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Biden Meets With Civil Rights Leaders on Voting Rights
"Leaders spent nearly two hours with President Biden at the White House today discussing how they can protect voter rights that they say are under attacked by Republican majority State lawmakers. ABC is Andy Field with the latest from Our Washington bureau. It's not clear how the president and civil rights leaders he met with can help pass stronger voting rights without 10. Senate Republicans signing on to override new state laws that make it harder to cast a ballot to suppress Deny. And thwart The votes of black people. National Urban League President Marc Morial saying black leaders will stage non violent demonstrations to protect their right to vote. Andy
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"It. ABC is Andy Field. In Washington. Republican Senators Cassidy, Collins, Murkowski, Portman and Romney, joining five Democrats, saying they've made a compromise deal to rebuild the nation's roads, bridges and energy systems. They say it would be fully paid for without raising taxes, but so far not saying exactly how the deal would still need sign off from the present. And both houses of Congress and a familiar with negotiations tells ABC News. The cost is over $900 billion over five years. If you were wondering if President Biden's followed all this help stay very engaged in this even as he is on his first overseas trip, White House press secretary Jen Psaki earlier today she and the president are in England for a summit of the world's wealthiest democracies. Making this move, he says, is based on America's values and strategic interests. President Biden announcing that the U. S. Will donate half a billion doses of fighters, Covid 19 vaccine to Kovacs, the global immunization effort America Will be the arsenal of vaccines and our fight against global Covid 19, just as America was the arsenal of democracy during World War two. The 500 million doses will start shipping out this August and go to 92 countries, including some of the world's poorest nations. Karen Travers, ABC News Traveling with the president in Cornwall, England, E a game says it's investigating an apparent cyber hack were a limited amount of game source code and related tools were stolen. No word of ransoms demanded California formally filing an appeal of a federal judges overturning the state's restrictions on semi automatic semiautomatic weapons, and governor Gavin Newsom denouncing the jurors, Judge Benitez and matter you were right. Is a stone called ideologue. Is a wholly owned subsidiary of the gun lobby in the National Rifle Association, listening to ABC News From California's capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1 a FBK I'm John Byrne Easy at 32 with your top local stories. Drivers will be looking for.
Joe Biden Hails Israel-Hamas Ceasefire
"Hailing the ceasefire, President Biden says he wants both Israelis and Palestinians to live in peace. He made it clear to Israelis Prime Minister I assure him of my full support. Replenish Israel's iron dome system to ensure defenses and security in the future. That Iron dome prevented hundreds of Israeli deaths by destroying Hamas rockets before they hit the ground. Andy Field
Israeli Ground Troops Carrying out Strikes Into Gaza Strip, IDF Says
"Five of hostilities between Israel and the Palestinians tonight. It has risen to a new level. That battle heating up is Israeli troops are now attacking on the ground in the Gaza Strip What appears to be a new counter attack by Israeli defense forces tonight, Israelis living along the border of that Mediterranean Sea coast Palestinian land told to leave their homes and go to safe locations in what appears to be a ground force of sold on Gaza by Israel. NBC's Matt Gutman. In Tel Aviv where Hamas is aimed a number of rocket attacks. Most of the people who we've spoken to you here frankly, they say, Okay, we've gotta attack Gaza got to put an end to Hamas. We've gotta retaliate. There's ah, smaller subject of the people with whom I've spoken to say, OK, way need peace. We need to come to terms with these people. This'll can't happen anymore. But that is really the unifying understanding here is that this seems to be an untenable way of living just that nobody can seem to claw their way out of it. The Israeli prime minister promising Moss will pay a heavy price for its rocket attacks on Israel. Andy Field,
Judge Strikes Down Federal Eviction Moratorium, Setting up High-Stakes Appeal
"Eviction moratorium. CDC eviction moratorium last fall was meant to protect public health that allowed pandemic furloughed Americans who couldn't afford their rent to stay put, rather than leaving them homeless and then spreading covert and shelters. Now federal judges rule The CDC doesn't have the authority to delay evictions. The ruling does not affect state and local governments that put their own eviction protections in place A B C's Andy Field in Washington, Facebook's quasi independent oversight board is for now upholding Donald Trump's banned from the platform.
