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The FDA has authorized second booster shots for people over 50 and for some people who are immunocompromised. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Do I really need another booster? The answer depends on age, risk and timing

Health officials argue the protection of the COVID vaccine booster wanes over time and say some people need a second booster. But other infectious disease experts say three shots are enough for now.

The FDA has authorized second booster shots for people over 50 and for some people who are immunocompromised. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Do I really need another booster? The answer depends on age, risk and timing

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Sanctions have had a dramatic impact on the Russian economy when it comes to things like the value of the ruble, but they can't stop the tanks, says Juan Zarate, a former assistant secretary of the Treasury. AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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How sanctions factor into negotiations between Russia and Ukraine

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What Justice Clarence Thomas knew about his wife's text messages with Mark Meadows, the White House chief of staff in the Trump administration, is the subject of increasing scrutiny. Erin Schaff/Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Legal ethics experts agree: Justice Thomas must recuse in insurrection cases

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