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Pfizer CEO Sold Millions In Stock After Coronavirus Vaccine News, Raising Questions

Albert Bourla, chairman and CEO of Pfizer, sold millions of dollars’ worth of company stock on Monday as part of a preset plan. But NPR found irregularities about when the CEO entered into that plan. Zach Gibson/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Pfizer CEO Sold Millions In Stock After Coronavirus Vaccine News, Raising Questions

Biden Names Longtime Aide Ron Klain As White House Chief Of Staff

Ron Klain has been named President-elect Joe Biden’s chief of staff. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

toggle caption Mark Wilson/Getty Images After COVID Diagnosis, Nearly 1 In 5 Are Diagnosed With Mental Disorder

Researchers have found that people recovering from COVID-19 are more likely to be diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder such as anxiety, depression or insomnia within three months of their illness from the virus. Basak Gurbuz Derma/Getty Images hide caption

toggle caption Basak Gurbuz Derma/Getty Images The Shadows of the Constitution

The preamble to the US Constitution. Joe Sohm/Visions of America/Universal Images Group via Getty hide caption

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The Shadows of the Constitution

Navajo Nation Combats A New 'Monster': Coronavirus

Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez has his temperature taken to check for coronavirus symptoms in May. Sharon Chischilly/Getty Images hide caption

toggle caption Sharon Chischilly/Getty Images Texas Surpasses 1 Million Coronavirus Cases, According To Johns Hopkins University

Health care workers at the Covid-19 Unit at United Memorial Medical Center in Houston on July 2. Mark Felix/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

toggle caption Mark Felix/AFP via Getty Images Why Poorer Countries Aren't Likely To Get The Pfizer Vaccine Any Time Soon

The pharmaceutical company Pfizer, and its partner BioNTech said their experimental vaccine against COVID-19 appears to work — and work quite well. Matt Stone/MediaNews Group via Getty Images hide caption

toggle caption Matt Stone/MediaNews Group via Getty Images Let Them Grow Beards: UPS Relaxes Rules On Drivers' Facial Hair

A UPS driver stops at a traffic light on April 24 in St. Louis. UPS employees are now allowed to grow their beards as the company loosens up on its appearance rules. Jeff Roberson/AP hide caption

toggle caption Jeff Roberson/AP The Census Is Not Over: What's Ahead During The Biden Transition

Some major final steps for the 2020 census are set to take place during the transition from President Trump to President-elect Joe Biden, who both appear above on a smartphone displaying the final presidential debate in October. Photo illustration by Pavlo Conchar/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

toggle caption Photo illustration by Pavlo Conchar/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images Wear Masks To Protect Yourself From The Coronavirus, Not Only Others, CDC Stresses

The CDC says that when it comes to cloth masks, multiple layers made of higher thread counts do a better job of protecting the wearer. Michael Stewart/GC Images hide caption

toggle caption Michael Stewart/GC Images Lucille Bridges, Mother Of Anti-Segregation Icon Ruby Bridges, Dies At 86

U.S. Deputy Marshals escort 6-year-old Ruby Bridges from William Frantz Elementary School in New Orleans, in this November 1960, file photo. Lucille Bridges, Ruby’s mother, died Tuesday at the age of 86. Uncredited/AP hide caption

toggle caption Uncredited/AP Biden Plans To Reopen America To Refugees After Trump Slashed Admissions

A Kurdish refugee mother and son from the Syrian town of Kobani walk beside their tent in a camp in the Turkish town of Suruc on the Turkish-Syrian border in 2014. President-elect Joe Biden aims to reverse the Trump administration’s dramatic cuts to refugee admissions. Gokhan Sahin/Getty Images hide caption

toggle caption Gokhan Sahin/Getty Images Protecting Women Against HIV Just Got 9 Times Easier

Pretty Mkhabela, a HIV-positive sex worker in South Africa, gets antiretroviral drugs delivered to her house as part of a campaign to maintain treatment for HIV-positive patients during the pandemic. A new drug called cabotegravir could give women more options to protect themselves from HIV infection. Bram Janssen/AP hide caption

toggle caption Bram Janssen/AP President Trump Makes No Remarks During Veterans Day Observance At Arlington

President Trump attends a Veterans Day wreath-laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery, in his first official appearance since Election Day. Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

toggle caption Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty Images Post-Election: Where Do We Go From Here, And How Do We Get There?

A person shows her support for Joe Biden as boaters pass by showing their support for President Donald Trump during a parade down the Intracoastal Waterway on Oct. 3, 2020 in Fort Lauderdale. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

toggle caption Joe Raedle/Getty Images From Stinky Cheese To Cat Pee, Author Takes A 'Nose Dive' Into The Science Of Smell

Butyric acid gives some cheeses their distinctively strong scent. Alexander Spatari/Getty Images hide caption

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From Stinky Cheese To Cat Pee, Author Takes A ‘Nose Dive’ Into The Science Of Smell

With Alaska GOP Victory, Balance of Power In Senate To Be Decided In Georgia

Sen. Dan Sullivan, R-Alaska, won reelection, giving Republicans control of 50 seats in the Senate with two races still outstanding. Mark Thiessen/AP hide caption

toggle caption Mark Thiessen/AP Georgia Will Conduct A Hand Recount Amid GOP's Baseless Fraud Claims

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announces Wednesday the state will conduct a hand recount of the presidential race as President Trump and his allies continue to make baseless claims of election fraud. President-elect Biden is leading Trump in Georgia by about 14,000 votes. Brynn Anderson/AP hide caption

toggle caption Brynn Anderson/AP Hurricane Eta Works Its Way Up Florida's Gulf Coast

Residents clear debris from a flooded street in the Driftwood Acres Mobile Home Park, in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Eta, on Tuesday in Davie, Fla. Lynne Sladky/AP hide caption

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