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01:48 min | 3 months ago

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"President Biden looked ahead a bright summer. Especially a summer of joy For Alicia Walter, That means going to baseball games. Like this week's trip to Nationals Park here in Washington. She thinks the reopenings happening just right. I think it's a good balance between Too fast and not fast. But a third of Americans and at a piano RC Center for Public Affairs Research poll think restrictions were ended too fast and readjusting to normal life will take time in Michigan. Phyllis Scripts sick wants to get back to the gym and it will happen, But I've got to get prepared mentally, I think for that song or Megane Washington, The poll also finds it now that most states have lifted restrictions. About two thirds of those question who used to frequently travel say they will soon resume there. Apples and three quarters of frequent restaurant or bar goers before the pandemic say they will now return. The people may fall short of the president's goal of 70% of the population, at least partially vaccinated by the Fourth of July, CDC says Overall about 168 million adults in the U. S or 65% of the population, 18 and over have had at least one shot. US. Catholic bishops overwhelmingly approved the drafting of a teaching document. But many of them hope will rebuke Catholic politicians, including President Biden for receiving Communion despite their support for abortion rights. The decision was made over the appeals by a minority of bishops and the Vatican for a more cautious approach to the divisive issue. A judge in Johnson County, Kansas, just outside Kansas City and the most populous county in the state, is beginning to evict tenants who are behind on rent. Ahead of the expiration of a federal eviction moratorium at the end of this month. This is a P news The West and planes continue to.

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03:33 min | 3 months ago

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"Preliminary injunction prevents the CDC from enforcing its health order pending further legal action and orders both sides into mediation. I'm Jackie Quinn, Tropical Storm Warning runs from just east of Morgan City, Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle, National Hurricane Center forecasting tropical Storm Force winds and heavy rain over the next 6 to 12 hours. The system is also expected to bring heavy rain from the coast to the western Carolinas over the weekend. I'm Tim Maguire, AP News A reparations plan. I'm Tim Maguire with an A P news minute. The mayors of several U. S. Cities say they hope to be examples for governments across the country to develop a reparation programme for their black citizens. Mayors from 11 US cities large and small are pledging to pay reparations for slavery to a small group of black residents in their cities. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti while America Is a land of opportunity. For some, it remains a place of injustice, inequality and indignity for too many of our black brothers and sisters. The smallest of the cities in the group Calling itself mayors organized for reparations and equity or more is Tallahassee, Oklahoma. Who's mayor is Keisha current means a lot for me. It means a lot for my ancestors, and it means a lot for our community. The goal of more is to create a template for how a federal reparations programme could work. No details were announced on how much the more project will cost. Who will pay for it or how beneficiaries will be chosen? I might grow CEO I'm to McGuire AP NEWS. I'm Tim McGuire. President Biden says the numbers are the proof that vaccinations against the coronavirus are working. Here's the AP. Sagar Madani, the president says 300 million doses have been administered during his 1st 150 days in office. Nearly 43% of the population is now fully vaccinated. Deaths and hospitalizations are drastically down in places where people are getting vaccinated. But he says some areas with lower vaccination raids are seeing more cases and deaths. How are you doing at Atlanta's historic Ebeneezer Baptist Church? Vice President Harris watched people get vaccines and urged others to follow. We Together have the power to end this pandemic. Saagar Megane Washington a new A, P and R. C poll shows. Some people are failing. The lifting of virus restrictions may be happening too quickly to arse. Alicia Walter in Washington, D. C still uses a mask. I think I'm getting a little more comfortable. A weird feeling, but I'm getting more comfortable. It's nice to see people's faces again. About a third of those question think restrictions in their area have been lifted too quickly. But 40% say the pace of reopening is just about right. Paul FIEs majorities of people who were regularly doing so before the pandemic say they are returning to bars and restaurants or traveling and attending events such as movies or sporting events. Juneteenth celebrations Mississippi and Alabama being postponed a disorganized storm system carrying tropicals Storm force winds churning through the Gulf of Mexico. John Cangelosi is at the National Hurricane Center, He says. The big story is rain. If you're in a place that doesn't flood terribly, just stay indoors. If again If you're in a major flood zone, then maybe go somewhere. A little safer. Tropical Storm warning is in effect for parts of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida. The storm is also expected to bring heavy rain from the Gulf to the southern Appellation Mountains. This is a P news The hotel's member schools to compensate athletes. N C. A. A President Mark Emmert wants the organizations.

