Wednesday’s news links – Jan. 26, 2022

Railroad contract talks, including BNSF, head for mediation Register-Mail

BNSF unions can’t strike over attendance policy, judge rules NBC


Cuba pledges 200 million vaccines

The Cuban government has announced advanced plans to deliver 200 million doses of homegrown Covid-19 vaccines to the Global South, described as “lifesaving” by the head of the Progressive International’s delegation to the Caribbean nation.

U.S. tops highest seven-day death average since last year Washington Post

More than 866,670 people in the United States have died from the coronavirus since the pandemic’s onset


Pelosi Trying to Rush Through Ukraine Defense Bill With ‘Crippling’ Anti-Russia Sanctions – Reports Sputnik

Goldman Sachs Warns Ukraine Conflict Risk Could Spark Doubling In EU NatGas Prices Tyler Durden

STRIPPING AWAY THE BULLS**T: U.S. and Russian Threats Over Ukraine—What They’re About and Who’s the Aggressor Covert Action

Moscow, Germany generally close in position on Nord Stream 2 — [Russian] ambassador Tass

Ukrainian defense minister sees no threat of Russian invasion in near future Tass

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