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U.S. intelligence shows that Russia is trying to "denigrate" Joe Biden, and China prefers that President Trump lose reelection, an assessment described by the ODNI says.
In a lawsuit filed this week in Miami, the government says the oligarchs and their operatives in the United States bought the 29-story office tower — as well as property in Dallas and Cleveland — with money “traceable to an international conspiracy to launder money embezzled and fraudulently obtained from the bank.
Russia has announced that mass vaccinations are planned for early October, which would make it the first country to approve and distribute a coronavirus vaccine, but scientists are warning against the move.
Frustrated with the administration, China prefers Trump doesn't win reelection. Russia, however, is actively trying to tear down Biden.
In a public report, a senior counterintelligence official said that China prefers President Trump to lose and that Iran aims to undermine U.S. democracy.
A false report claiming five Ukrainians had died after taking an American-made vaccine spread in just a matter of days from a small Kremlin-friendly Ukrainian website to an audience of thousands in U.
Russia says it will approve the first COVID-19 vaccine next week even though the Phase 3 trial, to prove if it's safe and effective, is not complete. Dr. Bob Lahita joins CBSN's Anne-Marie Green to discuss the concerns.
Russia is boasting that it’s about to be the first country to approve a COVID-19 vaccine, with mass vaccinations planned as early as October using shots that are yet to complete clinical trials.
The coronavirus has infected more than 19.11 million people around the world as of Friday, killing at least 715,163 people.
Russian authorities reported 5,267 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Thursday, pushing its national tally to 871,894, the fourth largest in the world.