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January 1, Anti-Jewish Attacks in the U.S. Increasing



Happy Monday morning America,

The Gaza Strip conflict between Israel and Hamas prompted a spate of attacks on Jews in the US in recent days. Police offer heightened security after a violent attack in L.A. At least 26 instances of antisemitism have been reported across the country since May 10, linking to supporters of Israel and those who back the Palestinians.

A previously undisclosed U.S. intelligence report revealed that 3 researchers from China’s Wuhan lab were hospitalized in November 2019 after becoming sick. This sparked speculations that the coronavirus was “humanly made,” prompting calls for a fuller probe.

A lot of people are wondering, “Why doesn’t Japan cancel the Tokyo Olympics?” Set to take place last year, the event was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But officials are set to decide next month if local spectators will be allowed to watch the games rescheduled for this year even as the country is battling a fourth wave of COVID-19.

After a short-lived presidential run, Beto O’Rourke is mulling a bid for Texas governor. The Democrat isn’t saying much else but says he hasn’t ruled out anything. But Texas Dems are dying to know.

A research published Monday found out that dogs can be trained to detect more than 90 percent of Covid-19 infections even when patients are asymptomatic. If approved, dogs will help replace the need to quarantine new arrivals by sniffing them at airports. In the study, the dogs were successfully able to identify between 94 and 82 percent of Covid-19 samples. 

After significant accusations and lawsuits alleging sexual misconduct, Kevin Spacey is plotting his return to acting in films. The actor will appear in an upcoming Italian film. At least 20 young men claimed they were sexually abused by the award-winning actor.

Keep safe,

Fraser Dixon


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