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The 30-year-old state senator-elect made history earlier this month when she was selected to become the highest-ranking openly trans official in America.
The Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office said a grand jury indicted Apple Chief Security Officer Thomas Moyer, 50, and two officers in the Sheriff's Office. The officers were charged with soliciting bribes for issuing concealed carry permits.
A Kansas man accused of threatening a Black juvenile while shouting racial slurs has been charged with a federal hate crime, the Justice Department said Monday. Colton Donner, 25, allegedly brandished a knife while yelling that Paola, Kansas — where the victim was living — was a “white” town, according to the indictment. Donner was also indicted for a separate incident with unlawfully possessing a firearm while being a convicted felon, for allegedly possessing a .44 caliber revolver.
Weeks after the passing of legendary "Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek, Sony Pictures Television has announced that popular contestant and "Jeopardy! Greatest of All Time" tournament winner Ken Jennings will serve as the first of a series of interim guest hosts when the trivia game show returns to production on Monday, Nov. 30. “Alex believed in […]
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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Monday approved one of the last remaining permits for Enbridge Energy's planned Line 3 crude oil pipeline replacement across northern Minnesota, bringing the project a step closer to construction. “This decision is based on balancing development with protecting the environment,” said Col. Karl Jansen, commander of the St. Paul District commander. All that remains in the six-year-old process now is for the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency to issue a storm water construction permit to protect surface waters from runoff while it's being built, and then for the independent Public Utilities Commission to give a final green light.
The Michigan Board of State Canvassers voted to certify President-elect Joe Biden’s victory in the state, avoiding a stalemate and a potential delay.
Calling 2020 "unique" feels like an understatement. Many things have changed this year, from the way we work to the way we function in society, and the Oxford English Dictionary "Word of the Year" is no different. Since 2020 has been hard to put into words, Oxford Languages had to adjust how they normally do things in response to a year full of surprises they couldn't describe succinctly. Rather than having just one word represent 2020, Oxford moved to a full list of "Words of an Unprecedented Year." Keep reading for all of the Oxford Words of the Year, and for words we should leave behind in 2020, check out these 5 Words to Ditch From Your Vocabulary ASAP.Generally speaking, the (usually singular) Word of the Year is chosen to reflect the year it signifies. "The Oxford Word of the Year is a word or expression that is judged to reflect the ethos, mood, or preoccupations of the passing year, and have lasting potential as a term of cultural significance," Oxford Languages explains. In 2018, the Word of the Year was "toxic," and in 2019, it was "climate emergency."When faced with the challenge of selecting a word to reflect this tumultuous year, Oxford Languages couldn't pick just one. The 2020 Words of an Unprecedented Year report says, "The English language, like all of us, has had to adapt rapidly and repeatedly this year. Given the phenomenal breadth of language change and development during 2020, Oxford Languages concluded that this is a year which cannot be neatly accommodated in one single word."Instead, Oxford Languages assigned Words of the Year to the months in which they reached their peak frequency of usage. Here are Oxford's 2020 Words of an Unprecedented Year, and to see what words you should ditch, here are 4 Words the Dictionary Says You Should Stop Using. 1 BushfireAt the end of 2019 and the beginning of 2020, the Australian bushfire season rolled in and became the worst in documented history. The bushfires across the country were fueled by record-breaking temperatures and lengthy bouts of severe drought. And for the etymology of other common words, discover The Amazing Origins of Everyday Slang Terms You Use Constantly. 2 ImpeachmentImpeachment became a hot topic in January when President Donald Trump faced an impeachment trial. 3 AcquittalIn February, following Trump's acquittal—allowing him to remain in office, despite being impeached—this word became popular. And for more useful information delivered straight to your inbox, sign up for our daily newsletter. 4 CoronavirusBy the end of March, "coronavirus" became "one of the most frequently used nouns in the English language, after being used to designate the SARS-CoV-2 virus," according to the report. 5 COVID-19While the word "coronavirus" already existed before the pandemic, "COVID-19" was a completely new word that reached the height of its popularity in April. According to the report, the term was first used by the World Health Organization as an abbreviation of "coronavirus disease 2019." The term quickly became the more common designation. 