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"Committee this week. The committee wanted to know how much your activities as a political activist may have affected the work of her husband, Supreme Court Justice clarence Thomas. Northwest news radio's Jeff pojo has an update from ABC White House correspondent Andy field. This was behind closed doors, but what do we know about what Ginny Thomas said to the committee? Well, the most important thing is she's still believes the 2020 election was stolen, despite no evidence that that was the case. It's extraordinary that the wife was Supreme Court Justice, who basically has his ear every day, has these beliefs, well, the committee released her statement. It's interesting. She goes, I'm here voluntarily to answer questions about my activities growing in the 2020 election, which I think you will find were minimal and mainstream. Of course, they were not mainstream at all. They were pretty out there when it came to making accusations about stolen elections. She talked about the fact that she has a law degree, but she never practiced. And she also said that when her husband came a judge back in 1990, he has only worked in legal areas and I guarantee you that my husband has never spoken with me about a pending case at the court. It is an ironclad rule in his house additionally, he is, quote, uninterested in politics and generally I do not discuss with him my day to today work and politics. The topics I'm working on who I'm calling emailing texting and meeting, which means they probably have nothing to talk about at dinnertime. And she's not talking about what she's doing, and he's not talking about what he's doing. And she said that clarence Thomas was completely unaware of text with Mark Meadows until the committee leaked them to the press, and she goes, also, let me add its laughable for anyone who knows my husband to think I could influence his jurisprudence, man is independent and stubborn, was strong character traits of independence and integrity. I am now happy to answer questions. And what you probably want to know is, what were the questions? What were the answers? We don't know that yet, but we will, perhaps, at the next January 6th committee hearing. So why was the committee interested in her testimony to begin with? Well, in large part because there are so many texts of her basically giving play by play advice to the chief of staff of the president, the man who literally controls The White House, stepped down from president Trump and what is the wife of a Supreme Court Justice doing that for? So you remember that clarence Thomas actually had to decide a number of cases involving January 6th in terms of paper and executive privilege for former president Trump. And it just defies belief that he didn't know his wife was involved in some of this because much of that was public knowledge when he was making these court decisions. So even if they didn't talk about it at the dinner table, clarence Thomas certainly knew that his own wife was biased in one way and you would think that if you have a family member or any connection to you that has a vested interest in the outcome of a case that you would recuse yourself, but clarence Thomas did not do that. Hear more of this conversation on the latest edition of the northwest politics. You can subscribe at northwest news radio dot com or wherever you get your podcasts. Here are your political insights from ABC News. A government shutdown is averted after both the Senate and House approved an interim spending bill to keep the federal government open until December 16th. The interim spending bill included about $12 billion for Ukraine and about $19 billion in disaster aid, and President Biden condemned Russian president Vladimir Putin's annexation of some Russian occupied Ukrainian territories. He can't seize his neighbor's territory. And get away with it. Biden also called a series of leaks of the Nord stream natural gas pipelines between Russia and Europe, a deliberate act of sabotage. That incident is being investigated. At the same time, the U.S. is slapping new sanctions on more than a thousand Russian people and companies in the wake of the escalating war in Ukraine. Including new authorities to sanction anyone who provides political or economic support to Russia's fraudulent territorial claims. Those are your political insights. I'm em win, ABC News. Your stock charts dot com money update on news radio 1000 FM 97 7. Customer satisfaction at sea tac airport is down from last year, according to a report from consumer research firm JD powers. The main complaints are crowded terminals and a lack of infrastructure. Sea tac had 36 million passengers last year and 80% increase from 2020. Rite Aid, the owner of Seattle's bartel drugs, reported that net losses tripled to $331 million in its second quarter and sales fell more than 3%. Company officials cited an unexpected decline in revenue from COVID-19 vaccines, as well as store closures. Companies stopped closed at just four 95 per share today and is down 67% on the year. The Dow lost 500 points to close at 28,725. NASDAQ fell one 62 when the S&P 500 lost 55. This is rob Smith with northwest news radio. It is estimated the economic toll of hurricane Ian could run into the tens of billions of dollars. ABC's Andrea fujii has more. As cleanup begins from hurricane Ian, so does the realization of how much it will take to rebuild. We started to see the water coming through the windows. I would say to take a few days to get everything cleaned, Ian, one of the most powerful hurricanes to make landfall in the U.S., is expected to have caused upwards of $67 billion in damage, a large number, but less than half of Hurricane Katrina's price tag of 161 billion. When we floated on a bed all the way up to the ceiling, we only had a foot of air left. Hurricane Ian destroyed Halley's rental home in Fort Myers, about a mile from the gulf, our Ginger Zee caught up with her. Though I don't have a home, I don't have a car and
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"Pfizer is also asking the FDA for authorization for its new antiviral pill called pax levied It's a COVID-19 medication which early trials show can reduce the risk of deaths in hospitalizations by 89% In Washington M1 ABC News Most encouraging news tonight about the holiday shopping season new figures show Americans are going on a shopping spree and despite the challenges of the post pandemic economy some big retailers insist they're ready ABC's Andrea fujii has details America's largest retailer Walmart insists it's ready for the holidays despite the supply chain crisis affecting nearly every corner of the economy Stores and fulfillment centers are well staffed and our price position remains strong As many stores struggle to stock shelves a new earnings report shows Walmart's inventory levels are actually up 11% from the same time last year And during a call with investors the CEO said this about the rising cost of products Fighting inflation is in our DNA Americans are still eager to shop even with the highest inflation in 30 years driving up prices Home Depot Tuesday reported a nearly 10% increase in earnings fueled by a surge in home improvement projects And new data from the commerce department shows retail sales jumping nearly 2% from September to October more than was predicted In the meantime a positive sign for the backlog of cargo ships at America's ports The port of Los Angeles reports since last month there's been a 29% drop in the amount of cargo sitting unloaded Transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg spoke Tuesday about efforts underway to ease the bottlenecks They include encouraging more 18 to 20 year olds to start a career in truck driving and the recent push to operate ports around the clock I heard somebody say this is not a silver bullet situation It's more silver buckshot A lot of different things that can be deployed at the same time Andrea Fuji ABC News New York 6 20 Jim cesca with our propellant insurance money update Stocks finished in the red today despite generally positive earnings news from retailers including target TJX companies and Lowe's the S&P 500 slipped 12 points The Dow Jones industrials fell 211 and the NASDAQ composite shed 52 Target this morning posted third quarter results that handily exceeded expectations the retailer added that its shelves are full heading into the holiday season with inventory up some $2 billion from a year ago that would noted that it is seeing some gross margin pressures Target shares slid four and three quarter percent today Meanwhile shares of Lowe's ended fractionally higher the home improvement chain beat expectations for quarterly earnings and also raised its forecast That's your money now Money news at 20 and 50 past the hour will check on.
