Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story F.D.A. Still Lacks a Permanent Chief, Despite Pressing, Weighty Problems With the pandemic easing, the federal agency’s long-term agenda for drug approvals or new issues is languishing without a permanent commissioner. Dr. Janet Woodcock has been with […]
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The attorney general’s commitment served notice to Republican-led states imposing new voting restrictions, and included a vow to protect the voting rights of people of color.
A vaccine to combat the next global pandemic would be created and approved in just 100 days under a new G-7 plan, which was pitched to leaders by Melinda French Gates and Patrick Vallance, the United Kingdom’s chief scientist. If that’s too pie-in-the-sky for you, can we tempt you with […]
Kayleigh McEnany, the former press secretary of Donald Trump, spoke out this week to slam CNN’s Brian Stelter after he fawned over Joe Biden’s administration. McEnany Sounds Off McEnany took issue with the fact that while interviewing Biden’s press secretary Jen Psaki, Stelter didn’t ask about the controversial emails from […]
Fauci Whines To Chelsea Clinton That The ‘Phenomenal Amount Of Hostility’ He’s Facing Is ‘Astonishing’
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, whined to Chelsea Clinton in a new interview this week that the “phenomenal amount of hostility” that he endures is “astounding.” Fauci Whines To Clinton “I’ve been the object myself of a phenomenal amount of hostility merely because […]
Glenn Beck went on Tucker Carlson’s Fox News show this week to officially retract a 2009 apology he issued for calling former president Barack Obama a racist. Beck Takes Back His Apology To Obama “Back then, you couldn’t call a president racist,” Beck explained to Carlson, who credited him for having […]
The president urged the leaders of wealthy democracies to offer hundreds of billions in loans to developing nations in a direct challenge to Beijing’s Belt-and-Road Initiative.
Biden in Europe Updates The G7 Summit Biden’s Trip Allies Wary of U.S. Global Vaccine Plan Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story Biden Tries to Rally G7 Nations to Counter China’s Influence The president urged the leaders of wealthy democracies to offer hundreds […]