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Say burning would you rather have already in Moscow the white house's former acting D. and I joined the choir was due to leave in March and wasn't ousted over the briefing to Congress a senior official also says any election interference will not be tolerated house speaker Nancy Pelosi says all members of Congress should condemn the president's reported efforts to dismiss the threats he is also critical of the new acting deny Richard Cornell the U. S. ambassador to Germany just doesn't know the territory and it's very important the president is the interest the president though suggesting Cornell's appointment is temporary tweeting earlier today about having a nominee within a few weeks Mike Bloomberg just announcing he is willing to release at least three women from the nondisclosure agreements criticized at this week's democratic presidential debate Bloomberg companies faced dozens of lawsuits claiming sexual harassment or discrimination over the years he says they've identified three cases involving complaints about comments he was accused of making and that if those women want to be able to talk about the allegations he is willing to release them from those NDAs Bloomberg is not on the Nevada ballot tomorrow Erica is listening to fox news your next fox news update in thirty minutes now your top local stories are on Twin Cities news talk dot com Minnesota news network I'm bill Werner the state pollution control agency siting imminent danger to the public as ordered northern metals just stop accepting scrap metal and cease operating at shredder at its facility in Becker plus all the stockpiling of cars and it's north Minneapolis property after inspectors found violations there the fire continues burning at the back or plant roughly midway between Saint cloud in the Twin Cities governor Tim Walz said today he's considering a thirty day hold on northern metals recycling permit that he does not trust the company to do the right thing state senator Andrew Matthews whose district includes Becker says quote northern metals is fully cooperating with the state fire investigation Minnesota pollution control agency and their local public health officials Malacca Republican adds an arbitrary thirty day hold on permitting from the state is irresponsible and an over reaction the seasonal flu showing no sign of slowing down in Minnesota we ask Karen Martin of the state health department is it too late to get a flu shot you know it's really not that's a great question because most people think about getting flu shot in October you know maybe maybe even November but really I mean flu is is still at it last year we thought influenza cases into may and June over the last reporting week three hundred seven hospitalizations sixty flu outbreaks in Minnesota schools and a new poll of likely Minnesota democratic presidential primary voters chose senator Amy clover Sharon first place twenty seven percent support Bernie Sanders.