Articles by Emily Deciccio


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cnbc.com Oct 27, 2021

Question of firearm training might absolve Alec Baldwin of negligence in 'Rust' shooting, says trial attorney
Emily Deciccio

Trial attorney Jeff Harris said that a question of negligence on the "Rust" movie set following the fatal shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins could come down to the level of firearm training that actor Alec Baldwin received. "It may ultimately boil down to really a question of whether or not . . .

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cnbc.com Oct 25, 2021

Long Covid ‘is a very debilitating condition with serious cognitive conditions,’ says researcher behind new study
Emily Deciccio

The author of a new study discussed the damaging impacts for "long Covid" patients, people whose symptoms last months after initially becoming infected. "They suffer from a lot of memory loss and inability to form new memories, as well as difficulty with speaking. This is a very debilitating conditi . . .

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cnbc.com Oct 22, 2021

Without firm school mask mandate deadlines, 'we can sleepwalk into indefinite masking,’ says Harvard professor
Emily Deciccio

Harvard University associate professor Dr. Joseph Allen argued in favor of pulling back on masking children in schools, especially as U.S. drug regulators are set to authorize the Covid-19 vaccine to kids ages 5 to 11. "We have to be careful that, if we don't set firm deadlines, it's easy to see how . . .

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cnbc.com Oct 21, 2021

The complicated road ahead for the Justice Department and Steve Bannon
Emily Deciccio

Former federal prosecutor Renato Mariotti broke down the legal issues the Justice Department will have to weigh after the House asked the DOJ to criminally prosecute Trump advisor Steve Bannon over his refusal to cooperate with an investigation into the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol. "They have to we . . .

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cnbc.com Oct 19, 2021

How rising UK Covid cases could be ‘a compelling argument for boosters’
Emily Deciccio

Former Obama White House policy director Dr. Kavita Patel explained why the surging number of Covid cases in the United Kingdom could be a compelling argument for booster shots. "It's an argument for boosters, and a pretty compelling one." The U.K.'s early vaccination rollout began in December 2020 . . .

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cnbc.com Oct 18, 2021

How NASA’s Lucy asteroid mission will help tell the story of our solar system
Emily Deciccio

Lori Glaze, director of NASA's planetary science division, explained how the agency's Lucy asteroid mission will help illuminate the solar system's formation. "And so, by studying these special asteroids we can learn more about what those planets are made of and that whole early story of that part o . . .

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cnbc.com Oct 12, 2021

Gabby Petito's cause of death characterized by ‘a lot of anger’ towards victim, says forensic pathologist
Emily Deciccio

Gabby Petito died by "manual strangulation," according to Teton County Coroner Dr. Brent Blue, who had previously ruled her death a homicide. Board-certified anatomic and forensic pathologist, Priya Banerjee, described manual strangulation as "up close and personal, it's a lot of anger and very targ . . .

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cnbc.com Oct 07, 2021

Covid-19: Kids ages 5 to 11 ‘need to get that vaccination,’ says Dr. Peter Hotez
Emily Deciccio

Dr. Hotez urged parents to avoid misinformation and to get their younger children vaccinated after Pfizer officially asked the Food and Drug Administration to authorize its Covid-19 vaccine with BioNTech for kids ages 5 to 11. "Kids need to get that vaccination, so it's really good news, and, hopefu . . .

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cnbc.com Oct 06, 2021

Havana Syndrome: ‘Attacks have stepped-up in their brazenness,’ says national security expert
Emily Deciccio

Frank Figliuzzi, a former assistant director for counterintelligence at the FBI, called for greater coordination within the U.S. government to combat the growing number of mysterious soundwave attacks against Americans dubbed as "Havana Syndrome." Figliuzzi, an NBC News national security analyst, ga . . .

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cnbc.com Sep 27, 2021

CDC director on Covid booster shots: ‘I am not at all concerned about supply’
Emily Deciccio

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky clarified her comments regarding Covid-19 booster shots after she told the Atlantic on Monday that she plans on getting a Covid booster shot, but wants to make sure those who are at higher risk get them first. "I am not at all . . .

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