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WHO chief: The COVID pandemic is 'most certainly not over'

Associated Press

The COVID-19 pandemic is "most certainly not over," the head of the World Health Organization warned Sunday, despite a decline in reported cases since the peak of the omicron wave. He told governments that "we lower our guard at our peril."

Heard's lawyers try to poke holes in Depp's libel lawsuit

- Associated Press

Attorneys for actor Amber Heard spent much of last week trying to portray her ex-husband, Johnny Depp, as a jealous and drunken abuser who can only blame himself for his nose-diving Hollywood career.

Kate McKinnon, Pete Davidson departing from 'SNL'

Associated Press

Kate McKinnon and Pete Davidson are among those departing from "Saturday Night Live," leaving the sketch institution without arguably its two most famous names after Saturday's 47th season finale.

Arizona governor OK's ban on school COVID-19 vaccines

- Associated Press

Arizona's Republican governor has signed legislation that will prevent state health officials from ever adding a COVID-19 vaccine to the list of required school inoculations and bar face mask mandates in any buildings operated by state or local governments.

Veering from Mad Max, George Miller debuts '3,000 Years'

- Associated Press

It's taken a lot of time and a good deal of yearning for Australian director George Miller to make "Three Thousand Years of Longing, " his long-awaited follow-up to "Mad Max: Fury Road."

Billings hospital uses virtual reality to aid rehabilitation

- Associated Press

Dr. Jose Ortiz counted the minutes he spent in the back of an ambulance transporting him from Red Lodge to Billings. Timely treatment is imperative to saving one's life or quality of life during a stroke. And Ortiz had at least a 60 minute drive before he would be admitted to the hospital.