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Porn Star Charged With Sexual Assaults of 21 Women in Los Angeles
"Porn star has been indicted in L. A. A. B C's Alex Stone has this story. Ron Jeremy was a name synonymous with adult films in the eighties and nineties. Now he's been indicted here in LA on over 30 counts of rape and sexual assault involving 21 alleged victims ranging in age from 15 to 51 years old dating back to 1996 his real name Ron Hyatt. He's pleading not guilty to rape and other charges, including lewd acts upon a child. He's due back in court in October.
Hawaii Governor Begs Tourists to Stay Away as Covid Surges
"You to stay home and you can blame rising covid infections and hospitalizations. Alex Stone is covering this for ABC News and spoke with Cuomo's Taylor van size Alex. Tourism It doesn't take a genius to know is essential to the Hawaiian economy. How bad is the situation on the ground there to warrant their governor to issue this kind of a request? Yes, Taylor pretty abrupt change for Hawaii. Being that they were hit so hard last year, and in the last couple of months, travel has been booming Hotels been packed. Crisis through the roof. Car rentals have been hard to find flights have been full. They've been wanting the money they've been saying, come on in. And and now it Covid rising in Hawaii, the governor David IgE, Saying, Do not go to the island. Here's how he put it is not a good time to travel to the island. Uh, restaurant capacity has been restricted. There is limited access to rent a cars. He's asking tourists to stay away and for travel to Hawaii to be only for business. Hawaii's seven day average hitting 671 yesterday, triple what it was four weeks ago. Hospital resources on the island are limited. And he said hospitals are at capacity. Our ICUs are full. This comes as Hawaii has really strict entry rules, police enforced quarantine or proof of vaccination or a negative test and We talked to passengers at L. A X today, hopping on flights to Hawaii and they're saying no, They're not going to cancel their trips. They're going to go anywhere. That's enough. It's been two years. I need to go on vacation Last year was cancelled. As
Cache Fire Destroys Dozens Of Homes, Burns 80 Acres In Lake County, California
"Several large wildfires are burning throughout Northern California as you know, and in clear Lake Flames took out a neighborhood of mobile homes. As we hear from Alex Stone. Flames went racing through a mobile home park in high winds, heat and dry conditions in clear Lake Lake County has been hit by numerous large and destructive wildfires in recent years. This one called the cash fire burning mobile homes. Schools were quickly evacuated to get out of the way of flames. Traffic in the area bumper to bumper as people tried to get away. Alec Stone ABC News for K G. 08 10 fire was kept to about 80 acres. But more than 60 homes were destroyed. It is now 20%
'Code Red': U.N. Scientists Warn of Worsening Global Warming
"On climate change is issuing a code red for all of humanity. It is indisputable that human activities are causing climate changed. And making extreme weather events more frequent and severe United Nations Intergovernmental Panel of Climate Change chairman posts only there, says the study has clear conclusions. NBC's Alex Stone joining us on the coma, Newsline and Alex, hundreds of scientists are saying the world is facing and experiencing climate change is that it's not seen in thousands of years. That's right. 234 scientists looking at data over three years and not a huge surprise, and that we keep hearing from firefighters that something Is changing in the West that every year Now we have these mega fires burning, killing people, and they admitted it scares them. I was out last week with a Cal fire hand crew, and they admit the way that fires are burning in California is really worrisome right now link to all of them. We haven't had enough rain nothing near what we're used to. So with what's coming It's going to be a big season, and I hope it doesn't impact anybody. And so today that you went out with this new report, and it is scientists around the world bottom line. The reports saying that all evidence shows that the impacts that we're seeing globally are directly related to global warming from human activity in greenhouse gas output. Colbert is a co chair of the panel to put out the report. And, she says it's sobering. What's new in this report is that we can now attribute many more changes at the global and regional levels to human influence. And better project future changes. We'll see from different amounts of emissions. And the last time the U. N did a report like this was 2013. She says that that it finds that we have messed up the planet so much the global service temperatures will keep rising until at least 2050, regardless of what humans do right now, if we cut off all emissions, everything that's hurting the environment that's still until 2050 numbers would be going up. So
Amazon to Mandate Masks for All Its Workers in Warehouses
"Mask mandates. ABC is Alex Stone. Beginning on Monday, Amazon will mandate all of its 900,000 US. Warehouse workers wear masks again indoors regardless of their vaccination status. It comes after Wal Mart and target again put in place rules and employees must wear masks. So far, Amazon is not requiring its warehouse workers to get vaccinated. Mexico
Political Donor Ed Buck Guilty on Counts Related to Overdose Deaths
"In the drug deaths of two men. Here's Alex Stone inside the federal courtroom. There were cheers when the verdict was read. Former Democratic donor Ed bought guilty on multiple charges linked to methamphetamine overdose deaths of two men at his West Hollywood apartment. Prosecutors say Bach was running a drug in sex 10 when he was arrested in 2019. Buck was also convicted of enticing men to LA to engage in prostitution. The jury deliberated for 4.5 hours before returning a guilty verdict. Alex Stone, ABC News, Los Angeles, and when Buck
Jeff Bezos Goes to Space
"Has taken humans to space is blue origin, launched its first manned mission to the edge of Earth's atmosphere. Here's a B CS Alex Stone, too. One after so many test missions. Jeff Bezoza, his brother, along with Wally Funk, the oldest person ever in space in Oliver Damon, the youngest ever making their trips 66 miles above ER after floating around in the capsule, Jeff Bezoza radioing in blue Control, based on the best day ever. Blue origin. New Shepard capsule floating back with parachutes out making a landing on the desert floor. Alec Stone EVC nears.
