Today's Headlines: Biden to Send 500 Million Doses of Pfizer Vaccine to 100 Countries Over a Year

U.S. Weighs Possibility of Airstrikes if Afghan Forces Face Crisis
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Biden to Send 500 Million Doses of Pfizer Vaccine to 100 Countries Over a Year

Biden to Send 500 Million Doses of Pfizer Vaccine to 100 Countries Over a Year

By Sharon LaFraniere, Sheryl Gay Stolberg and Noah Weiland

The White House's move is part of a nascent campaign to inoculate the world, and came as President Biden faced intense pressure to do more.

U.S. Weighs Possibility of Airstrikes if Afghan Forces Face Crisis

U.S. Weighs Possibility of Airstrikes if Afghan Forces Face Crisis

By Helene Cooper, Eric Schmitt and Thomas Gibbons-Neff

The Pentagon is considering whether to intervene with warplanes or drones in the event that Kabul is in danger of falling to the Taliban, though no decisions have been made.

Where Does Eric Adams Live? Rivals Question His Residency and Ethics.

Where Does Eric Adams Live? Rivals Question His Residency and Ethics.

By Katie Glueck, Jeffery C. Mays and Michael Rothfeld

Mr. Adams, a leading candidate for New York mayor, tried to rebut questions about whether he lives part-time in New Jersey, while his opponents sought to cast doubt on his truthfulness.

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After a Year of Protests, Portland Is Ready to Move On. But Where?

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After a Year of Protests, Portland Is Ready to Move On. But Where?

By Kirk Johnson and Sergio Olmos

The demonstrations that swept the country after George Floyd's death lived on for much of the year in Portland, a city now engaged in finger-pointing and a debate over what comes next.

We're Mississippi's Last Abortion Clinic, and We're Braced for the Worst

Opinion | Guest Essay

We're Mississippi's Last Abortion Clinic, and We're Braced for the Worst

By Shannon Brewer

We've long needed federal intervention to protect abortion rights, but it's never been more urgent.

Today's Videos

10 Mine-Clearing Workers Are Killed in Afghanistan Attack

Video Video: 10 Mine-Clearing Workers Are Killed in Afghanistan Attack

By The Associated Press and Reuters

Gunmen killed at least 10 people and injured 16 in an attack on staff members of a British-American charity working in Afghanistan to remove land mines, officials said on Wednesday.

Thousands Mourn Muslim Family Killed in Canada Vehicle Attack

Video Video: Thousands Mourn Muslim Family Killed in Canada Vehicle Attack

By Storyful

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada condemned Islamophobia on Tuesday at a vigil for the Afzaal-Salman family. Four members of the family were killed and a young boy was injured on Sunday by a driver who police said targeted them for their Muslim faith.

Biden Calls for Democracies to Face Global Challenges Together

Video Video: Biden Calls for Democracies to Face Global Challenges Together

By Reuters

President Biden described America's democratic alliances as vital to the world's future during an address to American troops in Britain on Wednesday. The speech kicked off his first foreign trip as president.

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