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In Kenosha and beyond, guns become more common on US streets By MORGAN LEE Nov 21,2021

As Kyle Rittenhouse wasacquitted in two killingsthat he said were self-defense, armed civilians patrolled the streets near the Wisconsin courthouse with guns in plain view. In Georgia, testimony in the trial of Ahmaud Arbery’s killers showed that armed patrols were commonplace in the neighborhood where Arbery, a 25-year-old Black man, was chased down by three Continue reading

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Ethiopia’s civil war: one man’s journey from entrepreneur to militant Tom Gardner Nov2021

“If someone is going to kill me in my home I’m not just going to sit there and do nothing” Nov 17th 2021 Solomon Girmay knew that the enemy was within striking distance. As the sun rose over the mountains behind the town of Debark, streets that were once packed with tourists visiting the imperial Continue reading

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Video of Peng Shuai With Olympic Officials Fuels a Showdown With Tennis By Matthew Futterman Nov. 21, 2021, 4:41 p.m.ET

The Chinese tennis star held a 30-minute video call with the leader of the International Olympic Committee, but the head of women’s professional tennis remained unable to reach her. Nov. 21, 2021,4:41 p.m. ET Peng Shuai’s#MeToo Accusations Peng Shuai, the Chinese tennis star who disappeared from public life for more than a week after she Continue reading

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Young People Rely on Social Media, but Dont Trust It November 18, 2021 by JulieRay

Todays 15- to 24-year-olds count on social media and other digital sources to stay informed, but this doesnt mean they trust the information they get from them, a new UNICEF-Gallup study suggests. Across the mix of 21 low-, middle- and high-income countries surveyed in 2021 forUNICEFs Changing Childhood Project, young people report most often using Continue reading

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Ukraine in the Crosshairs By Melinda HaringNovember 19,2021

Why Is Russia Surging Troops to the Border Again? , Putin had a very good year. He had a summit with Biden in June; the United States and Russia restarted talks on nuclear arms control and cybersecurity; construction of Nord Stream 2, a natural gas pipeline that will run from Russia to Germany, was completed Continue reading

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How Mark Zuckerberg reignited anger over Hawaiian land appropriation By Tyler Sonnemaker November 20,2021

In Hawaiʻi, a chain of islands surrounded by thousands of miles of ocean, land is a precious resource. Over the past 200 years, foreigners’ desire to control that resource has taken a devastating toll on the Hawaiian people, culture, environment, and nation. Clashes over who gets to own and access land, and how they get Continue reading

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Let us never forget! CDC RSS FEEDCDC Expands Eligibility for COVID-19 Booster Shots to All AdultsToday, CDC Director Rochelle P. Walensky, M.D., M.P.H., endorsed the CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices’ (ACIP) expanded recommendations for booster shots to include all adults ages 18 years and older who received a Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccine at least six months after their second dose.CDC Testing Shows Commercial Lab Vials Contain No Trace of Virus Known to Cause SmallpoxLaboratory testing at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) today showed that recently discovered vials marked as “smallpox” contain vaccinia, the virus used in smallpox vaccine.CDC’s National Violent Death Reporting System Helps Tell the Story of Homicides of American Indian and Alaska Native PeopleA recently published CDC report is helping uncover the characteristics of homicides of American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) people. Wired TechThe Best Early Black Friday Deals on Laptops, TVs, and More November 21, 2021Beat the holiday rush with truly good discounts on our favorite gear. Louryn StrampeThe Future of Digital Assistants Is Queer November 21, 2021AI assistants continue to reinforce sexist stereotypes, but queering these devices could help reimagine their relationship to gender altogether. Salomé Gómez-UpeguiHow to Keep Work Notifications From Taking Over Your Life November 21, 2021Teach your devices to respect your boundaries. David NieldAt This Time Algebra

National NewsRittenhouse Case Highlights Nations Deep Divide on Gun Rights November 20, 2021As groups debate the effect of the verdict, the legislative stalemate shows no signs of changing, and weapons on the street grow. Glenn ThrushAs Gerrymanders Get Worse, Options to Overturn Them Get Weaker November 21, 2021Persuading judges to undo skewed political maps was never easy. A shifting judicial landscape is making it harder. Michael WinesOne Historic Black Neighborhood’s Stake in the Infrastructure Bill November 20, 2021Generations of New Orleans residents have dreamed of the day when the Claiborne Expressway might be removed. President Biden’s $1.2 trillion infrastructure package could eventually make that possible. Audra D. S. BurchSummertime`Unwrapped Vol. 2

