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Live Update: Security Measures In Place Nationwide Ahead Of Biden Inauguration

Extraordinary security measures are being taken across the country ahead of President-elect Biden's inauguration. The FBI has warned of possible armed protests at all 50 state capitols.

Saudi FM Says Embassy to Reopen in Qatar Within Days

The kingdom will restore full diplomatic ties with Qatar as part of the deal struck earlier this month, and the Saudi embassy in Doha will reopen within days, the foreign minister says

Arizona ranks highest in US for weekly COVID-19 case rate as state reports 8,715 new cases, 208 deaths

Only 8% of all hospital beds were available on Friday. Hospital leaders worry they may have to prioritize care if the current spread continues.             

Tséhootsooí Medical Center hosts drive-thru COVID-19 vaccine event

Residents age 75 and older are given the COVID-19 vaccine at a Tséhootsooí Medical Center drive-thru event in Fort Defiance, Ariz., on Jan. 15, 2021.             

COVID-19 variant first found in U.K. could be dominant in U.S. by March

Research shows it could experience "rapid growth" in the early part of this year.

Snow dusts Paris landmarks as cold spell hits

France's capital saw its first day of snow on Saturday as many Parisians enjoyed a day out around the city. (Jan. 16)             

Mega Millions Estimated Jackpot At $850 Million, Powerball At $640 Million

The Mega Millions jackpot will likely continue to rise after there was no single winner during Friday night's drawing of the $750 million jackpot.

US COVID Cases Slow as Global Deaths Pass 2 Million

COVID-19 cases in the United States slowed on Friday, as global deaths passed 2 million. People across England are about to be hit with a deluge of new government advertisements telling them to stay at home.

Biden Fills Out State Department With Obama Retreads

President-elect Joe Biden on Saturday filled out his State Department team with a group of former career diplomats and veterans of the Obama administration, signaling a return to foreign policy rejected by President Donald Trump's administration.

Vaccination drive kicks off in various Indian cities

India started inoculating health workers Saturday in what is likely the world's largest COVID-19 vaccination campaign, joining the ranks of wealthier nations where the effort is already well underway. (Jan. 16)             

Ally of Poisoned Kremlin Critic Navalny Jailed in Moscow for Extremism

Pavel Zelensky, a member of the Anti-Corruption Foundation team of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, was jailed by a Moscow court on Saturday until Feb. 28 on charges of inciting extremism on the internet, according to a court statement.

'I feel a little bit safer': On Navajo Nation, COVID vaccine rolls out for elder population

Tséhootsooí Medical Center hosts drive-thru COVID-19 vaccine events for people 75 and older as part of the Navajo Nation's vaccine distribution plan.             

Massive Mega Millions jackpot grows after no winner

Mega Millions estimated its next top prize would be $850 million, which would be the third-largest of all time.

AP Exclusive: Selena Gomez: Big Tech 'cashing in from evil'

Selena Gomez is laying much of the blame for the violent attack on the U.S. Capitol at the feet of Big Tech, telling the leaders of Facebook, Twitter, Google and YouTube that they've allowed "people with hate in their hearts" to thrive and therefore "failed all the American people." (Jan. ...

Live Updates: Security Measures In Place Nationwide Ahead Of Inauguration

The FBI has warned of possible armed protests at all 50 state capitols.

Southern California wildfire fanned by hot, dry and windy weather

The dry conditions and summerlike temperatures created peak wildfire conditions.

In Home District, McCarthy Faces Some Backlash From the Right

In conservative Bakersfield, Calif., Kevin McCarthy enjoys solid support. But in the days since impeachment, some Republicans now say he has not been loyal enough to President Trump.

Phoenix area could see rain for first time since December

The Phoenix area may see rain showers Tuesday through Thursday, according to the National Weather Service.             

Family of man fatally shot by Texas officer push for his arrest

Family members of a Black man fatally shot by a Killeen, Texas, police officer who was responding to a mental health call are calling for the officer to be arrested and charged for the shooting.

The history of Charles Curtis, the first Vice President of color

When she's Inaugurated on Wednesday, Kamala Harris will make history, as the first woman to become vice president. But she won't be the first person of color to hold that office. That distinction belongs to Vice President Charles Curtis, who was sworn in 92 years ago. "CBS This Morning: ...

Who Should Get The Coronavirus Vaccine? For Some States, The Honor System Rules

States are using the honor system to determine who gets a coronavirus vaccine. Cheating would be easy, but pharmacist Jenny Arnold tells NPR's Scott Simon they don't want to police the process.

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