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In the city that changes the world geo san francisco oakland san jose the next generation of go station now on the amazon alexa open the k g o eight ten skill afternoon i'm nikki medoro president trump's decision to withdraw from the iran nuclear agreement has prompted mixed reactions israel and saudi arabia support him while key allies are concerned correspondent bob costantini has more on worries the actions could lead to eventual iran's president hassan ruhani responded to president trump's announcement saying his nation would continue to negotiate with the other countries in deal if those other nations decide to help with us sanctions ruhani is threatening to start nuclear enrichment programs again that brought this threat from mr trump if the regime continues its nuclear aspirations it will have bigger problems than it has ever had before in a rare statement former president obama replies without the agreement the united states could eventually be left with a losing choice between a nuclear armed iran or another war in the middle east bob costantini the white house authorities believe up to half a dozen bodies of missing girls could be buried in wooded area northeast of detroit officials were led to the area and the search for the remains of twelve year old kimberly king was last seen back in nineteen seventy nine connie bima says she cannot stop thinking about and looking for her sister it's the most important thing in my life until we find her will always be the most important thing in my life police also believe there may be four to six other missing girls that are buried there nasa newburgh signed an agreement to explore putting flying attack season the skies over american cities space agency says it will begin simulations for so called urban air mobility vehicles that also include delivery drowns nasa says the goal is to create a rideshare network that will allow residents to hail a small aircraft the same way uber users can now use an app to call a car and finally a triple survey finds one in five americans say they'll likely by an electric car for the next new vehicle that's up from fifteen percent who said they were likely to buy an electric car last year most people who said they would buy electric so they would do so out of concern for the your home your pull.

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