Ontario reports 11 more deaths in people with COVID-19 but hospitalizations, case counts and outbreaks continue to decline

Ontario is reporting its lowest number of new COVID-19 deaths in nearly a month, as hospitalizations, case counts and outbreaks continue to decline. The Ministry of Health reported 11 new deaths in individuals who had contracted COVID-19 on Monday, which is a notable decrease from the...

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China says move to field Galwan Valley soldier in Winter Olympic torch relay met ‘standards’

Representational image&  | &nbspPhoto Credit:&nbspANI Beijing: Amid widespread criticism over its move to field a PLA soldier involved in the border clash with Indian soldiers at the Galwan Valley in 2020 as a torchbearer for the Winter Olympics, China said on Monday that his selection met...

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Prominent Israelis, Palestinians issue new proposal to revive Mideast peace efforts

JERUSALEM —  Israeli and Palestinian public figures have drawn up a new proposal for a two-state confederation that they hope will offer a way forward after a decade-long stalemate in Mideast peace efforts. The plan includes several controversial elements, and it’s unclear whether it has any support...

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Biden-era job growth is so good, the GOP is literally speechless

Exactly one month ago this morning, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released the job totals from December. Forecasters projected fairly robust growth — in the ballpark of 440,000 — and the preliminary totals said the economy had actually created 199,000. The problem wasn’t that this was...

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Today’s Headlines: Parents struggle to get home nurses for medically fragile kids amid pandemic

By Elvia Limón Hello, it’s Monday, Feb. 7, and we’re less than a week away from the Super Bowl. But you can get your football fix early at the NFL Experience at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Visitors can collect autographs and take photos with the...

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Top Biden aide says Russian invasion of Ukraine could come ‘any day’

IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser. Mike Pence’s delicate balancing act 08:30 Rep. Kinzinger: The RNC deserves every aspect of backlash 12:30 Now Playing Top Biden aide says Russian invasion of Ukraine could come ‘any day’ 03:05...

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What happens to Europe’s energy supply if Russia cuts gas exports? An explainer

FRANKFURT, Germany —  Fears are rising over what would happen to Europe’s energy supply if Russia were to invade Ukraine and then shut off natural gas exports in retaliation for U.S. and European sanctions. The tensions show the risk of Europe’s reliance on Russia for energy, which...

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