Japan PM purges Cabinet after support falls over church ties
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has reshuffled his Cabinet in a bid to distance his administration from the conservative Unification Church over its ties to the assassinated leader Shinzo Abe and senior ruling party members.
In wake of floods, typical barbs at Kentucky political event
While Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear was consoling families displaced by historic flooding in the mountains of eastern Kentucky, Republicans at the state’s premier political event on the other side of the state were campaigning to oust him from office in 2023.
Epidemiologist explains ‘rebound COVID’ after President Biden tests positive again
After President Joe Biden tested positive for COVID-19 again Saturday, slightly more than three days after he was cleared to exit coronavirus isolation, local epidemiologist Dr. Jonathan Kantor with the Penn Center for Global Health explained that “rebound COVID” is not that different from other illnesses where a patient may start to feel better and then get sick again.