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A newly arrived Russian laboratory module misfired and pushed the International Space Station 45° out of its normal orientation. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said fully vaccinated people should again wear masks in public, indoor spaces in areas of substantial or high coronavirus transmission. Relatives of Henrietta Lacks, whose cervical cancer cells were harvested without her knowledge at Johns Hopkins Hospital in 1951, plan to sue pharmaceutical companies that have profited from studying those cells. The U.S. government wants to retry former University of Tennessee, Knoxville, faculty member Anming Hu for concealing ties to Chinese entities. And the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s long-running “Red List of Threatened Species” will be joined by a new measure of recovery, “Green Status of Species.”

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