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‘Up to 80 percent’ in Sicily refuse AZ vaccine: president

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 Public Domain Up to 80 percent of people offered the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine In Sicily refuse it out of fears over its safety, according to the southern Italian region’s president Nello Musumeci. Public confidence in the Anglo-Swedish jab has been badly shaken by reports linking it to rare, but potentially fatal, blood clots,…

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What Protecting 30 Percent of the Planet Really Means

To succeed, supporters of an ambitious new conservation target must press national governments to recognize the land rights of Indigenous people — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Over 50 Percent of Americans Approve of Biden’s Performance During His First Month in Office

Thirty days into his presidency, Biden has the support of more than half of Americans, though his approval tends to fall heavily along party lines.

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Uber cuts 15 percent of Postmates’ workforce

Now that Uber owns Postmates, it’s apparently ready to cut workers it believes are superfluous. Uber has confirmed to the New York Times that it’s laying off about 185 people at Postmates, or about 15 percent of the delivery company’s staff. Most of…

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20 Percent of Americans Believe Pro-Trump Capitol Rioters Were Actually Antifa

GOP House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and others dismissed the idea, but it’s been embraced by some Republican lawmakers.

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41 Percent of Republicans Are Unconcerned With Violence Before Biden Inauguration: Poll

Concerns about violence leading up to President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration have steadily risen as President Donald Trump has continued to make widely disproven claims that Biden stole the election.

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What Would It Take to Run a City on 100 Percent Clean Energy?

This story originally appeared on Grist and is part of the Climate Desk collaboration.In 2014, Burlington, Vermont, the birthplace of Ben and Jerry’s ice cream and the stomping grounds of Senator Bernie Sanders, announced that it had reached an energy milestone. The city of 42,000, which hugs the shore of Lake Champlain, produced enough power…