Saturday, Nov 27, 2021
Focus on the big picture
Energy crisis: Lights go out on Bulb
Sky, 23 Nov 2021
Customers are being urged not to panic after energy supplier Bulb went into administration.
More than 1.7 million people will be affected by Bulb’s demise.
Ofgem will take over the running of the company until a new supplier can be found.
The energy watchdog will contact customers over what steps they need to take next but have assured them their energy supply – and any cash they are owed – are all safe.
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How concerned parents are combating the left's radical agenda in classrooms
FOX, 27 Nov 2021
‘The Charles Love Show’ host Charles Love, Independent Women’s Forum Patrice Onwuka, and Moms for Liberty Chapter co-chair Quisha King join ‘Fox News Primetime’ to discuss the f...
U.S. lawmakers vow 'rock solid' commitment to Taiwan
DW, 27 Nov 2021
Five US lawmakers met with Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen on Friday during their visit to Taipei to reaffirm Washington's support for the island.
Land Cruiser made of LEGO bricks showcased in Dubai
Reuters, 27 Nov 2021
A Toyota Land Cruiser made of LEGO bricks is turning heads in Dubai. #Dubai #News #Reuters Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe Reuters brings you the latest business,...
Top Story with Tom Llamas - Nov. 26 | NBC News NOW
NBC, 27 Nov 2021
New omicron Covid-19 variant identified in South Africa, concerns
BC's fight for fuel: Trans Mountain hopes to restart pipeline at reduced capacity in days
CA, 27 Nov 2021
There are setbacks to getting the Trans Mountain pipeline up and running again. It was voluntarily shut off due to British Columbia's atmospheric river disaster.
Kevin Hart talks new drama series ‘True Story’; says ‘I stand with Dave’ amidst controversy
AP, 27 Nov 2021
Kevin Hart’s latest project isn’t not funny—that’s because he takes a dramatic turn for his new Netflix limited series “True Story” co-starring Wesley Snipes.
What we know about the Omicron variant
CNN, 27 Nov 2021
CNN's David McKenzie reports on the new Covid-19 variant known as Omicron and why its mutations are concerning scientists and health professionals.
PBS NewsHour full episode, Nov. 26, 2021
PBS, 27 Nov 2021
Friday on the NewsHour, a highly mutated and transmissible strain
Russia’s Progress MS-17 cargo ship departs ISS making way for the new Prichal module
RT, 27 Nov 2021
Progress MS-17 cargo spacecraft has left the docking port on Russia’s Nauka lab module, making way for the new Prichal module, which will expand the technical and operational ca...
The faces of the children suffering from severe malnutrition in Afghanistan
ITV, 27 Nov 2021
These children are among millions in Afghanistan who are suffering
"A personal vendetta." Turkey's Erdogan shrugs off pressure to release philanthropist Osman Kavala
FRANCE24, 27 Nov 2021
In The World This Week, François Picard's panel examines the personal vendetta that's kept philanthropist and campaigner #OsmanKavala behind bars for four years without a trial.
Omicron: How worried should we be over the new Covid variant? night
BBC, 27 Nov 2021
The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared a new coronavirus variant to be "of concern" and named it Omicron.
The Press Preview: A look at Saturday's newspapers
Sky, 27 Nov 2021
A first look at Saturday's papers with the Deputy Editor of the Jewish Chronicle, Jake Wallis Simmons and Daily Mirror columnist Susie Boniface.
First victim of Channel migrant disaster identified as Iraqi-Kurdish woman
Telegraph, 27 Nov 2021
An Iraqi-Kurdish woman who lost contact with her husband in the middle of the sea is the first confirmed victim of the Channel migrant tragedy,.
Bloomberg Surv Early Edition Full Show (11/26/2021)
Bloomberg, 27 Nov 2021
Bloomberg Surveillance: Early Edition, live from London, Berlin
Protest remains peaceful as Netherlands brings in more restrictions
AFP, 27 Nov 2021
Protest in The Hague remains peaceful after the Dutch government announces a new round of restrictions as Covid-19 cases continue to rise.
Experts predict record spending this holiday season despite rising inflation & supply chain issues
CBS, 27 Nov 2021
Black Friday shoppers started early this year, with $3.5 million spent per minute online on Thanksgiving Day.
Chinese ancient-style gold, silver wares gaining popularity
CD, 27 Nov 2021
Old craftsmanship rejuvenated: #Chinese #ancient-style gold and
How Major League Soccer Plans To Overtake Baseball
CNBC, 27 Nov 2021
Soccer in the U.S. has not always had the best track record. Its popularity wavers and interest is usually tied to significant events, such as the World Cup or the Olympics.
Who's to blame for the disaster in Calais? | Inside Story
Al Jazeera, 27 Nov 2021
Britain and France are blaming each other for the deaths of at least 27 people in the English Channel.