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VANCOUVER, BC, Nov. 30, 2020 /CNW/ - ATAC Resources Ltd. (TSX-V:ATC) ("ATAC") or the ("Company") announces that on November 27, 2020, it was notified that the Yukon Government had rejected the Company's application to construct a...
Daily Beast editor-at-large goes on warpath in chilling editorial directed against Trump supporters
Rick Wilson, the Daily Beast's editor-at-large, says he and presumably others "won't forget" and "won't forgive" what Trump supporters did to America. In his rant, Wilson also appeared to compare the United States to a cheap hooker that President Donald Trump used and abused. What are the details? In a Sunday night editorial tagged "overdue penalties," Wilson said that it's simply "not enough to merely enjoy their agony and humiliation" as former Vice President Joe Biden is set to be inaugurated in January 2021. "It's not enough to hope they'll be shamed and correct their behavior," Wilson added in his short — but very pointed — remarks. "The dark is rising for Trump's sycophants, toadies, and enablers," Wilson wrote. "Their tough-guy acts and f***-your-feelings s***-talk have become a furious whine of complaints and recriminations as a toxic slurry of rage and despair has left a stinging bile in the back of their throats that won't go away." "Trump lost," he continued, "and they can't spin their way past it." Pointing to the Trump campaign's election fraud-related lawsuits against various states, Wilson added, "Even as his lawyers are all but chased out of each town where they file their absurd, doomed
LONDON (REUTERS) - People who refuse a vaccine for Covid-19 could find normal life curtailed as restaurants, bars, cinemas and sports venues could block entry to those who don't have proof they are inoculated, Britain's new vaccine minister said on Monday (Nov 30). Several major Covid-19 vaccines have been announced in recent weeks, raising hopes that the world could soon return to some semblance of normality after the coronavirus killed 1.46 million people and wiped out a chunk of the global economy. The British minister responsible for the vaccine rollout, Mr Nadhim Zahawi, said getting vaccinated should be voluntary, but that Google, Facebook and Twitter should do more to fact-check opposing views of vaccines. Asked by the BBC if there would be an immunity passport, Mr Zahawi said a person's Covid-19 vaccine status might be included in a phone app that would inform local doctors of a person's status. "But also I think you'd probably find that restaurants and bars and cinemas and other venues, sports venues, will probably also use that system as they've done with the app," Mr Zahawi told the BBC. "The sort of pressure will come both ways: from service providers
(RTTNews) - Shares of Moderna, Inc. (MRNA) are rising more than 16% Monday morning after the company said it is planning to apply for U.S and European Emergency approval of its Covid-19 vaccine mRNA-1273, as its late study showed that the vaccine candidate is 94.1% effective to prevent the disease. The stock touched a new high of $150 this morning The company on Monday said it plans to apply for Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) from the U.S. FDA and conditional approval from the European Medicines Agency (EMA). The company also reported vaccine efficacy against severe Covid-19 was 100%.
Shares of Nikola plunged by more than 20% in premarket trading Monday after General Motors announced that it is giving up an equity stake in the electric truck start-up and the two said they are dropping plans to build the Badger, Nikola's pickup truck for consumers. In September, the automakers announced a $2 billion deal that gave GM an 11% stake in Nikola to supply battery and fuel cell technologies as well as produce the Badger pickup. The deal was initially viewed as a no-lose situation for GM but the talks became convoluted after short-seller Hindenburg Research lobbed fraud allegations against Nikola and its founder, Trevor Milton, who resigned as the company's executive chairman on Sept. 21. Shares of Nikola initially rallied on the news before plummeting in pre-market trading. GM stock was down less than 1%. Wedbush analyst Dan Ives described the new deal as "a good supply partnership" rather than a "game changer deal" for Nikola. "In a nutshell, the signing of GM as a partner is a positive but ultimately no ownership/equity stake in Nikola and the billions of R&D potentially now off the table is a major negative blow to the Nikola story," he wrote in an investor