Elections, World Series, coronavirus news & more: What’s trending today

A look at some of the top headlines trending online today around the world including what last night’s election results mean for Democrats and Republicans going forward, the latest coronavirus updates and much more.

Top stories

Takeaways from Tuesday’s elections: Bad omens for Democrats (AP)

New Jersey’s governor’s race is too close to call (NY Times)

Michelle Wu becomes first woman and person of color elected mayor of Boston, AP projects (NBC)

Democrats on cusp of sweeping deal on Biden agenda (The Hill)

Minneapolis voters reject ballot measure to dismantle police and replace with new agency (CBS News)

Kyle Rittenhouse trial begins: Key takeaways from Day 1 (ABC)

Coronavirus news

CDC panel approves COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11 (AP)

When can kids under 12 get the COVID-19 vaccine? What parents need to know (CBS)

How the military is handling troops who refuse coronavirus vaccines (US News)

Missionary brought first case of coronavirus to Tonga (Salt Lake Tribune)

Jason Momoa Tests Positive for Coronavirus After Dune Premiere in London (E! Online)

Other trending headlines

Atlanta Braves win 2021 World Series, Georgia Bulldogs No. 1: Sports world reacts for a big night for Georgia sports (ESPN)

Here’s what this year’s Starbucks holiday cups look like (CNN)

Raiders release Henry Ruggs ahead of Giants game after deadly car crash, felony DUI charge (NJ.com)

Yahoo pulls out of China, citing ‘challenging’ environment (AP)

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