Replay Montag, 21. Dezember 2020

Der 21. Dezember 2020 war ein Montag unter dem Sternzeichen . Es war der 355. Tag des Jahres. Präsident der Vereinigten Staaten war Donald J. Trump.

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Einige Personen, die an diesem Tag Geburtstag haben:

  • Robert Brown (Soldat, Bibliothekar, Arzt, Chirurg, Kurator, Botaniker, Mykologe, Pteridologe, Bryologe, geboren am 21. Dezember 1773)
  • Hu Jintao (Politiker, Ingenieur, geboren am 21. Dezember 1942)
  • Frank Zappa (Drehbuchautor, Sänger, Musiker, Gitarrist, Musikproduzent, Schauspieler, Songschreiber, Sprecher, Filmproduzent, Komponist, Journalist, Jazzmusiker, geboren am 21. Dezember 1940)
  • Jean Racine (Dramatiker, Dichter, Übersetzer, Autor, Librettist, geboren am 21. Dezember 1639)
  • Benjamin Disraeli (Politiker, Romancier, Schriftsteller, Biograph, geboren am 21. Dezember 1804)
  • Heinrich Böll (Drehbuchautor, Romancier, Schriftsteller, Dichter, Übersetzer, Autor, Liedtexter, geboren am 21. Dezember 1917)
  • Micheil Saakaschwili (Politiker, Rechtsanwalt, Jurist, geboren am 21. Dezember 1967)
  • Kurt Waldheim (Politiker, Offizier, Rechtsanwalt, Autobiograf, Diplomat, geboren am 21. Dezember 1918)
  • Konstantin Konstantinowitsch Rokossowski (Politiker, Offizier, geboren am 21. Dezember 1896)
  • Chris Evert (Tennisspieler, geboren am 21. Dezember 1954)
  • Jane Fonda (Schriftsteller, Schauspieler, Filmschauspieler, Bühnenschauspieler, Filmproduzent, Model, geboren am 21. Dezember 1937)
  • Samuel L. Jackson (Schauspieler, Filmschauspieler, Fernsehschauspieler, Sprecher, Filmproduzent, Charakterdarsteller, geboren am 21. Dezember 1948)
  • David Don (Bibliothekar, Botaniker, Pteridologe, geboren am 21. Dezember 1799)
  • Leopold von Ranke (Schriftsteller, Historiker, Hochschullehrer, Akademiker, geboren am 21. Dezember 1795)
  • Paco de Lucía (Gitarrist, Komponist, Filmkomponist, Jazzmusiker, Jazz-Gitarrist, klassischer Gitarrist, geboren am 21. Dezember 1947)
  • Hermann Joseph Muller (Hochschullehrer, Biologe, Genetiker, Biophysiker, geboren am 21. Dezember 1890)
  • Kiefer Sutherland (Filmregisseur, Schauspieler, Songschreiber, Filmschauspieler, Fernsehschauspieler, Sprecher, Filmproduzent, Fernsehproduzent, Fernsehregisseur, geboren am 21. Dezember 1966)
  • Roger Williams (Theologe, geboren am 21. Dezember 1603)
  • Thomas Sankara (Politiker, Militär, Gitarrist, geboren am 21. Dezember 1949)
  • Florence Griffith-Joyner (Sprinter, geboren am 21. Dezember 1959)
  • Charles Michel (Politiker, Rechtsanwalt, geboren am 21. Dezember 1975)
  • Jan Łukasiewicz (Mathematiker, Philosoph, Hochschullehrer, Informatiker, geboren am 21. Dezember 1878)
  • Petro Mohyla (Priester, orthodoxer Priester, geboren am 21. Dezember 1596)
  • Sewall Wright (Hochschullehrer, Biologe, Genetiker, Statistiker, geboren am 21. Dezember 1889)
