26 November 2020


Dr. Fauci, essential workers among list of Time Person of the Year nominees (6)
by: Kevin Accettulla and Nexstar Media Wire Posted: Nov 25, 2020 / 07:38 PM PST / Updated: Nov 25, 2020 / 07:38 PM PST Via TIME website Dr. Anthony Fauci, essential workers and even some politicians are among the list of nominees for Time's Person of the Year. Time Magazine released reader poll nominees Wednesday for the Person of the Year 2020.
Disney is laying off 32,000 employees (2)
By Hanna Ziady, CNN Business 1 hr ago Walt Disney Co. is planning to shed 32,000 employees by the end of March as the coronavirus pandemic continues to hammer its parks and resorts business.
Patriots' Week 12 injury report: Isaiah Wynn one of four absent from Wednesday's practice (2)
Wynn left Sunday's game against the Texans with a knee injury. By Conor Roche, Weekend Sports Producer November 25, 2020 | 5:19 PM The Patriots started their practice week ahead of Sunday's matchup against the Cardinals with four players out and 11 players limited on Wednesday. Defensive lineman Tashawn Bower (illness), running back Rex Burkhead (knee), defensive lineman Carl Davis (concussion), and offensive tackle
Ski Wednesday: No better time to take lessons (1)
Experienced or novice, skills can always use improvement Lessons ensure proper technique and are especially useful for young skiers. Photo courtesy Cranmore Mountain Resort. By Moira McCarthy | November 25, 2020 at 5:00 a.m. If the pandemic winter mimics the pandemic summer, there will be a surge in folks looking to take up outdoor sports like skiing and riding this winter. Like all things mountain sports, learning is going to look a little bit
Biden appears to pour cold water on Warren and Sanders joining Cabinet (1)
By Kate Sullivan, CNN Washington(CNN) President-elect Joe Biden appeared to pour cold water on the idea of nominating Sens. Elizabeth Warren or Bernie Sanders to his Cabinet, suggesting he would instead like to keep them in the US Senate to help him carry out a progressive agenda. Biden told NBC in an interview aired Tuesday night that there is already "significant representation among progressives in our administration," but said "there's nothing really off the table."
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