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- CBS News
"When you have a virus like this, it almost invariably is ultimately going to go essentially all over," Fauci said.
- CBS News Videos
A recent increase in organized thefts is hitting major retailers across several states, costing them thousands of dollars in stolen merchandise. CBS News Moneywatch reporter Megan Cerullo speaks with CBS News' Debra Alfarone about why some experts say the pandemic is contributing to the increase in these types of thefts.
- Military Times
A hospital custodian at the Fort Campbell Army post filed a lawsuit arguing she shouldn’t have to pay union dues because of her religious beliefs.
- Times Record News
The verdict is just another reminder that this fight is far from over in the honorable, timeless pursuit of "liberty and justice for all."
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After a decade-long crisis, unemployment in Greece is still at 13%, complicating finding a job for the more than 6,000 refugees who live here. Non-profit group Odyssea takes the challenge head-on, helping thousands with skills training in the past five years. Through courses or follow-up support it helps Syrians, Afghans, Iraqis and others fleeing conflict prepare for the arduous task of finding employment in post-crisis Greece.
As vaccine makers pursue the next generation of COVID-19 vaccines, some are working to develop products that wouldn't require a shot.Why it matters: Delivering a vaccine through a pill or a nasal spray could make them much easier to administer, especially in places where distribution is challenging — or even for people who just don't like needles.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.Driving the news: San Francisco-based biotech Vaxart is working on a COVID v
- The Telegraph
Officials at the World Health Organisations skipped two letters of the Greek alphabet when naming the latest Covid variant in order to avoid “stigmatising” China, and perhaps its premier Xi Jinping.
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
Editorial: Colleges' overreliance on adjunct faculty is bad for students, instructors and academic freedom
Adjunct faculty, generally underpaid and without job security, make up 75% of all college instructors. Higher education now depends on them, which could be a saving grace.
- Colts Wire
We asked Bucs Wire five questions ahead of the Week 12 matchup.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) -Brazil will shut its borders to travelers arriving from six southern African countries, the chief of staff to President Jair Bolsonaro said on Friday, the latest in a slew of major nations to announce restrictions meant to combat the newly identified Omicron variant of the coronavirus. "Brazil will close its aerial border to six countries in Africa due to the new coronavirus variant," Chief of Staff Ciro Nogueira wrote in a Twitter post. The six countries are: South Africa, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe, he said in another Twitter post.
Thousands of Spanish police officers marched through Madrid on Saturday to protest against a proposed reform of a security law which they say will hamper their ability to do their work. Politicians from Spain's three main conservative parties joined police officers in the protest against proposed changes to the 2015 Citizens Security Law, which critics say violates the right to protest and limits free expression. Dubbed the "Gag Law" by those who oppose it, the legislation allows authorities to fine media organisations for distributing unauthorised images of police, strictly limits demonstrations and imposes heavy fines for offenders.
Severe wind battered parts of the north and east coast of the United Kingdom on November 26, amid a “rare” red weather warning issued by the Met Office for the area.Footage by Iain MacDonald, who said it was taken at around 6:50 pm on Friday, shows strong wind gusts in Dundee, on Scotland’s east coast.Police Scotland warned residents not to travel through areas under threat from Storm Arwen. According to local reports, around 80,000 homes in Scotland were without power as a result of the storm.The red weather warning expired in the early hours of Saturday, the Met Office said, but an amber warning for gusts between 65-75 mph remained in place for the northeast of the country. Credit: Iain MacDonald via Storyful
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- The Gainesville Sun
A High Springs woman was seriously injured in the three-vehicle crash
Drone footage captured the moment a city in Nebraska switched on its Christmas lights on November 27, to mark the beginning of the holiday season.The city of Papillion held a Winter Wonderland event on Saturday for locals to “experience all the holiday cheer you can handle,” a website by the organizers said.This video posted to Facebook by the City of Papillion municipal government shows the moment the Christmas lights are switched on. Credit: City of Papillion via Storyful
- The Columbus Dispatch
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh added some trash talk of his own following the Wolverines' upset of Ohio State.
- The Daily Advertiser
LSU offensive line coach Brad Davis will coach the Tigers in the bowl game.
- College Football News
What will the Coaches Poll powered by USA TODAY potentially look like? It's our prediction and best guess on what the latest rankings will be after Week 13
- Ellwood City Ledger
The Commonwealth Court recount results have been certified in Lawrence County
- Atlanta Black Star
‘She Should Spend Time In Prison’: Former DA Accused of ‘Showing Favor’ to the McMichaels Awaits Her Day In Court on Charges Over Delayed Arrests In Ahmaud Arbery’s Slaying
The men convicted of killing Ahmaud Arbery are not the only ones facing prison time for the February 2020 murder. Former Georgia District Attorney Jackie […]