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#Breaking | India will start exporting COVID vaccine to Nepal from tomorrow.

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Pfizer Covid vaccine DOES work against mutant UK strain, new findings suggest

Thousands of Israelis tested positive for coronavirus after first vaccine shot

The Wall Street Journal reported that it's not clear how serious he is about creating the "Patriot Party."

Here’s what’s new on Amazon Prime in January 2021

YouTube bans Trump for another week ahead of Biden's inauguration

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Over 15 million doses of #COVID19  vaccines have been administered in China so far, said the National Health Commission on Wednesday.

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Supreme Court to farm unions: Fine if you won't appear before panel, but don't malign court

Entrusting an authoritarian con-man with the world’s most powerful elective office brought the United States catastrophe, but it has also left us with a historic opportunity for democratic renewal. @EricLevitz  writes

Susanna Reid takes on Priti Patel over government's gaslighting of public on coronavirus


Scoops of the Day

Enjoy your next job as a cocktail waitress in Tampa.

An Army reservist, who has "secret" clearance to a cache of military supplies, has been criminally charged for his role in this month's deadly insurrection at the US Capitol, officials say.

Pres.-elect Joe Biden at lighting ceremony honoring victims of COVID-19: “To heal, we must remember. It’s hard sometimes to remember. But that’s how we heal. It’s important to do that as a nation.”

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15-year-old Amiyah was last seen in Philadelphia, #Pensylvania  on January 12, 2021.

US soldier arrested for allegedly saying he wanted to help ISIS strike the 9/11 Memorial in New York City and attempting to help ISIS to target US soldiers in the Middle East, according to senior law enforcement officials.

Breaking News: The College Board will drop the SAT’s optional essay section and end subject tests as part of a streamlining process accelerated by the pandemic.

BREAKING: The U.S. has reached yet another grim milestone as the confirmed coronavirus death toll topped 400,000, just one day before President-elect Joe Biden is set to take the oath of office.

Opinion: Trump leaves a scorched landscape. But Biden brings hope at last.

Iran’s foreign ministry has sanctioned outgoing Donald Trump and nine other current senior officials, sanctions include travel ban and a freeze of financial assets

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The U.S. supported an attempted coup in Venezuela, and Biden's foreign policy chief plans to continue it. The world deserves better.


Scoops of the Week

Ok, I will start. I didn’t give any Capitol tours to anyone last week.

As I reflect on the past four years, I can't help but think of Congressman John Lewis' powerful words, "Do not get lost in a sea of despair. Be hopeful, be optimistic. Our struggle is not the struggle of a day, a week, a month, or a year, it is the struggle of a lifetime.”

If someone who tried to overthrow the government invoked my name on the Senate Floor as he rifled through my papers, saying I was “cool with it,” I would put out a statement.

Opinion: The impeachment of Donald Trump must proceed. The Senate can’t dodge its duty.

“The election wasn’t rigged. I was wrong to imply it was. This has gotten out of hand. I didn’t sign up for an armed insurrection. I swore an oath to the Constitution, and I let the moment blind me and imperil democracy itself. I am sorry.” - Actually no one has said this yet.

Today, the minimum wage would be $23 if it had grown at the rate of productivity since 1960. You are being exploited.

Memo: If President Trump spent much of his presidency casting the GOP as the party of law and order, he is concluding it by clarifying just who the law was designed to order: people of color, especially when they protest for their rights.

Thank you California—it has been an honor serving as your senator for the past four years. Our country has faced many challenges, but I remain certain that our best days are ahead. I promise to keep standing up for our shared values as your Vice President.

For those mourning the loss of Phil Spector, please don't forget my friend Lana Clarkson he murdered. A photo I took of her in the Hollywood Hills circa 1990.

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More than two million people around the world have now died with Covid-19