As the world reeled, tech titans supplied the tools that made life and work possible. Now the companies are awash in money — and questions about what it means to win amid so much loss.
The airstrikes showed American willingness to back up beleaguered Afghan government forces as the Taliban advance, but the extent of that willingness remains unclear.
The new numbers still show overwhelmingly strong protection against severe disease but diminished effectiveness against infection.
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Las vacunas protegen contra las variantes, pero los consejos contradictorios de las autoridades sanitarias sobre las mascarillas han desconcertado a un público preocupado.
The always-confounding Tampa Bay Rays have already been buyers and sellers in a lead-up to the trade deadline, which may see big changes for the Chicago Cubs and others.
But the tortuous path it’s taken highlights the obstacles in expanding the low-income health program in other states where it has not been welcomed.
Team U.S.A. said that the schedule was being adjusted because of an “inclement weather forecast.” Reports show that a storm could hit the Tokyo region on Tuesday.
The match was not played because the Czech athlete Marketa Slukova had tested positive for the coronavirus. She is one of several members of the country’s Olympic team who are infected.
The majority of people polled in Japan wanted the Games canceled or postponed, but a small group reveled in the chance to attend the opening ceremony.
Simone Biles and Megan Rapinoe were among the U.S. athletes who skipped the opening ceremony to focus on training.
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