(Beth Baumann) Climate change activist Greta Thunberg on Monday announced her foundation will donate $120,000 U.S. dollars to the WHO Foundation’s COVAX program, which provides COVID vaccines to lower-income countries. The goal is to address the “vaccine nationalism” crisis Thunberg says is on the same playing field as the “climate crisis.”
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(Ian Haworth) According to reports, numerous current and past staffers of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo have claimed that, contrary to his office’s claims, their work on his for-profit book detailing his COVID-19 response was not voluntary.
(Emily Zanotti) NBC News reports Monday that human traffickers are “openly advertising their services on Facebook” to would-be migrants from Central America, promising safe passage over the United States-Mexico border, and “fueling false hope” that the new Biden administration will be welcoming to asylum seekers.
(Tim Pearce) Republican South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem again passed on signing a bill to bar biological males from competing as transgender females in women’s sports, instead issuing executive orders in the bill’s place.
(Hank Berrien) Alleged suspect later dies at hospital
(Ryan Saavedra) Democrat President-elect Joe Biden announced in a statement late last week that he aims to “defeat” the NRA, a civil rights organization dedicated to protecting the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding citizens.
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(Ryan Saavedra) Then-Attorney General William Barr, America’s top law enforcement official, personally questioned the cellmate of alleged child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein after Epstein’s death in 2019.
(Paul Bois) Despite having passed on, former “Jeopardy” host Alex Trebek has continued to deliver messages of optimism and hope.
(Ashe Schow) A U.K. activist who leads a Black Lives Matter-inspired political party has called for a “race offenders” registry — a national database of anyone “accused” or “charged” with racism. The registry would bar those on it from certain jobs and from living near people of color.
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(Tim Pearce) A federal appeals court struck down strict limits on gatherings in houses of worship in New York on Monday.
(Ashe Schow) A Duke University administrator said that the school limits due process protections for students accused of sexual misconduct and plans to remove those protections altogether once Democrat Joe Biden becomes president.
(Paul Bois) The new Netflix series “Tiny Pretty Things” has been met with criticism for featuring a plethora of seemingly unnecessary and graphic sex scenes that do not advance the story.
(Paul Bois) Warner Bros. has finally concluded its investigation into the alleged misconduct that took place during the “Justice League” reshoots five months after actor Ray Fisher accused director Joss Whedon and producers Geoff Johns and Jon Berg of abusive behavior.
(Ryan Saavedra) Democrat Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (HI) slammed critics of her bill to protect women and girls in female sports, saying that some of those who were attacking it were doing so because they don’t like Title IX, which recognizes the “biological distinction between men and women.”
(Jon Brown) Twitter confirmed that they could clamp down harder on President Donald Trump’s personal Twitter account after he leaves office.