Flight Attendants Speak out About Unruly Passengers
"Passengers to long delays. Getting passports. ABC s Alex Stone looks the trouble. With the travel industry. Yeah, you know, Flight crusades is totally out of control right now, Kitty that in the last week there have been 150 new reports to the FAA of unruly passengers most ever in a one week period. Most of them involve people refusing to wear a mask on board and This woman on a Delta flight, saying she wouldn't wear one as police came on Brazil. I think my semen right not respecting her human rights, she said. And this woman on a Southwest flight they landed in San Diego a couple weeks back, knocking out of flight attendants tooth gonna brawl on board there. So most of the battles have been over masks and the EPA, saying it's gotten over 3400 unruly passenger reports this year. 2600 of those have been passengers refusing to wear masks and flight attendants today are saying they've had enough. This is a federal mandate, whether you agree with it or not, and whether they agree with it or not. It's got to be in force, and they say, give them a break. This is way higher than any number of incidents that we've ever seen that Sarah Nelson, head of the flight attendants union, they're going to the FAA today and saying help us out here. What else can you do? Because it's not getting any better. Flight attendants are experiencing a job that they just are not familiar with. It all every day. When they go to work, there's conflict, and there are is disrespect towards them and an incredibly difficult job. The NSA is restarting self defense courses for flight attendants to teach them how to to fight back. It can mean big fines. People are being fined 52,000 bucks up to it. For fighting back against flight attendants. You can get 20 years in prison.
Joe Exotic to Be Re-Sentenced for Carole Baskin Murder Plot
"Known as Joe Exotic. A B C S. Alex Stone tells the tale Joe Exotic real name Joseph Maldonado Passage gained worldwide fame last year as a result of the Netflix documentary about life at his roadside zoo and his feud with animal rights activist Carol Baskin. It was all part of Carol Baskins plan, a jury found he tried to have Baskin killed twice and murder for hire plot. She got 22 years in prison. His conviction won't change. But now the 10th U. S Circuit Court of Appeals says he has to be re sentenced because the trial judge made a mistake by sentencing him for each murder. For higher conviction individually instead of grouping them together into one sentence. Alex Stone, ABC Air This is
Delta Is Dominant COVID Variant in the United States, CDC Estimates
"Vary it now the dominant variant in the United States. A B C's Alex Stone has more Hey there, kitty. So, yeah, what We're hearing today. Pretty incredible. On this day when the CDC declared the Delta variant now dominate in the U. S a week ago was 10% of the variance in 20 now over half, But we're also hearing today from doctors in places where vaccination rates are lower, primarily in More rural conservative areas where they are sounding the alarms. And it's from Missouri to Utah to areas of California and in Utah short time ago we heard from doctors who say that They are seeing things going bad there Right now we are seeing a covid surge are impatient Censuses almost doubled in the last two weeks. That's doctor can see graves handling emergency medicine at the University of Utah Health and these are not old people, Kitty, she says. If they're just on vaccinated, who are now getting very, very ill? I was on call last night in in one day, I took four different phone calls to accept patients, for instance of cure unit. All of them were in their forties and then in California, where we've been getting some new numbers in that, With a few exceptions, Covid is hitting the more rural again more conservative areas the hardest where politics come into play. May to June Modoc, Siskiyou, Humble del Norte, Shasta counties. They saw the highest case and death rates and they had avoided a lot of this until now, but Rates have remained pretty low in the vaccinated areas. Those were the vaccination numbers are higher the areas where the vaccination numbers are lower. Covid is doing what it does, and it's spreading among those were where it can get into the bodies and then do what it does to the body. So Unfortunately, it's being seen nationwide. But in the more unvaccinated areas, numbers are going up right now
2 Passengers Test Positive for COVID-19 on Fully Vaccinated Cruise
"To passengers have tested positive for Covid 19 on the first North American cruise since 2020. NBC's Alex Stone has the details. Hey there, Kitty. Yes. So a lot of fanfare last weekend when the celebrity millennium returned to sailing, first Big cruise ship to resume in North America, leaving from Saint Martin, the steel drums on the dock. We're playing in our krewe was there and it just brings you right to the Caribbean figured a breeze flowing. Everybody is getting ready to get on. The fans are going inside there and so symbolically, very big moment being the first and In a few weeks. More cruises are going to be leaving from Florida and from Texas. But this was the first in North America 30% capacity. But sailing again, the theater had performer. Senator has performers in it right now. They haven't come back yet. And then the captain of millennium, telling our crew it brought him to tears to see passengers on board again. I don't have a horse to express my my feelings. It's something amazing and unique as it was a very emotional moment. The whole plan was everybody had to show proof that they had been vaccinated and show a negative covid test. And then everybody on board could be safe. Go, no masks enjoy themselves. And they they knew they were under pressure that this was the first everybody was watching the CEO of celebrities pressure. Are you kidding me? Absolutely. Um, but at the same time, I have a tremendous amount of confidence in and what we're doing in the protocols that we have in place. So now a weekend, the cruise enormous almost a week now just shy of that. We find out that two passengers on board they are positive for Covid. They are asymptomatic. They have been isolated on board. They will get off tomorrow when the ship docks back in Saint Martin contact tracing done today and the cruise line, saying that nobody around them has come back
Global Sting Began by Creating Message Service for Crooks
"Also it was a sting on a global level. The FBI helped create a fake app that tricked hundreds of crooks. ABC is Alex Stone explains how they did it. Well, Kitty. I mean, what the FBI did here was really ingenious. And they decided, you know what if criminals globally are communicating on encrypted, secure messaging apps? Why not just create our own? And that's what the FBI did. They built their own app on devices that criminals would use. They deployed it globally. It got popular around the world and Australia was one of the countries that really a lot of people began using it Croatia and elsewhere and nobody using it knew that the FBI was able to see every message the criminals were sending to one another the entire time that It was the FBI's own app that they were using. Here's a big announcement today in San Diego. The amount of intelligence that we received was staggering from seizing drugs, guns and millions of dollars in multiple currencies. To addressing more than 150 threats to life more than 300. People were arrested in advance of the worldwide take down and then 500 more in the past two days, so 800 people that Suzanne Turner with the FBI and San Diego agents say in San Diego, they were the ones who orchestrated this whole plan, and they took down other encrypted platforms they indicted and then Arrested or got them indicted and arrested. Other platform folks that had criminals using their platforms so the criminals will be a vacuum and criminals would have to go to the FBI's platform, not knowing it was the FBI's platform. It was called an, um and the whole time criminal groups had no idea. The FBI was watching every message. 27 million messages were sent in 45 different languages. FBI received a copy of each and every message originating outside the United States that crossed our platform. Similar to a blind copy of an email
Jeff Bezos Going to Space on His Company's First Human Space Flight
