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Visitor: Monolith toppled by group who said 'leave no trace'

58 minutes ago   |   My Sanantonio   |   2 articles

SALT LAKE CITY - New clues have surfaced in the disappearance of a gleaming monolith in Utah that seemed to melt away as mysteriously as it appeared in the red-rock desert...
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A YouTuber with over 200,000 subscribers breaks down her exact income for every month in 2020 - and how she grew her channel

A YouTuber with over 200,000 subscribers breaks down her exact income for every month in 2020 - and how she grew her channel

3 hours ago   |   Business Insider

Summary List Placement This is the latest installment of Business Insider's YouTube money logs , where creators break down how much they earn. Erin Winters has always loved...
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Louisiana gas station clerk shot and killed during robbery

4 hours ago   |   NY Daily News   |   2 articles

A Louisiana gas station clerk was shot and killed immediately after handing over all the money in the store's cash register, police said.
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Climate change warms groundwater in Bavaria

5 hours ago   |   Science Daily

Groundwater reservoirs in Bavaria have warmed considerably over the past few decades. A new study compares temperatures at 35 measuring stations, taken at different depths...
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Gas station clerk senselessly shot dead after handing over cash: cops

Gas station clerk senselessly shot dead after handing over cash: cops

6 hours ago   |   New York Post   |   2 articles

A cold-hearted thief fatally shot a Louisiana gas station clerk at close range - even after he calmly handed over all the money in the register, police said. Two men entered a...
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Manhattan hasn't had this much available office space since 2003

7 hours ago   |   Fortune

Manhattan hasn't had this much available office space since 2003, according to a report by Colliers International. The availability rate rose to 13.5% in November, with more...
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LA's Union Station COVID-19 testing site to remain open despite 'She's All That' remake shoot

7 hours ago   |   ABC

A popular COVID-19 testing site in downtown Los Angeles will remain open after initially deciding to close Tuesday for the film shoot of a remake to the '90s romantic comedy...
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COVID-19 test site reopens after closing to film Addison Rae movie

COVID-19 test site reopens after closing to film Addison Rae movie

7 hours ago   |   New York Post

A cast and crew of about 170 people were set to film outside and inside of the station.
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Metra to hold virtual Toys for Tots drive in 2020

Metra to hold virtual Toys for Tots drive in 2020

8 hours ago   |   WGN TV

CHICAGO - Metra has once again partnered with the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Foundation in 2020, and will hold a virtual drive due to the COVID-19...
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Detroit police fatally shoot gunman suspected in slaying

8 hours ago   |   Star Tribune

Police killed a gunman during a shootout early Tuesday who was suspected of fatally shooting a woman over a child-custody issue and firing shots at a Detroit police station...
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CDC to shorten 14-day COVID-19 quarantine recommendation

CDC to shorten 14-day COVID-19 quarantine recommendation

The guidelines apply to people who have come in contact to someone infected with the virus for when they can resume normal activity. Read more ...

US panel: First vaccines to health care workers, nursing homes

US panel: First vaccines to health care workers, nursing homes

The two priority groups include around 24 million Americans. Read more ...

Attorney General Bill Barr says there was no widespread fraud in the 2020...

Attorney General Bill Barr says there was no widespread fraud in the 2020 election, defying Trump

Summary List Placement Attorney General Bill Barr on Tuesday said that neither the Department of Justice nor the Federal Bureau of Investigation have uncovered widespread voter... Read more ...

Trump Campaign Files Lawsuit Challenging Wisconsin Election Results

Trump Campaign Files Lawsuit Challenging Wisconsin Election Results

Similar Trump campaign lawsuits have failed in other battleground states. Read more ...

Bowling alley manager, worker assaulted in Maryland over request to wear...

Bowling alley manager, worker assaulted in Maryland over request to wear face masks

A bowling alley manager and worker were assaulted in Maryland after some patrons refused to wear face masks. Read more ...

Centrist lawmakers push $908 billion plan to break coronavirus impasse on...

Centrist lawmakers push $908 billion plan to break coronavirus impasse on Capitol Hill

A bipartisan group is pushing congressional leaders to accept a split-the-differences solution to the impasse on COVID-19 relief. Read more ...

Salesforce is buying workplace chat app Slack for $27.7 billion

Salesforce is buying workplace chat app Slack for $27.7 billion

Cloud-computing giant Salesforce on Tuesday said it will acquire popular workplace messaging platform Slack for $27.7 billion. The cash-and-stock deal - one of the largest ever... Read more ...

DOJ hasn't seen evidence of ‘systemic' election fraud says AG Barr - because...

DOJ hasn't seen evidence of ‘systemic' election fraud says AG Barr - because it hasn't been looking, Trump lawyers reply

US Attorney General Bill Barr told AP that the Department of Justice has not seen evidence of fraud on a scale that could change the outcome of the election, but President... Read more ...

Nurse put on administrative leave after her TikTok bragging about breaking...

Nurse put on administrative leave after her TikTok bragging about breaking COVID-19 rules goes viral

The video, which has since been taken down, showed the nurse, wearing scrubs and a stethoscope around her neck, pretending to scream with a caption that read: "When my... Read more ...

65 years ago today, Rosa Parks stood up for civil rights by sitting down

65 years ago today, Rosa Parks stood up for civil rights by sitting down

It was on this day in 1955 when a simple act of defiance elevated a seamstress in Montgomery, Alabama, into a pivotal symbol in America's civil rights movement. Read more ...