FDA clears Covid omicron vaccines for children as young as 6 months old

FDA clears Covid omicron vaccines for children as young as 6 months old

9-month-old Oliver Harris cries after receiving a coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine at Northwell Health’s Cohen Children’s Medical Center in New Hyde Park, New York, U.S., June 22, 2022. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton Shannon Stapleton | Reuters The Food and Drug Administration on Thursday authorized updated Covid injections that target the omicron variant for children as young as … Read more

Doria Ragland ‘regrets’ not making her daughter Meghan, Duchess of Sussex more aware of racial prejudice

Doria Ragland ‘regrets’ not making her daughter Meghan, Duchess of Sussex more aware of racial prejudice

London CNN — Doria Ragland has described how she realized Prince Harry was “the one” for her daughter Meghan in the highly anticipated Netflix documentary series released on Thursday. In his first extensive public comments, Ragland also admitted his fears for his safety and his regrets as a parent. “The last five years have been … Read more

Kim Kardashian and Other Celebrities Beat Crypto Investor Lawsuit

Kim Kardashian and Other Celebrities Beat Crypto Investor Lawsuit

Reuters — A California federal judge on Wednesday dismissed a lawsuit against reality TV star Kim Kardashian, boxing legend Floyd Mayweather Jr. and others for their role in promoting a cryptocurrency, saying that it was unclear whether the investors who sued actually saw the promotions. The lawsuit filed in January claims EthereumMax executives conspired with … Read more

Dow Jones Approves Unemployment Insurance Demands; Inflation data next; Tesla stock skids near 2022 lows

Dow Jones Approves Unemployment Insurance Demands;  Inflation data next;  Tesla stock skids near 2022 lows

The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained more than 200 points on Thursday as energy stocks and China-exposed issues boosted early trade. Weekly jobless claims data from the Labor Department came in higher than expected. And Tesla stock briefly fell nearly 3% after Bloomberg reported the company had shortened shifts at the Shanghai factory and delayed … Read more

Wonder Woman 3 canceled and Henry Cavill’s return as Superman uncertain

Wonder Woman 3 canceled and Henry Cavill’s return as Superman uncertain

Warner Bros. is not moving forward with a third Wonder Woman movie from director Patty Jenkins and star Gal Gadot, according to a new report. Sources told The Hollywood Reporter that the project “is not moving forward and is considered dead in its current incarnation.” The move comes as director James Gunn and producer Peter … Read more

A letter from the founder of Apple supplier Foxconn prompted China to relax zero-Covid rules

A letter from the founder of Apple supplier Foxconn prompted China to relax zero-Covid rules

A letter from the founder of the world’s largest iPhone assembler played a major role in persuading the leadership of the Communist Party of China to speed up plans to dismantle the country’s zero-tolerance policies against Covid-19, people familiar with say folder. In the letter to Chinese leaders, Foxconn Technology Group founder Terry Gou warned … Read more

Harry and Meghan documentary on Netflix criticizes royal family’s ‘unconscious bias’

Harry and Meghan documentary on Netflix criticizes royal family’s ‘unconscious bias’

London CNN — Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex have taken aim at ‘unconscious bias’ within the royal family and defended their decision to leave the institution, as their highly anticipated Netflix documentary series threatens to deepen the split between the couple and Buckingham Palace. The project’s first three episodes, titled ‘Harry & Meghan’, … Read more

The Ministry of Justice asks the bankers to confess their misdeeds

The Ministry of Justice asks the bankers to confess their misdeeds

U.S. Attorney Marshall Miller (C), William Nardini (R) and Kristin Mace attend a news conference in Rome February 11, 2014. Tony Nice | Reuters Banks and other businesses that proactively report possible employee crimes to the government instead of waiting to be discovered will benefit from more lenient terms, according to a Justice Department official. … Read more