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Military-grade Israeli spyware was used in attempted and successful hacks of 37 smartphones belonging to journalists, human rights activists, business executives and the fiancee of murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a global investigation finds. washingtonpost.com/investiga…
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Emergent BioSolutions said Thursday it has received the go-ahead from the FDA to resume manufacturing Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine after a suspension of more than 100 days because of cross-contamination at its Baltimore factory. wapo.st/2V2vyf5
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Perspective: “I got a breakthrough covid infection. The worst part is the conflicting advice.” wapo.st/3zTyPwj
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The journey to earn an Olympic gold medal is rarely achieved without challenges. But for some of these elite athletes, the lessons learned stretch far beyond the podium, becoming guiding lights for life’s other obstacles. nitter.net/i/events/1420843…
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Keep tabs on the Olympic Games. Sign up for The Post’s Olympic digest. Once a day, we’ll text you three headlines from The Post’s reporting in Tokyo. wapo.st/3faMuaf
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“After months and months of cases going down, we’re seeing a spike in covid cases. ... Why? Because of this new form, this new variant called the delta variant,” Biden said in remarks at the White House in which he was describing the new restrictions. washingtonpost.com/politics/…
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“It would mean the world to us ... if you would PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE blur [our daughter's] face out of the images,” Gigi Hadid wrote on Instagram. Her viral post is the latest in the never-ending conversation about celebrities, their children and privacy. wapo.st/3f8fS0U
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