Saturday, May 08, 2021
Focus on the big picture
Laura Coates explains Chauvin prosecutor's mistake: They failed
CNN, 16 Apr 2021
CNN's Laura Coates explains the debate over the carbon monoxide evidence in the Derek Chauvin trial and why she thinks the prosecutors made a mistake.
Today in History for May 8
AP, 08 May 2021
Highlights of this day in history: Allies celebrate the end of World War Two; Indians holding the hamlet of Wounded Knee surrender; Coca-Cola invented.
Dan Bongino sounds off on FBI: Get your heads out of you butt
FOX, 08 May 2021
Fox News contributor discusses low jobs report and intelligence
Chinese woman couldn't find suitable nursing home for elderly parents, so she opened one
SCMP, 08 May 2021
Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: https://sc.mp/subscribe-youtube The world's most populous nation, China, is also a greying society.
Epic v. Apple Will Have Ramifications for Big Tech: Baer & Rie
Bloomberg, 08 May 2021
May.07 -- Brookings Institution Visiting Fellow Bill Baer says that the Epic Games v.
Manitoba tightens COVID-19 restrictions, closing restaurants, patios, gyms, bars | FULL
CA, 08 May 2021
Manitoba is tightening public health orders meant to curb the spread of COVID-19 amid surging case numbers.
U.S. Economy Adds Fewer Jobs Than Expected in April
NBC, 08 May 2021
Economists expected more than a million jobs to be added in April,
Week ahead: Disney results, inflation in focus
Reuters, 08 May 2021
Quarterly results from Disney and Airbnb and the release of U.S. inflation data for April are some of the key potential market-moving events for the week of May 10th.
Ventanas al mundo - El Encuentro
SERTV, 08 May 2021
Press Preview: A first look inside Friday’s newspapers
Sky, 08 May 2021
Sky's Sarah Hewson takes a look at what's making the headlines the director of the Demos think tank, Polly Mackenzie and the PR consultant Alex Deane.
Nicola Sturgeon dares Boris Johnson to stop Scottish independence referendum
ITV, 08 May 2021
Nicola Sturgeon has told ITV News she is feeling "quietly confident"
Seagrove trees dilemma
WMBB, 08 May 2021
Seagrove trees dilemma.
Artist memorialises Beirut blast victims with 204 portraits
AFP, 08 May 2021
Beirut-based American artist Brady Black memorialises the victims of the deadly August 4 port blast with a series of 204 portraits of those killed by the explosion.
England to relax international travel ban
BBC, 08 May 2021
The international travel ban for England is to be gradually lifted from 17th May 2021.
South Africa buries its Zulu queen | Eye on Africa - France 24
FRANCE24, 08 May 2021
On tonight’s show, South Africa’s Zulu queen is laid to rest and her successor announced, Rwanda hopes to step up the fight against COVID-19 by opening the continent’s first vac...
Texas House passes new Republican-backed voting bill
CBS, 08 May 2021
Republican lawmakers in the Texas House of Representatives passed a major election bill after debating with Democrats for hours.
Cat carried away from Scottish polling station
Guardian, 08 May 2021
A cat was carried away from a polling station in Kirkwall, Orkney as people voted in crucial Scottish elections.
Moderna's 'best Covid vaccine' recognition questioned due to data
RT, 08 May 2021
The American Covid vaccine Moderna has been named best jab at the annual World Vaccine Congress in Washington.
'I'm horrified': Community reacts to Matt Gaetz speaking tour
CNN, 08 May 2021
Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) plans to launch a speaking tour alongside Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), beginning at a retirement community in Florida.
How are young indigenous artists honouring their traditions? | The Stream
Al Jazeera, 08 May 2021
In this episode of The Stream, we revisit live performances from some of the most respected indigenous musicians in the world today.
Keir Starmer admits Labour has 'lost connection' to voters
Telegraph, 08 May 2021
Sir Keir Starmer has admitted that Labour has “lost the trust of working people”, as he vowed to reconnect the party with voters.