Japan airport deserted as borders shut over Omicron fears
Japan Tuesday confirmed its first case of the Omicron coronavirus variant, a day after authorities announced tougher border restrictions barring new foreign arrivals. Haneda airport was mostly deserted Tuesday with only a few people at the departure and arrival halls.news.yahoo.com
Supply chain crisis could disrupt holiday shopping
About 63 million Americans were expected to take part in Cyber Monday shopping despite potential shipping delays caused by supply chain backlogs. CBS News' Meg Oliver reports on the busiest online shopping day of the year. Then, Rob Handfield, the Bank of America university distinguished professor of supply chain management at North Carolina State University, joins CBSN with his expectations for the supply chain this holiday season and beyond.news.yahoo.com
Biden says Omicron variant is "not a cause for panic"
President Biden urged Americans to stay calm in response to the new COVID variant Omicron, saying it is "cause for concern, not a cause for panic." It is not yet clear whether the variant spreads more easily or causes more severe infections. Errol Barnett reports.news.yahoo.com
Britney Spears’ sister Jamie Lynn speaks out after conservatorship hearing
Britney Spears' sister Jamie Lynn speaks out after conservatorship hearing Britney spears and sister Jamie Lynn Spears at the 2017 Radio Disney Music Awards at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Saturday, April 29, 2017. (Image Group LA/Disney Channel/Walt Disney Television via Getty Images)LOS ANGELES — Jamie Lynn Spears is speaking out after her older sister, singer Britney Spears, called her conservatorship “abusive” in a Los Angeles Superior Court hearing last week. News, Jamie Lynn, 30, took to Instagram Stories on Monday to publicly address the issue and why she hadn’t said anything sooner. Under the current agreement, the sisters’ father, Jamie Spears, 68, is co-conservator of the pop star’s fortune, but he previously was able to control most aspects of her life, according to the news agency. “I’m traumatized; I’m not happy,” Britney said via phone at the hearing.wftv.com
Mo’Nique on women wearing bonnets, pajamas in public: ‘When did we lose our pride?’
Mo’Nique has a message for all the “queens” out there wearing bonnets at airports, but not everyone is feeling the unsolicited advice. On Saturday, the comedian and actress shared a video message to Black women asking them to stop wearing bonnets, slippers and pajamas in public spaces.news.yahoo.com
Royal feud escalates ahead of Meghan and Harry's Oprah interview
Royal feud escalates ahead of Meghan and Harry's Oprah interview In the latest escalation between the royal family and Meghan, the former actress tells Oprah that she feels liberated being able to make her own choices and speak for herself. Charlie D'Agata has a preview.cbsnews.com
Sofia Vergara highest-paid actress of 2020
Sofia Vergara is the world’s highest-paid actress, according to Forbes. The star reportedly made $43 million this year thanks to her small-screen roles. Forbes reports Vergara made more than $500,000 dollars per episode for her role on ABC’s “Modern Family.”She also inked a deal as a judge on “America’s Got Talent” worth at least $10 million each season. In second place was Hollywood veteran Angelina Jolie who made a reported $35 million this year. The $31 million Gal Gadot was allegedly paid in 2020 which puts her in the third spot on Forbes' list.