Johnson & Johnson Teams With Rival To Boost Vaccine Production
President Biden touts "light at the end of the tunnel," says enough vaccines for every American by end of May.
The first shipments of a newly-approved COVID vaccine have started arriving in states.
Two key features of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine — you need just one dose and it can be stored in normal refrigerators for at least three months.
The company is also teaming up with one of its rivals, Merck, to beef up production and the Biden administration is invoking the Defense Production Act to help out.
Moderna defends vax price hike, despite billions in taxpayer funding
The company is planning to raise the price of its COVID-19 vaccine from about $26 per dose up to $130 per dose.
What living with long COVID is really like
Scripps News talked to a dozen people with long-term COVID symptoms about their current experience and their hope for the future.
New data links COVID-19 pandemic's origins to raccoon dogs
The discovery does not prove that raccoon dogs or any other animals infected with COVID triggered the pandemic.
US, Canada end loophole that let asylum-seekers cross border
Authorities from both sides have been eager to end the process that allowed immigrants to pursue asylum cases without using official crossings.
FAA calls on airlines to help prevent another travel meltdown
The FAA is changing some practices due to recent runway incursion events, and addressing possible effects of staffing shortages.
Why are some citizens protesting in France?
Hundreds of people were arrested in clashes amid some the biggest protests so far against the raising of France's retirement age.