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400 Lights to Honor 400,000 Dead

On Tuesday, January 19th, the night before the inauguration, 400 lights were lit around the perimeter of the Lincoln Memorial’s reflecting pool. These lights serve as a memorial for the 400,000 lives that have been lost to COVID-19.

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The Bachelorette’s Clare Crawley and Dale Moss Have Broken Up

The most recent season of ABC’s The Bachelorette is without a doubt the most chaotic season we’ve seen yet. Originally set to air on May 18th, 2020, the 16th season had to be pushed back due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and ended up airing on October 13th, 2020. The titular Bachelorette Clare Crawley and her many suitors had to quarantine at the La Quinta Resort & Club in California before the show could take off.

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Heightened vetting for troops at inauguration

Multiple National Guard troops have been excluded from inauguration duty by a security vetting process meant to weed out anyone with ties to extremist groups.

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SAT Makes Changes Amid Pandemic

The College Board announced on Tuesday that it is dropping the optional essay section on the SAT and will no longer administer subject matter tests. This follows the business’s struggle during the coronavirus pandemic. The College Board hopes to create a process that is suitable for the pandemic which reduces the demand on students and simplifies the work of the board itself.

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Jay Y. Lee Goes Back to Jail After Retrial

After a four-year court battle, Jay Y. Lee has been sentenced to two and a half years in prison for being involved in a bribery scandal with former South Korean President Park Geun-Hye. Jay Lee, who is the grandson of Samsung’s founder, is the vice chairman of Samsung and plays a leading role in the company.

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Phil Spector Dies at 81

Convicted murderer and legendary music producer Phil Spector passed away on Saturday at the age of 81. The cause of death was reportedly complications from COVID-19, as Spector had been hospitalized in French Camp, California on December 31st, 2020 and subsequently intubated.

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Armie Hammer Leaves J-Lo Rom Com Movie Amid Cannibalism Rumors

Actor Armie Hammer has announced his departure from Jennifer Lopez’s romantic comedy Shotgun Wedding amid his recent cannibalism scandal. Alleged screenshots of DMs between Armie and an unidentified woman show Armie claiming to be “100 per cent a cannibal.”

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Bumble Political Filter Used to Find Capitol Rioters

While Bumble has now restored the feature, they originally claimed that they removed the feature after experiencing a “noticeable uptick” in users employing the filter. They noted that those who utilized the filter were violating Bumble policies by using the app to “spread insurrectionist content” or attempt to “organize and incite terrorism.”

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Airlines step up security before Inauguration

Security measures are being heightened and scrutinized in the days leading up to the inauguration due to the events that occurred at the Capitol on January 6th.

CNN reports that the FBI has information that armed protests are being planned at all state capitols around the country, as well as the US Capitol in DC where President-Elect Joe Biden will be inaugurated.

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Lady Gaga Will Sing National Anthem at Biden’s Inauguration

Popstar Lady Gaga is the latest performer to join Joe Biden’s inauguration lineup. Three hours ago, Gaga shared the news in an Instagram post, stating: “I am deeply honored to be joining @BidenInaugural on January 20 to sing the National Anthem and celebrate the historic inauguration of @JoeBiden and @KamalaHarris!” Gaga, who previously sang “The Star Spangled Banner” at the 2016 Super Bowl,

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Teenager Identifies Family Members as Trump Supporters Involved in Violent Altercation

18-year-old Helena Duke of Massachusetts identified her mother, aunt, and uncle as members of the extremist MAGA mob who traveled to DC last week. A video taken last Tuesday night, in which several Trump supporters can be seen getting into a violent altercation with a Black woman in DC, had been circulating the internet when Duke’s cousin reportedly shared it with her on Thursday morning.

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New testing requirements to fly coming this month

Beginning on January 26th, all international travelers entering the United States will need proof of a negative COVID-19 test result.

Travelers entering the United States will need to show proof of a test taken within three days of departure and written confirmation that the test result came back negative. The rule is the same regardless of whether someone has received the vaccine or not, due to expert advice that says those who get the vaccine could still potentially transmit the virus.

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