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South Africa's president criticizes 'vaccine nationalism'

3 minutes ago   |   ABC News   |   2 articles

South African president and African Union chairman Cyril Ramaphosa has called on richer nations to release surplus vaccine doses to the rest of the world
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Officials say Israeli minister visited Sudan to discuss ties

3 minutes ago   |   ABC News

Officials say an Israeli delegation headed by the country's intelligence minister quietly visited Sudan the previous day and met with the African nation's leaders
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Trump Impeachment Trial Could Further Polarize Nation, Analyst Says

15 minutes ago   |   NPR

Could the Senate impeachment trial hurt Democrats' ability to achieve their ambitious goals under President Biden? Democratic strategist Douglas Schoen tells NPR's Sarah...
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Boston Doctor Suggests Wearing 2 Masks As UK COVID Variant Spreads

17 minutes ago   |   CBS

The COVID-19 variant from the United Kingdom is more contagious and could be more deadly, so a Boston doctor is urging people to update their face covering. “I do think that if...
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Dr. Anthony Fauci is the federal government's top-paid employee, and was paid $18,000 more than Trump in 2019

Dr. Anthony Fauci is the federal government's top-paid employee, and was paid $18,000 more than Trump in 2019

29 minutes ago   |   Business Insider

Summary List Placement Dr. Anthony Fauci has the highest salary of all federal government employees in the US. He even earns more than the president. The nation's top...
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2034, Part I: Peril in the South China Sea

31 minutes ago   |   Wired

“We've got a ship in duress that hasn't sent out a distress signal. Something doesn't add up.”
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U.S. Military Has 'White Supremacy' Problem Says House Armed Services Chair

39 minutes ago   |   Newsweek

Democratic Rep. Adam Smith said Monday that white nationalism and far-right extremism in the military "needs to be addressed."
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What Happened to the Intern Revolution?

43 minutes ago   |   The New Republic

“Do you think we'll ever use unpaid interns?” a friend once asked while we were being used as unpaid interns. It was 2011, in the thick of the long slog of the Great Recession...
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Why Josh Hawley is Playing the Victim

43 minutes ago   |   The New Republic

Two and a half weeks ago, something terrible happened to Senator Josh Hawley. Something not only fundamentally opposed to American values but downright unconstitutional, as...
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The True Cost of Energy Monopolies

43 minutes ago   |   The New Republic

For the vast majority of North Carolina's ten-million-plus residents, there is only one option if they'd like to heat their home, turn on the lights, or charge their phone...
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MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has been banned from Twitter

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has been banned from Twitter

Twitter made its decision based on a new policy it enacted after the Capitol insurrection whereby people who repeatedly share election misinformation can be permanently banned. Read more ...

'I still have trouble with it': One year on, Lakers stars struggle to come...

'I still have trouble with it': One year on, Lakers stars struggle to come to terms with Kobe Bryant's death

One year on from the tragic helicopter crash that took Kobe Bryant, along with his daughter Gianna and seven others, those inside the Lakers organization still acutely feel the... Read more ...

UN chief urges global alliance to counter rise of neo-Nazis

UN chief urges global alliance to counter rise of neo-Nazis

Secretary-General Guterres urged coordinated global action on Monday to build an alliance against the growth and spread of white supremacy and the resurgence of xenophobia and... Read more ...

Janet Yellen wins Senate approval as treasury secretary

Janet Yellen wins Senate approval as treasury secretary

Janet Yellen has been confirmed as President Joe Biden's treasury secretary in an overwhelming Senate vote. She is the first woman to hold the job in the 232-year history of... Read more ...

At least five people injured in Oregon after vehicle hits multiple pedestrians

At least five people injured in Oregon after vehicle hits multiple pedestrians

A vehicle struck at least five people in Portland, Oregon, on Monday afternoon, authorities said. Read more ...

President Biden raises the bar on vaccines, suggesting US will get to 1.5...

President Biden raises the bar on vaccines, suggesting US will get to 1.5 million shots a day

President Joe Biden on Monday appeared to boost his goal for coronavirus vaccinations in his first 100 days in office, suggesting that the nation could soon be vaccinating 1.5... Read more ...

Southwest joins other airlines in banning emotional support animals

Southwest joins other airlines in banning emotional support animals

The new regulation says airlines aren't required to treat emotional support animals as service animals. Read more ...

Watchdog probes if DOJ officials tried to overturn election

Watchdog probes if DOJ officials tried to overturn election

The Justice Department's inspector general is launching an investigation to examine whether any former or current department officials “engaged in an improper attempt” to... Read more ...

Italy's Giuseppe Conte steps down as PM but hopes to return to power with...

Italy's Giuseppe Conte steps down as PM but hopes to return to power with new coalition govt

Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has announced his resignation after being urged by members of his own government to step down and form a new coalition. The move has been... Read more ...

Stabbing spree in Frankfurt leaves ‘several' people injured as German...

Stabbing spree in Frankfurt leaves ‘several' people injured as German authorities probe attacker's motives

An assailant armed with a knife has been detained by police after wounding several people in Frankfurt, Germany. Law enforcement officials are piecing together the... Read more ...