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‘The emergence of the highly mutated Omicron variant underlines just how perilous and precarious our situation is,’ WHO director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said, sounding the alarm at the start of an assembly of health ministers

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella sold about half of his shares in the company last week, according to a filing made with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

The majority of Jack Dorsey's wealth is tied up in Square stock, not Twitter shares. Interesting that Dorsey didn't mention that in the $TWTR press release. I'll discuss it with @richardquest  on @cnni  @questCNN  around 3:14 ET. $SQ

The findings come months after Alicia Soerensen, who was at Lamport Stadium on July 21 to protest a city-led clearing of a homeless camp, lodged a formal complaint about officers’ actions to the Office of the Independent Police Review Director.

Great privilege to attend the memorial service for Sgt Matt Ratana, greatly missed in Selhurst where he led the neighbourhood police team. Moving and respectful tributes today to a man who really made a difference

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Cryptocurrencies post record inflows in first 11 months - CoinShares

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What happens if you lose your keys? @financeiscool  shares a crypto horror story f #cryptoliteracymonthr  . #financeiscool  Comment#TikTokn  :

Matt Oyen rented a car from Thrifty during a visit to Minnesota's Twin Cities. Oyen selected Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport as his drop-off point but dropped the rental at the wrong terminal. The mistake earned him a $932 charge from Thrifty.

Emma Willis details frantic call from husband Matt's best man after wedding day mishap

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Citigroup alum Matt Zhang launches $1.5B crypto-investing venture by @BankInnovation  2021-11-29 19:32:19


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This moment of utter spare time, I realized the importance of a dialogue with my family," #KAI  from @weareoneEXO  shares some photos for the #GucciCommunity  in a message of solidarity, kindness and well-being.

...votes from Trump to Biden, late voting, and many more. Therefore, effective immediately, Chris Krebs has been terminated as Director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.

I am pleased to announce that Christopher C. Miller, the highly respected Director of the National Counterterrorism Center (unanimously confirmed by the Senate), will be Acting Secretary of Defense, effective immediately..

Joe Biden sniffs little girls. Hunter films himself smoking crack. Toobin plays with his penis while on a business Zoom call. Anthony Weiner shares photos of his wiener. Bill Clinton is a known sex predator. And these sickos say @realDonaldTrump ’s conduct is inappropriate!

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The Black Lives Matter managing director thanks @BTS_twt  and @bts_bighit  for their $1 million donation: "We are moved by the generosity of BTS and allies all over the world who stand in solidarity in the fight for Black lives"

“Cities across the Nation that are run by Democrats are in shambles.” Matt Walsh@TuckerCarlson 

FBI Director Christopher Wray just admitted that the FISA Warrants and Survailence of my campaign were illegal. So was the Fake Dossier. THEREFORE, THE WHOLE SCAM INVESTIGATION, THE MUELLER REPORT AND EVERYTHING ELSE FOR THREE YEARS, WAS A FIXED HOAX. WHO PAYS THE PRICE?....

“FBI Director apologizes for FISA Errors (of which there were far to many to be a coincidence!).” @FoxNews  Chris, what about all of the lives that were ruined because of the so-called “errors?” Are these “dirty cops” going to pay a big price for the fraud they committed?

As a former secretary of labor, I can tell you that the airlines don't deserve a $50 billion bailout. In the last 10 years, they spent 96% of their cash flow to buy back shares of their own stock in order to boost executive bonuses. They shouldn't see a dime of taxpayer money.

The biggest U.S. airlines spent 96% of free cash flow over the last decade to buy back shares of their own stock in order to boost executive bonuses and please wealthy investors. Now, they expect taxpayers to bail them out to the tune of $50 billion. It's the same old story.