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It's OK to mix and match COVID-19 booster shoots. Which one should I get?

The FDA and CDC say it's OK to mix and match COVID-19 vaccines and booster shots, and in some cases it's preferred.


As Haiti reels from crises, U.S. policy decisions are called into question

Upheaval in Haiti is a product of its fractious politics, and those politics are deeply entwined with U.S. influence.


Litman: Don't be too sure about the DOJ's 'duty' to indict Bannon

As it turns out, the Department of Justice has emphatically resisted contempt of Congress referrals related to the executive branch.


Many of Afghanistan's journalists have fled. Those who remain face a harsh new world

The Taliban has issued edicts that are likely to smother what few independent media outlets survived the collapse of the U.S.-backed government.


A woman is killed by her partner or ex every three days in France. Activists want change

A wave of killings of women by their current or former partners has rattled France, where critics blame a deeply entrenched sexism.


Workers are fed up. But is this really #Striketober?

After decades of stagnating wages and diminishing pension and healthcare benefits, many U.S. workers are fed up. A small but growing number are organizing.


Robert Durst charged with murdering first wife, Kathie, in New York

Days after he was sentenced to life for murder in L.A., Robert Durst is charged with murder in the death of his first wife, Kathie, in New York.


Rep. Katie Porter presses Biden team on Marshall Islands nuclear waste, gets few answers

Negotiations remain stalled on a U.S. compact with the Marshall Islands, partly because of differences over the U.S. nuclear legacy there.


This remote sliver of northwest Colombia is one of the world's busiest migration corridors

Migrants from Haiti and around the world are camped out in northwest Colombia, a staging ground for the harrowing trip to the United States.


Texas urges Supreme Court to reject new challenge to its strict abortion law

Questioning whether a right to abortion even exists, Texas asks the Supreme Court to reject a challenge to its strict law and overturn Roe vs. Wade.


Who needs COVID boosters? Experts must decide with incomplete data

Scientists are trying to decide who should be eligible for COVID-19 booster shots, but they're missing key data that would help them.


With the federal eviction moratorium over, many call Las Vegas' Desert Moon Motel home

The Desert Moon Motel in Las Vegas is home to people evicted during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Studies confirm COVID-19 vaccine's effectiveness in teens, even against Delta

The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine greatly reduced the risk of coronavirus infection and COVID-19 in teens despite the Delta variant's rise.


Voting rights bill dies in Senate, amping up pressure to end filibuster

The Senate's failure to pass voting rights bill is likely to intensify pressure from progressives on Democratic leaders to eliminate the filibuster.


House Jan. 6 panel votes to hold ex-Trump advisor Stephen Bannon in contempt

The House Jan. 6 committee investigating the Capitol riot votes to hold ex-Trump advisor Stephen K. Bannon in criminal contempt for defying a subpoena.


What Colin Powell's death tells us a and doesn't a about COVID-19 and vaccines

Experts say his death should not be interpreted as a failure of COVID-19 vaccines in the broader population.


Biden administration urges Supreme Court to suspend Texas abortion law

The Justice Department files an emergency appeal urging the Supreme Court to suspend the Texas law that has banned most abortions there.


Colin Powell, America's first Black secretary of State, dies at 84

Colin Powell, the first Black secretary of State and chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, dies of COVID-19 complications after bout with blood cancer.


Column: For Nancy Pelosi, maybe one last chance to do something really, really big

Passing President Biden's agenda would be a huge test for Nancy Pelosi, one of the most effective House speakers in history.


Podcast: A matter of a piA+-on

The piA+-on nut is a beloved snack of the American Southwest, surrounded by traditions. But the harvest is getting smaller and smaller.


Despite promises to lift some Trump sanctions, Biden leaves Cuba in deep freeze

Despite campaign promises on Cuba, President Biden has not opened paths on the remittances and travel some say would most help islanders.


These clinics in Mexico are trying to stop abortions by duping women

Antiabortion groups lure in women by advertising abortions. Then the pressure campaign to continue pregnancy begins.


