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Outlawed Loyalist paramilitary groups in Northern Ireland say they are temporarily withdrawing their support for the1998 peace accord because of the disruption caused by new post-Brexit trade rules. The groups say they aren't planning a return to violence. https://t.co/gN7Djo6Xeu
Law enforcement is on high alert around the U.S. Capitol after intelligence uncovered a “possible plot” by a militia group to target the building. About 5,200 National Guard troops are in Washington, and a large fence remains around the Capitol perimeter. https://t.co/m5o5X6H9dm
Hungary, which currently has one of the world's worst COVID-19 death rates, is tightening pandemic restrictions starting next week. Nonessential stores will close, along with many schools, as the government continues its rapid vaccination drive. https://t.co/x9E1ZER5SG
.@Square, Inc. says it has reached an agreement to acquire majority ownership of Tidal, the music streaming service partly owned by Jay-Z. Square will pay $297 million in cash and stock for Tidal and Jay-Z will be named to Square’s board of directors. https://t.co/JSsN4FElvm
The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits edged higher last week to 745,000. It's a sign that many employers continue to cut jobs despite a drop in confirmed viral infections and evidence that the overall economy is improving. https://t.co/nEdR52StX9
Officials in charge of protecting the Capitol, and the people inside it, have pointed fingers at each other over the Jan. 6 insurrection. After six congressional hearings, @AP looks at what we’ve learned about security and intelligence failures that day. https://t.co/XsWfVex5WN
Paramount+ debuts as the latest — and last — streaming option from a major media company, this time from ViacomCBS. It’s betting that consumers are willing to add yet another streaming service in an increasingly crowded field. https://t.co/oCQPqoGAtO
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York stops short of demanding Gov. Andrew Cuomo resign over accusations of offensive behavior. In 2017, she was the first Democratic senator to call for her colleague Al Franken’s resignation. https://t.co/i3JqWPUUK9
Previously authorized COVID-19 vaccines that are modified to combat new variants won't need a "brand new approval or ‘lengthy’ clinical studies,” regulators in the U.K. and four other countries — Australia, Canada, Singapore and Switzerland —announced. https://t.co/89kztAyNnd
VIRUS UPDATE: • European Medicines Agency starts review of Russia's Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine. • German panel approves giving AstraZeneca shot to people aged 65 and over. • When will children be able to get vaccinated? https://t.co/S3pC2PrRH9
A Dutch court has ruled that a deeply religious father who kept some of his children isolated from the outside world for years in a remote farmhouse can't stand trial on charges including child sexual abuse because he has been incapacitated by a stroke. https://t.co/eA2yLOzKKb