  • Matsumoto Seichō (Romancier, Schriftsteller, Journalist, geboren am 21. Dezember 1909)
  • Kalevi Sorsa (Politiker, Diplomat, geboren am 21. Dezember 1930)
  • Marco Borsato (Sänger, geboren am 21. Dezember 1966)
  • Lorenzo Bandini (Autorennfahrer, Motorradrennfahrer, geboren am 21. Dezember 1935)
  • Tadeusz Boy-Żeleński (Schriftsteller, Dichter, Übersetzer, Journalist, Hochschullehrer, Literaturkritiker, Linguist, geboren am 21. Dezember 1874)
  • Thomas Couture (Maler, geboren am 21. Dezember 1815)
  • Carl Wilson (Musiker, Gitarrist, Musikproduzent, Songschreiber, Komponist, geboren am 21. Dezember 1946)
  • Ove Sprogøe (Schauspieler, Filmschauspieler, Bühnenschauspieler, geboren am 21. Dezember 1919)
  • Albrecht VI. (Souverän, geboren am 12. Dezember 1418)
  • Dimitri von Rostow (Priester, geboren am 21. Dezember 1651)
  • Namık Kemal (Schriftsteller, Dichter, Journalist, geboren am 21. Dezember 1840)
  • Julie Delpy (Drehbuchautor, Sänger, Singer-Songwriter, Filmregisseur, Musiker, Schauspieler, Filmschauspieler, Filmeditor, Fernsehschauspieler, Filmproduzent, Komponist, geboren am 21. Dezember 1969)
  • John G. Avildsen (Drehbuchautor, Filmregisseur, Filmschauspieler, Filmeditor, Filmproduzent, Kameramann, Kameraoperateur, geboren am 21. Dezember 1935)
  • Thomas Graham (Hochschullehrer, Chemiker, geboren am 21. Dezember 1805)
  • Walter Hagen (Golfspieler, geboren am 21. Dezember 1892)
  • Jean Gerson (Schriftsteller, Philosoph, Theologe, Kanzler, geboren am 13. Dezember 1363)
  • Zdeněk Fibich (Komponist, Dirigent, Pädagoge, Musikwissenschaftler, geboren am 21. Dezember 1850)
  • Kuroda Nagamasa (Samurai, geboren am 11. Dezember 1568)
  • Luise von Sachsen-Gotha-Altenburg (Aristokrat, geboren am 21. Dezember 1800)
  • Ricardo Mello (Tennisspieler, geboren am 21. Dezember 1980)
  • Joseph Whitworth (Ingenieur, Unternehmer, geboren am 21. Dezember 1803)
  • András Schiff (Pianist, Komponist, Dirigent, Hochschullehrer, geboren am 21. Dezember 1953)
  • Michael Tilson Thomas (Pianist, Komponist, Dirigent, Musikpädagoge, Lehrer, geboren am 21. Dezember 1944)
  • Joe Paterno (Kinderbuchautor, Schriftsteller, American-Football-Spieler, geboren am 21. Dezember 1926)
  • Bart De Wever (Politiker, Historiker, Kolumnist, geboren am 21. Dezember 1970)
  • Ray Romano (Filmschauspieler, Fernsehschauspieler, Sprecher, geboren am 21. Dezember 1957)
  • Jack Lang (Politiker, geboren am 21. Dezember 1876)
  • Alicia Alonso (Geschäftsmann, Balletttänzer, Choreograf, Ballettmeister, Ballerina, Choreografie, geboren am 21. Dezember 1921)
  • Reinhard Mey (Sänger, Singer-Songwriter, Musiker, Gitarrist, Schauspieler, Komponist, Fernsehmoderator, geboren am 21. Dezember 1942)
  • Karrie Webb (Golfspieler, geboren am 21. Dezember 1974)
  • Anthony Powell (Romancier, Schriftsteller, Literaturkritiker, Tagebuchschreiber, geboren am 21. Dezember 1905)