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03:53 min | 3 months ago

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"The nation goals. I'm Tim Maguire with an A P news minute. President Biden says the nation has hit another pandemic milestone 300 million shots in arms and under 100 and 50 days. It's an important milestone that just didn't happen on its own. Or by chance, Biden could fall short of his target to have 70% of people in this country at least partially vaccinated by the fourth of July. President says he realizes some people are reluctant to get vaccinated. That's okay. You still have questions? But Act act now Act. Now the pace of the new vaccinations in the U. S has dropped significantly from a high of nearly two million a day. About two months ago, A Minnesota man faces federal charges of transporting stolen vehicles in at least seven states FBI agents arresting the man earlier this month in Georgia. He's accused of stealing more than 60 golf carts. Over the last several years. I'm Tim Maguire, female soldiers in certain states face a higher risk of sexual assault and other misconduct at their military bases. Than women at other locations across the country. The Rand Corporation studied incidents of sexual assault, harassment and other misconduct at Army bases and finds female soldiers at Fort Hood and Fort Bliss in Texas face the highest risk, particularly those in combat commands, field artillery or engineering jobs. Other bases with red flags are Fort Campbell, Kentucky, Fort Carson, Colorado and Fort Riley and Kansas. The review follows last year's death of Army specialist Vanessa again at Fort Hood, which led to criticism of military leaders for not adequately dealing with high rates of sexual assault and harassment at that base. Jackie Quinn Washington A P news. I'm Tim McGuire. President Biden expects a summer of relief from the pandemic. Happy, sad. Ramadani has more as he touted 300 million vaccine doses administered during his 1st 150 days in office. President Biden looked ahead a bright summer. Especially a summer of joy For Alicia Walter, That means going to baseball games. Like this week's trip to Nationals Park here in Washington. She thinks the reopenings happening just right. I think it's a good balance between Too fast and not fast enough. But a third of Americans and at a piano RC Center for Public Affairs Research poll think restrictions were ended too fast and readjusting to normal life will take time in Michigan. Phyllis Scripts sick wants to get back to the gym and it will happen, But I've got to get prepared mentally, I think for that song or Megane Washington, The poll also finds it now that most states have lifted restrictions. About two thirds of those question who used to frequently travel say they will soon resume there. Apples and three quarters of frequent restaurant or bar goers before the pandemic say they will now return. The people may fall short of the president's goal of 70% of the population, at least partially vaccinated by the Fourth of July, CDC says Overall about 168 million adults in the U. S or 65% of the population, 18 and over have had at least one shot. US. Catholic bishops overwhelmingly approved the drafting of a teaching document. But many of them hope will rebuke Catholic politicians, including President Biden for receiving Communion despite their support for abortion rights. The decision was made over the appeals by a minority of bishops and the Vatican for a more cautious approach to the divisive issue. A judge in Johnson County, Kansas, just outside Kansas City and the most populous county in the state. Is beginning to evict tenants who are behind on rent ahead of the expiration of a federal eviction moratorium at the end of this month. This is a P news The West and planes continue to.

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03:59 min | 3 months ago

"alicia walter" Discussed on AP News

"Division. One council could act as early as next week when it meets Tuesday and Wednesday. I'm Mike Rossio Biden Vaccination goals. I'm Tim Maguire with an A P news minute. President Biden says the nation has hit another pandemic milestone 300 million shots in arms in under 150 days. That's an important milestone that just didn't happen on its own. Or by chance, Biden could fall short of his target to have 70% of people in this country at least partially vaccinated by the fourth of July. President says he realizes some people are reluctant to get vaccinated. That's okay. You still have questions? But Act act now Act. Now the pace of the new vaccinations in the U. S has dropped significantly from a high of nearly two million a day. About two months ago, A Minnesota man faces federal charges of transporting stolen vehicles in at least seven states FBI agents arresting the man earlier this month in Georgia. He's accused of stealing more than 60 golf carts. Over the last several years. I'm Tim Maguire, female soldiers in certain states face a higher risk of sexual assault and other misconduct at their military bases. Than women at other locations across the country. The Rand Corporation studied incidents of sexual assault, harassment and other misconduct at Army bases and finds female soldiers at Fort Hood and Fort Bliss in Texas face the highest risk, particularly those in combat commands, field artillery or engineering jobs. Other bases with red flags are Fort Campbell, Kentucky, Fort Carson, Colorado and Fort Riley and Kansas. The review follows last year's death of Army specialist Vanessa again at Fort Hood, which led to criticism of military leaders for not adequately dealing with high rates of sexual assault and harassment at that base. Jackie Quinn Washington A P news. I'm Tim McGuire. President Biden expects a summer of relief from the pandemic AP Sagara Madani has more as he touted 300 million vaccine doses administered during his 1st 150 days in office. President Biden looked ahead a bright summer. Especially a summer of joy For Alicia Walter, That means going to baseball games. Like this week's trip to Nationals Park here in Washington. She thinks the reopenings happening just right. I think it's a good balance between Too fast and not fast. But a third of Americans and at a piano RC Center for Public Affairs Research poll think restrictions were ended too fast and readjusting to normal life will take time in Michigan. Phyllis Scripts sick wants to get back to the gym and it will happen, But I've got to get prepared mentally, I think for that song or Megane Washington, The poll also finds it now that most states have lifted restrictions. About two thirds of those question who used to frequently travel say they will soon resume there. Apples and three quarters of frequent restaurant or bar goers before the pandemic say they will now return. The people may fall short of the president's goal of 70% of the population, at least partially vaccinated by the Fourth of July, CDC says Overall about 168 million adults in the U. S or 65% of the population, 18 and over have had at least one shot. US. Catholic bishops overwhelmingly approved the drafting of a teaching document. But many of them hope will rebuke Catholic politicians, including President Biden for receiving Communion despite their support for abortion rights. The decision was made over the appeals by a minority of bishops and the Vatican for a more cautious approach to the divisive issue. A judge in Johnson County, Kansas, just outside Kansas City and the most populous county in the state. Is beginning to evict tenants who are behind on rent ahead of the expiration of a federal eviction moratorium at the end of this month. This is a P news The West and planes continue to.

