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1 hour ago | The NY Times
Harris Announces Funding to Fight Future Pandemics
Vice President Kamala Harris said that the U.S. would contribute at least $250 million to a new global health security fund aimed at increasing disease surveillance, vaccine development and health care worker support.
1 hour ago | YouTube
TikTokers Use Congress's BRAZEN Corruption To Beat Stock Market
A couple of TikTokers have found a new way to try to beat the stock market: copy the corrupt purchasing habits of people like Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Ana Kasparian discusses on The Young Turks. Watch LIVE weekdays 6-8 pm ET. http://youtube.com/theyoungturks/live Read more HERE:  https://www.npr.org/2021/09/21/1039313011/tiktokers-are-trading-stocks-by-watching-what-members-of-congress-do "Young investors have a new strategy: watching financial disclosures of sitting members of Congress for stock tips. Among a certain community of individual investors on TikTok, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's stock trading disclosures are a treasure trove. "Shouts out to Nancy Pelosi, the stock market's biggest whale," said user 'ceowatchlist.' Another said, "I've come to the conclusion that Nancy Pelosi is a psychic," while adding that she is the "queen of investing."" Hosts: Ana Kasparian Cast: Ana Kasparian
2 hours ago | FOX News
Democrats block war on terror memorial at National Mall
Sen. Joni Ernst and Gold Star wife Jane Horton discuss the importance of honoring those who fought in the war on terror.
2 hours ago | YouTube
Chamber of Commerce Schemes To Screw Over Every American
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is launching a series of ads in moderate Democrat districts to try to stop Biden's "Build Back Better" bill. Ana Kasparian discusses on The Young Turks. Watch LIVE weekdays 6-8 pm ET. http://youtube.com/theyoungturks/live Read more HERE:  https://thehill.com/business-a-lobbying/business-a-lobbying/573353-chamber-of-commerce-warns-moderate-democrats-against "The U.S. Chamber of Commerce launched a six-figure ad campaign Wednesday pressuring moderate House Democrats to vote down the $3.5 trillion reconciliation package. The ads target Reps. Cindy Axne, (Iowa), Angie Craig (Minn.), Antonio Delgado (N.Y.), Josh Harder (Calif.) and Elaine Luria (Va.), urging them to reject Democrats’ party-line spending plan over its proposed tax hikes." Hosts: Ana Kasparian Cast: Ana Kasparian
2 hours ago | FOX News
Afghan refugees relocating in US sparking 'war on citizenship': Hanson
Hoover Institution senior fellow Victor Davis Hanson discusses the legal discrepancies between being an American citizen and a refugee.
2 hours ago | mindbodygreen
Can't Stop Snacking? New Research Might Have Found One Reason Why
We know getting a good night's sleep is crucial for overall health, and it can affect how we function on a day-to-day basis. And according to a new study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, there's one more good reason to prioritize sleep: your diet. Here's what the researchers found. Studying how sleep affects diet. Researchers from Ohio State University wanted to study how sleep duration affects dietary choices. To do so, they analyzed data from nearly 20,000 U.S. adults (ranging from 20 to 60 years old) who took part in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey from 2007 to 2018.In the survey, participants recorded how much they slept during the workweek, as well as what they ate and when. Based on the sleep recommendation of seven or more hours, the researchers split up the group into those who were getting enough sleep (more than seven hours)—and those who weren't (less than seven hours).
2 hours ago | FOX News
Victor Davis Hanson weighs in on Chicago welcoming immigrant kids
Hoover Institution senior fellow weighs in on Afghan refugees coming to the United States on 'Fox News Primetime'
3 hours ago | FOX News
Zuby joins 'Tucker Carlson Today' to discuss how autocracy and authoritarianism is sweeping the West
British rapper Zuby offers his take on Fox Nation.
