Vaccine 1st puts spotlight on German pharma…

News that British regulators have granted emergency authorization to the first rigorously tested coronavirus vaccine marked a turning point in the global effort curb the pandemic

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Prosecutor: No charges in buggy crash that killed Amish kids

An elderly motorist whose SUV slammed into the back of a horse-drawn buggy on a southern Michigan road, killing three Amish children from the same family, will not be charged

New 'Fortnite' Trailer Showcases 'The Mandalorian'

New 'Fortnite' Trailer , Showcases 'The Mandalorian'. The trailer means that 'Fortnite Chapter 2: Season 5: Zero Point' is currently live and playable. The newest stars of the game include Mando and Baby Yoda from Disney's 'The Mandalorian.'. Other new characters include an updated version of Agent Jonesy. More additions include significant changes to the map of 'Fortnite Chapter 2: Season 5.'. A gladiator arena has been added. and the viking longship appears to have made a return. 'Fortnite' continues its crossover with Marvel's storyline, meaning that more Marvel characters will likely appear in the future

NYC bar owner who defied coronavirus restrictions…

The New York City sheriff's office says a bar owner who was providing indoor service in defiance of coronavirus restrictions has been arrested

Polarized Politics In Congress

For real change to be made for the American people, bi-partisan work is vital. With the election result closer thane expected both sides of the aisle will have to work together to enact change. We discuss how likely this will be. Kat Cammack, Representative-elect for Florida's 3rd Congressional District, Matt McDermott, VP Whitman Insight Strategies and Matt Klink, GOP Campaign Strategist offer their insight.

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Review: Reorienting the crime drama in 'I'm Your…

When it’s at its best, “I’m Your Woman” feels like you’ve slipped through a trap door, revealing a hidden pathway in an old genre apparatus

Comcast to Impose Home Internet Data Cap in…

Comcast to Impose Home Internet Data Cap in Several States Next Year. In 2021, Comcast intends to charge northeastern U.S. customers if they go over 1.2TB of data per month. This data cap is already in effect for customers with non-unlimited plans in other parts of the nation. Starting in January and February, Xfinity customers who aren't on an unlimited plan will be given a "credit" for data usage charges over 1.2TB while they get used to the new limits. In March, exceeding the data cap will cost customers $10 per 50GB of data up to $100. Customers will also receive one "courtesy" credit per year. Though Comcast says 95% of its customers only average about 308GB of data use per month. internet use continues to grow as people work and find entertainment at home amid the pandemic

Putin orders 'large-scale' COVID-19 vaccination…

Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered the start of a “large-scale” COVID-19 vaccination by late next week

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Winning numbers drawn in 'Pick 3 Day' game

Twitter Will Warn You When You Like Misleading…

Twitter Will Warn You , When You Like Misleading Tweets. The new feature expands upon another one that was recently implemented by the social media platform ahead of the 2020 election. in which retweets of material flagged as misleading also received a warning. When users "like" a tweet by pressing the heart icon, a prompt pops up encouraging them to "Find out more.". According to Twitter, more than 300,000 tweets were labeled as misleading from Oct. 27 though Nov. 11. 456 tweets were blocked from being retweeted, having been hidden behind a warning. The new feature of alerting users who have "liked" tweets deemed misleading will hit web and iOS users this week. On Android devices, users will begin to notice the feature sometime in the next few weeks

Woman who fled business fraud sentencing seeks…

An Ohio woman who fled the U.S. ahead of her sentencing in one of the country's biggest corporate fraud cases is asking for early release from prison

College Life In The Age Of Covid

As coronavirus cases continue to spike across the U.S. colleges are being hit hard. What were once hubs of academic and social life are now shadows of their former selves. At the University of Dayton, which last month saw the tragic passing of an 18-year-old freshman from COVID related complications, students talk to us about how their lives have changed at the hands of the virus.

