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02:10 min | 3 months ago

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"The Pfizer vaccine, Honolulu's mayor says he'll restrict indoor gatherings to 10 people outdoor gatherings to 25 in an effort to control the coronavirus. I'm Tim Maguire, Tennessee flooding I'm Tim Maguire with an A P news minute at least. 22 people are dead and 10 or more missing since an historic 17 inches a rain last Saturday. Sent flash floods crashing into Waverly and one other small town and rural Middle Tennessee, Jodi Starsky was able to escape the rapidly rising water, but she fears her across the street neighbor's didn't think in my mind that they thought they were safe that the water was not going to get that high. From what I've heard. Gushed had him And we lost. We spared. She drowned. In the process. She was our hero. She saved us. The 17 inches of rain shattered the Tennessee single day rain record by more than three inches. Evacuation flights increase out of Kabul National security advisor Jake Sullivan in the last 24 hours alone. 28 U. S military flights have a evacuated approximately 10,400 people. Another 6000 evacuated by allies. I'm Tim Maguire, With New York Governor Andrew Cuomo stepping down just before midnight on Monday. Lieutenant Governor, Kathy Hopeful will be sworn in just after midnight to replace him, breaking another glass ceiling for women in state politics. Local who said she didn't work closely with Cuomo and wasn't aware of the harassment allegations before they became public, has vowed no one will ever call her workplace toxic. She plans to keep on Cuomo era employees for 45 days to allow her time to interview new hires, but said she will not keep anyone found to have behaved unethically at least 35 employees and the governor's office have left since February, according to staff rosters. Local will need to quickly build your own team of advisors who can help steer the administration for at least the next 16 months, And she has already said she plans to run for a full four year term in 2022. Julie Walker, New York. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Did you know that you can purchase prints of a peace photography.

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02:43 min | 5 months ago

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"Expects to hold its first public hearing this month with some forgotten witnesses. Chairman Bennie Thompson tells the AP. Other committees have already heard from top officials like the capital's police chief. He wants to hear from the rank and file, not just those who fought back the attack, but the custodial staff that cleaned up afterward how they felt. We need to hear Uh what people who Broke into the capital say it two of them, Thompson says that will set the tone for the investigation. Many first responders pushed for an independent probe of the attack, which Senate Republicans blocked. Thompson has not said if the panel will call ex President Trump to testified but says nobody is off limits Saga or Megane at the White House Coronavirus update. I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute stocks finished higher. The Dow up 448 points. There are new coronavirus guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at schools. Anyone who's fully vaccinated there they can. They don't need to mask indoors. They don't need to physical distance That means teachers and students. Anyone 12 and older can get vaccinated. Erin salver shots at the CDC says that could create confusion. It will really be up to the schools and the districts in the states to determine if they're able to put different rules in place in the classroom for those who are fully vaccinated compared To those who are not yet vaccinated as far as social distancing. The guideline is three FT. If a school or classroom is not able to maintain at least three ft, distancing that should not keep any kids out of the classroom. The CDC has not advising schools to require shots for teachers and vaccine eligible kids. Made Donahue President Biden has signed an executive order, he says, will lower prices for families and boost wages by targeting anticompetitive practices in several parts of the economy. The president says some in big business have gotten away from the American ideal of economic competition. Capitalism Without competition is in capitalism. It's exploitation. The sweeping order has several dozen actions and recommendations, including cutting down on non compete agreements, which often stop workers in some industries from going to competitors. For more money. You can't leave Burger King or go to McDonald's. Come on. Trade secret about what's inside that Patty Business and trade groups argue the order will actually stifle economic growth and could set off major legal fights Soccer Megane at the White House. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network..

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01:43 min | 6 months ago

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"A new deal with fight up by on tech, but one bloc country hungry is opting out. The blocks executive arm has finalized a third vaccine contract with fires up by on tech food 2023 for an additional 1.8 billion doses of their covert 19 shots to share between the blocks countries except for hungry The European Commission says the contract, which was agreed on behalf of all 27 EU countries earlier this month, will allow the buying of 900 million doses of the current shots on off a syrah, um, adapted to the viruses variance with an option to purchase an extra 900 million of them. I'm Charles Dillon. Asthma. I'm Rita Foley with an AP News minted Hamas leader says there may well be a truce with Israel in a day or two. But there's no sign of that this morning as Israel unleashed another wave of airstrikes across the Gaza Strip, killing at least one Palestinian and wounding several Hamas fired. More rockets are Joseph Kraus, reports from Jerusalem. Israel said that the strikes carried out We're targeting the homes of Hamas commanders that contained military infrastructure. It's also been striking and militant tunnel networks across Gaza, and residents said that they heard heavy air strikes in Gaza City in the Jabalya refugee camp in the north and also in central and southern Gaza. The number of Americans applying for unemployment fell to a new pandemic low last week, 444,000 Assigned the job market's getting stronger as consumers start to spend freely again. Koven infections drop and business restrictions ease. I'm Rita Fall way. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Hey, did you know.

