French President Macron has surprise meet with Elon Musk in New Orleans

French President Macron has surprise meet with Elon Musk in New Orleans

French President Emmanuel Macron took a meeting with Elon Musk during his tour of the French-founded New Orleans late Friday. “In accordance with our ambition to decarbonize and reindustrialize France and Europe, I discussed today with @elonmusk on future green industrial projects, in particular on the manufacture of electric vehicles and batteries,” Macron said in …

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Woman sells COVID-19 rooms for bribe – NBC New York

Woman sells COVID-19 rooms for bribe – NBC New York

A Brooklyn woman has pleaded guilty to a pair of schemes to defraud city programs, with the first job earning the scammer more than $400,000 selling hotel rooms earmarked for the city’s free pandemic isolation program. the city. Within months, city officials claimed that Chanette Lewis had sold hotel rooms earmarked for New York’s free …

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Cold front poised to sweep the San Francisco Bay Area

Cold front poised to sweep the San Francisco Bay Area

After a storm swept the San Francisco Bay Area on Thursday, the region is set to see another round of rain this weekend with the first showers arriving Saturday, the National Weather Service said. The wet conditions come as below-normal temperatures persist, bringing some of the coldest weather of the season so far.   Light rain …

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A study reveals the most common reasons why a smartphone should be thrown away

A study reveals the most common reasons why a smartphone should be thrown away

It’s Friday so you might be ready to hear an incredible statistic. First, we’d like you to guess how many smartphones are going to be thrown away this year. Well, according to Green smartphones5.3 billion devices will be discarded in 2022. Heck, we can remember when the active number of smartphones wasn’t even close to …

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60% of Michigan nursing home residents are not boosted against COVID

60% of Michigan nursing home residents are not boosted against COVID

About 4 in 10 seniors living in Michigan nursing homes are up to date on their coronavirus vaccines, which could leave many people vulnerable if cases rise again this winter. The rate of nursing home residents who have received a bivalent booster shot, which provides enhanced protection against the latest variants, is about 40%, according …

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Trump calls for himself to be reinstated as president by falsely claiming fraud overrides Constitution

Trump calls for himself to be reinstated as president by falsely claiming fraud overrides Constitution

Sign up for the daily Inside Washington email for exclusive US coverage and analysis sent to your inbox Get our free Inside Washington email Donald Trump is calling for himself to be reinstated as president or for the 2020 election to be run again. In a Saturday morning post on Truth Social, the twice-impeached former …

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Second judge blocks Indiana abortion ban

Second judge blocks Indiana abortion ban

A second judge has blocked Indiana’s abortion ban from being enforced following a lawsuit from a religious organization and five individuals who say the law violates their religious beliefs.  Marion County Superior Court Judge Heather Welch issued a preliminary injunction Friday against the state’s law banning abortion except in cases of rape or incest before …

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NJ reports 2,166 COVID cases, 17 deaths.  The average number of cases increased by 29% compared to last week.

NJ reports 2,166 COVID cases, 17 deaths. The average number of cases increased by 29% compared to last week.

On Friday, New Jersey health officials reported another 2,166 cases of COVID-19 and 17 confirmed deaths. The number of daily cases has increased by nearly 30% in the past week. The statewide transmission rate is 0.88 on Friday. A transmission rate of less than 1 indicates that the epidemic is in decline, since each new …

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