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68 Spanish hospital workers test positive for COVID-19 after Christmas party

A total of 68 doctors and nurses who work at a Spanish hospital have tested positive for COVID-19 since attending a massive Christmas party last week, officials said Monday.
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Los Angeles Rams vs. Arizona Cardinals NFC Wild Card betting odds, lines, trends
In this year's Wild Card Round of the NFC playoffs, the Arizona Cardinals are underdogs, but by less than a touchdown, versus the Los Angeles Rams.
Phoenix Suns vs. San Antonio Spurs NBA betting odds, lines, trends
The Phoenix Suns are favored (-5) to build on a three-game winning streak when they visit the San Antonio Spurs.
Fourth vaccine dose boosts antibodies, researchers say, but likely not enough to prevent Omicron breakthrough infections
Early data out of Israel suggests that a fourth dose of either the Pfizer/BioNTech or Moderna coronavirus vaccine can bring an increase in antibodies -- more than what's been seen after a third dose -- but it still might not be enough to protect against breakthrough infections caused by the Omicron variant.
Parents of worker killed in tornado that hit Amazon facility are suing the company for wrongful death
The parents of Austin McEwen, one of the six victims killed after a tornado pummeled an Amazon warehouse in Edwardsville, Illinois, last month, said Monday during a press conference that they are suing Amazon over the alleged wrongful death of their son.
Novak Djokovic could face similar troubles at French Open after new vaccine legislation
Novak Djokovic’s hopes of earning his record 21st Grand Slam title and extending his record at the Australian Open came to a disastrous end when he was deported from the country on Sunday but the World No. 1 stands to lose more as French officials announced similar travel restrictions that could impact his participation at Roland Garros later this year.
Rupert Grint talks ‘tricky’ relationship with ‘auntie’ J.K. Rowling
"I liken J.K. Rowling to an auntie...I don't necessarily agree with everything my auntie says, but she's still my auntie," the actor explained.
Inventive New Jersey siblings prove that good ideas can come at any age
Justin Verlander jokes about coordinating outfits with wife Kate Upton
Justin Verlander made it clear Sunday who the true fashion maven is in his household.
Head of New York university system officially resigns after texts about Cuomo's accuser uncovered
The former head of New York State's university system officially left office last week after authorities released evidence as part of an investigation into former Gov. Andrew Cuomo that revealed text messages about a former aide who accused the governor of creating a toxic workplace.
Life and legacy of WWII vet remembered
Kristi Noem's former adviser accuses governor of 'gaslighting' with new ad on women's sports
Caroline Thorman Woods alleged that her former boss, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem, is gaslighting the public with a new ad that claims she always fought for women's sports.
Senators meet with Ukraine’s president, reaffirm US support amid Russia tensions
A bipartisan group of senators met with President Volodymyr Zelensky and other Ukraine government officials Monday to reaffirm US support amid a military standoff with Russia.
MLK's son critical of stalled voting legislation
On the national observance of Martin Luther King Junior's birthday, his eldest son called out the Senate for its failure so far to pass voting rights legislation. (Jan. 17)
Hoax Grace Kelly mansion in NYC sells for $25M
A Manhattan mansion famous for being lived in by Grace Kelly -- despite no supporting evidence of the fact -- has finally sold for $25 million.
Six-figure Biden donor claims 'nobody cares' about ongoing Uyghur genocide
Golden State Warriors part-owner Chamath Palihapitiya made headlines on Monday when he claimed that "nobody cares" about the Chinese Communist Party-sponsored (CCP) genocide that has been recognized as such by several national governments.
Assistant attorney general: "Voting discrimination is alive and well"
Assistant Attorney General Kristen Clarke, the first Black woman to run the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division, says voting rights is a top priority.
Coast Guard rescues trapped duck hunters near Cape Cod
The U.S. Coast Guard’s Air Station in Cape Cod posted about the rescue on Facebook, which occurred on Jan. 15.
Cowboys and 49ers fans pummel each other in wild playoff brawl
Looks like bottles weren't the only things thrown after the Cowboys lost to the 49ers on Sunday in a wild-card matchup.
NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover runs into another snag: pebbles
NASA's Perseverance Mars rover has run into another snag on its mission to find evidence of ancient microbial life.
As pandemic divides rich and poor, advocates renew calls for billionaires' tax
The ten richest men in the world have doubled their fortunes during the COVID-19 pandemic, a report published Monday by the advocacy group Oxfam said.
Sudanese forces kill at least seven during anti-coup protests, medics say
At least seven protesters were shot dead by Sudanese security forces on Monday during anti-coup rallies in the capital Khartoum, according to the civilian-allied Sudanese Central Doctors Committee (SCDC).
What Time Will ‘How I Met Your Father’ Be on Hulu?
Be sure to salute this Major Premiere.
Arizonans sound off on Kyrsten Sinema, opposition to filibuster reform
Arizonans largely told Fox News they support Sen. Kyrsten Sinema.
Vikings DB Patrick Peterson defends QB Kirk Cousins
Patrick Peterson may have been with the Minnesota Vikings for just one season, but that is apparently more than enough time for him to form a positive opinion of Vikes QB Kirk Cousins.
I buy lost stuff from airports — including over $55K worth of designer goods
A woman has revealed how she buys pallets of delivery items that have been lost and now her wardrobe is crammed with designer gear. YouTuber HopeScope managed to get Gucci shoes, a Louis Vuitton bag, four Hermes necklaces AND some Yeezy sliders in one mystery box. In a video which has over a million views, she...
World's 10 Richest Men Got Richer During Pandemic, Worth Combined $1.5 Trillion: Report
A new report by Oxfam is highlighting major wealth inequality between billionaires and the rest of the world.
