“Mask Nerd” Aaron Collins on which masks offer the best protection against COVID-19

Self-described “Mask Nerd” Aaron Collins is an aerosol scientist who tests masks in his home laboratory and rates their ability to filter out aerosol. He joins “CBS Mornings” to discuss which masks offer the best protection against COVID-19.

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Mayor Adams: NYC’s Plan Against Violence Balances Intervention And Prevention

NYC Mayor Eric Adams joins Morning Joe to discuss the city’s blueprint to end gun violence in the city. Mayor Adams addresses the recent shooting death of an NYPD officer in Harlem.

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Mayor Adams: NYC’s Plan Against Violence Balances Intervention And Prevention

Judge delays trial in Sarah Palin’s lawsuit against New York Times

The start of a trial in Sarah Palin’s defamation lawsuit against The New York Times has been delayed after she contracted COVID-19. Tanya Rivero has more.

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New bill would require all California schoolchildren be vaccinated against COVID-19

Courtney Friel reports for the KTLA 5 News at 1 on Jan. 24, 2022.

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Merrill Lynch adviser fired after racist tirade against smoothie shop employee | New York Post

A Merrill Lynch financial adviser from Connecticut who was arrested for allegedly throwing a smoothie at a teenage employee — calling her a “f–king immigrant” — has been fired after footage of his racist rant went viral.

James Iannazzo, 48, was arrested and charged with a hate crime following the chaotic scene at Robeks in Fairfield just before 2:30 p.m. Saturday, the Fairfield Police Department said.

The wild encounter erupted after an irate Iannazzo returned to the store after earlier ordering a smoothie that supposedly contained peanuts, which caused his highly allergic son to have a reaction and require hospitalization, authorities said.

According to cops, Iannazzo ordered the drink without peanut butter — but didn’t mention to employees that his son had an allergy.

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Merrill Lynch adviser fired after racist tirade against smoothie shop employee | New York Post

A Merrill Lynch financial adviser from Connecticut who was arrested for allegedly throwing a smoothie at a teenage employee — calling her a “f–king immigrant” — has been fired after footage of his racist rant went viral.

James Iannazzo, 48, was arrested and charged with a hate crime following the chaotic scene at Robeks in Fairfield just before 2:30 p.m. Saturday, the Fairfield Police Department said.

The wild encounter erupted after an irate Iannazzo returned to the store after earlier ordering a smoothie that supposedly contained peanuts, which caused his highly allergic son to have a reaction and require hospitalization, authorities said.

According to cops, Iannazzo ordered the drink without peanut butter — but didn’t mention to employees that his son had an allergy.

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New California bill would require all students be vaccinated against COVID-19

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Judge delays trial in Sarah Palin’s lawsuit against New York Times after she tests positive for C…

The start of a trial in Sarah Palin’s defamation lawsuit against The New York Times has been delayed after she contracted COVID-19. Tanya Rivero has more.

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