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Pfizer Asks US to Allow COVID Shots for Kids Ages 5 to 11

Pfizer is asking the U.S. government to allow use of its COVID-19 vaccine in children ages 5 to 11.

Pfizer Asks FDA to Authorize its Coronavirus Vaccine for Children Ages 5 to 11

It is the first COVID-19 vaccine maker to apply for U.S. regulatory authorization for the age group.

Portland Scraps 1 Homeless Village Site Due to Flood Plain

Portland city leaders who last week announced several sites where they plan to build villages for those experiencing homelessness now say one will be scrapped because it sits on a…

Jury Finds Former Prison Guard Guilty of Child Rape

A jury has found a former Monroe prison guard guilty of child rape.

Russia Marks fifteenth Anniversary of Politkovskaya’s Killing

Colleagues of investigative reporter Anna Politkovskaya are sharply criticizing the Russian authorities for failing to track down the mastermind of her killing 15 years ago.

Sheriff: 95-Year-Old Man With Weapon Runs off Burglar

Police say a 95-year-old south Alabama man who heard someone breaking into his home grabbed a weapon and ran off an intruder who was later captured and charged with burglary.

Dozens of tents float in sky like kites throughout sturdy winds at vacationer hotspot in China

Footage shows around 50 tents flying above the Wugongshan National Geological Park – a tourist hotspot near the city of Pingxiang in the south-eastern province of Jiangxi, China.

Rock climber clings to fire and curtain rail as she crosses condo with out touching floor

In a video shared online, Madeline Brandt, 28, can be seen playing the ultimate game of ‘the floor is lava’ as she scales a window frame on the far side…

Couple embellish their residence with a whole lot of Christmas lights for charities that supported grandson

Helen and John Attlesey decorate their house in Soham, Cambridgeshire, every year in aid of charity, but this year there will be no switch-on event due to the ongoing Covid-19…

Natwest faces £240m fantastic over cash laundering scandal after ‘gold supplier’ deposited £265million

It is the first time a financial institution has faced criminal prosecution under anti-money laundering laws in the UK. It relates to how it monitored Fowler Oldfield’s accounts.