"He and his brother will fly into space. In July, they will join the highest bidder on the new Shepard suborbital vehicle operated by Blue Origin. Joining us now is a BCS Alex Stone, who has raised his hand to cover such events. I will cover it, but I do not want to go on it. Even if you said Hey, we've got a free seat. I would say, You know what? Maybe put 100 of these happen. Let's see what the fail rate is first and then and then we'll talk about it. What does this mean? Well, first of all, didn't he sound like a big kid in there? I just always wanted to do this. And you know I'm worth 187 billion. So why not? I can kind of do whatever I want to do. So what? The big announcement today Jeff Bezoza and his brother going to be going on the flight. Bids for that third seat are right now up to $3.2 million is what we're looking at, and we've got until June 12, so probably going to go higher than that. But the flight is going to be of the new Shepard on July 20th. And he has invited his brother and blue origin. Put out the sound of that invitation when he asked him. Hey, you want to go along? I really want you to come with me. Would you? Are you serious? I think it would be meaningful. My brother there Here is, if you're willing, if you want to, Yeah, like you want to go to space with me like, you know, we'll just kind of going and so it's going to go that you will launch from Van Horn, Texas 100 Miles east of El Paso. The capsule has massive windows, even amazing view that you'll be buckled in until you reach the edge of space. You're not going to go into orbit. You will go up. Reach the edge of space float around for three minutes. You can take off your seatbelts, float around for three minutes and then begin coming back and the parachutes will deploy. Total flight time around 10 minutes. You go up, You come right back down, and then that will be the experience, but it will be the first humans in blue origin aboard the blue origin space craft. They've done 15 successful test. Humans haven't gone up yet, And this will be numero Uno. So Bezos and his brother, they seem so
Illinois Man Dies After Madison Fundraising Swim in Lake Monona
"Passengers will be allowed to leave from U. S ports on the two cruise lines. Alex Stone E D. C. A man from Illinois is dead after participating in a swim race across medicines Lake Monona over the weekend. Dane County Medical Examiner's office said in a statement this morning that 51 year old Michael Hahn of Rochelle, Illinois, was removed from the water during the big
No Injuries After Two Planes Collide Mid-Air Over Denver
"County this morning. The two planes hitting in mid air, about four miles north of Centennial Airport in Arapahoe County, one pilot of a key lime air twin engine plane reporting any out of problem. The audio from live 80 si dot net curriculum, 9 70 declared emergency Once on the ground, it was clear a huge chunk of the back of that plane is missing, apparently taken out in the mid air collision with a small, serious plane that was seen falling from the sky with a parachute out in Credibly. Nobody was injured. Everybody walked away. Fine. Alex Stone, ABC
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"ABC is Alex Stone is details with the Rockets return totally out of human control. Nobody knows you had where it will fall. And now there's a very real worry that debris could hit an airplane in the sky. The FAA now confirming it is working with NORAD to monitor the Rockets reentry, the FAA, saying tactical decisions will be made based on real time information if needed. The chances of an individual person being hit our remote seven day average of daily coronavirus vaccinations in the U. S has fallen below two million per day. It's a 22% decrease from the week prior in several states are reducing the amount of vaccine they're requesting. ABC chief medical correspondent, Dr Jennifer Ashton says With Mother's Day tomorrow cases are coming down, but they are still high in terms of hospitalizations and deaths. So if gathering you want to keep the numbers small, remember, outside is safer than inside. If you are inside open those windows increase. The ventilation critical fuel pipeline that carries almost half of the gas used by the East Coast has been shut down operator Colonial pipelines is a ransomware attack it detected last night caused him to shut down the Pipeline that runs from Texas to New Jersey. Patrick DeHaan ahead of petroleum analysis at Gasbuddy tells ABC The impact on consumers could be mitigated there is AH still reduced demand because of the pandemic and so comparing if this happened during normal times compared to now, well, the gasoline being stored at the local level is likely to be drawn down slower sensors lower demand than you know. Normal time. Four people were killed. At least one hurt his shooting and fire early this morning, suburban Baltimore authorities say they don't know what Led to the violence. You're listening to ABC News Coronavirus Update for Ohio, nearly 1300 new cases reported in the past 24 hours. That's.
Boeing grounds some 737 Max aircraft over electrical issue
"Troubles for Boeing. The 7 37 Max has another potential issue leading to some planes being grounded here in the U. S. United, American, Southwest and Alaska Airlines are now parking their Boeing 7 37 max aircraft so they could be inspected for a possible electrical grounding issue. We have fixes her needed Boeing indicates they could be done quickly. This is totally unrelated to the previous automation system issue linked to two deadly crashes and had the plane's grounded for close to two years. He sees Alex Stone,
Avelo Airlines planning April debut
"This doesn't happen every day, especially during a pandemic. A new airline is launching as air travel rebounds A. B C's Alex Stone with the details. It may seem like odd timing, with all of the huge losses airlines have been dealing with during the pandemic. But the founders of Avello airline say it's a perfect time or people are feeling comfortable traveling again. Based out of Burbank, California Velo will be using Boeing 7 37 8 hundreds with 11 rounds, two smaller airports and outdoor recreation desk. Nations like Grand Junction, Colorado, and Eugene, Oregon. The company's founders have backgrounds and bigger airlines and say they're ready to go. So we think that we could offer choice tickets are on sale. Today, The airline begins flying at the end of the
Hollywood Actor Zach Avery Arrested In Multi-Million Dollar Ponzi Scheme
"Year old California man is under arrest, accused of running a quarter of a billion dollar Ponzi scheme involving movie distribution rights. ABC is Alex Stone has detailed $127 Million and see amount that federal prosecutors here in L A, say Zachary Horwitz, who goes by the screen name of Zach Avery took from investors. They allege he promised their money would be used by his company to acquire licensing rights to movies and H B L a Netflix and agreed to distribute abroad. But the money was actually going to pay earlier investors and to fund his own lifestyle, including a $6 million home. He's due in court next month. Alex Stone, ABC News Los Angeles
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"B C's Alex Stone, adding to the ever changing guidance on which masks to wear and how to wear them. The CDC and a new study finding extreme benefits of double masking, wearing a well fitting cloth mask over a tightly Warren surgical mask. The study being presented the medical journal JAMA Finding There are benefits of doing it alone. But if people around you do it as well. The risk of transmitting the virus drops more than 95%. The study funding it comes down to mask fitting, though, on the masks being warned. Tightly. Alex Stone ABC NEWS the vaccine rollout problems are working themselves out, with more inoculations becoming available across the country. Elsewhere, however, ABC News Foreign correspondent Ian Panel says those mutations are proving difficult to stop officials in South Africa announcing the starting next week, frontline health care workers will be receiving the single dose. Johnson and Johnson vaccine despite not being approved for use yet the news coming after South Africa announced plans to scrap you said the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine, saying it doesn't work on the South African variance in mild to moderate cases. House impeachment managers on Capitol Hill are getting ready to present their case and Donald Trump's second impeachment trial. Today, the House impeachment managers will be making their opening arguments and expect it to get personal. A senior aide says that they will be showing mortgage graphic video. Including new evidence that we have not seen before their goal here to target the hearts and the minds of the jurors who witnessed that deadly insurrection. ABC congressional correspondent Rachel Scott says House managers will have two days to make their case. Then the defense will have two days. Investigators think whoever tried to hack into the Tampa, Florida water supply before the Super Bowl was doing it from overseas. You're listening to ABC News. Stay.