Britney Spears Approved to Hire Her Own Lawyer
"Over yet. But there are some new twists in the Britney Spears case. ABC s Andrea Fuji has the latest Britney Spears is celebrating. Overnight she posted to Instagram saying, New with real representation Today I feel gratitude and blessed. This is me celebrating by horseback riding and doing CART wheels today. In court Wednesday, The judge granted Spears request to hire her own lawyer in the fight to end her 13 year conservatorship controlled by her father, Celebrity attorney Matthew Rosengarten will now represent her question remains. Why is he involved? Should step down voluntarily. As that is, in the best interest a Britney Spears in court. A tearful spears called in by phone, demanding her father, Jamie Spears be removed from her conservatorship, saying she wants him charged with conservator abuse Spears saying I am here to get rid of my dad. The singer, claiming I was extremely scared of my dad. Spears detailed what she calls her illegal work schedule in which she says she was forced to be available 10 hours per day every day, And at times, she says, her caretakers took away her hair, vitamins and even her coffee. Spears, saying that's not abuse. That's just cruelty. Jamie Spears was adamant He is not stepping down his lawyers arguing for their side of the story to be heard, saying, There are a lot of misstatements in Britney's testimonies. The judge also approved the resignation of Bessemer Trust as co conservator. That means as of now, Jamie Spears is the sole manager of his daughter's $60 million estate. But Spears wants the conservatorship ended altogether without facing a medical evaluation, she says. If one is necessary, she'd like Jodi Montgomery, her co conservator of person to stay on and handle the transition. There will be another court hearing on Monday in which the judge will examine Jodi Montgomery's request for security to be paid out from the trust. As she claims she's receiving death threats. Andrea Fujii.
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"These four states are seeing the steepest price increases Utah, Indiana, Oregon and Washington. And when it comes to traffic, triple A, says drivers on Highway 17 year, San Francisco can expect congestion to be 340% worse than usual, ABC Andrea Fujii, the U. S military's left Bagram airfield in Afghanistan, turning it over to Afghan forces. The withdrawal, the clearest indication that the last of the American troops have left the country or are nearing a departure well ahead. The president Biden September 11 deadline, the Trump Organization and his longtime CFO, it pleaded not guilty to a string of tax fraud charges. Related to fringe benefits. This is ABC News. More gun violence in Chicago. At least five people, including a baby, were injured in a shooting last night on the city's south side. We'll get more clues on the state of the economy. With the June Jobs report released today, the job market is continuing to heal and think back about a year ago when we had a double digit unemployment right now we have an unemployment rate that has been below 6% for the U. S has a whole Bankrate senior financial analyst Mark Hamrick says. That could be reflected in the Labor Department's June employment report expectation here as that the official unemployment rate will slip a bit from May's 5.8% reading, perhaps down to five point 6% expect segments that were hit hardest during the pandemic, especially hospitality to see the most growth. Daria Aldinger ABC News. Toyota is now the number one automaker when it comes to sales in the US taking the top spot from General Motors. Analysts say the shortage of semiconductor chips has hurt GM production. I'm Tom Rivers, ABC News Welcome Guests Back.
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"They're on the side of truth. We're on the side of Donald Trump's Big Rod ABC. Rachel Scott has more from Capitol Hill, the mother of fallen officer Brian Sick, Nick, who died after the Capitol insurrection. She was up here on Capitol Hill going door to door to more than a dozen Republican lawmakers offices, begging them to vote for this commission. She told me that their opposition is a slap in the face. The officers who defended the capital that day. Three Tacoma Washington Police officers had to be arraigned today on charges stemming from the death of a black man two months before George Floyd was killed. A B C's Andrea Fujii has details. 33 year old Manny Ellis was beaten and taste while his hands and feet were shackled. His death ruled a homicide with an enlarged heart and meth intoxication as contributing factors. Cell phone video shows officers restraining him and he could be heard saying he couldn't breathe. The three officers now charged with his death to facing second degree murder, and the third charged with manslaughter. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. 20 Minutes of nonstop news continues on CO Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Good morning. It is 502 Friday morning, the 28th Day of May cloudy skies in Seattle. Right now it's 50 degrees. Good morning. I Greg Hirsch, old Manda is off this morning, and these are some of our top stories more about the three Tacoma police officers. Charged in the death of manual elsewhere due to make their first court appearance later today and a prominent trial attorney is piecing together a picture of their possible defense. We learned about it from Cuomo's Corwin Hate statement from the state attorney general's office notes the historic nature of yesterday's charges for the first time ever. That office has criminally charged police officers for the unlawful use of deadly force. You are charged with second degree murder analysis. Death Ah, third with first degree manslaughter, comma That's attorney and author and Bremner. She has defended officers in the past, and she believes this case will begin with a motion to dismiss with the defense, arguing the officers were doing their jobs. I think you also see some real push on behalf of the defendant's publicly for their side of the story to come out, they'll be battling a strong narrative that includes video of officers, forcing Ellis a black man to the ground. Found where they choke him and punch him multiple times. The officers are due in court for a bail hearing today. Corwin Headache Cuomo News, now east of the mountains to Con El High School, which has been sanctioned in response to the racist comments made by some students and a varsity girls basketball team last weekend. Meantime, of separate incident involving allegations of racist comments during a basketball game is being investigated in Lakewood and one and Michael T. O is we hear from co most Carleen Johnson, the students were shouting monkey when two black players from Zilla were at the free throw line, the athletic director from Con el taking some heat as on video, it appears He didn't do enough to stop the students, at least not immediately. Punishment from the league. Kanell's girls and boys basketball teams will not be allowed to participate in postseason play. The league championship wrestling event, scheduled at Cornell next month will be moved to another school, and no fans allowed It games. This parent of a canal girls basketball players spoke with KMT, You girls had nothing to do with it. I could just get train that hard fought game ever held. Also reports the Lakewood and Michael T. O District's have hired a third party investigator to look into allegations of discriminatory comments during a girls varsity basketball game last week at Lakewood Player from Mariner alleges she was the target of racist comments from the Lakewood crowd, and Lakewood expressed its own concerns of overly physical play by Mariner. Carleen Johnson. Come on news. It's 504. Here's what's coming up after we check traffic and weather infections are up. But not this much. I'm Brian covered with the reason this week's covert numbers are a little inflated. I'm Frank Lindsay. I'll tell you about a lieutenant governor in the Northwest, who just signed a major order while her boss was out.
