Friday, Oct 22, 2021
Focus on the big picture
I would be 'very worried' if I was Chancellor - Lord Heseltine
Sky, 10 Oct 2021
Former Deputy Prime Minister Lord Heseltine has told Sky News he would be "very worried" if he were Chancellor as he believes the UK is "heading to a significant increase in inflation".
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New COVID-19 modelling suggests Saskatchewan's ICU crisis could worsen
CA, 22 Oct 2021
Doctors say strict COVID-19 measures are urgently needed in Saskatchewan, where new modelling paints a dire picture of the crisis unfolding in hospitals.
Africa Weekly: Rival Sudan camps gear up for protests as tensions rise
AFP, 22 Oct 2021
This week in Africa, supporters of Sudan's transitional government
Biden asked about where Sinema stands on issues. Hear his reply
CNN, 22 Oct 2021
President Joe Biden and CNN's Anderson Cooper discuss Sen. Kyrsten Sinema's stance on issues around the President's plan.
Hannity: Biden is not well
FOX, 22 Oct 2021
Sean Hannity explains why Joe Biden is 'not fit to serve' as president in his opening monologue.
Gabby Petito update: FBI says human remains in Florida belong to Brian Laundrie
Reuters, 22 Oct 2021
Human remains found in a Florida wilderness area have been identified through dental records as belonging to Brian Laundrie, the fiance of murdered blogger Gabby Petito, the FBI...
Triceratops Skeleton Sold at Paris Auction For Over $7 Million to American Collector
NBC, 22 Oct 2021
The skeleton of "Big John," the largest triceratops uncovered by paleontologists, has been sold at auction for $7.74 million by an American collector.
Thousands of migrants expelled to Mexico faced violent attacks, report finds
CBS, 22 Oct 2021
A new report from the organization Human Rights First found thousands of migrants and asylum seekers expelled to Mexico by the U.S.
Today in History for October 22nd
AP, 22 Oct 2021
Highlights of this day in history: A Cold War crisis over Cuba leads to brink of nuclear war; Shah of Iran allowed into U.S.
PBS NewsHour full episode, Oct. 21, 2021
PBS, 22 Oct 2021
Thursday on the NewsHour, the house votes to cite Trump ally Steve Bannon with contempt for defying a congressional subpoena.
24/7 Port Operations Won't Solve Supply Chain Crunch: Seko Logistics
Bloomberg, 22 Oct 2021
Brian Bourke, chief growth officer at Seko Logistics, says 24/7 operations at the Port of Los Angeles won't alleviate supply chain pressures.
Facebook's VR 'Metaverse' is just around the corner
RT, 22 Oct 2021
Mark Zuckerberg wants you to take the social media version of the red pill and head into the Facebook Metaverse.
Trending in China: Delivery man shows off impressive piano skills
SCMP, 22 Oct 2021
Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: https://sc.mp/subscribe-youtube A delivery man was spotted showing off his impressive piano skills while waiting to collect order...
Gordon Brown: Not sharing Covid vaccines is an ‘intolerable waste’ night
BBC, 22 Oct 2021
Former UK prime minister and global ambassador for the World Health Organisation Gordon Brown tells Newsnight spare vaccines should be immediately airlifted by the military to p...
Press Preview: Friday's front pages
Sky, 22 Oct 2021
Jonathan Samuels takes a look at Friday's headlines, with broadcaster Steve Richards, and former government special adviser Salma Shah.
Netflix staff join trans activists to protest Dave Chappelle comedy special
DW, 22 Oct 2021
Netflix employees in the US city of Los Angeles walked off the job on Wednesday in protest over a new Dave Chappelle comedy special.
Unrelinquished: Why do so many domestic abusers have guns? | The Stream
Al Jazeera, 22 Oct 2021
Every month in the United States, an estimated 57 women are shot and killed by their intimate partner.
Europe's values on the line? Poland in showdown over rule of law
FRANCE24, 22 Oct 2021
Can you do a 'Brussels fudge' on this one? European Union summits are renowned for the ingenious ways devised to blur the lines and horse trade on hot button issues.
The man behind China's through-building metro station – Liziba
CGTN, 22 Oct 2021
For more: https://www.cgtn.com/video Every day, thousands of people go to the Liziba monorail station, not for public transportation but to take pictures of trains passing throu...
Searching for the Lost Graves of Canada’s Indigenous Children
NYT, 22 Oct 2021
For more than a century, Indigenous children in Canada were forced to attend residential schools, where many endured abuse.
Boris Johnson on rising Covid-19 cases: 'We're sticking with our plan'
Guardian, 21 Oct 2021
The prime minister says in an interview in Northern Ireland that there is no need to change the government approach to Covid, as the rising case numbers are 'within the paramete...