  • Rebecca West (Schriftsteller, Essayist, Journalist, Literaturkritiker, Suffragette, geboren am 21. Dezember 1892)
  • Matthieu Chedid (Sänger, Gitarrist, Songschreiber, Komponist, geboren am 21. Dezember 1971)
  • Cem Özdemir (Politiker, geboren am 21. Dezember 1965)
  • Jeffrey Katzenberg (Schauspieler, Filmproduzent, Geschäftsmann, geboren am 21. Dezember 1950)
  • Lillebjørn Nilsen (Sänger, Singer-Songwriter, Musiker, Gitarrist, geboren am 21. Dezember 1950)
  • Nasser Al-Attiyah (Autorennfahrer, Rallye, Schütze, geboren am 21. Dezember 1970)
  • Francis Ng (Filmregisseur, Schauspieler, Sprecher, geboren am 21. Dezember 1961)
  • Stefan Liv (Eishockeyspieler, geboren am 21. Dezember 1980)
  • Tomasz Zan (Dramatiker, Schriftsteller, Dichter, geboren am 21. Dezember 1796)
  • Tomasz Sikora (Biathlet, geboren am 21. Dezember 1973)
  • Edward Schreyer (Politiker, Diplomat, geboren am 21. Dezember 1935)
  • Amalie von Oldenburg (regierende Königin, geboren am 21. Dezember 1818)
  • Cristian Zaccardo (Fußballspieler, geboren am 21. Dezember 1981)
  • Andy Dick (Dramatiker, Schriftsteller, Schauspieler, Filmschauspieler, Fernsehschauspieler, Sprecher, Komponist, geboren am 21. Dezember 1965)
  • Anke Engelke (Komiker, Sänger, Filmschauspieler, Sprecher, Hörfunkmoderator, Fernsehmoderator, geboren am 21. Dezember 1965)
  • Anders Sandøe Ørsted (Politiker, Autobiograf, Richter, geboren am 21. Dezember 1778)
  • Juan Bautista Sacasa (Politiker, geboren am 21. Dezember 1874)
  • Masahiro Motoki (Schauspieler, geboren am 21. Dezember 1965)
  • Maila Nurmi (Filmschauspieler, geboren am 21. Dezember 1921)
  • Albert Lee (Singer-Songwriter, Musiker, Gitarrist, Pianist, geboren am 21. Dezember 1943)
  • Thierry Mugler (Designer, Couturier, geboren am 21. Dezember 1948)
  • Dmitri Olegowitsch Rogosin (Politiker, Diplomat, Journalist, geboren am 21. Dezember 1963)
  • Thomas Franz (Kunstsammler, geboren am 21. Dezember 1596)
  • Tamannaah (Schauspieler, Model, geboren am 21. Dezember 1989)
  • Lorenzo Perosi (Komponist, Chorleiter, katholischer Priester, geboren am 21. Dezember 1872)
  • Carla Thomas (Sänger, geboren am 21. Dezember 1942)
  • Wsewolod Witaljewitsch Wischnewski (Dramatiker, Drehbuchautor, Schriftsteller, Journalist, Dramaturgie, Meinungsjournalismus, geboren am 21. Dezember 1900)
  • Loquillo (Sänger, geboren am 21. Dezember 1960)
  • Sergio Rubini (Drehbuchautor, Filmregisseur, Schauspieler, geboren am 21. Dezember 1959)
  • Paul Meurisse (Filmschauspieler, Bühnenschauspieler, geboren am 21. Dezember 1912)
  • Michael Spindelegger (Politiker, Diplomat, geboren am 21. Dezember 1959)
  • Augusto Monterroso (Schriftsteller, Diplomat, geboren am 21. Dezember 1921)
  • James Gibbs (Architekt, geboren am 21. Dezember 1682)
  • Philipp Etter (Politiker, geboren am 21. Dezember 1891)
  • Jean René Bazaine (Maler, Künstler, Lithograf, geboren am 21. Dezember 1904)