FBI Agents Shoot, Wound Armed Suspect Outside CIA Headquarters
"Shot shot by by federal federal agents. agents. That's That's the the sound sound of of an an FBI FBI agent agent firing on a suspect, the sprawling and very secure CIA headquarters in Virginia, just across the Potomac from Washington, D. C. A. B C's Andy Field, says the agents were in a standoff with the guy for hours before the shooting happened. The CIA says the man had tried to drive onto the compound without approval and was stopped by the guards. The man's been taken to the hospital. Children now account for a higher number of New Cove in
Biden Kicks Off U.S. Tour in Georgia to Promote Economic Agenda
"To sell his infrastructure and family plans totaling about $6 Trillion. Here's a B C's Andy field. He held another drive in rally in Georgia supporters honking horns and approval for President Biden's rebuild America and families play. And as he explained how raising corporate and wealthy taxes will pay for it. I'm not trying to punish anyone. We got to make corporations making 40 billion Pain zero is just not right that pay for proposal giving a thumbs down for many Senate Republicans. Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington On Beacon Hill, the state Senate votes to OK a
Biden to Take on Gun Violence in Wake of Back-to-Back Shootings
"Shootings and under pressure to act President Biden and Tomorrow will take aim at gun violence. ABC is Andy Field is a preview is nothing in the president's executive action related to assault rifles over Oppose laws. The President Biden will try to ban the sale of unfinished build it yourself ghost guns, although that could face a court challenge. He also proposes a rule that would limit stabilizing braces that effectively concern a pistol into a short barreled rifle similar to what the Boulder Colorado shooter used. The president will also announce his choice for a T F director, former federal agent David Shipman. Texas
New York Senate passes bill to legalize recreational marijuana
"Andy Field, ABC News New York State officially moving towards legalizing recreational marijuana. The Empire State Senate approved a bill that would make recreational pot legal for those 21 years of age and older. It now moves on to the assembly, which is expected to pass it as it stands, and it will move on to Governor Cuomo's desk, creating a legal marijuana industry is expected to bring in
Rep. Matt Gaetz Denies Relationship With a 17-Year-Old
"Matt Gates tonight. Responding to reported allegations that he had a sexual relationship with an underage teen, ABC is Andy Field with the latest from our Washington bureau. The New York Times reported that the Justice Department was investigating whether Florida Republican Matt Gates had a Actual relationship with 17 year old and paid for her to travel with him. Gates, responding that no part of those allegations are true that he and his family have been extortion victims, and he and his father have cooperated with the FBI to catch those criminals. He also told Axios that he has generously in the past paid for dates travel with him, but that he's confident none of them were under aged and breaking.
VP Harris 'It's difficult separating race from this week's mass shootings' in Atlanta
"Biden and Vice President Harris traveled to Atlanta today to thank Georgia voters for their support. And to condemn this week's deadly spot shootings. Eight people were killed mostly Asian women Vice President Kamila Harris with the president in Atlanta, saying it's difficult separating race from this week's mass shootings there. Whatever the killer's motive, These facts are clear. Six out of the eight people killed on Tuesday night where of Asian descent vice president Harassing anti Chinese racism and violence Sword as the last president gave coronavirus slanders. Chinese nicknames. Andy Field. ABC NEWS Washington
House passes immigration bill, citizenship bill for farmworkers
"Approved a path to citizenship for dreamers and immigrants who fled war or natural disasters. Here's a B C's Andy Field House voting to give undocumented immigrants who arrived his Children a path to become US citizens. Nine Republicans joining all Democrats passing the bill. The prospect Less bright in the closely divided Senate, where Republicans will likely bring up concerns about border security. And the growing number of migrants trying to enter the U. S House is now voting on a measure to protect a million undocumented farm workers.
Senate votes to kick off debate over $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill
"To pass a nearly $2 trillion covert relief bill, President Biden's facing criticism that he's leaving Republicans out of the debate in the Oval Office, the president meeting with Republicans and Democrats on rebuilding the nation's roads and bridges, But while he's ready to pass code Relief without Republican votes. Mr Biden insists we have a number of meetings. Republicans on the throne of Iris Bill on guard House Senate combination of both the Senate can pass the covert bill with just 50 Democrats and Vice President Harris casting the tie breaking vote. Andy Field,
Democratic Effort to Raise Minimum Wage Put on Hold
"Fbk the effort to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour we'll have to wait. It will not be part of the nearly $2 Trillion pandemic relief plan now in the hands of the Senate since a Senate official rule that the House $15 minimum wage could not be in the Senate reconciliation COVERT bill. Senate Democrats polled it for now. I think we will do the minimum wage and there are fundamental decency and fairness. Democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal saying passing covert relief first is critical, but promises they will debate a national minimum wage hike soon. Andy Field,
Biden admin scrambles to expand housing for migrant children
"To criticism for housing undocumented migrant Children in some of the same tent cities over which Democrats criticized previous leaders. Homeland Security says there are no more cages and they are reuniting, not separating migrant families. Trump administration expelled Children To Mexico on We are not expelling young Children. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro My Arkus, saying they're racing to rebuild the trump immigration system, he warns anyone thinking of migrating to the U. S. Now should wait. Andy Field, ABC NEWS
The Conservative Political Action Conference happens every year but 2021 will be different
"In Orlando. It's called CPAC, the conservative political action Conference and with a closer look at this year's gathering, ABC News correspondent Andy Field Andy after losing the White House. What's the tone of the conference going to be this year? Well, the theme is called America On canceled. I think they probably got that from former President Trump, who was none too happy about being canceled by Twitter and Facebook and many other social media Basically, Silencing him on all those platforms after many of his tweets were considered, uh, inciting violence, and many of them in retrospect, appeared to have helped Spark the attack on the U. S. Capitol. So Republicans and certainly the Conservatives of this conservative political action conference are angry about this. They're saying that they're being silenced by liberal media. And they're going to speak out about it, which, ironically will be covered by many of the outlets that they considered to be liberal media. Well, it seems also and maybe on a grander scale. The big task for the Republicans is charting their future and and maybe unifying the party because it seems so at this point, so splintered. Well, it is. There was a survey that came out recently. That said 46% of Republicans would gladly join a new party headed by Donald Trump. In split off from the Republican Party. That's a significant number of Republicans who say they're more loyal to Donald Trump of the