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02:46 min | 7 months ago

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"Strikes, once one for a total of five minutes just after midnight in the downtown residential part of Gaza City. Rescuers scramble to retrieve those stuck under the rubble. The Gaza Health Ministry reported. Over a dozen women and several Children were among those killed. Over 180 Palestinians have been killed in Gaza, including more than 50 Children with well over 1000 people wounded over seven people in Israel have been killed, including a five year old boy in a soldier. Throughout the day. Gazans mourn their dead relatives. One father well done considerably as he had the dead body of his small child as others gather to console in calm him. Later in the day. Rockets could also be seen firing from a position in Gaza City directed towards Israel. Hamas another militant groups have fired over 2900 rockets into Israel, many of which were intercepted by the Israeli military. I'm Karen Sharma's on Julie Walker. Some key details go on scene after police in Rochester, New York, release officer's body Cam video from a fatal shooting during a traffic stop early Friday. Good, good. Good. One officer yells before shooting. And then at least nine shot every load right now. Okay. The video appears to show officers remove a gun from the back seat of the car where they were questioning a passenger. But it's not clear whether the man had a gun in his hands or fired it. He's identified as 28 year old Mark Gaskill. Police say he's white and Hispanic. They also say the car was stopped after it was seen near the location of where a shot spotter went off. Two officers are on administrative leave the state attorney general is investigating, which is standard Now I'm Julie Walker. I'm Julie Walker. Native American tribes and some other groups say to New Arizona election laws won't make it any easier for their voters, despite what Republicans behind the changes contend One log is voters who didn't sign mail in ballots until election night, defying a lawsuit that would have given voters additional days. Another results in potentially tens of thousands being purged from getting mail ballots. Navajo Nation president Jonathan Nez says it's basically retaliation. The Navajo nation came out In big numbers. To support their candidate, Joe Biden. And you know this is a Systematic approach to pushing back, he adds. Tribal members face hurdles, driving hours to reach polling sites unreliable male and need for translators. Bill sponsor Republican State Senator Michelle You gently, Reda said. Claims of retaliation are outrageous. Not everything has to do with Biden and Trump. User cleanups and fixes. I'm Julie Walker. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Did you know that you.

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02:58 min | 8 months ago

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"Dead after reportedly firing on police this afternoon, officers were called to the Austin East Magnet high school on the report of someone, possibly with a gun. Investigators say they found the male student inside a bathroom. They allege he started firing at the police. One officer was struck in the upper leg, and an officer returned fire, killing the student there. Have been previous bouts of violence involving this high school. Earlier this year, three students were killed in separate shooting incidents. Tennessee's governor, meanwhile, just signed legislation allowing people to carry guns without any training or background checks. I'm Jackie Quinn, three counties in the Minneapolis ST Paul Metro area are under curfews. Following yesterday's police shooting death of 20 year old black motorist Dante Right and Brooklyn Center, a Minneapolis suburb. Police body cam video shows the officer who shot right thought she was using a Taser Mayor Mike Elliot calls on protesters to be peaceful. We will get to the bottom of this, we will do all That is within our power. To make sure that Justice is done. Don t write. Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman says Any decision on charges against the officer will be made by the Washington County attorney under an agreement among several county prosecutors. Retired California police officer Rick Cerrado, now involved in law enforcement training, says officers across the country need Morte training to avoid escalation. Like what happened in the Minneapolis suburb yesterday, and not just a Taser just how to handle situations. With any suspect, okay, escalation of force and and making sure that these officers are confident that the first thing they're not going to do is pull out their guns. Cerrado knows that while handguns have been mistaken for Tasers during tense situations, the two are vastly different in color weight and feel. This is AP News. The murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show. Vin continues today. George Floyd younger brother testified, followed by University of South Carolina law School use of force expert says Staten and this from court TV stout and says no reasonable officer would have done what Shoven did knelt on Floyd's neck. It's clear from the number of officers and Mr Floyd's position, the fact that he's handcuffed and has been searched. He doesn't present a threat of harm. Seattle toddler remains in critical condition at Harborview Medical Center after she was shot along with three adult men in a parking lot yesterday, Seattle Times reports. A two year old girl was taken to the hospital in a private car after police say at least two people came around a quarter and opened fire on cars and people outside an auto zone in a Starbucks. Police have made no arrests. Hospital official says The three men were all released as of this afternoon. I'm Tim Acquire AP News Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network for News.

