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Get I still do everything. And they're like Put me on with power should be restored to almost all of New Orleans By Wednesday. The government says Just 235,000 jobs were added last month. Well, I know some wanted to see a larger number today and so did I. What we've seen this year as a continued growth month after month in job creation, President Biden says it shows his plan is working. Sam Stovall, chief investment strategist at C F. R A research says the coronavirus in the delta variant is having an effect thinking and many people are worried are therefore staying away from either jobs or outside activities, etcetera, which either has a direct or a cascading effect, Unemployment. Still, the number of job openings remains at record levels, and hiring is expected to stay solvent in the coming months. Stocks are lower on Wall Street based on the jobs. Report. Former Catholic cardinal 91 year old Theodore McCarrick pleaded not guilty to sexually assaulting a 16 year old boy during a wedding reception in Massachusetts nearly 50 years ago. Apple says it's delaying its plan to scan US iPhones for images of child sexual abuse. Saying it needs more time to refine the system. This is a P news. Some of the Afghans that made it out of their country described running with their Children. As gunfire whizzed overhead. One father said he was beaten by the Taliban. Mohammed Vaezi is now in California. I was for this stack Inside the base. With my five kids. Through the sunshine. No shelter. Nothing by a Z says members of the Taliban asked. Why did they want to leave? You guys not staying here with us? Mhm. I told them, that's our country. That's my nation. Believing there's so we have to get out of here. California Republican Congressman Darrell is a worries about those still in Afghanistan. I don't think we need to consider whether or not their papers were process whether they were already a blue passport holder. The question is, did we make a promise? Did we break that promise? Some have us passports. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News AP News I'm Tim McGuire to federal jobless programs and today at $300 a week federal unemployment supplement that began in March expires today, along with two other federal programs that cover the self employed and gig workers and the long term unemployed. President Biden's administration believes the U. S economy is strong enough not to be rattled by the drop in unemployment benefits. Officials maintain that other elements of the safety net like the child tax credit, and the snap program are enough to smooth things over. As of Friday, the unemployment rate was down to 5.2%. I'm Julie Walker, a Marine veteran dressed in body armor shot and killed four people, including a mother holding her baby and the child's grandmother. Yesterday morning in Lakeland, Florida 33 year old Brian Riley was arrested by Pope County sheriff's deputies following a gun battle at the home. Sheriff Grady Judd tells w FTS. The killings made no sense. There's not enough adjectives are descriptive to point out how angry I am with him. How sad I am for the family. An 11 year old girl was found wounded in the home. She's expected to recover following surgery. The recovery from damage caused by Hurricane IDA could take longer because of balking insurance companies, shortages of expensive building supplies. And Labour a piece Rita Foley has more. My expectation is that it only gets worse from here. That's what a real estate agent research firm, chief economist says about reconstruction in the region hit by Hurricane Ida. Homeowners have been calling about damaged roofs or to get an update on renovations that were scheduled before the storm. Joe Sobel, the owner of Big Easy Construction in New Orleans, says he's got bad news. The job will cost a lot more than usual and take a lot longer building contractors were already grappling with severe shortages of workers and supplies when IDA hit I'm Rita Foley, this is a P news. Gordon Haberman. Like so many family members of those killed on September, 11th hopes to keep alive the memories of his 25 year old daughter Andrea, killed in the attack on the World Trade Center 20 years ago this coming Saturday. He knows that a third of the people in this country were born after the attacks, and there's now 100 million people in America.

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