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January 1, Bill Gates Left Microsoft Board Amid Investigation Into Affair



Happy Monday America,

In 2020, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates resigned from its board while being investigated by board members over his prior romantic relationship with a staffer. Gates admitted the affair in 2000 when he stepped down as the company CEO. The billionaire and his ex-wife Melinda Gates announced their divorce early this month after 27 years of marriage.

The CDC said mandates in the U.S. to require people to be vaccinated against Covid-19 will be set at the local level by companies and institutions such as colleges. It “is going to be locally driven and not federally driven,” the CDC chief said. Businesses like Walmart announced that fully vaccinated staff and customers can enter the facility without face covering.

The conflict between Israel and Gaza is now on its second week. Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu said “It will take some time.” A building where the Associated Press office was attacked. President Joe Biden said the White House is working towards achieving peace.

Rev. Franklin Graham, a well-known Christian leader said it would be ” a tough thing” for Donald Trump to run again in 2024 due to his age. Graham, a Trump supporter, said that the former president “does not eat well” and “everything will depend on his health at that time.”

A Caribbean housing developer is creating the world’s first bitcoin community, where residents will pay for property, goods and services entirely in cryptocurrency. Residents will be able to pay for everyday essentials like groceries, restaurants and entertainment in bitcoin, as well as buying their property with the cryptocurrency.

Music legend Eric Clapton detailed his “disastrous” health experience after receiving the Astra Zenica Covid-19 vaccine and blamed “the propaganda” for overstating the safety of the vaccine. In a letter he shared with an anti-lockdown activist, Clapton said his “hands and feet were either frozen, numb or burning, and pretty much useless for two weeks, I feared I would never play again.”

Have a good day,

Fraser Dixon


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