21st of December 2020 News

Nachrichten, wie sie auf der Titelseite der New York Times am 21. Dezember 2020 erschienen

Number of Journalists Killed for Their Reporting Doubled in 2020

Date: 22 December 2020

By Oscar Lopez

Oscar Lopez

At least 30 journalists were killed this year, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists, with 21 slain as a direct result of their work.

Full Article

Kansas City Star Apologizes for Racism in Decades of Reporting

Date: 21 December 2020

By John Eligon and Jenny Gross

John Eligon

The newspaper said it had “disenfranchised, ignored and scorned” generations of Black people. The apology comes after one in September by The Los Angeles Times.

Full Article

Ex-Bloomberg Reporter Who Covered Martin Shkreli Reveals Relationship With Him

Date: 21 December 2020

By Katie Robertson

Katie Robertson

Christie Smythe helped break the story of Mr. Shkreli’s arrest in 2015. Then she “started to fall for him,” she said, and quit her job at Bloomberg News.

Full Article

I Am Guilty of Violating the Espionage Act

Date: 21 December 2020

By Laura Poitras

Laura Poitras

The Justice Department is setting a dangerous precedent that threatens reporters — and the truth.

Full Article

The ‘Red Slime’ Lawsuit That Could Sink Right-Wing Media

Date: 21 December 2020

By Ben Smith

Ben Smith

Voting machine companies threaten “highly dangerous” cases against Fox, Newsmax and OAN, says Floyd Abrams.

Full Article

Videos Show Kilauea Volcano Eruption in Hawaii

Date: 21 December 2020

By Reuters and Storyful

The Kilauea volcano in Hawaii, considered one of the most active in the world, erupted overnight Sunday, prompting the authorities to warn residents to shelter from ash from the volcano.

Full Article

Worker Ran Illegal Winery in Alabama Sewage Plant, Sheriff Says

Date: 21 December 2020

By Marie Fazio

Marie Fazio

The DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office received a tip about an alcohol operation in a wastewater treatment plant in Rainsville, Ala. A 15-year city employee was arrested and charged.

Full Article

Watch Live: Biden Speaks in Wilmington

Date: 22 December 2020

By Reuters

On Tuesday, President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. will make a speech in Wilmington, Del., and is expected to call for a larger coronavirus aid relief package.

Full Article

California builds field hospitals and considers rationing care as virus spreads unabated.

Date: 22 December 2020

By Jill Cowan

Jill Cowan

LOS ANGELES — As California’s new coronavirus cases, hospitalizations and deaths continue to soar, the nation’s most populous state has emerged as the epicenter of the pandemic heading into a dangerous holiday week.

Full Article

Biden Addresses Nation Before Holidays

Date: 22 December 2020

By Reuters

On Tuesday, President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. called for unity in combating the coronavirus crisis and criticized the Trump administration’s handling of a recent cyberattack.

Full Article

Number of Journalists Killed for Their Reporting Doubled in 2020

Date: 22 December 2020

By Oscar Lopez

Oscar Lopez

At least 30 journalists were killed this year, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists, with 21 slain as a direct result of their work.

Full Article

Kansas City Star Apologizes for Racism in Decades of Reporting

Date: 21 December 2020

By John Eligon and Jenny Gross

John Eligon

The newspaper said it had “disenfranchised, ignored and scorned” generations of Black people. The apology comes after one in September by The Los Angeles Times.

Full Article

Ex-Bloomberg Reporter Who Covered Martin Shkreli Reveals Relationship With Him

Date: 21 December 2020

By Katie Robertson

Katie Robertson

Christie Smythe helped break the story of Mr. Shkreli’s arrest in 2015. Then she “started to fall for him,” she said, and quit her job at Bloomberg News.

Full Article

I Am Guilty of Violating the Espionage Act

Date: 21 December 2020

By Laura Poitras

Laura Poitras

The Justice Department is setting a dangerous precedent that threatens reporters — and the truth.

Full Article

The ‘Red Slime’ Lawsuit That Could Sink Right-Wing Media

Date: 21 December 2020

By Ben Smith

Ben Smith

Voting machine companies threaten “highly dangerous” cases against Fox, Newsmax and OAN, says Floyd Abrams.

Full Article

Videos Show Kilauea Volcano Eruption in Hawaii

Date: 21 December 2020

By Reuters and Storyful

The Kilauea volcano in Hawaii, considered one of the most active in the world, erupted overnight Sunday, prompting the authorities to warn residents to shelter from ash from the volcano.

Full Article

Worker Ran Illegal Winery in Alabama Sewage Plant, Sheriff Says

Date: 21 December 2020

By Marie Fazio

Marie Fazio

The DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office received a tip about an alcohol operation in a wastewater treatment plant in Rainsville, Ala. A 15-year city employee was arrested and charged.

Full Article

Watch Live: Biden Speaks in Wilmington

Date: 22 December 2020

By Reuters

On Tuesday, President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. will make a speech in Wilmington, Del., and is expected to call for a larger coronavirus aid relief package.

Full Article

California builds field hospitals and considers rationing care as virus spreads unabated.

Date: 22 December 2020

By Jill Cowan

Jill Cowan

LOS ANGELES — As California’s new coronavirus cases, hospitalizations and deaths continue to soar, the nation’s most populous state has emerged as the epicenter of the pandemic heading into a dangerous holiday week.