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03:05 min | 1 year ago

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"News I'm to McGuire cities, counties and states across the nation are taking strong steps to prevent the ever growing spread the corona virus pandemic more than 11.1 million people have been infected and deaths nationally are averaging 1100 each day. AP is Jackie Quinn has this Philadelphia's health commissioner says indoor events are banned visiting between households. No indoor weddings, funerals, baby showers, libraries and museums will close Friday California's governor Gavin Newsom's closing many non essential businesses because of the spread every age group. Every demographic. As for Thanksgiving dinner, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy smallest possible because we know that indoor gatherings and homes are particularly dangerous. The fear is that health care facilities will be overwhelmed with new cases and people will die because they won't be able to receive treatment. I'm Jackie Quinn, president elect Joe Biden is talking about the Corona virus and President Trump's refusals so far. Concede the election and start the transfer of power. More people may die. If we don't coordinate, Biden says the timing is important. I am hopeful that the president will Mm hmm. You mildly more enlightened before we get to generate twenties, Biden met with business leaders about the economic impact of the virus. Yet another GOP suit to toss out ballots from the election has instead been thrown out by a Michigan appeals court, which on a unanimous three to nothing ruling dismissed the suit brought against Detroit ballot counters. The judge's ruling. They weren't convinced that a Wayne County judge made manifest error in refusing to stop the work of the canvassers, who must certify the votes this week and then notified the state. Meanwhile, a lawsuit by Trump's campaign is pending in federal court in Grand Rapids. This is AP News. The NC double A wants to hold its entire Division one men's basketball tournament next spring. In one place, it worked for the N B, A and the NHL so college basketball officials are in talks to have all March Madness games in Indianapolis, which is already the site of the Final four, The NC double A says it's relocating early round games that had been scheduled to be played at 13 already determined sites. The NC double a division one men's basketball committee said hosting all 68 teams in one place would quote enhance the safety and well being of the event. I'm surely Adler Hurricane iota has rapidly gained strength top sustained winds 160 MPH, making the 30th name Storm the latest Category five storm on record the storm with his torrential rain and surge of up to 20 FT, setting toward the same part of the Nicaragua Honduras coast, battered by hurricane ADA less than two weeks ago. I'm Tim McGuire. AP News Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network for News on the go Try the AP Mobile Lab get breaking US.

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01:51 min | 1 year ago

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"So this does leave about 1/5 of voters, saying that their families are falling behind about 20% of respondents said they had a close friend or family member died from the virus. And Thomas Washington. Roughly half of those responding to the AP vote cast survey said they missed out on a milestone event because of the pandemic has for the economic impact vote cast finds about foreign 10 said their household lost a job or income. But David 100.1 of the A P and R. C Center for public affairs research ads. About two thirds of voters say that their families air quote unquote Holding steady, so this does leave about 1/5 of voters, saying that their families are falling behind about 20% of respondents said they had a close friend or family member died from the virus. Ben Thomas Washington The polls have closed and more than half the states timid wire with an AP newsmen at the AP reports. President Trump has taken five more states, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee and Oklahoma. Former vice president Joe Biden is the winner in seven states, including Connecticut, his home state of Delaware, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Rhode Island. Senate majority Leader Republican Mitch McConnell is among a number of senators winning reelection, including a half dozen Democrats. Republican Bill Haggerty has been elected for the first time to the Senate from Tennessee. Vote. Turnout across the country has been heavy in Kenosha, Wisconsin. I hope it's AH big, red wave Trump voter Roger Kriebel. Jason Beck, also in Kenosha, cast his ballot for Joe Biden. This time you made a mistake I voted for Trump just followed that it was time for something different, and there was a big mistake before today, more than 100 million people had already voted to Maguire. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Did you know that you can purchase.

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02:01 min | 1 year ago

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"24 ft, which won't be bad partner might go in the war office might partially go underwater to President Trump has faced compelling questions from undecided voters and what essentially amounted to a warm up for his debates with Joe Biden in a town hall, anchored by ABC News is George Stephanopoulos. The president got questions on what he told The Washington Post Bob Woodward in the spring Whywould you downplay. A pandemic that is known to disproportionately harm low income families and minority communities. Yeah, well, I didn't downplay it. I actually in many ways I, uh, plated in terms of action, but he did downplay the threat to Woodward. I wanted to always play it down yesterday. He also downplayed the value of masks. There are a lot of people think the masks are not good. The president also seemed to knock down the suggestion that the US has racial inequities amid months of protests over police Shootings of black people have yet to address in acknowledged it has been a race problem in America. So if you go well, I hope there's not a race problem. SOCCER Megane Washington In a town hall, anchored by ABC News is George Stephanopoulos, the president got questions on what he told The Washington Post Bob Woodward in the spring Whywould You downplay a pandemic that is known to disproportionately Harm low income families and minority communities. Yeah, well, I didn't downplay it. I actually in many ways I, uh, played it in terms of action, but he did downplay the threat to Woodward. I wanted to always play it down yesterday. He also downplayed the value of masks. There are a lot of people think the masks are not good. The president also seemed to knock down the suggestion that the US has racial inequities. Amid months of protests over police shootings of black people have yet to address in acknowledged. It has been a race problem in America. So if you go well, I hope there's not a race problem. Soccer agony Washington Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network..

