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Trumps' snub of Bidens is historic in its magnitude (18 Jan 2021)


New video shows what it was like inside Capitol during riot (17 Jan 2021)
A video released by The New Yorker shows rioters roaming through the US Capitol. CNN's Fredricka Whitfield and national security analyst Shawn Turner discuss.

Biden crafts inaugural address to unify a country in crisis (18 Jan 2021)
President-elect Joe Biden has spoken volumes inside the US Capitol over more than four decades, but the weight of those words does not approach the magnitude of the message he will deliver on its steps during his inaugural address Wednesday.

Biden administration braces for new wave of migrants as it rolls out new immigration plans (19 Jan 2021)
President-elect Joe Biden plans to immediately begin the rollout of his immigration agenda upon taking office Wednesday, but the new administration will also have to contend with migrants already on the US-Mexico border, as well as those on their way.

For some, the US is now a case study in how democracy dies (19 Jan 2021)
President-elect Joe Biden plans to immediately begin the rollout of his immigration agenda upon taking office Wednesday, but the new administration will also have to contend with migrants already on the US-Mexico border, as well as those on their way.

California Gov. appoints Kamala Harris's replacement in the US Senate (19 Jan 2021)
President-elect Joe Biden plans to immediately begin the rollout of his immigration agenda upon taking office Wednesday, but the new administration will also have to contend with migrants already on the US-Mexico border, as well as those on their way.

If Kim Jong Un destroyed North Korea's economy to keep Covid-19 out, will sanctions stop him from pursuing nuclear weapons? (19 Jan 2021)
After arguably the most challenging year of his near-decade rule of North Korea, Kim Jong Un is sticking to his guns.

David Axelrod: The scary call I got the night before Barack Obama's inauguration (18 Jan 2021)
The night before former President Barack Obama's first inauguration, I got an urgent call from Rahm Emanuel, his incoming chief of staff: "Can you call me back right away from a hard line?"

Fired data scientist who accused Florida officials of pandemic cover-up turns herself in to authorities (18 Jan 2021)
The former Florida data analyst who has accused state officials of covering up the extent of the pandemic has turned herself in to authorities days after a warrant was issued for her arrest, according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE).

Norway reviewing deaths of frail and elderly patients vaccinated against Covid-19 (19 Jan 2021)
The former Florida data analyst who has accused state officials of covering up the extent of the pandemic has turned herself in to authorities days after a warrant was issued for her arrest, according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE).


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If Kim Jong Un destroyed North Korea's economy to keep Covid-19 out, will sanctions stop him from pursuing nuclear weapons? (19 Jan 2021)
After arguably the most challenging year of his near-decade rule of North Korea, Kim Jong Un is sticking to his guns.

Russian opposition leader to be held in custody for 30 days (18 Jan 2021)
Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny was ordered to remain in custody for 30 days during a surprise hearing in Russia on Monday, less than 24 hours after he returned to the country and five months after he was poisoned with the nerve agent Novichok.

China debuts train prototype that can hit speeds of 620 kilometers per hour (18 Jan 2021)
China has revealed a prototype for a new high-speed Maglev train that is capable of reaching speeds of 620 kilometers (385 miles) per hour.

Navalny arrested on his return to Moscow (17 Jan 2021)
Russia's leading Kremlin critic, Alexey Navalny, was detained by local police, moments after his return to the country and five months after he was poisoned with the nerve agent Novichok. CNN's Frederik Pleitgen reports Navalny had originally been scheduled to land at Vnukovo airport, where a crowd of hundreds of supporters and journalists waited. CNN has been unable to establish why the flight was diverted.

Ghana president warns of health system overload (18 Jan 2021)
Ghana's Covid-19 infection rates are skyrocketing and include new strains of the virus not before seen in the country, filling treatment centres and threatening to overwhelm the health system, President Nana Akufo-Addo said on Sunday.

French politics kills Canadian bid to create one of the world's top supermarket groups (18 Jan 2021)
The French government has put an abrupt end to a $20 billion takeover of the country's biggest retailer by Canada's largest convenience store operator.

It's worth more than Disney and Coca-Cola. How this liquor brand took over China (18 Jan 2021)
When Costco opened its first store in China in 2019, it wasn't just the hot rotisserie chickens and discounted Birkin bags that lured frenzied crowds. A fiery, throat-tingling liquor called Kweichow Moutai also flew off shelves.

Why you won't find Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson on British TV (18 Jan 2021)
The insurrection at the US Capitol has sparked a political firestorm and unnerved millions of Americans. It has also unleashed a wave of criticism over the role played by pro-Trump media outlets such as Fox News, which fed lies and conspiracy theories about the election to angry supporters of the president for weeks.

Share your story: Have you lost your job or business in Europe due to the pandemic? (15 Jan 2021)
Workers and businesses in the United Kingdom and Europe are facing potentially dire consequences as the coronavirus crisis prompts governments to prolong strict lockdown measures.

Tim Cook: Why I kicked Parler off Apple's App Store (18 Jan 2021)
Apple, along with Amazon and Google, effectively kicked Parler off the internet in the wake of the January 6 US Capitol siege. Despite criticism that Big Tech wields too much power over speech, Apple CEO Tim Cook defended his decision.

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