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Jobs Number Comes In Much Worse Than Expected

The new unemployment report is out, and it has a figure that in normal times would be strong: Employers added 245,000 new jobs in November. Meanwhile, the unemployment rate dropped from 6.9% to 6.7%. But in the context of the surging pandemic, the stat about new jobs...

California attorney withdraws from Rittenhouse…

A California attorney for an Illinois 17-year-old accused of fatally shooting two people and wounding a third during a night of unrest in Wisconsin is extracting himself from his criminal defense after prosecutors raised ethical concerns about the lawyer

1-pound dog with backward legs thinks he's the…

1-pound dog with backward legs thinks he's the king

Les soldes d'hiver seront reportés à la fin du…

Les soldes d'hiver seront reportés à la fin du mois de janvier. Habituellement, les soldes d'hiver commencent au début du mois de janvier mais plusieurs groupements de commerçants ont tenu à ce qu'ils soient repoussés. Le ministre délégué aux PME, Alain Griset, a pris la parole ce 4 décembre sur Sud Radio pour annoncer la décision. Je pense qu’aujourd’hui il est utile de reporter, donc les soldes commenceront le 20 janvier , Alain Griset, ministre délégué aux PME. La Confédération des commerçants de France (CDF) et les Commerçants artisans des métropoles de France (CAMF) s'étaient unis pour que le gouvernement entende leur revendication. Les stocks de ces magasins sont au plus hauts et payés depuis des semaines aux fournisseurs. Il est vital pour ces commerces de pouvoir vendre sans réduction de prix, pendant plusieurs semaines afin de pouvoir reconstituer de la trésorerie, CDF-CAMF. Ce report est sensé combler les pertes dues aux confinements successifs et à la fermeture des commerces "non-essentiels"

America's Spy Chief Slammed China. China Now…

In an "exceedingly rare" accusation on Thursday, the US director of national intelligence called China "the greatest threat to America today, and the greatest threat to democracy and freedom worldwide since World War II." China is now responding to John Ratcliffe's op-ed in the Wall Street Journal , and it isn't...

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Southwest Airlines Preparing To Furlough 7,000…

Southwest Airlines just sent 6,828 workers WARN notices after it couldn't come to an agreement. The agreement was with employees to take a pay cut to avoid furloughs. Ramp workers and flight attendants are among the most impacted workgroup. There are over 4,000 WARN notices issued between them, reports Business Insider. Workgroups that accept Southwest's proposed temporary pay cuts will be exempt from any furlough. Even still, nearly 7,000 Southwest Airlines employees are facing furlough in the new year.

Nor'easter to unleash rain, snow this weekend

Strong winds and heavy rain will target the coastal areas and I-95 corridor, while the interior could receive accumulating snow.

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Trailer for 'Blithe Spirit' starring Dan Stevens, Isla Fisher, Judi Dench, Leslie Mann, Emilia Fox

Mistake Leads to Mauling at Carole Baskin's Rescue

A tiger nearly ripped off a volunteer's arm Thursday at Carole Baskin's Big Cat Rescue, made famous by Netflix's Tiger King . Candy Crouser had arrived to feed the male tiger, Kimba, around 8:30am when she noticed he was "locked in a section that was away from where he was...

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Biden: It's 'Important' for Trump to Attend…

When President-elect Joe Biden was asked during a CNN interview Thursday whether President Trump should attend his inauguration, he laughed and said it was of "no personal consequence to me"—but added that it was important for the country. It's "important in the sense that we are able to demonstrate...

Macron calls racial profiling 'unbearable…

France plans to launch a government-monitored online tool in January that is designed  to identify and root out discrimination by police

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‘People’ Reveals Its 2020 People of the Year

‘People’ Reveals Its, 2020 People of the Year. On December 2, ‘People’ announced the release of its second annual 'People of the Year' issue. The issue honors those who have acted as “forces for good in the world.”. The four individuals chosen this year are: George Clooney, Regina King, Dr. Anthony Fauci & Selena Gomez. Clooney is being recognized for his “tireless human and civil rights advocacy” through his organization, The Clooney Foundation for Justice. . ‘People’ also acknowledged the use of his “powerful” voice and platform to speak against political and social inequities. . King is being recognized for her work to encourage voting and advocate for marginalized communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. . ‘People’ called her “a powerful voice this year,” as she has consistently called for an end to police violence. . Dr. Fauci is being hailed by ‘People’ as the “doctor America needed in 2020.”. His “steady guidance,” “devoted public service” and “life-saving leadership” is why ‘People’ chose to honor him. . Gomez is being recognized for giving her Instagram platform, which has over 195 million followers, over to Black activists in June. . Her makeup brand, Rare Beauty, also set a 10-year goal of raising $100 million that will go toward providing mental health services to people in need.

Prosecutors Raise Concerns About Rittenhouse…

A lawyer for Kyle Rittenhouse stepped back from the teenager's criminal case Thursday after prosecutors said ethical concerns made him unfit for the trial team. Kenosha County Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger said in a motion filed Thursday that Los Angeles-based lawyer John Pierce has "significant personal financial difficulties" which...

Pfizer's Vaccine Plan Not Going Exactly As Planned

The Wall Street Journal reported Pfizer cut the number of vaccines it planned to ship in 2020. According to Business Insider, this is due to supply chain delays. Sources say Pfizer sourced materials and set up supply chains while developing a vaccine. This is an "unprecedented" move in the world of medicine and vaccine development. But Pfizer and BioNtech maintain they will produce 1.3 billion doses by the end of 2021. The company says there is no change to Pfizer's vaccine commitment to the US, however.

'It's kind of surreal.' Two wildfires on video in…

Video of a sunrise in Tustin, California, on Dec. 3, shows smoke from the Bond Fire in Orange County obscuring the sun before panning over to show the Airport Fire in Riverside County in the other direction.

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AMC Is Furious About Warner's HBO Max Plan

The world's biggest theater chain appears to have been blindsided by a studio's "seismic shift" in how its movies will be released in 2021. AMC says that by releasing the year's entire slate of movies on HBO Max at the same time they are released in US theaters, Warner Bros....

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Fan Questions Kaling's Kids' 'Very Caucasian…

Mindy Kaling's children, the newest of whom is still very new , are named Katherine and Spencer, and a fan recently questioned the actress about those choices on Instagram, People reports. "Not my business but do your children have Indian middle names?" The fan commented on a post showing Kaling's Vogue...

As hospitals cope with a COVID-19 surge, cyber…

A Vermont hospital network is still recovering from a massive digital disruption in October, signaling the dangers of cyberattacks on the nation's health care system during a surge of COVID-19

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