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16.04.21 10:00 Column: Bernie Madoff wanted to beat the Wall Street 'club.' So do today's crypto hotshots

Schlagwörter: California’s, Hollywood’s, California, University, Filmmakers

It's unlikely Bernie Madoff ever got into cryptocurrency from his prison cell, but he might have appreciated the logic.

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16.04.21 09:00 'La Gran Madre' helps child migrants separated from their families — because she was one

Schlagwörter: Nicaraguans.(Congress, International, Nicaraguan, Sandinista, Georgetown

Nicaraguan American Nora Sandigo helps children who have crossed the border on their own to join families in the U.S.

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15.04.21 19:51 What's different about Johnson & Johnson's vaccine that might explain its blood clot risk?

Schlagwörter: Pfizer-BioNTech, Administration, AstraZeneca’s, Paradoxically, AstraZeneca

Why might some COVID-19 vaccines pose a small risk of blood clots while others don't? Scientists suspect it's related to their use of adenoviruses.

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15.04.21 19:51 What's different about Johnson & Johnson's vaccine that might explain its blood clot risk?

Schlagwörter: Pfizer-BioNTech, Administration, AstraZeneca’s, Paradoxically, AstraZeneca

Why might some COVID-19 vaccines pose a small risk of blood clots while others don't? Scientists suspect it's related to their use of adenoviruses.

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15.04.21 13:00 Long Beach is ready to house immigrant children. But are they in over their heads?

Schlagwörter: Resettlement, U.S.-Mexico, Convention, Department, Cambodians

In their rush to help unaccompanied immigrant children, some critics question whether Long Beach leaders understand what they are getting themselves into.

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15.04.21 09:00 The Dead Sea is dying. Drinking water is scarce. Jordan faces a climate crisis

Schlagwörter: University’s, Palestinians, Fahrenheit, Jordanians, Resources

Climate change means Jordanians may soon not have enough water to drink. Others will face a similar scarcity.

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15.04.21 04:16 U.S. expels Russian diplomats, imposes new round of sanctions

Schlagwörter: California’s, Afghanistan, Thursday’s, SolarWinds, Department

The Biden administration moves to hold Russia accountable for the hacking of federal agencies and interference in last year's presidential election.

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14.04.21 23:22 Britain watches, wonders: Will brother princes make peace while grieving grandfather's death?

Schlagwörter: Foreign/National, American-style, Organization, Nonetheless, Piazzolla’s

In latest chapter of British royal rift, estranged princes William and Harry to cross paths at family funeral.

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14.04.21 19:56 'White Lives Matter' rallies miss their mark. Hate groups still see chance to 'fire up the base'

Schlagwörter: Charlottesville, Anti-Defamation, Nazi-adjacent, Pan-African, Huntington

White supremacists failed to turn out big crowds in Huntington Beach and elsewhere but have more coming, say experts on extremist groups.

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14.04.21 17:52 'Time to end the forever war.' Biden says troops to leave Afghanistan by Sept. 11

Schlagwörter: Afghanistan’s, Organization, Intelligence, Afghanistan, Republicans

Biden announces U.S. troops will leave Afghanistan by the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks that drew America into its longest war.

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14.04.21 13:44 Bernie Madoff, notorious financier who pulled off history's biggest swindle, dies at 82

Schlagwörter: Securities, Commission, California, Federation, Foundation

Bernie Madoff, who came to epitomize Wall Street corruption with his epic $65-billion Ponzi scheme, has died in prison of natural causes at age 82.

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14.04.21 12:00 'White Lives Matter' rallies fizzled. Hate groups still see chance to 'fire up the base'

Schlagwörter: Charlottesville, Anti-Defamation, Nazi-adjacent, Pan-African, Huntington

White supremacists failed to turn out big crowds in Huntington Beach and elsewhere but have more coming, say experts on extremist groups.