Kidnapping of American missionaries in Haiti highlights the perils of religious workers abroad

From the Philippines to El Salvador, there is a long history of American missionaries facing violence while trying to spread their religions abroad.


Will Matthew McConaughey run for governor of Texas?

Since spring, actor Matthew McConaughey has been considering a run for governor of Texas, but he has not committed.


Second Opinion: Refrigeration alone can't solve the 'last mile' problem for COVID vaccines

Humanitarian aid groups have experience countering myths and misinformation to overcome vaccine hesitancy in low-income countries.


Missionaries kidnapped in Haiti, U.S. religious group says

Several U.S. missionaries including children were kidnapped in Haiti, according to the Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries.


Former President Clinton expects to be discharged from Orange County hospital on Sunday

Clinton, 75, was admitted to UC Irvine Medical Center on Tuesday after feeling fatigued.


Mexico's new culture war: Did a pyramid light show 'decolonize' or rewrite history?

Monument removals and a replica of the Templo Mayor pyramid infuriated critics, but can Mexico's populist government spark an Indigenous cultural renaissance?


The seedy world of private lending in 'Squid Game' is a real temptation in South Korea

The popularity of "Squid Game" is inseparable from South Korea's very real crisis of mounting household debt, gaping inequality and a weak social safety net.


U.S. pledges to pay relatives of innocent Afghans killed in drone strike

The State Department is trying to relocate the some of the family members to the United States. Ten people, including seven children, were killed in the blast.


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It's OK to mix and match COVID-19 booster shoots. Which one should I get?

The FDA and CDC say it's OK to mix and match COVID-19 vaccines and booster shots, and in some cases it's preferred.


As Haiti reels from crises, U.S. policy decisions are called into question

Upheaval in Haiti is a product of its fractious politics, and those politics are deeply entwined with U.S. influence.


Litman: Don't be too sure about the DOJ's 'duty' to indict Bannon

As it turns out, the Department of Justice has emphatically resisted contempt of Congress referrals related to the executive branch.


Many of Afghanistan's journalists have fled. Those who remain face a harsh new world

The Taliban has issued edicts that are likely to smother what few independent media outlets survived the collapse of the U.S.-backed government.


A woman is killed by her partner or ex every three days in France. Activists want change

A wave of killings of women by their current or former partners has rattled France, where critics blame a deeply entrenched sexism.


Workers are fed up. But is this really #Striketober?

After decades of stagnating wages and diminishing pension and healthcare benefits, many U.S. workers are fed up. A small but growing number are organizing.


Robert Durst charged with murdering first wife, Kathie, in New York

Days after he was sentenced to life for murder in L.A., Robert Durst is charged with murder in the death of his first wife, Kathie, in New York.


Rep. Katie Porter presses Biden team on Marshall Islands nuclear waste, gets few answers

Negotiations remain stalled on a U.S. compact with the Marshall Islands, partly because of differences over the U.S. nuclear legacy there.


This remote sliver of northwest Colombia is one of the world's busiest migration corridors

Migrants from Haiti and around the world are camped out in northwest Colombia, a staging ground for the harrowing trip to the United States.


Texas urges Supreme Court to reject new challenge to its strict abortion law

Questioning whether a right to abortion even exists, Texas asks the Supreme Court to reject a challenge to its strict law and overturn Roe vs. Wade.


Who needs COVID boosters? Experts must decide with incomplete data

Scientists are trying to decide who should be eligible for COVID-19 booster shots, but they're missing key data that would help them.


With the federal eviction moratorium over, many call Las Vegas' Desert Moon Motel home

The Desert Moon Motel in Las Vegas is home to people evicted during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Studies confirm COVID-19 vaccine's effectiveness in teens, even against Delta

The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine greatly reduced the risk of coronavirus infection and COVID-19 in teens despite the Delta variant's rise.


