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New federal guidance not permits wide-ranging removal of masks in U.S.2021-05-17
New mask guidance for vaccinated individuals does not grant permission for widespread removal of masks, the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Rochelle Walensky said on Sunday.
U.S. Fed needs to see "several more months of data" before considering policy shift: official2021-05-14
The U.S. Federal Reserve needs to see "several more months of data" before considering changes to its ultra-easy monetary policy, a senior Fed official said on Thursday.
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Panic buying prolongs fuel shortages in southeastern U.S.
Ouster of anti-Trump Cheney from House GOP leadership may deepen party's division2021-05-13
The ouster of Liz Cheney, a fierce critic of former U.S. President Donald Trump over his narrative of "a stolen election," from House Republican leadership on Wednesday morning, is thought to have underscored Trump's massive and continuing importance in the increasingly divided Republican Party with uncertain consequences.
Pipeline breakdown leads to urgent issues for Biden administration2021-05-13
The temporary shutdown of the U.S. largest conduit for gasoline and diesel over the weekend has conspicuously triggered off a dire situation of triple predicament for the Joe Biden administration to cope with, which might escalate and deteriorate on the three fronts of fuel supply, energy development and cyber security if not addressed on urgent basis.
7 people die in birthday party shooting in U.S. Colorado2021-05-10
Six adults were killed early Sunday morning when a suspect opened fire at a birthday party in Colorado Springs, a city in U.S. state of Colorado, police said, adding the suspect took his own life on scene.
The motives behind GOP move to oust dissenter Cheney2021-05-10
Republicans are moving to replace House Republican Conference Chair Congresswoman Liz Cheney -- one of the few in her party who refuses to march in lockstep with former U.S. President Donald Trump.
Blinken admits some U.S. actions undermine int'l order2021-05-09
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Friday that some U.S. actions in recent years have undermined the rules-based world order.
Death toll rises to 25 in Rio de Janeiro police operation2021-05-07
At least 25 people were killed and another five injured on Thursday in an intense shootout in northern Rio de Janeiro between police and suspected drug traffickers.
Biden says he hopes to meet Putin during Europe trip in June2021-05-05
U.S. President Joe Biden said Tuesday that he expects to hold a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin during his trip to Europe in June.
Convict in Floyd murder case Chauvin asks for new trial2021-05-05
Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer convicted of murdering black man George Floyd, filed a request Tuesday asking for a new trial.
Two dead, 23 transported to hospitals after vessel overturns off U.S. San Diego coast2021-05-03
Two people were killed and 23 others transported to hospitals after a vessel overturned Sunday off the coast of the U.S. city of San Diego, authorities said.
COVID-19 variants make up majority of Canada's new cases2021-05-03
Canada reported 7,145 new cases of COVID-19 Sunday, bringing the cumulative total to 1,234,181 cases, including 24,300 deaths, according to CTV.
NASA's SpaceX first crew mission on way home from space station2021-05-02
NASA's SpaceX Crew-1 mission undocked from the International Space Station (ISS) on Saturday and was on its way back to Earth.
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