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01:54 min | 1 year ago

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"Cancellation of the screening of a documentary. Addressing allegations are Kelly had sexually abused women and girls. This is AP News Industry continues to gain ground lost during the pandemic. Industrial production remains well below where it wants before the Corona virus pandemic struck, but the Federal Reserve reports output it factories, mines and utilities climbed 3% in July. That followed a stronger surgeon June but remains 8.4% below It's February level. A big gain in production of cars, trucks and auto parts pushed factory output up 3.4% while mining ticked up 8/10 of a percent after five months of declines in all, industry was running at 70.6% of capacity, well below its long term average of 79.8%. Ben Thomas. Washington fans wore masks and players drank from their own water bottles instead of sharing last night in Utah at what was said to be the first high school football game in the US since the start of the pandemic, the stands were sold out a 25% capacity at Harriman High School. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News US Productivity has posted its biggest gain in 11 years. The Labor Department says productivity jumped 7.3% in the second quarter, the biggest games since 2009. The increase occurred. It's the number of hours work decreased by 43% the biggest drop on record. And output was down nearly 39% the biggest decline ever recorded. It's the Corona virus pandemic caused economic damage throughout the country. Productivity is defined as the amount of output per hour of work and it's a key to increasing living standards. Economists believe the pandemic will likely hinder productivity. Incoming quarters on my company. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Did.

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Once homeless, Cori Bush wins Missouri primary

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00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Once homeless, Cori Bush wins Missouri primary

"Congressman Lacy clay in the Missouri primary, essentially guaranteeing her a seat in Congress representing the heavily Democratic ST Louis area. Wishes. Victory ended 52 year dynasty in ST Louis that began with Clay's father, Bill Corey. Bush had at one time been homeless after health problems during her pregnancy forced her to quit her job as a preschool teacher. She led protest after the 2014 police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, Her supporter, said protests over racial injustice helped galvanize voters If she's elected. Bush would be the first black woman to represent Missouri in Congress. I'm Jennifer King. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Did you know that you can purchase a prince of a peace photography for your personal or small business Use every

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01:48 min | 1 year ago

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"Black men. He tackled other weighty subjects with movies like Mississippi Burning and Angela's ashes. But there's no pigeonholing Parker his first feature Bugsy Malone parody gangster films with a cast of Children to make jambalaya on. He directed musicals like Fame and the Commitments and even Pink Floyd's The Wall. He became a champion of Britain's film industry and was knighted by Queen Elizabeth in 2002. His family says he died Friday in London after a long illness. Ellen Parker was 76. I'm Ben Thomas, a $600 weekly unemployment benefit that's been propping up both the economy and families during the pandemic expires today, and there is no deal yet in Washington on an extension. Senate Republicans have been trying to trim the benefit in the next two mammoth virus relief bill, but President Trump has undercut them by signaling he wants to keep the full benefit for now. White House Chief of staff Mark Meadows says he's made several offers for temporarily extending the money. The Democrats have made zero offers. Over the last three days. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says a short term extension only makes sense. If both sides are close to a broader deal, and they're not they and practice the White House do not understand the gravity of the situation. Both the House and Senate have left town, though negotiators say they will talk into the weekend Soccer Megane Washington Back to school sales here at Gap Factory and get factory dot com 40 to 70% of almost everything, plus new door busters for the kid's logo and dresses from 19 nineties from 4 99 and genes from 12 99. Find it all. A gas factory dot com through August 4th. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Hey, did you know that.

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04:33 min | 1 year ago

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"And noble dot com or iBooks. Corona virus Update. I'm Ben Thomas with an AP news MINUTE Associated Press Analysis of data from Johns Hopkins University finds the long expected upturn in US Corona virus deaths has begun a states in the South and West experience a surgeon cases and hospitalizations over the past two weeks, data shows daily reported. Deaths have increased from 578 nationwide two weeks ago. 664 on Friday. Numbers rose in 27 states, though most are averaging under 15 deaths per day of subset, including California, Texas, Florida, Arizona, Illinois in South Carolina, has been driving the nationwide increase. Florida reported 96 new death Saturday, bringing its total for the week to 496. Governor Rhonda Santis says that's particularly worrisome for elder Floridians. This is a pretty dramatic, I think picture of showing how this virus operates and who tends to bear the brunt when when they get infected still nationwide, The daily number of covert deaths remains well below the heights hit in April. In New York alone was reporting close to 800 deaths. I'm Ben Thomas. AP News CORONA VIRUS Update. I'm Ben Thomas, with an AP News Minute More than 12.5 1,000,000 cases of covert, 19 have now been confirmed around the globe and over 560,000 people have died. That's according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. The shortages of testing materials and data collection issues mean the actual numbers could be much higher. As of Saturday morning, the US totals were approaching 3.2 million infections, with more than 134,000 people having died. Dr Michael Ryan at the World Health Organization says it's unlikely the virus will be eradicated. Ultimately, it comes down to communities and individuals on how we protect ourselves and how we protect others. Nevada is enforcing new restrictions this weekend on bars and restaurants in several areas, including Las Vegas and Reno after a spike in case is there And New Mexico's governor says her status halting indoor restaurant service closing state parks to non residents in suspending contact sports that schools this fall. Meanwhile, a 30 day order requiring people to wear face masks in public took effect in Kentucky Friday night that despite a judge's restraining order related to pandemic restrictions, Overseas. Dozens of U. S. Marines have been infected with the Corona virus at two bases on the southern Japanese island of Okinawa. I'm Ben Thomas. AP News The search continues for glee star NI Rivera on a lake in California, where she went missing Wednesday, search teams of using sonar and robotic devices in Lake Piru and Ventura County, about 55 miles from L. A. To look for Rivera's body. Authorities believe drowned while out with her four year old who they found alone in a boat that you had rented. The boy told investigators. They went swimming and he gotten back on the pontoon boat, but she had not an adult life vest was found in the boat. Authorities say they believe it was an accidental drowning. Rivera played a singing cheerleader for six seasons on glee on Julie Walker and Associated Press Analysis of data from Johns Hopkins University finds the long expected upturn in US Corona virus deaths has begun driven by fatalities in the South and West. The number of deaths per day from Kobe, 19 had fallen for months. Even his state's started to see an explosion in cases and hospitalizations, but over the past two weeks, data shows, daily reported deaths have increased in 27 states to a nationwide total of 664 on Friday. Now the majority of those states they're averaging under 15 deaths per day. But a subset including California, Texas, Florida, Arizona, Illinois, New Jersey in South Carolina, has been driving the nationwide increase. Researchers expect us to continue rising in the coming weeks, though perhaps not as dramatically as the spring when New York alone with reporting close to 800 deaths. Ben Thomas Washington Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Did you know that you can purchase a prince of a peace photography for your personal or small business Use every day a piece. Photographers capture incredible images from all around the world there on the.

