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"In Austin, Texas, looking for the gunman who opened fire in the city's busy downtown entertainment district overnight, leaving at least 13 people wounded. Pandemic. Unemployment benefits are running out this weekend for hundreds of thousands of workers and four states, NPR's Scott Horsley reports and millions more are set to lose their benefits in the coming weeks. Congress authorized the supplemental benefits as a lifeline during the pandemic, and millions of people have relied on the aid, which includes an extra $300 a week. Now the economy is bouncing back, though some Republican governors argue the extra benefits are discouraging people from looking for work, making it hard for employers who were eager to staff up. The benefits are set to run through early September, but 25 states have announced plans to end the payments ahead of schedule. Mississippi, Missouri, Iowa and Alaska are leading the way in that effort. More than 300,000. People in those four states will see their extra benefits expire today. Scott Horsley, NPR news Washington and you're listening to NPR news Right now It's the summary 75 degrees at 804. Good morning. I'm Marie Lane with W B E Z News. A state of Indiana will be closing a network of Covid 19 testing sites due to low demand, WBC's Michael Puente reports. It's a sign that more people are getting vaccinated unless our contracting the coronavirus. As a result, the Indiana Department of Health will close several testing site run by symptoms serve health services by month's end. The state contracted without them serve in April, 2020 to get as many Hoosiers tested as possible. It operated in 53 of Indiana's 92 counties, including four sites in northwest Indiana. In the last 14 months. Some 541,000 residents got tested at these sites, according to the state. Even after these sites close, however, there are still more than 250 sites available to get tested for free. Michael Plant. W B E Z News a 13 year old boy with special needs, died this week due to complications caused by suicide attempt in 2019. The boy allegedly endured physical and mental abuse by teachers while he was a Chicago public school student. W B E Z is Adriana Cardona McGuigan has more Jim Carrey tent. Alleged abuse includes insults and intimidation to Southside elementary schools. His family is suing in federal court. John Ericsson is representing Giamatti's family, He says This is one of several cases his filed involving alleged CPS views of students with special needs. There's a widespread system. Had a problem catch Chicago public schools and this lawsuit is designs. You put an end to it. Tamara's mother does not want those teachers abuse any other Children. CPS officials didn't comment on the case. They say they extend their condolences to families loved ones. Adriana Carcinoma, Giga WBC news Whether for today, it's going to be warm. It's going to be a bit humid, but we'll have a mix of clouds and sun. Impossible thunderstorm this afternoon or perhaps this evening. Expect a high of 87. It'll be cooler along the water. Only a high in the upper seventies at the lakefront. Enjoy it. I'm a relay. This is W B easy news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Jones Day, an integrated partnership collaboratively, providing legal services for more than a century. 43 offices. Five continents serving clients as one firm worldwide Learn more at Jones day dot com. You're listening to weekend edition here on WBZ coming up. We'll check on President Biden's trip to Europe and we'll check in with the D. C caterer on how their work transitioned in the pandemic. But first we're taking just a very brief moment to remind.
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"HD Moore is 90.7 FM. And W B E k Kentucky 91.1, FL. Yeah. Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. President Biden is seeking to reset relations with longtime allies at this year's Group of Seven summit. NPR's Franco or donors, reports on some of the formalities of high stakes diplomacy. President Biden and French President Emmanuel Macron shared a moment at the G seven summit in Cornwall. After taking a family photo with all the seven world leaders together, Biden reached out and embraced macron as they walked arm in arm across the beach, talking about their country's shared goals. These leadership summits are generally filled with awkward hugs and handshakes set up for the cameras. But Biden's moment with Macron was certainly quite the contrast from the images of Macron's white knuckled handshake with former President Donald Trump. Macron later tweeted video of the two close together his arm on Bynes Macron wrote optimistically that now United it's time to deliver. Franco Ordonez. NPR NEWS Karpis BAY, England The Justice Department's internal watchdog group says it is launching an investigation following revelations the Trump administration Secretly seized phone data from at least two House Democrats as part of some aggressive probe into the origins of media links, House Intelligence Committee chairman Adam Schiff in California representative Eric Swalwell, saying they were notified by Apple about the information request. The time The committee was investigating former President Donald Trump's ties to Russia Democrats, causing the calling their disclosure shocking. The Bind Administration today announced further steps it will take to stop completion of former President Trump's 450 miles of border wall. But as NPR's John Burnett explains, the White House cannot cancel the massive wall project outright. The administration is calling on Congress to cancel unspent millions that were previously appropriated for the border wall with the administration is doing unilaterally is to take $2 billion in