Art and DesignHe Sold Away His People’s Heritage. He’s in the Jungle to Get It Back. November 21, 2021A Cambodian temple looter, who says more than 100 artifacts he stole are in museums around the world, is working to help reclaim them. Tom MashbergAfrofuturist Room at the Met Redresses a Racial Trauma November 18, 2021“Before Yesterday We Could Fly,” a novel approach to the period room, threads together past, present and future. It focuses on Seneca Village, a Black community whose erasure still reverberates. Salamishah TilletLooking for a Stolen Idol? Visit the Museum of the Manhattan D.A. November 17, 2021Investigators have seized so many looted artifacts — more than 3,000 — that storing and caring for them until they can be returned is now a full-time job. Tom MashbergJennifer Packer: Painting as an Exercise in Tenderness November 18, 2021In a virtuosic solo show at the Whitney, the artist finds her subjects’ complex humanity, and offers a new way forward for representation. Aruna D’SouzaFrida Kahlo’s ‘Diego and I’ Self Portrait Sells for $34.9 Million November 17, 2021The sale at Sotheby’s on Tuesday was a benchmark for Kahlo and was the most valuable work of Latin American art ever sold at auction. Zachary SmallAtlas Air Massive Attack

TechnologyElizabeth Holmes Begins Her Defense in Fraud Trial November 20, 2021The U.S. rested its case after 11 weeks, and Ms. Holmes, the founder of the blood testing start-up Theranos, took the stand. Erin GriffithCan a Machine Learn Morality? November 19, 2021Researchers at a Seattle A.I. lab say they have built a system that makes ethical judgments. But its judgments can be as confusing as those of humans. Cade MetzWhy Crypto.com Is Putting Its Name on the Staples Center November 19, 2021What’s Crypto.com, which is paying $700 million for the naming rights to the sports venue? Ryan MacZap Mama My Own Zero

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SportsHow to Get Past ‘Did Not Finish’ November 21, 2021Some marathon runners end up with a final result listed as D.N.F. Getting back to the start line of another race can be that much more meaningful. Michael MaloneThe World Cup Is a Year Away. Who’s In? November 21, 2021The field for Qatar 2022 is starting to take shape. Here’s a look at where things stand so far. Rory SmithPeng Shuai Said to Be in Videos From Chinas State Media November 21, 2021The editor of a state-run newspaper on Saturday shared clips said to be of the Chinese tennis star on Twitter. But they are unverified, and the head of the WTA called them “insufficient.” Matthew Futterman and Christopher ClareyWho Has Qualified for the 2022 World Cup? November 21, 2021The kickoff to the World Cup in Qatar is a year away, and most of the favorites have already booked their places. The winner, in fact, may already be there. Rory SmithAustralian Open to Require Players to Be Fully Vaccinated November 20, 2021The rule casts doubt on the participation of Novak Djokovic and others. Christopher ClareyYussef Kamaal Black Focus (Full Album Upload)

NFLWhat We Learned From Week 11 in the N.F.L. November 22, 2021The Colts’ Jonathan Taylor has entered the M.V.P. discussion, Kirk Cousins extended his credibility with a win over the Packers, and Cam Newton is not a cure-all for Carolina. Tyler DunneWith Another Loss, the Jets Look for Silver Linings November 21, 2021Are the Jets watchable yet? No, but Elijah Moore sure is. Devin Gordon and Diante LeeThe First Family of New Jersey Football November 19, 2021Seventeen of the last 20 New Jersey state high school championships have featured a team coached by Mike Campanile or one of his four sons. Kevin ArmstrongThe Moment That Janet Jackson’s Career Stalled and Justin Timberlake’s Soared November 19, 2021Jackson was vilified after her 2004 Super Bowl halftime show, while Timberlake’s popularity seemed to take off. Our new documentary examines how the superstars were treated after their unforgettable wardrobe malfunction.Why We Cry Why We Die Sault

