FDA advisers sign off on Johnson & Johnson vaccine: Here's what happens next What happens next on the J&J vaccine: An independent advisory panel is reviewing the data and will recommend whether it should be authorized.
Major fire erupts at a warehouse outside of Los Angeles More than 100 firefighters to a massive fire that erupted in Compton, Calif.
FAA proposes $27,500 fine for passenger who allegedly hit flight attendant A passenger is facing a $27,500 fine for allegedly hitting a Delta flight attendant in the face in October.
FAA seeks $27,500 from passenger it says hit air attendant A passenger who allegedly hit a flight attendant after an argument over wearing a face mask could soon be $27,500 poorer
US Park Police names first Black female chief in 230-year history She said all officers wearing body cameras will be mandatory by the end of 2021.
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Hundreds of Nigerian schoolgirls taken in mass abduction A large group of gunmen raided a school in northern Nigeria early Friday.
Tennessee: Vaccines stolen, given to children in 1 county Tennessee’s top health officials have revealed the state has requested federal law enforcement to investigate alleged theft of coronavirus vaccine doses in the state’s most populous county
South Dakota police groups call on Ravnsborg to resign Three South Dakota law enforcement associations are joining the call for Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg to resign
United will pay $49 million to settle air mail fraud case United Airlines will pay more than $49 million to settle criminal and civil accusations of defrauding the post office in the handling of international mail
One Medical cut off from vaccine supply in 5 counties In San Mateo County 70 ineligible people were vaccinated at One Medical.
Russian diplomats use hand-powered railway trolley to get out of North Korea Video shows Russian diplomats using hand-powered railway trolley to get home to Russia from North Korea because of COVID travel restrictions.
City where Trayvon Martin died seeks racial injustice reform Commissioners in the city where Black teenager Trayvon Martin was killed by a neighborhood watch volunteer nine years ago Friday have agreed to form an advisory committee to study how race, class and gender can lead to social inequities
Delayed vaccine shipment leaves New York City with 'extra' supply Delayed shipments due to last week's massive winter storm has left New York City with an "extra" vaccine supply, Mayor Bill de Blasio said.