Rita Foley, Ed Donahue, Geneva discussed on AP 24 Hour News

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Anger. Megane Washington President Biden is in Geneva tomorrow, he meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin. An argument in a house on Chicago's South side this morning erupted in gunfire, leaving for women dead. It tells us that we still have much work to do in our mission to end gun violence here in Chicago in particular. To limit the access of individuals to illegal guns. Mayor Lori Lightfoot in Chicago says she's been in touch with the White House. The Biden administration is urging the Supreme Court to reinstate the death sentence for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Despite the president's vocal opposition to capital punishment, the initial prosecution and decision to seek the death sentence was made by the Obama administration. This is a P news. Mexico has received coronavirus vaccine donated by the U. S. The U. S donated more than a million doses of the one shot Johnson and Johnson. Vaccine officials in Mexico say once those shots are in arms. There won't be any reason to continue restricting travel over the U. S border, the U. S and Mexico of restricted border crossings to essential travel only since early in the pandemic. The US shipment will be used to vaccinate anybody over 18 in four cities along the border. Tijuana, Mexicali, Ciudad Juarez and run Osa about 30% of Mexico's adult population has already gotten covid shots. I'm Rita Foley. A report released today says charitable giving in the United States reached a record $471 billion last year. Faced with greater needs, a states and foundations also opened up their pocketbooks at increased rates following last year's racial justice protest. Many corporations made sizable pledges that aim to improve racial equity. Ed Donahue. AP News Good Morning I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute. President Biden is in Geneva tomorrow he meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Texas Republican Congressman Michael McCaul says the president should make clear to Putin. There will be consequences for recent cyberattacks, otherwise bad behavior. We'll continue and make no mistake. Mr Putin is testing the resolve a President Biden in these attacks, Attorney General Merrick Garland is announcing a plan to fight domestic extreme isn't our current effort comes on the heels.

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