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Glasgow climate pledges are 'lip service' without far more aggressive plans

New analyses find countries' latest climate promises are still not enough to meet the goal set in the Paris climate agreement. And they warn few countries even have plans to carry out their pledges.

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Pfizer and BioNTech ask the FDA to authorize COVID vaccine booster for all people 18+

The companies say a study of more than 10,000 volunteers showed a vaccine efficacy of 95% or greater for people receiving the booster.

Facebook will no longer let advertisers target people with ads based on how interested the social network thinks they are in topics like politics, religion, or race. Jenny Kane/AP hide caption

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Facebook scraps ad targeting based on politics, race and other 'sensitive' topics

Facebook will no longer let advertisers target people with ads based on how interested the social network thinks they are in topics like politics, religion, or race. The new rules begin in January.

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Jan. 6 subpoena tracker: Here's who the House panel wants to hear from

The committee investigating the attack has sent out a number of subpoenas to get information and compel people with knowledge about the events of the day to tell them what they know.

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Indigenous activists are united in a cause and are making themselves heard at COP26

Indigenous activists from around the world are in Glasgow for COP26, but say the same legacy of colonialism that has led to climate-related losses has impacted their access to the conference.

Indigenous activists are united in a cause and are making themselves heard at COP26

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Rep. Paul Gosar shared an anime video of himself killing AOC. This was her response

The video shows Gosar's character killing Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez with a sword and brandishing weapons at President Biden. Twitter says it violates its hateful conduct rules but has left it up.

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Congress' new mandate to carmakers: Figure out a way to stop drunk driving

Under the legislation, monitoring systems to stop intoxicated drivers would roll out in all new vehicles as early as 2026. "It's monumental," said Alex Otte of Mothers Against Drunk Driving.

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In Jupiter's swirling Great Red Spot, a NASA spacecraft finds hidden depths

NASA's Juno spacecraft sweeps over Jupiter's Great Red Spot and makes 3D map of the giant storm. The findings could shed light on gas giant exoplanets in distant solar systems.

Above: Pakistan is home to millions of ethnic Bengalis, many of whom remain stateless, with none of the rights granted to citizens. Like many stateless peoples, they may live in slums where they bear the brunt of climate change impacts, but they're often overlooked in efforts to help those who are suffering. Asif Hassan /AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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They're the invisible victims of climate change

At summits like COP26, attention is paid to those who find their livelihood — and health — at risk and who might become climate change refugees. But who will speak up for the stateless?

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Whistleblower gets more than $24M for reporting Hyundai and Kia over engine fires

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says the award is the first it has paid to a whistleblower. It's the maximum percentage allowed by law of penalties paid by the Korean automakers.

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Air travel is still a nightmare for many with disabilities

Congress told the Transportation Security Administration and airlines in 2018 to improve air travel for people with disabilities. But TSA data and stories from flyers suggest little has improved.

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Singapore will stop covering the medical bills of unvaccinated COVID-19 patients

Singapore's government will stop covering the cost of COVID-19 treatment for those who are "unvaccinated by choice" next month, citing the strain they are placing on its health care system.

Photographers take photos of Olympic athlete Oscar Pistorius as he appears at a bail hearing for the shooting death of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, in Pretoria, South Africa, Feb 20, 2013. Eight years after he shot dead his girlfriend, Pistorius is up for parole, but first he must meet with her parents as part of the parole procedure. Themba Hadebe/AP hide caption

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8 years after he killed his girlfriend, Olympic runner Pistorius is up for parole

Oscar Pistorius, a double-amputee who competed at the 2012 Olympics, has been eligible for parole since July after serving half his sentence. He was convicted of murdering model Reva Steenkamp.

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Court rules United Airlines can put workers with vaccine exemptions on unpaid leave

A group of United employees had asked the court to block United's policy of putting workers with religious or medical exemptions on unpaid leave. They were denied the request.

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Why Vice President Harris is in France this week

While in Paris, Vice President Harris will get facetime with about two dozen world leaders, including French President Emmanuel Macron.

Left to right: Filipino American health care workers Karen Cantor, Karen Shoker, and John Paul Atienza were among many who cared for COVID patients in the early days of the pandemic. Rosem Morton hide caption

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Filipino American health workers reflect on trauma and healing on COVID's frontlines

They have shouldered an outsize share of COVID-19's burden, statistics show. Many lost family members; others got sick themselves, recovered and carried on. Meet the caregivers.

This undated photo provided by St. Louis County Justice Services shows Perez Reed, who was charged Saturday, Nov. 6, 2021, in the shooting deaths of 16-year-old Marnay Haynes on Sept. 13 and 40-year-old Lester Robinson on Sept. 26. Police are trying to determine if he was involved in at least four other homicides in Missouri and Kansas. St. Louis County Justice Services via AP hide caption

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Police say one man is tied to multiple killings in Missouri and Kansas

Perez Reed is facing charges of murder and assault in shootings that occurred in the St. Louis County area. The gun used in those attacks has been tied to other killings in St. Louis and Kansas.

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