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01:31 min | 2 years ago

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01:50 min | 2 years ago

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"The AP radio network you can purchase prints of a piece for tiger fee for your personal or small business every day a piece to talk first capture incredible images from all around the world there on the scene of wars and conflicts concerts movie premieres championship games and parade AP images dot com to find iconic photos to displaying your home office restaurant or to give to friends and colleagues for more information visit AP images dot com mini vans aren't selling like they use to last year minivan sales sink to three hundred sixty four thousand the lowest level in more than thirty years sales are down another sixteen percent in the first half of this year with no end to the decline in sight that's a far cry from nineteen ninety three to two thousand five when auto maker sold more than one million of the vans every year auto website cargurus dot com says mini van sales generally follow birthrates which have been falling for thirty two years yet for auto makers that are still in the game many bands are good business the only large competitors left for fiat Chrysler or the Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna kia offers the Sedona but sales are relatively small the popularity of the HBO miniseries at Chernobyl detailing Soviet era nuclear nightmares has sparked a surge of atomic tourism but for those who want to check it out without the risk of radiation poisoning Lithuania offers the next best view the series was shot in the country and that as tourists flocking to filming locations in the capital of bill me is and to the Ignalina nuclear power plant the decommissioned plant is of the same design as the one in Chernobyl demand from tourists has been growing drawing more than twenty two hundred visitors and twenty eighteen and more than.

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01:51 min | 3 years ago

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"You for listening to the AP radio network. Did you know that you can purchase prince of AP's photography for your personal or small business us every day? A piece photographers capture incredible images from all around the world. On the scene of wars and conflicts concepts movie premieres championship games and parades. You can browse APM images dot com to find iconic photos to display in your home office restaurant or do you get to friends and colleagues for more information, visit dot com. Police in Chicago have released some information on the suspects in the beating of empire co star jussie smollet, but as AP entertainment editor, Oscar wells Gabriel reports the search continues with few leads you see them just about everywhere you go in most cities surveillance cameras now naked on light host or fix two buildings. Authorities in Chicago hoping that at least one of those cameras will crack the Justice Millette case they have released blurry images of two persons of interest are asking the public's help in identifying them so far authorities say scouring through hundreds of hours of tape. So far has not yielded images of the actual attack or the time just before or after it a Moscow wills Gabriella? And Australian rugby league team says it wants to continue while ways longest ever sports sponsorship. It comes despite the Chinese communication giants banned from Australia's five G networks and amid a legal wrangle with the US. While ways been the major sponsor of the Canberra Raiders since two thousand twelve and will consider this year extending its first sponsorship contract with a sports team anywhere in the world. While way spokesman Jeremy Mitchell says the ban in Australia will figure in sponsorship considerations. This is the podcast one sportsman brought to you by the worldwide retard the Associated Press sports.

