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Europe · Sweden
Scientists whose work enabled mRNA Covid vaccine win Nobel prize for medicine
Two scientists have been awarded the 2023 Nobel prize in physiology or medicine for their contributions to RNA biology that enabled the development of mRNA vaccines that have changed the course of the Covid pandemic.See the Story
47% Center coverage: 236 sources
Laphonza Butler · California
Gavin Newsom to Appoint Laphonza Butler to Fill Dianne Feinstein’s Senate Seat
California Gov. Gavin Newsom will reportedly appoint a Black woman and pro-choice activist to serve out the rest of Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s term. See the Story
49% Center coverage: 167 sources
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Pope Francis · Germany
Amid liberal revolt, Pope Francis signals openness to blessings for gay couples
In the shadow of Cologne’s gothic Cathedral, the St. Stephan’s Youth Choir struck up a chorus of “All You Need Is Love” as couples — men with men, women with women, and women with men — lined up to have their unions blessed by ordained Catholic priests wearing rainbow stoles. See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
Washington DC · Washington
Maryland State Superintendent of Schools Mohammed Choudhury to leave post Friday
Mohammed Choudhury will step down as Maryland's superintendent of schools Friday. He will work in an advisory role while the state's education department and its board search for a new leader. An interim superintendent will be named this month, the department said in a news release. The superintendent had previously told the Maryland State Board of Education he hoped to stay.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 2 sources