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    SACRAMENTO (CNN/CBS13) — It feels like every time we think we are close to being done with Covid-19, nature ups its game with a new variant. This weekend the live part of “Saturday Night Live” was canceled due to rising Covid-19 cases, and it wasn’t alone: All future shows of the iconic “Christmas Spectacular” at New York’s Radio City Music Hall this season have been canceled, on top of postponements or cancellations of NFL, NBA, NHL, and NCAA games. With the new Omicron variant now detected in Sacramento County, it’s important to start looking at Covid as if it’s here to stay, at least for now, rather than something that we’re at the tail end of. READ MORE: Police Investigating Death After Man Falls From Moving Truck“This Omicron variant is extraordinarily contagious. It’s as contagious as measles, and that’s about the most contagious virus that we’ve seen,” warned CNN medical analyst Jonathan Reiner on Saturday. The World Health Organization has found that Omicron cases are doubling every one-and-a-half to three days in countries with documented transmission. This looks awful. And...
    (CNN)It feels like every time we think we are close to being done with Covid-19, nature ups its game with a new variant. This weekend the live part of "Saturday Night Live" was canceled due to rising Covid-19 cases, and it wasn't alone: All future shows of the iconic "Christmas Spectacular" at New York's Radio City Music Hall this season have been canceled, on top of postponements or cancellations of NFL, NBA, NHL and NCAA games. Dean Obeidallah"This Omicron variant is extraordinarily contagious. It's as contagious as measles, and that's about the most contagious virus that we've seen," warned CNN medical analyst Jonathan Reiner on Saturday. The World Health Organization has found that Omicron cases are doubling every one-and-a-half to three days in countries with documented transmission. This looks awful. And it may end up being the worst wave yet. Right now, we just don't know. But what we do know is that we're a nation struggling with pandemic fatigue, and if we're going to face a third year of Covid-19 we'll need some hope to carry us through....
    Biden administration urges appeals court to stop Texas abortion law Outgoing Czech PM says ailing president promised him PM nomination © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad After Monday’s loss to the Ravens, the Colts are now 1-4 and staring at an uphill climb to potentially reach the postseason for a second straight year. As Stephen Holder of TheAthletic.com pointed out, quarterback Carson Wentz reached career highs in passing yards with (402), passer rating (128.5), and yards per attempt (11.5) — but it wasn’t enough for a victory. Wentz, however, also lost a first-quarter fumble in the red zone, which clearly kept points off the board. After the game, Wentz said the Colts “can’t ever relax” and have to do a better job of finishing. And he noted that it’s a game Indianapolis will learn from. “Unfortunately, I have said that too many times this year — that there is good we can learn from,” Wentz said. “But, every week, it is a little better and a little better, and we...
    Morgan and Alicia are reunited on Sunday's episode of "Fear TWD." Ryan Green/AMC Warning: There are spoilers ahead for "Fear the Walking Dead," season six, episode seven, "Damage from the Inside." Showrunners Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberg spoke with Insider about the first half of the season and what's next. The episode's title is a hint at why Strand (Colman Domingo) doesn't go with Morgan (Lennie James) and Alicia (Alycia Debnam-Carey) by the end of Sunday's episode. We will learn who saved Morgan in the episodes to come and they may have an agenda against Ginny (Colbie Minifie). Chambliss said the show will continue to explore Sherry's PTSD in the back-half of season six. Not much changed for the remaining nine episodes of the season that are currently filming.  "In a strange way, we were writing COVID-friendly episodes before COVID," said Goldberg. "That's not to say we haven't had to make some adjustments here and there for safety."  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. "Fear the Walking Dead" ended a pretty stellar half-season run on Sunday night....
    (CNN)More Americans are casting their ballots early than ever before. If that correlates with higher turnout overall -- and polling suggests it will -- it will be good for democracy. The higher early voting could also, however, very much affect when we'll know the winner in key swing states and how soon the election could be called by the major news networks. States have different deadlines for when absentee or mail ballots must be submitted and when they can be processed. Both of those factors can affect how long it will take for states to count their votes. It's no different in the closest six swing states that President Donald Trump won in 2016: Arizona, Florida, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Former Vice President Joe Biden likely needs to win at least two, if not three, of these states to win the presidency. Based upon the current laws and past trends, of these states, Florida's probably the one where I think with a reasonable degree of certainty we'll know who won on election night. Read MoreWhy? It comes...