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"Explication as contributing factors. Cell phone video shows officers restraining him and he could be heard, saying he couldn't breathe. The three officers now charged with his death to facing second degree murder, and the third charged with manslaughter. NBC's Andrea Fujii, former House bigger Paul Ryan, going after Donald Trump telling an audience in California's Reagan library. Creating a bipartisan commission to investigate the capital insurrection. This is ABC News. General Motors is bringing several of its auto factories back online production had been shut down by global shortage of computer chips needed all over new cars and trucks. Both GM and Ford say they expect the shortfall tease later this year. Bill Cosby will remain behind bars. Bill Cosby was denied parole by the Pennsylvania Parole Board earlier this month, citing Cosby's refusal to take part in treatment programs for sex offenders. Representatives for Cosby say the decision is not surprising as he refuses to go through treatment because he maintains his innocence. Cosby was convicted in 2018 on three counts of aggravated indecent assault. And sentenced to 3 to 10 years in state prison. Marco Malard ABC NEWS SHOWBIZ obituary actor Kevin Clark, who played drummer Freddie Spasm Aggie Jones in 20, or three School of Rock, skilled in Chicago Wednesday when his bike was hit by a car Kevin Clark, But just 32 years old. I'm Tom Rivers. ABC News BC powder knows Life Pushes us to the max work to the max family to the max. That can mean pain to the max. So try B. C. Max. Strength be seeing Max relieves.
Volcano erupts in Caribbean as thousands flee danger zone
"Rush against time on a Caribbean island. Or a natural disaster appears to be taking shape. A BCS Andrea Fujii has this story. Cruise ships racing to help evacuate thousands of people before a volcano erupts on the Caribbean island of ST Vincent, local officials saying an eruption is imminent. There is no in the country. Evacuation order fairies boats, all helping get people out. At least four cruise ships are now arriving Royal Caribbean and celebrities sending help and two ships from Carnival or set to dock today. Another drill. This is an emergency versus with Children. Those that are disabled well only to board for US. Smoke is already bill away from the loss of free air volcano, which last erupted in 1979, the prime minister or re mandatory evacuations of about 16,000 people and designated red danger zones. ST. Vincent is the main island in the Caribbean nation of ST Vincent and the Grenadines. About 1500 miles from Miami, west of Barbados and northeast of Aruba and Venezuela arrangements. Have no kick started. The process begins. The pandemic is posing an extra challenge. Keep your master on the prime minister warning people they should be vaccinated before entering a shelter or boarding a cruise ship evacuated residents are expected to be taken to neighboring islands or they can shelter on ST Vincent outside the danger zones.
Meghan Markle says royal family 'perpetuating falsehoods about' Prince Harry, herself
"Denying allegations that she is a bully, but Buckingham Palace says they're investigating those elegant Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle is defending her decision to speak out against the royal family. Her statement was released overnight in this promo clip for her and Prince Harry is upcoming interview with Oprah in which the duchess refers to the royal family as the firm. I don't know how they could expect that after all of this time, we would still just be silent if there is an active role. That the firm is playing in perpetuating falsehoods about us. The clips released coming just hours after Buckingham Palace confirmed it will investigate bulling accusations against Marchal. With correspondent Andrea Fujii and yes, she did call Buckingham Palace. The firm
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"Gaming area in the state. Local shoe casino the biggest and best in the northwest. You're next. Come all traffic at 12 34 forecast from the diversified plumbing Excuse me, Diversified Crawl Space Weather center. And temperatures are going to stay pretty steady through this week or going to stay in the mid forties, perhaps upper forties by the end of the week, and but a rain expected today tonight and through tomorrow, possible clearing on Wednesday before more rain comes back Thursday and Friday. In Seattle right now, 43 degrees, it looks like we might have a little bit of light rain falling once again on a little bit of wind as well. Couple news time 12 26 from coast to coast. Thankfully, we're done with it but severe weather really leaving its mark across the country A. B C's Andrea Food G has a closer look historic cold, sweeping the country Arctic air dropping down through the plains into Texas. Turning roads into skating rinks. Overnight windshields dipping below zero in San Antonio conditions so extreme in Houston, the city could see its coldest February in 122 years. The freezing temperatures have already reached and so it's It's very, very important. That folks stay off the roads so that we don't cause a disaster on top of a disaster power companies in Texas now considering rolling blackouts because the massive demand for electricity during this record cold threatens to overwhelm the power grid, and it's not just Texas 240 million Americans across 40 states are on alert with feel like temperatures from Albuquerque at three degrees up to Fargo at negative 40. Mississippi, which could see half an inch of ice. Today, at least 5 18 wheelers were involved in this fiery crash. Snow and ice is expected today from Dallas through Memphis all the way to New York City in Connecticut Road crews trying to prepare for the upcoming storm are facing a shortage of salt after a major supplier. Shut down the mine for eight hours, nine hours and we got one load. I mean, I can use 20 loads. In Oregon. Hundreds of thousands of customers lost power after heavy ice toppled trees on Seattle, digging out from nine inches of snow in one day, the most in 52 years. Most of the extreme weather is expected through tomorrow morning, but another storm system is expected to take aim at the Northeast on Thursday. Andrea Fujii, ABC NEWS New York and if you add it all up from Friday through Sunday at Sea Tac Airport, where they keep the records we got really close to 13 inches of snow. Just a hair under We check up on ABC Headlines Straight ahead at 12 30 call 1888 farmers to switch and you could save an average of $470 on your auto insurance. That's a lot of money in just a few minutes with savings like that. You could be lounging on an impractical amount of ornate and overpriced throw pillows you bought for your couch. But you won't because you're better with money than that. That's why you're calling us in the first place. Call 1888.
