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CBC points to white supremacy in Capitol attack
AP, 14 Jan 2021
Members of the Congressional Black Caucus said white supremacy was to blame for last week's attack on the U.S. Capitol, and they accused President Donald Trump of inciting the mob violence. (Jan. 13)
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Coronavirus: Tory, Ford tour mass vaccination site and deliver remarks | FULL
CA, 17 Jan 2021
Ontario Premier Doug Ford and Toronto Mayor John Tory toured the province's first mass vaccination site outside a hospital setting on Sunday.
Rep. Jamie Raskin: I'm not losing my son in 2020 and my country in 2021
CNN, 17 Jan 2021
Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD) lost his son to depression in 2020. CNN's Jake Tapper talks with him about having to deal with that tragedy in addition to leading the second impeachmen...
Egyptians use horses to help children
Reuters, 17 Jan 2021
A horse-riding club in Cairo is providing equestrian classes for children who have neurodevelopment conditions.
Caravan of Central American migrants heads toward US border
DW, 17 Jan 2021
Thousands of migrants from central America are gathering in Guatemala for an expected push north towards the United States.
Moscow police in airport ahead of Kremlin critic Navalny's return
AFP, 17 Jan 2021
Images show a heavy police presence in Moscow's Vnukovo airport, where leading Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny is due to return from Germany, where he has spent months recovering ...
Rick Scott: Taxpayers shouldn't have to bail out blue states
FOX, 17 Jan 2021
Florida Republican Senator Rick Scott joins "Fox & Friends" to discuss Biden's proposed stimulus plan.
Italy faces political crisis in COVID-19 fight
Al Jazeera, 17 Jan 2021
Italy is facing a political crisis at a critical moment in its fight against coronavirus.
Today in History for January 17th
AP, 17 Jan 2021
Highlights of Today in History: Benjamin Franklin is born; Soviet and Polish forces liberate Warsaw; Eisenhower gives his Farewell Address; Japan earthquake; Al Capone is born; ...
Hundreds of college students left stranded in Shijiazhuang
CGTN, 17 Jan 2021
For more: https://www.cgtn.com/video Hundreds of college students were left stranded in Shijiazhuang when the city's outbound traffic was restricted earlier this month.
Every UK adult to be offered first dose of vaccine by September, says Raab
Guardian, 17 Jan 2021
The foreign secretary has said that every adult in the UK will be offered a first dose of a coronavirus vaccine by September.
Glenn Greenwald to RT | Biden administration predictions
RT, 17 Jan 2021
America, Joe Biden says, “is back.” Beyond the sloganeering, journalist Glenn Greenwald reckons that means “militarism, imperialism, and corporatism,” he told RT’s Chris Hedges.
Troops pour into Washington DC as capital braces for unrest ahead of Joe Biden's inauguration
Telegraph, 17 Jan 2021
Security continued to be strengthened around Washington, D.C. on Saturday as tensions run high of possible threats ahead of the January 20 inauguration of President-elect Joe Bi...
The man startling millions of starlings with lasers
BBC, 17 Jan 2021
Winter in Rome means starling season, when between one and four million of the birds gather in the Italian capital on their migration from Europe to Africa.
COVID-19: Remote learning holding pupils back
Sky, 17 Jan 2021
Half of children from disadvantaged backgrounds fear they'll miss out on the grades they deserve as a result of learning from home.
Hong Kong wheelchair climber Lai Chi-wai attempts to scale 320-meter skyscraper
SCMP, 17 Jan 2021
Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: https://sc.mp/subscribe-youtube Lai Chi-wai was once one of the world’s best climbers, until a traffic accident left him a parapl...
Washington and cities across the US brace for violence ahead of inauguration
FRANCE24, 17 Jan 2021
Ten days after rioters breached the U.S. Capitol in a deadly attack that stunned the world, cities nationwide were girding for a potential new wave of violent protests over the ...
Nightly News Full Broadcast (January 16th)
NBC, 17 Jan 2021
More than 100 individuals involved in Capitol riots arrested,
Climate scientists sound the alarm on a climate "tipping point"
CBS, 17 Jan 2021
President-elect Joe Biden has promised to rejoin the Paris Agreement and to implement policy addressing climate change.
Airports warn could close permanently without financial support
ITV, 17 Jan 2021
Britain's aviation industry is warning that airports, as well
Gen. Jonathan Vance reflects on time as Canada's longest-serving top military commander
CA, 17 Jan 2021
‘The West Block’ host Mercedes Stephenson speaks to former Chief of the Defence Staff General Jonathan Vance just before his final day as commander of the Canadian Armed Forces.