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Despite the military junta's lethal brutality, "anti-coup demonstrators returned to the streets of Myanmar on Saturday." Their courage and persistence is deeply impressive.

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@AlanDersh  tells @CarlHigbie  "it is certainly is a political stunt, the implications of it are mind-boggling" referring to Eric Swalwell's lawsuit against Trump.

A sheriff from Arizona has accused President Biden of creating 'roads for the cartels'

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The image all those right-wing influencers were sharing of the original Lola Bunny is actually pornographic fan art. Whoops!

Inaugural poet Amanda Gorman says she was racially profiled by security guard outside her apartment

Blackpink member Jisoo has been named by luxury brand Dior its “global ambassador for both fashion and beauty.”

About four in ten teenagers have reported feeling more lonely than usual, according to a Common Sense Media survey. @juliejargon  spoke to five teens who shared insights about friendships in the Covid-19 age. #WSJWhatsNow 

How did Israel get its hands on so much of Pfizer's Covid vaccine? Some analysis from our cover story on the Bloomberg Businessweek Radio show

China has come a long way since the Maoist era, but the desire for self-reliance remains

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Scoops of the Day

A food store in Belgium was facing closure when an Irish solution to a British problem presented itself, Europe Editor Tony Connelly reports. | Read more:

Analysis: End of the road for Hong Kong's democratic dream as China 'improves' its voting system

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Trying to deny the fact that Myanmar security forces shot in the head and killed 19-year-old protester Kyal Sin, widely known as Angel, the authorities reportedly removed her body from her grave for examination before returning it.

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"How many dead bodies are need for the UN to take action to Save Myanmar?" So far, judging by China's and Russia's shameful continued blocking of strong UN Security Council action, not enough.

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These are the first wild beavers in England for around 400 years -- and their dam-building has had a remarkable impact on the ecosystem:

some of the best advice i've ever received is to always remember that other people's urgency is not your emergency

Surround yourself with people who care about you, and encourage you to reach higher. @RexChapman 

Poet Amanda Gorman says she was racially profiled outside her apartment when a security guard tailed her on her walk home.

Here’s @SenatorSinema  walking on to the floor, patting Mitch McConnell on the back, looking back to make sure he sees her, then giving the thumbs down to a $15 minimum wage

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Scoops of the Week

Congrats to @NiallOfficial  who has just won the RTÉ Choice Music Prize Irish Song of the Year 2020 with No Judgement 🙌 #rtechoiceprize  @RTE2fm  @RTEplayer  @choicemusicprize 

"That looked like a bird!" Watch the amazing moment a murmuration of starlings took on the shape of a giant bird over Lough Ennell in Co Westmeath.

I just announced Texas is OPEN 100%. EVERYTHING. I also ended the statewide mask mandate.

Beyond seizing power, the Myanmar junta is rewriting the country's laws, criminalizing even peaceful protests and enabling arbitrary arrests and detention as well as violations of the right to privacy -- all by decree, without parliament.

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THIS JUST IN: New IG report shows Elaine Chao apparently violated federal ethics rules in multiple ways, including directing official staffers to do personal tasks. Please read, RT, and share.

K-pop sensation @bts_bighit  scooped the 2020 Global Recording Artist of the Year Award from @IFPI_org 

Biden removes mention of Dr. Seuss from 'Read Across America Day'

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JUST IN: D.C. National Guard chief says Pentagon prevented immediate response to mob on Jan. 6

BTS named world's best-selling artists of 2020

FBI Director Chris Wray makes it clear that the FBI considers the mob storming the U.S. Capitol an act of "domestic terrorism." He says 300 people have been arrested by the FBI and other law enforcement agencies. And he added, more people are being charged almost everyday.

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