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Nov 29 11:34

Sydney records hottest November night on record

Sydney has reported its hottest November night on record, with the official start of summer still days away.

People visit Bondi Beach in Sydney.

Nov 29 11:33

NYC Sheriffs Dept Busts Underground Nightclub Packed With Hundreds Of People

According to The New York Times, sheriff’s deputies found 393 people packed into a make-shift nightclub, where New York City Sheriff Joseph Fucito said the hundreds of party-goers “were not social distancing” or “wearing proper face coverings.”

Nov 29 11:32

Forbes Shreds Democrats’ Student Debt Forgiveness Push: Makes ‘Mockery Of People Who’ve Played By The Rules’

Steve Forbes slammed the push from Democratic lawmakers to pay off the student loan debts of everyone, or nearly everyone, in the country, calling it a slap in the face to people who sacrificed and worked hard to not be in debt from student loans.

Nov 29 11:28

'A dozen' suspects rob, destroy outdoor kitchen, Portland police say

PORTLAND, Ore. (KATU) — An outdoor kitchen set up across the street from the federal courthouse building in downtown Portland was robbed at gunpoint early Saturday morning, according to police.

Nov 29 11:25

HK's top leader piles up cash at home after U.S. sanctions

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam says she has to pile up cash at home as she has been unable to open a bank account in the global financial centre since Washington sanctioned her shortly after Beijing imposed a national security law on the city.

Nov 29 11:23

New York City Will Reopen Elementary Schools and Phase Out Hybrid Learning

Mayor Bill de Blasio announced an abrupt shift in managing schools during the pandemic. Officials had faced criticism that they prioritized activities like indoor dining over the well-being of children

Nov 29 11:22

United Farm Workers Of America Honor Farmers By Showing People How Ingredients For Thanksgiving Meals Are Harvested

Asking the question What are you thankful for? is probably one of the most beautiful traditions surrounding Thanksgiving. Sure, some might think it’s funny because it has become a bit of a cliche, but just think about it: the question makes you reflect upon all of the good things that happened to you. Even if it is brief, it feels good.

Nov 29 11:22

How Mossad executed Iran's nuclear chief: Power to entire region was cut as his convoy was ambushed with huge bomb, snipers and gunmen on motorbikes before he was dragged from car and finished off... and then assassins melted away

Remarkable detail of the plot to kill an Iranian nuclear scientist emerged on Saturday, a day after the assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh reverberated around the world.

Nov 29 11:21

Time's Up charities set up by celebrities as part of Me Too movement spent $1.4m on salaries, $157k on conferences at luxury resorts and just $312k helping victims of sexual harassment

Time's Up, the organization set up to fight sexual harassment in the work place in the wake of the #MeToo movement, spent the bulk of its donations of executive salaries and only a fraction on legal costs to help victims in its first year, records show.

Nov 29 11:17

San Francisco Mayor Triggers New Three-Week Lockdown Starting Monday As COVID Cases Continue To Soar - And The 49ers Are Forced To Relocate

A surge in coronavirus cases will put San Francisco under a curfew beginning on Monday and trigger other restrictions related to the virus, the city announced.

Nov 29 11:15

'COVID-passport' for tourists who have had a coronavirus vaccine is in final stages of development amid reports airlines will BAN anyone who has refused the injection

A leading travel industry association is developing a digital passport for international plane passengers who have been vaccinated for COVID-19.

Nov 29 11:14

Ex-Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh was pulled from blazing waterfront home by firefighters but succumbed to his burns nine days later after fire that his brother survived

The multimillionaire former CEO of online shoe store Zappos died on Friday, nine days after he was dragged unconscious by firefighters from a blazing Connecticut house in the middle of the night.

Nov 29 11:13

Massive Islamic Terrorist Attack In Africa Results In Deaths Of At Least 110 People: Report

“The assailants tied up the agricultural workers and slit their throats in the village of Koshobe,” AFP reported. “The victims were laborers from Sokoto state in northwest Nigeria, roughly 1,000 kilometers (600 miles) away, who had traveled to the

Nov 29 11:12

More People Committed Suicide In Japan Last Month Than Have Died All Year From Coronavirus: Report

“In Japan, government statistics show suicide claimed more lives in October than Covid-19 has over the entire year to date,” CNN reported. “The monthly number of Japanese suicides rose to 2,153 in October, according to Japan’s National Police Agency. As of Friday, Japan’s total Covid-19 toll was 2,087, the health ministry said.”

Nov 29 11:10

Time magazine's 'Person of the Year' nominees: Stacey Abrams, Andrew Cuomo, Dr. Fauci, Gretchen Whitmer, BLM activists

The list of nominees for Time magazine's "Person of the Year" award were announced on Wednesday, and the pool of contenders is predictably extremely left-leaning and has no shortage of Democratic politicians.

Nov 29 11:10

Iowa Republican congressional candidate declares victory after a recount puts her ahead by SIX votes out of almost 400,000 cast

A Republican candidate is hanging onto a single-digit lead in Iowa's 2nd Congressional District after a recount in a race that will help determine the size of Democrats' majority in the House of Representatives.

Nov 29 11:09

Report: Trump considers launching 2024 campaign during Joe Biden's inauguration

President Donald Trump is reportedly already considering his options for the 2024 presidential contest, and is actively discussing the specifics of re-launching his campaign with his closest confidants.

Nov 29 11:08

Report: Trump considers launching 2024 campaign during Joe Biden's inauguration

President Donald Trump is reportedly already considering his options for the 2024 presidential contest, and is actively discussing the specifics of re-launching his campaign with his closest confidants.

Nov 29 11:07

Mink farmers in Oregon are told to isolate after animals and staff test positive for COVID - but CDC say mink aren't infecting humans despite mass culls in Denmark

Workers at a mink farm in Oregon have gone into quarantine after contracting COVID-19, as the animals in the farm become the state's first to fall infected.

Nov 29 10:59

Trump 'Is Planning A MAGA Campaign Event DURING Biden's Inauguration To Announce His 2024 Run' And Thinks The Networks Will Continue To Cover Him Because The Democrat Is 'Boring'

Donald Trump is said to be considering holding an event during the president-elect's inauguration to announce his 2024 run and has boasted that he thinks the networks will continue to cover him after he leaves the White House because Joe Biden is 'boring'.

Nov 29 10:55

Biden's COVID adviser predicts that 'many who spent Thanksgiving with loved ones will be in ICU by Christmas' as post-holiday hospitalizations hit record 91,635 and Fauci warns of 'a surge upon the surge'

The number of COVID-19 patients currently being treated in hospitals across the United States nearly doubled in the last month, breaching 91,000 over the Thanksgiving weekend.

Nov 29 10:47

Report: Trump considers launching 2024 campaign during Joe Biden's inauguration

President Donald Trump is reportedly already considering his options for the 2024 presidential contest, and is actively discussing the specifics of re-launching his campaign with his closest confidants.

Nov 29 10:47

Student is kicked out of Texas sorority for 'unsisterly' conduct after posting TikTok from pro-Trump rally of 'All Lives Matter' signs

A student at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) claims that she was kicked out of her sorority after posting pro-Trump content on her TikTok account.

Nov 29 10:46

UAE cabinet approves new cybersecurity body, climate change envoy

FILE PHOTO: Prime Minister and Vice-President of the United Arab Emirates and ruler of Dubai Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid

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