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"S fish and Wildlife Service removed gray wolves from that list. In January, a denier policy board had voted against the hunt, saying it didn't have time to set quotas. A spokes person says they will look to implement the court order. New covert 19 number Sure, stark imbalance between regions and races. The state says more than 10% of white people in Wisconsin been vaccinated compared to just 3% of black and Hispanic residents. The welcome here, Tom Barrett. Here we are coming off a year with the cries have been for equity and racial justice. And I think that we are being tested in real time as to whether we're responding to that. State says one reason for the disparity could be that some professions included in the priority Groups for vaccination, like Frontline health workers, or E. M. T s are disproportionately held by white residents. Bars in streets in New Orleans would normally be jam packed today for the five day Mardi Gras weekend. Instead, the city shutting everything down this morning to stop the spread of covert 19. We appreciate that this is painful, and we regret that it's necessary. New Island City Hall spokesman Boated well says They didn't want to shut down the French Quarter and other popular area. Is where people usually gather this weekend partying ahead of fat Tuesday, but he says the pandemic left them no choice. It was flies, and it was the progress that we've made fences and barricades now block popular party spots in the French Quarter and elsewhere. In all New Orleans bars are closed from today through this coming fat Tuesday. Dave Cohen for CBS News New Orleans Illegal win for Britney Spears and her fight with her father over control of our finances and career. A judge over ruling Jamie Spears objections to a third party. Having been established is a Co conservative of the singer's estate. ABC s Andrea Fujii. Britney's dad. Jamie became conservative in 2008 after his daughter reportedly struggled with mental health issues and was hospitalized last year. Britney tried to remove him as conservative, claiming she was fearful of him. But a judge denied that request and appointed Bessemer Trust company as co conservator of her estate. Worth an estimated $60 million. The judge ordering Jamie Spears to work with the trust company out of budget and investment strategy for his daughter's estate. 709 WTMJ. Debbie looks at the greasy right in next the Bells so far reminds me the most popular girl in high school. Why? Because the balance the most popular sofa at Penny Mustard, I remember high school, the most popular girl fit in with every crowd made everybody happy and was crowned prom Queen. The Bells sofa fits in with any room, and it makes Everyone happy, too, is very prom for furniture. If there is the bell gets the crown for its compatibility, it'd just any sizer configuration you can imagine. Don't like round arms square them up the seats too soft firm it up, plus over 1000 different fabrics and colors to choose from. And that makes this sofa the belle of.
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"Anthem in Texas after the owner of the Dallas Mavericks decided to stop playing The Star Spangled Banner before games, the national anthem playing for the first time this season at the Dallas Mavericks Arena after a firestorm ignited by team owner Mark Cuban, who had decided not to play The Star Spangled Banner at home games, he says the initial decision to skip the anthem was made after speaking with members of the local community. Quite a few people, that voice there. Their concerns were really there were fears that the national anthem and did not fully represent not fully represent them that their voices were not being heard. Critics Then speaking out, Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick compared Cubans moved to last month's right at the U. S. Capitol. This is justice agree GIs in its own way. As those who took to the streets last summer to try and tear down America. Those who took on our capital. This is even more divisive. Cuban said he consulted with NBA Commissioner Adam Silver about not playing the anthem. But on Wednesday, the MBA released a statement requiring it to be played saying with N. Beti MSA. Now in the process of welcoming fans back into their arenas, all teams will play the national anthem in keeping with longstanding league policy stand for the national anthem. My hand is always over my heart the real issue. How do you How do you express the voices of those who feel the anthem doesn't represent them or cause causes them consternation. Cuban has been vocal about his views on racial injustice in 2020, he tweeted I can say black lives matter. I can say there is systemic racism in this country. He says he hopes his debate over the anthem can spark change these air difficult conversations that are not going to go away whether or not we play the national anthem. The MBA also requires players to stand during the national anthem. But Commissioner Adam Silver has not enforce those rules as players continue to Neil. That's NBC's Andrea Fujii. 6 28 We have an update from ABC News Coming up next. Starting today on news.
