Kidnapping In Haiti, China's Sputtering Economy, FDA's COVID Vaccine Booster Moves : Up First U.S. officials join an investigation into the kidnapping of 17 missionaries and family members in Haiti. China's economic growth slows as the huge real estate firm Evergrande races toward possible debt default. And the FDA is poised to approve more COVID vaccine booster shots.

Kidnapping In Haiti, China's Sputtering Economy, FDA's COVID Vaccine Booster Moves

Kidnapping In Haiti, China's Sputtering Economy, FDA's COVID Vaccine Booster Moves

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U.S. officials join an investigation into the kidnapping of 17 missionaries and family members in Haiti. China's economic growth slows as the huge real estate firm Evergrande races toward possible debt default. And the FDA is poised to approve more COVID vaccine booster shots.