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Here are the top news and stories in entertainment, sports, technology, gadgets genre from November 8, 2021 :
1. 4 astronauts splashdown off Florida coast in SpaceX capsule
November 8, 2021 The crew of one Japanese, one French and two American astronauts spent nearly 200 days on the International Space Station, conducting science experiments and performing spacewalks.
2. Photos: Loved ones reunite as U.S. reopens to international travelers
November 8, 2021 The U.S. lifted travel restrictions from countries including Mexico, Canada and most of Europe after more than a year and a half.
3. The Milwaukee Bucks are the first NBA champions to visit the White House since 2016
November 8, 2021 Members of the Golden State Warriors and Toronto Raptors, who won recent championships, had declined to visit President Donald Trump, while the Lakers’ visit was canceled because of COVID protocols.
4. A woman recalls the deadly car attack at the Charlottesville rally organizers’ trial
November 8, 2021 Marissa Blair took the stand in a lawsuit that seeks to hold the organizers of the Unite the Right rally accountable for the violence that erupted. She described a scene of “complete terror.”
5. Blocked for now, Biden’s vaccine-or-test rule for workers faces uncertain future
November 8, 2021 The Biden administration says it will defend its rule requiring some 84 million workers to get vaccinated or undergo weekly testing. More than two dozen states have sued to stop it.
6. Virginia school revisits its history as a polio vaccine trailblazer with COVID clinic
November 8, 2021 Franklin Sherman Elementary was the first school to administer the polio vaccine to kids in 1954. Now it’s once again at the forefront, hosting a COVID-19 vaccine event with first lady Jill Biden.
7. A study links facing discrimination at a young age with future mental health issues
November 8, 2021 And the risks may be cumulative. UCLA researchers found that those who faced more incidents of discrimination had an even higher risk of future health problems.
8. Jan. 6 panel issues new wave of subpoenas for ex-Trump officials
November 8, 2021 Six Trump allies, including Michael Flynn and John Eastman, were issued subpoenas tied to their efforts “to overturn the results of the 2020 election,” the panel said.
9. Migrants aided by Belarus try to push across Polish border
November 8, 2021 A large group of migrants sought to push their way over the border from Belarus into Poland. European Union leaders accuse the Belarusian government of organizing the illegal passage of migrants.
10. U.S. indicts 2 men behind major ransomware attacks
November 8, 2021 The attacks shut down a meat processing plant and an internet software provider earlier this year.