In about two dozen cases, the CIA can’t rule out foreign involvement—including many of the cases that originated at the US embassy in Havana.
But in hundreds of other cases of possible symptoms, the agency found plausible, alternate explanations, people briefed on the matter say.
CIA says that the mysterious symptoms known as Havana Syndrome are not the result of a sustained global campaign by a hostile power aimed at hundreds of American diplomats and spies. nbcnews.to/3FWXqTD
President Biden said President Putin “will be held accountable” and has never "seen sanctions like the ones I promised will be imposed” if Russia makes further moves against Ukraine.
President Biden says Russia will invade Ukraine, just as the U.S. launches a fresh effort to resolve the standoff and Moscow continues to mass troops on its neighbor's doorstep. nbcnews.to/33NIyJF
U.S. Supreme Court rejects former President Trump’s effort to stop the National Archives from giving the Jan. 6 committee hundreds of pages of documents from his time in the White House. nbcnews.to/3Iqzc5P
House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol issues subpoenas to Trump allies Rudy Giuliani, Jenna Ellis, Sidney Powell and Boris Epshteyn. nbcnews.to/3Klcy0d
All hostages were safely released from a synagogue in the Dallas-Fort Worth area following a more than 10-hour standoff, and the man responsible is dead, local and federal law enforcement officials say. nbcnews.to/33CSaXC
U.S. reported 1.34M Covid cases on Monday, according to @NBCNews tally, with the daily case rate shattering global records. nbcnews.to/3K0hrvB
Georgia beats Alabama to win first college football national championship in 41 years. nbcnews.to/3qdHA23
The Biden administration will begin requiring private health providers to pay for at-home rapid tests for Covid-19 this weekend, officials say. nbcnews.to/3zI7xdc
Kamala Harris, then the VP-elect, was at the DNC headquarters when a pipe bomb was found outside on Jan. 6, 2021, according to three people familiar with the matter. nbcnews.to/3f4VcGp
At least 13 people are dead and two others are in critical condition after a fire at a Philadelphia rowhouse, police say. nbcnews.to/32JBePj
Jury finds Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes guilty on four counts of fraud and lying to investors. nbcnews.to/3qRPSfo
Hundreds of homes have burned and tens of thousands of people were evacuated after a rare, wind-driven wildfire tore through suburban neighborhoods in Colorado, authorities say. nbcnews.to/3pHfZ9g
Ghislaine Maxwell convicted of federal sex trafficking charges for her role in recruiting and grooming teenage girls to be sexually abused by Jeffrey Epstein. nbcnews.to/3eB7hDe
Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has died at age 82, his wife says. nbcnews.to/3z7leC7
John Madden, the Super Bowl-winning coach of the Raiders and legendary NFL broadcaster, has died at age 85, the league says. nbcnews.to/3pxS6ky
Four people were killed and three were injured, including a police officer, in what authorities described Monday as a "killing spree" in the Denver metro area. nbcnews.to/3qsXLHU
The Jan. 6 committee has requested information from Republican Rep. Scott Perry, turning its attention to a fellow lawmaker for the first time. nbcnews.to/3H0gxNn
Omicron overtakes delta as most dominant variant in a matter of weeks, accounting for 73% of new Covid cases in the U.S., CDC says. nbcnews.to/3pdmEHW
Death toll from Typhoon Rai in the Philippines rises to 208, police say. nbcnews.to/3EcjU1O
Federal appeals court reinstates President Biden's vaccine-or-testing mandate for companies with at least 100 employees. nbcnews.to/3p4cl9d
New York City has averaged 2,899 confirmed cases each day over the past week, according to the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, leading to long lines at testing site across the city. nbcnews.to/3IULR1Q
12 people hospitalized in Hong Kong after a fire broke out at a downtown shopping center, the government says, with police saying scores of people were trapped on the roof. nbcnews.to/33pQjoR
U.S. House votes 221-209 to raise the federal debt limit by $2.5T, sending the bill to President Biden for his signature; the measure would avoid a default and prevent another clash over the debt ceiling until after next year’s midterm elections. nbcnews.to/3m6YIUO
U.S. House votes 222-208 to refer Trump fmr. chief of staff, Mark Meadows, to the Justice Dept. to face potential criminal contempt charges over refusal to answer questions about the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. nbcnews.to/3s1zECu
The judge put the effect of his ruling on hold for 14 days to give former President Trump time to appeal.
A federal judge throws out former President Trump's lawsuit seeking to block a House committee from getting his tax returns. nbcnews.to/3dRDGF7
Congressional committee investigating Jan. 6 attack recommends Trump former chief of staff, Mark Meadows, face contempt of Congress charge; referral moves to the full House where it is expected to come up for a vote as soon as Tuesday. nbcnews.to/3GI3hwy