The families of Israeli athletes murdered at the 1972 Munich Olympics are unhappy with fresh German compensation offers and plan to boycott a ceremony marking the 50th anniversary of the attack in protest, their spokesperson told Reuters on Friday.
U.S. President Joe Biden should announce his candidacy for re-election sooner than usual following November's congressional race in a bid to squash speculation about the Democrat's plans ahead of the 2024 campaign, several sources said.
The recommendation from the FDA comes after a study revealed that repeat antigen testing provided a better chance for accurate test results.
U.S. regulators raised doubts about Cheniere Energy's decision to install higher-polluting gas-fired turbines at its Gulf Coast liquefied natural gas terminals in Texas and Louisiana years before they began operating, according to documents reviewed by Reuters.
The worker has been booked on one count of aggravated assault.
It is estimated that the count of elephants worldwide has slashed by 62% over the past decade.
The contents of the phone calls are "vulgar, threatening, or obscene," according to court records.
Twitter users raised concerns about a job posting from the IRS that noted willingness to "use deadly force, if necessary" as a major duty for special agents.
Big Pharma spent more than any other industry to lobby Congress and federal agencies this year, a Reuters analysis shows, but is still on course for a major defeat by failing to stop a bill that allows the government to negotiate prices on select drugs.
In West Virginia, a solar field could soon rise atop an abandoned coal mine, and factories will soon be churning out batteries and electric school buses.
Gunfire has long echoed in New York's Adirondack Mountains.