Full Article

Biden Addresses Nation Before Holidays

Date: 22 December 2020

By Reuters

On Tuesday, President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. called for unity in combating the coronavirus crisis and criticized the Trump administration’s handling of a recent cyberattack.

Full Article

Number of Journalists Killed for Their Reporting Doubled in 2020

Date: 22 December 2020

By Oscar Lopez

Oscar Lopez

At least 30 journalists were killed this year, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists, with 21 slain as a direct result of their work.

Full Article

Kansas City Star Apologizes for Racism in Decades of Reporting

Date: 21 December 2020

By John Eligon and Jenny Gross

John Eligon

The newspaper said it had “disenfranchised, ignored and scorned” generations of Black people. The apology comes after one in September by The Los Angeles Times.

Full Article

Ex-Bloomberg Reporter Who Covered Martin Shkreli Reveals Relationship With Him

Date: 21 December 2020

By Katie Robertson

Katie Robertson

Christie Smythe helped break the story of Mr. Shkreli’s arrest in 2015. Then she “started to fall for him,” she said, and quit her job at Bloomberg News.

Full Article

I Am Guilty of Violating the Espionage Act

Date: 21 December 2020

By Laura Poitras

Laura Poitras

The Justice Department is setting a dangerous precedent that threatens reporters — and the truth.

Full Article

The ‘Red Slime’ Lawsuit That Could Sink Right-Wing Media

Date: 21 December 2020

By Ben Smith

Ben Smith

Voting machine companies threaten “highly dangerous” cases against Fox, Newsmax and OAN, says Floyd Abrams.

Full Article

Videos Show Kilauea Volcano Eruption in Hawaii

Date: 21 December 2020

By Reuters and Storyful

The Kilauea volcano in Hawaii, considered one of the most active in the world, erupted overnight Sunday, prompting the authorities to warn residents to shelter from ash from the volcano.

Full Article

Worker Ran Illegal Winery in Alabama Sewage Plant, Sheriff Says

Date: 21 December 2020

By Marie Fazio

Marie Fazio

The DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office received a tip about an alcohol operation in a wastewater treatment plant in Rainsville, Ala. A 15-year city employee was arrested and charged.

Full Article

Watch Live: Biden Speaks in Wilmington

Date: 22 December 2020

By Reuters

On Tuesday, President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. will make a speech in Wilmington, Del., and is expected to call for a larger coronavirus aid relief package.

Full Article

California builds field hospitals and considers rationing care as virus spreads unabated.

Date: 22 December 2020

By Jill Cowan

Jill Cowan

LOS ANGELES — As California’s new coronavirus cases, hospitalizations and deaths continue to soar, the nation’s most populous state has emerged as the epicenter of the pandemic heading into a dangerous holiday week.

Full Article

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Full Article

Biden Addresses Nation Before Holidays

Date: 22 December 2020

By Reuters

On Tuesday, President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. called for unity in combating the coronavirus crisis and criticized the Trump administration’s handling of a recent cyberattack.

Full Article

Number of Journalists Killed for Their Reporting Doubled in 2020

Date: 22 December 2020

By Oscar Lopez

Oscar Lopez

At least 30 journalists were killed this year, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists, with 21 slain as a direct result of their work.

Full Article

Kansas City Star Apologizes for Racism in Decades of Reporting

Date: 21 December 2020

By John Eligon and Jenny Gross

John Eligon

The newspaper said it had “disenfranchised, ignored and scorned” generations of Black people. The apology comes after one in September by The Los Angeles Times.

Full Article

Ex-Bloomberg Reporter Who Covered Martin Shkreli Reveals Relationship With Him

Date: 21 December 2020

By Katie Robertson

Katie Robertson

Christie Smythe helped break the story of Mr. Shkreli’s arrest in 2015. Then she “started to fall for him,” she said, and quit her job at Bloomberg News.

Full Article

I Am Guilty of Violating the Espionage Act

Date: 21 December 2020

By Laura Poitras

Laura Poitras

The Justice Department is setting a dangerous precedent that threatens reporters — and the truth.

Full Article

The ‘Red Slime’ Lawsuit That Could Sink Right-Wing Media

Date: 21 December 2020

By Ben Smith

Ben Smith

Voting machine companies threaten “highly dangerous” cases against Fox, Newsmax and OAN, says Floyd Abrams.

