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03:42 min | 4 months ago

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"AP Washington Correspondent Soccer Madani For months, the president's talked about the nation uniting to beat the pandemic. But in his speech yesterday, he put the blame for rising cases directly on the quarter of eligible Americans, he says have refused to get the vaccine distinct minority of Americans supported by stink minority of elected officials are keeping us from turning the corner, saying pandemic politics are making people sick, causing unvaccinated people to die. The president. Says the nation's been patient with the unvaccinated. But that's wearing thin. SOCCER. Megane Washington As we prepare to mark the 20th anniversary of the 9 11 attacks and intelligence expert warns there may be more Al Qaeda style attack plots against the West. Now that the Taliban has taken over in Afghanistan, General Ken McCallum is the director of MI five. Britain's intelligence agency. Attorney General Merrick Garland has a warning about that new law in Texas that bans most abortions. He calls it a scheme to nullify the constitution if it prevails. It may become a model for action in other areas by other states. And with respect to other constitutional rights and judicial precedents, the Justice Department is suing Texas over the abortion law door Dash, Grubhub and Uber eats are suing New York City. Over a limit on fees it put in place during the pandemic. Inflation at the wholesale level climbed 8.3% last month from last year at this time, that's the biggest yearly increase since the Labor Department started calculating the number in 2010. This is a P news Now to the FDA and Jewel. AP correspondent Shelley Adler. The FDA has delayed a decision on e cigarettes from Vaping giant Jewel. Federal Health officials won't say yet whether to allow bestselling Vaping brand jewel to stay on the market. But they did order thousands of other electronic cigarettes off store shelves. The FDA says it rejected applications for nearly 950,000 flavored e cigarettes and related products May Due to their potential appeal to underage teens. Explaining there is more work to be done to complete their remaining reviews. The agency did not rule on Jewel, the most popular brand with adult smokers and many teens. I'm Shelley Antler. McDonald's will begin selling a vegan burger in the UK and Ireland this month developed with the producer Beyond Meat, the MC plant burger. No word on when it might be available in the U. S. I'm Rita Foley. AP News I Mike Rossi, a reporting of former Venezuelan spy master is arrested in Spain on US drug charges. Police in Spain have arrested General Hugo Carvajal, a former Venezuelan spymaster wanted on narcotics charges in the United States. The arrest in Madrid came nearly two years after Spain's high court issued an extradition order and Carvajal disappeared. Carbajal faces narcotics charges in New York and Florida over alleged ties to Colombian rebels known to control cocaine smuggling routes. Carvajal has denied any wrongdoing. I Mike Rossia Montana asked the court not to block new laws targeting abortion. Montana's Republican attorney general is asking a court not to block enforcement of several new abortion laws. Planned Parenthood filed a suit in the Yellowstone District court, claiming the laws would unconstitutionally restrict access to the procedure in the state. The laws are set to take effect October 1st. They would ban abortions after 20 weeks of gestation and restrict access to abortion pills. The state is represented by.

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04:03 min | 4 months ago

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"Americans. AP Washington Correspondent Soccer Madani For months, the president's talked about the nation uniting to beat the pandemic. But in his speech yesterday, he put the blame for rising cases directly on the quarter of eligible Americans, he says, have refused to get the vaccine distinct minority of Americans. Supported by stink minority of elected officials are keeping us from turning the corner, saying pandemic politics are making people sick, causing unvaccinated people to die. The president says the nation's been patient with the unvaccinated, but that's wearing thin. Sagar Megane Washington As we prepare to mark the 20th anniversary of the 9 11 attacks, an intelligence expert warns there may be more Al Qaeda style attack plots against the West. Now that the Taliban has taken over in Afghanistan, General Ken McCallum is the director of MI five. Britain's intelligence agency. Attorney General Merrick Garland has a warning about that new law in Texas that bans most abortions. He calls it a scheme to nullify the constitution if it prevails. It may become a model for action in other areas by other states. And with respect to other constitutional rights and judicial precedents, the Justice Department is suing Texas over the abortion law door Dash, Grubhub and uber eats are suing New York City over a limit on fees it put in place during the pandemic. Inflation at the wholesale level climbed 8.3% last month from last year at this time, that's the biggest yearly increase since the Labor Department started calculating the number in 2010. This is a P news Now to the FDA and Jewel. AP correspondent Shelley Adler. The FDA has delayed a decision on e cigarettes from Vaping giant Jewel. Federal Health officials won't say yet whether to allow bestselling Vaping brand jewel to stay on the market. But they did order thousands of other electronic cigarettes off store shelves. The FDA says it rejected applications for nearly 950,000 flavored e cigarettes and related products. Mainly due to their potential appeal to underage teens. Explaining there is more work to be done to complete their remaining reviews. The agency did not rule on Jewel, the most popular brand with adult smokers and many teens. I'm Shelley Adler, McDonald's will begin selling a vegan burger in the UK and Ireland this month developed with the producer Beyond Meat, the MC plant burger. No word on when it might be available in the U. S. I'm Rita Foley. AP News I Mike Rossi, a reporting of former Venezuelan spy master is arrested in Spain on US drug charges. Police in Spain have arrested General Hugo Carvajal, a former Venezuelan spymaster wanted on narcotics charges in the United States. The arrest in Madrid came nearly two years after Spain's high court issued an extradition order and Carvajal disappeared. Carvajal faces narcotics charges in New York and Florida over alleged ties to Colombian rebels known to control cocaine smuggling routes. Carvajal has denied any wrongdoing. I'm Mike Rossia Montana asked the court not to block new laws targeting abortion. Montana's Republican attorney general is asking a court not to block enforcement of several new abortion laws. Planned Parenthood filed a suit in the Yellowstone District court, claiming the laws would unconstitutionally restrict access to the procedure in the state. The laws are said to take effect October 1st. They would ban abortions after 20 weeks of gestation and restrict access to abortion pills. The state is represented by the alliance Defending Freedom, a conservative Christian legal group. I'm Walter Ratliff. This week at Macy's. We're setting our sights on fall with an extra 15 to 20% off this season's hottest trends with your coupon or Macy's card, check out bold new color palettes and total pieces from Calvin Klein and more fresh looks.

