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An unvaccinated woman who caught COVID-19 spent more than 2 months in a coma. Now she's advising people to get their shots.

Dr. Richard Schwartz celebrates after receiving his COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine booster on October 6, 2021.Lev Radin/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images A woman spent more than two months in a coma after contracting COVID-19.  Andrea Arriaga Borges told CNN she didn't get vaccinated because she was healthy before falling ill.  Borges is now encouraging everyone to get vaccinated to protect themselves from severe illness. A mother of five who was unvaccinated when she tested positive fo...
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Jimmy Fallon says he tested positive for Covid-19

Jimmy Fallon is opening up about his experience with Covid-19.
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Pardons extended to all abolished same-sex crimes

More people, living or dead, will be eligible to have historical convictions wiped from their records.
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Iran wants Trump tried for the assassination of Gen. Qassem Soleimani, and says it will take revenge if there is no trial

Protestors outside the US consulate in Istanbul hold portraits of Qassem Soleimani, the same day that Iran's president demanded for former President Donald Trump to face trial for the general's death.Chris McGrath/Getty Images Iran called for former President Donald Trump to be put on trial for Qassem Soleimani's death. If not, the country would take revenge "without a doubt," Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi said. Thousands gathered to honor the top general on Monday — the second ...
Tags: News, Iraq, Israel, US, International, America, Trends, Iran, United States, Middle East, Tehran, Donald Trump, Istanbul, United Nations Security Council, Baghdad, Trump


Iran's president wants Trump tried for the assassination of Gen. Qassem Soleimani, and says it will take revenge if there is no trial

Protestors outside the US consulate in Istanbul hold portraits of Qassem Soleimani, the same day that Iran's president demanded for former President Donald Trump to face trial for the general's death.Chris McGrath/Getty Images Iran called for former President Donald Trump to be put on trial for Qassem Soleimani's death. If not, the country would take revenge "without a doubt," Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi said. Thousands gathered to honor the top general on Monday — the second ...
Tags: News, Iraq, Israel, US, International, America, Trends, Iran, United States, Middle East, Tehran, Donald Trump, Istanbul, United Nations Security Council, Baghdad, Trump


Marjorie Taylor Greene was permanently banned from Twitter and is asking for 'emergency contributions' to fight 'Big Tech censorship'

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is fundraising off her Twitter ban, appealing to her supporters to give $1 in "emergency contributions" to help her fight against "censorship."(Photo by Bill Clark/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images) Marjorie Taylor Greene is fundraising off her Twitter ban, calling for $1 "emergency contributions." In a fundraising email, Greene said she needed help to fight against the "Silicon Valley cartel." On Telegram, Greene appealed to Twitter to reinstate her banned accoun...
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Marjorie Taylor Greene is using her permanent ban from Twitter to fundraise and ask for 'emergency contributions' to fight 'Big Tech censorship'

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is fundraising off her Twitter ban, appealing to her supporters to give $1 in "emergency contributions" to help her fight against "censorship."(Photo by Bill Clark/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images) Marjorie Taylor Greene is fundraising off her Twitter ban, calling for $1 "emergency contributions." In a fundraising email, Greene said she needed help to fight against the "Silicon Valley cartel." On Telegram, Greene appealed to Twitter to reinstate her banned accoun...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Politics, News, Trends, Georgia, Joe Biden, Green, Silicon Valley, Nazi, Getty, Ban, Donald Trump, Greene, Bill Clark, MTG


From newborns to teens, this hospital has a deluge of young Covid-19 patients. Here's what parents want others to know

A 4-month-old baby with Covid-19 is struggling to breathe. A teenager with Covid-19 is in a medically induced coma, unaware she gave birth to her new daughter 10 weeks early.
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China: Xi'an residents in lockdown barter for food amid shortage

Faced with low supplies under lockdown, some have resorted to trading phones and gadgets for food.
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China: Xi'an residents in lockdown trade for food amid shortage

Faced with low supplies under lockdown, some have resorted to bartering phones and gadgets for food.
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Becky Hammon on moving from NBA to WNBA: Las Vegas Aces saw me as 'a head coach right now'

Glass-ceiling breaker Becky Hammon has interviewed for multiple NBA head coaching positions. She's ready for the opportunity to be a head coach, but she hasn't received an offer there.
Tags: Cnn, Nba, Becky Hammon


Did The Bye Week Kill The Dolphins' Momentum?

