Vaccine makers make bird flu shot for humans ‘just in case’

Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes LONDON — Some of the world’s leading flu vaccine makers say they could make hundreds of millions of bird flu shots for humans within months if a new strain of bird flu ever jumps the species divide. A current outbreak of bird flu, known as H5N1 clade, has killed … Read more

China is still looking for answers a year after plane crash

BEIJING, March 20 (Reuters) – China’s aviation regulator said Monday that investigators are still investigating the cause of the crash of China Eastern Airlines flight MU5735, nearly a year after the plane crashed, killing all 132 people on board. came to life. The Boeing Co (BA.N) 737-800 crashed into a mountainous area in southern Guangxi … Read more

Amazon’s stock fell nearly 2% as another 9,000 layoffs were announced

Published: March 20, 2023 at 10:54 a.m. ET Inc. will cut another 9,000 jobs, the company announced Monday morning. The retailer’s stock is down nearly 2% in late morning trading. In a memo to staff, Andy Jassy, ​​Chief Executive of Amazon AMZN, said the cuts will take place in the coming weeks and will … Read more

Alabama just might win the NCAA Tournament whether anyone likes it or not

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – There was a moment last Friday, about 24 hours before Alabama painted another masterpiece on the field, when Nate Oats couldn’t find the right words to say. The fourth-year Bama coach was asked to elaborate on what he described as his team’s incredible level of mental toughness, and how this relates to … Read more

How to get rid of a wart

This post is part of our Handbook of home remediesa tour of the landscape of home remedies from questionable to doctor-approved. Read more here. Warts, especially on the hands, often appear out of nowhere. You’ve got a strange, crusty lump on your skin — or, more commonly, your child’s — and now what? They do … Read more

Japan plans to invest $75 billion in Indo-Pacific to counter China

TOKYO/NEW DELHI, March 20 (Reuters) – Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Monday announced a new plan to promote an open and free Indo-Pacific, pledging billions of dollars in investment to help economies across the region everything from industry to disaster prevention. The plan he announced in New Delhi is seen as an attempt by … Read more

Jimmy Fallon spent his weekend partying in western New York

You’d think that when celebs want to let loose, they’d stay cooped up in their mansions and have an exclusive soirée with their mutual celebrity friends. Especially on St. Patrick’s Day weekend – one of the biggest holiday weekends of the year. But not one of America’s favorite talk show hosts! And he knew exactly … Read more

The Federal Reserve expected to raise interest rates again. What that means to you

Recent bank failures have led to a crisis of confidence in the financial sector, but Americans still struggle with persistent inflation. The Federal Reserve is now expected to raise rates by a quarter of a percentage point at this week’s policy meeting. Here’s where consumers stand in tariff increases for a year. For its part, … Read more