party. That's a concern for the rest of the party, and certainly Is going to go play into what this conservative political action conference is all about. This is usually the Super Bowl of folks trying to get attention to say, Hey, look at me. I want to run for president the next time around. Except the leader of that group appears to be the man who just was president and wants to get another shot at it. Let's talk more about the former commander in chief. I see that Donald Trump is on the guest list. What about that? And who else would we know who other famous names are on that list? Andy Well, former Secretary of state Mike Pompeo, who has also released We've heard rumblings that he might want to run for office. But would he do it against Donald Trump? We don't know Other people Tom Cotton Ted Cruz. Josh holy of Missouri. All of expressed some interest in the past or present and even future of trying to get the highest office in the land. So this is really kind of Ah, A tag team elbowing match to see who is going to get the most attention who makes the biggest splash here. And then what will former President Trump say? Well, he ignore what happened at the U. S. Capitol will Hey, talk about where he'd like to see the party will even say, Hey, I'm announcing I'm running again. That's all The mystery involved here, which is what former President Trump likes to do is a former TV host is He's the audience to make sure they tune in. Ted Cruz invited But after what happened
Tiger Woods 'awake, responsive and recovering' after surgery following rollover crash
"To recovery. We get the latest details now from ABC News. It was brought to my attention that he had serious leg injuries. Los Angeles County fire chief Darryl as be praising paramedics quick action to pull golfer Tiger Woods out of his one car rollover accident, Rancho Palos Verde is south of Los Angeles Sheriff Alex Villa Nueva saying Tiger Woods is 2021 Genesis SUV's construction. They have saved his life. The fry name was totally destroyed the bumpers everything was destroyed. Airbags deployed all of that. And however, thankfully, the interior was more or less intact, which kind of gave him Cushion to survive what otherwise would have been a fatal crash. Police saying Tiger Woods had no sign of alcohol or drug impairment, and they rushed him to a local hospital for surgery. As for his current condition, serious condition as a result of the accident, and that's about all they want to say police, saying the crash site is a downhill slope where they've seen many accidents. Andy Field, ABC News
More sports stadiums to be used for COVID-19 vaccinations
"Team is fixing the slow pace of vaccinations we committed to do, uh, 100 million vaccinations in the 1st 100 days, and we're exceeding that the president and Vice President Harris taking a virtual tour of Arizona State Farm Stadium, or federal workers, including National Guardsmen and FEMA, are helping more citizens get vaccinated Now. Andy Field,
Biden to sign immigration orders reversing Trump-era rules
"Coming up in 8 45. President Biden wants to reunite families separated the border, and today he'll sign Maury Executive orders A. B C's Andy Field with details now from Washington, first of three immigration exactly Of orders today would try to find all families separated during President Trump's zero tolerance policy and try to reunite them. Another orders government investigate why so many migrants enter the U. S and how to prevent that in their home countries. The third bite in order would review restrictive trump policies and restore the U. S. Asylum system for migrants who under U. S law deserve a fair hearing. That's a B C's Andy
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"Andy Field in Washington, vice president Pence paying an unannounced visit today to Capitol Hill to meet National Guard members on duty a week after a deadly attack Pence, also talking with officials from the guard, the FBI and homeland security mapping out a strategy for the inauguration committed to an orderly transition. Into a safe inauguration on the American people deserve nothing less literal authorities looking into new threats heading into the inauguration, FBI director Christopher Wray after his aggressive it's gonna stay that way through the inauguration over 100. Arrests have been made A B C's Aaron Khutor ski with more on one of them, the FBI said Kevin Seefried was photographed carrying a Confederate flag through the halls of Congress. In one of the more striking images to emerge from the insurrection. Seefried was arrested in Delaware after authorities issued several bullets. Seeking public help to identify him. The FBI has received more than 125,000 photos and videos. As agents try to find everyone involved. They've looked at airline passenger manifests and airport surveillance cameras. He freed son, who was with him at the Capitol last week, was also arrested. Several lawmakers say they want to award Capitol Police Officer Eugene Goodman, the congressional gold medal for his bravery and quick thinking during the attack. Incoming first lady Jill Biden, relaunching joining Forces and Obama administration initiative that supports service members, veterans and their families. You're listening to ABC News. It's totally normal to be constipated with belly pain, straining and bloating again and again. No way you could have a chronic condition called irritable bowel syndrome. With constipation or I BSC Lynn's S Orlin, aka Tide is a prescription that treats ivy sc and adults. Lindsay s works differently than laxatives to help relieve belly pain. And let you have more frequent and complete bowel movements. Individual results Mayberry do not give to Children less than six and it should not be given to Children. Six to less than 18. It may harm them. Do.
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"Kfbk. Partly cloudy and chilly Tonight We'll see areas of late Night fog. Tonight's low 33 to 37 that fog will continue on into tomorrow morning. Otherwise, we'll see mostly sunny skies tomorrow will see a high 56 to 60. Partly sunny Sunday all of a high Sunday 56 to 16. Mac, you others. Drew Shannon News 93.1 kfbk. And we got 52 Carmichael 52 fulsome in Citrus heights. 52 degrees 5 11. Now I'd kfbk and just a reminder. Our poll question today. Eyes about that e d d scam that was run out of local state and federal prisons could involve the theft of up to $1 billion. Now some arrests have been made. Where do you place the blame primarily for this scam. Is it on the The prisoners in the scammers. Poor government oversight are doing. It's equal blame and kind of interesting. We are getting some votes there on our Twitter page. Where you Congar? Oh, in a way in and another thing We're asking if you have somebody you like to give a shout out to Ah, Frontline worker, a medical worker, Somebody who think really deserves some recognition. Even hit pound to 50 on your smartphone and then say, open mic and we'll try to share some of those for you as well. Washington, D. C is closed another location because of covert the reason another infected. Trump Administration Cabinet official tested positive affecting D C tourists. Apparently, they've hung out the clothes for covert sign that the Washington Monument because Interior Secretary David Byrne hard tested positive for the virus after he gave political appointees a private after hours tour there this week, the park Service temporarily ending public Washington Monument tours while they test workers and clean anything secretary and friends. Might have touched they expect to reopen the monument Monday. Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington Okay, well, still Cam you'll hear from the California surgeon general Doctor, Nadine Burke Hare she talks about the covered restrictions that are affecting kids in particular will have more on that on news. 93.1 Cave Becae live everywhere on the I Heart radio app because.
