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Citigroup to fire unvaccinated employees this month

Citigroup staff in the United States who have not been vaccinated against Covid-19 by Jan. 14 will be placed on unpaid leave and fired at the end of the month unless they are granted an exemption, a source familiar with the matter said on Friday.

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Investigators believe this data will help them connect those in former President Trump's orbit with people who organized the rally that preceded the Capitol attack

The House select committee investigating the January 6 riot has formally subpoenaed the phone records of more than 100 people, a substantial number that includes former Trump officials and associates of the ex-President such as his one-time chief of staff Mark Meadows, according to multiple sources familiar with the matter.

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DOJ closes Emmett Till investigation after failing to prove key witness lied

The Justice Department has officially closed its investigation into the infamous of killing Emmett Till for a second time, two sources familiar with the investigation said, leaving only more questions after a potentially significant claim from one of the last living witnesses led investigators on a fresh hunt for evidence.

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Manchin tells senators he's skeptical Build Back Better can pass this year

Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin is casting skepticism in conversations with senators that the Build Back Better bill can pass the Senate this year, potentially delivering a blow to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer's push to get the bill approved by Christmas, according to two sources familiar with the West Virginia senator's remarks.

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Symone Sanders to leave White House at end of year

Vice President Kamala Harris' chief spokesperson and senior adviser Symone Sanders is leaving the Biden administration at the end of the year, according to a source familiar with the decision.

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Officials consider changes to Covid entry requirements for everyone coming to the US

Top US government officials are considering requiring everyone who enters the US to be tested for Covid-19 the day before their flight and having all travelers -- including US citizens and permanent residents -- be tested again after returning home, regardless of vaccination status, sources familiar with the thinking have told CNN.

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Analysis: Biden faces a familiar foe -- uncertainty

President Joe Biden had hoped to return from the Thanksgiving holiday bearing good news about his moves to get the economy back on track, his administration's effort to fix the supply chain crisis and hopes for a holiday season where Americans could gather safely with families and friends.

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How long should you brush your teeth? Here are some tips from experts

A lot of us are familiar with the advice that we should brush our teeth twice a day, and for at least two minutes each time. Many of us overestimate how long we brush our teeth for -- by as much as a whole minute in some cases. And yet there's some evidence that even two minutes of teeth brushing may not be enough.

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Chloé's Gabriela Hearst on making fashion sustainable

When Uruguayan fashion designer Gabriela Hearst was announced as the creative director of luxury fashion house Chloé in December last year, those familiar with her work knew it spelled change for the 70-year-old French brand -- especially given the maison's CEO, Riccardo Bellini, had already indicated he was looking to take the label in a new purpose-driven direction.

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Your sleep can affect how you walk, new study says

If you're sleep deprived -- and who isn't these days? -- you're probably familiar with the impact on your body and psyche. You're plagued by sleepiness and yawning, you may suffer headaches, and you can easily feel anxious, irritable or depressed.

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Pelosi warns Democrats not to 'embarrass' Biden

President Joe Biden is expected to attend a House Democratic Caucus meeting Thursday morning, according to a source familiar with the plans, as leaders press progressives to vote for a $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill.

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