Fatma Khaled

Fatma Khaled

Freelance Writer

Fatma Khaled covers different news beats ranging from tech, finance, retail and international business to human interest and social justice stories. She previously reported for Business Insider, TheStreet and New York Daily News.

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Melinda Gates Was Reportedly Haunted by Bill's Relationship With Jeffrey Epstein

Melinda Gates told her friends that she wanted nothing to do with Epstein after she met him.

Pfizer Submits Application Requesting Full Approval From FDA for Its Covid-19 Vaccine

Pfizer has initiated the process of seeking full FDA approval for its Covid-19 vaccine.

Trillions of Cicadas Are About to Wreak Havoc in the U.S.

Mass numbers of cicadas will start emerging in 15 U.S. states after living underground for 17 years.

Dogecoin Surged by More Than 38%, Reaching a Record High

Dogecoin value rose over 38% on Wednesday, reaching a record high of $0.69 within 24 hours.

More People in the U.S. Are Dying Than Being Born, According to the CDC

Birth rates in 2020 fell for the sixth year in a row, reaching the lowest since 1979.

The World's Biggest Jewelry Maker Will No Longer Use Mined Diamonds, Cites Move Toward Sustainability and Affordability

Pandora will not use mined diamonds in its jewelry anymore; instead, it will manufacture diamonds in its labs.

Pfizer Vaccine to Be Approved for 12- to 15-Year-Olds

The FDA will authorize the use of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine in teens, as the U.S. moves forward to vaccinate other age groups.

Moderna Will Distribute 34 Million Doses of Covid-19 Vaccine to Struggling Countries

The vaccine distribution is part of a global initiative that grants equal access to Covid-19 vaccines in countries that have been severely impacted.

Herd Immunity Against Covid-19 Is Unlikely in the U.S. Here's Why.

Health experts say that reaching herd immunity is improbable amid hesitancy surrounding the vaccines and news of new virus variants.

She Made History After Becoming the First Woman of Color to Head the SEC. Then, She Stepped Down After Just Five Days.

SEC enforcement director Alex Oh stepped down from her role after being scrutinized for her part in an ExxonMobil lawsuit.

AstraZeneca Made $275 Million Off Its Covid Vaccine

AstraZeneca made most of its sales in Europe during the first quarter.

President Joe Biden Gave His First Address to Congress. Here Are the Four Takeaways You Need to Know.

In his first address to Congress, Biden spoke about how taxing the rich will help fund his ambitious plans to help low- and middle-income families.

Federal Aid Helped U.S. Economy Grow During First Quarter

Economic growth was attributed to consumer spending and ease of COVID-19-related restrictions.

One Dose of Pfizer or AstraZeneca Vaccine Can Slow Covid-19 Spread in a Household by About 50%, Study Reveals

Public Health England expects a similar result in places with high transmission risks, such as prisons.

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