Every day, we send out a one-page memo summarizing the 5 top trending news in America and the world. In today’s highlights, senate democrat, Coronavirus vaccine,Senate impeachment trial, President Joe Biden.
1. Walgreens and Uber team up to make sure underserved communities have access to COVID-19 vaccines
2. UK variant WHO experts said it’s more likely the virus jumped to humans from an animal, not from the Chinese Wuhan lab.
3. The Biden administration will start sending vaccines directly to community health centers across the country as early as next week
4. Athletes will be tested for COVID-19 at least once every four days during their stay in Tokyo at the pandemic-delayed Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games
5. Clinical trials testing a combination of Russia’s flagship COVID-19 vaccine, Sputnik V, with another developed jointly by England’s University of Oxford and British-Swedish pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca will begin in Azerbaijan later this month.
3. The Department of Justice (DOJ) announced Tuesday that it is beginning the process of replacing U.S. attorneys appointed by the Trump administration.
4. Senate votes to pursue Trump impeachment trial after declaring the proceedings constitutional.
5. Former President Donald Trump’swill begin on Tuesday, February 9.
1. SpaceX begins accepting $99 preorders for its Starlink satellite internet service.
2.Chegg to expand internationaly in 2021.
3. Electric-vehicle startup Rivian is looking to go public as soon as September at a valuation of more than $50 billion
4. Twitter Inc on Tuesday beat Wall Street targets for quarterly sales and profit.
5. U.S. shale producer Chesapeake Energy Corp on Tuesday exited Chapter 11 bankruptcy with business plan
1. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un ordered the paths for his ruling Workers’ Party to take with South Korea and external affairs, state media KCNA said on Wednesday.
2. President Joe Biden’s administration plans to continue to seek to extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange from the United Kingdom to the United States to face hacking conspiracy charges
3. The European Union’s top diplomat warned Moscow could face new sanctions over the jailing of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny.
4. A New Zealand Maori leader who was ejected from parliament this week for refusing to wear a necktie in the chamber.
5. A bipartisan group of senior U.S. senators reintroduced a bill on Tuesday to make it easier for people from Hong Kong fearing persecution after joining protests against China to obtain U.S. refugee status.
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