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Coronavirus: Google reveals travel habits during the pandemic
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Coronavirus: Google reveals travel habits during the pandemic

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Coronavirus graphicMoreGoogle is to publicly track people's movements over the course of the coronavirus pandemic.<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)--sm Mt(0.8em)--sm" type="text" content="The tech firm will publish details…

I tried Aldi's famous frozen chicken breasts, and I get why their fan club has nearly 15,000 members
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I tried Aldi's famous frozen chicken breasts, and I get why their fan club has nearly 15,000 members

admin - November 9, 2020

Aldi's Red Bag Chicken has a huge fan base. Lara Walsh for InsiderAlthough a bag of frozen, breaded chicken fillets might not be at the top of…

Ex-Venezuelan spy chief Carvajal discussing surrender with U.S. authorities: sources
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Ex-Venezuelan spy chief Carvajal discussing surrender with U.S. authorities: sources

admin - March 28, 2020

FILE PHOTO: Former Venezuelan intelligence chief Carvajal stands during his extradition hearing to U.S. in MadridMoreBy Angus Berwick and Matt SpetalnickCARACAS/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The former head of…

Stolen Fortnite accounts are being sold on the black market for hundreds of dollars
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Stolen Fortnite accounts are being sold on the black market for hundreds of dollars

admin - August 29, 2020

<img class="caas-img has-preview" alt="Epic Games booth for the game Fortnite is shown at E3, the annual video games expo revealing the latest in gaming software and hardware…

World leaders to meet virtually to coordinate virus response
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World leaders to meet virtually to coordinate virus response

admin - March 26, 2020

A mostly empty street is seen in a commercial district in downtown Tehran, Iran, Sunday, March 22, 2020. On Sunday, Iran imposed a two-week closure on major…

A fired Amazon employee led a protest in front of Jeff Bezos' $165 million Beverly Hills mansion over workers' wages and job protections
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A fired Amazon employee led a protest in front of Jeff Bezos' $165 million Beverly Hills mansion over workers' wages and job protections

admin - October 5, 2020

<img class="caas-img has-preview" alt="Former Amazon employee, Christian Smalls, stands with fellow demonstrators during a protest outside of an Amazon warehouses in the Staten Island borough of New…

Trump coronavirus: Morning Joe host says president could be guilty of ‘manslaughter’ if he infects Secret Service and White House staff
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Trump coronavirus: Morning Joe host says president could be guilty of ‘manslaughter’ if he infects Secret Service and White House staff

admin - October 6, 2020

(EPA)MSNBC’s Morning Joe host Mika Brzezinski has questioned if President Donald Trump would face “manslaughter” charges for potentially infecting the Secret Service and members of the White…

Breonna Taylor protest updates: Golf balls thrown at Louisville protesters, L.A. protester hit with officer's riot shield
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Breonna Taylor protest updates: Golf balls thrown at Louisville protesters, L.A. protester hit with officer's riot shield

admin - September 26, 2020

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Protesters demanding justice for Breonna Taylor continued to flood cities throughout the United States, three days after a grand jury declined to indict three officers…

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Fact check: States don't have more than 100% voter turnout in an election

admin - November 9, 2020

Claim: Several key states had more ballots cast than registered votersEven as Joe Biden prepares enter the White House as president-elect, the president and the internet are spreading…

Utah Police Officer Kidnapped Family Member on Thanksgiving in ‘Paranoid’ Episode: Cops
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Utah Police Officer Kidnapped Family Member on Thanksgiving in ‘Paranoid’ Episode: Cops

admin - November 29, 2020

The Daily BeastFlorida Fire Captain’s ‘Accidental’ Shooting Death Unearthed His Secret LifeOn Nov. 2, police received a call from a local jewelry salesman, Jay Brett Rind, reporting…

How Australia-China relations have hit 'lowest ebb in decades'
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How Australia-China relations have hit 'lowest ebb in decades'

admin - October 11, 2020

A Chinese officer outside the Australian embassy in Beijing in JulyTensions between Australia and China have recently read like the edge-of-your-seat part of a geopolitical thriller; no-one…

Mark Zuckerberg reportedly intervened after a Facebook employee posted a controversial defense of police in the wake of Kenosha shootings
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Mark Zuckerberg reportedly intervened after a Facebook employee posted a controversial defense of police in the wake of Kenosha shootings

admin - September 3, 2020

A Facebook employee sparked outrage after defending "well-intentioned law enforcement officers" and disputing that there's racial bias in policing in a post on internal company messaging boards,…

US surgeon general cited for being in closed Hawaii park
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US surgeon general cited for being in closed Hawaii park

admin - October 6, 2020

FILE - In this Sept. 9, 2020 file photo Surgeon General Jerome Adams testifies during a Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee hearing to discuss vaccines…

Woman leaks brain fluid after COVID-19 test, study says. Why you shouldn’t worry
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Woman leaks brain fluid after COVID-19 test, study says. Why you shouldn’t worry

admin - October 2, 2020

After getting a coronavirus swab test at a hospital, a U.S. woman began leaking brain fluid from her nose, according to a study published Thursday in the…

After man saves girl from drowning, family shows appreciation by helping pay for his wedding
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After man saves girl from drowning, family shows appreciation by helping pay for his wedding

admin - November 2, 2020

Samantha Whiting wanted to show her appreciation for the man who saved her daughter this summer when she was caught in a riptide, and although she only…

Top EU court says eastern states broke law by refusing to host refugees
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Top EU court says eastern states broke law by refusing to host refugees

admin - April 2, 2020

By Gabriela BaczynskaBRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union's top court ruled on Thursday that Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic had broken the law by refusing to…

ISIS terrorists known as the 'Beatles' likely to be brought to U.S. in coming days
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ISIS terrorists known as the 'Beatles' likely to be brought to U.S. in coming days

admin - October 6, 2020

Two of the British Islamic State terrorists dubbed the "Beatles," accused of involvement in the murders of U.S. hostages in Syria, are likely to be brought to…

Voting 2020 live updates: NYC lines raise worries of suppression; Supreme Court upholds Wisconsin law; Florida could set turnout record
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Voting 2020 live updates: NYC lines raise worries of suppression; Supreme Court upholds Wisconsin law; Florida could set turnout record

admin - October 27, 2020

Most experts predict scattered violence is the worst the United States could experience this Election Day, given isolated incidents that have already taken place this year, USA TODAY's Trevor…

Michigan Attorney General Won’t Enforce Governor’s Coronavirus Restrictions after Court Rules Them Unconstitutional
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Michigan Attorney General Won’t Enforce Governor’s Coronavirus Restrictions after Court Rules Them Unconstitutional

admin - October 5, 2020

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced Sunday she would no longer use criminal prosecution to enforce the governor’s coronavirus lockdown restrictions after the state Supreme Court found…

The DOJ is suing Yale, accusing it of discriminating against Asian American and white applicants. Their claims are 'leveraging the model minority myth' to pit racial groups against each other, scholars say.
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The DOJ is suing Yale, accusing it of discriminating against Asian American and white applicants. Their claims are 'leveraging the model minority myth' to pit racial groups against each other, scholars say.

admin - October 9, 2020

Yale university in New Haven, CT. Associated Press/Beth J. HarpazOn Thursday, the Justice Department sued Yale University, accusing it of race-based discrimination on "most Asian and White…