Consumers Facing Higher Costs As Store Shelves Struggle To Remain Stocked

The Consumer Price Index shows inflation reached 7% last year, the fastest since 1982. The combination of staff shortages, winter weather and the supply chain has led to shortages on grocery shelves across the country with roughly 15% of items out of stock NBC’s Tom Costello reports for TODAY.

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COVID- 19: Hospitals struggle in the wake of the pandemic

Burn out, staff shortages, patient backlog and full capacity are some of the struggles hospitals are facing even with less COVID patients in ICU.

Sky’s Home Affairs Editor Jason Farrell returned to the Royal Free Hospital in London, to see the impact of COVID.

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Hospitals Overwhelmed As People Struggle To Get Tested For COVID-19

As Americans hope for signs of an omicron peak, medical experts say we’re still on the upswing of the latest COVID wave. Hospital workers are exhausted as hospitalizations rise and I.C.U. wards fill nationwide. NBC’s Sam Brock reports for Sunday TODAY.

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An internal elite power struggle in Kazakhstan? | DW News

Security forces appear to have quelled massive riots in Kazakhstan, although the political situation remains volatile. Karim Masimov, a close ally of former president Nursultan Nazarbayev, has been arrested for treason.

The former head of Kazakhstan’s domestic intelligence agency has been arrested on suspicion of high treason, the National Security Committee said Saturday.

The news comes after dozens of people were killed in protests triggered by a surge in fuel prices. On Friday, President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev declared that constitutional order has been "mainly restored" in the Central Asian country, with peacekeepers from Russia and several other ex-Soviet countries now in Kazakhstan.

Former intelligence chief Karim Masimov was fired earlier in the week as protests raged across the country. Authorities have now said Masimov and several other officials have been detained. The protests have also prompted President Tokayev to remove his predecessor Nursultan Nazarbayev as head of the Security Council.

On Saturday, however, Nazarbayev’s spokesman Aidos Ukibay said the former president "calls on everyone to rally around the president of Kazakhstan to overcome current challenges and ensure the integrity of the country."

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Hospitals Struggle Amid Omicron And CDC Guideline Confusion

The nation’s staggering surge in COVID-19 cases is taking a toll on hospitals, schools and businesses. The CDC guidance around the infections as well as access to testing remains a major source of frustration. NBC’s Sam Brock reports for TODAY.

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