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  1. UK economy saw record contraction in 2020
  2. Yoshiro Mori: Tokyo 2020 president resigns after saying women talk too much
  3. Covid-19: Hotel quarantine 'less strict than Australia', and helping children through lockdown
  4. Irish officials raise spy concerns about expansion of Russian embassy in Dublin
  5. LGBT+ History Month: Eudy Simelane - the international footballer murdered for being gay
  6. Spending on green economic stimulus is slowly rising, study finds
  7. FA Cup: Who scored the best goal of the fifth round?
  8. Jailed Russia Opposition Leader Navalny Returns To Court For Libel Case
  9. Eight overseas cricketers in top bracket for India’s IPL auction
  10. US prosecutors launch criminal probe into GameStop mania: WSJ
  11. There Should Be a Law Against Naked Shorting with Tom Hardin
  12. BIS gold swaps fall slightly in January but remain high
  13. Does the US Still Have an Economy?
  14. Gains Are Unreal, Losses Are Real
  15. EO after EO, memo after memo. The damage in less than one month is staggering.
  16. IDEN: “We’ve now purchased enough vaccine supply to vaccinate all Americans
  17. Boring Car Stocks Have Suddenly Become Wall Street Favorites
  19. The Number That Blows Up The World, “Everything Bubble” Edition
  20. Trump tweeted his way to the White House once, and Jack Dorsey and the rest of the antisocial media mafia are for damned sure not going to let that happen again.
  21. NYT thinks China’s censorship is horrible, but Big Tech censoring America is perfectly okay
  22. Trouble in Real Estate Paradise? with Paul Moore
  23. Biden and Harris on YouTube with comments turned on… LOL
  24. Lidia Thorpe: The Indigenous woman shaking up Australia
  25. Biden warns China will 'eat our lunch' on infrastructure spending
  26. UK economy poised like a coiled spring, says Bank economist
  27. Ricky Martin joins efforts to build Pulse memorial
  28. PAUL JOSEPH WATSON: Gina Carano Did Nothing Wrong
  29. When Corporations Become More Powerful Than The Government, Our Definition Of “Big Brother” Needs To Change
  30. 'Hedge trimmer' fish facing global extinction
  31. With apologies to drunken sailors everywhere. . .
  32. Ohio teacher’s aide had ‘sexual relationship’ with her 15-year-old student, cops say
  33. Ohio teacher’s aide had ‘sexual relationship’ with her 15-year-old student, cops say
  34. Russia Files New 'Revenge' Charges Against Navalny Laywer Lyubov Sobol
  35. The global race to produce hydrogen offshore
  36. There's more to JC Stewart than his viral Friends parody
  37. Covid-19: Chinatowns fighting racism and pandemic to survive
  38. LGBT History Month: Newcastle artists reflect on movement in Pride project
  39. Covid-19 and Wuhan: Why don't we know more?
  40. Coronavirus vaccines: How’s my country and the rest of the world doing?
  41. Covid: Wales first in UK to reach February vaccine target
  42. CHARGES DROPPED: Buffalo police officers who shoved 75-year-old protester in viral video cleared by Grand Jury
  43. In a staff meeting, NYT Executive Editor Dean Baquet retracts a recent statement that the news outlet does not "tolerate racist language regardless of intent" (Erik Wemple/Washington Post)
  44. Profile of Seth Abramson, who built almost 1M followers during the Trump era writing long Twitter threads, stringing together theories that often unravel (Lyz Lenz/Columbia Journalism Review)
  45. Biden says US faces ‘national emergency’ amid vaccine shortage
  46. The Papers: 'Win for Meghan' and 'over-65s to get jab invites'
  47. DeSantis Calls Biden Domestic Travel Halt “Absurd”; Vows to Stand Against It
  48. Twitter bans Project Veritas' account for "repeated violations of Twitter's private information policy" and temporarily locks James O'Keefe's personal account (Sean Burch/The Wrap)
  49. Florida man on probation accused of carjacking Amazon delivery van, entering stranger’s bathroom
  50. Lisa Murkowski (R-Traitorville) I Don’t See How Trump Could Ever Be Re-elected Again…