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01:32 min | 1 year ago

"ap washington" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"By AP's Washington bureau chief Julie pace ground game discusses election strategy with newsmakers all through primary season download it wherever you get your podcasts seven twenty three time for traffic and weather together super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes now Mike is a little bit foggy out there but I don't see any major problems yeah I got my fingers crossed Nicole here despite the foggy conditions things are quiet on the highways take for instance the expressway it's wide open leaving the tunnel all the way to the Braintree split ten or eleven minutes top to bottom plus the HOV lane is back in use that certainly helps the northbound side fine no worries coming in all route three south bound wide open along the south shore you'll make good time from Weymouth down to Kingston had reached twenty four ninety five south are both good really all the way to do it to the not New Hampshire the Rhode Island line up to the north one twenty eight's good about thirty minutes from the pike up to route one in Peabody had a steady ride continues Ruwan into Danvers in Topsfield routes three and ninety three north are good up to the New Hampshire line the mass turnpike westbound he's clear I'll pass for ninety five into Milbury into Auburn and it's pretty quiet downtown as well if you're coming in you can use the lower deck of ninety three the Tobin bridge invalid even stroke Dr looking good coming in fast the Longfellow bridge miking for WBZ's traffic on the threes right right now to the four day WBZ accu weather forecast it'll be a fair amount of clouds into tonight's we'll see a low around sixty four on average tomorrow will be a more humid day with the gusty breeze.

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02:55 min | 1 year ago

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"AP news I'm Jim Maguire president trump calls on governors to work to reopen schools despite some of his top medical people advising against that Jackie Quinn has more president trump has been urging governors to reopen businesses and schools tend very little impact on young people but that's not certain yet with the serious inflammatory syndrome appearing in some children which doctors believe it is linked to covert nineteen trump suggested students based risks every day going to school well something happened perhaps but you know you can be driving to school in some bad things can happen to trump also criticized his own task force advisor Dr Anthony Fauci who's cautioned against moving too quickly in sending students back to class he wants to play all sides of the equation he's called back to his remarks to the Senate unacceptable Jackie Quinn Washington federal reserve board chairman Jerome Powell says Congress and the White House have to spend a lot of money in order to lessen the impact of the recession caused by the corona virus pandemic additional fiscal support could be costly but worth it if it helps avoid long term damage and leaves us with a stronger recovery president trump accuses the FBI and others of faking charges against Michael Flynn a campaign adviser who was later fired as national security adviser for lying about his contacts with the Russian ambassador to the U. S. with all the stuff I'm hearing about lying the FBI said he would like but the sleaze bag said well we don't care what he should do what they say wishing you luck okay but the appeal you remember when they left they should heed in line what they've done to that man or that family is a disgrace trump also slammed the Obama administration for unmasking Flynn's contact with the ambassador and while the president pays to practice as sinister his administration has used it more frequently than Obama's this is a P. news a former top researcher with health and Human Services who objected to how the trump administration has handled the corona virus pandemic testifies tomorrow before Congress AP Washington correspondent soccer Madani has more Dr Rick bright says unless the government moves decisively to prevent the virus rebound America is looking at the darkest winter in modern history in prepared testimony bright will tell a house panel tomorrow he fears unprecedented illness and death unless the nation develops a national coordinated response rooted in science listing and national testing strategy among other things the White House has urged states to take the lead on testing a federal watchdog agency has found reasonable grounds that bright was removed from heading the biomedical advanced research and development authority for sounding the alarm about the nation's virus preparedness Sager mag ani Washington I'm Jim acquire AP news.

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AP News

02:55 min | 1 year ago

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"AP news I'm Jim Maguire president trump calls on governors to work to reopen schools despite some of his top medical people advising against that Jackie Quinn has more president trump has been urging governors to reopen businesses and schools tend very little impact on young people but that's not certain yet with the serious inflammatory syndrome appearing in some children which doctors believe it is linked to covert nineteen trump suggested students based risks every day going to school well something happened perhaps but you know you can be driving to school in some bad things can happen to trump also criticized his own task force advisor Dr Anthony Fauci who's cautioned against moving too quickly in sending students back to class he wants to play all sides of the equation he's called back to his remarks to the Senate unacceptable Jackie Quinn Washington federal reserve board chairman Jerome Powell says Congress and the White House have to spend a lot of money in order to lessen the impact of the recession caused by the corona virus pandemic additional fiscal support could be costly but worth it if it helps avoid long term damage and leaves us with a stronger recovery president trump accuses the FBI and others of faking charges against Michael Flynn a campaign adviser who was later fired as national security adviser for lying about his contacts with the Russian ambassador to the U. S. with all the stuff I'm hearing about lying the FBI says a lot but the sleaze bag said well we don't care what he should do what they say wishing you luck okay but the appeal you remember when they left they said he didn't live what they've done to that man in that family is a disgrace trump also slammed the Obama administration for unmasking Flynn's contact with the ambassador and while the president pains to practice as sinister his administration has used it more frequently than Obama's this is a P. news a former top researcher with health and Human Services who objected to how the trump administration has handled the corona virus pandemic testifies tomorrow before Congress AP Washington correspondent soccer Madani has more Dr Rick bright says unless the government moves decisively to prevent the virus rebound America is looking at the darkest winter in modern history in prepared testimony bright will tell a house panel tomorrow he fears unprecedented illness and death unless the nation develops a national coordinated response rooted in science listing and national testing strategy among other things the White House as urges states to take the lead on testing a federal watchdog agency has found reasonable grounds that bright was removed from heading the biomedical advanced research and development authority for sounding the alarm about the nation's virus preparedness Sager make ani Washington I'm Jim acquire AP news.

