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US Southern Baptists release scathing report on sex abuse
For decades, complaints of sexual abuse by pastors and staff of America’s largest Protestant denomination, the Southern Baptist Convention, have been either ignored or covered up by senior clergy, according to an internal report released Sunday. The nearly 300-page report details how the complaints were kept as “closely guarded secrets” within the church to avoid accountability, “to the exclusion of any other consideration”, he said.
First shipment of infant formula arrives in US from Europe
A military cargo plane carrying the first shipment of infant formula from Europe to help tackle a critical shortage in the United States landed in Indianapolis on Sunday, and the White House said a second flight had been made. organized. A recall on February 17 by the largest baby formula maker Abbott Laboratories and the closure of its manufacturing plant in Sturgis, Michigan, during an investigation by the United States Food and Drug Administration, created the one of the largest infant formula shortages in recent history for American families.
Biden says ‘everyone’ should be worried about monkeypox outbreak
The monkeypox outbreak is something “everyone should be worried about,” US President Joe Biden said on Sunday, adding that US health officials are looking into possible treatments and vaccines. “We’re working hard to figure out what we’re doing,” Biden told reporters at an airbase in South Korea before departing on Air Force One for Japan.
COVID restrictions for migrants at US border cannot end yet, rules rule
US authorities were prevented by a federal judge on Friday from lifting COVID-19 restrictions that allow US-Mexico border officials to turn back migrants without giving them the chance to seek asylum. The nationwide injunction issued by U.S. District Judge Robert Summerhays in Louisiana means the restrictions, which were due to end on May 23, will remain in place across the border while the litigation unfolds, unless a higher court overturns the decision. The Department of Justice (DOJ) said it intended to appeal.
Man shot dead on NYC subway in latest random attack
A 48-year-old man was shot in the chest while riding in a New York City subway car on Sunday in what appeared to be the latest in a string of random attacks on the city’s transit system. city. The unidentified shooter fled when the train pulled into a Manhattan station and remained at large on Sunday evening, NYPD Department Chief Kenneth Corey said in a press briefing.
New York judge approves Congressional map, throwing Democrats into disarray
A New York judge has approved a new Congressional map that pits two veteran incumbent Democrats against each other and boosts Republicans’ chances of winning more seats in November’s midterm elections, further endangering the frail majority of Democrats in the running. United States House. Judge Patrick McAllister, a rural Steuben County judge, signed the map just before midnight Friday, weeks after New York’s highest court ruled that the redistricting plan passed by the Democratic-controlled legislature had been unconstitutionally manipulated for the benefit of the party.
Nestlé delivers more than 100 pallets of infant formula to the United States
Nestlé SA delivered 132 pallets of its Health Science Alfamino and Alfamino Jr infant formula to a US facility on Sunday, the company said, adding that another 114 pallets of Gerber Good Start Extensive HA formula will arrive in the coming days. The shipments arrive as part of the Biden administration’s Operation Fly Formula effort to alleviate the critical shortage of infant formula supplies in the United States.
White House sees decision on firing Moderna COVID for children under 5 in coming weeks
White House COVID-19 response coordinator Dr Ashish Jha said on Sunday he expects a decision from the US Food and Drug Administration on whether Moderna’s vaccine will be authorized for children under five years in the coming weeks. Moderna has completed its application and FDA experts are closely reviewing the data, Jha said on ABC’s This Week with George Stephanopoulos, adding that the analysis should be completed in the coming weeks and a final decision will follow a meeting of the agency. expert advisors.
Analysis – Harangued by Trump, the governor of Georgia is about to reprimand him during the midterm vote
There is perhaps no politician Donald Trump wants ousted more than Republican Governor of Georgia Brian Kemp, who defied the then-president’s demand to overturn the results of the US presidential election of 2020 that narrowly helped Joe Biden win the White House. Trump has backed more than 150 candidates in this year’s US congressional election, seeking to deepen his footprint on the Republican Party and weed out any opponents from its ranks.
Democratic Senator Van Hollen Says He Left Hospital After Minor Stroke
Democratic U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen said on Sunday he returned home after a minor stroke a week ago that took him to George Washington University Hospital in Washington, DC. “It’s great to be back home after a long week. I’m grateful for everyone’s generous support and the dedicated care I received from the GW team,” Van Hollen said. in a post on Twitter.
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