Nurse prepares experimental COVID-19 vaccine

Medical Experts Talk Distribution Of Possible COVID Vaccine

A panel of medical experts offered advice to the FDA on a possible vaccine for COVID-19 to be distributed to all Americans.


1:03Gen. John Hyten
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Case Continues Against One of Highest-Ranking Military Officers

0:29Istanbul's skyline
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U.S. Issues Security Alert To Americans In Turkey

0:28The East Troublesome Fire in Colorado
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Colorado Wildfire Season Could Slow With Colder Temperatures

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Iran, Russia Deny Taking Voter Information To Influence U.S. Election

0:27Ghislane Maxwell.
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Ghislaine Maxwell's Deposition Transcript Unsealed

0:30Photos show former officers involved in the death of George Floyd.
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Judge Drops 3rd Degree Murder Charge In George Floyd Case

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Hopi Tribe Races To Expand Access To Clean Running Water

1:19Work continues on an excavation of a potential unmarked mass grave from the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre at Oaklawn Cemetery
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10 More Bodies Found In Search For Tulsa Massacre Victims

1:55Students at an outdoor school

As Coronavirus Cases Climb, Schools Weigh Cost Of In-Person Class

0:59Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell
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White House Denies Reports McConnell Warned Against Relief Deal

2:26Gay and lesbian couples kiss after getting married

In Break From Tradition, Pope Endorses Same-Sex Civil Unions

7:10Yes To The Bless: Year One As A Millennial Nun
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Yes To The Bless: Year One As A Millennial Nun

2:36A woman gets an influenza vaccine
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W.H.O. Numbers Show Cases Of The Flu Are Low So Far

0:27Mural of slain Army Spc. Vanessa Guillen
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Vanessa Guillen's Death Designated 'In The Line Of Duty'

1:04OxyContin pills arranged for a photo at a pharmacy.
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OxyContin Maker To Plead Guilty To Federal Criminal Charges

1:23A ground mural depicting a portrait of Breonna Taylor
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Officer Involved In Breonna Taylor Shooting: 'It's Not A Race Thing'

0:26A demonstrator kicks a tear gas canister back at federal officers during a Black Lives Matter protest in Portland, OR July 20
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Environmental Groups Suing DHS Over Tear Gas Use In Protests

0:28Dive boat Conception is engulfed in flames after a deadly fire broke out aboard the commercial scuba diving vessel.

Boat's Owners Blamed For Fire That Killed 34 People in 2019

2:12Moderna COVID-19 vaccine clinical trial

Fewer Americans Are Interested In Getting COVID-19 Vaccine

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After Louisville Police Shooting Deaths, Cases Quietly Closed

4:14A drive through testing site in rural Wahoo, Nebraska
Wahoo, Nebraska

Hundreds Of Rural Counties Are In COVID Testing Deserts

1:56A woman walks by the Google sign on it's campus in Mountain View, California.
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Google Sued By Department of Justice Over Search Engine

0:53Ehab Hassanin opts formaximum protection while riding while riding a Metro Rail train in Los Angeles in July.
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CDC Recommends Mask Wearing For All Public, Commercial Transportation

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Pentagon's Inspector General to Audit DOD's CARES Act Spending

0:31A biker leads a line of cars driving on Monday, Oct. 19, 2020, in Homer, Alaska after a tsunami evacuation.
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7.5 Magnitude Earthquake Prompts Tsunami Warning For Alaska

0:25Audrey Strauss announces charges against Ghislaine Maxwell in New York.
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Ghislaine Maxwell Denied Request To Keep Epstein Deposition Sealed

0:29Smoke from the Cameron Peak Fire in northern Colorado.
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Cameron Peak Fire Could Take Weeks To Contain

0:30Wanted poster
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6 Russian Military Officers Charged With Hacking

0:22"For Sale" sign on lawn
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6 Million Americans Didn't Make Their Rent Payments Last Month

0:28"We accept food stamps" sign
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Federal Judge Blocks Rule That Would End 700,000 Adults' Food Benefits