Erin Burnett

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all the criticisms of "missing white woman syndrome" in the media are 100% on point, but in this case, print and tv media were desperately trying to catch up to social media. the reason the media devotes time and attention to these stories is because people are interested in them
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For example, how many people know about the different flu vaccine “brands”, also based on different technology platforms?
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Same thing at Target. Clothes bare…laundry detergent…dishwasher detergent…Aveeno cleansers. It’s odd things but the overall feeling is shelves like the day before a hurricane. twitter.com/SeanTrende/sta…
A thorough debunking of every Trump Georgia allegation, from lifelong GOP @GaSecofState - vimeo.com/610232060/5059…
And the answer is no. @GaSecofState tells me: “The ballots themselves are approved and lawful ballots”. And- broken record alert- “At the end of the day, President Trump came up short in Georgia.” He says integrity matters. I hope he’s right. twitter.com/sebgorka/statu…
If you live in NY, LA, San Fran and want to join Airbnb as a host to help refugees - @bchesky says he needs more in your cities specifically. airbnb.org
“I don’t think CEOs are going to dictate how people work in the future…**employees** are going to drive the future”. And they want flexibility on where they work - @bchesky says after compensation, flexibility will be 2nd biggest competitive point in hiring talent
If mandates don’t work, this might: Kaiser reports 72% of US healthcare plans are no longer waiving Covid-19 treatment cost (as of 8/31). Context: Medicare has estimated covid hospitalizations average $24K in costs. Get ready to pay if you don’t get vaccinated.
And CNN confirms Kristin’s reporting. Coroner says no gender or other details are available yet . twitter.com/KristinThorne/…
BREAKING: The Teton County coroner confirms they have dispatched resources to a body found in the national forest.
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Enjoyed reading the attached…drawn in by your perfectly phrased comment. Soul-crushing commutes return if the world buys into the “if you can go to restaurants you can be at work” view. I think that view misses the point and the reality and I hope more corporate leaders do, too. twitter.com/eramshaw/statu…
Northport FL Police Chief says his officers are at Brian Laundrie’s home right now. Summoned by Brian’s parents, who want to talk. Brian is not on premises. #GabbyPetito
Bolton lays out specifics as to why the calls make total sense to him. Including crucially - why Milley would phrase his promise not to attack the way he did. twitter.com/ambjohnbolton/…
The de-facto U.S. minimum wage is increasingly moving to $15, regardless of legislation. bloomberg.com/news/articles/…
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Was it…? And then we all knew the world had changed.
Until. In slow motion I see it still. I only remember it slow motion. United Airlines flight 175. Except on that glorious day, I didn’t realize it was a commercial plane. The sun hit striking the fuselage in such a way it seemed unmarked. It moved so slowly. With such intent.
It didn’t dawn on us. Despite saying look at the perfect weather. That this wasn’t a horrible tragedy of a plane malfunction.
Please maybe it was too early for everyone to be there?” Then - “it looks like a private plane. No, maybe the shuttle to Boston! Oh people were on that plane, they must have been so afraid…”
We ran to the other side of the floor. There it was. An ugly hole near the top of the world trade center. It was a wrong silence - watching it behind glass. Papers fluttering out. This angry fire. “There are people inside, people must have died!
On 9–11, I was a New Yorker at work a few blocks away from the twin towers when I heard BANG. My colleague and I stopped mid-motion. I said “a plane just crashed”. Nothing I ever heard before. But there was no question. We ran to the window. The perfect weather. Why? Where?
We watched the beautiful and powerful white dancers at Lincoln center like we have every year. It makes me sad that they get upset when I cry.
Yesterday was the first 9-11 I talked to my older children in detail about what happened. They’ve been asking so much about the Afghanistan war and Biden’s decision that it finally felt like time.
Amazon is offering to cover four-year college tuition for most of its approximately 750,000 hourly workers in the United States, the latest major employer to offer the perk to attract and retain hourly employees in a tight job market. cnn.it/2VvTmZ4
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NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio says only 72% of teachers are vaccinated ahead of 1st day of school. ONLY 72% of the people parents trust to teach their children things like - science.
“We’re dysfunctional as a city” says @ericadamsfornyc - tells me among other things ***”I believe every agency in this city can have a 3-5% cut in its budget.”***
Me to @ericadamsfornyc “Did you hear any specifics about what (Biden) is going to do for America’s largest city? Adams: **No, I did not. …I’m sure he’s going to back to DC with his team and come up with real ways of how we’re going to deal with this.”
This seems like an underappreciated point: COVID spread by *asymptomatic* vaccinated people is probably very uncommon. nytimes.com/article/breakt…
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Whether you smoke it, vape it or eat it as an edible, cannabis may be significantly increasing your risk of a heart attack. cnn.it/2WZcOy4
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One of the best parts of an Eastern Shore childhood was the Assateague ponies … I didn’t realize until years of the concrete jungle passed how much I took for granted. twitter.com/steveholland1/…
“I probably won’t.”—former President Trump, on whether he’ll get the booster shot for the Covid vaccine. wsj.com/articles/trump…
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How money will be used to try to curb the Taliban’s ruthless conduct - see below from ⁦@washingtonpost
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The claim that the Taliban executed a man via helicopter hanging - promoted by Sen. Ted Cruz, Rep. Dan Crenshaw, and numerous others on the right - has been thoroughly debunked. Here's the most thorough fact check so far, from @zoo_bear: altnews.in/does-the-video…
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“Whatever gains and weapons are left from the infidels…we will use that, against them. In the future, God willing, we will go to their land and destroy their countries”. Said today by Maulvi Zakerullah, Taliban commando to AFPTV
Governors who rant about fiscal responsibility are mandating vaccines, right? Medicare Reimbursement for vaccine - $150 Avg cost to hospitalize a Medicare beneficiary w/Covid-19: $21,752 (Annals of Internal Medicine)
Ghani’s flight described as most consequential event (this is a good read) - “The president had fled, not bothering to tell U.S. officials or even many of his own top lieutenants on his way out the palace door.” It remains jaw-dropping. washingtonpost.com/world/2021/08/…
Overnight, approx 12,500 people were evacuated from Kabul on 35 US military flights and 54 coalition flights, the White House says. The US has now facilitated the evacuation of 105,000 people since Aug. 14.
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Leon Panetta: "We're going to have to go back in, to get ISIS. And we'll probably have to go back in to get Al Qaeda... We can leave the battlefield, but we can't leave the war on terrorism." @ErinBurnett @OutFrontCNN
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I know #boosters are dominating headlines, but this graphic tells an important story. The dashed line is unvaccinated ppl in the hospital. Fully vaccinated ppl is the flat blue line. This is a reminder that when it comes to what matters most, the vaccines are doing their job. 1/2
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Being able to drop kids at school and they get vaccinated there would be a game changer. twitter.com/whereisdaz/sta…
Starting today, Airbnb will begin housing 20,000 Afghan refugees globally for free.
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Even as someone who works with data every day, it's rare to see a disrupted time series quite as stark as this. Rates of girls' education in Afghanistan collapsed to *zero* when Taliban took over in 1996, shattering progress up to that point. The question is what happens next
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