Full Article

Videos Show Kilauea Volcano Eruption in Hawaii

Date: 21 December 2020

By Reuters and Storyful

The Kilauea volcano in Hawaii, considered one of the most active in the world, erupted overnight Sunday, prompting the authorities to warn residents to shelter from ash from the volcano.

Full Article

Worker Ran Illegal Winery in Alabama Sewage Plant, Sheriff Says

Date: 21 December 2020

By Marie Fazio

Marie Fazio

The DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office received a tip about an alcohol operation in a wastewater treatment plant in Rainsville, Ala. A 15-year city employee was arrested and charged.

Full Article

Watch Live: Biden Speaks in Wilmington

Date: 22 December 2020

By Reuters

On Tuesday, President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. will make a speech in Wilmington, Del., and is expected to call for a larger coronavirus aid relief package.

Full Article

California builds field hospitals and considers rationing care as virus spreads unabated.

Date: 22 December 2020

By Jill Cowan

Jill Cowan

LOS ANGELES — As California’s new coronavirus cases, hospitalizations and deaths continue to soar, the nation’s most populous state has emerged as the epicenter of the pandemic heading into a dangerous holiday week.

Full Article

Biden Addresses Nation Before Holidays

Date: 22 December 2020

By Reuters

On Tuesday, President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. called for unity in combating the coronavirus crisis and criticized the Trump administration’s handling of a recent cyberattack.

Full Article

Number of Journalists Killed for Their Reporting Doubled in 2020

Date: 22 December 2020

By Oscar Lopez

Oscar Lopez

At least 30 journalists were killed this year, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists, with 21 slain as a direct result of their work.

Full Article

Kansas City Star Apologizes for Racism in Decades of Reporting

Date: 21 December 2020

By John Eligon and Jenny Gross

John Eligon

The newspaper said it had “disenfranchised, ignored and scorned” generations of Black people. The apology comes after one in September by The Los Angeles Times.

Full Article

Ex-Bloomberg Reporter Who Covered Martin Shkreli Reveals Relationship With Him

Date: 21 December 2020

By Katie Robertson

Katie Robertson

Christie Smythe helped break the story of Mr. Shkreli’s arrest in 2015. Then she “started to fall for him,” she said, and quit her job at Bloomberg News.

Full Article

I Am Guilty of Violating the Espionage Act

Date: 21 December 2020

By Laura Poitras

Laura Poitras

The Justice Department is setting a dangerous precedent that threatens reporters — and the truth.

Full Article

The ‘Red Slime’ Lawsuit That Could Sink Right-Wing Media

Date: 21 December 2020

By Ben Smith

Ben Smith

Voting machine companies threaten “highly dangerous” cases against Fox, Newsmax and OAN, says Floyd Abrams.

Full Article

Videos Show Kilauea Volcano Eruption in Hawaii

Date: 21 December 2020

By Reuters and Storyful

The Kilauea volcano in Hawaii, considered one of the most active in the world, erupted overnight Sunday, prompting the authorities to warn residents to shelter from ash from the volcano.

Full Article

Worker Ran Illegal Winery in Alabama Sewage Plant, Sheriff Says

Date: 21 December 2020

By Marie Fazio

Marie Fazio

The DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office received a tip about an alcohol operation in a wastewater treatment plant in Rainsville, Ala. A 15-year city employee was arrested and charged.

Full Article

Watch Live: Biden Speaks in Wilmington

Date: 22 December 2020

By Reuters

On Tuesday, President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. will make a speech in Wilmington, Del., and is expected to call for a larger coronavirus aid relief package.

Full Article

California builds field hospitals and considers rationing care as virus spreads unabated.

Date: 22 December 2020

By Jill Cowan

Jill Cowan

LOS ANGELES — As California’s new coronavirus cases, hospitalizations and deaths continue to soar, the nation’s most populous state has emerged as the epicenter of the pandemic heading into a dangerous holiday week.

Full Article

Biden Addresses Nation Before Holidays

Date: 22 December 2020

By Reuters

On Tuesday, President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. called for unity in combating the coronavirus crisis and criticized the Trump administration’s handling of a recent cyberattack.

Full Article