Study Finds Vaccinations Could Save The U.S. Billions Of Dollars
Researchers say the U.S. would be able to save on medical costs and productivity losses.
COVID-19 continues to lead seasonal respiratory illnesses, CDC says
COVID-19 continues to lead U.S. hospitalizations, the CDC says. Flu cases are climbing, and officials are hopeful RSV cases have now peaked.
Texas AG suing Pfizer, says company misrepresented COVID vaccine data
Pfizer said its vaccine was 95% effective following its Phase 3 trial, but Texas' attorney general said the data was too premature.
CDC: New COVID-19 variant cases have tripled in two weeks
Cases of BA.2.86 have also surged in multiple countries, leading the World Health Organization to classify it as a "variant of interest.”
US senators get in shouting match over funding for Israel, Ukraine
Republican senators vowed to oppose an additional aid package unless it includes major changes to U.S. border policy.
TV producer, political activist Norman Lear dies at age 101
Lear won numerous awards as a television producer with shows that frequently tackled topics like racism, gun violence and mental health.
Taylor Swift named Time's Person of the Year
For the first time, Time magazine chose someone who is primarily known as an entertainer for its Person of the Year.