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WBEZ’s Weekly News Recap: Dec. 3, 2021
Illinois is in the midst of a COVID surge, surpassing 11,000 new cases for the first time this year, while newly released standardized test scores show the impact the pandemic had on learning. Plus, the latest on the criminal trial of actor Jussie Smollet. Reset goes behind the headlines on the Weekly News Recap.
Spotify ‘Wrapped Lists' Are Out For 2021
Spotify Wrapped lists are out. What songs did you listen to this year? Which did you turn to just get you through it? We break out our playlists and share our favorite tracks, ear worms and guilty pleasures as the year winds down.
Future Of Roe v. Wade Hangs On Today’s Supreme Court Arguments In Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization
On the heels of the opening oral arguments in the biggest challenge to Roe v. Wade that has come before the Supreme Court, Reset asks local leaders and experts about their reactions.
One Day To Go And Chicago Aldermen Are No Closer To A Ward Remap Agreement
There’s one day left before Chicago City Council members have to pass the final remap of Chicago’s 50 wards. A heated battle between the city’s Black and Latino caucuses have forced both sides to give ground in time for the final vote. Reset checks in on where things stand.
What We Know About The Omicron Variant
A new strain of COVID-19 has been detected in at least 15 countries. Reset checks in with a New York Times science reporter for the latest on the Omicron variant and how the U.S. is preparing for its arrival.
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Thanksgiving 2021: Avoid The Fights And Pass The Potatoes
When we see relatives and friends at the Thanksgiving table this year, the conversation may turn to politics, the pandemic, social and racial justice, and other topics where people don’t always agree.
Reset talks to a conflict resolution specialist about setting boundaries with loved ones and strategies to diffuse dinner-table squabbles.