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14.04.21 11:14 'It's not enough': Residents react to charge against former Minnesota officer in killing of Daunte Wright

Schlagwörter: Organization, Minneapolis, Piazzolla’s, Afghanistan, Washington

Minnesota prosecutors charged Kim Potter, who fatally shot Black motorist Daunte Wright during a traffic stop, with second-degree manslaughter. She was released on $100,000 bail.

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14.04.21 11:00 McManus: The pandemic won't end anywhere until it's under control everywhere

Schlagwörter: Trump-Taliban, Organization, Afghanistan, Guatemalans, Philippines

The world's failure to deliver vaccines to needier countries is more than a scandal; it's a crisis. And it could come to haunt us all soon.

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14.04.21 09:00 Jordan's powerful tribes on collision course with monarchy over alleged royal plot

Schlagwörter: Palestinian, Authorities, Transjordan, American’s, Jordanians

Jordan's tribes have long been the kingdom's bedrock and a source of support for the monarchy. But accusations of seditious scheming may change that.

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14.04.21 06:38 Protesters rally in downtown Sacramento over police killing of Daunte Wright

Schlagwörter: Chihuahua-pug, University’s, Minneapolis, Legislature, Sacramento

Protesters gathered in downtown Sacramento on Tuesday night to decry the killing of Daunte Wright, a Black man shot by a police officer during a traffic stop in a Minneapolis suburb.

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14.04.21 01:17 Feeling anxious because you got the Johnson & Johnson vaccine? Here's what to do

Schlagwörter: Administration, Immunization, California’s, Christopher, Jones-Lopez

Reports of blood clots among those who got Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine may make some recipients anxious. Here's how to handle those feelings.

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13.04.21 23:05 Here's what we know about J&J's vaccine and rare blood clots

Schlagwörter: Pfizer-BioNTech, International, Massachusetts, Immunization, AstraZeneca

Two COVID-19 vaccines have now been linked to a risk of developing blood clots. Scientists don't know whether the vaccines are to blame.

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13.04.21 21:38 Amid rise in anti-Asian hate crimes, Democrats move to beef up prosecution

Schlagwörter: Bipartisanship, Asian-American, Republicans, Legislature, Department

A bill under consideration would try to make it easier to report and prosecute hate crimes against Asian Americans.

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13.04.21 16:26 Biden plans to withdraw troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11

Schlagwörter: Afghanistan’s, Afghanistan, University, Officially, Wednesday

President Biden will miss the May 1 deadline of the Trump-Taliban deal and withdraw remaining U.S. troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11.

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13.04.21 14:48 Photos: Continued unrest in Minnesota over death of Daunte Wright during police encounter

Schlagwörter: Minneapolis, California, Journalism, Protesters, Sacramento

Minnesota State Patrol Col. Matt Langer said 40 people were arrested Monday night at the Brooklyn Center protest.

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13.04.21 13:00 Q&A: What are vaccine passports, and why do some people hate them so much?

Schlagwörter: Massachusetts, University’s, Territorial, Immigration, Prevention

We explain what vaccine passports are, how they work, where they've been implemented, and why some people object to them.

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13.04.21 12:00 On YouTube, North Korean refugees chase fame, profit and understanding

Schlagwörter: Capitalist, Television, Pyongyang, Australia, Everyone

A flourishing subgenre of YouTube channels features North Korean refugees telling how they fled the authoritarian government and how they've adjusted.

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13.04.21 11:13 U.S. urges pause in use of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine over blood clot concerns

Schlagwörter: California-Oregon, Administration’s, Evaluation, California, Department

U.S. officials call for a pause in the use of Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine after six serious blood clots in recipients were reported.

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12.04.21 23:56 What's ahead for Iran and Israel after alleged attack at key nuclear site?

Schlagwörter: Revolutionary, Organization, Fakhrizadeh, Netanyahu’s, Washington

'Shadow' conflict takes to the spotlight as Iran accuses Israel of attacking key nuclear site

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12.04.21 23:51 Minnesota officer who shot Black man meant to draw Taser, not handgun, police chief says

Schlagwörter: Jacksonville, Northwestern, Minneapolis, Times-Union, Austin-East

The shooting of Daunte Wright yet again ignited tensions in the Minneapolis area.

