Good morning everyone and if you’re in New York City this morning please remember to bundle up on the way to work and your kids on the way to school. It is currently 18 degrees throughout the boroughs.
- What’s on TV tonight?
Tonight we’re wrapping up The Manny on Netflix. The Manny as the name suggests is about a man who becomes a nanny for a rich family, although not everything is as it seems as the family ranch becomes a target by greedy financiers calling to collect unpaid debts.
2. The first deal between Hamas and Israel has been reached since November.
Big news in Gaza today as news of a new deal between Hamas and Israel has been reached. According to reports, the deal means that humanitarian aid will reach hostages (medicine and others) in exchange for the same being provided to Palestinians. It is the latest deal in the ongoing war that seems to have no end in sight amid tens-of-thousands of deaths. Israel has faced increasing scrutiny over the death toll as the war drags on.
“Medicine along with other humanitarian aid is to be delivered to civilians in the Gaza Strip, in the most affected and vulnerable areas, in exchange for delivering medication needed for Israeli captives in Gaza,” the Qatari Ministry of Foreign Affairs revealed Tuesday in a statement according to CNN.
3. SCOTUS declines to take up the trans bathroom battle (at least for now.)
Culture wars among the rights involving trans bathroom rights have been stalled following reports that the Supreme Court has denied the chance to hear the case according to the AP.
4. 3 signs of frostbite and what you can do about it against the backdrop of deadly winter weather spanning much of America.
5. ABC is facing some issues with its next debate.
That’s because according to reports the network was forced to cancel the next set-up because Haley demanded Trump show up or she’s out. The network ended up cancelling the debate although Ron DeSantis has promised to still show up and debate empty podiums. Trump has largely not been to any of the Republican debates all the while staging his own ‘appearances’ throughout primary areas.