Mayim Bialik and Ken Jennings will host "Jeopardy!" through the end of the year, the TV game show announced.
The news comes weeks after it was announced that Mike Richards would no longer serve as executive producer. nbcnews.to/3EsWGFU
France moved last week to offer free contraception to girls and women under 25, in a sign of Europe’s generally liberal approach to reproductive rights.
But divides remain, with Poland recently moving in the opposite direction. nbcnews.to/2XpiZLE
Opinion | Kurt Bardella: VP Pence called around looking for someone who would give him permission to preside over the complete collapse of our democratic process. The fact that he was asking advice from Dan Quayle makes the situation that much more absurd. nbcnews.to/3lwmf0h
North Korea said it successfully launched ballistic missiles from a train for the first time and was continuing to bolster its defenses, after the two Koreas test-fired missiles hours apart in dueling displays of military might. nbcnews.to/3zeQldv
Idaho Dept. of Health and Wellness announced the entire state is in a hospital resource crisis, overwhelmed with the surge in coronavirus cases, and permitted medical facilities to ration health care and triage patients.
An Ohio school district called for its community to "be civil, respectful and not hateful in our behaviors toward one another" after an attendee at a school board meeting on Monday reportedly made a Nazi salute. nbcnews.to/2XvPcBz
“We’re certainly seeing children ending up in the ICU in numbers that we did not experience earlier in the pandemic,” one doctor said. “And when I say ICU level of care, I mean they are getting desperately, desperately ill.” nbcnews.to/3zfHlVG
“Our physical injuries may heal,” she added, “but the pain of seeing those images of my son in the arms of an officer and that horrible caption written to describe that picture may never heal.”
A Minnesota woman whose daughter has been hospitalized since March is urging people to get vaccinated and wear masks as the delta variant spreads and children return to the classroom. nbcnews.to/3Cjili1
An Alabama mother was arrested on assault and other charges after she got into a fight with an 11-year-old on a Jefferson County school bus, an incident that was captured on video and shared on social media. nbcnews.to/3nD5x23
As the fake Covid-19 vaccination card market booms, some sellers are asking for hundreds of dollars for a card. The US Customs and Border Protection says it has intercepted thousands of packages of the fake cards. nbcnews.to/3nEPd0B
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said the pact “seriously undermined regional peace and stability, exacerbated the arms race and undermined international nuclear nonproliferation efforts.” nbcnews.to/2XoxIHn
The special counsel appointed by President Trump’s Justice Dept. to probe the Russia investigation is moving to indict a prominent lawyer on a charge of making a false statement to the FBI, source familiar with the matter says. nbcnews.to/3kg5zKW
New police body camera footage captured a visibly distraught Gabrielle "Gabby" Petito and her fiancé after an alleged physical altercation between them on a cross-country road trip in Utah. nbcnews.to/3nDqYzQ
New: the fake vaccine card market is BOOMING on Telegram. I talked to some sellers, who for unexplained reasons ask for a lot of your personal information and promise they're going to "register" you with doctors or the CDC.
It's as dumb as it sounds.
An Alabama mother was arrested on assault and other charges after she got into a fight with an 11-year-old on a Jefferson County school bus, an incident that was captured on video and shared on social media. nbcnews.to/3lxyI3H
Kootenai Health, a hospital in Coeur d’Alene, has already converted a conference room into an overflow Covid unit, started paying traveling nurses $250/hr and brought in a military medical unit.
The hospital received permission from the state to begin rationing care last week.
Idaho hospitals are so overwhelmed with the surge in coronavirus cases that doctors and nurses have to contact dozens of regional hospitals across the West in hopes of finding places to transfer individual critical patients.
Doctors in Idaho have been spending hours trying to transfer individual critical patients because of the Covid surge, @PhilMcCausland reports.
This morning the shoe dropped:
Idaho declares statewide hospital resource crisis amid Covid surge
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Milley took steps to prevent then-Pres. Trump from misusing the country's nuclear arsenal during the last month of his presidency, according to a new book by the Washington Post's Bob Woodward and Robert Costa. nbcnews.to/3tKuNo1
Police in Utah say they responded to a physical altercation last month between a New York woman and her fiancé while they were on a cross-country road trip — an alleged incident that occurred less than a month before her family reported her missing. nbcnews.to/3nAk6mZ
Ohio mayor calls for resignation of school board after students were assigned a controversial book with writing assignments that asked them to describe sexual experiences, to pretend they were a serial killer and to describe the taste of beer. nbcnews.to/2VK7tKs
Retired Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman has called for an independent investigation into the handling of sexual abuse allegations against Larry Nassar by the FBI, recounting on @TODAYshow how an FBI agent kept "diminishing" her reports of abuse. nbcnews.to/2VJKizU
NEW: Mounting evidence about major risks for pregnant women who get COVID.
👉 JAMA study:
15 X more likely to die
22 X more likely to have preterm births
Still, just 25% of pregnant women are vaccinated.twitter.com/NBCNewsNow/sta…3