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02:55 min | 1 year ago

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"AP news I'm Jim Maguire president trump calls on governors to work to reopen schools despite some of his top medical people advising against that Jackie Quinn has more president trump has been urging governors to reopen businesses and schools tend very little impact on young people but that's not certain yet with the serious inflammatory syndrome appearing in some children which doctors believe is linked to covert nineteen trump suggested students based risks every day going to school well something happened perhaps but you know you can be driving to school in some bad things can happen to trump also criticized his own task force advisor Dr Anthony Fauci who's cautioned against moving too quickly in sending students back to class he wants to play all sides of the equation he's called back to his remarks to the Senate unacceptable Jackie Quinn Washington federal reserve board chairman Jerome Powell says Congress and the White House have to spend a lot of money in order to lessen the impact of the recession caused by the corona virus pandemic additional fiscal support could be costly but worth it if it helps avoid long term damage and leaves us with a stronger recovery president trump accuses the FBI and others of faking charges against Michael Flynn a campaign adviser who was later fired as national security adviser for lying about his contacts with the Russian ambassador to the U. S. with all the stuff I'm hearing about lying the FBI said he would like but the sleaze bag said well we don't care what he should do what they say wishing you luck okay but the appeal you remember when they left they said he didn't live what they've done to that man in that family is a disgrace trump also slammed the Obama administration for unmasking Flynn's contact with the ambassador and while the president pays to practice as sinister his administration has used it more frequently than Obama's this is a P. news a former top researcher with health and Human Services who objected to how the trump administration has handled the corona virus pandemic testifies tomorrow before Congress AP Washington correspondent soccer Madani has more Dr Rick bright says unless the government moves decisively to prevent the virus rebound America is looking at the darkest winter in modern history in prepared testimony bright will tell a house panel tomorrow he fears unprecedented illness and death unless the nation develops a national coordinated response rooted in science listing and national testing strategy among other things the White House has urged states to take the lead on testing a federal watchdog agency has found reasonable grounds that bright was removed from heading the biomedical advanced research and development authority for sounding the alarm about the nation's virus preparedness Sager mag ani Washington I'm Jim acquire AP news.

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04:53 min | 1 year ago

"ap washington" Discussed on AP News

"Jim Maguire president trump calls on governors to work to reopen schools despite some of his top medical people advising against that Jackie Quinn has more president trump has been urging governors to reopen businesses and schools tend very little impact on young people but that's not certain yet with the serious inflammatory syndrome appearing in some children which doctors believe is linked to covert nineteen trump suggested students based risks every day going to school well something happened perhaps but you know you can be driving to school in some bad things can happen to trump also criticized his own task force advisor Dr Anthony Fauci who's cautioned against moving too quickly in sending students back to class he wants to play all sides of the equation he's called back to his remarks to the Senate unacceptable Jackie Quinn Washington federal reserve board chairman Jerome Powell says Congress and the White House have to spend a lot of money in order to lessen the impact of the recession caused by the corona virus pandemic additional fiscal support could be costly but worth it if it helps avoid long term damage and leaves us with a stronger recovery president trump accuses the FBI and others of faking charges against Michael Flynn a campaign adviser who was later fired as national security adviser for lying about his contacts with the Russian ambassador to the U. S. with all the stuff I'm hearing about lying the FBI said he would like but the sleaze bag said well we don't care what he should do what they say wishing you luck okay but the appeal you remember when they left they said he did not what they've done to that man in that family is a disgrace trump also slammed the Obama administration for unmasking Flynn's contact with the ambassador and while the president pains to practice as sinister his administration has used it more frequently than Obama's this is a P. news a former top researcher with health and Human Services who objected to how the trump administration has handled the corona virus pandemic testifies tomorrow before Congress AP Washington correspondent soccer Madani has more Dr Rick bright says unless the government moves decisively to prevent the virus rebound America is looking at the darkest winter in modern history in prepared testimony bright will tell a house panel tomorrow he fears unprecedented illness and death unless the nation develops a national coordinated response rooted in science listing and national testing strategy among other things the White House as urges states to take the lead on testing a federal watchdog agency has found reasonable grounds that bright was removed from heading the biomedical advanced research and development authority for sounding the alarm about the nation's virus preparedness Sager mag ani Washington I'm Jim acquire AP news president trump says it's time to start re opening the nation's schools saying the country won't really be back in business until kids are back in the classroom president trump in continuing his push for virus restrictions to be lifted is calling on governors to take steps to reopen schools blasting his own infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci who cautioned that moving too quickly could backfire to me it's not an acceptable answer especially when it comes to school is the only thing that would be acceptable as I said these professors teachers inside trip over a certain age I think they ought to take it easy for another few weeks trumpet knowledge is there is a risk in sending kids back to school but suggests that risk is low these young people these are students young students are in great shape in New York three children have died and more than eighty have developed a mysterious inflammatory condition that affects blood vessels and organs which could be linked to to cope with nineteen Jackie Quinn Washington president trump is publicly criticizing the top infectious disease expert for urging communities to be cautious about re opening schools president trump has been urging governors to reopen businesses and schools tend very little impact on young people but that's not certain yet with the serious inflammatory syndrome appearing in some children which doctors believe is linked to covert nineteen trump suggested students based risks every day going to school well something happened perhaps but you know you can be driving to school in some bad things can happen to trump also criticized his own task force advisor Dr Anthony Fauci who's cautioned against moving too quickly in sending students back to class he wants to play all sides of the equation he's called back to his remarks to the Senate unacceptable Jackie Quinn Washington thank you for listening to the AP radio network Hey did you know that you associated press produces news related books here's what's new.

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"ap washington" Discussed on AP News

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02:57 min | 1 year ago

"ap washington" Discussed on AP News

"AP news I'm Jim Maguire president trump calls on governors to work to reopen schools despite some of his top medical people advising against that Jackie Quinn has more president trump has been urging governors to reopen businesses and schools very little impact on young people but that's not certain yet with the serious inflammatory syndrome appearing in some children which doctors believe it is linked to covert nineteen trump suggested students based risks every day going to school well something happened perhaps but you know you can be driving to school in some bad things can happen to trump also criticized his own task force advisor Dr Anthony Fauci who's cautioned against moving too quickly in sending students back to class he wants to play all sides of the equation he's called back to his remarks to the Senate unacceptable Jackie Quinn Washington federal reserve board chairman Jerome Powell says Congress and the White House have to spend a lot of money in order to lessen the impact of the recession caused by the corona virus pandemic additional fiscal support could be costly but worth it if it helps avoid long term damage and leaves us with a stronger recovery president trump accuses the FBI and others of faking charges against Michael Flynn a campaign adviser who was later fired as national security adviser for lying about his contacts with the Russian ambassador to the U. S. with all the stuff I'm hearing about lying the FBI should have a life but the sleaze bag said well we don't care what he should do what they say wishing you luck okay but the appeal you remember when they left they said he didn't live what they've done to that man in that family is a disgrace trump also slammed the Obama administration for unmasking Flynn's contact with the ambassador and while the president pains to practice as sinister his administration has used it more frequently than Obama's this is a P. news a former top researcher with health and Human Services who objected to how the trump administration has handled the corona virus pandemic testifies tomorrow before Congress AP Washington correspondent soccer Madani has more Dr Rick bright says unless the government moves decisively to prevent the virus rebound America is looking at the darkest winter in modern history in prepared testimony bright will tell a house panel tomorrow he fears unprecedented illness and death unless the nation develops a national coordinated response rooted in science listing and national testing strategy among other things the White House has urged states to take the lead on testing a federal watchdog agency has found reasonable grounds that bright was removed from heading the biomedical advanced research and development authority for sounding the alarm about the nation's virus preparedness Sager mag ani Washington I'm Jim acquire AP news thank.

