Tuesday, Jun 15, 2021
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Taste of supremacy | White women pay $5,000 to hear how racist they are
RT, 09 Jun 2021
Two racial inequality activists organize special and pricey dinners where guests are whined at about just how racist they didn't realize they were
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Big helicopters to fight Southern California fires
AP, 15 Jun 2021
Southern California fire agencies are getting two large-scale helicopters that can each carry up to 3,000 gallons of water or retardant to battle wildfires.
Putin denies Russia cyberattacks on US
AFP, 15 Jun 2021
President Vladimir Putin dismisses accusations that Russia was behind cyberattacks against the United States in an interview with NBC broadcast ahead of his summit with Presiden...
Hundreds of South Africans dig for 'diamonds'
BBC, 15 Jun 2021
Hundreds of people have descended on a small village in Kwa-Zulu Natal, digging for 'diamonds'.
Europe unveils new IBM 'Q System One' quantum computer to achieve 'technological sovereignty'
DW, 15 Jun 2021
Within a few years Europe hopes that IBM's "Q System One" quantum computer will be cracking calculations that would take a standard digital computer years.
Nearing 600,000 COVID deaths, US continues vaccination push
Al Jazeera, 15 Jun 2021
The coronavirus pandemic has claimed more lives in the US than in any other country in the world.
Tucker: We must dismantle all systems of bird-supremacy
FOX, 15 Jun 2021
'Tucker Carlson Tonight' host mocks media for claiming birds
Climate activists march in California to demand action
Reuters, 15 Jun 2021
Around 100 young activists, carrying banners calling for a Green New Deal, marched across San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge demanding more action on climate change.
CNN's Christiane Amanpour shares ovarian cancer diagnosis
CNN, 15 Jun 2021
CNN's chief international anchor Christiane Amanpour revealed to viewers that she has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer.
Experts weigh in on the post-pandemic hiring boom
CBS, 15 Jun 2021
The U.S. economy added 559,000 jobs in May and that number is expected to grow this summer.
Unfriendly skies: Cases of unruly passengers soar as air travel makes a comeback
CA, 15 Jun 2021
Air travel is making a resurgence as COVID-19 pandemic measures are starting to ease.
NBC News NOW Full Broadcast - June 14th, 2021
NBC, 15 Jun 2021
Biden in Belgium for NATO summit, at least 10 mass shootings
PBS NewsHour West live episode, June 14, 2021
PBS, 15 Jun 2021
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WHO says the world needs faster vaccination after G7 announced donation of doses
SCMP, 15 Jun 2021
Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: https://sc.mp/subscribe-youtube The WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the world needs faster vaccination in a conference ...
JPMorgan CEO Dimon Warns of Bigger Trading Revenue Drop
Bloomberg, 15 Jun 2021
Jun.14 -- JPMorgan Chase & Co. Chief Executive Officer Jamie
Data Dive: How has the data affected Boris Johnson's lockdown decisions?
Sky, 15 Jun 2021
Sky News' Ed Conway takes a closer look at how COVID-19 infection rates may have impacted on Johnson's decisions around lockdown.
Biden rallies NATO support ahead of confrontation with Putin
FRANCE24, 15 Jun 2021
President Joe #Biden used his first appearance at a #NATO summit since taking office to call on Russian President Vladimir #Putin to step back from provocative actions targeting...
Weddings: 30-person limit lifted in England and numbers dictated by venue's capacity
ITV, 15 Jun 2021
The current 30-person limit for weddings in England is to be
MPs criticise Boris Johnson's delay to lockdown easing
Telegraph, 15 Jun 2021
Boris Johnson announced that the final stage of England's reopening will be delayed by four weeks amid fears that the NHS could be overwhelmed by a new wave of Covid cases cause...
Matt Hancock addresses parliament over pushing back England's lockdown release – watch live
Guardian, 15 Jun 2021
UK health secretary expected to make a statement in parliament
'Champagne guzzling lefties should show respect' — Oxford Uni cancels the Queen
RT, 15 Jun 2021
Students at Oxford University have voted to pull down a portrait of the Queen, because of the ‘colonial history’ it represents.