New Book Delves Into Lives Of Prince Harry And Prince William

A new book, “Brothers and Wives: Inside the Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan,” is diving deep into the relationship between Prince Harry and Prince William and the events that led Harry to break away from royal life. NBC’s Kelly Cobiella reports for TODAY from Buckingham Palace.

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New Book Delves Into Lives Of Prince Harry And Prince William

‘Black lives do matter’ | Al Sharpton with family after guilty verdicts in Ahmaud Arbery death trial

Breaking News | A verdict has been reached in trial of the killing of Ahmaud Arbery.
Travis McMichael found guilty on all charges, Greg McMichael and Roddie Bryan found guilty of felony murder.
Ahmaud Arbery was shot and killed on Feb. 23, 2020. Cellphone video leaked to the public showed two armed white men in a truck approaching the 25-year-old Black man as he runs down the road. One of the men, later identified as Travis McMichael, and Arbery struggle over McMichael’s shotgun before Arbery is shot and collapses.

Travis McMichael, his father Gregory McMichael and William "Roddy" Bryan, who recorded the video, were all on trial together for murder and other charges.

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Sky News Breakfast: 500,000 more lives could be lost to COVID-19 by the Spring

On Sky News Breakfast with Kay Burley on Wednesday, November 24:

– The World Health Organisation warns half a million lives globally could be lost to COVID-19 by the Spring, if action is not taken;
– Harper’s Law: the government will bring in mandatory life sentences for those who kill an emergency worker in the line of duty after campaigning by PC Andrew Harper’s family;
– and NASA launches its first ever asteroid deflection mission.

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Pres. Biden’s Social Spending Bill Would Save Lives

Rep. Kim Schrier (D-WA) has lived with diabetes for 37 years. She tells Lawrence O’Donnell she remembers when insulin was $10 a bottle. Now, some Americans pay up to $1,000 a month. Biden’s social agenda bill would cap insulin costs to $35 a month.

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Lawmakers mandate upgrade to 50-year-old federal safety standard endangering children’s lives

A six-year CBS News investigation prompted an auto-safety reform that was included in the infrastructure bill that President Biden signed Monday. CBS News exposed a federal safety standard created in 1967 that leaves vehicle front seats susceptible to collapsing, which can launch front seat passengers into the back seat, where children are often seated. Kris Van Cleave spoke with the Colorado family that spurred our reporting.

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