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03:30 min | 3 months ago

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"Thanks to this wartime response, we've gotten 300 million shots in the arms of Americans in 150 days. Months ahead of what most anyone thought was possible When we started, the president is in danger of failing to meet another, his target to have 70% of people at least partially vaccinated by July 4th. That's in a little over two weeks. President says variants of the virus are another threat. The best way to protect yourself against these variants. To get fully vaccinated. So please, please. If you have one shot get the second shot as soon as you can. So you're fully vaccinated Administration is in the middle of a month long push to combat vaccine hesitancy and the lack of urgency. Some people feel to get the shots. Alabama, Mississippi both have less than 30% of their citizens fully vaccinated. I'm Tim McGuire. A P news. I'm to McGuire The mayors of a number of cities are working on a program that could prove an example for making reparations to blacks in this country. Mike Gracia has details. Mayors from 11. US cities, large and small are pledging to pay reparations for slavery to a small group of black residents in their cities. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti while America is a land of opportunity, for some, it remains a place of injustice. Inequality and indignity for too many of our black brothers and sisters. The smallest of the cities in the group Calling itself mayors organized for reparations and equity or more is Tallahassee, Oklahoma. Who's mayor is Keisha current means a lot for me. It means a lot for my ancestors, and it means a lot for our community. The goal of more is to create a template for how a federal reparations programme could work. No details were announced on how much the more project will cost. Who will pay for it or how beneficiaries will be chosen? I might grow CEO President Biden expects relief this summer as he touted 300 million vaccine doses administered during his 1st 150 days in office. President Biden looked ahead a bright summer. Faithfully a summer of joy for Alicia Walter. That means going to baseball games. Like this week's trip to Nationals Park here in Washington. She thinks the reopenings happening just right. I think it's a good balance between Too fast and not fast enough. But a third of Americans and at a piano RC Center for Public Affairs Research poll think restrictions were ended too fast and readjusting to normal life will take time in Michigan. Phyllis Scripts sick wants to get back to the gym and it will happen, But I've got to get prepared mentally, I think for that song or Megane Washington, the poll also finds 40% feel the lifting of restrictions in their area is just about right and a vast majority of those who before the pandemic traveled when To a club. A sporting event or dined out will soon do so again. This is a P news Federal judge in Florida issues an injunction clearing the way for cruise ships to resume sailings. The judge sided with the state of Florida, which says it's being harmed by strict guidelines for cruise ships set by the U. S Centers for Disease Control. The CDC presented a four phase conditional framework to allow cruise ship operations to resume including rules on wearing masks and requiring proof that most passengers have been vaccinated something that Florida's governor has banned The judges preliminary injunction And prevent the CDC from enforcing its health order pending further legal action and orders both sides into.

