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Los Angeles could soon run out of hospital beds as mayor urges to 'cancel everything'
The mayor of Los Angeles said the city will run out of hospital beds by Christmas if the coronavirus spreads at its current rate as he urged residents to "cancel everything" to help stop the spread of the virus.
Trump and Barr had 'contentious' White House meeting this week, source says
President Donald Trump and Attorney General William Barr had a "contentious," lengthy meeting inside the West Wing this week after Barr told The Associated Press in an interview that the Justice Department had uncovered no evidenc
Analysis: 46 minutes that prove how dangerous Trump is to democracy
There have been a lot of low moments for democracy over the past four years, but none that reached quite as low as what happened on Wednesday afternoon: The release of a 46-minute rant by the President of the United States aimed a
Jake Tapper to interview Joe Biden and Kamala Harris today
CNN's Jake Tapper will interview President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris on Thursday in their first joint interview since winning the election, the network announced Tuesday. 
John Berman on Flynn's tweet: 'I cannot believe this'
CNN political commentator and former Republican Congressman Charlie Dent criticizes former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn for a tweet in which he calls on President Trump to declare martial law to force a re-vote for the
Bash: Almost everything you heard from the President is a lie
President Trump repeated baseless claims of "massive fraud" and a "rigged election" at the White House after both state officials and Attorney General Bill Barr have said there is no evidence of widespread election fraud.
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Smartphone Data: Many Americans Ignored Thanksgiving Travel Warnings From The CDC
NPR analyzed data by SafeGraph to determine the percentage of people who stayed at their "home" location for Thanksgiving as well as the percentage who traveled 31 miles or more.
A Texas Mayor Urged People To Stay Home, Then Flew To Mexico For Vacation
"In hindsight, and even though it violated no order, it set a bad example for which I apologize," Austin Mayor Steve Adler said, after initially saying he didn't do anything wrong.
'Time' Names Its Kid Of The Year: Water-Testing Scientist Gitanjali Rao
Rao, a Colorado teenager who has won praise for her innovation in detecting lead levels in water, said, "I really want to put out that message: If I can do it, you can do it, and anyone can do it."
Trump Rushes To Lock In Oil Drilling In Arctic Wildlife Refuge Before Biden's Term
The Jan. 6 auction was set before the end of the comment and nominations period. If leases are finalized before Joe Biden takes office, they could be difficult to revoke.
'Long Time Coming' Explores Birth, Uninterrupted History Of Systemic Racism In U.S.
Michael Eric Dyson's call to action is an invitation to reimagine law enforcement, education, workspaces and all other spaces in ways that eliminate racism, abuse, misogyny and xenophobia.
'We're All Tired Of This': Health Care Workers In Seattle Prepare For Another Surge
Harborview Medical Center faced the country's initial swell of coronavirus cases. Now, health care workers there are offering advice to people facing the latest surge in COVID-19 patients.
Obama, Bush, Clinton Say They're Willing To Get Coronavirus Vaccine On Camera
The former presidents' comments come as polls show many Americans would be hesitant to receive a vaccine once one becomes available.
Quarantined Health Workers Compound Staffing Shortages At California Hospitals
With a spike in COVID-19 infections, hospitals in California's San Joaquin Valley are suffering from a staffing shortage. It's made worse because hundreds of health care workers are quarantined.
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Coronavirus: US hits record Covid cases and hospitalisations
Two records are reached on Wednesday, amid fears the pace will not slow leading up to Christmas.
Dr Fauci: The UK 'was not as careful' as US in vaccine approval
The UK has defended its process, and says the vaccine is safe and effective.
Ivanka Trump questioned over inauguration funds 'misuse'
President Trump's daughter has denounced a lawsuit as "politically motivated".
Defund the Police: Obama says 'snappy slogan' risks alienating people
His comments drew a backlash from progressive Democrats who want to see police funds diverted.
Three Ex-US presidents pledge to film themselves getting Covid vaccine
Barack Obama, George W Bush and Bill Clinton want to promote confidence in Covid vaccine safety.
US ends era of emotional support animals on planes
Only dogs can qualify as psychological service animals, says the US transportation department.
Baby girl born from record-setting 27-year-old embryo
One-month old Molly Gibson has broken the record set by her own sister, Emma, now three years old.
Google fired employees for union activity, says US agency
The US National Labor Relations Board files a formal complaint against Google over staff firings.
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A President’s Grudge and the Balance of Power in the Senate Collide in Georgia — With Disastrous Prospects for Republicans
This article is part of the The DC Brief, TIME’s politics newsletter. Sign up here to get stories like this sent to your inbox every weekday. F. Scott Fitzgerald would never be mistaken for a Southern author. But these days,
‘The Archive Means We Are Counted in History.’ Zanele Muholi on Documenting Black, Queer Life in South Africa
"To think that people are being recognized and respected and have been given a space to be themselves—it heals."
Iran’s Move to Speed Up Its Nuclear Program Complicates Biden’s Plan to Resume Diplomacy
Iran’s most senior lawmakers have ratified a bill to enrich uranium to 20%, days after Iran’s top nuclear scientist was killed by attackers
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