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A COVID-19 vaccine could be available earlier than expected if ongoing clinical trials produce overwhelmingly positive results, Dr. Anthony Fauci said.
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Melania Trump thinks someone sabotaged her 2016 RNC appearance by giving her a speech to read that was plagiarized from Michelle Obama, book claims
The speech backfired on the first lady after it emerged that parts of it were taken almost word for word from an address by Michelle Obama in 2008.
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In nearly two centuries of operation, Lord & Taylor has survived a lot. As a result, former parent Hudson's Bay effectively paid fashion rental start-up Le Tote to take Lord & Taylor off its hands. The Le Tote-Lord & Taylor tie-up always seemed like a long shot at best.
The president's younger daughter gets called out for hypocrisy on social media.
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The 17-year-old facing homicide charges in a pair of fatal shootings in Kenosha, Wisconsin is speaking out from behind bars. Kyle Rittenhouse, who is accused of shooting and killing two people at a protest, said he thinks he will be free soon. His lawyer held up a phone so that he could thank supporters, who have raised more than half a million dollars for his defense fund. New video has emerged allegedly showing Rittenhouse punching a woman several times during a brawl in July.
Boseman was offered a slavery movie alongside Tessa Thompson, but the actor wasn't interested in playing outdated Black stereotypes.
The timing of a vaccine has taken on political importance as U.S. President Donald Trump seeks re-election in November, after committing billions of federal dollars to develop a vaccine to prevent COVID-19, which has killed more than 180,000 Americans. "For the purpose of initial planning, CDC provided states with certain planning assumptions as they work on state specific plans for vaccine distribution, including possibly having limited quantities of vaccines in October and November," a CDC spokeswoman told Reuters. The New York Times had earlier reported that the CDC had contacted officials in all 50 states and five large cities with the planning information.