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"Here's NBC's Andy Field CDC Advisory committee likely to decide that health care workers and older at risk Americans would get there. Vaccine first essential workers and those with conditions that make it more likely to get sick would be next. It could be months before seemingly healthy Americans have access to their inoculations are currently 93,000 people in hospital beds across the country, with cova doctor and sacks bird coming out of retirement to try to help in New York. I wish that this we would recognize that We're all in this boat together. That this is real, that people become very sick. Some people die of this. On Do we really need to take care of each other President Trump's covert advisor, Dr Scott Hapless, has resigned. He had no formal training in public health or infectious diseases. He had questioned quarantine restrictions and mask wearing As the president elect Biden picks members of his economic team President Trump still saying he should have won the election, however, his campaign lost every major court cases filed in Wisconsin team Trump paid $3 million for a partial recount that actually uncovered 87 more votes for Biden and in Georgia. The president is still railing against the Republican governor and secretary of state who certified Biden's win there. He sees Mary Bruce, the president, also calling in to a meeting of Republicans in Arizona yesterday, lashing out at Arizona governor Doug Ducey after Dozy certified election results say Why would he sign.
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"ABC News Time Andy Field factors in Nevada confirming what appears to be the nation's first case of a patient getting reinfected with Kovar 1925 year old patient first got the virus in April. This time, the symptoms were different and worse, ABC News Medical contributor and infectious disease expert Dr Todd Ellery, I would say most importantly, anyone who's exposed To someone who's positive needs to be tested. Objection. Change President Trump about to land in Louisiana and serve a hurricane Laura damage Laura slammed into the Cameron Parish is a Category four hurricane What's left of the storm now soaking the mid Atlantic and Northeast. It is back to the court today for the N ba the players staging a pause and solidarity following the police shooting of Jacob Black in Kenosha, Wisconsin, league and players meant over the break and formed a coalition to support social justice and racial Quality that includes getting the vote out with some arenas is polling sites. This is ABC News. Arizona State University's new covert infections have tripled since last Tuesday, so the school is issued new student mandatory mass rules. Colleges continue to report surging numbers. The University of Alabama has had more than 1000 cases. In its first week back of classes. Indiana University has 2600 students in quarantine across eight Greek houses from what they called an alarming increase in cases. And at the University of Notre Dame that's already endured a surge in their first few weeks of classes. They went to remote learning. They're going to try to resume in person learning this Wednesday, the president of the university, said. The virus hit them harder and more swiftly than they expected. But he thinks there now in a much stronger position. Trevor all to ABC News New York, another federal execution last night Keith Nelson, convicted of raping and killing a Kansas girl. He was put to death by lethal injection in Indiana. He is the first federal inmate executed since July. Andy Field, ABC News All state now has deeper.
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"I'm Andy Field. Trump. Administration officials and congressional Democratic leaders are nowhere close to a deal on a new Corona virus. Economic relief Bill, White House chief of staff Mark Meadows says if they don't reach one soon, the president will take executive action. What we are seeing is a goal post that continues to get moved each and every day House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, time is of the essence. The leader and I are determined that we will come to agreement. But it has to meet the needs of the American people. The sticking point that federal bump up and unemployment benefits Democrats want to resume the $600 a week Republicans want to cut it. California health officials say they're worried a downward move in the cove it 19 positivity rating hospitalizations maybe falls due to an issue with case reporting. Investigators in Lebanon want to know why more than 2700 tons of a highly combustible chemical Had been stored for several years in a warehouse at the port of Beirut. That was a sight of yesterday's deadly explosion. This is ABC NEWS FIAT. Chrysler says it's working on a recall with government officials because a 1,000,004 cylinder engine spewed too much pollution. President Trump suing Nevada from mailing general election balanced active voters while encouraging voters in Florida to use the same system. President Trump railed against mail in voting for weeks falsely claiming it would lead to a widespread voter fraud. But he's Now claiming Florida system is safe and secure. This comes is the key swing states. Secretary of State reports a surgeon Democratic request to vote by mail. Democrats currently have about 1.9 million voters signed up to vote by mail, while Republicans only have about 1.3 million and as the liquid Terry ABC NEWS Washington Colorado State University launching an investigation into the athletic department, following allegations of student athletes were discouraged for being tested for covert 19 Also, allegations of players were told their time on the field could be affected by a positive test. Andy Field ABC News Have you ever wanted to learn a new language like French, Spanish.
