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Stocks drop after Fed update The Dow dropped more than 300 points at one point after the Fed’s update. With the Fed raising its inflation expectations and now seeing two rate hikes in 2023, investors decided to take risk off. The Dow was last down about 240 points. One bright spot was bank stocks with …

A well-fed songbird jumps around in grass near Washington, D.C. On its back it carries a very small, lightweight electronic device called a tag. The bird, a robin, sees an insect nearby. The bird attacks fast — and wins a meal. Ecology scientist Emily Williams watches from behind a bush. On this clear spring day, …

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – UF Health Jacksonville is part of Moderna’s clinical trials to make coronavirus vaccines available to the youngest children in the U.S. The trial, underway right now, is to determine if the vaccine is safe and effective younger than age 2. The first children taking part in the UF Health Jacksonville trial were immunized …

PETALING JAYA: Photographs taken by hospital frontliners of patients being treated in intensive care units (ICU) were released by the Health Ministry as a grim reminder that hospitals are running out of life-saving facilities. “Photographs shared by the frontliners who are the nation’s forefront battling the deadly Covid-19 virus. “This is the true situation in …

Former YouTube star and undefeated pro boxer Jake Paul (2-0) welcomes former MMA champion Ben Askren to the ring in the main event of Saturday’s Triller Fight Club card from the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.  Despite the bizarre nature of the headlining bout, plenty of eyes will be watching thanks to Paul’s massive social media …

SAN ANTONIO – Spring break is just around the corner for many area schools and the San Antonio International Airport says it will continue to enforce COVID-19 safety measures enacted at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. According to a statement by airport officials, the airport does not expect as many travelers as it has …

Winter break officially kicked off after Friday’s instruction at Ripon Unified. And to make sure Ripon Unified students can return to in-person learning next month when the holidays are over, district officials are imploring students and their families to follow recommended COVID-19 protocols including social distancing, wearing face masks and minimal interactions with people outside …

As we approach Thanksgiving, public health officials are urging residents to follow their guidance for the holidays to help slow the spread of COVID-19. The CDC says the safest way to celebrate Thanksgiving this year is at home with the people you live with. And Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds’ latest proclamation limits indoor gatherings to …

QUINCY (WGEM) — Thanksgiving Break is less than a week away for Quincy Public Schools. Superintendent Roy Webb is emphasizing the importance for families and students to abide by the health department’s COVID-19 precautions. Webb said this week’s spike in COVID-19 cases impacted the district’s staff and bus drivers. “Our real push is to work …

Technology companies’ services could be banned from the European market if they do not follow European Union regulations, Europe’s industry chief Thierry Breton told German weekly Welt am Sonntag, as the European Commission finalises rules on internet companies. Breton will announce new draft rules known as the Digital Services Act and the Digital Markets Act …