3 hours ago | The NY Times
At Covid Summit, Biden Sets Ambitious Goals for Vaccinating the World
WASHINGTON — President Biden, declaring the coronavirus an “all-hands-on-deck crisis,” set out ambitious goals on Wednesday for ending the pandemic and urged world leaders, drug companies, philanthropies and nonprofit groups to embrace a target of vaccinating 70 percent of the world by next year.But the course that Mr. Biden charted, at a virtual Covid-19 summit meeting that he convened on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, may be difficult to turn into reality. And pressure is mounting on the president to lean harder on U.S. pharmaceutical manufacturers, which are resisting sharing their Covid-19 technology with poorer countries.The daylong meeting, the largest gathering of heads of state to address the pandemic, was a reflection of Mr. Biden’s determination to re-establish the United States as a leader in global health after President Donald J. Trump severed ties with the World Health Organization last year, at the outset of the coronavirus crisis.
3 hours ago | FOX News
Biden’s media coverage under scrutiny amid crises
‘MediaBuzz’ host Howard Kurtz analyzes the increase in mainstream media’s critical reporting.
3 hours ago | FOX News
Katie Pavlich: Until there is a policy change, this horrific situation will continue
‘Special Report’ All-Star Panel break down Biden’s handling of the migrant surge at the Texas border.
3 hours ago | YouTube
Progressives Dig In: No $3.5 Trillion Budget, No Deal!
Rep. Pramila Jayapal confirmed in multiple interviews that progressives will not support the bipartisanship infrastructure deal without the passage of the reconciliation budget first. Ana Kasparian discusses on The Young Turks. Watch LIVE weekdays 6-8 pm ET. http://youtube.com/theyoungturks/live Watch more HERE: https://www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow/watch/-try-us-jayapal-makes-clear-house-progressives-not-bluffing-on-infrastructure-bills-121664581925 Hosts: Ana Kasparian Cast: Ana Kasparian
3 hours ago | The NY Times
Hospitals in Alaska struggle to handle a worsening outbreak.
Alaska, once a leader in vaccinating its citizens, is now in the throes of its worst coronavirus surge of the pandemic, as the Delta variant rips through the state, swamping hospitals with patients.As of Tuesday, the state was averaging 117 new cases a day for every 100,000 people, more than any other state in the nation, according to recent data trends collected by The New York Times. That figure has shot up by 42 percent in the last two weeks, and by more than twentyfold since early July.On Wednesday, the state said it had activated “crisis standards of care,” giving hospitals legal protections for triage decisions that force them to give some patients substandard care. The state also announced an $87 million contract to bring in hundreds of temporary health care workers to support hospitals.
3 hours ago | FOX News
Jesse Watters on reporter's rage after Biden snubs questions: 'This is what they elected'
'The Five' discuss the media's outrage over the White House refusing to take press questions
3 hours ago | The NY Times
F.D.A. Authorizes Pfizer Booster Shots for Older and At-Risk Americans
WASHINGTON — After weeks of internal strife at the Food and Drug Administration, the agency on Wednesday authorized people over 65 who had received Pfizer-BioNTech’s coronavirus vaccine to get a booster shot at least six months after their second injection.The F.D.A. also authorized booster shots for adult Pfizer-BioNTech recipients who are at high risk of becoming severely ill with Covid-19 or are at risk of serious complications from the disease due to frequent exposure to the coronavirus at their jobs.The authorization sets up what is likely to be a staggered campaign to deliver the shots, starting with the most vulnerable Americans. It opens the way for possibly tens of millions of vaccinated people to receive boosters at pharmacies, health clinics, doctors’ offices and elsewhere.
3 hours ago | Atlas Obscura
Tracing the Funky Story of D.C. Go-Go, From Parties to Protest
Go-go is the rhythm of Washington, D.C. This homegrown musical genre—funk-adjacent, featuring percussion, bass, and call-and-response between the lead singer and the audience—emerged from the city’s Black music scene in the 1970s. Though the late Chuck Brown’s “Bustin’ Loose,” now a D.C. anthem, hit #34 on the Billboard charts in 1979, go-go never really caught on nationally. But its history is an important part of the story of the city, says District of Columbia Public Library archivist Derek Gray, who has spent the last decade collecting the sights and sounds of the capital’s distinctive go-go scene.
