FILE – People leave a testing and vaccination clinic for COVID-19, March 30, 2022, in Long Beach, Calif. While many Americans are trying to move on with their lives after two years of the coronavirus pandemic, U.S. health officials are only beginning to decide on a strategy for using the COVID-19 vaccines to stay ahead of the outbreak. A panel of vaccine experts is meeting Wednesday, April 6, 2022 to discuss key questions for future COVID-19 booster campaigns, including how often the shots should be updated against new viral strains and who should get them. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis, file)AP
A look at some of the top headlines trending online today including the latest updates on the war between Russia and Ukraine, coronavirus news and much more.
Ukraine appeals for weapons as fight looms on eastern front (AP)
Bucha residents describe litany of horror after Russian retreat (NBC)
Pentagon training a small number of Ukrainians in the U.S. on new weapons (CBS)
US Senate votes to resurrect World War II-era policy to help Ukraine amid Russian invasion (Fox)
Ketanji Brown Jackson expected to be confirmed today by U.S. Senate (AP)
Federal Reserve officials to tighten policy “expeditiously” (Axios)
U.S. mortgage interest rates rise to 4.9% – MBA (Reuters)
Fox caught on U.S. Capitol grounds and euthanized had rabies (Washington Post)
Study reveals how Covid-19 infections can set off massive inflammation in the body (CNN)
COVID-19 infection increases risk of serious blood clots 3 to 6 months later: Study (ABC)
Epic Covid fraud galls state watchdogs: ‘The system failed at almost every conceivable level’ (NBC)
Airlines cancel hundreds of flights due to COVID-19 after dropping mask rules (CBS)
Dirty Dozen 2022: Produce with the most and least pesticides (CNN)
Meeting Over Will Smith Oscars Slap Moved Up To Friday, Academy Says (Forbes)
Tanis: Fossil of dinosaur killed in asteroid strike found, scientists claim (BBC)
Betting money pouring in on Tiger Woods to win Masters as long shot (ESPN)
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