Gas shortages growing after cyberattack on U.S. pipeline, children ages 12- 15 begin receiving Pfizer’s Covid vaccine, and family of Andrew Brown Jr. views footage of fatal police shooting.
FDA authorizes Pfizer Covid vaccine for children ages 12 to 15, FBI says Russian criminal group behind cyberattack on major U.S. pipeline, and GOP set to vote on removing Rep. Cheney from House leadership.
America’s first major holiday with a vaccine, Chinese rocket body lands, and cyberattack forces U.S. energy pipeline to go offline.
Covid-19 vaccine shows new signs of hope, deadly school bombing in Afghanistan, and Republicans diverge on party’s route to reclaim power.
Pfizer seeks full FDA approval for Covid vaccine, crunching the numbers on Covid vaccinations in the U.S., and Derek Chauvin indicted on federal civil rights charges.
San Francisco finds success in Covid vaccination outreach, Florida governor signs controversial voting bill, and new data shows rise in anti-Asian attacks.
New York announces expanded capacity at outdoor venues, Facebook Oversight Board upholds former President Trump’s suspension, and hospitals desperate for oxygen as India battles Covid crisis.
President Biden announces new goal for 70 percent of adults to get first Covid vaccine by July 4, the FDA may soon authorize Pfizer’s Covid vaccine for children, and fears of the Taliban’s return as U.S. troops leave Afghanistan.
Apolo Ohno is known as the most decorated American Winter Olympian in history. But in his first Olympic trials, he finished dead last. He traces his “hard pivot” in life, when he left the world of short track speed skating and had to figure out a new career path.
NASA engineers Elio Morillo and Roxana González Burgos share their interplanetary journey from Puerto Rico to Mars. They tell José Díaz-Balart about their American Dream and their hopes to inspire future Latino generations to take the lead on the forefronts of technology.