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Crónica de una Barcelona en el agosto de la Covid

Gràcia debía volver a ser esta semana una marea humana –para muchos, excesiva– con su popularísima fiesta mayor, la multitudinaria cita de cada agosto en Barcelona. Las calles engalanadas, las cenas populares, las orquestas, el jolgorio... Pero...
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Biden's secretary of state pick praised by Bernie Sanders' advisers
Two advisers close to Sen. Bernie Sanders have taken to Twitter to praise President-elect Joe Biden's secretary of state pick, Antony Blinken, following the administration's official announcement on Monday.
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Here's what resources Biden's team gets now that the formal transition is underway
When the General Services Administration informed President-elect Joe Biden on Monday that the Trump administration is ready to begin the formal transition process, it released a slew of resources for his team to access in the coming weeks, including nearly $6.3 million.
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Janice Dean blasts Cuomo over Emmy Award: 'It's so insulting ... there are no words for it'
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo accepting a special Emmy Award for his televised briefings during the coronavirus pandemic is "so insulting" to people who lost loved ones from the virus, Fox News senior meterologist Janice Dean told "The Story" Monday.
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'Remember the Titans' School to be Renamed, Replacing Segregationist Name
The movie was made for Disney, but some underlying truths about the school district got wiped away Monday night.
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NY Dems busted at packed indoor birthday party without masks, here's how they reacted when caught
High-profile Brooklyn Democrats came under fire last week for attending a birthday party at which many of the attendees were neither wearing a mask nor social distancing. Yet when news broke of the COVID rule-breaking party, many of them reacted with a shrug, while some came off as annoyed that it had made news in the first place.
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'I'm exaggerating a bit': Giuliani's voter fraud admission
CNN's John Berman and SE Cupp discuss Rudy Giuliani admitting to "exaggerating a little" while reviewing the Trump campaign's claims of voter fraud during a Fox Business interview.
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Long lines at new Colorado In-N-Out spark wild pantless fight
These customers can’t wait for their double-doubles. The enthusiasm at one of Colorado’s new In-N-Out burger locations sparked a pantless fight amid a 14-hour wait for the popular grub. The wild scene unfolded in Aurora on Friday — one of two Colorado cities to open outposts of the California-based burger chain that day. In a video...
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England cuts traveler quarantine period to five days
England is drastically reducing its 14-day quarantine period for people arriving from most destinations in a move that will potentially throw open the doors for British people wanting to take foreign vacations.
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5 takeaways from Biden's first wave of nominations and appointments
• Biden to pick Janet Yellen for Treasury secretary • Biden nominates first woman to lead intelligence • Biden picks loyal lieutenant to lead mission to restore US reputation on world stage
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Clippers might try to pull off trade with free-agency options limited
The Clippers might have to turn to trades now to revamp their roster, with Patrick Beverley, Ivica Zubac and Lou Williams potentially on the block.
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Starbucks ‘snickerdoodle cold brew’ how-to video goes viral, wins fans
’Tis the season for snickerdoodles at the coffee chain.
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Solange ‘happily booed up’ with boyfriend Gio Escobar
“She’s super happy and they’re a happy couple. They’re very cute together."
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Fantasy football: Taysom Hill’s value falls without ‘cheat code’
Life wouldn’t be as interesting without some curveballs every once in a while. Saints coach Sean Payton threw one such curve to the NFL community last week when he tapped Taysom Hill to replace the injured Drew Brees. Hill hadn’t made a start at QB since his BYU days. The Saints signed Jameis Winston in...
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Mike McCarthy smashed watermelons with sledgehammer to fire up Cowboys
Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy really smashed home his expectations ahead of Sunday’s win in Minnesota.
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Texas high school opens grocery for students, accepts good deeds as payment
At a grocery store to help students, staff and their families inside of Linda Tutt High School in Sanger, Texas – you don’t pay with money but good deeds such as cleaning around the school building.
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Michigan County Board Supports Impeaching Democratic Governor Whitmer
Members of the Kalkaska County, Michigan Board of Commissioners plan on sending a resolution calling for Governor Gretchen Whitmer's impeachment to the state legislature.
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All-black officiating crew works NFL game for first time
TAMPA, Fla. — An all-black officiating crew worked an NFL game for the first time in league history when the Los Angeles Rams faced the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday night. Referee Jerome Boger led the crew, which also included umpire Barry Anderson, down judge Julian Mapp, line judge Carl Johnson, side judge Dale Shaw,...
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‘I Love New York Reunited’ on VH1: The Highs (and Lows) of The Epic Tiffany Pollard Reunion Special
It's always an emotional journey when New York is in the motherf---ing house.
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Family files suit over Publix employee's death. It says company failed to protect him from Covid-19
The family of a Publix employee who died from coronavirus complications has filed a wrongful death lawsuit that claims the grocery store chain refused to allow employees to wear masks at the time he became sick.
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Florida's dark money mystery
The campaign of a spoiler candidate appeared to help a Republican win a Florida Senate seat by 32 votes. Although the ghost candidate was billed as a liberal, a group of Republicans was supporting him behind the scenes. Drew Griffin reports.
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High-ranking NYPD cop probed for racist remarks transferred to transit
An NYPD officer who was relieved of his high-ranking post after a City Council probe found he’d posted a stream of racist remarks on an online message board has since been transferred to the transit bureau, The Post has learned. James Francis Kobel — the former commanding officer of the NYPD’s Office of Equal Employment...