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AP News

02:26 min | 1 year ago

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"AP Washington correspondent soccer Madani has more what really do we have to lose the president says hydroxy caloric win is worth a shot citing small preliminary studies suggesting it may help prevent the virus from entering cells I'm not a doctor but I have common sense but Tony Fauci he said he is worried about recommending the drug based only on unscientific anecdotal findings that set off a heated White House meeting Saturday for a source says trump trade adviser Peter Navarro blew up at Sauchie without she repeatedly saying more testing is needed to see if the drugs actually safe for covert nineteen patients Navarro who has no formal medical training said on CNN this morning I have two words for you second opinion Sager make ani Washington New York remains the hardest hit city and state governor Andrew Cuomo says another one hundred fifty nine people died overnight raising the state's death toll to more than forty seven hundred people he notes however there are some encouraging signs total number of hospitalizations or down the ICU admissions are down and the daily integrations are down those are all good signs and again would suggest a possible flattening of the curve in Washington Surgeon General Jerome Adams offers a stark warning about the surge of corona virus test he told fox news Sunday that the next week or so quote is going to be our Pearl Harbor moment R. nine eleven moment or the ninety six hundred people have died in the United States and the country leads the world a confirmed infections have more than three hundred thirty seven thousand Johns Hopkins University says nearly eighteen thousand people have recovered from the virus in this country this is a P. news Wisconsin is moving ahead with plans to hold in person voting for its presidential primary and spring election tomorrow National Guard members plan to help staff the polls even as the Supreme Court is considering whether to intervene democratic governor Tony Evers originally pushed for the election to proceed as planned but last Friday he changed course and as a Republican controlled legislature to extend absentee voting until may nineteen and have it all done by mail Republicans refused lady Gaga global citizen of raised thirty five million to fight the corona virus and they're going.

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White House says it won't cooperate with impeachment inquiry

AP 24 Hour News

01:05 min | 2 years ago

White House says it won't cooperate with impeachment inquiry

"The tails white houses sent a letter to house speaker Nancy Pelosi and three house chairman saying the administration will not participate in the ongoing impeachment inquiry in the letter that's a Bologna counsel to the president says the impeachment inquiry lacks any legitimate constitutional foundation along with below sea recipients were oversight and reform committee chairman ally should Cummings foreign affairs committee chairman Eliot Engel and intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff the letter says house Democrats are pursuing purely partisan goals and violating the constitution Mike Rossio Washington earlier house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff blast of the administration after the US ambassador to the European Union Gordon psalm one was kept from a private deposition before the committees heading the Enquirer the interamerican people have the right to know if the president is acting in their interests AP Washington bureau chief Julie pace reports a trump administration strategy is clear just say no to everything that the hill is asking for this is a president who sees this as a completely politically motivated investigation he has little desire to

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01:37 min | 2 years ago

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"AP Washington correspondent saga megani? The president says, of course, he'd look at the information because if you don't look at it, you're not gonna know of its bad. How are you gonna know of its bad earlier this week? He told ABC news he would not necessarily tell law enforcement this morning on FOX and friends. But of course you give it to the FBI or reported to the attorney general, or somebody like that Democrats had blasted the president's earlier comments, saying he was all but inviting more election interference next year. Saga megani, Washington and more. Democratic presidential candidates are citing the issue as they call for congress to start impeachment proceedings against the president Senator Amy klobuchar New York, mayor Bill de Blasio are the latest in that FOX and friends interview this morning. President Trump also weighed in on a federal watchdog report that calls for him to fire White House, counselor. Kellyanne Conway for repeatedly violating an act that limits political activity by government workers. It looks to me like they're trying to take away her right of free speech and that's just not fair. And he says he won't be firing Conway Americans are spending at a healthy pace. AP correspondent Mike in report. The Commerce Department says retail sales increased a half a percent last month a sign that recent concerns about cautious consumers slowing economic growth may have been overdone measures of consumer confidence, which stumbled this spring amid the ongoing U S, China trade war have returned to nearly nineteen year, highs consumer spending now is increased three straight months. And with unemployment at a five decade, low and wage gains easily outpacing inflation, consumer spending.

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Trump, first lady to head to U.K. to meet with queen

AP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Trump, first lady to head to U.K. to meet with queen

"President Trump will visit Britain this summer is AP Washington. Correspondent saga megani reports. He'll be a guest of Queen. Elizabeth unlike last summer strict to the UK this will be a state. Visit one that typically features Royal pomp, both the White House and Buckingham Palace say the president and first lady accepted the queen's invitation to visit in early June both there and in France the president's expected to attend ceremonies marking d days seventy fifth anniversary. The White House says he'll visit the American cemetery in

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AP News

01:44 min | 3 years ago

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"AP Washington. Correspondent saga megani reports. It's getting some unsolicited advice from the White House. President Trump says no product has suffered like this one. If he ran Boeing he tweets he would fix the plane had some great features and then rebranded with a new name. Yep. Sarcastically. What the hell do I know of branding? Maybe nothing, but I did become president. He's known for slapping, his name on hotels, golf courses and two buildings. And also ran a short lived airline, which he named Trump shuttle saga megani? Washington. Prince Harry and Meghan the duchess of suspects may be keeping plans about their impending baby under wraps, but AP correspondent Zaria shaklee reports that hasn't stopped everyone in Britain from trying to guess the gender and the name of their first child if pretends book make as are to be believed. It's definitely a gal and Diana may will be one of many names the William Hill agency closed betting on the baby's gender. A few days ago often avalanche of bets poured in from people convinced the Royal couple is having a gal the secrets out as far as we are concerned farm spokesman Rupe had Adams said well Adams acknowledged there's always a chance to such was based on nothing. He said average betting patents over the as suggests there's usually some truth in rumors Syria. Shaklee London a bunch of new offerings in the nation's theaters couldn't shake Suzanne from nabbing the top spot for the second straight week. AP's? Ben Thomas has look. At the weekend box office results. Zam sure is for real at the box office. Earning more than twenty five.

