Frank Morano, Sandra Day O'connor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg discussed on The Other Side of Midnight

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In the words of the great Bob Barker help Control the pet population. Get your dog or cat spayed or neutered. Red Apple media is proud to celebrate 100 years as one of America's most influential radio stations and New York's first W maybe And W well I rfm Hampton bays from around the world to around the block. This is a W A P c. 77 2nd News update. I'm Frank Morano. Good morning. Here's 77 seconds of news. President Biden says coronavirus vaccines are dividing people across the U. S. Biden made the remarks while speaking at the White House on Thursday. He noted vaccines are safe and highly effective, adding, There's nothing political about them. Mandatory coronavirus vaccinations could be a possibility in the U. S. Military. In a statement released Thursday, Pentagon press Secretary Jamal Brown said that Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin will look into the best path on how and when to make recommendations to President Biden. In regards to making it a requirement within the department that includes meeting with medical professionals and the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Charges are being brought against the sailor for last July's four day fire on the USS Bonhomme Richard. The Navy didn't named sailor but said the person responsible was a member of the ship's crew at the time. The blaze injured 63 people and destroyed the ship. A Minnesota senator is introducing a bill that would honor late Supreme Court justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sandra Day O'Connor. With statues in the U. S. Capitol building the bills being led by Democrat Amy Klobuchar, her office says the legislation would place the statues in the capital or on the U..

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