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How Britain failed to stop the second wave of COVID-19
HALIFAX, England, Nov 24 &8211; On the doorstep of a terraced house in northern England, virus hunter Colin Hutchinson came face-to-face with the new wave of COVID-19 and the obstacles to slowing its spread. A retired surgeon, Hutchinson is part of a local team of "contact tracers" in Halifax, Yorkshire, ...
2 minutes ago
New York Post
How Britain failed to stop the second wave of COVID-19
'Glee' alum Amber Riley engaged to boyfriend Desean Black
"I did what any wise man would do and put a ring – on it," he said.
5 minutes ago
New York Post
'Glee' alum Amber Riley engaged to boyfriend Desean Black
De Blasio's reason for failing to stop huge Hasidic wedding: 'It's a big city'
Clueless Mayor Bill de Blasio on Tuesday dismissed the fact that the city incredibly failed to pick up on Hasidic wedding attended by thousands amid COVID-19 this month " scoffing to a reporter, "It's a big city." De Blasio spouted the tone-deaf brush-off even after he acknowledged just how dangerous ...
8 minutes ago
New York Post
De Blasio's reason for failing to stop huge Hasidic wedding: 'It's a big city'
Mother shot dead in front of her two children in Colombia
Shocking video footage shows a mom being shot to death in Colombia in front of her two young children. The clip shared by The Sun shows a gunman in a white top and red cap running up to María Cristina Calle as she walked with two children in Cali &8212; shooting her as she backed...
8 minutes ago
New York Post
Mother shot dead in front of her two children in Colombia
Swiss doctors asking patients over 60 to sign DNRs to free up ICU beds
Swiss doctors have asked all over 60s and heart patients to sign "do not resuscitate" forms to free up intensive care beds. The call comes as the country is facing a second coronavirus wave that has seen a surge of infections in recent weeks. Switzerland has seen cases rise from 100,000 a few weeks ago...
8 minutes ago
New York Post
Swiss doctors asking patients over 60 to sign DNRs to free up ICU beds
Twitter will now warn users if they try to like a 'misleading' tweet
Twitter is doubling down on stopping the spread of misinformation following the US Presidential election, adding even more hurdles to stop misleading tweets from going viral. The social network said Tuesday that it would begin taking users who attempt to hit the like button on a flagged tweet to a screen ...
9 minutes ago
New York Post
Twitter will now warn users if they try to like a 'misleading' tweet
David Dinkins, New York City's Only Black Mayor, Dead At 93
Dinkins was a kind and dignified man who referred to the city's diverse population as the "gorgeous mosaic" and he had a soft spot in his heart for children.
27 minutes ago
CBS New York
David Dinkins, New York City's Only Black Mayor, Dead At 93
How de Blasio Backed Himself Into a Corner on Closing Schools
He says that he has celebrated educators more than any mayor in the last 20 years, but Bill de Blasio has taken heat from all sides about school policy during the pandemic.
31 minutes ago
New York Times
How de Blasio Backed Himself Into a Corner on Closing Schools
David N. Dinkins, New York's First Black Mayor, Dies at 93
Mr. Dinkins, who served in the early 1990s, was seen as a compromise selection for voters weary of racial unrest, crime and fiscal turmoil. The racial harmony he sought remained elusive during his years in office.
38 minutes ago
New York Times
David N. Dinkins, New York's First Black Mayor, Dies at 93
Local Leaders And Luminaries Mourn Passing Of David Dinkins, A 'Truly Great Man'
Dinkins died Monday at the age of 93. He was New York City's first -- and to date only -- Black mayor. 
55 minutes ago
CBS New York
Local Leaders And Luminaries Mourn Passing Of David Dinkins, A 'Truly Great Man'
COVID In NYC: Staten Island Reopens Coronavirus Field Hospital Not Used Since Peak Of Pandemic
The extra preparation comes as the northern part of the borough enters the yellow zone and the southern area is considered an orange zone.
1 hour ago
CBS New York
COVID In NYC: Staten Island Reopens Coronavirus Field Hospital Not Used Since Peak Of Pandemic
Bronx Produce Market Busy Distributing Food To Supermarkets And Restaurants Ahead Of Thanksgiving
Almost everything New Yorkers eat this holiday -- except the turkey -- will come from this Bronx market.
1 hour ago
CBS New York
Bronx Produce Market Busy Distributing Food To Supermarkets And Restaurants Ahead Of Thanksgiving
Firefighters Battle 3-Alarm Blaze At Upper West Side Apartment Building
Flames broke out around 10:45 a.m. at an apartment building on West 75th Street near Columbus Avenue. 
1 hour ago
CBS New York
Firefighters Battle 3-Alarm Blaze At Upper West Side Apartment Building
Pennsylvania Certifies 2020 Results, Awarding 20 Electoral Votes To Joe Biden
Gov. Tom Wolf has signed a certificate of ascertainment to show the slate of electors for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris after Pennsylvania certified its election results Tuesday.
1 hour ago
CBS New York
Pennsylvania Certifies 2020 Results, Awarding 20 Electoral Votes To Joe Biden
Pandemic's Fiscal Toll on New York City: 5 Takeaways
The city is already facing a nearly $4 billion budget gap next year, as recovery efforts from the coronavirus are hampered by evidence of a second wave.
3 hours ago
New York Times
Pandemic's Fiscal Toll on New York City: 5 Takeaways
Giuliani, Once a Foe, Is Among First to Commemorate David Dinkins
Rudolph Giuliani said on Twitter that Mr. Dinkins, his predecessor as New York City's mayor, had given "a great deal of his life in service to our great City."
7 hours ago
New York Times
Giuliani, Once a Foe, Is Among First to Commemorate David Dinkins
Coronavirus in N.Y.: Latest Updates
Upper Manhattan and the southern part of Staten Island face stricter restrictions as officials battle a second wave of the outbreak. 
7 hours ago
New York Times
Coronavirus in N.Y.: Latest Updates
Emergency Hospital Reopening on Staten Island to Handle 2nd Wave
In a move that recalls the pandemic's peak in the spring, the hospital is reopening to handle a surge of coronavirus patients in the borough.
14 hours ago
New York Times
Emergency Hospital Reopening on Staten Island to Handle 2nd Wave
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