    BORED with 2020? OK, fast forward a year.  It’s October 2021. England have just won the Euros, but there were no fans there to watch them beat Portugal 5-1 in the final (goals from Sterling, Kane, and three Ronaldo own goals).  ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 8With no vaccine and no herd immunity, Boris Johnson would impose restrictions next Christmas tooCredit: PA:Press Association We’ve all had the Covid vaccine, in June — another triumph for the UK, it was designed in Oxford. Everyone was looking forward to a proper Christmas and getting back to normal.  But there’s a problem — the vaccine is only effective for three or four months. Herd immunity does not work — or at least only works for a while. Exactly the same as with normal flu.  Autumn comes along and there’s a sharp rise in infections. Hospital admissions begin to soar. Knee-bending man of mystery Sir Keir Starmer demands action must be taken. So do those epidemiologists advising the government.  Exactly a year from today, Boris Johnson...
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    When 45-year-old Desperate Housewives star Eva Longoria wanted to move her two-year-old son from his nursery to a new room in her Hollywood home, she turned to Clea and Joanna as so many of her friends had recommended the ‘organisational gurus’ Stand aside Marie Kondo, two new queens of decluttering are putting British homes in order.  And ‘order’ is the right word, as the trend for rainbow bookshelves – where titles are arranged by the colour of their spines – is one of the trademark methods of Clea Shearer, 38, and Joanna Teplin, 41, the gurus from Nashville, Tennessee, who call themselves The Home Edit. They apply the same colour-coded regime to wardrobes and even fridges, and have won legions of fans from work-from-home employees seeking attractive backgrounds for video calls to the houseproud now finding time to put their clutter in order.  Their TV programme, Get Organised, has become a surprise hit – it’s one of the top ten shows on Netflix in the UK – their Home Edit Instagram page has 3.6 million followers and they have a...
    Butler, Warren downplay feud in Heat-Pacers series Heres Where Youve Seen the Actress Playing Princess Diana in The Crown ‘We’re all in this together’: Dr. Fauci outlines how the U.S. can learn from other countries in the battle against COVID-19 What can the U.S. do differently? © Getty Images Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases: ‘When they shut down, they shut down like, ‘Bang!’ When we shut down, it was never in the level that the Asian countries did.’ Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, delivered some blunt messages to the public during an online video interview with actor Matthew McConaughey. There are three key reasons why many island nations and Asian countries, such as New Zealand, Singapore and South Korea, have managed to control coronavirus, he said. Load Error Aside from social distancing and masks, he said these countries took many correct approaches to deal with their respective outbreaks and, as a result, have created the right environment to begin opening up their economies...
    NFL training camps: Teams prepare for 2020 season amid COVID pandemic Your Weekly Horoscope Stars For August 17-23 ‘Unless we do this together, we’re not going to get this under control’: Dr. Fauci says we can learn from other nations on how to beat COVID-19 What can the U.S. do differently? © Getty Images Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases: ‘When they shut down, they shut down like, ‘Bang!’ When we shut down, it was never in the level that the Asian countries did.’ Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, delivered some blunt messages to the public during an online video interview with actor Matthew McConaughey. There are three key reasons why many island nations and Asian countries, such as New Zealand, Singapore and South Korea, have managed to control coronavirus, he said. Load Error Aside from social distancing and masks, he said these countries took many correct approaches to deal with their respective outbreaks and, as a result, have created the right environment to...
    Guardiolas tinkering ends in familiar Champions League exit for Man City Americas drive-in scene is booming ‘Unless we do this together, we’re not going to get this under control’: Fauci says Americans can learn from other nations on how to beat COVID-19 What can the U.S. do differently? © Getty Images Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases: ‘When they shut down, they shut down like, ‘Bang!’ When we shut down, it was never in the level that the Asian countries did.’ Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, delivered some blunt messages to the public during an online video interview with actor Matthew McConaughey. There are three key reasons why many island nations and Asian countries, such as New Zealand, Singapore and South Korea, have managed to control coronavirus, he said. Load Error Aside from social distancing and masks, he said these countries took many correct approaches to deal with their respective outbreaks and, as a result, have created the right environment to begin opening up...
    As the pandemic endures, mayors call for guaranteed income It’s a little nerve-wracking: Lunchtime for students looks different amid COVID-19 ‘Unless we do this together, we’re not going to get this under control’: Fauci says we can learn from other nations on how to beat COVID-19 What can the U.S. do differently? © Getty Images Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases: ‘When they shut down, they shut down like, ‘Bang!’ When we shut down, it was never in the level that the Asian countries did.’ Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, delivered some blunt messages to the public during an online video interview with actor Matthew McConaughey. There are three key reasons why many island nations and Asian countries, such as New Zealand, Singapore and South Korea, have managed to control coronavirus, he said. Load Error Aside from social distancing and masks, he said these countries took many correct approaches to deal with their respective outbreaks and, as a result, have created the right environment...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The novel coronavirus pandemic and Black Lives Matter protests are having a major impact across the world but also in cities across the Bay Area. Join anchor Kristen Sze for ABC7's new interactive newscast weekdays at 3 p.m. with live updates about what's happening where you live.COVID-19 RISK CALCULATOR: Quiz yourself on the safest, most dangerous things you can do as California reopensCheck back here to stream the show Monday-Friday at 3 p.m. and to join the conversation on Facebook live and YouTube.LIVE UPDATES: Here's the latest on the COVID-19 pandemic in the Bay Area, US.WATCH PREVIOUS ABC7 UPDATES ON FACEBOOK HERE:Friday, July 31 Thursday, July 30 Wednesday, July 29 Tuesday, July 28Monday, July 27Friday, July 24Thursday, July 23Wednesday, July 22 Tuesday, July 21Monday, July 20Friday, July 17Thursday, July 16RELATED STORIES & VIDEOS: Here's how shelter in place, stay at home orders can slow spread of COVID-19 Everything you need to know about the Bay Area's shelter-in-place order Bay Area cancelations, closures related to COVID-19 Symptoms, prevention, and how to prepare for a COVID-19 outbreak...
