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Robert Cicchetti/iStock (WASHINGTON) — The Department of Justice plans to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to temporarily block the most restrictive abortion law in the country, after a federal appeals court ruled Thursday that the Texas statute can remain in effect amid an ongoing legal challenge. The law, known as SB8, bans physicians from providing […]

JHVEPhoto/iStock (WASHINGTON) — A day after voting in support of Moderna booster shots for certain at-risk Americans, an independent Food and Drug Administration advisory panel on Friday voted to move forward with Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine boosters. The panel’s decision on J&J was broader then it was for Moderna and Pfizer as it applies […]

uschools/iStock (WASHINGTON) — A U.S. Capitol Police officer has been arrested and charged with obstruction of justice over allegations he encouraged an alleged participant of the Jan. 6 riot to delete social media posts that showed the person joining the pro-Trump mob storming the Capitol, authorities said Friday. Michael Riley, an officer with more than […]

Shudder The thriller streaming service Shudder will soon serve an up-close and personal look at some of movies’ scariest baddies, perfect for Halloween viewing. Behind the Monsters examines the nightmare fuel from the films A Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th, Halloween, Child’s Play, Hellraiser, and of course, Candyman. The docuseries drops a new installment each Wednesday, premiering October 27 with a deep dive […]

Marvel Studios Disney+ has announced that it will launch its latest Marvel Studios project, Hawkeye, with a double-episode premiere on November 24 — and co-star Hailee Steinfeld can’t wait.  In fact, she still can’t believe she’s now part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. “I mean, I still am comprehending the fact that I’m even a part of it,” she tells KJMM […]

Zoe Norfolk/Getty Images (ESSEX, England) — David Amess, a conservative British member of Parliament, died Friday after being stabbed multiple times, officials said. Amess, 69, represented Southend West in Essex. He was attacked while holding his monthly “meet and greet” with voters at Belfairs Methodist Church in Leigh-on-Sea, British outlet Sky News reported. The motive […]

yorkfoto/iStock (LIPSK, Poland) — It was pitch black as the activists entered the forest. Even with headlamps and torches, their beams shone only small windows into the darkness, illuminating the trunks of birch trees. The activists, from the migrants rights group, Grupa Granica, were looking for a small group of men who a short while […]

wellesenterprises/iStock (FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.) — The 11 mass deadly school shootings that happened since Columbine There have been many more shootings, but 11 with four or more victims. Nikolas Cruz will plead guilty in the killing of 17 people in the Parkland, Florida, mass shooting, a defense attorney said in court Friday. On Feb. 14, […]

kieferpix/iStock (NEW YORK) — Miscarriage — the loss of a pregnancy — is a common occurrence that affects countless women but remains a taboo topic for many. Statistics differ, but according to the Mayo Clinic, for women who know they’re pregnant, about 10 to 20% will experience a first trimester loss. That number is likely […]

Evgenia Parajanian/iStock (NEW YORK) — Holiday travel may be more chaotic this year, experts warn, as looming vaccination deadlines threaten airline and airport staffing. Forty percent of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) workforce hasn’t received a single dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, the agency said Thursday, and they only have until Nov. 22 to get […]