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Facebook said that "malicious actors" scraped the data through a vulnerability that it fixed in 2019. But the publicly available data still leaves millions of users vulnerable, security experts say.
So, you've successfully scored a vaccine — or at least an appointment. Congrats! That's amazing news, seriously! Now what about those side effects? And do you have to keep up that double masking?
A dip of 86% in doses to be distributed to states follows a surge that occurred after one of J&J's third party manufacturers was finally able to release a stockpile.
One of the hottest areas of research right now: studies to determine how well current vaccines work against emerging coronavirus "variants of concern."
In response to attacks against Asian Americans, there are efforts in some major U.S. cities to pool funds for taxi or app-based rides for people who feel unsafe walking or taking public transport.
Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear signed the partial ban on no-knock warrants at a ceremony on Friday as members of Taylor's family looked on.
The airplane manufacturer says the issue is not related to the software system that has been blamed in the fatal crashes that killed 346 people.
Kim Jong Un calls for the country to prepare for another "arduous march" — using a phrase that has come to describe the disastrous and prolonged food shortages of the '90s.
Amazon avoided the prospect of a first unionized warehouse in America, where it's now the second-largest private employer. The vote in Alabama had prompted new interest in unions across the country.
Brad Raffensperger defended the security of his state's election against former President Donald Trump's claims of fraud. Now the official backs a new law promising election integrity.
An ear made from an apple, a spinal cord rebuilt using asparagus...it sounds like bizarre science fiction. But Andrew Pelling is working on a way to revive human tissue with a trip to the supermarket.
Long-term care options are expensive and often out of reach for elders and people with disabilities. Part of the president's proposed infrastructure plan would help fund home-based health services.
Federal investigators continue to make arrests into the insurrection at the Capitol months after the siege.
Bolsonaro has downplayed the threat of the coronavirus while arguing that the economic and emotional impacts of shutdowns would harm more Brazilians than the pandemic.
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Director Chris Smith On Exposing A System Of Privilege In His Film ‘Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal’| April 09 2021, 9:16 AM
The film “Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal” tackles an issue close to home here in Southern California.
Larry Mantle and KPCC film critics Christy Lemire and Andy Klein review this weekend’s new movie releases.
Remembering Prince Philip, Husband Of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, And His Decades-Long Role In The Monarchy| April 09 2021, 9:21 AM
Prince Philip, the irascible and tough-minded husband of Queen Elizabeth II who spent more than seven decades supporting his wife in a role that both defined and constricted his life, has died, Buckingham Palace said Friday. He was 99.
COVID-19: Advisors Don’t Foresee Astraeneca Vaccine Use In US, Study Shows Moderna Vaccine Leads To More Side Effects And More| April 09 2021, 9:16 AM
In our continuing series looking at the latest medical research and news on COVID-19, we speak with nurse and UCLA professor Kristen R Choi.
As Live Venues Get Greenlight To Reopen, Los Angeles Philharmonic Association CEO Announces Return Of Live Concerts To Outdoor Venues| April 09 2021, 9:12 AM
Following Governor Gavin Newsom’s announcement earlier this week that California would lift COVID restrictions on industries and end the state’s tier system for regulating operation and capacity of businesses, the L.A. Phil is announcing its return with the news that it will reopen The Hollywood Bowl and The Ford will reopen for live music events this year.