    (CNN)One of the more puzzling aspects of the novel coronavirus is just how many organ systems are impacted through the course of the disease. We've heard about the heart, lungs and respiratory symptoms, but a growing mystery is its impact on the nervous system. A report in April suggested more than a third of 214 Covid-19 patients studied experienced neurological complications ranging from loss of smell to stroke. The virus can lead to neurological complications like delirium, brain inflammation, stroke and nerve damage. In a University College London study published earlier this month, 10 out of 43 patients had "temporary brain dysfunction" and delirium, while 12 had brain inflammation, eight had strokes and eight had nerve damage. Another paper published last month in The Lancet Psychiatry looked at 153 patients in the UK and found even those younger than 60 could have psychosis, depression or strokes. Covid-19 symptoms: What we know now and what to doHow this virus damages the brain and nerves still isn't totally clear. But as two physicians dedicated to the study of the nervous system, we...
    (CNN)Years before George Floyd's murder by police officer Derek Chauvin in the streets of Minneapolis propelled people around the world to protest systemic racism, Melissa Giraud and Andrew Grant-Thomas had been working on similar goals, in a different way.Married since 2002, they've been teaching families, educators and community members not just to talk about race, but to understand the dire reasons they need to come together to fight racism. Giraud, who has worked as an educator and National Public Radio producer, is the biracial daughter of immigrants. Grant-Thomas, a Black man of Jamaican origin, born on the Fourth of July, is, as he put it, a "longtime racial justice guy." Empathy is both a trait and a skill. Heres how to strengthen itAs parents of two daughters, ages 9 and 12, together they created EmbraceRace, an online collection of resources for parents, educators and kids, in 2016. It has become a blossoming community of people who care about race, justice and the future of our democracy. CNN: What prompted you to start EmbraceRace? Read MoreMelissa Giraud: In 2015, when...
    How We'll AgeLouise Aronson, geriatrician, UCSF School of Medicine Elderhood is as varied as childhood and adulthood, and this crisis has affected elders in different ways—depending on age, to some extent, but also on income and ethnicity. Many are confronting their own version of the anxiety and uncertainty we all feel. Others who are nearing the end of life hear that they're going to spend much of it locked up, and some think, what the hell is the point? Even before the pandemic, we'd done a lot to strip older lives of purpose and meaning. Nursing homes are getting more attention and sympathy now than ever before, and that's wonderful. But I worry that it reinforces a narrow, myopic notion of old age. Ninety-three percent of older people do not live in facilities. Think about our leaders: Nancy Pelosi, age 80. Anthony Fauci, 79. Donald Trump, 74. They make efforts to look younger, but the fact is they're doing what they're doing as old people. And if they looked like what they were, they would really be transforming society....
    Before we declare the riots of 2020 the worst in U.S. history, we should look at the nationwide riots of 1968 that followed the wanton murder of Martin Luther King Jr. at a Memphis, Tenn., motel. Over 100 cities exploded, led by Washington, D.C., Chicago, Baltimore and Kansas City, resulting in more than 40 deaths, the arrest of 15,000 mostly black Americans, and damages in the tens of millions of dollars. Washington was the epicenter of the looting and violence. Thirteen people died in D.C., all but one black. Some 1,200 buildings were burned, including 900 stores, many of them black-owned and operated. The once-thriving U Street corridor did not recover economically until the opening of a Metro station in 1991, 23 years later. KAY COLES JAMES: GEORGE FLOYD'S KILLING – END RACISM THAT AFFLICTS AMERICA'S SOUL LIKE A CANCER An overwhelmed D.C. police turned to the National Guard and the U.S. military for help. Soldiers from the 3rd Infantry guarded the White House, while National Guard units protected the U.S. Capitol. (AP) President Lyndon B. Johnson went on radio and pleaded...
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