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"B C's Alex Stone is in Los Angeles County. It seems so cruel on Thanksgiving in this year of the pandemic, But the lights and ovens in thousands of homes here in L. A and Ventura counties are now being turned off by Southern California Edison to prevent wildfires in these winds. When the Santa Ana winds blow often power lines come down, then flames race into neighborhoods. The power could be off until late on Friday. More grim pandemic numbers on this Thanksgiving. The number of Americans in the hospital with Corona virus has set a record for the 16th consecutive day. That's arising in 41 states. And this past month, one of the deadliest the U. S reporting 2300 covert death for one day on Wednesday that is the highest number since last May. The covert tracking project says the virus has killed almost 31,000 Americans this month, with nearly half that number in the last week. That is about one American covert death reported. Every minute, A BCS Andy Field With covert 19 cases surging nationwide, The high court has blocked New York State from enforcing attendance. Limits of houses of worship. ABC is Rachel Scott has more Supreme Court making a clear shift to the right Justice Amy Cockney Barrett weeks after being confirmed, casting a pivotal vote siding with the court's conservative justices, ruling 5 to 4. The bar New York state from re imposing limits on religious gatherings during the pandemic, insisting and threatens the First Amendment. The Postal Service is expressing concern about the safety of its workers. Amid the surging pandemic and busy holiday season, postal officials have issued a bulletin to all law enforcement officers around the.
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"From ABC s Alex Stone numbers air record breaking 144,000 New Cove in 19 cases in the U. S. On Wednesday. Every state seeing cases climb 65,000 people are hospitalized in the U. S infectious disease specialist Dr Todd L. Lauren says new lockdowns look. Likely we're heading in the wrong direction Fast. I do believe that parts of the country are going to have to lock down in order to get this virus under control. Paso, Texas have stay at home order is being extended until December. New YORK, New Jersey in parts of California are reinstituting rules. Alex Stone, ABC News Senator Kamila Harris is ascendancy to the vice presidency next year has left Californians wondering who will replace her in the Senate. The pick falls to Governor Gavin Newsom, widely expected to make a choice, highlighting the state's diversity. But there's no timeline and no word when Vice President elect Harris will officially give up her seat, but she is set to be sworn in January. 20th. Two cars are damaged after a sinkhole opened up near Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara last night. Ah, whole spread 25 ft. This after a recycled water pipes leaked and flooded a commuter parking lot, the cleanup and the repair Ongoing forecasters are warning dangerous King tides will return to the Bay Area this week. They are expected to flood the entrance to Manzanita Park and ride and a lot in southern Marin County and along the San Francisco's Embarcadero, the focus Is on the four day period that begins tomorrow. Officials are reminding drivers.
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"Alex Stone. Well, we hope outside the White House is protesters surrounding all four sides held back by large metal fencing. The Secret Service put in the goal of the protesters to drown out president from at times or air horns could be heard on the president's microphone, mainly black lives matter. Protestors saying they don't feel hurt by this administration. Alex Stone ABC News outside the White House. Well going to be a march in Washington today marking 57 years since Dr Martin Luther King Jr is I have a dream speech. They're protesting police brutality this year that cleanup underway around the tri state as thousands or without power this morning following a powerful storm last night. Most the outages in Westchester and Suffolk counties in the Gulf Coast 800,000 in the dark after Hurricane Laura. Not surprisingly, most of the power outage is about half a million of them are here in Louisiana, where Laura made landfall. Texas has about 200,000 and about 50,000 customers in Arkansas are without electricity. Thousands of utility crews have come from across the southern United States to help restore service. Correspondent Jim Ryan. And finally, what's with those fireworks. Last Nag's coward under beds while sleep deprived residents on both sides of the Hudson feared they were under attack as fireworks burst in mid air on the heels of ferocious storms that barreled through the tristate MTV capped off a summer of impromptu fireworks displays off three barges in the river for a pre taping of the upcoming video music Awards. Ellis Stockton Rosine E W. Our news, So that explains it. It's now three minutes after eight o'clock, Let's get traffic.
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"To go. Alex Stone, our ABC News correspondent. Thank you. You got a Thanksgiving? All right. Big crowd cheer for Dana Hess. Now checking our roads. What is the sport without fans, right, Curling arrived by the Roseville autumn all downtown display. It's going to be well. Nine minutes. I'll give it give it nine minutes, but it's just a little slow getting out of midtown over to Arden sweat to Roseville, nine minutes and downtown L Grove's going to be about 11 minutes. Either way, I five or 99 at your choice and little slowing, getting onto 99 up downtown in Folsom. 18 minutes, But it's starting to get too heavy. Westbound on 50 as you come in from 65th. Downtown woodland, 16 minutes north by five and a 10 minute ride to Mace Boulevard Davis on westbound 80 And yet it's slow at the bridge there because of some of the brief right now. The Roseville autumn All is having their biggest factory certified pre owned sales event ever get an extended factory wanted great pricing. An excellent financing got a huge selection of factory certified vehicles at the Roseville autumn, all driven to be the best Traffic on the tens every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Dana has news 93.1 KFBK tonight will see clear skies Tonight We'll have a low 57 to 61 Abundant sunshine on tap for tomorrow. Tomorrow we'll reach a high 85 2 89 Plenty of sunshine for Saturday, Saturday well behind 92 to 96. Mackey Weathers, Drew Shannon News, 93.1 Kfbk. Alright, Nice day, 91 degrees. Now in Sacramento and Carmichael, 93 Fulsome 93 Business and Money News, Kelly Brothers from Genevieve's Burford and brothers..
