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Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston said the COVID-19 vaccine is one of several immunizations required by most U.S. transplant programs.
Federal labor officials found enough support among Amazon workers on Staten Island to pave wave for a union election. It could be the second union vote for Amazon this year.
North Korea last week issued a veiled threat to resume testing nuclear explosives and long-range missiles targeting the U.S.
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