Posts Tagged ‘USA Today’

USA TODAY/Pfizer, one of the front-runners in the quest for a COVID-19 vaccine, said its candidate vaccine looks safe, and the company expects to have...

USA TODAY/Since Aug. 9, thousands of pro-democracy protesters across Belarus – a European country a little smaller than Kansas – have taken to the streets every day to...

USA Today – As Labor Day looms, launching the campaign’s final sprint, the survey finds significant skepticism about whether the election itself can be trusted. If...

USA TODAY/“It’s an uphill fight,” said Cable, who is leading a Des Moines school district committee working on the issue. “It’s one thing to say you...

USA TODAY/The Iraq War vet remembers leaving his tech job in the San Francisco Bay Area and taking a BART train to join an Occupy Oakland...

USA TODAY – Weeks of protests and the presence of federal authorities in Portland have brought the Oregon city into the national spotlight as tensions...

USA Today – The timeline for a coronavirus vaccine gets murkier by the day as political leaders and pharmaceutical companies can’t seem to agree on when a...

USA Today – 24/7 Tempo has compiled a list of the world’s most stressed-out cities. We created an index of eight city- and country-level measures...

USA Today – In 1967, The Beatles held a press conference announcing they would be following guru Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.  Historic video report at USA...

USA TODAY/In a paper published Friday, researchers found that SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, instead attacks the cells that support those smell-detecting neurons but not the neurons...

USA Today – Authorities in Portland, Oregon used what appeared to be tear gas and flash grenades as demonstrators were driven away from the federal...

USA TODAY/An analysis published Wednesday by Oxfam America, a Boston-based activist organization, found that 17 of the top 25 most profitable U.S. corporations, including Microsoft, Intel,...