Coast Guard rescues trio stuck on deserted island for 33 days
"Spending more than a month on a remote, deserted island near the Bahamas. Three Cuban nationals now been rescued The Coast Guard rescue them yesterday. NBC's Andrea Fujii tells us this is a story of survival. Cuban nationals are recovering after being stranded on a remote deserted island for five weeks. Coast guard Lieutenant Mike Allert was on the aircraft that made the rescue very blessed, uninhabited, but yeah, there there. Where on Lee speaking Spanish, the rescue crew was not able to easily communicate with them. But their relief needed no translation being out in those harsh elements for a long period of time. That emotion is still definitely conveyed through a smile and just they were very often see us with no signs of a raft. It's unknown how they got to the island or whether they were trying to flee
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"A chilly day with temperatures only in the twenties on Saturday with some sunshine right now in Boston, it is 31 degrees. A report from Harvard is given Massachusetts failing grades on its covert 19 vaccine report Card report from the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard's Kennedy School. Take a look at how Massachusetts compares to the rest of the country. In terms of vaccinations per capita, the Commonwealth ranks 42nd. It gets a great of F. The state also gets failing grades in desperate capita and for vaccinations as a percent of doses available. The state does get a D grade in the category of months to finish vaccinating eligibles with possibly more contagious, covert various spreading in the U. S. There been calls to where not one but two masks. The CDC today is out with some new research, saying it does actually help. It's a two pronged message from The CDC. Its new study funding double masking with a surgical type mask on the bottom layer in a cloth mask above. It can make a big difference in preventing transmission cutting spread by as much as 95%, but also that a tight fit of whatever you're wearing is crucial. CDC director Dr Rochelle Wolinsky Well fitting mask provided the greatest performance both at blocking emitted aerosols and exposure of parasols to the receiver. The CDC is suggesting nodding mask ear loops to make You're a mask fits tightly to the face like stone ABC new investigation in Middleborough with was stabbing this morning at a local hotel. It was just before nine AM when police were called to the quality and on East Clark Street. Hotel staff had called to report an adult male guest having difficulty breathing. The man was discovered to have a stab wound to the chest. It was taken to a Brocket hospital. That man was taken with what I believed to be life threatening injuries. U. S attorney Andrew Dwelling has announced his resignation welling will step down February 28th. He has been with the Department of Justice for two decades for more than three years as U. S attorney. After spending more than a month on a remote, deserted island near the Bahamas. Three Cuban nationals have been rescued US Coast guard reaching them yesterday. ABC is Andrea Fujii tells us it's a story of survival. Three Cuban nationals are recovering after being stranded on a remote, deserted island for five weeks. Coast guard Lieutenant Mike Allert was on the aircraft that made the rescue team or very blessed there, uninhabited, But yeah, they're they're out in the middle of nowhere on Lee speaking Spanish. The rescue crew was not able to easily communicate with them, but they're wrong. Leave needed no translation being out in those harsh elements for a long period of time. That emotion is still definitely conveyed through a smile and just they were very happy to see us with no signs of a raft. It's unknown how they got to the island or whether they were trying to flee Cuba. They did survive on the island by eating rats and conch shells. Many school kids have been learning from home during the pandemic, and with February school vacation week approaching, the Department of Conservation and Recreation is announced it will offer Family friendly trip tips along with self guided adventures.
Coast Guard rescues trio stuck on deserted island for 33 days
"More than a month on a remote, deserted island near the Bahamas. Three Cuban nationals have been rescued US Coast guard reaching them yesterday. ABC is Andrea Fujii tells us it's a story of survival. Three Cuban nationals are recovering after being stranded on a remote, deserted island for five weeks. Coast guard Lieutenant Mike Allert was on the aircraft that made the rescue team or very blessed there, uninhabited, But yeah, they're they're out in the middle of nowhere on Lee speaking Spanish. The rescue crew was not able to easily communicate with them, but they're wrong. Leave needed no translation being out in those harsh elements for a long period of time. That emotion is still definitely conveyed through a smile and just they were very happy to see us with no signs of a raft. It's unknown how they got to the island or whether they were trying to flee Cuba. They did survive on the island by eating rats and conch shells. Many
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"Of Colorado Live everywhere on the I. Heart Radio AB. From ABC News. I'm Brian Clark for the second week in a row coronavirus case numbers and hospitalizations declined in the U. S. A. Thursday The first case of the so called South African variant was spotted in two cases in South Carolina doctor she shot, the dean of Brown University School of Public Health and ABC News contributor says along with the UK variant, there are strategies for dealing with these mutations. One has just keep the number of Actions down as much as possible. While we're in good mass in avoiding a great crowds and doing the social distancing stuff we've been doing for a long time. But second is vaccinate, vaccinate, vaccinate, the more people we can vaccinate, the easier it is to get this fire center control. We could learn more today about the results of phase three trials for Johnson and Johnson's Corona virus vaccine. The Biden administration continues to push a stimulus bill worth almost $2. Trillion Republicans have suggested moving forward on it in smaller chunks, But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday. It needs to be done. Even without the usual 60 votes. Super majority in the Senate will pass a reconciliation bill. If we need it, we would hope We would have bipartisan cooperation to meet the needs of the American people. Stock trading at Robin Hood is going to allow investors to resume buying shares of highly volatile stocks like Gamestop. Today they were limited to selling on Lee. Thursday is a billion dollar battle between small time traders and short sellers plays out. ABC is Andrea Fujii has more this after the New York attorney general announced an investigation into Robin Hood's activity. The company's CEO, saying they halted purchases on several companies, including game Stop and see theaters, BlackBerry and Bed Bath and beyond, Lar. Usually due to liability concerns. 11 soldiers at Fort Bliss were hurt two of them critically. After ingesting an unknown substance in a training exercise. There's an ongoing investigation. You're listening to ABC News. Okay away news radio time is 402 has more covert vaccines become available Mayor Handcock once Denver to have a coordinated effort to get vaccines into arms, or the reactivation of the city's emergency operations center. And added to ensure that all city agencies are mobilized to respond to the crises. The city has been getting about 8000 doses a week. It needs a lot more to make sure Denver rates ages 70 and up get vaccinated. Ever will open applications for its five star covert program next Tuesday. Eric Haraga is the director of the city's Economic development Department. He says five stars certification is important for Denver's economic recovery, implementing the Denver Five Stars certification program for some cases. Meaning the difference between this is keeping their doors open. We're closing them forget, he says. Denver's unemployment rate went from 7.2% in November, 29.3% in December. Denver police have arrested the 19 year old man in connection with the shooting of two people. Late last year. Guadalupe Villa Nueva will be charged with attempted 1st and 2nd degree murder and first degree assault, Among other charges. Police responded to a report of two people shot one of them a child near federal and Cornell on December 28th. The child remains in critical condition, but she is expected to survive. The adult was treated and released. Villa Nueva was taken into custody in Texas and will be extradited to Denver. Police have not released the circumstances of the shootings. David Cale K Away news radio. We usually get 6.2 inches of snow in January this year, just 3.2 inches. But Fox 31, chief meteorologist, A. Fraser says the weather pattern will change in February..