Pentagon money that Trump diverted for wall construction and return it to the original earmarked projects such as based schools and True Housing. The White House is also pledging to remediate environmental damage caused by the massive building project in wilderness. Along the Arizona Mexico border. For instance, mountainsides were dynamited to erect the 30 FT barrier. The latest moves do not stop all land condemnation where federal authorities have been seizing border acreage from private citizens for the wall. But all eminent domain cases are now under review. John Burnett, NPR news coverage of the coronavirus pandemic and racial Injustice. Protests dominated this year's Pulitzer Prizes. The Associated Press sweeping the photography category for its coverage of protests and pictures of those most devastated by the pandemic. Minneapolis Star Tribune one for its reporting of following the death of George Floyd, New York Times when a public service price for its coronavirus coverage and NPR when this year's Pulitzer and the audio reporting category for an investigative series on gun rights activists Stocks closed higher. Today. The Dow was up 13 points. You're listening to NPR. It's 91 degrees. Sunny skies that's an Oprah Etienne Ken would at 404 Am Lisa lobbies with WBZ news. Officials today declared. Chicago is fully reopen. This ends face mass requirements and most indoor places. Capacity limits are lifted, and this is all intended to slow the spread of the coronavirus. City officials decided to join the rest of Illinois to lift restrictions nearly 15 months after Governor Pritzker issue the very first stay at home order as coronavirus cases started to rise. People who are not fully vaccinated must still wear a mask indoors. Everybody will still need to mask up inside healthcare facilities, jails, shelters, schools, taxis ride hailing vehicles and on public transportation. Businesses can opt out to record requiring people to wear masks on their premises. Chicago Public high schools are starting to vote on whether to keep police officers in buildings next fall. WB's Adriana Cardona McGuigan has that story. So Gloria Academy and Jones College Prep recently voted to remove police officers next year. They were among 55 schools that voted to keep them last year. 17 voted them out violate a certain local school council member at Jones says she has seen students getting arrested and I don't want that happening and any other community and if I can prevent that from happening at Johns, I will be doing that. This comes as schools prepare safety plans for next year for the first time. Schools can outline ways to keep schools safe without police policies have until July 14 to approve their school plans. Adriana Cardona Mugica W B. B C NEWS healed Town art fair returns Saturday and Sunday after last year's Covid shutdown celebration. The fair will feature a lot of the usual attractions including live music and a garden walk..
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"On a package tonight. No one expected that in a two hour meeting, Collins is leading the GOP group, many of whom helped write the bipartisan deal that was signed into law in December. Alan says the group agreed to continue talks at the staff level and she's hopeful they can pass another relief package. Kelsey Snell NPR NEWS Washington To have President Biden's Cabinet nominees will face Senate confirmation votes today. They include Alejandro Mayorkas, the nominee to become head of the Department of Homeland Security, and Pete Buddha judge the nominee to lead the Transportation Department. If confirmed, they are expected to be sworn into office quickly. National Weather Service warns that a powerful nor'easter man Winter storm continue to punch much of the northeastern U. S. And New England. The storm's effects trail as far south as the Carolinas. New Jersey governor Phil Murphy is blunt. If you don't need to be out, go back to your house immediately. If you're in your house, don't leave your house Forecasters say some areas are getting near blizzard conditions. The worst effects are being felt from Pennsylvania to Maine. This is NPR. The Chicago public School system has delayed students returned to in person learning until Thursday. The system is an odds with the teachers union over when to reopen. Parents say they're caught in the middle from member station W be easy. Adriana Cardona McGuigan has more More than 65,000. Students in pre K through eighth grade, were hoping to go back to school in person, but the district delayed they're re opening after negotiations failed to produce a deal. Brian Griffin is with a group of parents who support in person learning. Nine months of this is exhausting and frustrating When you're in a classroom. The Children don't run out of the room. When they don't have interest in the subject. They look around and they see what their peers they're doing and re engage. Other parents say they don't dress that Chicago public schools can safely re hoping for NPR news. I am Adrianna Cardona McGuigan in Chicago. Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny is in a court hearing in Moscow. Russian officials accused him of breaking the terms of his probation for a suspended sentence in case he calls politically motivated. No, Mommy was immediately jailed when he recently returned to Russia. Thousands of his supporters filled the streets in Russia demanding his release in Myanmar. The political party of former de facto leader on Sans Souci has demanded her immediate release. They're also calling for the military junta to recognize her election victory last year. Who the leader is faced. Calls to be tried for war crimes against Rohingya Muslims suit chief also failed to stop crimes against her Hingas. I'm Corbett Coleman. NPR news..