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01:49 min | 3 months ago

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"Street in Manhattan. This is nobody when my Hackensack, New Jersey, New York City Yeah. News this hour from town hall. Com. Com. Patrick boss Western Heatwave Lingering over the Western US has fast record temperatures in multiple states. It's also increased wildfire danger. And life threatening drought. New poll shows are relaxing precautions taken during the covid 19 pandemic and resuming everyday activities. Washington Tourist Alicia Walter says she's happy with the reopening pace. It's not too fast, there's still options to socially distance. There's still options to To stay descent from people and wear your masks as you want to, So I think it's a good balance between too fast and not fast enough. Michigan resident Phyllis Script, Sick says it will take time to get back into a routine. I still haven't returned to the gym I want to, and I'm still on the fence about it, and I think I will take That plunged forward, but I've got to get prepared mentally. I think for that only 25% are highly concerned that the lifted restrictions will lead to additional people being infected in their community. York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is calling for more changes. The military system of justice, the New York Democrat, is leading the effort to change the way the military handles cases of sexual assault. Now, she says, the changes need to go beyond that to touch on other crimes, including racial injustice in the military. Gillibrand's bill would remove jurisdiction over sexual assaults and other serious crimes from the Chain of command in favor of trained military prosecutors. Her bill enjoys bipartisan support but was most recently denied a vote by Armed Services Committee chairman and fellow Democrat Jack Reed. He wants a bill incorporated instead into the annual National Defense Authorization Act. Bob Wagner reporting..

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01:48 min | 3 months ago

"alicia walter" Discussed on AP News

"President Biden looked ahead a bright summer. Especially a summer of joy For Alicia Walter, That means going to baseball games. Like this week's trip to Nationals Park here in Washington. She thinks the reopenings happening just right. I think it's a good balance between Too fast and not fast. But a third of Americans and at a piano RC Center for Public Affairs Research poll think restrictions were ended too fast and readjusting to normal life will take time in Michigan. Phyllis Scripts sick wants to get back to the gym and it will happen, But I've got to get prepared mentally, I think for that song or Megane Washington, The poll also finds it now that most states have lifted restrictions. About two thirds of those question who used to frequently travel say they will soon resume there, too. Apples and three quarters of frequent restaurant or bar goers before the pandemic say they will now return. The people may fall short of the president's goal of 70% of the population, at least partially vaccinated by the Fourth of July, CDC says Overall about 168 million adults in the U. S or 65% of the population, 18 and over have had at least one shot. US. Catholic bishops overwhelmingly approved the drafting of a teaching document. But many of them hope will rebuke Catholic politicians, including President Biden for receiving Communion despite their support for abortion rights. The decision was made over the appeals by a minority of bishops and the Vatican for a more cautious approach to the divisive issue. A judge in Johnson County, Kansas, just outside Kansas City and the most populous county in the state, is beginning to evict tenants who are behind on rent. Ahead of the expiration of a federal eviction moratorium at the end of this month. This is a P news The West and planes continue to.

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03:30 min | 3 months ago

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"Thanks to this wartime response. We've gotten 300 million shots in the arms of Americans in 150 days. Months ahead of what most anyone thought was possible When we started, the president is in danger of failing to meet another, his target to have 70% of people at least partially vaccinated by July 4th. That's in a little over two weeks. President says variants of the virus are another threat. The best way to protect yourself against these variants. To get fully vaccinated. So please, please. If you have one shot get the second shot as soon as you can. So you're fully vaccinated Administration is in the middle of a month long push to combat vaccine hesitancy and the lack of urgency. Some people feel to get the shots. Alabama, Mississippi both have less than 30% of their citizens fully vaccinated. I'm Tim McGuire. A P news. I'm to McGuire The mayors of a number of cities are working on a program that could prove an example for making reparations to blacks in this country. Mike Gracia has details. Mayors from 11. US cities, large and small are pledging to pay reparations for slavery to a small group of black residents in their cities. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti while America is a land of opportunity, for some, it remains a place of injustice. Inequality and indignity for too many of our black brothers and sisters. The smallest of the cities in the group Calling itself mayors organized for reparations and equity or more is Tallahassee, Oklahoma. Who's mayor is Keisha current means a lot for me. It means a lot for my ancestors, and it means a lot for our community. The goal of more is to create a template for how a federal reparations programme could work. No details were announced on how much the more project will cost. Who will pay for it or how beneficiaries will be chosen? I might grow CEO President Biden expects relief this summer as he touted 300 million vaccine doses administered during his 1st 150 days in office. President Biden looked ahead a bright summer. Especially a summer of joy For Alicia Walter, That means going to baseball games. Like this week's trip to Nationals Park here in Washington. She thinks the reopenings happening just right. I think it's a good balance between Too fast and not fast enough. But a third of Americans and at a piano RC Center for Public Affairs Research poll think restrictions were ended too fast and readjusting to normal life will take time in Michigan. Phyllis Scripts sick wants to get back to the gym and it will happen, But I've got to get prepared mentally, I think for that song or Megane Washington, the poll also finds 40% feel the lifting of restrictions in their area is just about right and a vast majority of those who before the pandemic traveled when To a club. A sporting event or dined out will soon do so again. This is a P news Federal judge in Florida issues an injunction clearing the way for cruise ships to resume sailings. The judge sided with the state of Florida, which says it's being harmed by strict guidelines for cruise ships set by the U. S Centers for Disease Control. The CDC presented a four phase conditional framework to allow cruise ship operations to resume including rules on wearing masks and requiring proof that most passengers have been vaccinated something that Florida's governor has banned The judges preliminary injunction And prevent the CDC from enforcing its health order pending further legal action and orders both sides into.