Winning numbers drawn in 'Daily 4 Day' game

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Snapchat to Award $1 Million to Creators With…

Snapchat to Award $1 Million to Creators With Most ‘Entertaining’ Posts. On November 23, Snap Inc. announced the launch of their new feature, Spotlight. It will reportedly “shine a light” on “entertaining” posts created by the Snapchat community. . We built Spotlight to be a place where anyone’s content can take center stage – without needing a public account or an influencer following, Snap Inc., via press release . In order to incentivize users to engage with Spotlight, Snap Inc. is awarding over $1 million each day to creators. Each day, the daily prize fund will be awarded to one creator or multiple creators. It all depends on Snap Inc.’s “proprietary formula,” which rewards creators based on the “total number of unique video views” received in a given day. . Many Snapchatters will earn each day, and the ones who create the top Snaps within that group will earn the most for their creativity, Snap Inc., via press release . The reward program will reportedly run until the end of 2020, at which point it may be extended

US tightens definition of service animals allowed…

Say goodbye to emotional-support animals in airplane cabins

BONUS: Long Term Implications of Vote By Mail

Barry Burden, professor of political science and director of the Elections Research Center at the University of Wisconsin, discusses the long term implications of the move towards voting by mail this election cycle.

T-Mobile Is First Carrier to Enable 988 Number…

T-Mobile Is First Carrier to Enable 988 Number for Mental Health Services. In July 2020, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) unanimously voted to assign the number to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (NSPL). The FCC gave carriers a deadline of July 2022 to put the number into effect. On Friday, T-Mobile announced that it has added support for the number more than a year and a half ahead of the deadline. In a statement, T-Mobile chief technology officer Abdul Saad said providing access to the 988 emergency mental health services number... . ... was “a matter of urgency for us, particularly as the COVID-19 pandemic continues and the holiday season approaches.”. At this time, the number is not able to receive text messages. FCC commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel has called this problematic since talking on the phone is “not native for most young people.”. People in need of mental health support can still engage with NSPL via online chats if they find talking on the phone to be uncomfortable.

The Latest: Biden: I won't immediately lift China…

President-elect Joe Biden says he won’t immediately lift tariffs placed by President Donald Trump on many imports from China or break Trump’s initial trade deal

BONUS: Grassroots Organizing

Lela Ali, the Georgia State advisor for the Movement Voter Project discusses efforts to get voters to the ballot box in Georgia on January 5th.

Apple va payer 113 millions de dollars pour avoir…

Apple va payer 113 millions de dollars, pour avoir intentionnellement, ralenti les iPhones. Selon CNN, Apple a accepté de régler une enquête sur la façon dont il a poussé une mise à jour logicielle en décembre 2016 ... ... au lieu d'être transparent sur les problèmes de batterie de l'iPhone. Surnommé par certains le "batteryygate", cela a affecté les performances des anciens modèles d'iPhone, incitant de nombreux consommateurs à acheter de nouveaux téléphones. Les grandes entreprises technologiques doivent cesser de manipuler les consommateurs et leur dire toute la vérité sur leurs pratiques et leurs produits, Le procureur général de l'Arizona, Mark Brnovich, via un communiqué de presse. Je m'engage à responsabiliser ces entreprises technologiques lorsqu'elles dissimulent des informations importantes aux utilisateurs, Le procureur général de l'Arizona, Mark Brnovich, via un communiqué de presse. En plus de payer 113 millions de dollars dans 34 états. le géant de la technologie a promis de fournir des mises à jour véridiques sur la santé, les performances et la gestion de l'alimentation de la batterie de l'iPhone

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Austria to allow Christmas skiing but many…

Austrian officials say they will allow skiing to start on Dec. 24, but will limit the capacity of ski lifts and keep restaurants, bars and hotels largely closed until early January

Voter Turnout The Key To Georgia

With control of the Senate down to the upcoming Georgia runoffs, both Republicans and Democrats are pouring resources into the state. Experts believe the winner will come down to which side is best able to mobilise voters. Sonja Diaz of UCLA, Lela Ali the Georgia State advisor for the Movement Voter Project and Barry Burden from the University of Wisconsin Electoral Center weigh in.

Rafer Johnson, 1960 Olympic decathlon champion…

Rafer Johnson, who won the decathlon at the 1960 Rome Olympics and helped subdue Robert F