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Today’s Headlines

8:45 AM PST on December 21, 2020

    • Relief bill offers little help (CityLab)
    • Hospitals brace for the worst (LA Times)
    • COVID rages through L.A. supermarket staffs (LA Times)
    • People are still traveling for the holidays (AP)
    • "Essential workers" are trapped (New Republic)
    • Farmworkers have a hard time quarantining (CalMatters)
    • Pandemic spurs job growth in Inland Empire warehousing industry (Press-Enterprise)
    • Cars have become much safer, but only for people inside them. Finally, a car company begins to address that (Fast Company)
    • Japanese traffic jam traps people for days (CNN)
    • The bike boom is real, and can be sustained (The Verge)
    • 2020 was the hottest year on record (CapRadio)

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