Waukesha Parade Grief, Fed Chair Rerun?, Austria's New COVID Lockdown : Up First Waukesha, Wisconsin mourns five who died when an SUV struck the city's Christmas parade. Lawmakers react to President Biden tapping Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell for a second term. And Austria becomes the first European country to impose a new national lockdown to fight surging COVID infections.

Waukesha Parade Grief, Fed Chair Rerun?, Austria's New COVID Lockdown

Waukesha Parade Grief, Fed Chair Rerun?, Austria's New COVID Lockdown

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Waukesha, Wisconsin mourns five who died when an SUV struck the city's Christmas parade. Lawmakers react to President Biden tapping Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell for a second term. And Austria becomes the first European country to impose a new national lockdown to fight surging COVID infections.