PoliticsAs Hopes for Nuclear Deal Fade, Iran Rebuilds and Risks Grow November 22, 2021With Iran’s new administration preparing for its first international nuclear negotiations, there are signs that there will be no going back to the 2015 agreement. David E. Sanger, Steven Erlanger, Farnaz Fassihi and Lara JakesHow Higher Prices This Holiday Season Could Cost Democrats, Too November 21, 2021Rising prices for gas and a holiday meal could come back to bite Democrats, who fear that inflation may upend their electoral prospects in the 2022 midterms. Trip GabrielHow the U.S. Lost Ground to China in the Contest for Clean Energy November 21, 2021Americans failed to safeguard decades of diplomatic and financial investments in Congo, where the world’s largest supply of cobalt is controlled by Chinese companies backed by Beijing. Eric Lipton, Dionne Searcey and Ashley GilbertsonThe Roots The Seed (2.0) (Official Music Video) ft. Cody ChesnuTT

BusinessTucker Carlsons Patriot Purge Special Leads Two Fox News Contributors to Quit November 22, 2021Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes, stars of a brand of conservatism that has fallen out of fashion, decide they’ve had enough. Ben SmithHigh Gas Prices Force Sacrifices, Like Travel and Dining Out November 20, 2021They hit their highest level since 2014 last month, forcing Americans to rejigger household budgets and forgo leisure activities. Emma Goldberg, Coral Murphy Marcos and Kellen BrowningHow Do You Make Teen Comedies Today? Buy a High School. November 21, 2021A former school outside Syracuse, N.Y., has been transformed into American High, a production hub for inexpensive films aimed at streaming platforms. Nicole SperlingMortgage Bills Are Coming Again. $10 Billion in Aid May Arrive First. November 18, 2021The federal Homeowner Assistance Fund aims to help those still struggling as forbearance periods come to an end. But the assistance isn’t limited to mortgage payments. Matthew GoldsteinThe Tech Gifts That Are Hard to Buy This Holiday Season November 17, 2021The list of scarce gadgets is long, driven by a chip shortage. Don’t wait until Black Friday for the best deals. Brian X. ChenMortimer Live at Redemption 75 Reggae Jam Session

BaseballPedro Feliciano, Durable Relief Pitcher for the Mets, Dies at 45 November 11, 2021He led the major leagues in appearances from 2008 to 2010, earning him the nickname Perpetual Pedro. Peter KeepnewsAmid Fear of a Work Stoppage, Baseball Is Stuck in Neutral November 12, 2021Baseball’s general managers have been meeting, just as they always do, but the potential of a lockout has a star-studded group of free agents waiting for the dust to settle. James WagnerIf You Can Make It There, the Mets Would Love to Have Your Number November 9, 2021As the team’s search for a general manager continues, Sandy Alderson said the pressure of New York City has been a factor. “It’s a big stage and some people prefer to be elsewhere.” James WagnerYussef Kamaal Remembrance

NBALeBrons elbow draws blood, enrages opponent November 22, 2021LeBron James was ejected after his elbow opened a cut on the head of Detroits Isaiah Stewart, who had to be held back multiple times from charging James. LeBron James ejected after altercation with Pistons forward Isaiah Stewart leads to melee in Detroit November 22, 2021Lakers LeBron James and Pistons Isaiah Stewart were ejected after an altercation in which James struck Stewart in the face and Stewart lashed out. USA TODAY SportsLeBron James ejected after elbowing Isaiah Stewart in face November 22, 2021Detriot Pistons forward Isaiah Stewart attempted to fight LeBron James and the entire Lakers team after being elbowed in the third quarter NBC Sports PhiladelphiaThe Black Keys – Going Down South (Live on Later)

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EnvironmentA Power Struggle Over Cobalt Rattles the Clean Energy Revolution November 20, 2021The quest for Congo’s cobalt, which is vital for electric vehicles and the worldwide push against climate change, is caught in an international cycle of exploitation, greed and gamesmanship. Dionne Searcey, Michael Forsythe, Eric Lipton and Ashley GilbertsonHow Roundabouts Help Lower Carbon Emissions November 21, 2021An Indiana city has the most roundabouts in the country. They’ve saved lives and reduced injuries from crashes — and lowered carbon emissions. Cara Buckley and A.J. MastHouse Passes the Largest Expenditure on Climate in U.S. History November 21, 2021The $555 billion package is designed to lure the country away from fossil fuels. It faces an uncertain path in the Senate. Coral DavenportSevana, Jaz Elise, Lila Ikè and Naomi Cowan | Rock Groove Riddim Freestyle | 1Xtra Jamaica 2020

