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  1. Covid: Unblock logjam for new laws, senior MPs urge ministers
  2. Covid in Wales: Primary schools could reopen fully from 15 March
  3. 'We can't get a refund for our £980 flights'
  4. No Covid variants found on London Tubes, buses and stations
  5. HHS declares public health emergency for the state of Texas
  6. An early analysis of Birdwatch, Twitter's crowdsourced fact-checking pilot with about 1,000 users, shows partisan rhetoric and a lack of source citations (Alex Mahadevan/Poynter)
  7. First Photos Of Martian Surface From Perseverance
  8. The papers: 'Perseverance pays off' and 'foreign holiday hope'
  9. Australian Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says he will hold talks with Zuckerberg to "see if there's a pathway forward", but says news legislation will go ahead (Jason Scott/Bloomberg)
  10. GRAPHIC: Video Shows Suicide-By-Cop as Officers Confront Armed Man at Seattle Waterfront
  11. US immigration agents ordered to focus on serious criminals
  12. BIDEN TARGETS ICE: New rules cut back on arrests and deportations
  13. Covid vaccines: Boris Johnson pledges surplus to poorer countries at G7
  14. Rodriguez could leave Everton - Friday's football gossip
  16. Barisic scores two penalties as Rangers earn late win over Antwerp in seven-goal thriller
  17. Roku beats with Q4 revenue of $650M vs expectations of $615M, up 58% YoY, net profit of $65.2M vs expectations of a loss, added 14.3M active accounts for FY2020 (Todd Spangler/Variety)
  18. PEN America has settled its 2018 lawsuit, PEN America v. Trump, leaving intact an earlier ruling that it can challenge a president's retaliation against media (PEN America)
  19. NASA Rover Lands On Mars Crater Named After Bosnian Town
  20. Five Things To Know About Georgia And The Political Crisis It's Slipping Toward
  21. Arsenal must not put a foot wrong in second leg, says Saka after scoring in draw at Benfica
  22. Oil prices dip after surpassing $65 a barrel amid Texas cold snap
  23. Journalists in Slovenia accuse the prime minister of whipping up hatred against public media reporters and editors, which has led to threats and self-censorship (Lili Bayer/Politico)
  24. European Extremists Increasingly ‘Choosing’ Antisemitism to Further Their Causes, ADL Report Warns
  25. Coronavirus vaccines: Macron proposes sending 3-5% of supplies to Africa
  26. Pittsburgh Steelers’ Zach Banner Urges NFL to Adopt IHRA Definition of Antisemitism, Speaks Out on ‘Lack of Understanding’
  27. Wedding ring lost at North Shields tip found in rubbish
  28. Tesla sticker shock: Automaker slashes prices for two models
  29. De Blasio UNLOADS on Cuomo, backs Dem who says he was threatened: ‘The bullying is nothing new!’
  30. Biden On Chinese Death Camps: It’s A Different Culture…
  31. Bale scores one and sets up another as Tottenham take control against Wolfsberger
  32. Fernandes scores twice as Man Utd thrash Real Sociedad
  33. Leicester held to goalless draw against Slavia Prague
  34. Facebook's refusal to pay a misguided media tax, pushed by Rupert Murdoch, is a defense of the open web and criticizing it for rejecting a link tax is bizarre (Mike Masnick/Techdirt)
  35. CDC Issues New Guidance That Would Keep 90% of Schools Partially Closed
  36. Dying To Go Home: Displaced Azerbaijanis Risk Mines, Munitions To See Homeland
  37. Jewish Americans’ Ties to Baseball Run Deep
  38. Does America Need a Domestic War on Terror?
  39. How Jewish Students Can Explain Antisemitism to Non-Jews
  40. Peter Schiff: Stimulus Checks Funded a January Christmas
  41. BIDEN’S $1.9 TRILLION ‘STIMULUS’ WILL SHRINK THE ECONOMY: Hans Bader notes that even the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) agrees that in the long run, the Biden plan will shrink the economy.
  42. This free gift from the government is going to expire in a few years
  43. BBC admit that anyone who has tested positive for ‘coronavirus’ within 60 days of death is included in the death figures
  44. The Paris Accords will cost $100 Trillion dollars and might lower global temps by 0.2 degrees.
  45. Israeli MK meets with Moroccan Members of Parliament for the first time
  46. Pablo Hasel: Violence in Madrid and Barcelona over rapper's jailing
  47. UK and Canada impose sanctions on Myanmar generals after coup
  48. Cruz blasted for reportedly flying to Cancun amid Texas freeze
  49. London’s Chelsea FC Soccer Club Launches ‘Say No to Antisemitism’ Website
  50. Biden Admin Considers Reparations