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Chamber of Commerce Seeks End to Enhanced US Jobless Aid

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is calling for Washington to immediately stop paying out-of-work Americans an extra $300 a week in unemployment benefits, saying the boost in government...

WHO Panel OKs Emergency Use of China's Sinopharm Vaccine

GENEVA — The World Health Organization on Friday gave its authorization for emergency use of a COVID-19 vaccine manufactured by China's Sinopharm, potentially paving...

Talks "Intensify" on Bringing US Back to Iran Nuclear Deal

VIENNA — World powers held a fourth round of high-level talks Friday aimed at bringing the United States back into the nuclear deal with Iran, with both sides signaling a...

Cyprus Will Scrap Text OK's Require "Coronapass" for Moving About

NICOSIA -- Moving to ease out of another lockdown aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19, Cyprus' government will end a requirement that people get permission on their cellphones to be outside their homes in favor of a so-called Coronapass.

Cypriots Will Need Tests Or Inoculation to Eat Out, Worship

NICOSIA — Cyprus unveiled on Thursday a phased rollback of COVID-19 lockdown restrictions over the next month, including a shortened curfew and a reopening of all schools next week.

COVID-19 Still Around But Cyprus Open to Safe Tourists May 10

NICOSIA -- While still struggling to contain the COVID-19 pandemic, Cyprus will allow tourists from 65 countries to enter beginning May 10 if they have proof of being fully vaccinated, including those from the United States.

Associated Press Explains: Why Patents on COVID Vaccines Are So Contentious

The Biden administration's call to lift patent protections on COVID-19 vaccines to help poor parts of the world get more doses has drawn praise from some countries and health...

Prenatal Stress Can Program a Child's Brain for Later Health Issues

Soaring blood pressure. A racing heartbeat. Trouble sleeping. Excessive worrying. Difficulty concentrating. These are warning signs of out-of-control stress and anxiety, and their...

Nocturnal Dinosaurs: Night Vision and Superb Hearing in a Small Theropod Suggest It Was a Moonlight Predator

Today, barn owls, bats, leopards and many other animals rely on their keen senses to live and hunt under the dim light of stars. These nighttime specialists avoid the competition...

Holland American Line Joins Rush for Greece Cruise Ship Return

AMSTERDAM -- It's not just airlines adding seats and flights to Athens with a general opening of tourism on May 15, but cruise ships too, with a virtual caravan of them wanting...

TripAdvisor Removes Insensitive Review of Auschwitz Museum

NEEDHAM, Mass. — Travel website TripAdvisor has removed an insensitive review of the Auschwitz Museum after initially saying it complied with its submission guidelines...

Pfizer Aims for Full FDA Approval of Vaccine

NEW YORK — Drugmaker Pfizer has begun the process to earn full U.S. regulatory approval for its COVID-19 vaccine for people aged 16 and older.

Japan Extends Tokyo State of Emergency

TOKYO — Japan extended its state of emergency in Tokyo and other areas through May 31.

WHO Panel Set to Decide on Emergency Use of Chinese Vaccine

GENEVA — A key World Health Organization panel was set to decide Friday whether to authorize emergency of a Chinese-made COVID-19 vaccine, a WHO spokesperson said, potentially...