3 hours ago | FOX News
Border patrol prepping for thousands of more migrants
Fox News national correspondent Bill Melugin has the latest from Del Rio, Texas on 'Special Report'
4 hours ago | FOX News
Coming up on Thursday, September 23 edition of 'Special Report'
Bret Baier gives you a sneak peek of the next show
4 hours ago | The NY Times
The U.S. Is Lifting Travel Restrictions for Visitors. What Do the New Rules Mean?
On Monday, the White House announced that come November, it will lift the ban on most travelers from the European Union, China, Iran, South Africa, Brazil and India, as long as they can show proof of vaccination and a negative coronavirus test.The new rules were widely celebrated by many countries whose citizens have been prohibited from entering the United States directly — unless they went through inconvenient, and often expensive, maneuvers.It will, for instance, put an end to one of the odder pandemic workarounds that sprung up: Travelers from the prohibited countries spending two weeks in an intermediate country — often, Mexico or the Dominican Republic — and then obtaining a negative coronavirus test there before flying to the United States. (Travelers did not have to quarantine while visiting this other country, simply having spent 14 days before entry in a destination that wasn’t on the banned list gave them travel privileges.)
4 hours ago | FOX News
Peter Doocy asks White House about the ongoing border challenge
White House correspondent Peter Doocy joins ‘Special Report’ with the latest.
4 hours ago | FOX News
Afghan women face restrictions amid Talban takeover
Fox News correspondent Trey Yingst has the latest on the crisis in Afghanistan on 'Special Report'
4 hours ago | A Luxury Travel Blog
New to Mykonos: Kenshō Psarou Grand Villa
Kenshō Boutique Hotels & Villas is proud to present their latest addition and the crème de la crème of Mykonos island – the Kenshō Psarou Grand Villa.The brand is well-renowned for its exceptional hospitality, awe-inspiring décor, five-star service and extensive A-list clientele; yet the bar has been raised even higher with the latest newcomer.Situated within close proximity to the cosmopolitan Psarou Beach, the 4-bedroom villa combines modern design with robust touches of earthy materials; complementing sister-hotel Kenshō Psarou, a mere stone’s throw away. The retreat boasts picture-perfect views of the Aegean ocean, overlooking Psarou Bay, and offers unparalleled services with modern amenities that guests can enjoy from the comfort of the most luxurious and private setting.
5 hours ago | A Luxury Travel Blog
Cape Breton: the top island travel destination in Canada
Home to the world-renowned Cabot Trail, dramatic coastal views, highland scenery and Bras d’Or Lake – Canada’s largest in-land saltwater sea – Cape Breton Island continues to be the number one island in Canada.Previously named as number one island in the Americas by Condé Nast Traveller, Cape Breton has recently been awarded No. 1 island in Canada (4 years in a row) by Travel and Leisure 2021 World’s Best Awards. We have shortlisted here some of the experiences we love about this place filled with outdoor adventure and the freshest seafood imaginable.Take in an impressive view of the Cabot Trail along the Skyline Trail in Cape Breton Highlands National Park. A dramatic headland cliff overlooks the rugged coast from the end of this level trail. You can enjoy an eagle’s view of the Cabot Trail as it winds its way down the mountain and vehicles look like toys. Watch for whales in the Gulf of St. Lawrence from the viewing decks. Moose, bald eagles, bears and numerous boreal birds also live in this habitat and it’s not uncommon to encounter wildlife along the trail (but please be respectful of their home!). Hiking Time: 1.5–3 hours. Length: 6.5 km (4 mi) return; 8.2 km (5.1 mi) loop.
5 hours ago | FOX News
Gutfeld: Nobody's buying 'moderate Joe' anymore
Democrats feuding over Biden's spending agenda; 'The Five' reacts
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Germany’s Teflon candidate
21 minutes ago | Politico