President Barack Obama’s press secretary says the science on vaccinations “is really clear.” Josh Earnest tells journalists that Obama believes vaccination decisions should be made by parents, with a bias toward good science.
“Maybe later when they get down on the ground, I can look back and say this is a great accomplishment, but right now we have a big job ahead of us to get this balloon down,” Shope said.
“You hear that word, you’ve got to walk out of the room,” Garsh said. “Distance yourself.”
CDC officials released the new flu season numbers on Friday.
“That’s the promise of precision medicine — delivering the right treatment at the right time, every time, to the right person,” Obama said in announcing the proposal Friday.
“This hasn’t changed my picture on the strength and resilience of the U.S. economy,” said Scott Anderson, chief economist at the Bank of the West. “Almost all the drivers of consumer spending are pointing in the right direction.”
“I said, my son, do you know what terrorism is. He said, ‘No,'” the father, Mohamed Kebabsa, said later on French television. He said he told his son the killings were “barbaric … not an act of Islam.”
DENVER | It’s unclear how a Denver police officer involved in the deadly shooting of a 17-year-old girl was hurt, but an academic expert on police use of force says the threat perceived by the officer is critical in determining whether the shooting was justified. Police Chief Robert White said Thursday the officer might have been […]
“Government institutions are working around the clock on the case of pilot Muath al-Kaseasbeh,” Jordanian military spokesman Mamdouh al-Ameri said in a statement. “We will inform you of any developments in due time.”