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What do you do if you think you have VITT? What we know of the rare clotting disorder

What do you do if you think you have VITT? What we know of the rare clotting disorder

A new blood-clotting syndrome seen in a small minority of COVID-19 vaccine recipients continues to draw significant attention, but experts maintain the event is exceedingly rare — and treatable, in most cases.
US doctors group issues anti-racism plan for itself, field

US doctors group issues anti-racism plan for itself, field

The nation’s largest doctors group Tuesday released a comprehensive plan aimed at dismantling structural racism inside its own ranks and within the U.S. medical establishment.
Graffiti on Bates campus targets Israel, protests deaths

Graffiti on Bates campus targets Israel, protests deaths

LEWISTON, Maine (AP) — Police have referred an investigation into graffiti on the campus of Bates College that targeted Israel and supported Palestinian rights to the state Attorney General’s Office as a possible hate crime.
Men plead not guilty to hate crimes in Ahmaud Arbery death

Men plead not guilty to hate crimes in Ahmaud Arbery death

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (AP) — Three Georgia men pleaded not guilty to federal hate crime charges Tuesday in the slaying of Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old Black man who was chased and shot after being spotted running in the white defendants' neighborhood.
AP's Sally Buzbee named exec editor of The Washington Post

AP's Sally Buzbee named exec editor of The Washington Post

NEW YORK (AP) — Reenergized under owner Jeff Bezos, The Washington Post named Associated Press veteran Sally Buzbee as its executive editor Tuesday, making her the first woman in the paper's 144-year history to lead the newsroom.
Afghan officials: Taliban gain control of a district HQ

Afghan officials: Taliban gain control of a district HQ

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — The Taliban gained control on Tuesday of a strategic district headquarters in a province in central Afghanistan, just southwest of the capital of Kabul, a provincial council official said.
Dutch move toward further easing of coronavirus lockdown

Dutch move toward further easing of coronavirus lockdown

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — Dutch zoos and theme parks will be allowed to reopen next week under strict conditions and bars and cafes can extend the opening hours of their outdoor terraces, if hospital and intensive care admissions continue to fall
The Latest: Arab FMs urge war crimes probe against Israel

The Latest: Arab FMs urge war crimes probe against Israel

JERUSALEM (AP) — The Latest on confrontations between Israelis and Palestinians , sparked by weeks of tensions in contested Jerusalem and as Israel has signaled it's widening its military campaign: CAIRO — Arab foreign ministers have urged the Intern
Youngest Dubai DJ scratches her way to fame in world contest

Youngest Dubai DJ scratches her way to fame in world contest

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Michelle Rasul had just learned to read and write and was already spinning turntables, scratching hip-hop records and making the beats drop.
The Latest: Vaccination rates lowest in Southern states

The Latest: Vaccination rates lowest in Southern states

NEW YORK — Vaccination rates for retirement-age Americans have been lowest in states in the South, according to a new government study.
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