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"Order, the Department of Health and Human Services will open a three month enrollment period on healthcare dot gov. Allowing more people to sign up for insurance. There are covert vaccines out there. Getting one, though, is becoming a problem maybe sees Alex Perez from Kansas, where hundreds of seniors over 80 lined up in the cold waiting hours to be vaccinated. Washington State where Lauren Thorpe is working the phones, 10 phone numbers here. Not always though I get through But I have 10 4 numbers that I have called vaccine sites complaining deliveries have fallen short demons now and talks to send as many as 10,000 troops across the country to help administer the shots. Bipartisan effort is underway in the U. S. Senate to censure President Trump instead of convict him for that one article of impeachment that he's facing inciting insurrection. Democrat Tim came from Virginia, one of the architects of the plan, says it could prevent another political run under the wording of Part of the 14th amendment. The Constitution section three anybody who participates in an insurrection against the Constitution or gives aid and comfort to those who do. Is barred from ever serving in office. Again. Legal scholars call it a long shot. A lot of Democrats are still pushing for the impeachment. Ah, lot of people are still talking about the short squeeze carried out by college students. Those working from home and investors who have driven up the share price of struggling video game retailer game stop the company going from a losing bet to an ethic payday. Balloon into a value of more than $24 billion. In just a matter of days, the pros on Wall Street are losing big. That's because they were betting that game stop would fail. Ah process known as shorting the stock. That's a B C's Andrea Fujii, You're listening to ABC News. Come on. Use Art Sanders. Now your top of local stories from the comb over 24 7 News Center in Chile, left tribes are extending their long relationship with the Marysville school district by vaccinating all of the district's teachers and staff until they left Chief operating officer Rochelle Luber says they started to see a drop in the number of the tribes priority members coming in for shots. They offered vaccines for Mary's bills. 1300 teachers. The staff members were also dream their substitute teachers, especially once we start getting kids back in the classroom, those Teachers are valuable and we don't want anyone to turn away a substitute teaching job out of fear. So by the time we're done by mid next week, we will have vaccinated the whole entire district. Marysville School superintendent says he was blown away by the offer, which will make it safer for them to start their hybrid learning plans that worry ate the latest on the Department of Health shows more than 305,000. Total covert 19 cases here in Washington state wide death toll Now 4211 up by 44 people Now you're CO Moh Dubin Law group. Traffic update. In Seattle. One lane of eastbound 5 20 at Montlake is closed for construction until 5 A.m. in Redmond on eastbound 5 20, the on and off ramps from Westlake Semantics Parkway, a closed until 6 a.m. and in Everett. Lane in both directions of highway to between Bickford and Highway nine are closed until 5 A.m. and the highway nine onramp to West Highway two is also closed till 5 A.m. I'm J. Phillips Co. Moh 24 7 traffic The Kamo forecast. Why everybody heading into the end of the work and school week with pretty quiet late January.
"andrea fujii" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Though, is becoming a problem maybe sees Alex Perez from Kansas, where hundreds of seniors over 80 line Up in the cold waiting hours to be vaccinated. The Washington state where Lauren Thorpe is working the phones, 10 phone numbers here. Not always though. I get through I have 10 4 numbers that I have called vaccine sites complaining deliveries have fallen short Jamie's now and talks to send as many as 10,000 troops across the country to help administer the shots. A bipartisan effort is underway in the U. S. Senate to censure President Trump instead of convict him for that one article of impeachment that he's facing inciting insurrection. Democrat Tim came from Virginia, one of the architects of the plan, says it could prevent another political run under the wording of Part of the 14th amendment. The Constitution Section three Anybody who participates in an insurrection against the Constitution or gives aid and comfort to those who do is barred from ever serving in office. Again. Legal scholars call it a long shot. A lot of Democrats are still pushing for the impeachment. Ah, lot of people are still talking about the short squeeze carried out by college students. Those working from home and investors who have driven up the share price of struggling video game retailer Game. Stop the company going from a losing bet. To an epic payday, ballooning to a value of more than $24 billion. In just a matter of days, the pros on Wall Street are losing big. That's because they were betting that game stop would fail. Ah process known as shorting the stock. That's a B C's Andrea Fujii. You're listening to ABC news. It's such a beautiful night. Look at the stars. They're amazing. Did you know 20% of stars have planets orbiting them capable of sustaining life? How did you know that? You must spend a ton of time reading? Not at all. I used bleakest blink assed. Yeah, it's an app that takes key insights from over 4000 non fiction bestsellers and gathers them into 15 minute blanks. For you to read or listen to. With Blink ist. You can learn the main points of an entire book in just 15 minutes, as opposed to days or weeks. What kind of books nonfiction books in over 27 categories from personal development to history, management, investing philosophy and more books like a beautiful Mind the four hour work week. Freakonomics and SAPIENs..
"andrea fujii" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Order, the Department of Health and Human Services will open a three month enrollment period on healthcare dot gov. Allowing more people to sign up for insurance. There are covert vaccines out there. Getting one, though, is becoming a problem maybe sees Alex Perez from Kansas, where hundreds of seniors over 80 lined up in the cold waiting hours to be vaccinated. Washington State where Lauren Thorpe is working the phones, 10 phone numbers here. Not always though I get through, But I have 10 phone numbers that I have called vaccine sites complaining deliveries have fallen short, famous now and talks to send as many as 10,000 troops across the country to help administer the shots. A bipartisan effort is underway in the U. S. Senate to censure President Trump instead of convict him for that one article of impeachment that he's facing inciting insurrection. Democrat Tim came from Virginia, one of the architects of the plan, says it could prevent another political run under the wording of Part of the 14th amendment. The Constitution Section three Anybody who participates in an insurrection against the Constitution or gives aid and comfort to those who do is barred from ever serving in office. Again. Legal scholars call it a long shot. A lot of Democrats are still pushing for the impeachment. Ah, lot of people are still talking about the short squeeze carried out by college students. Those working from home and investors who have driven up the share price of struggling video game retailer Game. Stop the company going from a losing bet. To an epic payday balloon into a value of more than $24 billion. In just a matter of days, the pros on Wall Street are losing big. That's because they were betting that game stop would fail. Ah process known as shorting the stock. That's a B C's Andrea Fujii. You're listening to ABC news. It's such a beautiful night. Look at the stars. They're amazing. Did you know 20% of stars have planets orbiting them capable of sustaining life? How did you know that? You must spend a ton of time reading? Not at all. I used bleakest blink assed. Yeah, it's an after takes key insights from over 4000 non fiction bestsellers and gathers them into 15 minute blinks. For you to read or listen to. With Blink ist. You can learn the main points of an entire book in just 15 minutes, as opposed to days or weeks. What kind of books, nonfiction books and over 27 categories from personal development to history, management, investing philosophy and more books like a beautiful Mind the four hour work.
