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Haiti Gang Leader Threatens To Kill Kidnapped American Missionaries Amid Ransom Negotiations

The gang has asked for $17 million to free a group of 17 American and Canadian missionaries kidnapped last weekend. → Read More

Mass Flight Cancellations Cost Southwest Airlines $75 Million, Company Says

The airline has also reduced its flying schedule as it recovers from the disruptions and struggles to hire more workers. → Read More

Facebook Changing Its Name? Here Are Other Major Companies That Took The Dramatic Step

Facebook is far from the only major company to attempt a rebrand in the face of controversy. → Read More

Pandemic Death Leader Mississippi Has Now Lost One In Every 300 Residents To Covid

Mississippi has the highest fatality rate in the U.S.—and one of the highest in the world. → Read More

Southwest Airlines Scraps Plan To Put Employees Seeking Vaccine Exemptions On Unpaid Leave

The airline previously planned to stop paying employees awaiting decisions on medical or religious exemptions after a certain date. → Read More

Haiti Kidnappers Demanding $17 Million Ransom To Free U.S. Missionary Group

The group of 17 American and Canadian missionaries was kidnapped over the weekend in a suburb of Port-au-Prince. → Read More

Trump Criticizes Colin Powell—And Slams Positive Media Coverage Of Him—A Day After His Death

The former president accused the media of treating Powell “beautifully” after his death despite “plenty of mistakes.” → Read More

Global Opinion Of U.S. Bounces Back After Historic Lows Under Trump

Approval of the U.S. has increased globally in all but three countries, according to a new poll. → Read More

Supreme Court Backs Qualified Immunity For Cops Accused Of Excessive Force

The high court in two separate cases ruled in favor of cops seeking qualified immunity against claims of excessive force. → Read More

Ex-Secretary Of State Colin Powell Dies At 84 Of Covid-19 Complications

The retired four-star general and former secretary of state was fully vaccinated, according to his family. → Read More

FDA Advisory Committee Recommends Booster Shots Of J&J Vaccine For People 18 And Older

The recommendation of the independent panel of experts is typically followed by the FDA. → Read More

Lotteries And Other Cash Prize Incentives Made ‘Essentially Zero Difference’ To Vaccination Rates, Study Finds

Researchers from the University of Colorado Denver found “little to no association” between the flashy cash draws and an increase in vaccinations, but said other incentives may be more successful. → Read More

Long-Time Capitol Police Officer Charged With Obstructing Jan. 6 Investigation

Officer Michael Angelo Riley, a 25-year veteran of the force, has been charged with obstruction of justice for allegedly contacting a Jan. 6 rioter warning them to take down incriminating Facebook posts. → Read More

Parkland High School Shooter Nikolas Cruz Will Plead Guilty On All Counts, Lawyers Say

Attorneys for the 23-year-old said he will plead guilty to killing 14 students and three staff members at a South Florida high school in 2018. → Read More

Only Survivor Of Kenosha Shootings Files Federal Lawsuit Claiming Police ‘Conspired’ With Kyle Rittenhouse

23-year-old Gaige Grosskreutz says his life has changed “immeasurably” since he was shot by Kyle Rittenhouse in August 2020. → Read More

FDA Advisory Panel Recommends Moderna Booster Shot Only For Most At Risk

The Food and Drug Administration, which typically follows the recommendations of these experts, is expected to make a decision in the coming days. → Read More

Should Moderna’s Booster Get Approval? FDA Advisory Committee Will Meet.

The key advisory panel is set to vote Thursday on whether the agency should authorize a third dose of the Moderna vaccine. → Read More

90,000 U.S. Covid Deaths Since June Were Likely Preventable, Analysis Finds

The Kaiser Family Foundation found tens of thousands of lives likely could have been saved by getting the vaccine, including 50,000 in September alone. → Read More

Adele Announces New Album ‘30’ Will Come Out Next Month

It’s been six years since the British singer last released an album. → Read More

United Airlines Firing 232 Employees Who Refused Covid Vaccine, CEO Says

CEO Scott Kirby said 99.7% of the airline’s workforce has been vaccinated. → Read More