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AP News

02:21 min | 3 years ago

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"Singapore has seized more than twenty eight tonnes of pangolin scales. Over the past week. That's a global record that spurred calls for more protections for the animals, the scales were found in shipping containers and have been linked to four species of pangolins native to Africa officials found a record fourteen point two tonnes of the scales. Hidden among packets of frozen beef on April third five days later, they found fourteen more tons in four hundred seventy four bags in another container. The National Parks Board Singapore customs and the immigration and checkpoints thirty said in a statement Wednesday that the cargo was declared as Cassius seats both shipments were en route from Nigeria to Vietnam. The pangolin is said to be the most widely traffic mammal in the world, and it scales are in high demand in Asia for use in traditional Chinese medicine. A redacted version of the special counsels? Russia reports expected to be released within a week, according to attorney general William bar, but as AP Washington correspondent saga megani reports. Democrats aren't hopeful it'll have everything they want to know Barr says he's working to strip. The report of grand jury and other sensitive information tried to assure Democrats, he'll explain just what was taken out. We will color code the excisions from the report, the Democrats, like Senate, minority leader Chuck Schumer want the whole thing not aversion with bars filter color me dubious that he's going to be fair unless he proves otherwise Senate GOP Mitch McConnell says bar will provide what is legally allowed question whether you trust Bill bar not and do saga megani at the White House. It seems there aren't many buyers out there for a plane that's been part of two recent deadly crashes AP's Ben Thomas reports orders for Boeing seven thirty-seven. Max jets. I have taken a big hit in the first quarter of last year. Boeing took one hundred twenty two orders for it's seven thirty seven including one hundred and twelve for the max the latest version, but in the first three months of this year, it took just twenty nine net orders for the seven three seven and only ten for the max into March. None the seven thirty seven has been Boeing's bestselling plane, but that was before a deadly crash of a line Airmax eight in Indonesia last October, followed by a similar crash of any THEO pian airlines, Maxine last month regulators around the world have since grounded the planes as Boeing works to fix.

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03:23 min | 3 years ago

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"Digital news network variations of deadly opioids making their way into the US have lead to big changes in China where the drugs are originating AP's met small reports China says it will now start regulating all related drugs as a class of controlled substances. US officials have pointed to China is the main source of synthetic opioids shipped into the country directly by mail or transported via Mexico acclaimed shunned denies now in. Sweeping policy shift. US officials have long pushed for and due to take effect. May I China will begin regulating all know related drugs is a class of controlled substances. A Chinese official says the move should block the loopholes by which drugmakers created new variants of opioids faster than they could be banned. Matt small Washington. As he decides whether to join the already crowded twenty twenty presidential race AP Washington correspondent saga megani reports Joe Biden's defending himself against an allegation of misbehavior toward a female, Nevada politician in two thousand fourteen democrat Lucy Florez has bided made her uncomfortable by kissing her on the head at a rally Biden says he doesn't believe he's ever acted inappropriately toward women. But will listen respectfully, two suggestions? He did some twenty twenty candidates like Senator Amy klobuchar on ABC's this week say bided will address this further. That's what he will have to do with the voters if he gets into the race. The White House is on the attack. If anybody just types in creepy uncle, Joe videos, you come up with a treasure. Trove Trump counselor Kellyanne Conway telling Fox News Sunday Biden has a big problem and should consider apologizing to Florence saga megani. At the White House. The answer has been named entertainer of the year at the fiftieth annual NWC p image awards ceremony that highlighted works by entertainers and writers of color after accepting the award the superstar paid homage to the people who were nominated in the same category is her she beat out Los Angeles Lakers superstar, LeBron James, Regina, king Chadwick, bozeman and director Ryan Kugler her husband rapper Jay z received the president's award for his public, service, achievements superhero film. Black Panther was awarded Beth motion picture, and it also won in several other categories. Concerns about blocking the border. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. Some economists and politicians are expressing concern about President Trump's threat to shut down the border with Mexico to stop illegal immigration US. Shaeber of commerce says the US and Mexico trade about one point seven billion dollars in goods daily closing the border would be debacle in threaten five million American jobs our saga megani? Reporting in MandA, North Dakota police are working to identify a suspect in the killings of four people at a property management company. Police chief Jason Ziegler says they're reviewing potential clue. There was multiple serious security cameras. We are working on that stuff. Right now. He calls it an isolated incident. Former vice president Joe Biden pushing back against claims, he's touched women a little too affectionately and one supporter. Stephanie carter. The wife of ash Carter says Biden was very reassuring. I'm Jacky Quin. AP digital news back in a moment..

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Close Advisers Try to Steer Trump Away from Issuing Pardons

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Close Advisers Try to Steer Trump Away from Issuing Pardons

"Fresh speculation President Trump might pardon some of those charged in the Russia probe now that the special counsel's investigation is over. But as AP Washington correspondent saga megani reports. Advisors and allies are warning him. Not to go the president himself last night was not going there. I don't want to talk about pardons now, but I can say it's it's it's so sad on so many levels telling Fox News channel's Hannity, former national security advisor, Mike Flynn, and others were trapped in a scam. He's talked about giving pardons before and some conservative advocates are urging him to grant them. But his lawyer say there are no active talks and allies like Senator Lindsey Graham want him to steer clear of creating a political mess. President Trump pardoned anybody in his orbited would it would not

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EPA Administrator: Clean drinking water a bigger global threat than climate change

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EPA Administrator: Clean drinking water a bigger global threat than climate change

"Climate. Change is not the world's biggest environmental threat. According to the US environmental protection. Agency's new chief is AP Washington. Correspondent saga megani reports. Enter Wheeler says the biggest threat globally, MS probably unsafe drinking water, you tell CBS news climate change is an important issue. But it's unreasonable for democratic presidential candidates. Do focus so much on it because he says most of the threats climate change poses are fifty to seventy five years out climate. Scientists though say global warming needs immediate action. The UN says now is the defining moment to do something about

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Records show FBI began investigating Michael Cohen in 2017

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Records show FBI began investigating Michael Cohen in 2017

