Schumer Warns of Potential for Additional Attacks by Extremist Groups

China Retains Benchmark Lending Rates China’s benchmark lending rates were left unchanged as widely expected, on Wednesday. The one-year loan prime rate was retained at 3.85 percent and the five-year loan prime rate was maintained at 4.65 percent. The one-year and five-year loan prime rates were last lowered in April 2020. The one-year loan prime rate was cut by 20 […]

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Mary Trump: My Uncle ‘Enjoyed Every Second’ Of Capitol Riot

Boeing Max Poised to Win European Clearance for Return Next Week Europe’s aviation safety regulator is poised to clear Boeing Co.’s 737 Max for a return to service in the region next week, marking the next major step in the jet’s global comeback after two deadly crashes. The final airworthiness directive will lay out required changes to the aircraft and […]

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Gold Edges Up Amid Risk-off Mood

Bitcoin Slides Below $35,000 as Crypto Mania Loses Momentum The Bitcoin fever is starting to break as worries about a market bubble discourages investors from buying in. Prices for the largest cryptocurrency dipped as much as 6.8% on Wednesday and traded below $35,000. Ever since the market shot through all-time highs in early January, Bitcoin has been beset by volatility […]

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Entain Q4 Online Net Gaming Revenue Up 41%; Names Jette Nygaard-Andersen CEO

Roubini Expects Violence, Cyber Attacks During Biden’s Term U.S economist Nouriel Roubini fears Joe Biden’s presidency will be marked by unrest and cyber attacks, according to an interview he gave to Der Spiegel. There will be additional armed riots, especially from white nationalists, and Russia and China will orchestrate more cyber attacks against the U.S. and spread false information, Roubini, […]

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Rare Pictures from Western Sahara

Divided States podcast: Insurrection, impeachment, inauguration In the first fortnight of 2021 we have seen extraordinary events in the United States. Recipes to Cook Over a Long Weekend Make Kay Chun’s crowd-pleasing riff on a classic, cheesy chicken Parmesan meatballs (above). Or try your hand at dulce de leche chocoflan, pierogis, slow cooker spinach-artichoke stew and more. Find more NYT […]

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Teachers: How Are You Explaining the Riot?

Herald morning quiz: January 11 Test your brains with the Herald’s morning quiz. Be sure to check back on nzherald.co.nz at 3pm for the afternoon quiz. To challenge yourself with more quizzes, CLICK HERE. Lamar Jackson winless no more, leads Ravens to 20-13 win over Titans – The Denver Post RARE TUCKER MISS INJURIES UP NEXT Tom Brady outduels Taylor […]

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Japan says new coronavirus variant found in travellers from Brazil

The Unexpected Joys of Little Free Libraries Brooke Barker is the author and illustrator of the “Sad Animal Facts” series. Her most recent project was “So Help Me Gosh,” an audiobook of essays. Follow New York Times Books on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, sign up for our newsletter or our literary calendar. And listen to us on the Book Review […]

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COVID v the UK: The race to vaccinate

Pence Condemns Trump Supporters Who ‘Wreaked Havoc’ on Capitol Vice President Mike Pence denounced President Donald Trump’s supporters who violently stormed the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday as lawmakers reconvened to certify Joe Biden’s electoral victory. “We condemn the violence that took place here in the strongest possible terms,” Pence said as he presided over the Senate chamber as it reopened […]

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