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Private Astronauts Float Through Orbit With Video Calls, Cold Pizza, Earth Views
SpaceX says it plans to land crew in the waters off Florida just after 7 p.m. on Saturday.
Lockdowns in Asia Deepen Commodity Supply-Chain Pain
The recent surge in Covid-19 cases in Southeast Asia has throttled ports and locked down plantations and processors, sparking extended disruptions of raw materials such as palm oil, coffee and tin.
FDA Advisory Panel Votes Against Recommending Booster Shots Widely
An advisory panel endorsed Covid-19 boosters for people age 65-plus or at high risk but said there wasn?t enough data to justify giving it to the general population.
U.S. Safety Agency to Probe Fatal Tesla Crash in Florida
The National Transportation Safety Board said its investigation would focus on the operation of the Tesla Model 3 car and a postcrash fire.
State Funds Drop Unilever After Ben & Jerry's Israel Clash
Two months after the ice cream brand moved to stop retailing its products in Jewish settlements in the West Bank, several state funds are selling or threatening to sell their investments in parent company Unilever.
U.S. Economy Shows Resilience During Delta Surge
Americans increased spending at retailers last month, while employers have largely resisted the urge to lay off workers, both signs of strong demand in the economy.
U.S. to Target Crypto Use in Ransomware Attack Payments
The Biden administration is preparing an array of actions, including sanctions, to disrupt the digital finance infrastructure that facilitates ransomware cyberattacks, a national security threat traced to Russia.