Monday, Apr 12, 2021
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CrossTalk Bullhorns | Home Edition | Reset for whom?
RT, 22 Mar 2021
Take your pick: The Great Reset or Build Back Better. Both sound nice, but what do they mean? Is neoliberalism mutating? Reset for whom? Better for whom? Do the people have a say in any of this?
CrossTalking with Glenn Diesen and George Szamuely.
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More royal family members speak of Prince Philip’s qualities ahead of funeral
CA, 12 Apr 2021
Several members of the royal family attended a service in Windsor for the late Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, ahead of his ceremonial funeral on April 17.
Hideki Matsuyama reflects after his 2021 Masters win
CBS, 12 Apr 2021
Hideki Matsuyama became the first male Japanese golfer to win the Masters on Sunday.
Japan's Matsuyama makes history as Masters champ
Reuters, 12 Apr 2021
Hideki Matsuyama overcame a potentially ruinous moment to become the first Japanese man to win a major championship with a one-shot Masters victory over Will Zalatoris at August...
Shocking Footage Shows Army Lt. Pepper-Sprayed During Traffic Stop
NBC, 12 Apr 2021
Army Lt. Caron Nazario was dressed in uniform when he was pulled over by two Virginia police officers in December.
Man kills self after standoff at Honolulu hotel
AP, 12 Apr 2021
A standoff between Honolulu police and an armed man at a luxury resort ended when the man was found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, local media reported Sunday.
Our royal team on Prince Philip's life, legacy and how he will be remembered
ITV, 12 Apr 2021
This is The Royal Rota - our weekly podcast about the royal family, with ITV News Royal Editor Chris Ship and Producer Lizzie Robinson.
'Michigan needs to be shut down': Doctor on Covid-19 surge
CNN, 12 Apr 2021
CNN's Jim Acosta talks with Dr. Jonathan Reiner of George Washington University about the coronavirus surge Michigan is experiencing, and Texas governor Greg Abbott's claim that...
Vote count starts as polls close in Ecuador presidential runoff
AFP, 12 Apr 2021
Polling station workers start counting votes after the close of polls in Ecuador's presidential runoff, as opinion polls have the two contenders, economist Andres Arauz and ex-b...
Press Preview: A first look at Monday's newspaper headlines
Sky, 12 Apr 2021
Sky's Jonathan Samuels looks at the headlines making the nation's newspapers with the New Statesman's political editor Stephen Bush - and the Spectator's economics correspondent...
'I should've been more clear': Buttigieg responds to infrastructure opposition
FOX, 12 Apr 2021
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg maintains President Biden's $2.25 trillion infrastructure spending proposal is necessary for job creation.
India suffers record new Covid cases with some hospitals overwhelmed
BBC, 12 Apr 2021
In India a second wave of Covid has led to a record level of new cases, with more than 150,000 infections registered in a single day.
The Mother of All Talkshows with George Galloway - Episode 95
RT, 12 Apr 2021
GEORGE GALLOWAY | And the Mother Of All Talk Shows. Tonight 7pm-10pm London time. Unmissable.
St Vincent volcano: New ‘explosive event’ causes power cuts
Al Jazeera, 12 Apr 2021
The La Soufriere volcano on the Caribbean island of St Vincent and the Grenadines has had a new “explosive event”.
Restoring Notre-Dame Cathedral: Specialists tackle famous stained-glass windows
FRANCE24, 12 Apr 2021
Two years after a devastating blaze ripped through Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, specialists are examining the cathedral's famous centuries-old stained-glass windows ahead of t...
Flor Mizrachi Pregunta: Juan Pablo Torres, especialista en vacunas
Telemetro, 12 Apr 2021
Juan Pablo Torres, pediatra, infectólogo, especialista en vacunas
Rivals vying to succeed Angela Merkel square off in Germany
DW, 12 Apr 2021
In Germany, a two-man contest is shaping up to succeed Angela Merkel as Chancellor.
Countess of Wessex on Prince Philip's final moments: 'Somebody took him by the hand and off he went'
Telegraph, 11 Apr 2021
Sophie, Countess of Wessex has described the Duke of Edinburgh's final moments as "peaceful".
Jingjing's vlog: What's it like to plant corals in South China Sea?
CGTN, 11 Apr 2021
For more: https://news.cgtn.com/news/2021-04-11/Jingjing-s-vlog-What-s-it-like-to-plant-corals-in-South-China-Sea--ZnHP2YoE5G/index.html As part of the "Tides of Change" livestr...
Diálogo Nacional por la Caja de Seguro Social | Polígrafo
ECO, 11 Apr 2021
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Chipola basketball teams win state championship
WMBB, 11 Apr 2021
Chipola basketball teams win state championship.