The Miami Dolphins were eliminated from the playoffs last night after an embarrassing 34-3 loss to the Tennessee Titans. This is despite starting the day occupying the final wildcard spot and having the latest bye week in the history of the
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Tesla just opened a new showroom in China's Xinjiang region

Tesla has opened a new showroom in Xinjiang, a region in western China that is purported to be the site of abuse and brutal repression of the country's Uyghurs, a predominantly Muslim ethnic minority.
Tags: China, Tesla, Cnn, Muslim, Xinjiang, Uyghurs


The Same Old Dolphins Show: Not Yet Contenders (Titans Review)

Aaron and Josh are back with their reactions to the Dolphins' 43-3 loss to the Tennessee Titans. They discuss the takeaways from the game and where the team goes from here to finish the 2021 season and dip their toes into the water of the 2
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More Covid absences expected as UK schools go back

Pupils across the UK are heading back to class amid fears of staff shortages and remote learning.
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Apple becomes first firm to hit $3tn market value

The firm's value more than doubled during the pandemic as people bought more gadgets during lockdowns.
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‘No worries’: how America came to banish Australia’s go-to phrase

US university puts Australianism in the linguistic naughty corner, but is it all a cultural misunderstanding? Get our free news app; get our morning email briefingA list of “banished words”, published annually by Michigan’s Lake Superior State University, has this year included the unmistakably Australian “no worries”.LSSU’s tongue-in-cheek list has been compiled every year since 1976 from submissions on terms deemed “familiar but problematic”. This year’s list also includes, among others, “aski...
Tags: Australia, US, America, Life and style, Australia news, Michigan, Lake Superior State University, LSSU, Australian lifestyle


Conservatives clash: Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene, Dan Crenshaw trade social media insults

Georgia's Marjorie Taylor Greene says Texas' Dan Crenshaw is "hurting our brand" by calling for FEMA's aid in COVID testing. He says she's an "idiot."       [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Georgia, Fema, Usa Today, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Reps Marjorie Taylor Greene Dan Crenshaw, Texas Dan Crenshaw


Federal judge dismisses charges against guards who falsified records the night Jeffrey Epstein died

A federal judge in New York on Monday dismissed charges against two Bureau of Prisons guards who admitted to falsifying records on the night Jeffrey Epstein died by suicide in 2019, court documents show.
Tags: New York, Cnn, Jeffrey Epstein, Bureau of Prisons


More than 100,000 people hospitalized with Covid in US for first time in nearly four months

After a weekend of muted celebrations, Americans face the uncertainty of a new year as the nation battles another coronavirus wave. And concerns are growing about the impact the virus could have over the next several weeks as students return to school.
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A look back on how Holmes and her billion-dollar idea crashed

Holmes was found guilty on four of eleven federal charges. Take a look back on how she and her billion-dollar idea crashed.
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AT&T, Verizon to postpone 5G rollout near airports

AT&T and Verizon have agreed to postpone their planned rollouts of 5G infrastructure near airports by two weeks, averting — for now — feared widespread disruptions to air travel and shipping as well as a potential legal battle over the matter.
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AT&T and Verizon agree to postpone 5G rollout near airports by 2 weeks

AT&T and Verizon have agreed to postpone their planned rollouts of 5G infrastructure near airports by two weeks, averting — for now — feared widespread disruptions to air travel and shipping as well as a potential legal battle over the matter.
Tags: Verizon, Cnn


William Shatner reacts to impressions of himself

One of the best parts about watching William Shatner react to impressions of him as Captain Kirk is wondering just how firmly his tongue is pressed into his cheek. He seems like he's being a good sport about it all while also legitimately thinking many of the impressions are not accurate. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, Video, News, Funny, Impressions, William Shatner, Kirk, Captain Kirk


Theranos fraud Elizabeth Holmes found guilty

Elizabeth Holmes, the founder and CEO of blood-testing startup Theranos, was found guilty of four charges of fraud Monday at the culmination of a long and complex trial. She was acquitted on four other counts and jurors could not agree on three more. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, Video, Crime, News, Law, Theranos, Elizabeth Holmes


Not 2020 again? Tell that to parents as COVID cases and test shortages are closing schools.

Schools are trying to stay open. But COVID cases and COVID test issues have caused some to go remote. Some teachers say in-person class is unsafe.       [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Usa Today


Oo Antava: Why a song calling out men is under fire for sleaze

A new hit song which claims to subvert the male gaze is accused of, in fact, objectifying women.
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Pushpa: Why a song calling out men is under fire for sleaze

A new hit song which claims to subvert the male gaze is accused of, in fact, objectifying women.
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More Than 1,600 Pot Plants Seized In Valley Springs; 1 Cited

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Tags: Crime, News, Local, Syndicated Local, Richmond, Valley Springs, Calaveras County, Calaveras County News, Calaveras County Sheriff s Office, Valley Springs News, CBSN Sacramento Feed, Southworth Road Deputies, Crotty Way Deputies, Qicong Huang



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