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01:32 min | 3 months ago

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"On target to meet. Excuse me, Miss Miss Hanson. Sorry. Almost done. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more. I'm Ed Donahue. As he announces more progress in the nation's vaccination push. President Biden says the numbers are proof the shots work. The AP Soccer Madani has the story. The president says 300 million doses have been administered during his 1st 150 days in office. Nearly 43% of the population is now fully vaccinated deaths and hospitalizations. Drastically down in places where people are getting vaccinated. But he says some areas with lower vaccination rates are seeing more cases and deaths. How are you doing at Atlanta's historic Ebeneezer Baptist Church? Vice President Harris watched people get vaccines and urged others to follow We together have the power To end this pandemic Saga or Megane Washington A new A P N O R C poll shows some people are feeling the lifting A virus restrictions may be happening too quickly. Tourist Alicia Walter in Washington, D. C still uses a mask. I think I'm getting a little more comfortable. A weird feeling, but I'm getting more comfortable. It's nice to see people's faces again. 34% of Americans think restrictions in their area have been lifted too quickly. Juneteenth celebrations in Mississippi and Alabama are being postponed. A disorganized storm system carrying tropical storm force winds churned through the Gulf of Mexico, John Cangelosi at the National Hurricane Center says..

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01:48 min | 3 months ago

"alicia walter" Discussed on AP News

"President Biden looked ahead a bright summer. Especially a summer of joy For Alicia Walter, That means going to baseball games. Like this week's trip to Nationals Park here in Washington. She thinks the reopenings happening just right. I think it's a good balance between Too fast and not fast. But a third of Americans and at a piano RC Center for Public Affairs Research poll think restrictions were ended too fast and readjusting to normal life will take time in Michigan. Phyllis Scripts sick wants to get back to the gym and it will happen, But I've got to get prepared mentally, I think for that song or Megane Washington, The poll also finds it now that most states have lifted restrictions. About two thirds of those question who used to frequently travel say they will soon resume there. Apples and three quarters of frequent restaurant or bar goers before the pandemic say they will now return. The people may fall short of the president's goal of 70% of the population, at least partially vaccinated by the Fourth of July, CDC says Overall about 168 million adults in the U. S or 65% of the population, 18 and over have had at least one shot. US. Catholic bishops overwhelmingly approved the drafting of a teaching document. But many of them hope will rebuke Catholic politicians, including President Biden for receiving Communion despite their support for abortion rights. The decision was made over the appeals by a minority of bishops and the Vatican for a more cautious approach to the divisive issue. A judge in Johnson County, Kansas, just outside Kansas City and the most populous county in the state, is beginning to evict tenants who are behind on rent. Ahead of the expiration of a federal eviction moratorium at the end of this month. This is a P news The West and planes continue to.

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01:48 min | 3 months ago

"alicia walter" Discussed on AP News

"President Biden looked ahead a bright summer. Especially a summer of joy For Alicia Walter, That means going to baseball games. Like this week's trip to Nationals Park here in Washington. She thinks the reopenings happening just right. I think it's a good balance between Too fast and not fast enough. But a third of Americans and at a piano RC Center for Public Affairs Research poll think restrictions were ended too fast and readjusting to normal life will take time in Michigan. Phyllis Scripts sick wants to get back to the gym and it will happen, But I've got to get prepared mentally, I think for that song or Megane Washington, The poll also finds it now that most states have lifted restrictions. About two thirds of those question who used to frequently travel say they will soon resume there. Apples and three quarters of frequent restaurant or bar goers before the pandemic say they will now return. The people may fall short of the president's goal of 70% of the population, at least partially vaccinated by the Fourth of July, CDC says Overall about 168 million adults in the U. S or 65% of the population, 18 and over have had at least one shot. US. Catholic bishops overwhelmingly approved the drafting of a teaching document. But many of them hope will rebuke Catholic politicians, including President Biden for receiving Communion despite their support for abortion rights. The decision was made over the appeals by a minority of bishops and the Vatican for a more cautious approach to the divisive issue. A judge in Johnson County, Kansas, just outside Kansas City and the most populous county in the state. Is beginning to evict tenants who are behind on rent ahead of the expiration of a federal eviction moratorium at the end of this month. This is a P news The West and planes continue to.