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12.04.21 20:11 Multiple victims reported at Knoxville school shooting

Schlagwörter: Austin-East, Citizenship, Immigration, Department, Recreation

Multiple victims have been reported at a shooting at Austin-East Magnet High School in Knoxville, Tenn., including an officer, according to the Knoxville Police Department.

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12.04.21 16:43 Harvey Weinstein indicted on sex assault charges in Los Angeles, faces extradition from N.Y. today

Schlagwörter: Correctional, Pennsylvania, California’s, Weinstein’s, Prosecution

A grand jury returned an indictment against Harvey Weinstein in L.A. County in connection with the sexual assaults of five women between 2004 and 2013.

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12.04.21 15:32 Biden begins to fill out hollowed Homeland Security department — but no ICE pick

Schlagwörter: Infrastructure, Cybersecurity, International, Inauguration, Citizenship

Biden nominated Chris Magnus, a onetime Richmond, Calif., police chief, to lead U.S. Customs and Border Protection and Ur Jaddou to head U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

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12.04.21 14:00 One shot of vaccine may be enough for COVID-19 survivors, studies suggest

Schlagwörter: Pfizer-BioNTech, Administration, California’s, Rutherford, SARS-CoV-2

A past coronavirus infection may eliminate the need for a second dose of COVID-19 vaccine, a growing body of evidence suggests.

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12.04.21 12:00 As trial of officer charged with murdering George Floyd transfixes nation, the future of policing is on the line

Schlagwörter: DeGroff-Gunter, Minneapolis, Jones-Brown, Arradondo’s, Department

Do cities defund departments and invest elsewhere, or should the status quo remain? The outcome of the Derek Chauvin trial could be decisive.

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12.04.21 11:00 'You just don't think it will happen to you.' Border Patrol agent delayed vaccination, got COVID-19

Schlagwörter: Malinois-German, California’s, Valentine’s, Protection, California

Amid a new push to vaccinate Homeland Security employees, the wife of a hospitalized Border Patrol agent urges others not to delay COVID-19 shots.

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12.04.21 07:11 For Mexico's president, the future isn't renewable energy — it's coal

Schlagwörter: Inter-American, Minneapolis, Commission, U.S.-based, Ironically

Mexico once embraced renewable energies. Now President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is doubling down on dirty fossil fuels such as coal.

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12.04.21 02:52 Minnesota officer meant to draw Taser, not handgun, says police chief

Schlagwörter: Minneapolis, Immigration, Citizenship, Huntington, Washington

Residents and community activists of Brooklyn Center, a suburb north of Minneapolis, call for justice in the shooting death of Daunte, Wright.

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11.04.21 15:19 Biden solicita un gran aumento del gasto nacional para el próximo ejercicio presupuestario

Schlagwörter: Centroamérica, WASHINGTON, Afganistán, Protección, Ambiental

En la primera entrega de su presupuesto, Biden propone un aumento del 16% en el gasto doméstico, afirmando que programas vitales han sido privados de fondos durante años.

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11.04.21 11:00 McManus: No shot, no service. Why vaccine passports are a good idea

Schlagwörter: QAnon-friendly, Anti-vaccine, California’s, Assemblyman, Testament’s

The drive for vaccine certificates isn't a matter of government overreach by out-of-control Democrats; it's a product of the free-enterprise system.

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11.04.21 02:28 Ramsey Clark, attorney general under President Lyndon B. Johnson, dies at 93

Schlagwörter: Frontiersman, Organization, Vietnam-era, Dallas-born, Philippines

After serving in Johnson's Cabinet, Clark set up a private law practice in New York in which he championed civil rights and fought the death penalty.

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11.04.21 00:49 Shadow of COVID-19 and economic downturn hovers over elections in Ecuador and Peru

Schlagwörter: Venezuelan-style, California’s, Ecuadoreans, Allegations, Ecuadorean

Voters go to the polls in Ecuador and Peru on Sunday in contentious elections shaped by fallout from the pandemic.