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"News. I'm Andy Field. President Trump says states must continue to live covert 19 restrictions. A permanent lock down is not a viable path toward Producing the result that you want or certainly not a viable path forward and would ultimately inflict more harm that it would prevent, he says. That includes reopening schools. But Dr Anthony Fauci says a one size fits all approach won't work. The primary consideration should always be The safety, the health and the welfare of the Children, as well as the teachers and the secondary effects for spreading. Oh, thank God to the parents and other family members, he says. Each state must make its decision based solely on data. Forecasters say. Tropical Storm Essa is now expected to reach hurricane strength again by the time it makes landfall tonight in the Carolinas. Tropical storm warnings in effect all the way to New England. This is ABC News. A group of college athletes threatening to boycott playing this fall. If things don't change, ABC is Alex Stone, with story with pro sports like the MLB hitting hurdles as it tries to play ball now some Pac 12 football players or threatening topped out because of Cove in 19 and because of racial and economic issues in college sports. The player is posting a list of demands online 13 Pac 12 players from 10 schools around the list, including Oregon Star Safety Javon Holland. Alex Stone ABC name Wisconsin Brewer lining Kugel XYZ retiring its logo of a Native American woman company president Declining, Kugel says the brewery has been working to update the look and feel of the lining Kugel, Brandon and doing so will retire the image of the Native American woman, which has been on the label since the 19 thirties. The company was founded in 18 67 and was acquired by Miller Brewing Company in 1988. New logo and packaging will be rolled out in 2021. Ryan Burrow. ABC NEWS Andy Field, ABC News Working from Home is driving up the worst type of cyber crime hold title theft. We're doing it all from home now, right, working banking, videoconferencing, meal deliveries and shopping cybercriminals. They're targeting our.
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"Andy field most Americans say don't rush free opening the economy until there's assurance it's safe one in five U. S. workers twenty two percent say the corona virus has them working from home just one quarter of Americans say they're still going into their regular workplace and that's less than half the number of those who were doing the same a month ago as for the millions out of work twenty percent say they lost their jobs due to the outbreak and today's April jobs report will provide more clarity on those job losses analysts expecting the worst monthly jobs report and record keeping began in nineteen forty eight with unemployment approaching twenty percent more states are easing restrictions today notably California says ABC's Alex stone in Los Angeles things like toys stores book stores music stores clothing stores sporting goods stores and florists right in time for mother's day can re open for the first time today since the start of the shot down but under California orders they can only offer curbside pickup customers are not allowed to go inside and shop tomorrow golf courses in hiking trails will reopen with mandatory face coverings hair and nail salons can reopen today in Texas in Georgia to arrest in the February shooting of an unarmed black man the two people who were arrested or sixty four year old Greg McMichael who's a former police officer and a former investigator for a county prosecutor and his son Travis McMichael thirty four years old they are being charged with murder and aggravated assault for the death of a mob Barbary that's a B. C. Steve Austin some of the twenty five year old was jogging in Brunswick according to his family he was mistaken for a burglar today marks seventy five years in V. E. day the end of the second World War in Europe there's a ceremony at the White House you're listening.
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"DC correspondent Andy field joins us and you give us the update Wall Street the world are waiting what's the hold up all the Bruce Lee is the age old problem between conservatives Republicans Democrats liberals that is that the Republicans philosophy is you give the money to corporations electricals down to the worker I am saying that the building the Democrats are saying no that hasn't worked in the past and didn't work in two thousand eight the big bail out it didn't work with the tax relief that we solve a few years ago with president trump's companies instead of giving that money to workers in the in the in big bonuses and pay raises of hiring more people what they did was buy back stock I had to make the call the bottom one look better including increase the salaries of executives Democrats say we're not going to be Charlie Brown here Lucy again we're not gonna let you hold the ball will kick it meant up on our backs that's why we have this hold up because the Democrats do hold the cards here they have to get this through the house which is Democrats control balance so they are playing hardball with the president Republicans saying we want to make sure you're protecting the workers first and the corporation second what's the conventional wisdom do people think that they will get a deal done fairly quickly any gas on that anti well we keep hearing from Chuck Schumer the democratic leader Goshen sentence saying that they are this close holding his fingers ever so close together but you know the country is holding its breath wait for those figures to come together in the meantime the president still holding a news conference as we speak I've been watching that for the last hour hi he keeps suggesting that perhaps after fifteen days will find a way to get the country back to work again despite the fact that health officials are saying that is not a good idea the motion to continue to run high will monitor the around the clock negotiations to get this done we think ABC's Andy field on the komo news line and that brings us to a forty and that means time for a propellant churns money update.
