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The New York Post: Fauci says two more COVID-19 vaccines could be approved within ‘weeks’

Dr. Anthony Fauci on Sunday that Johnson & Johnson and AstraZeneca could send studies of their COVID-19 vaccines to the feds for approval within “weeks.”

: Trump reportedly plans to issue around 100 pardons Tuesday

The actions are expected to include white-collar criminals and political allies, along with some reform-minded pardons, according to the reports. But CNN said Trump is not expected to pardon himself.

The Wall Street Journal: In return to hands-off approach, Yellen to say U.S. doesn’t seek weaker dollar

Janet Yellen is expected to affirm the U.S.’s commitment to market-determined exchange rates when she testifies on Capitol Hill Tuesday, and she will make clear the U.S. doesn’t seek a weaker dollar for competitive advantage, according to Biden transition officials familiar with her hearing preparation.

The Wall Street Journal: Facing opposition from Biden, Keystone pipeline developer pledges zero emissions

The Keystone oil pipeline’s developer plans to announce a series of overhauls—including a pledge to use only renewable energy—in a bid to win President-elect Joe Biden’s support for the controversial project.

: Biden to pick Gary Gensler to lead SEC, Rohit Chopra to helm CFPB: reports

President-elect Joe Biden will nominate Gary Gensler to lead the Securities and Exchange Commission and Rohit Chopra to lead the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, according to media reports Sunday night.

: In parting shot, Trump administration revokes licenses to do business with Huawei: report

The Trump administration has notified Intel Corp. and other tech companies that it is revoking licenses to do business with China's Huawei Technologies Co. and rejecting new license applications, Reuters reported Sunday.

: In parting shot, Trump administration revokes licenses to do business with Huawei: report

The Trump administration has notified Intel Corp. and other tech companies that it is revoking licenses to do business with China's Huawei Technologies Co. and rejecting new license applications, Reuters reported Sunday.

: Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene gets 12-hour Twitter suspension for ‘multiple’ violations

Greene, a Georgia Republican and a supporter of the QAnon conspiracy theory, has repeatedly posted incendiary comments and false claims about fraud in the presidential election.

: GitHub admits error in firing Jewish employee who warned colleagues to ‘stay safe’ from Nazis amid Capitol riot

GitHub apologized and offered a former employee his job back Sunday, after an investigation found "significant errors of judgment and procedure" after the employee, who is Jewish, was fired for warning colleagues to watch out for Nazis on the day of the Capitol riot.

The Wall Street Journal: Prior to Capitol riot, Proud Boys took Trump’s words as call to action

On Jan. 3, three days before the attack on the Capitol, Enrique Tarrio, the leader of the far-right organization known as the Proud Boys, shared a cryptic post on the messaging app Telegram: “What if we invade it?”

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