Scaled-down Oscars roll out several firsts for Asians

#Oscars | The 93rd Academy Awards is scaled down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but marks several firsts for Asian women in directing and acting.

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Scientists roll orbs down mountains in rockfall experiment

Scientists roll neon-colored orbs down Swiss mountains as part of an ongoing research aimed at understanding the growing risk of rockfalls around the world.

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93rd Academy Awards to roll out red carpet with COVID-19 safety measures

Hollywood’s biggest night is just a few days away. The 93rd Academy Awards will be held in person on April 26 (Monday morning, Asia time) despite the COVID-19 pandemic. But, there’s a twist — only nominees, their guests and the show’s presenters are allowed to be at the Oscars venue in Los Angeles. The Oscars will have an on-site COVID-19 safety team and attendees are required to take three coronavirus tests the week before.

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Americans roll up sleeves for variant vaccine

Dozens of Americans are rolling up their sleeves for a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine; The lastest shots are tweaked to guard against a worrisome mutated version of the virus. (April 12)

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More contagious coronavirus variant dominates in U.S. as states roll back restrictions

The CDC says a more infectious variant, first identified in England, is now the most common COVID-19 strain in the U.S. On "CBS This Morning," Dr. David Agus explains why health officials are concerned about more contagious variants boosting infection rates.

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Shades Of Jim Crow: How GOP Is Using The Big Lie To Roll Back Voting Access | All In | MSNBC

Chris Hayes discusses how Republicans have marketed anti-voter laws as “race neutral” since the Jim Crow era. Ilya Shapiro joins Chris Hayes to talk about the backlash to Georgia’s new election law. Aired on 04/07/2021.
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