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December 2 coronavirus news

The United Kingdom has become the first Western nation to approve a Covid-19 vaccine. Meanwhile, the pandemic continues to worsen in many places around the world. Follow here for the latest.
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Roddy Ricch Tops Apple Music’s 2020 Year-End Album and Songs Charts

Roddy Ricch — who is Variety’s Breakthrough Artist of the Year in our just-released 2020 Hitmakers issue — topped Apple Music’s 2020 year-end album and songs charts, according to statistics released by the company. For the first time, Apple Music will share the Top 100 2020: Most-Read Lyrics chart, and the first Shazamed locations of […]
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Massachusetts lawmakers pass bill to ban chokeholds and limit tear gas use

Massachusetts state legislators passed a sweeping police reform bill Tuesday that amends use of force and training policies and tailors law enforcement legal protections.
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Massachusetts lawmakers pass policing reform bill to ban chokeholds and limit tear gas use

Massachusetts state legislators passed a sweeping police reform bill Tuesday that amends use of force and training policies and tailors law enforcement legal protections.
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Watch nurse's desperate plea after household falls ill with coronavirus

CNN's Don Lemon talks with nurse Sofia Burke, whose entire household has been stricken with coronavirus.
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'Stay home,' says US mayor at Mexico beach resort

Steve Adler is the latest US politician accused of Covid-19 double standards, but he denies breaking rules.
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Indecent Exposure Suspect Arrested In Stockton, Detectives Looking For Additional Vicitms

STOCKTON (CBS13) — Detectives are looking for additional victims after an indecent exposure suspect was arrested Wednesday. Stockton police detectives arrested 21-year-old Augustine Gonzales for stalking, criminal threats, indecent exposure and assault with the intent to commit rape. Gonzales is accused of exposing himself to a woman outside a business on the 600 block of E. Martin Luther King Boulevard. The incident was reported on November 13. He reportedly told the victim he was going to rape...
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Vaccine trials for younger children could start early next year, NIH director says

• Hospitals stretched beyond 'reasonable limit' • Pompeo is hosting holiday parties at the State Department amid coronavirus spikes • Brianna Keilar: After flaunting Covid-19 rules, these Democrats need to look in the mirror
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What it feels like to get an mRNA Covid vaccine

• Obama, Bush and Clinton volunteer to get coronavirus vaccine publicly to prove it's safe • Vaccination cards will be issued to everyone getting Covid-19 vaccine, health officials say
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UK: Collective Redundancies: New ECJ Ruling On How To Calculate Numbers Of Redundancies - Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP

If employers are proposing to make more than 20 people from a single establishment redundant within a 90-day period, they have to go through onerous collective consultation procedures.
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UK: UK Digital Markets Unit – A New Regime For Online Platforms - Cooley LLP

On November 27, the UK Government announced the introduction of a new regulatory regime for digital platforms to be overseen by a dedicated Digital Markets Unit from April 2021.
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United States: FTC Invites Public Comments On Proposed Changes To HSR Rules - Foley Hoag LLP

UPDATE: The Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) and Advanced Notice of Public Rulemaking (ANPRM) were published on December 1, 2020. Comments on the NPRM and the ANPRM must be received...
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Canada: Class Proceedings – Injurious Affection Where No Land Taken - Gowling WLG

Case Commentary: Gautam v. South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority
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Namibia to auction 170 wild elephants, saying rising numbers threaten people

Increase in conflict between species and drought prompt sale of animals that are at risk of extinction due to poachingNamibia has put 170 “high value” wild elephants up for sale due to drought and an increase in elephant numbers, the southern African country’s environmental ministry has saidAn advertisement carried by the state-owned daily New Era said an increase in incidents of human-elephant conflict motivated the sale of the large mammal that is at risk of extinction due to poaching and ecol...
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Former Presidents Obama, Bush and Clinton volunteer to get coronavirus vaccine publicly to prove it's safe

Former Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton are volunteering to get their Covid-19 vaccines on camera to promote public confidence in the vaccine's safety once the US Food and Drug Administration authorizes one.
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Former Presidents volunteer to get vaccine publicly to prove it's safe

Former Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton are volunteering to get their Covid-19 vaccines on camera to promote public confidence in the vaccine's safety once the US Food and Drug Administration authorizes one.
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Former Presidents volunteer to get coronavirus vaccine publicly to prove it's safe

Former Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton are volunteering to get their Covid-19 vaccines on camera to promote public confidence in the vaccine's safety once the US Food and Drug Administration authorizes one.
Tags: News, Bill Clinton, Stories, US Food and Drug Administration, Barack Obama George W Bush


Rockefeller Center Christmas tree lighting: Dolly Parton, Kelly Clarkson and Jimmy Fallon sleigh it

The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree lighting looked different this year with no audience due to the pandemic, but it was far from a silent night.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Trump's advisors are frantically trying to stop him from firing Attorney General Barr as the president's fury hits a boiling point

President Donald Trump stands with Attorney General William Barr during the 38th Annual National Peace Officers' Memorial Service at the U.S. Capitol, Wednesday, May 15, 2019, in Washington. AP Photo/Evan Vucci President Donald Trump's anger with Attorney General William Barr has reached a boiling point, and multiple advisors are trying to convince him not to fire Barr, The Washington Post reported. Trump is said to be furious with Barr's failure to deliver on a politically charged inv...
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Canada: HMRC Priority: The Impact Of The New Order - Gowling WLG

The Insolvency Act 1986 (HMRC Debts: Priority on Insolvency) Regulations 2020 will apply to all business insolvencies that commence on or after 1 December 2020.
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Canada: The Implications Of Amendments In Bill 229 On Conservation Authorities In Ontario - Gowling WLG

At the time of writing this article, Bill 229 was at second reading.
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Australia on track for March 2021 Covid-19 vaccine distribution – video

Australia has targeted March 2021 to begin the rollout of a Covid vaccine after the UK became the first western country to license a vaccine against the coronavirus. While British prime minister Boris Johnson says vaccinations will begin there next week, Australian prime minister Scott Morrison and health minister Greg Hunt say that won't impact Australia's timeline. 'In Australia, we're in a very strong position,' Morrison says. 'That enables us to get this right, to get the balance right, to e...
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India Muslim man arrested under 'love jihad law'

This is the first arrest made under the new and controversial anti-conversion law passed last month.
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Half a million South Korean students sit a college entrance exam despite rising Covid cases

Half a million students will sit South Korea's notoriously difficult National College Entrance Exam on Thursday, a marathon, nine-hour test day that is the country's answer to the SATs and can determine a teenager's future.
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United States: Oil Refiners Warm To K-Shaped Recovery - Holland & Knight

As the world emerges from the economic slowdown triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic, many economic observers have lamented that the recovery is likely to be...
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Belgium: CEPANI Colloquium: Arbitration & Fraud - Jones Day

The colloquium explored the different aspects of fraud throughout all stages of arbitration proceedings.
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Luxembourg: Luxembourg CSSF Communication On Temporary Permissions Regime - Maples Group

On 19 November 2020, Luxembourg's financial regulator, the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (″CSSF″) issued a press release regarding the United Kingdom's (″UK″)...
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Democrats seek disciplinary investigation for Trump lawyer who called for violence against former election cybersecurity official

Congressional Democrats on Wednesday asked the DC Bar's Office of Disciplinary Counsel to open an investigation into an attorney for the Trump campaign who had issued a call for violence against a former cybersecurity official who was ousted from his post after he rejected President Donald Trump's unfounded claims of widespread voter fraud.
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United States: On Point. – Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) - Mayer Brown

Our latest On point. focuses on real estate investment trusts ("REITs").
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