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FDA Panel Recommends Fall Booster Shots to Specifically Target Omicron Variant
While FDA is expected to embrace the panel's recommendation, further booster shots may be advised on a regular basis in the future
2 Men Charged in Connection with Deaths of 51 People Found Inside 18-Wheeler: Reports
Juan Claudio D'Luna-Mendez and Juan Francisco D'Luna-Bilbao are charged with being in "possession of a weapon by an alien illegally in the United States"
Cause of Death Revealed for 3 Americans Found Dead at Sandals Resort in the Bahamas
Michael Phillips, his wife, Robbie Phillips, and Vincent Paul Chiarella died “as a result of asphyxiation due to carbon monoxide poisoning," Bahamian police said Tuesday
Texas Mom Welcomes 2 Babies Conceived 1 Week Apart in Extremely Rare Phenomenon
"Everyone in the room was in shock," Cara Winhold said of finding out she wasn't just having one baby, but two
Meet N.Y. Man on a Mission to Empower Communities of Color to Gain Financial Freedom Through Education
"It is so important that Black and brown people get educated because we are so far behind," says Jude Bernard, founder of The Brooklyn Bank
Survivor of South Africa Nightclub Tragedy — in Which at Least 21 Died — Says She Fainted Over 'Strong Smell'
Unathi Binqose, a spokesperson for the Eastern Cape Department of Community Safety, previously said forensic pathologists believe the teens consumed something that led to their deaths
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Jim Obergefell, Whose Landmark Case Legalized Gay Marriage, Says 'I Have to Keep Fighting' as Roe Is Overturned
With Roe v. Wade reversed and Justice Clarence Thomas second-guessing Obergefell v. Hodges, the Ohio man who helped legalize gay marriage in 2015 tells PEOPLE why Americans can’t afford to stay quiet
Boy Scout, 15, 'Pretty Shook Up' After Trying to Save Truck Driver Who Died in Accident with Amtrak Train 
Sixteen scouts were among those who sprang into action following Monday's crash in Missouri, Scott Armstrong, director of national media relations with the Boy Scouts of America, tells PEOPLE
San Antonio Fire Chief Details Gruesome Scene After 46 People Found Dead in Trailer: 'Stacks of Bodies'

"The patients that we saw were hot to the touch. They were suffering from heat stroke, heat exhaustion," San Antonio Fire Chief Charles Hood said of the victims during a press conference Monday