Daily Archives: January 8, 2021

Kyrie Irving’s Nets absence a reaction to Capitol Hill riot

Kyrie Irving will miss Friday’s Nets game against the Grizzlies for what Brooklyn termed personal reasons, and didn’t fly with the team to Memphis. A source familiar with the situation told The Post that Irving is fine, but was upset by the attack on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. by …

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Lessons from Georgia and other commentary

From the right: Lessons From Georgia After Republicans lost both Senate seats in a runoff that will go down as “the most consequential in history,” the party must “have the courage to face the depth and scale” of what happened in Georgia, advises ex-Speaker Newt Gingrich at Fox News. President …

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‘We were wrong’: Analyst upgrades streaming-focused Disney

Noted media analyst Rich Greenfield just issued a mea culpa on Disney’s ability to navigate the pandemic. Greenfield’s LightShed Partners upgraded the Mouse House on Friday to ‘neutral’ after slapping a ‘sell’ rating on it in May. “Our call has been dead wrong,” Greenfield said, explaining that his firm was …

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Why I Got the Russian Vaccine

A New York Times reporter juggled fears engendered by the politicized rollout of the Sputnik V vaccine with the urge to gain protection from the deadly virus.Read More

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NASA Selects 4 Astrophysics Missions to Study Universe’s Secrets

NASA has chosen four small-scale astrophysics missions for further concept development in a new program called Pioneers. Through small satellites and scientific balloons, these selections… The post NASA Selects 4 Astrophysics Missions to Study Universe’s Secrets appeared first on SciTechDaily. Read More

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