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  1. Golden Globes: Celebrity make-up artists on their job in the pandemic
  2. Budget 2021: BBC editors on what to expect
  3. Saudi Arabia rejects US intelligence report on Khashoggi's killing
  4. Iran 'can't act with impunity,' Biden says after US air strikes
  5. Colombia launches ‘elite force’ to target rebels, drug gangs
  6. 8 Russian Diplomats & Their Families Were Forced To Use A Hand Car From The 1920s To Leave North Korea…
  7. Saudi Arabia rejects US intel report on Khashoggi death
  8. Police: Haitian gang leader killed after prison breakout
  9. Kazim-Richards earns Derby point again Forest
  10. Dan Bongino Tells CPAC “You’re the Counter-Culture Revolution Right Here”
  11. England & Wales search for style amid the silence of an empty stadium
  12. Sources: Disney and the NFL reach a broad media rights agreement, with ESPN renewing Monday Night Football; the NFL already reached deals with CBS, Fox, and NBC (John Ourand/Sports Business Journal)
  13. Microchips and the Macro World: Semiconductor Shortage Ushers in East-West Tech War
  14. UN Security Council unanimously adopts resolution demanding COVID ceasefire
  15. Europe Will Require “Vaccine Certificates” By Summer…
  16. Sanity Prevails: Poll Finds Most Voters Have Negative View of AOC
  17. BREAKING – A global outage affecting Visa and Mastercard
  18. The American credit score system has reached peak stupidity. Apparently you can pay money to raise your credit score now.
  19. 140 Years of monetary History in 10 Minutes
  20. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki questions Joe Biden’s Legal Authority to Carry Out His Strikes on Syria
  21. Sen. Rick Scott on the Democratic Party: ‘It’s a Socialist Party Now’
  22. Judge rules Maricopa County must provide 2.1 million ballots from 2020 election to #Arizona Senate for audit under subpoenas.
  23. Jamal Khashoggi: How intelligence report could dent US-Saudi ties for years
  24. McGill University Jewish Groups Decry ‘Misleading’ BDS Motion Tying Israel to Uighur Persecution
  25. ‘The Last Purim With Corona:’ Netanyahu Urges Jabs in Holiday Skit
  26. Families Could Get More Than $14,000 in COVID Relief. It’s Looking More Like Universal Basic Income
  27. When $TLT becomes the most volatile asset in the market, you know it’s about to get fun. Next week Bulls will be obliterated?
  28. Rohingya refugees adrift at sea
  29. Another Step Back for Biden: Attack on Syria Draws Establishment Cheers
  30. Trump supporters want to 'blow up' Congress: Police chief
  31. Ukraine Slaps Sanctions On Ex-Yanukovych Officials
  32. CIA Finds Saudi Crown Prince MbS “Approved” Khashoggi Murder
  33. How Real Nazis Came to the Americas: the Recruitment of Klaus Barbie
  34. The New World Order, Great Reset, Global Plandemic Band Camp
  35. Democrats Call On Biden To Relinquish Sole Authority Over Nuclear Strikes
  36. Former President Donald Trump could be back on Facebook by May as ‘thousands’ of people weigh in on his ban
  37. The use of "+" to name on-demand services was fine when streaming was new but has become a cliché and a minus (Tiffany Hsu/New York Times)
  38. Agreeing with IAEA, a wise move in preserving natl. interests
  39. Sen. Cruz to CPAC: Trump Isn’t Going Anywhere
  40. Khashoggi report spurs ‘reckoning moment’ for US-Saudi relations
  41. The Week In Russia: 'Ghastly Zealot' Or Medieval Prince -- Statues And Signals 30 Years After Dzerzhinsky's Demise
  42. Thousands Protest Georgian Opposition Leader's Arrest, Demand Snap Elections
  43. Armenia In Crisis: What's Next After Pashinian Denounces 'Attempted Coup'?
  44. Thousands Of Georgians Take To Streets To Protest Opposition Leader's Arrest, Call For Snap Elections
  45. 'Sign On And Take Part In Something Real': Inside The Dark, Lucrative World Of Russian 'Trash-Streaming'
  46. Capitol Police Chief Warns: “Extremists” Want To Blow Up Capitol During Biden State Of The Union…
  47. Biden on 7th anniversary: U.S. will never recognize Russia's purported annexation of Crimea
  48. Former editors of British music monthly Q magazine, which shuttered in 2020, are launching The New Cue, a weekly Substack publication, for £5/month or £55/year (Laura Snapes/The Guardian)
  49. Ireland to end much criticised system for asylum seekers by 2024
  50. Why Work From Home When You Can Work in Israel?