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- Pub names like the Snooty Fox, the Drunken Duck and the Black Dog may sound like drunken Mad Libs, but as Jon Wertheim reports this week, they offer a clue to every establishment’s story.
- Because of a court order, the Biden administration is required to reinstate the Trump-era policy of requiring asylum-seekers to wait in Mexico for their hearings.
- One of the Lucy probe's two solar arrays may not have fully deployed and locked in place after launch Saturday.
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- NASA launched its "Lucy" spacecraft from Cape Canaveral, Florida, early Saturday morning. Over the course of 12 years, the probe will explore a record-setting eight asteroids in a single mission. CBS News space consultant Bill Harwood joins CBSN to discuss what scientists hope to learn about the creation of our solar system from this mission.
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- The House committee investigating the January 6 attack on the Capitol is deciding if it will hold former president Trump's longtime adviser Steve Bannon in criminal contempt of congress. CBS News legal contributor and Loyola Law School professor Jessica Levinson joins CBSN to discuss more.
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- CBS News medical contributor Dr. David Agus addresses conerns about mixing vaccines with booster shots and if it is safe to celebrate the holidays in groups.
Apa yang harus dilakukan jika Anda tidak dapat membayar utang-utang Anda ?
Palmer yang tinggal di Amrik mengatakan untuk memanggil pemberi pinjaman Anda segera dan menggunakan “kata-kata ajaib” banyak perwakilan Layanan Pelanggan yang dilatih untuk mendengarkan, “jika Anda mengatakan Anda telah sakit, atau bahwa Anda telah kehilangan pekerjaan, atau menghadapi kesulitan lainnya-mereka benar mendengarkan mendengar Anda mengatakan Anda telah dipengaruhi oleh pandemi, khususnya dengan kesehatan atau kehilangan pekerjaan.” Beberapa pemberi pinjaman adalah membiarkan orang mengesampingkan pembayaran selama tiga bulan dan menggonggong itu pada akhir hipotek mereka, sementara yang lain mengatakan orang yang mereka harus membayar penuh ketika tiga bulan ke atas. Tidak peduli apa, Palmer mengatakan, “Anda harus menjadi orang pertama yang mengambil langkah pertama dan membuat panggilan itu.”
What to do if you can’t pay your mortgage
Palmer says to call your lender right away and use the “magic words” many customer service representatives are trained to listen for, “if you say you have been sick, or that you’ve lost work, or are facing other hardships – they are actually listening to hear you say you have been impacted by the pandemic, specifically with health or job loss.” Some lenders are letting people waive payments for three months and tacking it on to the end of their mortgage, while others are telling people they have to pay in full when the three months are up. No matter what, Palmer says, “you have to be the first one to take that first step and make that call.”