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- Grumpy’s Restaurant to open 3 new locations in 2021by Carianne Luter on December 2, 2020 at 2:49 pm
The franchise is planning on opening three new locations in 2021.
- Sandalwood teacher faces suspension over ‘unprofessional conduct’by Joe McLean on December 2, 2020 at 2:13 pm
The Duval County School Board is set to vote Tuesday on whether to suspend a Sandalwood High School math teacher for a week without pay.
- Florida becomes 3rd state in US to surpass 1 million COVID-19 casesby Steve Patrick on December 2, 2020 at 2:10 pm
Nine months to the day after the first coronavirus infections were diagnosed in Florida, the state becomes the third in the nation to surpass 1 million cases.
- Nevada hit with largest earthquake since 1950s
The largest earthquake to hit Nevada since the 1950s happened on Tuesday, followed by a series of tremors, officials said.
- Elon Musk predicts humans will be on Mars in 6 years
NASA wants to return to the moon in 2024, but Elon Musk is thinking bigger than that -- he thinks humans can be on Mars by 2026.
- Mysterious monolith 'disappears' from Romanian hillside
A monolith that went viral after appearing on a Romanian hillside has mysteriously “disappeared.”
- Hall wins runoff to briefly fill seat of late Rep. John Lewis
Former Atlanta City Council member Kwanza Hall won a special runoff election Tuesday for a brief term in Congress and will succeed the late civil rights legend John Lewis.
- Biden administration pick Neera Tanden outed sexual harassment victim at liberal think tank: report
President-elect Joe Biden's pick to lead the White House Office of Management and Budget, Neera Tanden — like his other expected nominees — is likely to see a contentious confirmation hearing, but she is no stranger to controversy after […]
- Sen. Cotton says Neera Tanden has no chance of being confirmed, tells Biden 'go back to the drawing board'
Neera Tanden has “no chance of being confirmed,” Sen. Tom Cotton said on Wednesday.
- Chinese company buys Australian island, then bans Aussies from living there: report
A Chinese real estate company that bought an Australian island has blocked its Aussie residents from living in paradise.
- Anti-gay Hungarian politician resigns after Brussels police bust 25-man orgy for violating coronavirus rules
An anti-LGBTQ politician from Hungary resigned from the European Parliament on Sunday after he was caught fleeing from what was described as a 25-man orgy in Brussels busted by police for breaching Belgium’s coronavirus pandemic lockdown.
- Where does Iran's nuclear weapons program stand now?
As the dust settles following the assassination of Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh last Friday, the international community is once again forced to confront the troubling question of where does Iran currently stand when it comes […]
- Cold air for Southeast, heavy rain and snow over southern plains
The storm that brought rain, wind and snow across the Northeast is weakening and moving away from the region. Light snow will wind down over the Great Lakes.
- Coronavirus lockdowns by state: what you need to know
The country is facing a fresh load of coronavirus cases even as Americans prepare to observe the winter holidays.
- Wildfire threat simmers as Red Flag warning issued for parts of Southern California
Officials in California have issued a Red Flag warning for the Los Angeles and Ventura county mountains and the Santa Clarita Valley.
- Pfizer, BioNTech's Covid-19 Vaccine Wins U.K. Authorizationon December 2, 2020 at 2:47 pm
Britain became the first Western nation to grant emergency-use authorization for a Covid-19 vaccine, clearing a shot developed by Pfizer and Germany’s BioNTech to be distributed in limited numbers within days.
- Home Appliances Get a Hygiene Makeoveron December 2, 2020 at 12:51 pm
The roughly $500 billion home-appliance industry is making a hard pivot toward hygiene as the Covid-19 pandemic shows no sign of moderating.
- Driverless Cars Are Coming, But Not Yet to Take Overon December 2, 2020 at 11:43 am
Driverless cars are moving out of science fiction and onto U.S. roads. But this is just the start of a long journey before they fulfil their transformative potential.