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"Andy field has the latest local sources confirming to ABC that the director of national intelligence told members of Congress that Russia is once again interfering in the American national election process by trying to get president trump reelected sources also confirming the president was angered when he learned of the briefing saying the Democrats would use that information against them trump ally Roger stone has been sentenced to more than three years in prison fined twenty thousand dollars on his convictions for witness tampering and lying to Congress there is speculation that president trump made part in his longtime loyalist but the president saying today in Las Vegas that he was going to hold off on acting for now but I'm not going to do anything in terms of the great powers bestowed upon a president of the United States I want the process to play out I think that's the best thing to do Mr trump says he would love to see Stone exonerated the president of the university of Michigan apologizing today to anyone who is harmed by the school's former doctor Robert Anderson he died in two thousand a former student athlete told the school he was sexually abused by Anderson in the nineteen seventies university spokesman wrecked it's Gerald says they want more people to come forward it's critically important and Anna and that people come forward and alert us to misconduct the seventy two year old man says he was final during a medical exam by Anderson in the nineteen sixties he complained about the school did nothing Ribeiro ABC news in Spokane Washington for Americans have tested positive for covert nineteen coronavirus being transported to a hospital for treatment patients were taken to the Spokane International Airport from Travis Air Force base in Sacramento California in stable condition coronavirus worry send stocks lower in a dizzying day of trading today the Dow fell one hundred and twenty eight points the S. and P. down twelve you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK I'm John Byrne I see at three oh two with your top local stories California lawmakers are officially apologizing to Japanese Americans for helping to send them to internment camps the resolution passed today declare such an assault on freedom will never happen again this comes nearly eighty years after the U. S. forced more than one hundred twenty thousand people of Japanese descent from their homes during the second World War they were taken to ten camps located in California Arizona Wyoming Colorado Utah and Arkansas the move comes a day after at least three states declared a day of remembrance the body of a missing portable firefighter can now be laid to rest the remains of Patrick Jones were uncovered in the rubble of the city library today Porterville fire chief David lapierre says searchers didn't give up looking for Jones's body the agencies they had a choice to stop their operations to the cover of darkness and they decided to push on through and dig until they found him Jones went missing during the early stage as of the fire on Tuesday he died alongside fire captain Raymond Figaro up a procession to take Jones's body to the Tulare county coroner's office took place early this morning flags at the state capitol are at half staff to honor the fallen heroes two thirteen year old boys have been arrested accused of starting the fire prosecutors say they will not be tried as adults traffic.
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"From ABC news. I'm Todd at Kurt Volcker former US ambassador to NATO caught in the middle of the whistle blower complaint over president trump's dealings with Ukraine resigned from his post as special envoy to the eastern European nation the complaint led to a house impeachment inquiry now Democrats have issued their first subpoenas in the probe seeking documents from the state department house Democrats say secretary of state Mike Pompeii always refuse for weeks to hand over documents they requested they want to know if president trump put national security at risk by pressuring Ukraine to interfere in the twenty twenty election and by withholding aid that Congress approved to help Ukraine fight Russian aggression as Democrats also one testimony from a number of ambassadors who may have followed up on that call. it's A. B. C.'s Andy field of the White House the first appeared as in the impeachment inquiry had been launched one of the mission to secretary of state Mike Pompeii lawmakers also interested in communication involving president trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani. Giuliani's mentioned thirty one times in the whistle blower complaint which says multiple US officials were deeply concerned by what they viewed as Mr Giuliani circumvention of national security decision making processes to engage with Ukrainian officials and relay messages back and forth between Kiev and the president ABC news senior national correspondent merry Bruce democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden after being briefly interrupted by a protester holding up a hash tag me to sign zeroed in on president trump in a speech before supporters we have a president who's violated.
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"Are ABC's Andy field right now the Dow is down eight hundred seventy points that's more than three percent the worst drop so far this year you're listening to ABC news good afternoon I brand for our top story female pedestrian was killed after being hit by a car this morning in Salem it happened at in street south and liberty street southeast the driver remained at the scene and cooperated with police the name of the woman who was hit has not been released Augustana Lutheran church in Portland plans a memorial tomorrow for the victims of the shootings in el Paso and date and where people were killed Reverend market Knutsen tells Kate to it's important to come together ice later you say along the just tears at but if you come together people you may never met before becoming for common reason and you're coming because you know we can do better than the memorial will also be for Dante Strickland he was member of the church and was killed in a shooting in northeast Portland on Friday his sister is charged with murder she'll make her first court appearance this afternoon Clark County fair event managers say that security there is top of mind after the shootings eleven ninety K. X.'s Maxine frost has details the recent shootings in el Paso Texas Dayton Ohio and Gil were California all happened in public places were fun seeking crowds were gathered fair manager making web it's of the Clark County fair happening this week in Ridgefield Washington has forty nine security cameras and security personnel will be controlling all the entrances weapons are not allowed inside a construction project in the Lloyd district is causing major delays to Max train throughout the system trimester but all's that says fewer trains are running with fewer train system wide those trains will likely be very crowded during commuting hours trains were running thirty to forty minutes late the construction workers replacing switches and curve track go to TriMet dot org to see how your ride will be affected they are recommending using buses are alternate transportation during the project milepost ninety seven fires on the road bridge now fifty percent contained the hot weather is because flare ups inside of the fire lines but so far those lines are holding crews are working to strengthen the lines and to put out hot spots the fire burned thirteen thousand acres and a level one evacuation real morning a warning which means be ready remains in place and again on Wall Street this afternoon the Dow is currently down at nine hundred thirteen points nasdaq down three fifteen the S. and P. down ninety nine now Katie acts traffic from the Papa Murphy's traffic center we make it you bake a little bit of sluggish traffic west IT for between twenty eight and I five in little bit busy near delta park I. five south on there's also some slow traffic approaching airport way over on two oh five self and a brief delay as well approaching the tunnel east on sunset Lynn masters and K. E. X. traffic now K. to weather brought to you by standard TV and appliance daytime highs should land in the nineties again this afternoon around the valley is a chance of isolated thunderstorms east of the cascades in central and northeastern Oregon later today tonight clear skies Los new sixty five tomorrow one more day near ninety then cooler for the rest of the week Wednesday.
