US Military Vets Missing in Ukraine, Police Protection for Supreme Court Justices’ Families, Moderna and Pfizer from 6 Month Olds and Up

US Military Vets Missing in Ukraine, Feared Captured by Russians

Alexander J. Drueke, who served in the United States Army, and Andy Tai Huynh, who served in the Marine Corps, both went missing near Kharkiv, which is not far from the Russian border, according to loved ones and haven’t been heard from since June 8, as reported by The Washington Post.

Drueke told his family that he was teaching Ukrainian troops how to use American-made weapons. It is now feared that the two have been detained by Russian forces.

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Police Protection Extended to Supreme Court Immediate Families

Amidst a rise in threats to justices over the incoming major abortion ruling. The House approved Tuesday a bill in a 396-27 vote to extend police protection to Supreme Court Justices’ immediate families.

United States President Joe Biden must sign the bill into law now.

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FDA Advises Moderna, Pfizer for 6 Months Olds

The United States Food and Drug Administration announced Wednesday that it recommends that the Moderna and Pfizer coronavirus vaccines be authorized for children as young as 6-months-old. The FDA’s panel of advisors unanimously decided that the benefits of the vaccinations outweigh the potential risks.

If the Center for Disease Control and Prevention recommends the vaccine as well, children could start receiving doses as soon as next week.

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