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POLITICAL WRAP: President Trump 2nd Impeachment Trial; COVID Rollout Improvement Efforts

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The Senate plans to begin former President Trump’s trial next month. The article will be presented Monday, and Senators will be sworn in as jurors Tuesday. Our political contributor Mary C. Curtis has more on this in the video above, along with the latest on efforts to improve the COVID vaccine rollout.

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POLITICAL WRAP: President Trump 2nd Impeachment Trial; COVID Rollout Improvement Efforts

Source: Sarah Sanders running for Arkansas governor

Former White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders is running for Arkansas governor, a source told The Associated Press on Sunday night. Sanders, who left the White House in 2019 to return to her home state, planned to announce her bid on Monday, a senior campaign official told the AP on condition of anonymity. The campaign official spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly. A formal announcement is expected Monday. The daughter of former Gov. Mike Huckabee, Sanders had been

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Source: Sarah Sanders running for Arkansas governor

Tampa Bay officials, athletes celebrate as Bucs head to Super Bowl

Sunday night, there was a consensus across Tampa Bay: what a year for sports. The Buccaneers’ win in the NFC Championship guaranteed the team up to be the first to play at home in a Super Bowl. Across the region, officials and athletes celebrated the win and the history it could make. “We’re coming home, and we’re coming home to win,” head coach Bruce Arians said during the trophy presentation. Here’s how leaders and notable figures around Tampa Bay reacted: BUCS WIN!!! @Buccaneers will be the first

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Tampa Bay officials, athletes celebrate as Bucs head to Super Bowl

Greyerz - Public Will Lose Up To 99% Of Their Wealth In The Next 5 Years

Today the man who has become legendary for his predictions on QE and historic moves in currencies and metals told King World News that the public will lose up to 99% of their wealth in the next 5 years. Each week Egon von Greyerz articles are published first on KWN. January 24 (King World News) – Egon von Greyerz out of Switzerland: Most investors want to get richer and this is why they will never exit the stock market. In the last 50 years, the Dow is up 39x and since March 2020, it is up almost 5x! As Jeremy

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Greyerz - Public Will Lose Up To 99% Of Their Wealth In The Next 5 Years

Mexico's president says he has tested positive for the coronavirus

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador says he has tested positive for the coronavirus and is undergoing medical treatment. MEXICO CITY — Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said Sunday he has tested positive for the coronavirus and has mild symptoms of COVID-19. López Obrador, who has been criticized for his handling of the pandemic in Mexico, said on his official Twitter account that he is undergoing medical treatment. “I regret to inform you that I am infected with COVID-19,”

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Mexico's president says he has tested positive for the coronavirus

Mifflin Township Fire Department rescues dog that ran onto lake, fell through ice

Ashland County Pictures ASHLAND COUNTY, Ohio — The Mifflin Township Fire Department rescued a dog that had fallen through ice Saturday afternoon, according to Ashland County Pictures. The dog, named Leon, was being walked along a lake and took off, heading about 75 feet out onto the lake before falling through the ice. Fire Chief JJ Bittinger and Lt. Amanda Bittinger responded to the scene, suiting up and heading out onto the ice to rescue Leon. Amanda Bittinger fell through the ice and Leon tried to use her

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Mifflin Township Fire Department rescues dog that ran onto lake, fell through ice

Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Bucaneers Beat the Green Bay Packers for Trip to the Super Bowl

*Tom Brady done done it again! For the 10th time, Brady is going back to the Super Bowl. At the age of 43. If you’re thinking, way-minute, he’s no longer the QB of the New England Patriots, the team he’s always taken to the big game. You’re right, but he’s still headed back to there, but this time as the quarterback of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. If you missed it, Brady and the Bucs knocked off the No. 1-seeded Green Bay Packers 31-26 in Sunday’s NFC Championship Game at Lambeau Field, which was supposed

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Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Bucaneers Beat the Green Bay Packers for Trip to the Super Bowl

Fort Wayne Police search for missing 15 year old girl

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WOWO): The Fort Wayne Police Department is asking for your help in locating a missing Juvenile. Police are searching for Loretta Stringer a white female, 15 Years of Age. She is described as being 4’10 tall and 180 lbs. She was last seen wearing a Gray in color coat with a hood and fur around the hood. She is also wearing Black pants and a yellow shirt. She is also wearing Brown winter style boots. She was last seen in the area of the 500 block of Greenlawn Ave at around 4:15 pm this afternoon.

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Fort Wayne Police search for missing 15 year old girl

COVID vaccine demand outpacing supply and causing distribution delay in Montgomery County, per health officer

Montgomery County Health Officer Dr. Travis Gayles said at the current pace, it would take nearly two years to vaccinate the entire county. SILVER SPRING, Md. — As Maryland opens up vaccines to phase 1C Monday, Montgomery County's health officer says a supply shortage is causing them to restrict doses to fewer groups. The states group 1C includes adults aged 65 and older, public health and safety workers not covered in Phase 1A, and essential workers in lab services, food/agriculture production, manufacturing,

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COVID vaccine demand outpacing supply and causing distribution delay in Montgomery County, per health officer

Austin FC to reveal stadium naming rights partnership with Austin-based company

The naming rights partnership of the 20,500-plus seat stadium will be announced on the morning of Jan. 25. AUSTIN, Texas — Austin FC will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony and announcement to reveal its stadium naming rights partnership for the 20,500-plus seat soccer stadium. The club said it would name the stadium in partnership with an Austin-based company, a trend the team has stuck to for different naming rights aspects in the organization. YETI, an Austin-based drink ware and cooler company, was notably

