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🔴 Lockdown effects feared to be killing more people than CovidUnexplained excess deaths outstrip those from virus as medics call figures ‘terrifying’ 🧵⬇️

Dan Price was called "the one moral CEO in America." He spoke about corporate greed and raising the pay of employees. The attention enabled a pattern of abuse in his personal life and hostile behavior at work, a New York Times investigation found.

I cant believe we lost Brian Stelter and Liz Cheney in the same week American Democracy has died

VIP No-fly zones are coming thick and fast. Joe Biden is going from his house in Wilmington, DE, to his house in Rehobeth Beach on Saturday for a third week of vacation until next Wednesday. Meanwhile Kamala Harris remains in Hawaii, where Barack Obama also happens to be

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Here's how to see the Northern Lights in the Chicago area Thursday.

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Both pilots of a Boeing 737 fell asleep, causing them to overfly a runway in Ethiopia before alarms woke them up - AVH

Sex fiend who nearly killed NYC man with sucker punch freed without bail

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The #Flames  have traded Sean Monahan and a conditional 2025 first round pick to the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for future considerations.

Hoping to catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights? 📸✨ Tonight might be your chance! A geomagnetic storm means all of Canada has a chance to see the Aurora Borealis heading into the weekend.

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Scoops of the Day

Our beloved son Henry passed away.  He had the softest blue eyes, an easy smile and a contagious giggle.  We always surrounded him with love and he returned it, and so much more.  Mary and Richard.

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WHO chief: Lack of help for Tigray crisis due to skin color

A Black professor who studies housing discrimination had his house appraised: $472,000. He then did a “whitewashing experiment,” removing indications of Blackness, and had a white colleague — another professor — stand in. The appraisal? $750,000.

Researchers are making amazing progress using Henry’s cells to help cure RETT Syndrome so others don’t have to endure this terrible disease. To support the research:

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BREAKING: CNN Chief Media Correspondent Brian Stelter is leaving the network, his show Reliable Sources is cancelled. MORE:

#TodayInHistory Today marks the 10th death anniversary of former Interior Secretary Jesse Robredo, the husband of former Vice President Leni Robredo.

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Donald Trump Jr. says the FBI uses the media to spin anti-Trump narratives.

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Political strategist Steve Bannon called former Vice President Mike Pence "a disgusting coward" for saying that Republicans should stop lashing out at the FBI over the raid at former President Donald Trump's Florida home.

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Heartiest birthday greetings to my colleague in @BJP4 India and Union Finance Minister Smt@nsitharaman  Ji. Her zeal and hard work to make India a flourishing and vibrant economy are commendable. May Mahaprabhu Jagannath Ji bless her with a long and blissful life.

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A man who says he was at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, but has not been arrested, has been filming himself harassing officers who fought off the mob that day.

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Scoops of the Week

This is what a volcano eruption looks like from space 🌋

I love this story because it reminds me that one person can make a difference. In 1979, Jadav Payeng began planting a tree every day for 37 years — results are stunning

Today marks 75 years since the partition of India. In June 1953, independent India's first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru appeared on the BBC for his television debut. 🧵1/4

A smartphone with a camera drone

So they've released the search warrant for Trump and we now know...pretty much nothing. Except for one thing: they're clearly not purely searching for documents violating classification rules. This is a true deep sea fishing expedition.

EXCLUSIVE: Moments after casting her vote in Jackson, Wyoming, Rep. Liz Cheney tells CBS News’ @costareports  that today is “the beginning of a battle." "We’re facing a moment where our democracy really is under attack and under threat."

August 16, 1946. Direct Action Day. Survivor of #DIrectActionDay  and Noakhali riots, Rabindranath Dutta (92) recalls how naked, butchered bodies of H women were hung from hooks at Raja Bazar beef shops. Victoria College girls were raped, killed and bodies tied to hostel windows.

“Give what you have. To someone, it may be better than you dare to think.”

"Suddenly, images of Biden as a feeble septuagenarian atop a mismanaged White House have given way to those of an experienced leader, smiling behind aviator sunglasses," writes John Harwood | Analysis

This elephant was up to the... tusk 🐘 The animal returned a child’s shoe after it fell into its zoo enclosure in eastern China

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