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A medical worker at South Shore University Hospital gets ready to administer the newly available Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine in Bay Shore, N.Y., Wednesday. Clinical research found it to be 85% effective in preventing severe disease four weeks after vaccination, and it has demonstrated promising indications of protection against a couple of concerning variants of the coronavirus. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Got Questions About Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 Vaccine? We Have Answers

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Bystanders flash a three-fingered sign of resistance as the body of Kyal Sin leaves the Yunnan Chinese temple in Mandalay, Myanmar earlier this week. STR/AP hide caption

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Simon Says

Opinion: Death Of A Teenage Protester in Myanmar

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Opinion: Death Of A Teenage Protester in Myanmar

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Stickers reading "Fck Antifa" are stuck on a broken window at the U.S. Capitol after the building was breached by rioters on Jan. 6. Graeme Sloan/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Investigations

Antifa Didn't Storm The Capitol. Just Ask The Rioters.

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Antifa Didn't Storm The Capitol. Just Ask The Rioters.

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A woman walks past a closed flower shop in Berlin on Thursday. A research group noted more than 1,200 new words in German inspired by the pandemic. Tobias Schwarz/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The Coronavirus Crisis

Pandemic Inspires More Than 1,200 New German Words

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Pandemic Inspires More Than 1,200 New German Words

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Ifeoma Ozoma is the Founder and Principal of Earthseed. Adria Malcolm for NPR hide caption

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'It Really Is A Gag Order': California May Limit Nondisclosure Agreements

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