A&G's Hot Links: The Wednesday December 9 Edition


ARMSTRONG & GETTY'S HOT LINKS!

Headlines, columns and drivel covered during the A&G Show.

Wednesday, December 9, 2020.

Find Your Place in the Vaccine Line

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Carney: Biden embraces the military-industrial complex over civilian control

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Companies part of group founded by CA governor collectively get nearly $3 million in PPP loans, data shows

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At least three Bay Area counties raise grocery store capacity limits to 35%

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The risk of getting coronavirus at Bay Area schools is low. So why is fear of returning still so high?

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As U.K. Begins Vaccinations, a Glimpse of Life After Covid

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Chinese vaccine is 86 percent effective, says U.A.E., where trials were held.

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As U.K. gives first coronavirus vaccine shots, Bay Area poised to follow as soon as next week

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Portland mayor authorizes ‘all lawful means’ to clear protesters from occupied area on Mississippi Ave.

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10,000 of America's restaurants are expected to close in the next three weeks

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Covid-19 becomes personal in a South Dakota town as neighbors die and the town debates a mask mandate

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San Mateo County Health Officer Dr. Scott Morrow defends decision to remain open

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Idaho health board meeting halted after ‘intense protests’

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How the pandemic is complicating taxes for millions of Americans

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Numerous Sporting Events Face Cancelation...

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With the spike in online shopping comes a spike in consumer data. What are retailers doing with it?

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Facing trial, a billionaire wants to end his backyard feud. His neighbor’s lawyer calls it a ‘desperate stunt’.

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Zappos founder Tony Hsieh’s life reportedly spiraled into drugs and partying

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Former ‘throuple’ pol Katie Hill wins restraining order against ex-husband