Voting rights bill dies in Senate, amping up pressure to end filibuster

The Senate's failure to pass voting rights bill is likely to intensify pressure from progressives on Democratic leaders to eliminate the filibuster.


House Jan. 6 panel votes to hold ex-Trump advisor Stephen Bannon in contempt

The House Jan. 6 committee investigating the Capitol riot votes to hold ex-Trump advisor Stephen K. Bannon in criminal contempt for defying a subpoena.


What Colin Powell's death tells us a and doesn't a about COVID-19 and vaccines

Experts say his death should not be interpreted as a failure of COVID-19 vaccines in the broader population.


Biden administration urges Supreme Court to suspend Texas abortion law

The Justice Department files an emergency appeal urging the Supreme Court to suspend the Texas law that has banned most abortions there.


Colin Powell, America's first Black secretary of State, dies at 84

Colin Powell, the first Black secretary of State and chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, dies of COVID-19 complications after bout with blood cancer.


Column: For Nancy Pelosi, maybe one last chance to do something really, really big

Passing President Biden's agenda would be a huge test for Nancy Pelosi, one of the most effective House speakers in history.


Podcast: A matter of a piA+-on

The piA+-on nut is a beloved snack of the American Southwest, surrounded by traditions. But the harvest is getting smaller and smaller.


Despite promises to lift some Trump sanctions, Biden leaves Cuba in deep freeze

Despite campaign promises on Cuba, President Biden has not opened paths on the remittances and travel some say would most help islanders.


These clinics in Mexico are trying to stop abortions by duping women

Antiabortion groups lure in women by advertising abortions. Then the pressure campaign to continue pregnancy begins.


Kidnapping of American missionaries in Haiti highlights the perils of religious workers abroad

From the Philippines to El Salvador, there is a long history of American missionaries facing violence while trying to spread their religions abroad.


Will Matthew McConaughey run for governor of Texas?

Since spring, actor Matthew McConaughey has been considering a run for governor of Texas, but he has not committed.


Second Opinion: Refrigeration alone can't solve the 'last mile' problem for COVID vaccines

Humanitarian aid groups have experience countering myths and misinformation to overcome vaccine hesitancy in low-income countries.


Missionaries kidnapped in Haiti, U.S. religious group says

Several U.S. missionaries including children were kidnapped in Haiti, according to the Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries.


Former President Clinton expects to be discharged from Orange County hospital on Sunday

Clinton, 75, was admitted to UC Irvine Medical Center on Tuesday after feeling fatigued.


Mexico's new culture war: Did a pyramid light show 'decolonize' or rewrite history?

Monument removals and a replica of the Templo Mayor pyramid infuriated critics, but can Mexico's populist government spark an Indigenous cultural renaissance?


The seedy world of private lending in 'Squid Game' is a real temptation in South Korea

The popularity of "Squid Game" is inseparable from South Korea's very real crisis of mounting household debt, gaping inequality and a weak social safety net.


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It's OK to mix and match COVID-19 booster shoots. Which one should I get?

The FDA and CDC say it's OK to mix and match COVID-19 vaccines and booster shots, and in some cases it's preferred.


As Haiti reels from crises, U.S. policy decisions are called into question

Upheaval in Haiti is a product of its fractious politics, and those politics are deeply entwined with U.S. influence.


Litman: Don't be too sure about the DOJ's 'duty' to indict Bannon

As it turns out, the Department of Justice has emphatically resisted contempt of Congress referrals related to the executive branch.


Many of Afghanistan's journalists have fled. Those who remain face a harsh new world

The Taliban has issued edicts that are likely to smother what few independent media outlets survived the collapse of the U.S.-backed government.


A woman is killed by her partner or ex every three days in France. Activists want change

A wave of killings of women by their current or former partners has rattled France, where critics blame a deeply entrenched sexism.


Workers are fed up. But is this really #Striketober?

After decades of stagnating wages and diminishing pension and healthcare benefits, many U.S. workers are fed up. A small but growing number are organizing.


