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Alexander City Council approves sewer loan application

Growth and potential growth spurred the Alexander City City Council into two decisions at its meeting Monday. First the council approved the application for a $5.4 million loan from the Clearwater State Revolving Fund."

Alexander City 12U boys soccer goes undefeated for second straight state title

One could say Alexander City 12U boys soccer ran the gauntlet this past weekend

Club World Cup: Chelsea to face Al Jazira, Auckland City or Al Hilal

European champions Chelsea will face either Al Jazira

Alabama football recruits Jeremiah Alexander, Peter Woods a dynamic defensive duo for Thompson

Alabama football commit Jeremiah Alexander and recruit Peter Woods' last game together at Thompson is the AHSAA 7A title game."

Michelle Alexander's, The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness

The author of “The New Jim Crow”

Alexander: A triumph of justice or video tape?

Every trial lawyer knows that a photo is worth a thousand words and a video of a key event is a royal flush. A bona fide winner. Cases in point: George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery. Interesting that these celebrated videos originated from very different sources."

Alexander ‘not surprised’ with election victory; Heggins says she’ll continue serving the community

By Natalie Anderson natalie.anderson@salisburypost.com SALISBURY — Mayor Karen Alexander on Tuesday said she wasn’t surprised results of a recount in the 2021 mayoral race gave her another term in the city’s top spot."

Alabama football recruits help Thompson beat Hoover, make fourth straight AHSAA 7A championship game

Thompson advanced to the AHSAA Class 7A state championship game and beat Hoover 35-10 behind Alabama football recruits


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CNN's Chris Cuomo suspended over role in ex-Gov. Andrew Cuomo's sex scandal

CNN on Tuesday suspended its top news anchor, Chris Cuomo, for his role in defending his brother, former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, over sexual harassment allegations.

The cable news channel said in a statement the suspension followed the release of new court documents on Monday.

"These documents point to a greater level of involvement in his brother's efforts than we previously knew. As a result, we have suspended Chris indefinitely, pending further evaluation," CNN said.




U.S. in hypersonic weapon 'arms race' with China -Air Force secretary

The United States and China are engaged in an arms race to develop the most lethal hypersonic weapons, the U.S. Air Force secretary said on Tuesday, as Beijing and Washington build and test more and more of the high-speed next-generation arms.  

"There is an arms race, not necessarily for increased numbers, but for increased quality," Air Force Secretary Frank Kendall told Reuters during an interview in his Pentagon offices. "It's an arms race that has been going on for quite some time.




Three students shot dead, eight people wounded at Michigan high school; suspect arrested

A 15-year-old boy killed three fellow high school students and wounded eight other people upon opening fire with a semi-automatic handgun at a Michigan high school, and he was quickly arrested, police said.

One of those wounded was a teacher and the remainder were students at Oxford High School in Oxford, Michigan, about 40 miles (65 km) north of Detroit, the Oakland County Sheriff's office said.

The motive of the shooter was unknown, officials said.




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Financial Markets Tumble Over Concerns Related to COVID-19 Vaccine Effectiveness

According to Stephane Bancel, CEO of pharmaceutical giant Moderna, the Omicron coronavirus variant of concern could test the immunity provided by his company's messenger RNA vaccine, which features the same biotechnology as the one developed by Pfizer.
 
Bancel made these comments in an interview with the Financial Times on Tuesday morning, and this resulted in a sharp drop of the FTSE 100 index at the London Stock Exchange.



New rift opens between U.S. House Republicans over bigotry claims

A new fault line opened between Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday, as lawmakers squabbled publicly over accusations of religious bigotry and racism among party conservatives.

In a fight that could further complicate Republican efforts to forge unity ahead of next year's elections, firebrand congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene on Twitter branded Representative Nancy Mace as "trash" for criticizing Republican Lauren Boebert for remarks about a Democrat that have been decried as Islamaphobic.




Snow for parts of US

Tuesday will be a warm and sunny day across most of the nation. The Weather Channel forecasts the only areas of concern will be in the Northeast and the Pacific Northwest. In the Northeast, snow flurries are forecast to remain in place on Tuesday morning and afternoon. The wintry precipitation will not move south into other parts of the East Coast, where temperatures will rise late in the day. Across the nation, the Northwest is forecast to see scattered showers throughout the afternoon.



U.S. CDC says all adults should get COVID-19 booster shots

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said on Monday everyone aged 18 years and older should get a booster shot, as it looks to tackle a new and highly infectious strain of the coronavirus that is quickly spreading across the globe.

The update comes after President Joe Biden on Monday called for wider vaccination to curb the spread of the Omicron coronavirus variant, which was first detected in southern Africa.

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