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Transportation Secretary Pete ButtigiegPete ButtigiegSunday shows preview: Supply chain crisis threaten holiday sales; uncertainty over whether US can sustain nationwide downward trend in COVID-19 cases Buttigieg hits back after parental leave criticism: 'Really strange' The Hill's 12:30 Report - Presented by The Conference of Presidents of Major Italian American Organizations - US opens to vaccinated visitors as FDA panel discusses boosters MORE said on Sunday that supply chain woes plaguing the global distribution of goods could last into 2022.

Buttigieg also said he would not apologize to Tucker CarlsonTucker CarlsonButtigieg hits back after parental leave criticism: 'Really strange' The Hill's 12:30 Report - Presented by The Conference of Presidents of Major Italian American Organizations - US opens to vaccinated visitors as FDA panel discusses boosters Tucker Carlson mocks Buttigieg over paternity leave MORE after the Fox News host criticized him for taking time from running the Transportation Department to care for two newly-adopted children.

Meanwhile, chief medical adviser Anthony FauciAnthony FauciSunday shows preview: Supply chain crisis threaten holiday sales; uncertainty over whether US can sustain nationwide downward trend in COVID-19 cases The CDC's Title 42 order fuels racism and undermines public health Advocates step up pressure on Biden to end controversial Title 42 MORE took to the Sunday political shows to speak of the importance of people being fully vaccinated in order to safely celebrate the holidays with family and that Americans who remain unvaccinated put the country at risk of having a fifth wave of COVID-19 during the winter months. He also addressed an order by Republican Texas Gov. Greg AbbottGreg AbbottSunday shows preview: Supply chain crisis threaten holiday sales; uncertainty over whether US can sustain nationwide downward trend in COVID-19 cases Mike Siegel: Potential McConaughey candidacy a 'sideshow' in Texas governor race On The Money — Big businesses side with Biden in Texas vaccine standoff MORE that banned vaccine mandates in his state, calling the move "unfortunate."

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Buttigieg says supply chain troubles could last into next year
By JOSEPH CHOI
 
 
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on Sunday said supply chain issues could continue into next year as many companies continue to struggle with disruptions.


"Well, certainly, a lot of the challenges that we have been experiencing this year will continue into next year," Buttigieg said. "But there are both short-term and long-term steps that we can take to do something about it. Look, part of what's happening isn't just the supply side. It's the demand side. Demand is off the charts. Retail sales are through the roof."
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Buttigieg: 'I'm not going to apologize to Tucker Carlson'
BY JOSEPH CHOI
 
Pete Buttigieg says he's "not going to apologize to Tucker Carlson" for going on paternity leave from the Transportation Department to care for his adopted two children. 
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Fauci says Americans can enjoy holidays with family if fully vaccinated
BY CAROLINE VAKIL
 
Fauci explained that when the level of COVID-19 transmission is down, fueled by the vaccines, he believed “there’s no reason at all” why families could not gather together as they had previously done during the pandemic.
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Paid family leave is 'not a vacation,' Buttigieg says
BY CAROLINE VAKIL
 
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, who welcomed the birth of adopted twins last month, said on Sunday that paid family leave is “not a vacation.”
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Fauci calls Abbott's ban on vaccine mandates 'unfortunate'
BY MONIQUE BEALS 
 
White House chief medical adviser Anthony Fauci called Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's executive order banning vaccine mandates "unfortunate" in a Sunday interview, saying mandates would help end the coronavirus pandemic in the United States.
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Kinzinger defends not supporting voting rights act: 'Democrats have to quit playing politics'
BY JOSEPH CHOI 
 
"Look, you can call a bill the Voting Rights Act, and then left-wing Twitter goes nuts about this by the way, and they can say you voted against voting rights without even look into the details," the Illinois Republican said.
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Fauci says unvaccinated create danger of fifth COVID-19 wave
BY CAROLINE VAKIL
 
President BidenJoe BidenPressure grows for breakthrough in Biden agenda talks State school board leaves national association saying they called parents domestic terrorists Sunday shows preview: Supply chain crisis threaten holiday sales; uncertainty over whether US can sustain nationwide downward trend in COVID-19 cases MORE’s chief medical adviser Anthony Fauci said on Sunday that unvaccinated Americans could pose a threat to the country's progress on the COVID-19 pandemic, potentially incurring a fifth wave of COVID-19 infections.
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GOP governor: Re-litigating 2020 'recipe for disaster' in midterms
BY CAROLINE VAKIL
 
Arkansas Gov. Asa HutchinsonAsa HutchinsonSunday shows preview: Supply chain crisis threaten holiday sales; uncertainty over whether US can sustain nationwide downward trend in COVID-19 cases Sarah Huckabee Sanders raises over million for Arkansas gubernatorial run Arkansas governor allows COVID-19 vaccine mandate opt-out bill to become law MORE (R) said on Sunday that former President Donald TrumpDonald TrumpMcAuliffe takes tougher stance on Democrats in Washington Democrats troll Trump over Virginia governor's race Tom Glavine, Ric Flair, Doug Flutie to join Trump for Herschel Walker event MORE’s repeated efforts to challenge the results of last year's presidential elction could be a disaster for Republican candidates in next years midterms.
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Fauci doesn't think politics got in way of FDA booster approvals
BY MONIQUE BEALS
 
"I’m not so sure the politics got ahead of it," Fauci said on Fox News Sunday in response to a direct question from host Chris WallaceChristopher (Chris) WallaceFox News signs book deal with HarperCollins GOP leader's remarks on Fox underscore Trump's power The Memo: Anti-democratic fears rise as GOP stokes election doubts  MORE.
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Over 28,000 Amazon users and 11,000 users of Amazon Web Services reported outages on Tuesday morning.

Almost 800 issues were reported by about 10:30, with over 28,000 users having trouble by around noon. By 12:30 p.m., almost 11,000 users had reported issues with the website. Users of AWS also experienced problems, with over 11,000 issues reported with the site at 11:14 a.m., according to Downdetector .

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