Coronavirus news, extreme weather conditions and more: what are the trends today


A look at some of the top headlines online today around the world, including the latest negotiations in Washington, extreme weather conditions in parts of the country, coronavirus updates and more.

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From the atmospheric river to tornadoes to the northeast, extreme weather is hitting coast to coast (CBS News)

Nor’easter could bring 60 mph winds, 20 foot waves, 6 inches of rain to Massachusetts on Tuesday and Wednesday (MassLive)

Nor’easter set to soak the New York area just weeks after damage from Hurricane Ida (NY Post)

Biden rejects Trump’s latest executive privilege claim on Jan 6 documents (NBC)

The Facebook Papers: What You Need To Know About The Insider Papers (NPR) Mine

Coronavirus news

Biden administration unveils new Covid vaccine, testing requirements for travel to United States (NBC)

Declining cases in the United States, increasing in parts of the Midwest, Northeast (ABC)

US CDC extends conditional navigation order for cruises until January next year (Reuters)

Are vaccine boosters badly needed? Some federal councilors have doubts (NY Times)

Moderna to provide Africa with up to 110 million doses of COVID (AP)

Other trendy titles

“Rust” crew reportedly used live ammunition guns hours before shooting on set (CNN)

Chappelle makes no apologies in first public statement on ‘The Closer’ controversy (NPR)

Coup in Sudan: protests continue after military takeover (BBC)

Brendan Fraser Joins DC’s Batgirl Movie As Villain (Polygon)

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