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"Alex stone president trump making the trip up Pennsylvania Avenue to Capitol Hill today president trump made a rare appearance on Capitol Hill today attending the Senate Republicans weekly policy lunch the White House says he went to thank senators for their work during the code nineteen crisis to discuss the progress to safely reopen the nation and you talk about a quote have to economic prosperity for all Americans Republican senator told ABC news there would be social distancing in the large room three senators per table and a Republican aide said while the lunch is a buffet the food is pre packaged and spaced out even the drinks Karen Travers ABC news Washington with more than thirty six million Americans filing for jobless claims they're also businesses that are hiring and making profits online sales for the retailer jumped seventy four percent last quarter and the company saw strong sales in food health and wellness goods as other retailers struggled from carrying nonessential items Walmart was uniquely positioned carrying the very items consumers sought during the pandemic one way the company was also uniquely positioned compared to rival Amazon was through its network of nearly five thousand stores A. B. C.'s Margaret Millar you're listening to a good afternoon I'm brand for our top story Washington governor Jay Inslee has set new standards that will allow larger counties to apply for re opening they need to have less than ten new cases for every one hundred thousand residents over a two week span the counties are Spokane Adams Mason Thurston Lewis Clark Clallam kids app island in San Juan county's county's health officer needs to verify they can meet the other requirements to reopen and hospitals need to have twenty percent surge capacity in the event there is an outbreak of cases the effect of the corona virus pandemic on Oregon's economy is shown in the April unemployment numbers that were released today in April the unemployment rate jumped to fourteen point two percent which is a huge increase from three point five percent in March one of the private economist Anna Johnson says unemployment went from a record low in March to a record high in April most of the cuts happened at the restaurant and hotel industry but health care retail and professional services also took big hits Johnson says as the state re opens and businesses bring back some of their furloughed employees they expect the unemployed unemployment rate to slowly decline Oregon health officials are worried about a lawsuit against governor Kate brown's executive orders on businesses and churches Dr Bruce Goldberg with the OHSU PSU school of public health says it could lead to a spike in covert nineteen cases if it goes forward I'm very concerned that it sends the wrong signal interpreted in a way that will lead to more people getting ill that could have been prevented Goldberg says it is crucial to maintain physical distancing wear masks and wash your hands frequently to help prevent the spread of the virus is as large gatherings will cause the virus to spread the Oregon Supreme Court issued a stay which prevents a judge's ruling from taking effect until that case can go to trial today is primary election day in Oregon there are state races along with local races and measures on the ballot if you have not yet turned in your ballot too late to mail it you need to find a drop box by eight o'clock tonight the ailing conceded one Ridgefield will reopen Thursday may twenty eight special health protocols will be in place including taking temperatures of people entering the casinos and gaming machines will be turned off to create physical distancing plexiglas barriers on table games and frequent sanitizing of high touch areas several times a day a special ceremony will be held at noon may twenty eighth when the casino reopens on Wall Street today the Dow is currently down thirty six aspects up seventy three the nasdaq up seven we now America's workforce is resilient and at the DMV area begins to open up your company needs a back.
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"News is Alex stone who joins us on the call one Newsline Alex this ship houses thousands of sailors what proportion of the compliment is infected well right now a good chunk close to six hundred of the sailors on board Taylor now have Kobe nineteen they are confirmed every day that number is been going up there are about forty eight hundred or so who were assigned to head to the the Theodore Roosevelt and that about eight hundred to remain on board right now so after the break closures letter they did end up pretty much evacuating the ship there about eight hundred who are still on board they're doing essential duties on board the ship but the rest are now off but we did get word today that the one has died he was found unconscious in his quarantine room on Guam only a couple days ago about four days ago then today dying in the ICU crozier was afraid that this would happen and it has now has the department of defense or the navy come out today to show that any kind of regret not listening to him and instead of removing him from command no nothing like that yeah the the DOD has pretty much saying that they are sad to hear the news about the sailor who have died but we from defense secretary after that they are still deciding on what they're gonna do about crozier now going back remember this was that letter that he wrote four page letter went to twenty recipients that the Pentagon said that he was relieved of duty today he was fired because he sent it to so many recipients they don't know if he leaked it to the San Francisco Chronicle or one of those recipients did but they said he broke protocol by sending it to so many people leaving the door open to it being leaked which it was whether it was it crozier who did it or somebody on that chain and he was relieved of duty because of that now Askari saying nothing is off the table he could be reinstated we know we've heard the president say that he doesn't want to ruin somebody's career just because that they made just one mistake otherwise fine sailor who had that done so much work over the years and leading the the USS Roosevelt had done a fine job with that so the president could possibly get involved as well but at this point crozier who also has coronavirus you've got cold at nineteen he's in quarantine right now and the Pentagon and the White House they haven't made any decision about what will happen with him and it's no small thing to just take an aircraft carrier out of service either as far as readiness of the U. S. navy is concerned and the overall health of the island of Guam for them to suddenly have six hundred people with corona virus well yeah and it'd be initial request from captain crozier was to evacuate the ship because it was spreading so quickly that what we have seen on cruise ships that that's what was happening on board the aircraft carrier is special even more in aircraft carrier you bunks so close together that he worried it was going to spread rapidly which she then did and now they've got most everybody off of there got a Pentagon says they'd be heroes about you still operational that because they're they're in Guam except for the six hundred or so who are sick right now did the rest could very quickly be back on board they could deploy they had to and that was the point of closure saying that they would still be ready the day that we're not in war time right now at least a physical war against another country this is a little bit of downtime right now that if they could stay operational but try to protect the lives of sailors and get them off the ship that's what he wanted to do and at this point that's what they've essentially done but now there are hundreds who were on board and are now sick ABC's Alex stone with us on komo news Alex thank you very much you got it thanks have a good one is time one twenty.