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Ethiopian refugees flee country to avoid fighting in Tigray province
The ongoing conflict is reported to have killed hundreds of people and forced thousands more to flee into neighboring Sudan.        
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Alexandria City Public Schools switches back to online learning until early 2021
Just six students in the Northern Virginia school system had started learning in-person.
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China’s Cainiao Is Revolutionizing How Goods Get Delivered. Will the Rest of the World Follow Its Rules?
Could this be the first time that a Chinese firm truly writes global rules?
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Rush Limbaugh, Michigan, GSA Hammer Nails Into Coffin of Trump's Election Fraud Claims
Trump needed to flip at least three states to pull his current Electoral College total past the winning line, but his path to victory has narrowed to virtually non-existent.
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5 takeaways from Biden's first wave of nominations and appointments
President-elect Joe Biden's administration is rounding into shape after his transition team on Monday unveiled a series of Cabinet nominations and top White House staffing moves.
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Jennifer Lopez called out by Beyoncé fans after AMAs performance
Jennifer Lopez is being criticized by fans who claim she ripped off Beyoncé in her performance at the 2020 American Music Awards.
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NFL expands mask mandate, threatens to discipline violators
The NFL has expanded its mandate for mask usage on the sideline and is threatening discipline for those who violate the league's updated COVID-19 protocols.
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Coach Anthony Lynn lays it on line after Chargers ran into Jets' brick wall
Chargers coach Anthony Lynn admits the Jets defense won the trenches and kept hjis team from establishing any kind of rushing attack.
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Did the Clippers want Montrezl Harrell? 'Apparently not,' the new Laker says
The NBA's reigning sixth man of the year and new member of the Lakers suggests the Clippers would have done more if they really wanted to keep him.
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Colin Kaepernick says he's ready to return to NFL
Former quarterback Colin Kaepernick hasn’t played in an NFL game since 2016, but he is still working hard to try and get back into the league.
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PFL champion Emiliano Sordi used $1 million prize to feed people in Argentina struggling in pandemic
How PFL champion Emiliano Sordi used his $1 million prize to help people in Argentina.        Related StoriesPFL champion Emiliano Sordi used $1 million prize to feed people in Argentina struggling in pandemic - EnclosureHablemos MMA #18: Entrevista con Emiliano Sordi, resumen de UFC 255, Bellator 253, noticias, y másDanny Chavez vs. Jared Gordon set for UFC Fight Night on Feb. 20 
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Miami hospital preparing for COVID-19 vaccine distribution
CBS News was granted rare access into Jackson Memorial Hospital's COVID-19 ward and the extremely cold freezer where the coronavirus vaccine will be stored.
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Joe Douglas has to nail the tricky part of Jets’ rebuild
You have to wonder what opposing coaches are thinking when they start scouting the Jets before they face them. Usually, coaches would go through a team’s strengths, what they need to take away from a team, what players they need to be worried about. With the Jets, that could lead to a lot of silence....
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What Biden's new security and diplomatic team can do for America
Joe Biden's choice of Antony Blinken as Secretary of State, Jake Sullivan as National Security Adviser and Avril Haines as Director of National Intelligence can help restore America's standing in the world and bring back sanity to US diplomacy, writes David Andelman.
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Oxford's Defining Words Of 2020: 'Blursday,' 'Systemic Racism' And Yes, 'Pandemic'
Too much happened in 2020 for Oxford Languages to choose a single word of the year. So they opted for dozens.
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Rand Paul says DC US Attorney won't investigate RNC protestors who confronted him at
Paul was one of several RNC attendees who were confronted by protestors after the event in August.
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Connecticut Huskies women's basketball team suspends activities due to positive COVID-19 test
The Connecticut women's basketball team has suspended activities after a member of the program tested positive for COVID-19.        
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Kayaking and cat therapy on a Santa Barbara getaway by train
Going away but staying close soothed the mind after months of staying home
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A dark money mystery in Florida centers on the campaign of a spoiler candidate who appeared to help a Republican win by 32 votes
A dark money mystery in Florida centers on the campaign of a spoiler candidate who helped a Republican win by 32 votes.
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Speaker Corey Johnson’s cat ‘Mousse’ has been found
It was the purr-fect ending for Corey Johnson. Johnson’s cat “Mousse” was back in his arms Monday night after the feline went missing in Brooklyn earlier in the day. “WE FOUND MOUSSE! THANK YOU FOR ALL OF YOUR HELP AND CONCERN! I’VE BEEN SHAKING ALL EVENING BUT AM SO RELIEVED AND GRATEFUL!” the speaker tweeted...
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Woman gives suitcases to foster kids who keep their things in trash bags
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Man found fatally shot at large party
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Nonprofits need support during unstable time
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Firefighters, mayor make plea to community
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Jim Acosta Says WH Officials First Heard About Trump Accepting Transition on CNN
"They are learning this for the first time on CNN," CNN's Chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta said on Monday after President Donald Trump tweeted in approval of an official letter sent to President-elect Joe Biden that declared him the "apparent president-elect."
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Rittenhouse attorney says judge granted request to be allowed on case
A California-based who represents Kyle Rittenhouse, the Illinois teen charged with killing two people and wounded a third during a summer protest in Kenosha, Wis., said Monday that a judge will allow him to appear in court on behalf of his client. 
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