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He Has Asthma and Cancer. But He Still Was Moved to a Crowded Shelter.
New York City is struggling to move thousands of homeless people from hotels to shelters. On Thursday, it was ordered to stop the moves for the second time.
J.R. Richard, Fireballing Pitcher Whose Career Was Cut Short, Dies at 71
He was a star for the Astros and one of the most intimidating pitchers of the 1970s - until he had a stroke and collapsed at the Astrodome.
Bryan Adams photographs Cher, Grimes and Iggy Pop for Pirelli calendar
Images of recording artists including Cher, Iggy Pop, Jennifer Hudson and Grimes will feature in one of the world's best known photographic commissions.
Northbridge Shelter opens to those experiencing homelessness from Downtown Austin encampment
Approximately 60 people will be offered temporary shelter on Thursday and Friday as the first step toward finding permanent housing through HEAL.
More Virus, More Masks | KQED
Face mask mandates are back as the delta variant rampages across the country, with hospitalizations and deaths rising fastest in places with low vaccination rates.
Opinion | Will the Delta Variant Upend Another School Year?
When schools across the country let out in May and June, there was hope that by summer's end children would be able to return to class unburdened by concerns about the coronavirus.
Update: Hospital Capacity In Park Slope Area
PARK SLOPE, NY - A fourth surge of coronavirus infections has already begun to overwhelm hospitals in parts of the country. Areas with lower vaccination rates are suffering worse.
Vaccination campaign warns young people they risk 'missing out' on nightclubs
Unvaccinated young people are being warned that they will "miss out" on access to nightclubs as part of an advertising campaign being launched to boost take-up.
Cop26 president Alok Sharma flew to 30 countries in 7 months
The government minister responsible for this year's UN climate change conference in Glasgow has flown to 30 countries in the past seven months, it has been reported.