Loudoun County schools will weigh in on school mask requirement this week, superintendent says
Other Northern Virginia school systems — in Arlington County, Fairfax County and Alexandria — have said they will continue to require masks, although most also said they were reviewing Youngkin’s (R) order.
NFL to honor Martin Luther King Jr during NFC wild-card playoff game
The NFL announced Monday the league will honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during the NFC wild-card playoff game between the Los Angeles Rams and Arizona Cardinals.
Airlines ask Biden administration for more 5G protections to avoid ‘catastrophic disruptions’
A letter calling for the action was signed by CEOs of Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, American Airlines, FedEx and UPS’ airline units, among others, as well as the head of A4A.
Major winter storm brings heavy snow to Northeast
Over a foot of snow could be in store for some in the interior Northeast as the storm moves east.
Knicks hear Garden boos in matinee stinker vs. Hornets
It was a stinker of the first order in a 97-87 loss to the improved Hornets as the Knicks trailed by 18 points at halftime and never made a run.
Virginia man arrested in ‘abduction’ of missing store clerk Ahreal Smith last seen taking out trash after work
Virginia police have arrested a 50-year-old man in connection with the suspicious disappearance of a 28-year-old woman who vanished last week minutes after the end of her shift at work.
Miles Bridges scores 38, Hornets beat Knicks without LaMelo Ball
Miles Bridges scored a career-high 38 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, leading the Charlotte Hornets to a 97-87 victory over the New York Knicks on Monday.
Baltimore prosecutor charged with perjury begs church congregation for ‘prayers’
State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby spoke to the congregation of Empowerment Temple AME church as congregants formed a prayer circle around her.
Joss Whedon Breaks His Silence to Slam Everyone From His Mother to Gal Gadot
Danny Moloshok/ReutersJoss Whedon thinks he’s one of the nicest showrunners who ever lived.That’s what he told a writer for New York magazine, anyway. In a profile published Monday, the disgraced filmmaker and showrunner broke his silence for the first time on the alleged misconduct that took place everywhere from the writers’ room to the bedroom.Whedon was a man too big and beloved to fail—a “guru on the hill,” according to one Buffy the Vampire Slayer writer. He was lionized by fans and beloved by critics through the Buffy era and well into his time as a maker of blockbuster superhero flicks like Marvel’s The Avengers in 2012 and DC’s Justice League in 2017. That same year, however, would prove to be the beginning of the end.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Jayson Tatum scores 27, Celtics rally past Pelicans 104-92
Jayson Tatum scored 27 points and the Boston Celtics erased an 18-point first-half deficit with a 104-92 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans on Monday.
7 senators meet with Ukraine president as Russian troops amass on border
Seven bipartisan senators are in Ukraine to meet with President Zelenskyy and officials to reaffirm the U.S.' commitment to Ukraine as Russian troops amass at the border.
Liberal media scolds Youngkin for fulfilling campaign promise to end mask mandates in schools
Journalists and pundits have scolded newly sworn-in Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin for issuing an executive order allowing parents to choose whether their child wears a mask in school or not.
BBC Funding Frozen for 2 Years as Cabinet Minister Attacks Public Fee
The license fee on TV owners makes up three-quarters of the British broadcaster’s income and is guaranteed until 2027.
Civil Rights Leaders Mark MLK Day With Rage at Sinema, Manchin
ELIZABETH FRANTZThis year’s annual celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and work turned into a political name-and-shame-fest Monday—focused solely on Congress’ failure to pass substantive voting rights reforms.The MLK family last month began a messaging campaign around the holiday, saying there can be no true celebration of his life without legislation to defend the equality he fought for. On Monday, they gathered for a march across Washington, D.C.’s Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge, trudging through icy weather following overnight snow in the city.Martin Luther King III, his wife Arndrea Waters King and their daughter Yolanda Renee King spoke following the march, calling on Congress to enact substantive voting legislation, with a particular duo of lawmakers in mind.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Youngkin to address General Assembly, set priorities for session as partisan clouds gather
Youngkin has said he will work for all Virginians, but also made clear he believes he has a conservative mandate.
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Winsome Sears rips critical race theory: 'Our children are not learning' in school
Virginia Lt. Gov. Winsome Sears said that the left is using “semantics” when denying that critical race theory was being taught in Virginia public schools.
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Democrats are being dragged down by their discontent
The party needs bigger numbers to make Manchin and Sinema irrelevant, but that's a hard sell.
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Exclusive – Amanda Adkins: Americans are Frustrated at the Lack of Strategy, Planning by the Biden Administration
Amanda Adkins, a Republican candidate in Kansas' Third Congressional District looking to unseat Democrat Rep. Sharice Davids (D-KS), told Breitbart News Saturday on SiriusXM that Americans are frustrated by the lack of strategy and planning by President Joe Biden's administration.
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Women report being secretly tracked by Apple AirTags
Sports Illustrated model Brooks Nader is one of several women who claim they were being tracked by an Apple AirTag.
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Joss Whedon denies Gal Gadot’s allegations: ‘English is not her first language’
"Justice League" director Joss Whedon is denying the viral allegations of on-set misconduct by the film's stars Ray Fisher and Gal Gadot.
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'Harder They Fall,' 'King Richard' take honors at African American Film Critics Awards
'King Richard' and 'The Harder They Fall' win eight of the 13 categories at the 13th African American Film Critics Assn. Awards.
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Father of slain UCLA grad student blames politicians for crime spike
The shattered father of a UCLA graduate student stabbed to death in a random attack last week blamed politicians for letting criminals run rampant on the streets.
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