Fashion and StyleStarface Drops a Collab with Sesame Street + More Beauty News November 20, 2021The Starface x Sesame Street collab is available now Inspired by the inclusivity of the show’s diverse storylines and cast of Muppets and guest stars, the feel-good brand that is Starface has dropped a limited-edition collaboration with Sesame Street. Best known for its acne-positive pimple stickers, the drop features Cookie Monster, Big Bird, Elmo and […] T [] Megan KirkwoodTims and Justin Bieber Release Timbiebs Merch + More Fashion News November 20, 2021Tim Hortons and Justin Bieber release Timbiebs Merch Ready for the best news ever? Tim Hortons and Justin Bieber have unveiled a lineup of merch to accompany the unlikely pairing’s much-anticipated collaboration. On November 29, the same day that we will be graced with a limited-edition selection of Timbiebs Timbits (Chocolate White Fudge, Sour Cream […] The [] Sarah MariottiShein Responds After Undercover Report Alleges Labour Law Violations November 19, 2021Shein’s reputation has taken another hit. The TikTok-famous fast fashion brand was embroiled in yet another controversy last week after an investigation by Swiss advocacy group Public Eye uncovered alleged labour law violations at its facilities in China. Researchers — who remained anonymous for their own safety — visited 17 of the brand’s suppliers in […] T [] Natalie MichieEmily in Paris Season Two Promises Jogging Appropriate Clothing November 18, 2021I’ll just come out and say it: The fashion from the first season of Emily in Paris was a disappointment. As one of 2020’s most anticipated new releases, it had all the makings to fill the Upper East Side-sized hole that Gossip Girl left in its wake. Legendary costume designer and Sex and The City […] The post Emily in Paris Season Two Promises Jogging Approp [] Annika LautensWelcome To: Ani DiFranco

From another perspectiveHaiti kidnappers release two missionaries among 17 abducted November 21, 2021Two people among a group of 17 US and Canadian missionaries abducted last month are said to be safe.Kyle Rittenhouse: Calls for calm after US teen cleared of murder November 20, 2021Families say justice is needed not more violence after Kyle Rittenhouse is cleared of murder.Kyle Rittenhouse case: Why it so divides the US November 19, 2021Few US trials in recent years have generated such debate and acrimony. Why this one?Bobby Hutcherson Yuyo

College FootballUtah Dominates Oregon, Upending Pac-12’s Playoff Hopes November 21, 2021The third-ranked Ducks fell on the road, the second loss for the Pac-12’s best team. Alan BlinderDartmouth Beats Brown, Princeton Defeats Penn November 21, 2021The only Division I league to not play football last season because of the pandemic, the Ivy League endured an unusual journey of virus disruptions in its return. Billy WitzHow the N.C.A.A.s Proposed Changes Would Impact College Sports November 15, 2021The notoriously bureaucratic N.C.A.A. is gearing up for debates about what it should look like going forward. Alan BlinderAfrocubism Que No Te Digan Muneca feat. Toumani Diabaté, Eliades Ochoa Bassekou Kouyaté

TelevisionJeremy Renner Takes Aim at TV in ‘Hawkeye’ and ‘Mayor of Kingstown’ November 19, 2021The “Avengers” star has two new streaming series: one based on his Marvel superhero character and another that recalls his gritty roles in “The Hurt Locker” and “The Town.” Dave Itzkoff‘Saturday Night Live’ Weighs In on the Kyle Rittenhouse Verdict November 21, 2021This weekend’s broadcast, hosted by Simu Liu, also included some helpful Thanksgiving tips and, uh, Dog Head Man. Dave ItzkoffReview: ‘Cowboy Bebop,’ Minus the Art November 19, 2021It’s unfair to compare Netflix’s live-action remake to the anime original. But there’s no really compelling reason to talk about it otherwise. Mike HaleIsrael López Cachao Mambo Cambió de Swing

Beginning with “My Soul to Keep,” Tananarive Due laid the framework of a series which told the story of a secret sect of Ethiopians (the Life Brothers), who were blessed (or cursed) with the gift of immortality, 400 years ago. After many years of strife, and pain, one of the immortals, Dawit (David) Wolde found happiness in present day Miami. With a loving wife, Jessica, and a caring daughter, Kira, Dawit seemed to have found a semblance of peace after a life filled with loss and tragedy. Their idyllic life was soon destroyed, when Dawit’s past finally caught up with him, leading to a heartbreaking, and life changing conclusion for everyone involved.

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