"FBI records about the rate on former Trump lawyer, Michael Cohen's office have been made public AP Washington. Correspondent saga megani reports. The show the agency was on his trail long before the rate a heavily redacted version of the search warrant gives new details about. The federal probe of Cohen's business dealings and the two raids in April twenty eighteen it shows the Cohen investigation started in July twenty seventeen much earlier than previously known the rates for the first public signs of a criminal probe that has threatened the Trump presidency agencies more than four million electronic and paper files and Cohen has since pleaded guilty to tax evasion and making hush money payments to two women who claim to fares with Trump a judge order the redacted warrant beaver leased after news outlets, including the AP asked that it be made

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House Democrats expand Russia probe, seeking more documents

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House Democrats expand Russia probe, seeking more documents

"House. Democrats are set to expand the Russia probe as AP Washington. Correspondent saga megani reports. There's thinking documents as part of investigations into what they say our President Trump's corruption and other wrongdoing. Do you think the president struck Justice? Yes, I do House Judiciary committee chair Jerry Nadler tells ABC's this week it's very clear and his committee wants documents from the president's administration, family and businesses over sixty entities people etcetera, including Donald Trump JR. Junior Nadler says this is not about removing the president from office impeachment is a long way down the road. Top House Republican Kevin McCarthy says there shouldn't even be a road show me where the president did anything to be impeach. Tele Gabi, see Democrats are prejudging the president based purely on partisan

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03:19 min | 3 years ago

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"Music app today to South Koreans were arrested after trying to smuggle about two hundred fifty two thousand live eels out of Croatia. Police say the pair ages thirty eight and forty seven were caught with the fish packed in eight cases at grabs international airport. Their names weren't given. They were arrested because European eels are a protected species. Croatian media say their market value is estimated at two hundred four thousand dollars. Heels are commonly used in Korean Chinese and Japanese cuisine and the dishes are popular but can be expensive Croatian. Authorities said Thursday the to face charges of destroying protected natural goods, they could end up in jail. If convicted a Mars Rover being built in Britain has been named after British DNA, scientists Rosalind Franklin the exit Mars mission will search for evidence of life on Mars. It'll be launched. Next year. The name was chosen by a panel of experts from a list of thirty six thousand choices submitted to them. Franklin was an English scientist best known for groundbreaking work on the molecular structure of DNA. The mission is a joint project between the European and Russian space agencies with Democrats reeling in Virginia AP, Washington. Correspondent saga megani reports. President Trump is weighing in on the political turmoil. There the president says Democrats are killing Virginia. But the response to the scandal is politically biased tweeting if the three politicians involved were Republicans there would be far stronger action. Democrats made big gains in Virginia in two thousand seventeen in part because of a Trump backlash after voting for a Hillary Clinton a year earlier the president's predicting the state will come back home Republican next year. Saga megani at the White House. Trump taxes, I'm Tim Maguire within AP news minute house. Democrats consider proposals to. Impel presidents and presidential candidates to make public their tax returns. House. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says they want to see President Trump's taxes. I think overwhelmingly the public wants to see the president's tax returns acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker will appear before the House Judiciary committee tomorrow as scheduled committee, chairman, New York Democrat Jerrold Nadler says the panel will not issue a subpoena for Whitaker who had earlier agreed to appear voluntarily Virginia's democratic senators and seven congressional Democrats in a joint statement, repeat their call for governor. Ralph Northam to resign. They also expressed disappointment with attorney general Mark herring over his black face scandal and asked for investigation into the sexual assault allegations made against Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax, but it did not ask for their resignations. I'm Tim Maguire. More news right after this with Amazon music of voices. All you need. Alexa, play Whitney Houston on Amazon music. Okay. Get access to over fifty million songs. Download the Amazon music.

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Flights snarled at U.S. East Coast airports as controllers call in sick

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Flights snarled at U.S. East Coast airports as controllers call in sick

"Five weeks old Warren Levinson, New York. Hundreds of thousands of federal workers are missing another paycheck AP Washington. Correspondent saga megani? Reports on how one of the Trump cabinets wealthiest members is facing criticism for being out of touch about the impact in a CNBC interview commerce secretary Wilbur Ross said he knows some unpaid federal employees are going to food banks. I don't really quite understand. Why wondering why they don't take out loans? Instead, the people might have to pay a little bit of interest. But the idea that is paid. Check or zero is not a really valid idea. Democrats are calling it tone deaf, and pointing to the president's owner barks about unpaid workers earlier this month, they'll make adjustments the president's often said without citing evidence that furloughed workers support his border wall push. Even if it means they don't get paid saga megani? At the White House.

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02:15 min | 3 years ago

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"As the nation's longest government shutdown continues AP Washington correspondent saga megani? Reports. Pressures growing President Trump to find a resolution it's coming from two places. The capital where house speaker Nancy Pelosi is calling on the president to delay. His state of the union address over security concerns and from his own economic advisers who say the shutdown straining the economy more than predicted the president yesterday showed no signs of backing off his demand for border wall money telling supporters were going to stay out for a long time. If we have to some senators are again pushing for him to back a short term Bill to reopen the government for three weeks at allow time for negotiations. He rejected the idea earlier this week saga megani at the White House. Immigration hearings have been canceled across the country because of the partial government shutdown AP's. Jackie Quinn reports. What immigration lawyer notes? It's ironic that the process has stalled attorney Hans Meyer in Denver says the partial government shutdown has led to the cancellation of thousands of non detention immigration hearings. People who are trying to take the legal steps they need to become citizens following the law trying to get their day in court. So they can get a decision to either grant than their status or maintain the status and they can't get their day in court, which is immensely frustrating. Because in some cases, eligibility might be an issue if we wait to researchers at Syracuse university are estimating nearly seventy thousand immigration cases, have to be postponed. I'm Jacky Quin. Japan's is facing new risks because of its declining population, according to Bank of Japan governor, how were he co Kuroda? He's told fellow financial leaders policies must be created to prevent the shrinking population from hindering economic growth Coronas flooded, Japan's academy with cash through central Bank asset purchases since taking his post in two thousand thirteen to help fight deflation and keep the economy growing. He told the seminar that while conventional strategy of controlling short-term interest rates as well understood the unconventional methods. The Bank of Japan has adopted can have unexpected consequences crow does that one of the potential pitfalls could be banks used cheap credit to seek higher..