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01:48 min | 3 months ago

"alicia walter" Discussed on AP News

"President Biden looked ahead a bright summer. Especially a summer of joy For Alicia Walter, That means going to baseball games. Like this week's trip to Nationals Park here in Washington. She thinks the reopenings happening just right. I think it's a good balance between Too fast and not fast. But a third of Americans and at a piano RC Center for Public Affairs Research poll think restrictions were ended too fast and readjusting to normal life will take time in Michigan. Phyllis Scripts sick wants to get back to the gym and it will happen, But I've got to get prepared mentally, I think for that song or Megane Washington, The poll also finds it now that most states have lifted restrictions. About two thirds of those question who used to frequently travel say they will soon resume there. Apples and three quarters of frequent restaurant or bar goers before the pandemic say they will now return. The people may fall short of the president's goal of 70% of the population, at least partially vaccinated by the Fourth of July, CDC says Overall about 168 million adults in the U. S or 65% of the population, 18 and over have had at least one shot. US. Catholic bishops overwhelmingly approved the drafting of a teaching document. That many of them hope will rebuke Catholic politicians, including President Biden for receiving Communion despite their support for abortion rights. The decision was made over the appeals by a minority of bishops and the Vatican for a more cautious approach to the divisive issue. A judge in Johnson County, Kansas, just outside Kansas City and the most populous county in the state. Is beginning to evict tenants who are behind on rent ahead of the expiration of a federal eviction moratorium at the end of this month. This is a P news The West and planes continue to.

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02:07 min | 3 months ago

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"Take the first images of the sun's polls as well as investigate the heliosphere and solar wind. I'm Ed Donahue AP News I'm Ed Donahue as he announces more progress in the nation's vaccination push. President Biden says the numbers are proof the shots work. The AP Soccer Madani has the story. The president says 300 million doses have been administered during his 1st 150 days in office. Nearly 43% of the population is now fully vaccinated deaths and hospitalizations. Drastically down in places where people are getting vaccinated. But he says some areas with lower vaccination rates are seeing more cases and deaths. How are you doing? At Atlanta's historic Ebeneezer Baptist Church. Vice President Harris watched people get vaccines and urged others to follow We together have the power To end this pandemic Saga or Megane Washington A new A P N O R C poll shows some people are feeling the lifting A virus restrictions may be happening too quickly. Tourist Alicia Walter in Washington, D. C still uses a mask. I think I'm getting a little more comfortable. A weird feeling, but I'm getting more comfortable. It's nice to see people's faces again. 34% of Americans think restrictions in their area have been lifted too quickly. Juneteenth celebrations in Mississippi and Alabama are being postponed. A disorganized storm system carrying tropical storm force winds churned through the Gulf of Mexico, John Cangelosi at the National Hurricane Center says. The big story. Here is rain. If you're in a place that doesn't flood terribly, just stay indoors. If again If you're in a major flood zone, then maybe go somewhere a little safer. A tropical storm warning is in effect for parts of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida. Police in Phoenix believe they have a suspect who opened fire on vehicles and pedestrians for about 90 minutes across the city. Leaving one person dead. Dozens others injured Four people and all were shot. Investors are still recalibrating their moves big losses today the Dow lost 533 points. This is a P news. North Korea's leader.

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00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Biden Promotes Milestone of 300M Vaccine Shots in 150 Days

"Many Americans are resuming pre pandemic life even as some worry virus related restrictions are being lifted too fast as he touted three hundred million vaccine doses administered during his first one hundred fifty days in office president Biden looked ahead and breaks Trish Williams summer majority for Alicia Walter that means going to baseball games like this week's trip to nationals park here in Washington she thinks the re openings happening just right I think it's a good balance between too fast and not fast but a third of Americans in AP-NORC center for public affairs research poll think restrictions were ended too fast and readjusting to normal life will take time in Michigan Phyllis script sick wants to get back to the gym and it will happen but I've got to get prepared mentally I think for that Sager made Donnie Washington

