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It’s been a dramatic day again in the US When the FBI warned of more violent conflicts, the ASX remained flat despite heavy losses on Wall Street and COVID-19 cases in NSW rose again to five.

Here are the things you need to know from the day so far:

Donald Trump did not speak to Mike Pence for days after inciting a riot that led to the assault on the Capitol building.
Donald Trump did not speak to Mike Pence for days after inciting a riot that led to the assault on the Capitol building. (AP)

ASX ends flat during the day, Australian dollar falls

These were the biggest winners and losers of the day:

  • Australian stocks have marginally finished in the red, down 18.1 percent or 0.3 percent.
  • The Australian dollar is currently buying 77 US cents, and it has hardly gained or lost value during the day.
  • The biggest stock winner was Avita Therapeutics, which gained 15.26%.
  • The biggest loser in stocks was medical device maker Polynovo, which fell 12.98 percent on the day.

The great stories of Australia

Acting Prime Minister Michael McCormack gave a divisive interview this morning in which he criticized social media and the decision to ban Donald Trump on Twitter and Facebook.

He also described National Conservatives MP George Christensen as “a free spirit” after Christensen used his Facebook account to question the outcome of the United States elections.
Acting Prime Minister Michael McCormack described Conservative Nationals MP George Christensen as
Acting Prime Minister Michael McCormack described Conservative Nationals MP George Christensen as “a free spirit.” (Today)

A massive data breach has exposed a “huge trove” of information gleaned from more than 214 million Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn accounts, and stored on an insecure server, according to cybersecurity researchers.

In a report provided to 9News, SafetyDetectives’ cybersecurity team claims that around two million Australian social media users are among those found in a database owned by Chinese social media management company Socialarks.

What else is happening in the world?

Group of nuns and priests charged with kidnapping plot at the White House

Most read story of the day

We asked NSW Police for the 10 speeding tickets from 2020 cameras. The fastest was caught at 244 km / h in a stolen car. You can see everything speed camera photos in the gallery below:
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Top 10 Highest Speeds Recorded by NSW Cameras Last Year

Tim Paine has apologized for a “really poor game as a leader” in the third test, one that Indian cricket icon Sunil Gavaskar says could see the end of his Australian captaincy.

Paine had a nasty verbal battle with Indian star Ravi Ashwin on day five at SCG, as well as losing three catches and setting up questionable fields when the match ended in a draw, despite Australia’s strong prospects for victory.

Tim Paine of Australia reacts after dropping a catch off Hanuma Vihari of India.
Tim Paine of Australia reacts after dropping a catch off Hanuma Vihari of India. (Getty)

“I want to apologize for the way I did things yesterday. I am someone who takes pride in the way I lead this team and yesterday was a bad reflection of the team,” Paine said.

“I let the pressure of the game get to me. It affected my mood and from there it affected my performance.”

And if you’re looking for something to distract yourself from the news, see if you can beat the crossword nine.com.au here (Hint, 1 across is also an iconic Australian kids movie)


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