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Monday morning news - November 29, 2021

Monday morning news - November 29, 2021

New COVID variant, Thanksgiving travel surge, new oil drilling restrictions, Chinese jets fly through Taiwan’s buffer zone, and Encanto tops the weekend box office

Should Puerto Ricans have access to U.S. disability payments?

President Biden keeps a moderate at the Fed helm

Nuclear watchdog issues warning on Iran, OMB nominees, Kanter calls out NBA for moral double standard, Christmas treeflation, and holiday sales forecast


Germany gets a new chancellor, jobs numbers, guilty verdicts in the Ahmaud Arbery trial, the latest from Wisconsin parade tragedy, and most major retailers closed on Thanksgiving this year

Vice President Kamala Harris sees low approval ratings as she struggles to promote President Joe Biden’s agenda

Strategic oil release, COVID deaths in Europe, Biden requests court to lift mandate vaccine stay, Venezuelan opposition, and the suspect charged with five homicide counts in deadly parade crash

President Biden’s hopes for last week’s virtual summit with Xi Jinping

Police say no evidence of terrorism in Waukesha Christmas parade attack, Biden to keep Powell as Fed chair, Cuomo probe finds “overwhelming evidence” of harassment, and attorneys make closing arguments in trial over Ahmaud Arbery's death.

Social spending bill, booster shots, Belgium tightens Covid restrictions, Rittenhouse protests, and missing Chinese tennis star reappears