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Austin FC to reveal stadium naming rights partnership with Austin-based company

Steelers’ Maurkice Pouncey Close to Decision About His Future: Report

Pittsburgh Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey. According to Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, longtime Pittsburgh Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey “has told teammates he is likely retiring after 11 seasons,” and that unless Pouncey has a “change of heart,” a final decision could be coming soon. If Pouncey decides to retire, the Steelers would save $8 million on the team’s 2021 salary cap. However, it would also result in a $6,475,000 ‘dead money’ cap charge. Pouncey has one year remaining

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Steelers’ Maurkice Pouncey Close to Decision About His Future: Report

LaFleur's Conservative Call Could Cost Green Bay More Than Just a Game

Mark Hoffman/USA Today Network If you were anything like us, you may have spent the first few minutes after the Packers decided to kick a field goal on fourth-and-goal from the 8-yard line with 4:59 remaining in the NFC Championship wondering whether there was something you might have missed. The refinement of in-game decision-making analytics, which were some of the first widely utilized probability concepts of the modern analytics boon, are complex enough to throw the lay fan a curveball from time to time.

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LaFleur's Conservative Call Could Cost Green Bay More Than Just a Game

Protecting your pets during snow play

Pets? Ok, let's be honest, probably dogs. Your cat likely won't go near the snow. LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – A snow day means time to play outside, but for your pet, there are a few safety tips to think about before you open the door and let them run. You can do a few things ahead of time to keep them safe while they play if you have a snow-loving dog. The AKC advises to: Protect their paws. You can use booties or paw balm if you have it. Ahead of time, trim the excess hair on their paws so the balls of snow

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Protecting your pets during snow play

Gabriel Sherman, Author at The Student Life

Students organizing as Nobody Fails at Scripps continue to raise thousands of dollars to support students. What’s next for an organization borne of pandemic-related protest? January 14, 2021 11:03 pmJanuary 16, 2021 11:41 am @5C_roomiesss was meant to be a network to connect at-need students with housing. Two admin who helped run the account told TSL their regrets and why they decided to shut it down. November 18, 2020 3:35 pmNovember 19, 2020 5:46 pm 5C students living in Claremont discuss the current

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Gabriel Sherman, Author at The Student Life

Nobody Fails at Scripps has met extraordinary need during the pandemic. What comes next?

Students organizing as Nobody Fails at Scripps advocate for at-need Scripps College students through various mutual aid fundraisers. (Chloe Ortiz • The Student Life) Last spring, many students from Scripps College struggled to adjust to virtual classes, citing challenges like chronic illnesses, hearing impairments and paying out of pocket to improve internet speed. Through a series of posts on Instagram, newly formed organizing group Nobody Fails at Scripps broadcasted these personal experiences and circulated

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Nobody Fails at Scripps has met extraordinary need during the pandemic. What comes next?

Stolen but not silent: Indigenous Australians protest national celebrations By Reuters

SYDNEY (Reuters) - As Australia prepares for its national day of festivities on Jan. 26, Indigenous woman Rita Wright will be protesting the celebrations at a march in Sydney. Australia Day marks the date the British fleet sailed into Sydney Harbour in 1788 to start a penal colony, viewing the land as unoccupied despite encountering settlements. For Wright, holding national celebrations on the highly sensitive date reinforces a legacy of mistreatment of Indigenous people. She said the date of the national holiday

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Stolen but not silent: Indigenous Australians protest national celebrations By Reuters

Key takeaways from first half of Chiefs vs. Bills

Share this article The first half of this game was very reminiscent of some of the Kansas City Chiefs’ playoff games from last season. They went down in the first quarter, but it awakened the slumbering giant that is the Chiefs’ offense in the ensuing quarter. The Chiefs went on a 21-3 scoring run in the second quarter to put the score at 21-12 at halftime. There’s still a lot of game left, but it feels like K.C. can put this game away if they score when they get the ball to start the second half. Here’s

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Key takeaways from first half of Chiefs vs. Bills

Tattoo industry striving to safely ink their way through pandemic

Actions BRYAN, TEXAS — The pandemic has revealed that tattooing may never be the same as it once was, but the industry continues to safely make its mark. The 8th annual Bryan College Station Tattoo Expo hosted by Ink Masters Tattoo Show was held at the Brazos Center over the weekend. In an event inviting some of the best tattoo artists from all over, artists were able to safely ink away through the popular event. Attendees and artists alike say the ink is healing to them all. "We maintain sterile environments.

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Tattoo industry striving to safely ink their way through pandemic

Miranda Devine: Biden's executive order blitz has done nothing but 'spit into the eye of normal Americans'

Since accepting office, President Biden has enacted a slate of executive orders that have done nothing but "spit into the eye of normal Americans who are not protected by great wealth or by protected jobs," Fox News contributor Miranda Devine said Saturday. The New York Post columnist made the comment on "Watters World" over the weekend reacting to a total of 30 executive orders signed by Biden since entering the Oval Office last Wednesday. The orders reversed a number of Trump administration policies and covered

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Miranda Devine: Biden's executive order blitz has done nothing but 'spit into the eye of normal Americans'