week. The U.N. authorization...

July 10, 2020
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Quest for COVID-19 vaccines: Where they stand

Quest for COVID-19 vaccines: Where they stand

The research and testing that goes into creating a new vaccine normally takes years, a process world leaders are hoping can be safely and effectively shortened to 18 months or less. File Photo by John Keith/Wikimedia CommonsAs the worldwide death toll from the novel coronavirus continues to rise, scientists across the globe are racing to find a vaccine.It often takes years to secure funding, research and develop a vaccine candidate, test it on humans and get regulatory approval. And that's all before pharmaceutical companies can begin the task of actually manufacturing millions of doses for...

May 29, 2020
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Quest for COVID-19 vaccines: Where they stand

Quest for COVID-19 vaccines: Where they stand

The research and testing that goes into creating a new vaccine normally takes years, a process world leaders are hoping can be safely and effectively shortened to 18 months or less. File Photo by John Keith/Wikimedia CommonsAs the worldwide death toll from the novel coronavirus continues to rise, scientists across the globe are racing to find a vaccine.It often takes years to secure funding, research and develop a vaccine candidate, test it on humans and get regulatory approval. And that's all before pharmaceutical companies can begin the task of actually manufacturing millions of doses for...

May 29, 2020
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Appeals court declares Trump use of military funds for border wall 'unlawful'

Appeals court declares Trump use of military funds for border wall 'unlawful'

The appeals court said the Trump administration's move to divert funds from the Department of Defense to the Department of Homeland Security violated the Appropriations Clause of the Constitution. File Photo by Kevin Dietsch/UPI |A federal appeals court on Friday ruled the Trump administration doesn't have the authority to divert $2.5 billion in military funds to carry out construction of the border wall.The 9th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals said the move violated the Appropriations Clause of the Constitution because Congress originally designated the funds for defense spending, not the...

June 26, 2020
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California Assembly OKs bill to send mail-in ballots to all registered voters

California Assembly OKs bill to send mail-in ballots to all registered voters

California Gov. Gavin Newsom previously issued an executive order requiring mail-in ballots to be sent to all registered voters. The new legislation enshrines his order as law. File Photo by Kevin Dietsch/UPI |California's legislature overwhelmingly approved a bill Thursday requiring all registered voters to receive a mail-in ballot.The Assembly sent the legislation of Gov. for his signature."No one should have to risk their health -- and possibly their life -- to exercise their constitutional right to vote," Assemblyman Marc Berman, a Democrat who co-authored the legislation."In the midst...

June 18, 2020
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