Children 12 and up receive Pfizer booster after US approval
A group of children ages 12 and up receive their booster shots of Pfizer-BioNTech's Covid-19 vaccine in Hartford, Connecticut, after US health authorities approved the jab on Monday for the age group. "This is how my age group can help the world get back in its rightful order," one 14-year-old says.news.yahoo.com
Beauty is only skin deep in China 'micro-procedure' craze
Midday queues snake out to the street in an upmarket Shanghai neighbourhood, but it's not lunch at the city's hottest restaurant that people are lining up for -- it's cosmetic "micro-procedures", which are surging in popularity in Chinanews.yahoo.com
First female NYPD commissioner 'brings new ideas'
New York City's first female police commissioner wants to bring "a fresh perspective" while acknowledging the departments "incredible sense of tradition." Keechant Sewell wants a safer city and the residents to have a "better quality of life." (Jan. 5)news.yahoo.com
Former FBI profiler on how “The Big Lie” about 2020 election poses a national security threat
A new documentary series on Paramount+ called “Indivisible: Healing Hate” chronicles the decades-long rise of domestic extremism and how it led to the January 6 insurrection. Molly Amman, a former FBI profiler who is featured in the documentary, joined CBSN to discuss the Capitol assault and the current threat of violence in the U.S.news.yahoo.com
Dustin Johnson buries some major memories, wins the Masters
Johnson overcame a jittery start that conjured memories of past majors he failed to finish off. He turned that into a command performance, making sure this one-of-a-kind Masters with no fans also had no drama. His five-shot victory was the largest at the Masters since Woods won by 12 in 1997. “As a kid, you're dreaming about winning the Masters, having Tiger put the green jacket on you. 1 player in the world to win the Masters since Woods in 2002, was the main event.
Dustin Johnson out of CJ Cup after positive coronavirus test
NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nev. – Dustin Johnson became the most prominent player to test positive for the coronavirus since golf resumed in June, forcing him to withdraw Tuesday from the CJ Cup at Shadow Creek. The PGA Tour said in a statement that Johnson notified officials he was experiencing COVID-19 symptoms and was given another test that came back positive. 1 player in the world and the reigning PGA Tour player of the year after winning the FedEx Cup for the first time. Johnson is the 12th player to test positive at a tournament or at home since the PGA Tour resumed its schedule on June 8. Winkle said Johnson came out to Las Vegas early to practice, and he received a negative test on Sunday.