Robert Durst charged with murdering first wife, Kathie, in New York

Days after he was sentenced to life for murder in L.A., Robert Durst is charged with murder in the death of his first wife, Kathie, in New York.


Rep. Katie Porter presses Biden team on Marshall Islands nuclear waste, gets few answers

Negotiations remain stalled on a U.S. compact with the Marshall Islands, partly because of differences over the U.S. nuclear legacy there.


This remote sliver of northwest Colombia is one of the world's busiest migration corridors

Migrants from Haiti and around the world are camped out in northwest Colombia, a staging ground for the harrowing trip to the United States.


Texas urges Supreme Court to reject new challenge to its strict abortion law

Questioning whether a right to abortion even exists, Texas asks the Supreme Court to reject a challenge to its strict law and overturn Roe vs. Wade.


Who needs COVID boosters? Experts must decide with incomplete data

Scientists are trying to decide who should be eligible for COVID-19 booster shots, but they're missing key data that would help them.


With the federal eviction moratorium over, many call Las Vegas' Desert Moon Motel home

The Desert Moon Motel in Las Vegas is home to people evicted during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Studies confirm COVID-19 vaccine's effectiveness in teens, even against Delta

The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine greatly reduced the risk of coronavirus infection and COVID-19 in teens despite the Delta variant's rise.


Voting rights bill dies in Senate, amping up pressure to end filibuster

The Senate's failure to pass voting rights bill is likely to intensify pressure from progressives on Democratic leaders to eliminate the filibuster.


House Jan. 6 panel votes to hold ex-Trump advisor Stephen Bannon in contempt

The House Jan. 6 committee investigating the Capitol riot votes to hold ex-Trump advisor Stephen K. Bannon in criminal contempt for defying a subpoena.


What Colin Powell's death tells us a and doesn't a about COVID-19 and vaccines

Experts say his death should not be interpreted as a failure of COVID-19 vaccines in the broader population.


Biden administration urges Supreme Court to suspend Texas abortion law

The Justice Department files an emergency appeal urging the Supreme Court to suspend the Texas law that has banned most abortions there.


Colin Powell, America's first Black secretary of State, dies at 84

Colin Powell, the first Black secretary of State and chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, dies of COVID-19 complications after bout with blood cancer.


Column: For Nancy Pelosi, maybe one last chance to do something really, really big

Passing President Biden's agenda would be a huge test for Nancy Pelosi, one of the most effective House speakers in history.


Podcast: A matter of a piA+-on

The piA+-on nut is a beloved snack of the American Southwest, surrounded by traditions. But the harvest is getting smaller and smaller.


Despite promises to lift some Trump sanctions, Biden leaves Cuba in deep freeze

Despite campaign promises on Cuba, President Biden has not opened paths on the remittances and travel some say would most help islanders.


These clinics in Mexico are trying to stop abortions by duping women

Antiabortion groups lure in women by advertising abortions. Then the pressure campaign to continue pregnancy begins.


Kidnapping of American missionaries in Haiti highlights the perils of religious workers abroad

From the Philippines to El Salvador, there is a long history of American missionaries facing violence while trying to spread their religions abroad.


Will Matthew McConaughey run for governor of Texas?

Since spring, actor Matthew McConaughey has been considering a run for governor of Texas, but he has not committed.


Second Opinion: Refrigeration alone can't solve the 'last mile' problem for COVID vaccines

Humanitarian aid groups have experience countering myths and misinformation to overcome vaccine hesitancy in low-income countries.


Missionaries kidnapped in Haiti, U.S. religious group says

Several U.S. missionaries including children were kidnapped in Haiti, according to the Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries.


Former President Clinton expects to be discharged from Orange County hospital on Sunday

Clinton, 75, was admitted to UC Irvine Medical Center on Tuesday after feeling fatigued.


Mexico's new culture war: Did a pyramid light show 'decolonize' or rewrite history?

Monument removals and a replica of the Templo Mayor pyramid infuriated critics, but can Mexico's populist government spark an Indigenous cultural renaissance?


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