December 14, 2020

Today is “D” Day when it comes to ‘definitively declaring’ Joe Biden winner of the 2020 presidential election. Electoral College voters meet to cast votes for their respective states. Do we really think Trump and his followers will accept it? It’s also D Day when it comes to nationwide delivery of the vaccine. Yet, how do we know when we can trust the vaccine?; Could Latino voters make the difference in Georgia run-off Senate race?; A total solar eclipse is happening over Chile and Argentina today and NASA plans to livestream coverage of the event in Spanish; Mexican archeologists made another Aztec discovery. Go beyond the headlines…

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