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North Dakota oil executive pleads guilty in fraud scheme

BISMARCK, N.D.
More questions for J&J vaccine boosters ahead of FDA review

More questions for J&J vaccine boosters ahead of FDA review

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Food and Drug Administration is wrestling with whether and when to offer another dose of the single-shot Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, while a new study out Wednesday raises the prospect that using a different brand as
Biden tries to tame inflation by having LA port open 24/7

Biden tries to tame inflation by having LA port open 24/7

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden tried to reassure Americans on Wednesday that he can tame high inflation , announcing a deal to expand operations at the Port of Los Angeles as prices keep climbing and container ships wait to dock in a traffic j
Genetically modified P.E.I. salmon 'available for sale,' but maybe not in stores yet

Genetically modified P.E.I. salmon 'available for sale,' but maybe not in stores yet

HALIFAX — The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says genetically modified salmon produced in Prince Edward Island is "available for sale" in Canada, but when and where consumers can purchase the food remains unclear.
Study: 'Sociability' hormone didn't help kids with autism

Study: 'Sociability' hormone didn't help kids with autism

Children with autism didn't benefit from an experimental therapy made with a hormone thought to promote social bonding, researchers reported Wednesday in the largest study of its kind. “This is really a major setback," said Dr.
Review: ‘Halloween Kills’ is a gruesome mess

Review: ‘Halloween Kills’ is a gruesome mess

The poor folks of Haddonfield, Illinois, are having the worst and longest Halloween ever. It seems one movie wasn’t enough to contain Michael Myers’ 40th anniversary rampage.
Review: An idiosyncratic tribute for an idiosyncratic band

Review: An idiosyncratic tribute for an idiosyncratic band

As a young man starting college, director Todd Haynes fell immediately for the Velvet Underground — the band which, musician Brian Eno famously said, didn’t sell many records, but everyone who bought one went and started a band.
Tech, materials sectors help lift S&P/TSX composite higher despite energy dip

Tech, materials sectors help lift S&P/TSX composite higher despite energy dip

TORONTO — A broad-based rally led by the technology and materials sectors helped to lift Canada's main stock index midweek even though a dip in crude oil prices pushed energy lower. The S&P/TSX composite index closed up 181.35 points to 20,618.
Review: Medieval and #MeToo clash in 'The Last Duel'

Review: Medieval and #MeToo clash in 'The Last Duel'

On its mud-and-blood surface, “The Last Duel” seems like a familiar slog. The film, directed by Ridley Scott, begins with all the expected medieval trappings: gory battlefields, imposing stone castles, the clop of horses.
Apple CEO, NBA's Dwyane Wade help LGBTQ group build homes

Apple CEO, NBA's Dwyane Wade help LGBTQ group build homes

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Apple CEO Tim Cook and retired NBA All-Star Dwyane Wade joined Utah leaders Wednesday to announce the completion of a local advocacy group's campaign to build new homes that provide services for LGBTQ youth in the U.S. West.