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03:14 min | 3 months ago

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"Is offering digital records of coronavirus vaccination that people can use to access businesses or events that require proof they got the shot. Antonio Gutierrez was unanimously elected for a second term as secretary general of the United Nations. Gutierrez says mistrust cannot be the norm to rebuild trust is the way to make the impossible possible. If we remain divided, the possible will remain impossible and the fragilities of this world will translate themselves into bigger suffering for the people, especially the most vulnerable of the vulnerable Juneteenth celebrations in Mississippi and Alabama this weekend have been postponed because of a tropical weather system that is moving into the Gulf Coast. Catholic bishops approved overwhelmingly the drafting of a teaching document, many of them hope will rebuke Catholic politicians, including President Biden for receiving Communion, despite their support for abortion rights. Opponents say this will portray bishops as partisan. This is a P news. Ohio's governor is worried about low vaccination rates and how it could affect students on a playing field in Columbus, Ohio, High school coaches and athletes urged students to get vaccinated. Sunny styles is a nationally ranked safety on the football team for Pickering 10 Central high School. You don't wanna be that guy that would Injured teammate season the state of Ohio's coronavirus dashboard reports that only about 47% of the population has started on their vaccines. In some counties. The figures are more like 28, or 30%. Governor Mike DeWine says There was a 43% bump and vaccination rates attributed to the backs of million promotion in May, but that those numbers have tapered off the weeks after that have not been a spectacular certainly at all. He's concerned about pockets of the state with lower vaccination rates it threatens Their ability to have school without interruptions. I'm Jennifer King. The virus. Death toll in Brazil is about to reach 500002nd of the world behind the United States. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News in a piano RC Center for Public Affairs Research poll finds majorities of people who used to eat out or go to games and movies before the pandemic are doing it all again. About a third of people in the survey think restrictions have been lifted too fast. Here in Washington, David Story calls it a leap of faith. I'm pretty comfortable what's going on, But I still got my mash just to be on the safe side. The poll finds far fewer Americans are still wearing masks kind of a habit for me to put it back on. Alicia Walter keeps her as close but is getting more comfortable without it. It's nice to see people's faces again. Saga or Megane Washington. Good morning. I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute. Canada's public safety minister says border restrictions on non essential travel with the United States will be extended until July 21st. The restrictions were first announced in March of last year and have been extended every month since. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine says people need to be cautious as restrictions in the US are lifted, and this virus is still very, very much here. Sadly, and there's a real difference between the vaccinated and unvaccinated. A new A piano RC poll shows some people worry coronavirus related restrictions were lifted to quickly. Virginia resident David Story is cautious. I'm going to try to take a step out there and take a.

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AP News

02:50 min | 3 months ago

"alicia walter" Discussed on AP News

"North Korea's leader is vowing to be ready for confrontation with the United States. State media says Kim Jong UN has ordered his government to be prepared for both dialogue and confrontation with the Biden administration, but more for confrontation. Days after the U. S. And others urged the North to abandon its nuclear program and return to talks. Some experts say Kim's statement indicates he will likely push to strengthen his nuclear arsenal and increase pressure on Washington to give up what North Korea considers hostile policy toward the north, though he'll also prepare for talks to resume. I'm Charles delayed asthma. New Rand Corporation study finds female soldiers at army bases in Texas, Colorado, Kansas and Kentucky face a greater risk of sexual assault and harassment than those at other post accounting for more than a third of all active duty Army women sexually assaulted in 2018 I'm Ed Donahue. Many Americans are getting back to everyday activities, though a poll show some worry Covid 19 related restrictions were lifted too fast. This is our fourth stadium in two weeks at Nationals Park here in Washington. We are so happy that baseball back like Alicia Walter, four in 10, people in an A P. N O. R C Center for public affairs research polls say the reopenings pace is just right. Not too fast, not too slow about a third say restrictions have been lifted too fast. Still majorities of Americans who traveled or went to restaurants and games before the pandemic are now back at it. David's story says. It's a leap of faith. I'm going to try to take a step out there, and the poll shows many Americans are still wearing masks but significantly fewer than a few months ago. Sagar Megane Washington This is our fourth stadium in two weeks at Nationals Park here in Washington. We are so happy to have baseball back like Alicia Walter, four in 10 people in an a piano. RC Center for Public Affairs Research polls say the reopenings pace is just right. Not too fast, not too slow about a third say restrictions have been lifted too fast. Still, majorities of Americans who traveled or went to restaurants and games before the pandemic art now back at it. David's story says. It's a leap of faith. I'm going to try to take a step out there. And the poll shows many Americans are still wearing masks, but significantly fewer than a few months ago. Sagar Megane Washington I still haven't returned to the gym. I want to And I'm still on the fence about it, and I think I will take That plunge forward, But I've got to get prepared. Mentally, I think for that Get Dad the perfect gift now at Macy's Father's Day cell with an extra 25% off his favorite designers with your coupon or Macy's card that's.

