Volcanoes are erupting in The Philippines, but on-fire Australia received some welcome rain. The Iran war cries have been called off and The Donald’s military powers are about to be hamstrung by the Senate. Meanwhile, his impeachment trial is starting, and we’re all on Twitter for a front-row seat.
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New HIV infections are down – thanks to young people.
Young people drove a decrease in new HIV diagnoses in 2021, but stark disparities remain, federal data shows.
FDA approves nasal spray for migraines that may relieve symptoms within 30 minutes
The Food and Drug Administration has approved a nasal spray aimed at fast treatment for migraines, pharmaceutical company Pfizer said Friday.
NASA’s new asteroid-hunting telescope is made to protect Earth from disaster
A new telescope to advance planetary defense will hunt potentially disastrous near-Earth objects.
Blue Angels name first woman to serve as demonstration pilot
Lt. Amanda Lee has made history as the first woman to serve as a demonstration pilot in the Blue Angels.
Philadelphia to become first major US city to ban minor traffic stops to promote equity, curb ‘negative interactions’ with police
Philadelphia will become the first major U.S. city to ban police from making traffic stops for minor violations such as a broken taillight when Mayor Jim Kenney signs City Council-approved legislation as soon as this week.
Scientists created the world’s whitest paint. It could eliminate the need for air conditioning.
The paint has now made it into the Guinness World Records book as the whitest ever made. So why did the scientists create such a paint? It turns out that breaking a world record wasn't the goal of the researchers: Curbing global warming was.
Religion to the rescue: How appeals to faith can inspire people to get COVID vaccination
People feel encouraged when their pastor says that getting vaccinated is a way of protecting human life or loving your neighbor.
Biden poised to double the number of Black women appeals court judges
With the Senate ramping up approval of his judicial nominees, President Joe Biden is poised to double the number of African American women serving on the nation’s federal appeals courts during his first few months in office.
Missing from Biden’s American Families Plan: Help for low-income parents with new babies
Home visits from nurses and other professionals would be transformative for low-income, first-time parents and pay off in better futures for their babies.
Pfizer vaccine for adolescents to get FDA authorization; much-anticipated decision opens door for teens 12-15
Pfizer expects to cut COVID-19 vaccine production time by close to 50% as production ramps up, efficiencies increase