"andrea fujii" Discussed on WTVN
"It'll be another cold one Today there 28 17 overnight 32 tomorrow snow for the weekend Right now it is 21 in Hilliard 22. Your severe weather station because ready or 6 10 W TVN coming up on Columbus is morning used to revenge against Wall Street. Some investors are getting together to go after beat down stocks. S'more with Andrea Fujii, some coordinating in an online community called Wall Street bets on the popular social site, Reddit, the group now targeting other formally beaten down stocks. Companies like BlackBerry build a bear, AMC theaters and even Tootsie rolls are now surging. In response to the chaos, TD Ameritrade and Charles Schwab are restricting certain trades. And now the Securities and Exchange Commission is taking notice. That's interesting and not a great day in the markets. Do not look at your 401 K this morning that it'll get better, though our first look at the markets with Bloomberg next Because news breaks in an instant we've got you cover 24 7 on NewsRadio, 6 10 w TV end. It's what we do, or my name is Shelby Gates, and I'm a teacher at craft in. I work with students between the ages of 15 and 22 are focuses on functional academics. That's what makes our school exciting and unique student still skills in and out of the classroom at their desk and are on campus gardens or out in the community. We have the flexibility to teach anymore here. Ends on interactive and fun way Are you interested in teaching at Grafton Visit grafton dot org's backslash careers.
"andrea fujii" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Now from ABC from ABC News. I'm Sherry Preston stepping up the call for the 25th amendment to be invoked by the vice president and the Cabinet so President Trump could be removed from office following Wednesday's violent uprising by his supporters. Former Republican Congressman Barbara Comstock people very concerned just about the mental state of the president. And I think you are here. I certainly have heard the words 25th amendment mentioned by members. I certainly think it should be invoked. NBC's Andrea Fujii has more from Washington. The discussions coming after pro Trump rioters broke through police barriers, taking over both the House and Senate Chambers ABC News also learning that President Trump resisted efforts to call in the National Guard sources saying it wasn't until White House officials intervene for quote The sake of the country that the president finally relented. One woman was killed by police. Dozens of people were arrested bombs and a long gun were found in the U. S. Capitol in ABC News chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas says somewhere not surprised the violence in the nation's capital unprecedented but the president himself had been encouraging the crowds to come. Four weeks and watched our groups had been concerned flagging online chatter calling for violence shortly after the capital was secure, Congress declared Joe Biden, the official winner of the 2020 presidential race, with senators from only two states objecting. Georgia was not one of them. On Monday, Georgia's Senator Kelly Leffler, stood on a stage and told the president in January, 6th will object to the electoral college. But after capital violence forced.
"andrea fujii" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"The U. S capitol. More on that coming up, But first a check from the Australia Insurance Traffic Center. Pork has four right lanes blocked another wise, smooth ride in Miami Dade. No delays on the turnpike looking for the North Broward County. We continue to be crash free, moving at speed. Next update in 10 minutes. News radio 6 10 wi LD 59 degrees in Pompano Beach. It's 55 right now in the town of Davy and 53 in Kendall 602. Defying the pro trump mob that stormed the U. S Capital on Wednesday. Congress has officially certified Joe Biden as the winner of the 2020 presidential election. Votes for president of the United States are as follows. Joseph R. Biden Jr. Of the state of Delaware has received 306 votes. Donald J. Trump with the state of Florida has received 232 votes. Vice President Mike Pence in the early morning, hours after the capital was secured, a process that took 12 hours ABC News also learning that President Trump resisted efforts to call in the National Guard sources saying it wasn't until White House officials intervene for quote the sake of the country. But the president finally relented. NBC's Andrea Fujii. Four people died in the Capitol seizure protester killed by police and three others with medical emergencies President Trump temporarily banned from Twitter, Facebook and Instagram after he published a string of inaccurate and inflammatory messages throughout the day of violence. Sherry Preston ABC News Coming up on 603. Some local Trump's voters are making their voices heard peacefully. Supporters gathering in Miami Dade County protest ng the election results, unlike what happened in Washington, though there were no reports of violence. One man from Miramar at a rally in Darryl says he just wants the elections to be fair and transparent, which they are not 63 floor has a new covert record. The Department of Health yesterday announcing 17,783 new cases of the Corona virus the most ever recorded in a single day. There were another 132 deaths and the positivity rate for new cases that over 12.5%. And it's Florida sets this one day record for a new coronavirus cases, the busiest state run testing site is shifting gears. We sell Florida being the epicenter of the Corona virus Pandemic Hard Rock Stadium is phasing in drive through vaccination distribution to seniors and frontline health care workers. If today's soft opening goes well, the plan is to fully open it tomorrow, with the goal of providing 1000 shots a day to those with appointments. I think what Jackson's doing what the mayor's doing what other hospitals and Miami Dade are doing. This is yet another tool to be able to deliver vaccines in Iran to Santa says testing will also continue at.
