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Cuomo Faces New Claims of Sexual Harassment From Current Aide
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U.S. Rushes to Expand Covid Vaccine Eligibility in a 'Race Against Time'

U.S. Rushes to Expand Covid Vaccine Eligibility in a 'Race Against Time'

By Julie Bosman and Mitch Smith

As coronavirus cases nationwide have plateaued, at least 20 states have committed in recent days to widening the list of people who may get a vaccine.

Cuomo Faces New Claims of Sexual Harassment From Current Aide

Cuomo Faces New Claims of Sexual Harassment From Current Aide

By Jesse McKinley

The aide, Alyssa McGrath, accused Gov. Andrew Cuomo of ogling her body, remarking on her looks, and making suggestive comments to her and another woman in his office.

'All I Can Think About Is Her': Families Grieve for Victims of Atlanta Attacks

'All I Can Think About Is Her': Families Grieve for Victims of Atlanta Attacks

By Juliana Kim, Corina Knoll and Campbell Robertson

Among the eight people killed at Atlanta-area spas this week was a wife going for a massage with her husband, and immigrant mothers working long hours to support their children.

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The Water on Mars Vanished. This Might Be Where It Went.

Science

The Water on Mars Vanished. This Might Be Where It Went.

By Kenneth Chang

Mars once had rivers, lakes and seas. Although the planet is now desert dry, scientists say most of the water is still there, just locked up in rocks.

The Deep American Roots of the Atlanta Shootings

Opinion

The Deep American Roots of the Atlanta Shootings

By May Jeong

The victims lived at the nexus of race, gender and class.

Today's Videos

Biden and Harris Condemn Violence Against Asian-Americans

Video Video: Biden and Harris Condemn Violence Against Asian-Americans

By The Associated Press

President Biden and Vice President Harris expressed grief for the victims of the mass shooting in Atlanta and outrage over increasing violence against Asian-Americans. Six of the victims were of Asian descent.

China Talks Were Challenging but 'Candid,' Blinken Says

Video Video: China Talks Were Challenging but 'Candid,' Blinken Says

By The Associated Press

Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken and Jake Sullivan, the national security adviser, said Friday that they had raised contentious matters with their Chinese counterparts over two days.

Europe Begins Administering AstraZeneca Vaccines Again

Video Video: Europe Begins Administering AstraZeneca Vaccines Again

By The Associated Press

On Friday, governments across Europe raced to restart use of AstraZeneca's coronavirus vaccine after the announcement from the European Union's top drug regulator on Thursday that the shots were safe and effective.

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