A conviction looks likely in the George Floyd case, but also an appeal

More On: Derek Chauvin Minneapolis becomes fortress amid fears of unrest ahead of Chauvin verdict Outrage of the war on cops: Devine Pig’s head left at former home of Derek Chauvin defense witness Republicans blast Rep. Waters for ‘encouraging violence’ amid protests John Maynard Keynes and Paul Samuelson have both been credited with the dictum that “when the facts change,

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You're more likely to clot from everyday things than Covid vaccine

From the contraceptive pill to pregnancy and flying long distance: The everyday things that are more likely to give you blood clots than the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine Australians more likely to get blood clots from everyday activities than the jab 79 out of 18million AstraZeneca recipients in Britain have reported blood clots By those figures though only one in 228,000

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Experts: More incursions likely before vaccines arrive

Leading Covid-19 experts say it’s highly likely New Zealand will see more incursions of the virus before vaccines can be rolled out, unless harder new measures are taken. Otago University epidemiologist Professor Michael Baker put this likelihood down to three factors – soaring overseas transmission; a rise in cases at the border, including higher-risk variants; and the ongoing potential for

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Supreme Court ‘likely to save Obamacare’ after two conservative justices show reluctance to strike down healthcare law

The Supreme Court is likely to leave in place the bulk of the Obamacare, including key protections for pre-existing health conditions. Conservative justices John Roberts and Justice Brett Kavanaugh appeared in two hours of arguments on Tuesday to be unwilling to strike down the entire law — a long-held Republican goal. A week after the 2020 election, the justices heard arguments by

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Federal agents likely permanently blinded by Portland protesters’ lasers, White House says

Three federal agents who were sent to Portland, Ore., to try to help quell the city’s  violent protests were “likely left permanently blinded” from clashes, White House officials said Friday. “A federal agent’s hand was impaled by planted nails, another federal agent was shot with a pellet gun, leaving a wound deep to the bone, and tragically, three federal officers

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NFL likely to fine Washington over sexual harassment allegations, but not force Dan Snyder to sell: report

Fox News Flash top headlines for July 17 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on Foxnews.com. The NFL will likely fine the Washington NFL franchise but won’t go so far as to force owner Dan Snyder to sell if the claims of sexual harassment alleged by 15 former female employees this week are substantiated, reports

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Coronavirus – Men more likely to catch deadly bug thanks to weaker immune systems, experts fear – The Sun

MEN are more likely to catch coronavirus because they may have a weaker immune response, experts fear. Scientists found men made up 68 per cent of patients with the deadly illness at Wuhan University hospital last month. Read our coronavirus live blog for all the latest news and updates The figures from a Lancet paper are based on the details of the

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