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Here are the top news and stories in entertainment, sports, technology, gadgets genre from November 8, 2021 :
1. Strict mandate takes effect in LA. Business patrons must show proof of vaccination
November 8, 2021 Los Angeles is among a growing number of cities across the U.S., including San Francisco and New York City, requiring people show proof of vaccination to enter various types of businesses and venues.
2. A broken toilet on SpaceX capsule means astronauts will return to Earth in diapers
November 7, 2021 NASA astronaut Megan McArthur called the situation “sub-optimal,” but says the crew’s four astronauts are “prepared to deal with it.” They will return home after spending nearly 200 days in space.
3. ‘Nimblewill Nomad,’ 83, is the oldest to hike the Appalachian Trail
November 7, 2021 M.J. Eberhart, who goes by the trail name of Nimblewill Nomad, hiked the entire 2,193-mile trail. Eberhart finds a sense of calm in the company of the tight-knit and diverse hiking community.
4. A girl was rescued by police after she used a distress signal popularized on TikTok
November 7, 2021 A campaign called the “Signal for Help” spread across social media in the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic as a way for domestic abuse victims to seek help using a nonverbal cue.
5. How did the enslaved workers of Pompeii live? A new discovery provides a rare glimpse
November 7, 2021 Archaeologists working to uncover a wealthy villa on the outskirts of the ancient city have found a dormitory for workers, providing important insight into daily life.
6. The U.S. Navy has christened a ship named after slain gay rights leader Harvey Milk
November 7, 2021 Milk served in the Navy in the 1950s, but was discharged after being questioned about his sexual orientation. He became the first openly gay elected official in California before his death in 1978.
7. Astro, a founding member of the reggae group UB40, has died at age 64
November 7, 2021 The artist, born Terence Wilson, sang about issues of racism and poverty in the music of the pioneering reggae band.
8. In Iraq’s famed marshlands, climate change is upending a way of life
November 7, 2021 Drought and extreme heat that scientists link to climate change are altering the UNESCO-protected marshlands. Iraq’s average annual temperatures are increasing at nearly double the rate of Earth’s.
9. He always wanted a Ph.D. in physics. He finally earned it at 89
November 7, 2021 “I always had this dream: Gee, someday I would like to become a physicist,” said Manfred Steiner. But after World War II, he followed his family’s advice to become a doctor.
10. A food lover faces an unimaginable choice: Give up her stomach or risk a fatal cancer
November 7, 2021 Cooking and sharing elaborate meals was her joy. Then she learned a mutation in her genes puts her at extremely high risk of gastric cancer. Could she lose her stomach to save her life?