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03:35 min | 3 years ago

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"Thank you for listening to the AP radio network. Did you do that you can purchase prints of AP's photography for your personal or small business? Use every day a piece photographers capture incredible images from all around the world. There on the scene of wars and conflicts concerts, movie premieres championship games and parades. You can browse AP images dot com to find iconic photos to display your home office. Get to friends and colleagues for more information. Visit eight dot com. President Trump's complaining about being criticized for deciding to pull American troops out of Syria AP, Washington, correspondent saga megani reports. Trump took to Twitter on Monday. The president says he's the only person in America who could say he's bringing troops home with victory. And as a result get what he calls a bad press in a series of tweets, he says by withdrawing from Syria. He's simply making good on a campaign promise, and that Islamic state militants are mostly gone, but his national security team. Roundly blasted the decision saying the militants still pose a threat Defense Secretary Jim Mattis resigned because of it saga megani at the Pentagon. China's manufacturing activity fell in December. According to an official survey the purchasing managers index of the national bureau of statistics and the China Federation of logistics and purchasing fell to forty nine point four down from fifty in November numbers below fifty show activity contracting a statement by the group said downward pressure on the economy's still large omitted domestic slowdown and weak global demand. The Baltic nation of Estonia is working on an business plan to make its government completely digital is. Tony is national. Digital adviser says the goal is to reduce bureaucracy increased transparency and boost economic growth as more countries shift their services, online, Estonia's experiment. Physical Imps of how interacting with the state might be full future. Generations is Tunisia has so far created one platform that supports electronic authentication and digital signatures to enable paperless communications across both the private and public sectors. There was still a few things you can't do electronically. In Estonia, Mary the rules will transfer property. And that's only because the government has decided it was important to turn up in person for some big life events. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. I look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm election. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. AP radio news. I'm Tim Maguire the world celebrates New Year's here's the party in Paris. Hundreds of thousands of people are packed together. In the rain and New York's Times Square seen it on TV. But they want to be there. Even if being their means standing for as long as twelve hours in the rain without food or bathrooms. It's like the place to be on New Year's Eve the world is watching photographer. Isaiah Stouffer on came from Wisconsin to log it man to sing of Indianapolis. Cross it off her bucket list. I always watch it every year on TV, but being here in person chain, hold back, tears, Christina Aguilera, bts, Rex's, snoop Dogg and staying there among the opening acts for.

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"ap radio network" Discussed on AP News

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02:44 min | 3 years ago

"ap radio network" Discussed on AP News

"You for listening to the AP radio network. Hey, did you know that he Associated Press produces news related books? Here's what's new enough coming first presidential dogs, cats and other critters deadly force fatal confrontations with police the Hubble telescope, a universe of discovery and many more. Visit AP dot org slash books to purchase or visit Amazon Barnes and noble dot com. Or I books. The new year brings with it. Pay raises for some workers AP correspondent, Shelly add the reports on new minimum wage requirements in twenty states and nearly two dozen cities the state wage hikes range from an extra nickel per hour and Alaska to a one dollar an hour hike in Maine, Massachusetts, and for California employees with more than twenty-five workers, the largest employers in Seattle will have to pay workers at least sixteen dollars an hour in the new year increases are also on the way in Missouri and Arkansas as a result of voter approved ballot initiatives, I'm Shelley anther a half billion dollars worth of stolen tequila has been recovered in Florida a truck driver hauling tequila stopped for dinner Sunday night at a Tampa area. Truckstop when he noticed that the trailer. He was hauling wasn't attached to his truck anymore. Deputies began searching and found the semi trailer at a nearby intersection. They say they watched four men taking cases of patrolling tequila to another box truck before the depth. He's moved in. They say the men had transferred over twenty cases. From the fully loaded truck. They arrested three men right away. And a fourth was arrested. A short time later the load of tequila was worth more than five hundred thousand dollars. Whereas domestic security agency says it's arrested a US citizen on espionage charges as AP correspondent serious shaklee reports the Russian foreign ministry's of the US embassy was duly notified about the arrest. The central security service. The top KGB's successor agency said that the American man was detained in Moscow on Friday day, Jesse said in a statement that he was caught doing an espionage operation, but didn't give any details. The state news agency identify the detained man as Paul spying charges. Carry prison sentence of up to twenty years in Russia. The US embassy in Moscow had no immediate comment. I'm Zaria shaklee new years less than three hours away on the east coast. I'm Tim Maguire AP news minute. It may be raining and hundreds of thousands of people are packed into the pens on Times Square having no access to restrooms or backpacks or umbrellas, even so they're readying. The ring in twenty nineteen. It's like the place.

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"ap radio network" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"ap radio network" Discussed on AP News

"For listening to the AP radio network for news on the go. Try the AP mobile app. Get breaking US international news from the world's most trusted news source stories for more than eight hundred local media companies choose to see the content that interests you most whether it's sports entertainment highlights global news or the latest from your hometown eighteen mobile is available in English and Spanish and can be found on an Android. You're listening to the AP digital news network. The polish man who forced open a locked gate at Germany's Hannover airport and drove his car onto the field will be kept in custody, pending possible charges. The suspect's motive remains unclear on Sunday. But police said his actions didn't appear to be terror related. Investigators say he was apparently under the influence of drugs during Saturday's incident at the airport offices to suit him until he stopped the car underneath an airliner with one hundred seventy two passengers onboard. He's being investigated all suspicion of dangerous interference and an traffic. Resisting police and driving under the influence of drugs. A statement from police says he was previously known for narcotics violations. New years.

