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Judge holds veteran journalist Catherine Herridge in civil contempt for refusing to divulge source

Judge holds veteran journalist Catherine Herridge in civil contempt for refusing to divulge source

WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal judge held veteran investigative reporter Catherine Herridge in civil contempt on Thursday for refusing to divulge her source for a series of Fox News stories about a Chinese American scientist who was investigated by the
Oscar winner John Williams among 19 new members of American Academy of Arts and Letters

Oscar winner John Williams among 19 new members of American Academy of Arts and Letters

NEW YORK (AP) — After composing some of the most famous soundtracks in history, and winning multiple Academy Awards, John Williams has been welcomed into a more rarefied institution: the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
Patient, doctors hail federal diabetes drug plan as potentially 'life-changing'

Patient, doctors hail federal diabetes drug plan as potentially 'life-changing'

Raman Kumar says a federal plan to cover diabetes medications and supplies would be "phenomenal" because she'll finally stop worrying about how to pay for her care.
Home in Canada, director Denis Villeneuve says "Dune: Part Two" is a love story first

Home in Canada, director Denis Villeneuve says "Dune: Part Two" is a love story first

MONTREAL — Quebec director Denis Villeneuve was feeling the love from his family and friends as he returned to Montreal for the Canadian premiere of "Dune: Part Two.
Officials investigate rare nervous system disorder in older adults who got RSV vaccine

Officials investigate rare nervous system disorder in older adults who got RSV vaccine

NEW YORK (AP) — Health officials are investigating whether there's a link between two new RSV vaccines and cases of a rare nervous system disorder in older U.S. adults. The inquiry is based on fewer than two dozen cases seen among more than 9.
A large US health care tech company was hacked. It's leading to billing delays and security concerns

A large US health care tech company was hacked. It's leading to billing delays and security concerns

Health care providers across the country are reeling from a cyberattack on a massive U.S. health care technology company that has threatened the security of patients’ information and is delaying some prescriptions and paychecks for medical workers.
Airlines could face more fines for mishandling wheelchairs under a Biden administration proposal

Airlines could face more fines for mishandling wheelchairs under a Biden administration proposal

The Biden administration is proposing to make it easier for the government to fine airlines for damaging or misplacing wheelchairs by making it an automatic violation of a federal law on accessible air travel. The U.S.
Music Review: Faye Webster's indie 'Underdressed at the Symphony' journeys through a lifetime

Music Review: Faye Webster's indie 'Underdressed at the Symphony' journeys through a lifetime

Faye Webster, known for her thoughtful blend of indie rock, folk and country , has a new album titled “Underdressed at the Symphony.
New designer Chemena Kamali reboots Chloe with a 1970s-tinged debut at Paris Fashion Week

New designer Chemena Kamali reboots Chloe with a 1970s-tinged debut at Paris Fashion Week

PARIS (AP) — Chloe revisited its vibrant 1970s essence, infused with late Karl Lagerfeld’s indelible influence, while propelling the brand into a new era for the debut show of its new designer Chemena Kamali on Thursday at Paris Fashion Week .
A sure sign of spring: The iconic cherry trees in the nation's capital will soon begin to bloom

A sure sign of spring: The iconic cherry trees in the nation's capital will soon begin to bloom

WASHINGTON (AP) — It's cherry blossom season again , and officials in the nation's capital are predicting a banner year for the signature pink blooms.
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