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KOMO

02:30 min | 3 months ago

"alicia walter" Discussed on KOMO

"The EMS complete the rally, beating the Tampa Bay Rays 65. The EMS have won four of five games. Major League Baseball has taken another big step and relaxing coronavirus regulations. It's allowing fully vaccinated players and staff to stop wearing mask and dugouts, Bullpens and club House is a memo sent by the League and Players Association says other restrictions related to travel on buses and planes were also eased, including an end to monitor testing. Brianna Stewart led the way with 21 points in a season high 15 rebounds as the storm beat the Indiana Fever last night. 79 69. The Sounders return to action Saturday on the road against the LA Galaxy. They haven't played since May 30th because of the MLS break, allowing players to report to their national teams. The Tampa Bay Lightning beat the New York Islanders to one last night to take a 21 lead in the Stanley Cup semifinals. Montreal in Vegas play Game three of their semifinal series Tonight, Sports A 10 and 40 minutes past the hour Americans common New updating traffic in two minutes Coming news time 9 12 and football game named after a late night talk show host Oscar Welles, Gabriel says, Yep, it's happening. The Jimmy Kimmel label kind of sounds like a punchline to a joke. Or maybe an entree at a restaurant that caters to Hollywood tourists can Was announcing that he has gotten the naming rights to the first ever Ella both. It will take place December 18th at so far Stadium in Inglewood, California, and it will be the first Bowl game played at the one year old venue. The inaugural ball game was to have been played last year, but it was postponed because of the pandemic, Kimmel says It is the first time a bowl game has ever been named after a human being. But he didn't know that for sure. Because he didn't bother checking. Um Oscar Welles Gabriel. Many Americans are getting back to everyday activities, though a poll Poll shows some worry that virus related restrictions were lifted too fast. This is our fourth stadium in two weeks at Nationals Park here in Washington. We are so happy to have baseball bat like Alicia Walter four in 10 people in an A P. N O. R. C Center for public affairs Research. Polls say the reopenings pace is just right. Not too fast, not too slow. About a third say restrictions have been lifted too fast. Still majorities of Americans who traveled or went to restaurants and games before the pandemic art now back at it. David's story says. It's a leap of faith. I'm going to try to take a step out there, and the poll shows many Americans are still wearing masks but significantly fewer than a few months ago. Sagar Megane Washington news time Now, 9 13 and many parts of.

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AP News

02:27 min | 3 months ago

"alicia walter" Discussed on AP News

"Here's our saga Amangani at Nationals Park here in Washington. We are so happy to have baseball back like Alicia Walter four in 10 people in an A P. N O. R. C Center for public affairs research. Polls say the reopening spaces just right not too fast. Fast, not too slow about a third say restrictions have been lifted too fast. Still majorities of Americans who traveled or went to restaurants and games before the pandemic art now back at it. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky says she thinks the delta variant Now dominant in Britain will become the dominant coronavirus strain in the U. S. But she says the vaccines protect against it. I'm Rita Foley, Many Americans are getting back to everyday activities. Though a poll shows some worry Covid 19 related restrictions were lifted too fast. Is our fourth stadium in two weeks at Nationals Park here in Washington. We are so happy to have baseball back like Alicia Walter, four in 10 people in an A P. N O. R. C Center for public affairs research. Polls say the reopening spaces just right. Not too fast, not too slow about a third say restrictions have been lifted too fast. Still majorities of Americans who traveled or went to restaurants and games before the pandemic Art now back at it. David's story says. It's a leap of faith. I'm going to try to take a step out there, and the poll shows many Americans are still wearing masks but significantly fewer than a few months ago. Soccer Megane Washington This is our fourth stadium in two weeks at Nationals Park here in Washington. We are so happy to have baseball back like Alicia Walter, four in 10 people in a piano. RC Center for Public Affairs Research. Polls say the reopening spaces just right not too fast, not too slow about a third say restrictions have been lifted too fast. Still, majorities of Americans who traveled or went to restaurants and games before the pandemic art now back at it. David's story says. It's a leap of faith. I'm going to try to take a step out there. And the poll shows many Americans are still wearing masks, but significantly fewer than a few months ago. Soccer Megane Washington I still haven't returned to the gym. I want to And I'm still on the fence about it, and I think I will take That plunge forward, But I've got to get prepared. Mentally. I think for that. Hello..

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AP-NORC Poll: Many Americans Resuming Pre-Virus Activities

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00:50 sec | 3 months ago

AP-NORC Poll: Many Americans Resuming Pre-Virus Activities

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