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Poland seeks permanent US troop presence

24 Hour News

02:30 min | 3 years ago

Poland seeks permanent US troop presence

"Poland's asking the us to permanently stationed thousands of american troops there ap correspondent ben thomas says talks are already underway american forces are stationed in poland already but on a temporary rotational mission though that mission is openended the polish defense minister tells state radio he recently held talks in washington about making the us presence permanent saying it would be of great importance because it deters the adversary poland and security concerns have grown since russia's annexation of the crimean peninsula and support for separatists sydney stern ukraine in moscow presidential spokesman dmitry peskov says an increase in the west's military presence near russia's borders quote certainly does not contribute to security and stability on the continent in any way ben thomas washington an indiana middle schoolteacher who stopped a school shootings being hailed as a hero but as the ap's my campaign reports the teacher says the public needs to focus on the student who was steer asli wounded noblesville west middle school teacher jason semen says he had no choice but to tackle an arm student my actions on that day in my mind were the only acceptable actions i could've done given the circumstances i deeply care for my students and their well being that is why did what i did that day seaman was shot during the incident he was released from the hospital saturday and says he's still processing what happened semen believes the thirteen year old girl who was shot l whistler has shown courage that in his words is nothing short of remarkable she's in critical but stable condition i'm mike kemp in the newest weather satellite launched by the us less than three weeks ago can't keep cool and the problem could affect the quality of its pictures the national oceanic and atmospheric administration says the goes seventeenth satellite images infrared sensors aren't getting properly cooled experts are now scrambling to understand just went went wrong and how to fix it and they say could take at least a few months to figure it out noah stresses that three other goes satellites in orbit are healthy and meeting forecasting needs wants to in two thousand sixteen as the first in an eleven billion dollar effort to revolutionized forecasting goes sixteen monitors the atlantic and east coast goes seventeen the second of the series is intended to provide the same sophisticated coverage for the western us and pacific region thank you for listening to the ap radio network did you know that you can purchase prints of ap's photography for your personal or small business.

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JUUL Labs Announces Comprehensive Strategy to Combat Underage Vaping

24 Hour News

01:24 min | 3 years ago

JUUL Labs Announces Comprehensive Strategy to Combat Underage Vaping

"And police in connecticut arrested the man they say was trying to sell them from his home among the seven snakes found were good boone viper a forest cobra to gyp abandoned cobras and to monocled cobra they also found a couple of dead snakes a tree viper and a king cobra state environmental police on thursday charged twenty one year old cameron to francis with several counts of illegal possession of wild animals and reckless endangerment state officials got a search warrant after getting a tip from the us fish and wildlife service that differences was selling snakes online the maker of an e cigarette popular with teenagers says it'll spend thirty million in an effort to keep his products out of the hands of children jewel has made the decision after the fda question the design and marketing of the company's small sleek vaping devices the company said the initial investment fund research on vaping and the formation of an expert panel to combat underage use of jewel the company says it also support state and federal legislation to raise the minimum age for vaping products to twenty one federal law sets the age of eighteen though some states have higher requirements thank you for listening to the ap radio network hey did you know that he associated press produces news related books here's what's new enough coming i pat presidential dogs cats and other.

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Nixon, North Korea and Syria discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

02:08 min | 3 years ago

Nixon, North Korea and Syria discussed on 24 Hour News

"Ap radio network hey did you know that the associated press produces news related books the latest installment is i cut i that brings key moments in presidential pep district to life through the vast ap photo collection highlights include checkers the dog that was a focal point of nixon's nineteen fifty two checkers speech and the clintons beloved cat socks ipad is perfect for animal lovers and history buffs of all ages i cut is available on kindle look an ibooks ap radio news i'm ed donahue president trump use these words to describe north korean leader kim jong owen very open i think very honorable later at a joint news conference at the white house with french president macron the president talk about what he expects in proposed talks with north korea meetings are being set up and i wanna see de nuclearization of north korea a lot of concessions have already been made we have made no concession asked about the prospects of talks with yong chen pyongyang the president said we'll see maybe good things will happen and maybe we're all wasting a lot of time but hopefully it'll be good for everybody concerned the president said us troops will come home from syria but he wants to leave a strong and lasting footprint in the region he also had a warning for iran as they restart their if they restart their nuclear program if iran threatens us in any way they will pay a price like few countries have ever paid macron wants president trump to maintain the deal and president trump is undecided but has called the iran nuclear deal a terrible veal the confirmation hearing for president trump's pick to run the department of veterans affairs ronnie jackson is being postponed indefinitely there alligators about jackson's past behavior president trump was asked if jackson should step aside i really don't think personally he should do it but it's totally his i would stand behind him totally his decision investigators say faulty classroom design and failures in the police radio in nine one one systems contributed to the chaos and deaths during the deadly shooting at marjory stoneman douglas high school.

