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Omicron Variant Sends Policy Makers Scrambling as Science Lags Behind

Scientists are racing to catch up with the policy response to the Omicron variant,...

Omicron Variant Prompts Governments to Push Covid-19 Boosters

TEL AVIV—Israel, the United Arab Emirates and the U.K., all early adopters of the...

How Omicron Variant Rattled the World in One Week

JOHANNESBURG—Over coffee at his office on Tuesday, Tulio de Oliveira, director of South Africa’s...

Move Over, GE. The Tech Conglomerates Are the New Leaders of Industry.

The eulogies for the corporate conglomerate have been pouring in fast. But in fact,...

Omicron Variant Highlights Risks of Low Vaccination Rates in Poor Countries

The identification of a new, highly-mutated variant of the coronavirus virus in southern Africa...

Southern Africa’s New Covid-19 Variant Prompts Wave of Travel Restrictions

JOHANNESBURG—Dozens of countries restricted travel to and from South Africa and neighboring nations, hoping...

Europe’s Covid-19 Surge Presents Hard Choices as Winter Approaches

As Covid-19 infections and deaths in the European Union eclipse those in the U.S.,...

The Elizabeth Holmes Trial: Theranos Founder Steps Up Her Defense

SAN JOSE, Calif.—For the first time in her criminal-fraud trial, Elizabeth Holmes on Tuesday...

WSJ News Exclusive | Afghanistan’s Opium Business Cranks Up as the Taliban Look the Other Way

TALUKAN, Afghanistan—Afghanistan’s opium industry—the main source of heroin sold in the West—is revving back up. ...

Covid-19 Vaccines Are Now Reaching Poor Countries, but Not People’s Arms

After months of severe shortages, Covid-19 vaccine supplies for the world’s poorest nations are finally ramping...

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