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Fed’s Kaplan sees risk of inflation gaining a foothold in U.S. economy

By Ann Saphir

(Reuters) -Dallas Federal Reserve President Robert Kaplan on Friday raised the prospect of a worrisome rise in (More…)

No normal life for Israelis in range of Gaza rockets

By Amir Cohen and Ari Rabinovitch

ASHKELON, Israel (Reuters) – Sirens wail, radio broadcasts are interrupted, cellphones beep with Red (More…)

Delayed 2nd Pfizer/BioNTech shot boosts antibodies in elderly; COVID-19 obesity risk higher for men

By Nancy Lapid

(Reuters) – The following is a roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel (More…)

Ohio city reaches $10 million settlement over police killing of Black man

(Reuters) -The city of Columbus, Ohio said on Friday that it reached a $10 million settlement with the family of (More…)

U.S. warns domestic extremists could exploit easing COVID-19 restrictions

By Mark Hosenball

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The U.S. Department of Homeland Security warned on Friday that domestic extremists could take advantage (More…)

U.S. officials hope new mask advice drives uptick in COVID shots

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – With new federal guidance allowing people to ditch their masks in most places, it will be up (More…)

Italy lifts COVID quarantine for EU, UK and Israel from Sunday

ROME (Reuters) -Italy will scrap mandatory quarantine from Sunday for visitors from the European Union, Britain and Israel who test (More…)

Mainland China reports first local COVID-19 cases in more than 3 weeks

SHANGHAI (Reuters) -Mainland China reported 12 new COVID-19 cases on Friday, including its first local transmissions in more than three (More…)

With fuel and food scarce, people in Colombia’s Cali ask for negotiation

By Luis Jaime Acosta

CALI, Colombia (Reuters) – Residents of the Colombian city of Cali, the epicenter of protests against (More…)

India ‘on war footing’ as coronavirus infections pass 24 million

By Tanvi Mehta and Shilpa Jamkhandikar

NEW DELHI (Reuters) -Prime Minister Narendra Modi sounded the alarm over the rapid spread (More…)