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CANARSIE, Brooklyn — A man was fighting for his life early Thursday after being shot in the head ... NY COVID latest: Thursday, January 13, 2022.

Italy will mark the 10th anniversary of the Costa Concordia cruise ship disaster on Thursday with a daylong commemoration.

Thirty-two people died when the ship slammed into a reef and capsized off the Tuscan island of Giglio.


Johnson apologized on Wednesday for attending a "bring your own booze" party in the garden of the prime minister's Downing Street office and residence in May 2020.

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WASHINGTON — The House panel investigating the U.S. Capitol riot ... shifting their investigation to a top ally of former President Donald Trump ...
This is a sign that the investigation is increasing touching some of the most powerful figures in the Republican Party.
The House panel investigating the U.S. Capitol insurrection requested an interview and records from House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy on ...
The House select committee investigating the January 6 riot is asking Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, a California Republican, to voluntarily ...
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Voice of America: US Cancer Death Rate Drops by a Third Since 1991
The risk of dying from cancer in the United States has fallen by nearly a third in three decades, thanks to earlier diagnoses, better treatments and less smoking, an analysis said Wednesday.  The cancer death rate for men and women fell 32% from its peak in 1991 to 2019, the American Cancer Society said in its annual report.  The drop represents about 3.5 million total deaths averted. "This success is largely because of fewer people smoking, which resulted in declines in lung and other smoking-related cancers," the report said, adding that lung cancer causes more deaths than any other kind.  And the rate of decline is accelerating, data show. In the 1990s, the risk dropped 1% yearly. Between 2015 and 2019, the rate shrank twice as fast, about 2% a year.  "Accelerating declines in the cancer death rate show the power of prevention, screening, early diagnosis, treatment and our overall potential to move closer to a world without cancer," the cancer society report said.  "In recent years, more people with lung cancer are being diagnosed when the cancer is at an early stage and living longer as a result," it added.  In 2004, only 21% of people diagnosed with lung cancer were still alive after three years. In 2018, the number grew to 31%.  Disparities persist Improving treatments and early screening are also helping to decrease death rates, but disparities in cancer outcomes persist.  The cancer society reports that cancer survival rates are lower for Black people than for white people across almost every type of cancer. Black women are 41% more likely to die of breast cancer than white women, even though they are 4% less likely to get it.  And American Indians and Alaska Natives have the highest liver cancer incidence of any major racial/ethnic group in the United States — a risk more than double that in white people.  The cancer society attributes the gap to "inequities in wealth, education and overall standard of living," stemming from "historical and persistent structural racism and discriminatory practices."  Additionally, the COVID-19 pandemic "greatly reduced" people's ability to access cancer services, including prevention, detection and treatments, the organization said. "These delays in care will probably worsen cancer disparities given the unequal burden the pandemic is having on communities of color," the report warned, adding that the numbers do not account for the toll of the pandemic because the most recent data available are from 2019.  Cancer is the second most common cause of death in the United States behind heart disease.  In 2022, the cancer society expects 1.9 million new cancer cases and nearly 610,000 deaths, or about 1,670 deaths a day.  According to the organization, 42% of the predicted cancer cases are "potentially avoidable," since they can be caused by smoking, excess body weight, drinking alcohol, poor nutrition and physical inactivity.  President Joe Biden, who lost his son Beau to brain cancer in 2015, wanted to make the fight against the disease a priority in his presidency, but it has so far been largely eclipsed by efforts to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.


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The House panel investigating the U.S. Capitol insurrection requested an interview and records from House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy on Wednesday, shifting their investigation to a top ally of former President Donald Trump in Congress.  Representative Bennie Thompson, Democratic chairman of the panel, requested that McCarthy provide information to the nine-member panel regarding the violence that took place last January and his communications with former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows in the days prior to the attack. "We also must learn about how the President's plans for January 6th came together, and all the other ways he attempted to alter the results of the election," Thompson said in the letter. "For example, in advance of January 6th, you reportedly explained to Mark Meadows and the former President that objections to the certification of the electoral votes on January 6th 'was doomed to fail.'"  The request seeks information about McCarthy's conversations with Trump "before, during and after" the riot, with lawmakers seeking a window into Trump's state of mind from an ally who has acknowledged repeated interactions with the then-president. The committee also wants to question McCarthy about communications with Trump and White House staff in the week after the violence, including a conversation with Trump that was reportedly heated.  The committee acknowledged the sensitive and unusual nature of its request as it proposed a meeting with McCarthy on either February 3 or 4. "The Select Committee has tremendous respect for the prerogatives of Congress and the privacy of its Members," Thompson wrote. "At the same time, we have a solemn responsibility to investigate fully the facts and circumstances of these events.  A request for comment from McCarthy's office was not immediately returned. McCarthy attracted the committee's attention through his public characterizations after the riot of his private discussions with Trump. Thompson's letter cites multiple statements and interviews in which McCarthy described his interactions with the president, including a CBS interview in which McCarthy said, "I was very clear with the president when I called him. This has to stop, and he has to go to the American public and tell them to stop this."  One of his Republican colleagues, Representative Jaime Herrera Beutler, has said McCarthy told her that Trump told him, "Well, Kevin, I guess these people are more upset about the election than you are."  The Republican leader is the third member of Congress the committee has reached out to for voluntary information. In the past few weeks, Republican Representatives Jim Jordan and Scott Perry were also contacted by the panel but have denied the requests to sit down with lawmakers or provide documents. The panel, comprised of seven Democrats and two Republicans, has already interviewed more than 300 people and issued subpoenas to more than 40 as it seeks to create a comprehensive record of the January 6 attack and the events leading up to it. The committee says the extraordinary trove of material it has collected — 35,000 pages of records so far, including texts, emails and phone records from people close to Trump — is fleshing out critical details of the worst attack on the Capitol in two centuries, which played out on live television. Thompson told The Associated Press in an interview last month that about 90% of the witnesses subpoenaed by the committee have cooperated, despite the defiance of high-profile Trump allies like Meadows and Steve Bannon. Lawmakers say they have been effective at gathering information from other sources in part because they share a unity of purpose rarely seen in a congressional investigation.


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Talks between Russia and NATO don't seem to have defused tensions on Ukrainian border  NPR
Putin says Russia has two weeks to prepare for Omicron wave  Manila Bulletin
Brooklyn duo collaborate on new independent film

A new film about a small-town, not-very-ambitious young woman whose lifestyle is challenged when her corporate-type brother comes to town will premiere later this month at the Slamdance Film Festival, a venue for independent films that takes place in Park City, Utah, at the same time as Sundance. The film, “Hannah Ha Ha,” is produced […]

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