"andrea fujii" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Congress has officially certified Joe Biden as the winner of the 2020 presidential election. Votes for president of the United States are as follows. Joseph R. Biden Jr of the State of Delaware has received 306 votes. Donald J. Trump of the State of Florida has received 232 votes. Vice President Mike Pence in the early morning, hours after the capital was secured, a process that took 12 hours ABC News also learning that President Trump resisted efforts to call in the National Guard sources saying it wasn't until White House officials intervene for quote The sake of the country that the president finally relented. NBC's Andrea Fujii you four people died in the Capitol seizure protester killed by police and three others with medical emergencies President Trump temporarily banned from Twitter, Facebook and Instagram after he published a string of inaccurate and inflammatory messages throughout the day of violence. Sherry Preston ABC news and During the chaos, There are whispers on Capitol Hill and in the West Wing to remove President Trump from office. Rhode Island. Congressman David Sicilian leads the Democrats efforts at the Capitol and CBS News correspondent Margaret Brennan says Cabinet members are also talking about invoking the 25th amendment would effectively make the vice president who was there in the capital when pro Trump supporters stormed it on with put in harm's way, Commander in chief for this limited period of time before Joe Biden. The president elect is formally sworn in on Inauguration Day. January 20th. These are just talks for now and no progress, and there is no evidence that anything has been presented to Vice President Mike Pence with Less than two weeks till inauguration. Skeptics say the efforts are unlikely to materialize. Reaction on late night television James Corden of the late late show with emotional thoughts on the day's events, saying it felt sad. It felt wrong. But mainly it felt hopeless. And tonight show host Jimmy Fallon gets into it. This is what happens when there's no peaceful transition of power. And what happens when there's bad leadership? This is not how you lose if my grandfather were alive today, and so what was happening in the country that he fought for? He'd be disgusted people walking around with flag upside down, thinking their patriotic today was not patriotism. Today was terrorism very early this morning, President Trump is promising an orderly transition of power. More coverage continues Next. Meantime, 603 And every 10 minutes we checked traffic and weather together. Let's get on the roadways right now. With Lori Grandee and the Subaru Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Good morning, Laurie. Hey, Good morning, Jeff. Good morning, everyone. We are still sitting some traffic out there or not us exactly. But other people are unfortunately, 93 north on trying to get back up to speed. There was a crash just before the split in Braintree. They did clear it. All lines are now open, but traffic is really jammed route 28 to the split there in Braintree. It's also affecting traffic coming off of Route 24 north on that slow through Randolph, Approaching the horse bridge to 93. Now a lever connector down wrap that's completely tied up, getting onto store or drive and get a check of the upper end of Route three. Now with Chris to neck in the WBC news, radio traffic copter Fucking money. Laurie, and things are looking pretty good. Here. I read three sap out no unusual problems or hang ups. If you're heading out of Nashville this morning is about 21 minutes to make the trip from the pheasant lane Mall down to 1 28 Burlington know mine there either. Mr Nak in the WBC news radio Traffic copter. Thanks, Kristen On the T. The subway, The Red line between Broadway in JFK Service has been suspended. They're using shuttle Busses right now because of a power problem at Andrew Laurie gradually busiest traffic on.
Dr. Anthony Fauci says states like Florida have reopened too quickly
"One of the nation's top expert says. Many places may have opened their doors to quickly and can now be paying the price here is more from ABC is Andrea Fujii, Dr Anthony Fauci saying Yates, with severe outbreaks may have reopened too quickly, telling 5 30 eights podcast 19. Those states should look at shutting down despite the guidelines, and the recommendation is to open up carefully imprudently. Some states skipped over those and just opened up too quickly. Dr Fauci saying politics is partly to blame for the outbreaks that if there wasn't such a visit, nous That we would have a more coordinated approach. Dr. Fauci also says states with spiking Corona virus cases still can contain them by pausing. They're reopening processes rather than shutting down a second time altogether. He says. A range of people affected by the virus from those with no symptoms to those who end up in the I C u or die makes his pandemic very, very difficult to get under control.
The new pediatric multi-system inflammatory syndrome is believed to be linked to COVID-19
"Concern continues to grow over children second with an illness that appears to be connected with the corona virus we get the latest from ABC's Andrea Fujii a new fear on that's the corona virus pandemic more children now getting sick cases topping one hundred in the country as this illness believed to be related to covert nineteen spreads from coast to coast in Detroit nine year old Josie past been had a high fever and red eyes off and on for a week she was great and she and she was very dancing Jack all we could think about is her her little heart and you know what what could happen Josie is now responding well to treatment at least three deaths are linked to the illness called pediatric multi system inflammatory syndrome in children ranging in age from five to a teenager doctors warn complications can arise after children have already developed antibodies to cove in nineteen but the virus can trigger an over reaction from the immune system causing inflammation similar to callous sake disease symptoms include persistent fever rash abdominal pain and vomiting it's a post exposure info inflammatory response meaning the body has really seen and been exposed to the virus media environment so I exposure in the past and it's in its response to try to fight off if I set off but then the then the immune system inadvertently cause inflammation in blood vessels in the body at least twelve states and DC are now reporting cases New York governor Andrew Cuomo said Monday there are ninety three cases in New York alone Kentucky also concerned we have a a ten year old here in Kentucky on a ventilator due to covert nineteen Andrea Fujii ABC news
Some states are taking small steps to reopen
"Several states say they're beginning the process of re opening their economies but others say it is just not time yet beaches opening in South Carolina and Florida store is returning to normal in other states too Georgia's governor announcing their curve is flattening but Atlanta's mayor saying it's too soon I am extremely concerned about the announcement the governor made I'm hoping he's right and I'm wrong because he's long then more people will die Jim's barber shops in bowling alleys can re open Friday some restaurants and theaters to with social distancing that's A. B. C.'s Andrea Fujii New York says it isn't ready because the testing is nowhere near ready in New York governor Cuomo says it's not the labs but the lack of testing supplies if needed Cuomo will meet with the president today at the White House has New York shows signs that it has now turned a corner in this crisis it is question is now how long is the descent and how steep is the descent and nobody knows the client in new York's hospitalization rate comes as governor Cuomo announces statewide antibody testing which could help determine how much of the population has been infected and