The FDA said the Johnson & Johnson one-dose vaccine appeared safe and effective in trials, paving the way for its approval for emergency use as soon as this week. A Johnson & Johnson executive said the company expects to ship nearly 4 million doses after authorization.
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Drunk driving charge dropped against Springsteen; $500 fine for drinking at beach
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Senate meetings on Tanden postponed, suggesting lack of support for Biden budget pick
Two Senate committees postponed meetings scheduled for Wednesday to consider President Joe Biden’s pick as budget director, Neera Tanden, suggesting she may not have the votes to be approved and thus become the first high-profile Biden nominee to be rejected.
Milan prosecutors order food delivery groups to hire riders, pay 733 million euros in fines
Milan prosecutors said on Wednesday they had ordered four major food delivery companies to officially hire more than 60,000 workers and pay a total of 733 million euros ($889 million) in fines after an investigation showed their working conditions were inadequate.
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