Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., spoke on the Senate floor to voice her support for voting rights reform bills but stated that she would not support a Senate rules change to allow these bills to pass with only 50 votes.
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The humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan sparked by the Taliban takeover is expected to worsen in 2022. CBS News foreign correspondent Roxana Saberi reports from London.
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January storms and the rampant spread of the omicron COVID-19 variant are causing more delays and cancellations of flights around the country during the post-holiday rush to get home. NBC’s Tom Costello reports for TODAY, and Al Roker is tracking the latest forecast.
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Travel Nightmares Worsen As Thousands More Flights Delayed Or Canceled
Alyansa Tigil Mina tells News5 that the DENR’s order lifting the nationwide ban on open-pit mining will further worsen climate change in the country, noting that Typhoon #OdettePH hit most of the mining-affected areas. The DENR though insists that environmental concerns will be addressed.
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A worldwide supply chain disruption is exacerbating an already serious shortage of new U.S. truck drivers. Brad Ball, President of Roadmaster Drivers School, explains how distribution of goods in America is severely threatened which is why his company is adding new locations to meet demand.
China’s energy crunch could soon get worse. Power supplies could be under threat due to flooding in one of the country’s biggest coal producing regions. Mines in Shanxi — which produces 30% of China’s coal — have been forced to close and hundreds of thousands are being evacuated. Nearly two million people have been affected by record-breaking rainfall over the past week. More than 120,000 people have been forced to evacuate after their homes collapsed from the weight of the floodwaters.
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