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10.04.21 05:47 In 5-4 vote, Supreme Court lifts California's COVID ban on group Bible study in homes

Schlagwörter: California’s, Amendment’s, California, Repeatedly, Washington

Citing religious freedom, Santa Clara County residents objected to state restrictions on Bible study gatherings in homes. The Supreme Court agreed.

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09.04.21 20:41 Biden's border czar, Roberta Jacobson, is stepping down

Schlagwörter: California’s, Development, Republicans, Californian, Jacobson’s

President Biden's border coordinator Roberta Jacobson will step down at the end of the month, as the administration struggles to deal with an increase in migrants at the southern border.

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09.04.21 17:30 Medical examiner who ruled George Floyd's death a homicide points to altercation with police

Schlagwörter: California’s, Minneapolis, University, Chauvin’s, Arradondo

A forensic pathologist says George Floyd died of a lack of oxygen that damaged his brain and caused his heart to stop, bolstering prior testimony.

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09.04.21 16:35 For many Jordanians, official palace line on wayward prince is absurd fairy tale

Schlagwörter: Where_Is_Prince_Hamzah, Palestinian, Frustrated, Jordanians, American’s

The palace insists that Jordan's royal house and the country are in order after the detention of Prince Hamzah. Many are skeptical.

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09.04.21 15:19 Prince Philip's life in photos: The husband of Queen Elizabeth II has died at 99

Schlagwörter: Buckingham, Edinburgh, Elizabeth, Headlines, President

Britain's Prince Philip passed away peacefully at age 99 at Windsor Castle. Here are some images from over the years.

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09.04.21 15:18 Biden requests large boost in domestic spending for the next budget year

Schlagwörter: Environmental, Afghanistan, Alzheimer’s, Pentagon’s, Protection

In the first installment of his budget, Biden proposes a 16% increase in domestic spending, saying vital programs have been starved for years.

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09.04.21 12:00 This doctor escaped Cambodia's killing fields, but she couldn't survive COVID-19

Schlagwörter: Professionals, Disagreement, California’s, Thanksgiving, Pennsylvania

Linath Lim fled the brutal Khmer Rouge regime and became a doctor in Fresno. Amid the pandemic, she treated farmworkers and the poor, until the virus caught up with her.

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09.04.21 11:10 Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth II's husband and closest confidant and advisor, dies at 99

Schlagwörter: Mountbatten’s, Commonwealth, Westminster, Edinburgh’s, Independent

The Duke of Edinburgh, Queen Elizabeth II's husband, was the undisputed master of the British royal household for more than seven decades.

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09.04.21 10:00 Myanmar accelerates toward a civil war of 'unprecedented scale'

Schlagwörter: Humanitarian, Representing, Townspeople, Bangladesh, Tatmadaw’s

Anti-coup demonstrators are abandoning peaceful protest for armed resistance as the deposed civilian government appeals to ethnic rebels to join the fight. The United Nations warns of a 'bloodbath.'

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08.04.21 20:55 Column: The California exodus is a myth. But that doesn't stop the haters

Schlagwörter: COVID-stricken, California’s, Sacramento’s, Californians, Conspiracies

Reports of the state's decline and fall are a cyclical staple. Blame it on envy and partisanship

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08.04.21 19:13 Psychiatric and neurological problems are common in COVID-19's wake, study finds

Schlagwörter: Cervantes-Arslanian, SARS-CoV-2’s, Parkinson’s, COVID-19’s, Psychiatry

One-third of COVID-19 survivors were diagnosed with a psychiatric or neurological condition within six months of being infected with the coronavirus.

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08.04.21 17:30 Space Force acquisitions and technology division will be based in L.A. area

Schlagwörter: Californians, Convention, California, Winklevoss, Readiness

The Los Angeles Air Force Base's Space and Missile Systems Center in El Segundo will become the headquarters of the Space Force's new Space Systems Command.

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