AstraZeneca is reportedly eyeing FDA approval for its vaccine in the coming weeks, just as several European countries sideline the shot after reports of blood clots. But experts are hoping investigations will dispel concerns and keep the vaccine online.
Experts Worry AstraZeneca Sidelining Will Compound Vaccine Hesitancy
The AstraZeneca COVID vaccine is offline in parts of Europe after reports of blood clots after the vaccine. But experts think it's coincidence.
Prince Harry gets his day in court against tabloids
Prince Harry accuses the publisher of the Mirror of using unlawful techniques on an "industrial scale" to get scoops.
Russia claims Ukraine is launching major attacks
Reports have fueled speculation that a major Ukrainian ground operation could be underway as part of an anticipated counteroffensive.
Sweden close to becoming first 'smoke free' country in Europe
Only 5.6% of Swedes reported being smokers, according to the country's Public Health Agency.
Hollywood actors guild authorizes strike as writers continue theirs
SAG-AFTRA voted to authorize a strike at the end of the month if major Hollywood studios won't negotiate their contract terms.
Commission recommends Parkland judge should be publicly reprimanded
An investigative panel in Florida has decided that a judge in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School mass shooting trial violated multiple rules.
Yellowstone pleads with visitors to leave wildlife alone
In the past few weeks, there have been at least two reports of people interfering with animals at the park.