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Moderna and U.S. at Odds Over Vaccine Patent Rights

Moderna and U.S. at Odds Over Vaccine Patent Rights

By Sheryl Gay Stolberg and Rebecca Robbins

Moderna's patent application names several employees as the sole inventors of a crucial component of its coronavirus vaccine, excluding three government scientists.

The Biggest Kink in America's Supply Chain: Not Enough Truckers

The Biggest Kink in America's Supply Chain: Not Enough Truckers

By Madeleine Ngo and Ana Swanson

Long hours and uncomfortable working conditions are leading to a shortage of truck drivers, which has compounded shipping delays in the United States.

In France, the People the Climate Summit Forgot

In France, the People the Climate Summit Forgot

By Roger Cohen

In one area of France, worries about rising energy prices trump anxiety about rising temperatures, raising fears of a resurgence of the Yellow Vest social uprising.

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Athletes in a Ravaged Louisiana Town Try to Run Back to Normalcy

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Athletes in a Ravaged Louisiana Town Try to Run Back to Normalcy

By Jeré Longman and Bryan Tarnowski

Hurricane Ida knocked down much of Grand Isle, La., but the town's cross-country team is determined to compete in the state championship meet.

What 'Structural Racism' Really Means

Opinion | Jamelle Bouie

What 'Structural Racism' Really Means

By Jamelle Bouie

As the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. wrote, "an edifice which produces beggars needs restructuring."

Today's Videos

Ethiopian Authorities Detain 16 U.N. Staff Members

Video Video: Ethiopian Authorities Detain 16 U.N. Staff Members

By Reuters

No explanation was given as to why the workers had been detained. The United Nations was seeking their immediate release, according to a spokesman.

Survivor Shot by Rittenhouse Describes Encounter

Video Video: Survivor Shot by Rittenhouse Describes Encounter

By The Associated Press

Gaige Grosskreutz, the only person who survived being shot by Kyle Rittenhouse during protests in Kenosha, Wis., in August 2020, took the witness stand. Mr. Grosskreutz, who was armed, was shot while responding to an earlier shooting.

England Will Require Frontline Health Workers to Get Vaccinated

Video Video: England Will Require Frontline Health Workers to Get Vaccinated

By Reuters

Sajid Javid, Britain's health secretary, said frontline health workers in England must be vaccinated against Covid-19 by April in order to "avoid preventable harm and protect patients."

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