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"Outbreak there ABC's Alex stone is LA now in port here in LA on a beautiful southern California day the bright white ship with large red cross is on the side now I sign that things will get better for hospitals now they have a place to send their non cold feet nineteen patients to make space in hospitals for those who do have corona virus the hope is the ship will begin accepting patients this weekend the other naval floating hospital the comforts expected to be in New York early next week new York's governor Andrew Cuomo now says five hundred nineteen people have died from the corona virus in his state speaking at the Javits center which has been converted into a hospital almost as forty four thousand people have tested positive in New York state and they need more hospitals we have settled on a few sites where and with the army corps of engineers and I'm going to ask the president today if he will authorize another for temporary hospitals for more than six thousand people currently are hospitalized with the covert nineteen in New York tanks and soldiers will not be lighting up at the ambassador bridge in Detroit Windsor tunnel the Wall Street journal reports the U. S. is backing down on president trump's apparent desire to put some troops along the Canadian border after officials in Canada made their objection to the idea clear the US and Canada do have the longest don militarized border in the world the navy and the marines confirming more positive cases of corona virus acting navy secretary Thomas motley says they're on board the Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier we are in the process now of testing a hundred percent of the crew of that ship to ensure that we were able to contain whatever spread might have occurred there on the ship but I also want to emphasize that the ship is operationally capable and can do its mission is for if required to do so Wadley says there are currently forty four positive tests within the marine corps and they have scaled back exercises in order to try to stop the spread governor Baker sold out of Swampscott taking a stay at home water a step further more on that for WBZ's Jim McKay when reading about the town stay at home order it is quite similar to the advisory issued by the state however there are some differences for instance this is considered mandatory in Swampscott and residents can get up to fines of one thousand dollars if they're not in compliance yeah those fines are unlikely but they're still on the books of the gist of this is preventing any nonessential travel you can still go outside for exercise biking walking that dog heading to the beach and of course those grocery runs part of the language also includes that everyone maintain at least six feet from each other and this is also a mandatory order that went into effect yesterday at noon and lasts until may third in Swampscott Jim McKay WBZ Boston news radio it's not a corona virus cure however it could be a step in the right direction researchers in New York City are extracting blood from covert nineteen survivors and giving it to those who are currently suffering from it more from A. B. C.'s chief medical correspondent Dr Jennifer Ashton this is called convalescent plasma treatment and it's really hinging on antibodies that people make after they've been exposed to a virus we think around four to eight weeks after they've recovered from cove at nineteen so it's starting clinical trials in New York City right now it's showing some promise in the past with sars and mers we are expecting to hear from president trump at the top of the hour along with the coronavirus task force from the White House could be two to WBZ newsradio will bring it to you live when it happens also you can listen on the I heart radio app don't forget any topic check out our website W. B. C. ten thirty dot com what's great information there about Kovitz nineteen mass cancellations sweeping changes to daily life now underway in Massachusetts market meltdown bottom falls out on wall street's self pointing this is the time of shared sacrifice and I know first hand that we are capable of.
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"Alex stone you're listening to ABC news the stay informed como midday afternoon twelve oh two from the comma twenty four hour news center I'm supposed to like here's what we're following we are expecting word from the governor today on assistance for businesses and their employees with no money because corona virus has been closed indefinitely here's Kamose Ryan Harris governor Jay Inslee says there will be some money in the two hundred million dollars the legislature earmarked to deal with the covert nineteen outbreak but that there are other urgent needs for that money to Inslee asked the federal government to include pandemics in the list of natural disasters to open up unemployment benefits but in the meantime he said this week I do think we have existing mechanisms to get money into the hands of people right now through the employment system if we in fact make sure is available to everyone the governor also promised strict enforcement of family leave another labor laws to make sure you can get the health benefits to which you're entitled he's not expected to announce a shelter in place order like the one in California Ryan Harris komo news you'll be able to hear the governor's update live here on companies radio will be caring that at around three o'clock the leader of Washington's largest city held the first of what will likely be daily meetings with key department heads and is Brian Calvert reports these were done face to face through face time Seattle is at the heart of Washington's covert nineteen outbreak and Jenny Durkan isn't taking chances the unique facetime like video meeting was for safety and to glean everything she could about her city's response so far as fire chief Herald Scoggins reported he's sending out fewer firefighters per call to try and limit the number of his people who end up quarantine mayor Durkan asked about testing kits and Scoggins replied he'd been promised four thousand turns out that number is for all of king county police chief Carmen best reported a custodian in her department's traffic unit has tested positive now all those workers have been quarantined best also reported she has a contingency plan for civil unrest and for enforcing a curfew if need be at the end of the video conference which lasted less than an hour she thank department heads saying it's unprecedented times we're just going to have to power through it Brian Calvert call Monique time twelve oh four and social distancing to a new level Camosun Romero decided to do a traffic reports from home in her pajamas how are things.
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"ABC's Alex stone in a joint announcement Major League Baseball Major League Soccer the national basketball association and the National Hockey League all announcing that they're going to lock down their locker rooms the only players and essential staff because of novel coronavirus media and other visitors will not have access to locker rooms this begins on Tuesday the league saying they will take further steps if necessary exhibition baseball the red Sox edge the Braves two to one the Sox announcing the club was agreed to terms with nineteen players on one year contracts for the twenty twenty season in addition the team renew the contract of third baseman Rafael Devers for the coming season the Celtics off last night they'll be on the road against the Pacers tonight the Bruins back in action this evening against the flyers in Philadelphia coming up we'll check traffic weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes it's two thirteen will start you off downtown where ninety three south bound the carpool lane is closed for the night and then the left lane is taken mystic AB up to the Tobin bridge that then becomes a triple right lane closure that old slow you down from as they come through the o'neill tunnel o'neill north right lane taken no delays on the airport tunnels cut the Callahan huddling close all night that's been re open Ted Williams eastbound the right lane is closed no delay their summer total also down a lane and moving well but star drive off ramp is blocked on the pike you're going to reduce speed east and westbound lanes taken in the prudential total Tobin bridge there drive soldiers field road all moving freely west of the city to ninety you gonna slow down for road work and shoes very both east and westbound traffic is momentarily detoured off route one forty then that right back onto two ninety hi Keith leveling taken in Weston before one twenty eight no worries there route to route nine are fine south of the city twenty four north bound as a right lane closure on the ramp to.
