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A customer exited a corner market while wearing a protective mask in the retail shopping district of the SoHo.

CDC announcement leaves the country confused

With a majority of Americans unvaccinated, some questioned the sudden and blanket recommendation to drop masks if vaccinated.

Prince Harry at "Vax Live: The Concert to Reunite the World" in Inglewood, Calif. on May 2. Prince Harry compared his royal experience to being on “The Truman Show” and “living in a zoo.” He said he contemplated quitting royal life on several occasions during his 20s in a Thursday episode of the “Armchair Expert” podcast.

Prince Harry opens up about mental health, ‘genetic pain’ and living ‘in a zoo’

In a wide-ranging interview with the Armchair Expert podcast, Prince Harry talked about struggling as a member of the British royal family and said he thought about quitting royal life in his 20s. He recalled thinking: "I don’t want to be here. I don’t want to be doing this. Look what it did to my mom."

Palestinians assessed the damage caused by Israeli air strikes, in Beit Hanun in the northern Gaza Strip, on May 14.

6 killed by Israeli army fire in West Bank, Palestinian health officials say

The officials say five were killed in stone-throwing clashes with Israeli forces in several locations, and a sixth was killed during an attempt to stab an Israeli soldier.

Israeli soldiers fired a self-propelled howitzer toward the Gaza Strip on Thursday as fighting intensified

Israel threatens Gaza ground invasion as fighting intensifies

Israeli ground forces carried out attacks on the Gaza Strip early Friday in an escalation of a conflict with Palestinian militants that had been waged by airstrikes from Israel and rockets from Gaza.

Former British prime minister David Cameron

Showing little contrition, Cameron faces Parliament in lobbying scandal

Appearing via video link before a parliamentary committee, Cameron showed little contrition over the approaches he made at the start of the pandemic to those in the highest reaches of government, appealing for help for Greensill Capital, a struggling finance company that then employed him.

On Tuesday, family members of Frank Quinn reacted after the inquest in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

UK apologizes for 1971 Belfast deaths; families want more

The families of 10 civilians killed during a British military operation in Belfast half a century ago sharply criticized Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday after he sent a member of his Cabinet to Parliament to apologize for the deaths, instead of doing so himself.

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Nathalia Arboleda stood nearby as her 15-year-old son Simon Arboleda prepared to receive the COVID-19 vaccine from Dr. Nancy Serrell, right, during a vaccine clinic offered by the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center at the Chelsea Collaborative on Thursday afternoon.

US vaccine rollout begins for adolescents ages 12-15

The world’s first mass coronavirus inoculation campaign for children kicked off in earnest in the United States on Thursday after the federal government recommended making the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine available to those aged 12 to 15.

Smoke rises following Israeli airstrikes in Gaza City on Thursday.

Hamas, Israel fighting escalates even amid truce efforts

Hamas sent a heavy barrage of rockets deep into Israel on Thursday as Israel pounded Gaza with more airstrikes and called up 9,000 more reservists.