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Jul 23 2021
Hundreds of protesters marched through Tokyo on Friday toward the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games — chanting for organizers to “go to hell” for holding the event despite the pandemic, videos show.
Just an hour before the Games started, a mass of people had gathered in Harajuku, the main shopping district in Tokyo, with police shutting down a major roadway as the marchers set off,New York Post (News)
Nov 29 2019
U.S. consumers splurged more than $2 billion online in the first hours of Thanksgiving shopping on Thursday, while crowds were largely thin at retailers on the eve of Black Friday, reflecting the broader trend away from shopping at brick-and-mortar stores.
Early discounts offered this month by chains seeking to extend this year’s shorter holiday season saw a dip in the numbers lining upReuters
Feb 09 2022
New York State Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) will end the controversial mask mandate on Thursday, according to a report in the New York Times.
While the science of coronavirus transmission has not changed since the beginning of the pandemic, Hochul will announce an end to the restriction on Wednesday with implementation occurring the day after, the Times reported.
New York State joinsBreitbart News
Sep 27 2021
Widening power shortages in China have halted production at numerous factories including many supplying Apple and Tesla, while some shops in the northeast operated by candlelight and malls shut early as the economic toll of the squeeze mounted.
China is in the grip of a power crunch as a shortage of coal supplies, toughening emissions standards and strong demand from manufacturers andReuters
Nov 21 2020
LaTonya Story is every retailer’s worst fear.
With the viral pandemic re-surging through the country and the economy under threat, Story has decided to slash her holiday shopping budget. She'll spend less than $2,000 this season, down from several thousand dollars in 2019. Worried about entering stores, she's buying gifts online and going out only for groceries.
“I want to beFox News (Online News)
Jun 02 2021
President Biden is turning to Black-owned barbershops and beauty salons as part of his administration’s vaccination outreach effort as he strives to reach his Fourth of July goal to get Americans vaccinated.
The president announced the “Shots at the Shop” initiative during Wednesday remarks, which will recruit barbershops and salons to mobilize their communities to get vaccinationsThe Hill
Nov 19 2021
The Food and Drug Administration on Friday approved COVID-19 booster shots from Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna for all adults, opening a new chapter in the vaccine rollout and allowing the Biden administration to catch up to states that advised residents to seek an extra dose regardless of eligibility.
Senior regulators said they want to act quickly to backfill waning immunity andWashington Times
Dec 24 2021
“Why are these Christmas songs so sad?”
The question came from a little girl named Hazel. She’d been raised in a different Christian tradition, with drums, guitars, and applause. But that Sunday of Advent, she was sitting with her dad in a small Catholic church among the California redwoods outside Santa Cruz.
O come, o come, Emanuel, And ransom captive Israel.
“I thinkThe Federalist
Aug 11 2020
SEATTLE — Faizel Khan was being told by the news media and his own mayor that the protests in his hometown were peaceful, with “a block party atmosphere.”
But that was not what he saw through the windows of his Seattle coffee shop. He saw encampments overtaking the sidewalks. He saw roving bands of masked protesters smashing windows and looting.
Young white men wielding gunsNew York Times (News)