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"Alex stone at the ninety second annual Academy Awards on a cool cloudy LA day the red carpet now open covered by a ten to protect from rain the stories are arriving there will be no host tonight and what can we expect we asked producers Lynette Howell Taylor and Stephanie Allain he'll have a good pace I think it will feel theatrical and that was one of the things is important to us we both wanted to put on a show yes they share so those there's more music yeah music moments in the show in recent years they say it's gonna be a fast paced show they're offering up tonight among the movies leading the way joker coming in with the most eleven nineteen seventeen the Irishman in once upon a time in Hollywood each have ten Best Picture could be a fight between nineteen seventeen and parasite ABC's chase Nathanson is with me here he's down on the red carpet Hey Jason it's pretty rainy out here today the storm moved in just before the red carpet started so the stars arriving here maybe they might look a little wet but there is a little suspense and there's a little drama in the categories of best director in the category of Best Picture is it gonna be parasite is giving St nineteen seventeen we don't know we're all waiting to find out in about two hours inside the Dolby theatre the lights will come up and they show will begin about like stone at the Oscars now with more news your shock sievert sin reign in LA more elsewhere says ABC news senior meteorologist rob Marciano officials in Minnesota advising no travel across nine counties the Twin Cities under snow emergency more than a foot of snow blanketing parts of the state white out conditions causing treacherous travel democratic presidential candidates all over New Hampshire of voter Lorraine hall of national I would like to support the candidate that is going.
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"Alex stone at Loyola Marymount university in Los Angeles house speaker Nancy Pelosi insisting she will not send the articles of impeachment on to the Senate until she's told how a trial would be structured like to see a fair process but we'll see what they have and will be ready for whatever it is Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the speaker's getting cold feet a highly unusual step speaker the house continues to him at all about whether and when she intends to take the normal next up and transmit the houses accusations over here to the fountain McConnell says he and minority leader Chuck Schumer at a cordial meeting but they're still at an impasse over procedure for a trial the Senate's okay to spending bills just in time to avoid another government shutdown ABC's Andy field on Capitol Hill spending covers everything from billions more for the Pentagon to raising the cigarette purchase age to twenty one the funding the senses in stabilizing pensions for miners who were about to lose their benefits Republicans complaining it gives too much the social programs Democrats saying it spends too much on the military economists saying it just spends too much so you could add four hundred billion to the debt over the next decade president trump is expected to sign the bill the house has passed a re worked trade agreement with Canada and Mexico stocks closed at record highs today your listening to ABC news a man believed to have beaten his child to death nearly ten years ago now under arrest by the northern Ohio violent fugitive task force nine years ago Richard Lundy was convicted of felonious assault investigators say as child suffered serious head trauma from the result of three separate beatings the child was four months old at the time in April the child died and investigators say it was because of those injuries Lakewood police filed an aggravated murder charge Thursday the forty one year old Lundy was found at a halfway house in the Akron area after being released from prison in September that's Ken Robinson reporting from Cleveland a former gym teacher in Youngstown who was arrested last year in a sex sting was sentenced today James nor kiss given three years of probation he must surrender his teaching license as well nor can assess the register is a tier two sex offender police say he was one of twelve men were busted in August of last year they had showed up at a vacant home thinking they were there to meet and have sex with a child after Ohio state auditors sent a referral for criminal prosecution of Cincinnati so called gang of five city council members and all the county's prosecutor Joe deters says not him but a special prosecutor will handle the case our selfie G. today at lunch and I told him what was common I would not be doing my duty if I didn't brand special prosecutor that special prosecutors Patrick Hanley it was earlier this year when council members P. G. certain felt and other members Lancement Denard seal barking young admitted that they violated Ohio's open meeting act when they discussed city business privately I'm Matt Rees quick update and recap of the latest headlines you'll get it all in minutes at the bottom of the hour on news radio six ten W. TD and I would die of stress long before the cancer because the diagnoses brought this avalanche of worries the money they traveled a burden on the family when I I called the American cancer.
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"Alex stone joins us on the company's line with today's update from the company's C. E. O. what's the earliest we might see that plane up in the air Alex well looking at that later this year in the fourth quarter really said that today we heard from Dennis Wallenberg he was speaking at the Morgan Stanley will go to conference and he talked about the vat return to flight today at least commercial flight of it right now Boeing is targeting in on the the fourth quarter of this year but it's going to be a tight time line being the Boeing has not yet given the FAA to package it needs to begin the approval process on the updates that are going to be done to the plane so they've got to get through the FAA process then training updating meant the planes the. there's a lot of work to be done in the last couple of months but today Malberg saying that Boeing is confident that that it can be done by the end of the year and that could slide a little bit I mean it's been sliding now for months the that every couple of weeks it seemed like they were about ready to give that what the FAA needed giving them that documentation and then it just hasn't happened hasn't happened for a number of different reasons so wouldn't be surprising if they can't keep to that the other interesting note today is that that mon Berg said there is a very real possibility that he will be a phased on grounding in that the whole world may not give the green light at the same time we know European authorities have had some additional questions for Boeing that they may not take the thumbs up from the FAA is good to go in Europe so we said a baby the U. S. only for awhile or could be a couple of countries but not the whole world which could confuse things here and there may make it more difficult for airlines to convince passengers that did that the plane's ready to go if you say well only the U. S. but no where else in the world nonetheless he said that the real possibility that the whole world will not say it's safe to fly the same time do we know what the questions are that European regulators are asking bowing to address it not specifically it today he talked about the the the agency that they are it brought up some questions of their working their way through with it they they don't see them as a real big issue but I that they're having discussions with the the European now regulators are talking about simulator they've the that there's been some simulator time there but it does create more of a an uncertain time line of in terms of overall with the plane that may be able to fly again but the Europeans have made it known that they don't feel that all of these fixes have addressed the overall issue of run away tram on board they feel like there is a bigger issue here that needs to be addressed but there are some very specific questions of the Europeans have as well. how did that they're diving into delving into the day one going to be able to answer but the overall issue here's been the be if you have run away trim if you have the nose not doing what you wanted to do how do you recover and have enough time to recover without it being out of the ability of the pilots to do it ABC's Alex stone thank you Alex a call for a couple of people in Michael teal this morning come was Kelly Blair scissor experience serves as a warning to others the Michael teal fire department got the call just before for this morning the person was reporting feeling sick as they worked out an apartment buildings exercise room fire crews arrived at a second person also started complaining of symptoms fire chief Chris Alexander the term and that the building that they were in and had a high concentration of carbon monoxide all the record for the building the two patients are transported and then the firefighters were also seen at the hospital and treated for carbon monoxide poisoning the firefighters are now all of the hospital he did sound energy is looking into the cause of the poisoning they suspect the buildings furnace water heater or pool Peter Kelly Bleier komo news companies time approaching three ten bill sports with the como sports update once said the sky the sun is out for the mariners losing streak is over a young players first major league hit was so memorable..
