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Twitter poll advises Musk to sell 10% of his Tesla stock
Tesla owner Elon Musk on Saturday started a Twitter poll asking followers if he should sell 10% of his stake in the electric car company. Nearly 58% of the 3.5 million Twitter users who participated in the poll voted for the sale.
Protests in Poland over pregnant woman’s death
People protested in Warsaw and other cities in Poland against the country's abortion law, which they claim led to the death of a pregnant woman with medical problems. Iza, 30, died in Pszczyna, Poland, as the hospital allegedly held off terminating the pregnancy despite her fetus not having sufficient amniotic fluid to survive.
At least 8 dead at Texas concert
At least eight people died, and several were injured in a crowd surge during a performance by rapper Travis Scott. The incident took place at Astroworld, which has been an annual event held at NRG Park since 2018.
Climate activists protest in Glasgow, UK
Thousands of protestors walked the streets Saturday in Glasgow, UK, to urge world leaders to take urgent action to combat the climate crisis and address environmental issues. The Scottish city is hosting the COP26 climate summit.
Elon Musk asks Twitter followers for their opinion on selling Tesla stock
On Saturday, Tesla Inc CEO Elon Musk asked his 62.5 million Twitter followers in a poll if he should sell 10% of his Tesla stock. In a tweet, Musk wrote, "Much is made lately of unrealized gains being a means of tax avoidance, so I propose selling 10% of my Tesla stock."
NFL player Aaron Rodgers tests Covid positive, will sit out game at Kansas City
Green Bay Packers quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, will not play Sunday because he tested positive for Covid-19. According to, he received homeopathic treatment for COVID-19 immunization and asked the NFL to consider that as being vaccinated. The league, however, did not.
Passengers flee after plane lands in Mallorca
Palma de Mallorca, Spain, shut down for almost four hours on Friday after the unauthorized disembarkment of 21 passengers from a plane in Mallorca, Spain. An Air Arabia Maroc flight between Casablanca and Istanbul made an emergency landing on account of a passenger who fell ill.
Study results say Pfizer pill is effective
Clinical trials results indicate that a pill to treat Covid-19, developed by Pfizer, reduces the risk of hospitalization or death by 89% in vulnerable adults. Due to the overwhelming efficacy visible in the results, Pfizer will stop further enrolment into the study.
Colin Powell honored for his service
Colin Powell, soldier-diplomat and the first African-American secretary of state, was honored on Friday at his funeral service held at the Washington National Cathedral. Powell, 84, died on October 18 of Covid-19 complications - He was fully vaccinated.
US sees strong job growth with increased hiring
According to the Labor Department's jobs report released on November 5th, non-farm payroll employment rose by 531,000 in October, and the unemployment rate dropped 0.2 percentage points to 4.6% Last month's jobs report showed a gain of 194,000 jobs, revised up in the current report to 312,000, while August's 366,000 number was revised up to 483,000.