Mon, 17 Jan 2022 04:37:15 GMT Daily news update and aggregation
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North Korea Fires Two Suspected Missiles in the Fourth Launch This Year
Written by KIM TONG-HYUNG / AP
North Korea fired two suspected ballistic missiles into the sea Monday in its fourth weapons launch this month, South Korea’s military said.
Half in new poll say they're frustrated with Biden's presidency | TheHill
Written by Joseph Choi
Half the respondents in a new CBS News poll released on Sunday said they were frustrated with Joe...
'Yellowjackets' Is the Internet's Favorite Anti-Internet Show
Written by Wired
Its story begins in the halcyon days before smartphones took over teens’ lives. Of course, everyone on social media is obsessed.
Health care system hit hard by staffing shortages amid COVID-19 surge
Written by Andrea Woo, Colin Freeze
Staffing shortages are impacting a range of health care services, including home care, laboratory testing and emergency response, as COVID-19 cases surge across the country
Massive barrage towards southern and central Israel shatters quiet
Written by Anna Ahronheim
IDF expects another day of rocket fire.
What the Yellowjackets Season 1 Finale Reveals About the Show’s Wild Teen Matriarchy
Written by Judy Berman
Fan theories are fun. But what's happening on a thematic level is what makes the show great.
Ministers to be given bodyguards and specialised cars
Written by Harry McGee
Increase in security follows Garda review of Cabinet members’ personal safety
Bidens pack carrots, apples into boxes during food bank stop
Written by COLLEEN LONG
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden packed carrots and apples into food boxes for the hungry and chatted with volunteers Sunday at a food bank as part of a day of service for Martin Luther King, Jr.
The future of smart homes: how we might be living in 10 years' time
Written by James Purtill
There's a new commercial rush to automate our homes and appliances. Is this how we'll live in the future?
Canada’s Supreme Court is off-balance as ‘large and liberal’ consensus on the Charter falls apart
Written by Sean Fine
The nine top judges are more divided than ever on the question of how broadly or narrowly to interpret Canadians’ constitutional rights – and while the PMs who appointed them are a factor, that doesn’t tell the whole story