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, Ex-president Donald Trump’s impeachment trial, Mike Lindell, President Joe Biden.
1. The Biden administration is boosting the weekly supply of COVID-19 vaccines to states and territories by 16% next week.
2. Minnesota public health officials announced the first reported case of Brazil coronavirus variant in the United States.
3. President Joe Biden said Monday the country can administer 1.5 million shots a day in the coming weeks and give 150 million vaccinations over the next 100 days, “with the grace of God.”
4. “In the coming weeks, Covid-19 vaccination locations will be available in Google Search and Maps, starting with Arizona, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas, with more states and countries to come,” Google CEO Sundar Pichai said in a blog post.
5. California health officials lifted its stay-at-home orders for all regions statewide Monday.
3. The acting chief of the Capitol Police apologized to lawmakers in a closed-door.
4. Twitter banned My Pillow CEO, Mike Lindell permanently.
5. Democrat officially took control of the senate.
1.Beyond Meat and PepsiCo are creating a joint venture to develop snacks and drinks made from plant-based proteins.
2. Microsoft Corp on Tuesday reported its Azure cloud computing services grew 50% in the second quarter.
3. A Verizon Communications Inc. network was down on Tuesday around most of East cost.
4. IMF Raises Global Economic Growth Forecast.
5.U.S. Consumer Confidence Ticks Up in January.
1. Carlos Holmes Trujillo, Colombian Defense Minister, has died from complications of.
2. France’s National Academy of Medicine is advising people to stop taking public transportation to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
3. The European Union is threatening to restrict the export of Covid-19 vaccines made in the bloc amid growing anger at the slow rollout of immunizations.
4. Russia and the United States have struck a deal to extend the New START nuclear arms control treaty.
5.Israel’s top general said on Tuesday that its military was refreshing its operational plans against Iran and that any U.S. return to a 2015 nuclear accord with Tehran would be “wrong.”
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