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"ap washington" Discussed on AP News

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01:43 min | 3 years ago

"ap washington" Discussed on AP News

"Britain's parliament has approved a law that will make it legal to covertly photograph under people's clothes. He carries a maximum penalty of two years in prison. The campaign to ban up skirting was led by a woman who discovered the practice wasn't an offense, and which has grown more common with the spread of small cell phone cameras genome molten chase down a man who had placed a phone between her legs and taken a picture while she was at a crowded music festival in London's Hyde Park in two thousand seventeen she tweeted Wednesday, we the law, and we won the law will take effect when it is approved by Queen. Elizabeth the second the formality known as Royal assent that is needed to complete the legislative process as the nation's longest government shutdown continues AP Washington correspondent saga megani? Reports. Pressures growing on President Trump to find a resolution it's coming from two places the capital where house speaker Nancy Pelosi is calling. The president to delay his state of the union address over security concerns and from his own economic advisers who say the shutdown straining the economy more than predicted the president yesterday showed no signs of backing off his demand for border wall money telling supporters were going to stay out for a long time. If we have to some senators are again pushing for him to back a short term Bill to reopen the government for three weeks at allow time for negotiations. He rejected the idea earlier this week saga megani? At the White House. Super bowl. Organizers Luke to one of Atlanta's variant shutdown AP's, Matt small reports TSA officers air, traffic, controllers and safety inspectors. He'd no end in sight as they continue to work without pay..

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Pelosi asks Trump to postpone State of the Union

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Pelosi asks Trump to postpone State of the Union

"Eight nineteen as the nation's longest government shutdown continues AP Washington correspondent saga megani? Reports. Pressures growing on President Trump to find a resolution it's coming from two places. The capital where house speaker Nancy Pelosi is calling on the president to delay. His state of the union address over security concerns and from his own economic advisers who say the shutdown straining the economy more than predicted the president yesterday showed no signs of. Backing off his demand for border wall money telling supporters were going to stay out for a long time. If we have to some senators are again pushing for him to back a short term Bill to reopen the government for three weeks at allow time for negotiations. He rejected the idea earlier

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02:53 min | 3 years ago

"ap washington" Discussed on AP News

"A bombing in Syria has killed several American troops AP Washington. Correspondent saga megani? Reports. It comes as the US begins a military withdrawal from the country. The military says the troops were on a routine patrol in man bitch, a bomb went off nearby. It is not saying how many troops were killed. The attack comes weeks after President Trump card aids at allies off guard by announcing the US will pull out of Syria Islamic state militants. Are claiming responsibility for the attack. And while that could not be independently verified it calls into question. The president's claim that the militants had been defeated in Syria. Something vice President Mike Pence repeated shortly after the bombing the caliphate has crumbled Pence defended the move to pull out though, critics say it's premature saga megani at the White House. The partial government shutdowns in its fourth week with no resolution in sight AP Washington. Correspondent saga megani? Says the White House tried a new negotiation tactic, Tuesday, bypassing house speaker Nancy Pelosi and other top Democrats and instead inviting rank and file members to talk. It's been twenty five years since Los Angeles was violently. Shaken by predawn earthquake AP's Mike Kemp and reports it killed dozens and caused millions of dollars in damage. The magnitude six point seven earthquake struck on January seventeenth nineteen Ninety-four shattering buildings. Breaking water mains. Igniting fires the public private partnership earthquake country. Alliance says the ground shook horizontally and vertically for up to ten seconds most strongly around L A's Northridge neighborhood, the state says at least fifty seven people died, but a later study put the death toll seventy-two about nine thousand were injured the quake caused twenty five billion dollars in damage. It was the costliest disaster at the time. I'm Mike Hampton. Shutdown stalemate, I'm Tim Maguire of the AP news been the President Trump and democratic leaders remain at odds over funding is border wall. South Carolina, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, Delaware democrat. Chris coons are trying to get a group to meet with Trump about reopening the government then talking about border funding. There are plenty of Democrats in the Senate who had worked with the president to help me just priorities. I don't think they're gonna do it while the government shutdown. The record shutdown is having a greater impact on the economy. Eight hundred thousand federal workers not being paid Smithsonian guard face myth says she could soon be evicted almost at the chance to lose it everything. I can't I've been at the pie shop I've done everything that I can imagine. And now with in. I just need for us to get back to work rain and snow across California led to multi vehicle pile ups the threat of flash flooding and shut a major interstate at the Nevada border blocking one of the two routes to most of northern California. Ski resorts, I'm Tim McVeigh..

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US Warns Americans Against Travel to China Due to Risk of Detention

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00:42 sec | 3 years ago

US Warns Americans Against Travel to China Due to Risk of Detention

"Citizens have met snags entering the US. The updated US notice similar to one issued a year ago warns that China's sometimes subjects US citizens to detainment or prevents them from leaving the country, adding that so-called exit vans are imposed to compel Americans to enable government investigations or resolve business disputes, Matt small Washington divided government has returned to Washington AP Washington. Correspondent saga megani? Reports on Democrats retaking the house majority as the one hundred sixteenth congress began its work. I now call the house to order on behalf of all of America's children her grandkids and other children surrounded newly elected speaker Nancy Pelosi she ushered in a historically diverse group of representatives. At what she calls a critical moment two months ago. The American people spoke and demanded a new dawn saying they look to the beauty of the constitution to provide checks and balances on power. The Senate remains under GOP control, but leader Mitch McConnell says there's room for big bipartisan work House, Democrats will decide what happens good, governance or political performance. Art saga megani? Washington. Shutdown impasse. I'm Tim Maguire. The AP been the President Trump met today with congressional leaders about his border wall and the government shutdown after the meeting us asked by reporter if he said the partial shutdown could last for months even years, I did that. Absolutely. I said that I don't think it will. But I am prepared. And I think I can speak for Republicans in the house and Republicans in the Senate they feel very strongly about having a safe country. The president also said he could consider declaring national emergency in bypass congress to build the wall. Trump says he felt the meeting was productive house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she didn't see any real progress lengthy and sometimes a contentious conversation with the president both sides did agree for congressional staffers. White House officials to continue meetings through the weekend, the two-week-old partial shutdown impacts a number of departments, including state

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U.S. Will Send Migrants Back to Mexico as They Wait on Asylum Claims

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U.S. Will Send Migrants Back to Mexico as They Wait on Asylum Claims

