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A COVID-19 Vaccine For Children May Still Be Many Months Away

The first COVID-19 vaccines to hit the market will not be approved for use in children. Researchers must figure out if the vaccines are safe and effective in kids.

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A COVID-19 Vaccine For Children May Still Be Many Months Away

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Beloved Exile Steve Moore
Belong Lycoriscoris
Starry Night Peggy Gou
L'estat Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti
Babe Evenings

The African crested rat is the only mammal known to sequester lethal plant toxins. Stephanie Higgins hide caption

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For Rats That Coat Themselves In Poison, These Rodents Are Surprisingly Cuddly

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Toxic Britney Spears
Blinding Lights The Weeknd

Pope John Paul II addressing a crowd in 1978. A Vatican investigation into church leaders' failings that allowed the rise of a now-disgraced former U.S. cardinal has led some Catholics to call for "difficult reckoning" with the sainted pope. AP hide caption

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Vatican's McCarrick Report Casts A Dark Cloud Over Pope John Paul II's Legacy

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Stacey Mei Yan Fong has been baking her way across the United States: Clockwise from upper left, a baked Alaska pie, Utah's funeral potato pie, Nevada's all you can eat buffet pie, South Carolina's peach pie, Ohio's buckeye pie, Iowa's s'mores pie, Missouri's frozen custard pie, and Minnesota's corn dog casserole pie. Stacey Mei Yan Fong hide caption

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Stacey Mei Yan Fong

An Ode, À La Mode: 1 Baker Savors America, Creating 50 Pies For 50 States

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America Simon & Garfunkel
Country Empire of the Sun

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