Norah O’Donnell in danger of losing anchor at ‘CBS Evening News’

Norah O’Donnell in danger of losing anchor at ‘CBS Evening News’

Norah O’Donnell is in danger of losing the top spot on “CBS Evening News” as cost-saving board members of the radio and television giant are quietly searching for her replacement among declining ratings, The Post has learned. The 47-year-old news anchor – who muscled herself into the evening slot machine in 2019 when she escaped … Read more

Norah O’Donnell in danger of losing anchor at ‘CBS Evening News’

Norah O’Donnell in danger of losing anchor at ‘CBS Evening News’

Norah O’Donnell is in danger of losing the top spot on “CBS Evening News” as cost-saving board members of the radio and television giant are quietly searching for her replacement among declining ratings, The Post has learned. The 47-year-old news anchor – who muscled herself into the evening slot machine in 2019 when she escaped … Read more

Predictors say heavy rain, strong winds on their way to several areas of Quebec

Predictors say heavy rain, strong winds on their way to several areas of Quebec

MONTREAL – Weather officials are warning of the potential for flooding in several areas of Quebec, including Montreal. Precipitation over 50 millimeters is expected to extend from Monday evening to Wednesday. The special weather forecast issued on Sunday morning affects the following areas: Metro Montreal – Laval Mont-Tremblant-Sainte-Agathe area Vaudreuil area Valleyfield – Beauharnois area … Read more

‘Protect the Loose Outdoor Things’: Parts of Utah under strong wind warning Sunday through Monday

‘Protect the Loose Outdoor Things’: Parts of Utah under strong wind warning Sunday through Monday

Snow covers the mountains during a snowstorm in the early season of Little Cottonwood Canyon on October 14 (Kristin Murphy, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes SALT LAKE CITY – After rain and snow on Saturday, the National Weather Service says winds are rising on Sunday night, leading to a stronger storm Monday with … Read more

Quebec unveils curriculum reform to replace previous program of ethics and religious culture

Quebec unveils curriculum reform to replace previous program of ethics and religious culture

MONTREAL – Quebec unveiled a revision of its curriculum on Sunday with a new program that promises “a better understanding of our culture,” according to the Secretary of Education. The new program called “Culture and Quebec Citizenship” replaces the previous program for ethics and religious culture, also known as the ERC. Education Minister Jean-François Roberge … Read more

NFL Locals: Injuries plague pro Utahns in Week 7, including Jets QB Zach Wilson

NFL Locals: Injuries plague pro Utahns in Week 7, including Jets QB Zach Wilson

New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson (2) is escorted to the locker room after an apparent injury in the first half of an NFL football game against the New England Patriots on Sunday, October 24, 2021 in Foxborough, Mass. (Steven Senne, Associated Press) Estimated reading time: 8-9 minutes AROUND THE BLAME – No one outside … Read more

Around the world in 270 days? Royal Caribbean announces 9-month cruise to 150 destinations

Royal Caribbean Cruises liner Serenade of the Sea shown here in France. (Jean-Francois Monier, AFP, Getty Images) Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes ATLANTA-It would have been unthinkable 12 months ago when the cruise industry was spooled by the effects of COVID-19, but one operator now offers an epic new journey that will last nine months … Read more

Brain fog in COVID-19 patients can persist for several months, even in those who were not hospitalized, study finds

A sign reminds festival-goers to monitor themselves for possible coronavirus symptoms at the entrance to the Princess of Wales Theater on day one of the Toronto International Film Festival in 2021, on September 9 in Toronto (Chris Pizzello, Invision, AP) Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes ATLANTA-Cognitive impairment — described as fog in the brain — … Read more

Two candidates from the Mouvement Montreal drop out of the local elections

MONTREAL – Two candidates from the Montreal Movement have withdrawn from Montreal on November 7. Hochelaga candidate Jean-Philippe Martin and Maisonneuve-Longue-Pointe candidate Sylvain Medzalabenleth are no longer running according to Election Montreal. Both candidates ran in the Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve district. The two former Mouvement candidates are the latest to drop out of the party led by … Read more

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