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"Standing by for live report from Andy Field in Washington? But let's go high above all the problems of mankind. The black hole we found it, of course in space. And then we saw that photograph from space. It was about a month ago when the story broke and there's been so much generational interest in science. In fact, researchers have been in Washington all day talking about the event horizon telescope. That's the one the captured the first image of this black hole. Dr Catherine Bowman with a Harvard Smithsonian center for astrophysics says the reaction has been incredible. I've even had you know. Four year old girls come up to me and tell me about the black hole. And, and I think that getting that interest in science of two young students at a young age. It will help them. Enter the stem fields and make contributions to many different projects. Bowman created an algorithm that led to another algorithm. That led to the black hole being seen for the first time by the human eye. And of course, tonight, SpaceX will try again to launch some satellites on a rocket. We've got that story coming up, but we are joined happily by ABC's Andy Field, an anti, you know, I wanna play the sound bite for you. And listen, America's last major overhaul of our legal admissions policy was fifty four years ago. Sounds like it's time for a change. But that's what everybody's been talking about in Washington. Does this plan from the White House drafted by Jared? Kushner, have any. The hope of surviving congress, not at the Democrats have any say in it, and they do in the house. They have the majority and speaking, ANSI below. So he's already said there's no way this is going to pass the house. She said, as inhumane, does no longer prioritizes families the way. Immigration policies have over the years now there are economists, and even some Republicans and some Democrats who think it's not a bad idea to have some sort of point system, and allow more people who are well, educated have something to offer society of our younger that are not so much of a drain on the resources of the country. But actually add to it. There's nothing wrong with that. But the president has made, no secret of the fact that he doesn't like everyone else. And so he wants to increase from I think twenty seven percent of people who get those green card visas all the way up to way more than half almost sixty percent of the people says that's what they do in Canada. And in New Zealand in Australia, and he thinks that would be a better thing for this country, the Democrats, disagree with them. And of course, there's nothing in there. But DACA, the delayed action for childhood arrivals of the so-called dreamers, which is a big priority for the Democrats. We use surprised at that, that there wasn't some kind of Carrick on DACA stick. Well, he may use it as negotiating tool, but the president, he pretty much knows this is going to pass this congress. In fact, he said is much during the speech saying, you know, we don't get Democrats to agree to this, and he went out and attack Democrats, saying, they're for open borders, and for chaos and for murder and crime. Which, of course, that's not what any democrat I've ever heard says, but he did say that, you know, my other solution is will just win back the house will win back the Senate. And of course, we'll win back the presidency and we'll be able to do this all in twenty twenty and of course you could hear his base clapping nationwide at that. All right. I have to let you go, but it's been lovely ABC's Andy. Thank you. Thank you, six Bloomberg business. Here's Tracy jonky, progress toward recovering from Monday's deep dive, the Dow up two hundred fourteen points, NASDAQ up seventy six twenty five points. Boeing provided the largest part of the Dow's lift after. Said the software updates for the seven thirty seven max is complete. It also helps that WalMart and Cisco systems profit and sales news was solid, almost in spite of the global trade risks while Marta shielded somewhat by its US grocery business. That was a big part of WalMart best first quarter in nine years, I'm Tracy jonky, Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio we had a good day on Wall Street all those China tariff jitters, settling down. At least for now, Dow Jones up nearly one percent and the NASDAQ and the s&p also up nearly one percent. We're just shy twenty six thousand on the Dow space x tries again tonight, launching sixty small satellites on a single rocket SpaceX CEO Elon Musk says the sixty satellites will be the first of several hundred for his Starling internet service something he hopes will enable his space business to stay in business. At least twelve more launches for Starling to have worldwide coverage that musk says, we'll bring the internet to areas where connectivity is limited or not existed last night's launch from Cape Canaveral with scrubbed because of high winds. Tonight's forecast. Looks good for launch window that opens at ten thirty eastern time. Peter King, CBS news Orlando..
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"To LA. ABC's Andy Field joins us on the KOMO Newsline. And Andy the government had granted a lot of money. And then suddenly is taking back billions. And the governor says this is political retribution. Well, it did surly a coincidence. That comes literally a day or two after Gavin Newsom. The governor said he was going to pull troops from the border and the national guard troops from the border in southern California. Mexico didn't make the president happy. So is the president has fond of saying when someone punches him. He punches back closes hard. And this is punching him right in the wallet. By saying we're gonna take nearly a billion dollars. We had pledged to you. So this rail project, we're gonna take it back since you wasted the money in the first place and the president. We listen the governor of admits that this cost overruns in a lot of waste to this president is just pointing out with the governor saying the problem is can the government take back money that they've already pledged in. Of course, you're going to see. On this as with all things, it seems to the Trump administration. Andy, do we know of any fairly recent examples, whether it's this administration, the Obama administration any others that have basically said you're not doing what you're supposed to do with that money. So we want back. The only thing I can recall recently was during the Obama administration. And I can't remember the name of the company, but it was a it was a solar panel company Lucinda syndrome or something like that..
