Bader Ginsburg, Tom Foty, CBS discussed on Talking Travel with AAA

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CBS news on the hour. Presented by Capital One Bank. I'm Wendy Gillette. No deal. So far as the US government shuts down for the third time this year. I'm Tom Foty after signing last week. He will take responsibility. President Trump mile blames congressional Democrats for the partial shutdown that began at midnight. He put out a video tweet not long before the money ran out. We're going to have a shutdown. There's nothing we can do about that. Because we need the Democrats to give us their votes. Call it a democrat shutdown call it whatever you want. But we need the help to get this approved as of now he is not getting that with democratic congressional leaders. Putting the blame on him for what they call the Trump shutdown. Tom Foty, CBS news, Washington twenty-five percent of government funding ran out at midnight. The rest is funded until September supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg is recovering in the hospital this morning after. Undergoing surgery to remove cancerous growths from her left long. Dr Steven broaddrick from Johns Hopkins University medical center, did not treat Ginsburg, but explains a typical recovery from the operation how pre-operative level of fitness is crucial to recovery and the better shape that someone is in coming into an operation such as this portends a easier and faster recovery. Ginsburg works out often holiday, travelers are hitting the roads triple A estimates. More than a third of Americans will travel fifty miles or more from home between now and New Year's that's the highest and almost two decades. Triple A's tamra Johnson. We really are attributing the increase to the strength of the economy. We see that consumer spending a strong and also unemployment is low holiday travel in London was disrupted at Gatwick airport because of the criminal use of drones this week drones were spotted above the airfield starting Wednesday night. Police are questioning a man and woman. As the airport returns to normal the BBC's Jenny Kuma the message from the.

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