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The order is intended to help insulate the economy from future shortages of critical imported components by making the United States less reliant on foreign supplies.
An operation to supply billions of coronavirus vaccine doses to poorer countries has started. But as rich countries buy most of the available supply, stark inequalities remain.
Partners decided not to keep Kevin Sneader in the top job. Weeks earlier, McKinsey had reached a historic settlement agreement in the U.S. over its advice to drugmakers.
Senator Jack Reed said he favored seeking an extension of the May 1 deadline for withdrawing troops that President Donald Trump and the Taliban negotiated last year.
Running a half-marathon in your hotel room. Hearing the sea, but not seeing it. Fixating on food. Here’s how some travelers passed the time during their mandatory quarantines.
Lawmakers from parties aligned against the government have vowed to continue a boycott of Parliament until Nika Melia is released from police custody.
Some in China hailed the divorce court case as a breakthrough, but many noted that full-time nannies are paid far more.
You’re going to need some double-sided tape.
The initiative known as Covax plans to deliver some two billion doses worldwide this year, the largest mass inoculation operation in history.
President Joe Biden addresses the nation as the US mourns 500,000 people lost to Covid-19.
Christopher Pekny was making a device to be used at his child's gender-reveal party, police say.
Then-President Donald Trump in 2019 offered North Korean leader Kim Jong Un a ride home on Air Force One following their Vietnam summit, a former senior administration official who was on the trip confirmed to CNN.
Sarika Kale says she survived on instant noodles and chutney for years because that's all she could afford.
Sir Keir Starmer will be the first Labour leader to address the farmers' union since 2008.
How virtual artworks allow you to see anything from the sun to a giant spider in your own home.
Numbers are plunging due to pollution, unsustainable fishing and the draining of rivers.