6 LockdownIn April, "lockdown" was the word on everyone's lips as much of the world entered into government-enforced quarantine to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. And for cheerier words, check out The Most Beautiful Words in the English Language—And How to Use Them. 7 Social distancingGovernments across the globe introduced citizens to social distancing, the act of keeping six feet of distance between people to reduce the spread of COVID-19. As governments began to lift lockdown measures, the term "social distancing" spiked in popularity toward the end of April. 8 Reopening"Towards the Northern Hemisphere summer more hopeful words increased in frequency, including reopening," says the report. The word "reopening" spiked in popularity in mid-May when used to refer to businesses, schools, restaurants, offices, and more that were able to open again. 9 Black Lives MatterThe phrase "Black Lives Matter" originated in 2013 in response to the acquittal of George Zimmerman for the murder of Trayvon Martin. However, the phrase "exploded in usage beginning in June of this year, remaining at elevated levels for the rest of the year as protests against law enforcement agencies over the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and other Black Americans took root in communities across the United States and across the world," according to the report. And if you are committed to anti-racism, ditch these 7 Common Phrases That You Didn't Know Have Racist Origins. 10 Cancel cultureA societal shift followed the resurgence of momentum behind the Black Lives Matter movement. People in positions of power began to get called out for their actions, which led to repercussions that some dubbed "cancel culture." According to the report, cancel culture—which saw a surge in usage in July—is "the culture of boycotting and withdrawing support from public figures whose words and actions are considered socially unacceptable." And for words you need to stop using, find out The One Word Older People Should Never Say. 11 BIPOCBIPOC surged in usage in tandem with Black Lives Matter—the abbreviation stands for "Black, indigenous, and other people of color." 12 Mail-inThe 2020 election is now over, but Americans were discussing the issue of voting in a presidential election amid a pandemic back in August. The report found that the term "mail-in" saw a 3,000 percent increase in use as compared to last year. 13 BelarusianIn August, the re-election of President Alexander Lukashenko in Belarus caused an uprising in the country. The adjective "Belarusian" skyrocketed in usage as a result. 14 MoonshotAs the UK government rolled out Moonshot, their plan for mass COVID testing, in September, the term rose to significance. 15 SuperspreaderAccording to the report, the word "superspreader" dates back to the 1970s but gained popularity in 2020. "There was a particular spike in usage in October, mainly with reference to the well-publicized spread of cases in the White House," says the report. 16 Net zeroThe report says the term net zero has been "on the rise as the year draws to an end: the recent increase partly relates to the historic pledge made by President Xi Jinping in September, that China will be carbon neutral by 2060."
Former Watergate sleuth Carl Bernstein took to Twitter to list the names of 21 Republican senators who he says have “repeatedly expressed contempt” for Donald Trump and his fitness to be president. Bernstein's post was condemned Monday by some of those involved. It was an eyebrow-raising modern twist on journalism from the former Washington Post reporter who, with partner Bob Woodward in the 1970s, penned scoops that led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon.
Parishioners of St. Andrews Catholic Church in Fort Worth, Texas, know that the Rev. Jim Gigliotti does not water down Catholic teaching for the sake of his flock’s comfort. He doesn’t mince words when explaining it, either.
Several people have been removed from the recount for “unruly behaviour” and violating mask rules
Strength in the Urban and Free People brands, along with reduced operating expenses, drove growth, executives say.
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Megan Thee Stallion did not come to play during her American Music Awards performance. Fans can be heard cheering while Megan drops it low, twerks and works those strong “Megan knees” she is known for. Not only did she take the stage she took home the award for Favorite Song – Rap / Hip-Hop for her collaboration with Cardi B on “WAP” Cardi did not accept the award with the Houston rapper so she walked across the stage alone in a lime green fitted mini slip dress and a slicked-back ‘do.
England’s lockdown will end on 2 December – but travellers will still face many rules
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Michigan basketball coach Juwan Howard discussed how he has handled preparing the Wolverines for a season during the COVID-19 pandemic.