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"The shooting ABC's Alex stone in Gilroy where police still haven't said what the motive might have been three people were murdered including a six year old boy and a thirteen year old girl the third victim a twenty year old man another sixteen people were injured at least one was in critical condition the gunman shot and killed by police Scott Goldberg ABC net eighty six degrees on Peachtree street at two OO one news brought to you by Hoffman financial WSB meteorologist Kurt malice is back in these kind of land is most accurate dependable forecast coming out verdict watch right now the jury in Henry county pondering the case of the alleged murder of a two year old girl in foster care this had their first question of deliberations in that question was all about scheduling the Henry county jurors got the okay from judge Brian amero to continue taking breaks at ten thirty and three in the afternoon at lunch at noon and quit at five PM jurors are considering forty nine charges against Jennifer and Joseph Rosenbaum who were accused of murdering their two year old foster daughter Layla Daniel in twenty fifteen prosecutors say the tiny girl suffered horrific abuse at Mrs Rosenbaum's hands while her husband looked the other way the defense contends the toddlers bruises and internal injuries were all from one night the foster mom performed frantic attempts to save the girl from choking in McDonough Veronica waters WSP small town in Manitoba the focus right now the intense manhunt is the royal Canadian Mounted Police still look for to murder suspects are on the run suspects may have been spotted on the remote island which inhabits only a few hundred people however this police corporal Julie could change we are not yet in a position to confirm that these are the wanted suspects our goal today remains to safely locate apprehends and identify the individual teams wanted for the murders of three people in British Columbia including one American weeks.
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"Alex stone joining us from dealer with the latest good morning Alex Marty good morning and the man hunt is on right now for a possible accomplice or second shooter they don't know this person if they even exist if they were just helping the shooter or if they were taking part in it as well but witnesses numerous witnesses say that there was somebody helping the gunmen carry this out police they've been looking all night they're looking right now they haven't seen any sign of that but that man hunt you still under way right now this was a secure invent Alex people had to go through security to get in what we know about how this man got his gun them well we know that day he cut his way and through a fence and he had some kind of tool on April the police say that he went up to the chain link fence a security fence that was all the way around the festival big park here in Gilroy about fifty five acres cut a hole in that sense crawled through that hole with his rifle and then went to the crowd that was at the very end of this festival three day festival Friday Saturday Sunday it was the last song that a tribute band a classic rock tribute band was performing that actually already perform their last song the crowd wanted one more during that one more police say that's when the shooter cut his way and then began shooting into the crowd three victims killed including a six year old boy according to his grandmother the boy's mother and other grandmother were also hit by bullets there were around fifteen or were injured although that number looks like overnight it has gone up is a done a better tally but the shooter was engaged in less than a minute police were firing Adam they were there they were doing security at the event and he was taken down if they had not been there in less than a minute no telling what the the death count would have been what do we know about the gunman at this point in the fact that he's deceased very little at police only in the last a couple of hours is this is all been unfolding and they've been continuing it's been so active because they have been looking for potentially another shooter they've had swat teams running around going lights and sirens all over anywhere somebody sees something looking in creeks looking in the woods looking anywhere they can to try to find somebody else but in the mean time trying to figure out who this guy was they are we know going through his social media history going through any kind of online activity that he had if he had posted anything try to talk to family members what is family history is they want to try to find a motive we know from some of the witnesses that they believe they heard him saying I'm just angry give that will play a role we'll find out and sometimes we don't find out a motive think back to Las Vegas years ago now we probably will never know why Stephen paddock carried that out in this case the F. B. I. other agencies are going to try but as of right now they don't know what the motive well hopefully this man social media will provide some answers describe this festival as we get ready to to wrap up with you this is a family event in an agricultural area right this is all about food wine and music people from all over the bay area come to this is I grew up in the bay area even though I was in the North Bay and this is way in the South Bay people would come down to Gil really for this it's all about the garlic fries the garlic vegro around here it is celebrating agriculture even beyond garlic this is a big festival people look forward to it every year this was its fortieth year again it was coming to a close and about a hundred thousand people attended over the three day period this is a big deal in the bay area to come to this festival and it what we keep hearing from people is this is the last place that they thought a shooter would attack this family friendly event one of the victims a six year old boy that shows you who was in attendance ABC's Alex stone in Gilroy thank you Alex you got it thanks five fifty five little money news.
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"He sees Alex stone is they're vicious a somber day here in Littleton. So many families were impacted when the gunfire started twenty years ago. There have been so many school shootings since one thousand nine hundred nine, but this was the one that shattered innocence for so many Americans. This was the one that unfolded on live TV students came running out with their hands victim seen crawling from the building today. Those who died will be honored in a remembrance ceremony. ABC's? Alec stone democratic leaders still poring over the four hundred plus pages of the mullahs report on Russia and pushing for the full unredacted version House Judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler, says the president's attorney general made significant reductions to Muller's four hundred page report. That's why Nadler issued a subpoena Friday to access the report. Thout edits, we need the entire report unredacted and the underlying documents bar has said he's open to showing selected members of congress the unredacted report. But now there's as he cannot accept a proposal that leaves quote, most of congress in the dark Mona Kosar. Ati ABC news Capitol Hill. One of the few Republicans to speak out GOP Senator Mitt Romney saying he is sickened at the extent of pervasiveness of dishonesty and misdirection by individuals in the highest office of the land. Meanwhile, President Trump who was at his Florida's state for the holiday weekend also responding to the report shortly after the public. I look at the Muller report, President Trump claimed it amounted to complete vindication, but the president is lashing out specifically at some of his former top aides who told Robert Muller. Trump lied to the public and wanted them to do things that could amount to obstruction of Justice ABC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl reporting. You're listening to ABC news. There's nothing like meeting face to face and there's nothing like zoom to make that happen.