Howard University Students Struck Deal with Administration Over Horrific Living Conditions in Dorms

Two students who led protests against unlivable conditions at Howard University join Tiffany to discuss the deal they struck with the administration.» Subscribe to MSNBC: http://on.msnbc.com/SubscribeTomsnbc

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Howard University Students Struck Deal with Administration Over Horrific Living Conditions in Dorms

Health officials raise concern over Omicron variant’s global impact

Global leaders are racing to contain a potentially more dangerous new coronavirus strain that was first discovered in South Africa. On Friday, the World Health Organization officially declared the Omicron strain a "variant of concern." CBS News foreign correspondent Debra Patta has more from Johannesburg on the increased precautionary measures some countries are taking to slow the spread of the virus, then Lana Zak speaks with Dr. Sujan Gogu, a physician who is part of the founding circle of Doctors in Politics, about the dangers of the Omicron variant.

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Growing Concern Over New COVID Variant As U.S. Restricts Travel From Southern Africa

Tiffany Cross discusses the new Covid variant dubbed "Omicron" with E.R. Doctor Rob Davidson who is seeing an alarming surge of covid cases in Michigan» Subscribe to MSNBC: http://on.msnbc.com/SubscribeTomsnbc

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Growing Concern Over New COVID Variant As U.S. Restricts Travel From Southern Africa

Saigon on Calling Out Ebro Over Hot97 Ban (Flashback)

In this VladTV Flashback from 2020, Saigon recounted his infamous altercation with Mobb Deep, specifically Prodigy and his crew, after a show in New York. The fight ultimately delivered a near fatal blow to his career after his music was banned on Hot 97 for a year due to the altercation. Nevertheless, Saigon spoke highly of the late-great Prodigy and said he regrets not being able to express his gratitude before he passed.

U.K. tightens COVID-19 rules as world on alert over new omicron variant

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said it was necessary to take ‘targeted and precautionary measures’ after two people in the U.K. tested positive for a recently discovered coronavirus variant.

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Solomon Islands: Rioting over China leaves Honiara in ruins | DW News

More than 100 people have been arrested following days of rioting in the Solomon Islands. Police also found three bodies in a burned out building. Much of the violence has been in the Chinatown district of the capital. Tensions over links with China are largely behind the anger directed against the government.
Large parts of the capital Honiara have been reduced to ruins. The city’s Chinatown neighborhood was one of the main targets of violence.
Security has been stepped up outside Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare’s home after it came under attack. Protesters unhappy with his government are demanding his resignation.

Sogavare is seen by some islanders as beholden to Chinese interests.
The Solomon Islands archipelago is rife with ethnic tensions. Residents of the most populous island are particularly angry over the government’s decision to switch allegiance from Taiwan to mainland China.
There’s also widespread dissatisfaction over high youth unemployment.
So far, the government has shown little willingness to address the protesters’ concerns.
Neighboring Australia was quick to respond to a call for help in boosting security.
An overnight curfew and foreign troops have helped restore calm. But they won’t resolve the underlying tensions, to prevent a repeat of the unrest.

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Customers and workers fight over Splenda packet in Locust Grove McDonald’s brawl

A video on Twitter is getting a lot of attention after a fight broke out at a McDonald’s in Locust Grove, allegedly over a Splenda packet for a customer’s coffee.

The incident happened at the McDonald’s on Bill Gardner Parkway right off of I-75 when the fast food restaurant didn’t have anymore splenda.

In the video, a man and a woman are seen at the drive-thru window yelling, banging on the window, and throwing things at workers inside. One of the workers can also be seen throwing a drink on them in response.

TV execs are not taking a 2-loss Bama over a 1-loss Notre Dame! – Mike Griffith | Paul Finebaum Show

TV execs are not taking a 2-loss Bama over a 1-loss Notre Dame! - Mike Griffith | Paul Finebaum Show

Mike Griffith joins The Paul Finebaum Show to talk about the Iron Bowl, how Notre Dame could make the College Football Playoff if Alabama loses and more.

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Van Lathan on Confronting Kanye Over “Slavery was a Choice” Statement at TMZ Offices (Part 8)

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In the latest clip, Van Lathan reflected on his decision to verbally confront Kanye West over his views on slavery. He explained that he wasn’t going to say anything until Kanye challenged the room at TMZ’s offices. Even though Van understood what Kanye was trying to say with his "slavery was a choice" remarks, he still felt the rapper viewed slaves as weak while he viewed them as signs of strength. He revealed that he spoke to Kanye after their verbal exchange and Kanye even invited him to his home to continue their discussion. Took a look above to hear why Van Lathan rejected the invite and why he wishes he hadn’t.