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"ABC's? Andy Field has details of a new ABC news Washington Post poll, well, six out of ten Americans say they want congress to examine the president's. Taxes? Nearly the same numbers want Democrats in congress to look into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia as well as possible financial connections between the president and foreign governments at the same time. Only forty percent say they support congress impeaching the president Massachusetts. Governor Charlie Baker is proposing elimination of a welfare rule that benefits children born into families already receiving public assistance provisions in the forty two point seven billion dollars state budget. He filed would end the policy known as the family cap Baker vetoed a Bill last year that would have lifted the cap when lawmakers refused his request for other welfare changes. Well, it's six eleven time now for sports, Chris famous here. Good morning, Chris. Good morning are the patriots started their preparations for the Rams and Super Bowl fifty three a few days ago. But this morning fans will get their first crack emission six as New England will host a sendoff rally, which of course, is open to the public this morning in Foxborough. Gates open in just a few hours, and they'll be music and speakers. And I heard the blue man group is even going to perform it's just the kind of stuff the patriots captain Devin mccourty cherishes sharing with teammates to so much more than what we just sitting me and then go to practice on. And that's why I love the whole journey a process of going to the Super Bowl because it's a a week together. One last time for a team that you feel special on that. You don't want to take advantage of mccourty and is made fly out to Atlanta directly after as for the rest of the NFL today. It's the Pro Bowl mid-afternoon down in Orlando. Celtics have the day off after last night's one fifteen one eleven loss at home against Golden State, Boston just ran out of gas and this one late with just three points in the final three minutes. This after the green had a race day six point deficit to begin the fourth quarter. Kevin Durant lead all scores with thirty three points. Kyrie Irving had thirty two for the Celtics Brooklyn tomorrow night and h Al all-star game now in the rear view mirror. The metropolitan division champions in the three on three format David pasta. And I got a couple of. Assistant semi-final loss. Sidney Crosby was named the game's MVP and the Bruins will return to action Tuesday night at home against Winnipeg. Finally, tennis Novak Djokovic defeated in straight sets to capture the Australian Open crown Chris pharma WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. Breaking.
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"Seven thirty in news ninety six point five WDBO after telling the house speaker she couldn't use a military plane to travel to Afghantistan the president has now canceled another trip for his own cabinet. Andy Field explains from Capitol Hill, the president telling his Treasury Secretary he'll have to stay home. And skip the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, saying it's out of respect for eight hundred thousand federal workers going without pay earlier. The president denied house speaker Nancy Pelosi the use of an air force jet for a fact-finding overseas trip to Afghanistan all that after the speaker asked the president to put off the state of the union address until both sides and the nearly month long shutdown house minority leader Kevin McCarthy said the president's decision to not let Pelosi leave Washington is completely appropriate. Why would you want to go overseas with government shutdown? With people missing their paychecks that if we don't get this back open, they could miss their paycheck again by next week. News ninety six point five WDBO. Orlando turns first for severe weather. I'm Tom Terry. Nice. Seasonal weather today. Gets even warmer tomorrow. That's coming up. I'm Tony Marino. Clear. Cool sixty two at Amway center. Lashes back in five minutes. In Winter Park this afternoon. Governor Rhonda Santa's says he's clearing the path for medical marijuana. And then he intends to dismiss the lawsuit that was launched by former governor, Rick Scott, whether they have to smoke it or not who am I to judge that I want people to be able to have their suffering relieved the Santa's calling the nearly seventy percent vote for amendment for an overwhelming majority. Congressman Darren Soto beating with members of central Florida's Venezuelan community today to announce the Venezuela TPS act Lee legislation that has been filed longside congressman Mario Diaz Balart that would allow Venezuelan nationals living in the US to become eligible for temporary protected status. TPS Orlando police say they found the pickup truck involved in the deadly hit and run crash that we've been telling you about on state road four await last night. Police are still looking for the driver of the truck. However, and they have not yet released that person's name or the name of the victim to people are dead including a gunman third person injured at an Alabama. Hop shooting. Huntsville police say dispute between employees and customers would lead to the shooter because tumor. The started with a customer came in for service to here and was upset about something walked out back out to the parking lot retrieved a handgun and came back out of the business began shooting President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen acknowledging in a tweet today that he paid a technology company to falsely improve Trump's standing in to online polls during the election. One was about the election. One was about wealthy businessmen. The tech company's owner told the Wall Street Journal Cohen paid him fifty thousand dollars and the NFL announced today that soul singer in Georgia native Gladys Knight.
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"Everyone who runs for public federal office, but their tax returns on law. Warren speaking there at an event in New Hampshire today. Hundreds of thousands of federal workers continued to struggle as the partial government shutdown extends into day, twenty two longest ever government shutdown leaving eight hundred thousand federal workers and paycheck limbo, three union suing the government saying it is unconstitutional to force many of them to work without pay congress voting to give them lost wages, but only when the government reopens Andy Field in Washington there at least three people are dead. Dozens more injured after an explosion at a bakery in Paris today. Legends services were called to a possible gas leak in the ninth small in central Paris. This morning firefighters were just arriving on the scene when the explosion occurred. The force of the blast overturned cars and shattered windows in nearby shops. The bakery had not yet opened at the time. Among the dead are firefighters who are part of the response team and a Spanish woman who was on holiday in Paris with her. Husband do McFarland ABC news at the foreign desk in London, Wisconsin teenager, missing for three months after the murder of her parents back home as a thorny say she escaped her captor and flag down help thority say a suspect has been arrested in the kidnapping of thirteen year old Jamie clause, and for the murder for parents authorities in Davis, California searching for a motive in what they're calling an ambush attack on a rookie police officer. You're listening to ABC news KOMO, Seattle, KOMO FM Oakville..