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New questions for Allegiant Air, FAA after "60 Minutes" investigation

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02:49 min | 3 years ago

New questions for Allegiant Air, FAA after "60 Minutes" investigation

"Serious safety questions about low cost air carrier allegiant have been raised in a tv news report but the ap's rita foley says the airline is defending itself the report on tv sixty minutes says that allegiant air had more than one hundred serious mechanical incidents in two thousand sixteen and twenty seventeen including mid air engine failures flight control malfunctions rapid descents and aborted takeoffs allegiant calls this a false narrative and points out that the faa has rigorous oversight of the airline it also says allegiant is involved in voluntary safety programs i'm rita foley an icy rain blew through boston where temperatures were in the thirties when the first runner set off but this year's boston marathon turned out to be a great day for american women ap correspondent ben thomas reports desert linden splashed across the finish line in two hours thirty nine minutes and fifty four seconds becoming the first american woman to win the boston marathon since nineteen eighty five the twotime olympian crossed the finish more than four minutes ahead of sarah sellers one of seven americans to finish in the top ten on the men's side japan's yuki chee one in an unofficial time of two hours fifteen minutes and fifty eight seconds in all thirty thousand runners braved the cold drenching rain and wind gusts up to thirty two miles per hour i'm ben thomas china and japan have resumed highlevel economic talks after a nearly eight year hiatus the japan china high level dialogue in tokyo on monday was seen as a sign of improving ties and the often frosty relationship the chinese side was led by foreign minister wang ye it marked the first visit by chinese foreign minister for bilateral talks since two thousand nine that's comes as president trump moves to impose tariffs on imports from china and japan and his demands that the two countries opened their markets more to american exports japanese prime minister shinzo abe's headed to the us on tuesday to meet with trump to discuss both trade and trump's plans for a summit with north korean leader kim jong hoon thank you for listening to the ap radio network did you know that you can purchase prints of ap's photography for your personal or small business trump's lawyer special prom date i'm.

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President Trump Has Signed an Executive Order Pushing Work Requirements in Return for Welfare

24 Hour News

02:15 min | 3 years ago

President Trump Has Signed an Executive Order Pushing Work Requirements in Return for Welfare

"A remote updates planned for the software on the european space agency's mars express probe to ensure it remains stable the probe arrived at mars in late two thousand three four two year mission but almost fifteen years later it's still operating the agencies has four of mars expresses six gyroscopes used to measure the probes rotation are failing which would end the mission in two thousand nineteen so engineers decided to rewrite the spacecraft's computer code so it can orient itself using pictures of surrounding stars most of the time the code was uploaded last sunday and a reboots planned for monday the un security council is deadlocked again on a response to suspected syrian chemical attacks ap correspondent mike rossier reports on the efforts defeated by the council to resolutions to determine responsibility for chemical weapons attacks in syria were defeated at the united nations yesterday one resolution was put forth by russia the other by the united states ambassador nikki haley blamed russia for blocking meaningful action by the international community history will record on this day russia chose protecting a monster over the lives of the syrian people syrian president bush our assads government continues to insist no chemical attack took place in douma just outside of damascus i mike rossier president trump wants work requirements for people on public welfare programs ap correspondent jackie quinn reports on the executive order he signed tuesday the president's order signed with no fanfare promotes commonsense reforms to reduce dependency on government programs gms it focuses on exploring new requirements for benefits like food stamps cash and housing assistance the administration's already allowing states to push medicaid recipients and those on the snap food program to work in some capacity and is looking to raise the age at which recipients would be exempt advocates say imposing strict work requirements on people who are already vulnerable could have dire consequences for them jackie quinn washington thank you for listening to the ap radio network did you know that you can purchase.

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House Oversight Committee reviewing Scott Pruitt condo agreement

24 Hour News

02:25 min | 3 years ago

House Oversight Committee reviewing Scott Pruitt condo agreement

"Mudslides are worrying parts of wine country burned october wildfire there's health officials in gaza say seven palestinians were killed during another border protests today and nearly three hundred wounded demonstrators burned tyres to try to block the view of israeli snipers you lieutenant colonel jonathan con rica's is with the israel defense forces not seeing demonstrators meaning about we're seeing an active organized riot spearheaded by a muscle protests trying to sabotage our infrastructure the white house says it's still reviewing ethics questions about epa chief scott pruitt but but press secretary sarah sanders says the president thinks that he's done a good job on the purpose of carrying out the goals of the epa pruitt made his case directly to the president at the white house today meanwhile the reports pruitt's concerns about his own safety diverted millions of dollars in agency funds to a twenty member fulltime security detail this is ap radio news with the weekend upon us are you able to truly leave work behind ap correspondent warren levinson has this to consider does the boss ever send you late night emails than pitch a fit when you don't answer at once under a proposed law taking shape in new york city that would be illegal the bills counsel sponsor raphael espinel says he was inspired by a law that took effect last year in france his would bar private employers from demanding workers return off our communications for non emergencies or face a fine of two hundred fifty dollars the proposal still faces a lot of hurdles in the city that claims never to sleep for instance both doctors and ad agencies have emergencies would the law treat them the same committee hearings are expected in june warren levinson new york the police department and troy michigan has a new recruit a cat it'll be used for therapeutic purposes and we'll make public appearances it was among five from the michigan humane society who got auditions i'm ben thomas ap radio news thank you for listening to the ap radio network for news on the go try the ap mobile app get breaking us international news from the world's most trusted news source plus stories from more than eight hundred local media companies choose to see the content of interest to most whether it's sports scores entertainment highlights global news or the latest from your hometown ap mobile is available in.

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