"Pentagon members of congress and US allies around the world in his letter Mattis tells Trump's he is leaving quote because you have the right to have a secretary of defense whose views are better aligned with yours on these and other subjects AP Washington bureau chief Julie pace, what he is saying is that he disagrees with the president on all of these things on on our alliances on our relationship with NATO and on the role of Russia and China that in and of itself is hugely significant it signals that Mattis feels like he can no longer serve the president. Because they simply do not align on key issues. Mattis departure marked the end of Trump's my generals serving in the administration, Tennessee bound business jet crashed today into football field and Atlanta park killing all four people on board. I'm Tim Maguire. More news right after this. Crackling. Fires in silent nights for trees

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Trump administration bans 'bump stock' gun device used in Las Vegas mass shooting

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Trump administration bans 'bump stock' gun device used in Las Vegas mass shooting

"Mass shooting when fifty eight people were killed in Las Vegas. The Justice department official says the bump stock ban will take affect in late March people owned bump stocks will either after surrender them or destroy them. Saga megani at the White House. Former trump. National security adviser, Michael Flynn was due to be sentenced for lying to the FBI. But AP Washington correspondent saga megani? Says it's been delayed after a stunning sentencing hearing prosecutors recommended no prison time for Flynn citing his cooperation in

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Trump signs executive order denying asylum to illegal border crossers

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Trump signs executive order denying asylum to illegal border crossers

"President Trump is invoking extraordinary. National security powers to deny styling to migrants entering the country illegally AP Washington. Correspondent saga megani reports. They're the same powers the president used in pushing through reversion of his travel ban, which the supreme court upheld. He signed a proclamation saying migrants applying for asylum must present themselves at ports of entry. We need people in our country. But they have to come in legally, and they have to have merit the moves likely to face legal challenges because US law says anyone is eligible for asylum. No matter where they enter the country saga megani. Washington. Nine deaths and thousands of homes. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. Fire officials still battling flames in Butte county in northern California say nine victims have been found data after yesterday's devastating wildfire in the town of paradise as for the number of people now homeless current residential structures destroyed our sixty four hundred fifty three six four five three dozens of homes in southern California as well have been lost wildfires. President Trump is blasting. Critics who are criticizing his selection of Matthew Whitaker to head. The Justice department since Whitaker spoken out against the Russia investigation. The president and first lady are in France tonight for a commemoration. Of World War One. Actor Michael Keaton wearing a Pittsburgh Pirates ball cap led prayer vigil in

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From bad to worse: Trump's media relationship frays more

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From bad to worse: Trump's media relationship frays more

"Report. President Trump's relationship with the news media's getting worse AP Washington. Correspondent saga megani reports on several tense moments during a White House news conference in the ornate East Room. Are you that's enough put down the mic? The president went added with several reporters, including CNN's, Jim Acosta. You are rude. Terrible person. You shouldn't be working for CNN. There were exchanges with other reporters. Sit down. I didn't call you. I didn't call you including one where the president labeled a question about whether he emboldens white nationalist racist. Would you said is so insulting to me? He's blaming the media for political divisions. CNN says while it's clear the president does not respect a free press. He has the constitutional responsibility to

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Could gum, bottled water and pizza bagels get 'healthy' label from FDA?

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Could gum, bottled water and pizza bagels get 'healthy' label from FDA?

"Cholesterol content. But nutrition science is a moving target and since the FDA three years ago that it was. Updating the term foodmakers of lined up to claim the word healthy for their own makers of pizza bagels and dumplings say they should qualify as part of a healthy diet. So do producers of chewing gum and bottled water. The FDA says it's looking for a definition that consumers can trust is based in science. Warren Levinson, New York, President Trump seeking to mobilize voters in a bid to keep congress under Republican control next week AP Washington correspondent saga megani? Says the president's again focusing on immigration, his central theme, the last several days this election is about borders at the same time

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USMCA, the new trade deal between the US, Canada, and Mexico, explained

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USMCA, the new trade deal between the US, Canada, and Mexico, explained

"President Trump is celebrating a revised North American trade deal with Canada and Mexico AP Washington correspondent saga megani? Says there's a new name to go along with it. The most important trade deal we've ever made by far the president says NAFTA is no more. Now, it's the US Mexico Canada agreement US MCA saying at a rose garden celebration the deal covering more than a trillion dollars in trade will send money pouring into the US and help the other two nations. It will transform North America back into a manufacturing powerhouse. But while he's vowing to sign it by late November. He's not at all confident. Congress will ratify it pending. What happens in the midterm elections? Saying Democrats will play politics and refused to approve whatever he likes

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Whole Foods delivery via Amazon Prime arrives in 10 more cities

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00:28 sec | 3 years ago

Whole Foods delivery via Amazon Prime arrives in 10 more cities

"AP Washington correspondent saga megani reports. The president had said he'd back whatever the Israelis and Palestinians might agree to. But now says he wants both to have their own state. That's what I think works. Best say during a meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, his much-anticipated peace plan could be presented in the next few months. Palestinians, say he's bias toward Israel pointing to the US shift. He gets embassy to Jerusalem. The president says that removed a

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Tony award-winning U.S. playwright Neil Simon dies at 91

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Tony award-winning U.S. playwright Neil Simon dies at 91

"Death of Senator John McCain is led to tributes from around the world but. As AP Washington correspondent saga megani, reports at the White, House the tribute is over in Vietnam McCain was a prisoner of war at the infamous had no a Hilton people are paying their respects at. The US embassy in annoy. Here at home when, we, left his beloved ranch and corn Ville and made the drive the Phoenix longtime McCain aide Mark Salter on. NBC's today show The, roads were lined with people host, brought showed up to way flags. And put their hands over their. Hearts was quite moving here at the White House flags yesterday were at half staff in McCain's honor they are now back at full staff President Trump's. Had a long feud with McCain and did not issue a proclamation ordering, that the flags, be lowered saga megani at the White, House

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President Trump Lashes Out at Michael Cohen After Guilty Plea

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President Trump Lashes Out at Michael Cohen After Guilty Plea

"State law amid a growing threat to his presidency President Trump is lashing out at a former lawyer who implicated him. In a cover up while pleading guilty to campaign finance charges AP Washington. Correspondent saga, megani reports from. The White, House the president says. Michael Cohen made up, stories to get a deal from federal prosecutors by laying out a. Scheme to buy the silence of women who. Said they had affairs with Trump the president's defending. The payments telling FOX and friends, the money came from him The campaign it's not even a campaign violation he, did not provide evidence, to back that up though the. White House also insists the president did nothing wrong there are no charges against him spokeswoman Sarah Sanders says the president's not worried about anything else Cohen may claim about his

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