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COVID-19 has resurfaced as a worry for investors and a potential driver of big market moves after a new variant triggered alarm, long after the threat had receded in Wall Street's eyes. Worries about a new strain of the virus, named Omicron and classified by the World Health Organisation as a variant of concern, slammed markets worldwide and dealt the S&P 500 index its biggest one-day percentage loss in nine months. At least, investors said signs that the new strain is spreading and questions over its resistance to vaccines could weigh on the so-called reopening trade that has lifted markets at various times this year.
- E! News
Vanessa Hudgens nailed her performance as Rizzo in the live television adaptation of Grease: Live, and now, she's sharing her pointers with the cast of NBC's upcoming Annie Live!.
- App.com | Asbury Park Press
Michael Ettore left his job at Little Silver school superintendent last month suddenly, but remains on the payroll without explanation.
- Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
Missing a package? It may be in an Alabama ravine.
The conspiracy theory-loving Colorado Republican tweeted a weird brag about PCR tests, going maskless and soy replacement meat.
Anyone who’s a serious fan of Sonic, or of Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, is probably aware of the 1993 event in which a Sonic the Hedgehog float became caught in high winds, struck a lamppost and injured two people. The thing is, despite knowing this happened, we didn’t have any surviving video of the incident.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
Kabob Grill N' Go in Phoenix offers large takeout platters of Armenian and Persian kebabs with options like chicken, beef barg and pork ribs.
- WTVD – Raleigh/Durham
The Streets at Southpoint closed early on one of the busiest shopping days of the year after three people were shot Friday, including a 10-year-old. One person has been arrested.
- The Stockton Record
Candystore.com has released its annual list of most popular Christmas candy by state. Here's what California loves to eat.
- NBC News
Egypt reopened the 3,000-year-old Avenue of the Sphinxes Thursday with a Thanksgiving Day parade of its own in Luxor.
- Military Times
The shooting occurred at around noon, San Diego police said.
Chigs Parmar, Giuseppe Dell'Anno, and Crystelle Pereira battled it out in the 2021 finale of The Great British Baking Show. But who came out on top?
The 3,000-year-old promenade connects the Luxor and Karnak temples and is lined with ancient statues of rams and sphinxes.
It's a wonderful world where you can order ramen from a vending machine and pay a professional cuddler for snuggles.View Entire Post ›
- Business Insider
A California restaurant shut on Thanksgiving after workers didn't show up, as hospitality staff continue resigning from the industry in droves
The Boston Market in Rancho Cucamonga couldn't fulfil its Thanksgiving orders because staff didn't come to work, reports say.
- Fox News
Officials in California sent word earlier this week that they planned to crack down on "smash and grab" robberies and flash-mob-style looting after numerous recent incidents up and down the state. But apparently not everybody got the message.
- The Holland Sentinel
Restorative processes could significantly help disrupt these cycles. Interrupting dishonest narratives would be a good start.
Hoda Kotb Celebrates Thanksgiving with Daughters Haley and Hope: 'Hope Your Turkey Day Was Everything'
Hoda Kotb shares her two daughters Haley, 4, and Hope, 2, with fiancé Joel Schiffman
- Atlanta Black Star
Wrongfully Convicted Black Man Is Entitled to No Money from The State After 43 Years In Prison, Now a GoFundMe Has Raised Over $1M: ‘You Deserve Every Penny!’
A Missouri man convicted of triple murder four decades ago is able to spend this holiday season home with family after courts ruled that he […]
- NBC News
A lingering fear of coordinated large-scale robberies is rattling retailers, not only in major cities but in suburbs not normally targeted.