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"brian clark" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Morning news on Wisconsin's radio station News radio WTMJ Coming up on 7 30 I'm Jean Miller your top story. President Biden meets World leaders overseas where two former governors team up to back covid vaccines Brian D. Somebody stop ya Honest from hoisting threes. I'm doubly Glasgow East by 94 17 Minutes Highway 16 to downtown the same for the westbound side. All clear for 41 south on highway Q to the zoo that's going to take you 15 minutes up on 43 brilliant road to the market will take you 12 and 43 94 north on all clear there, late in the downtown is just a seven minute ride. With traffic and weather together on the tents. I'm Debbie Lasogga wtmj paella wi dot com Time saver Traffic More clouds As the day goes on, with a chance of a late shower and a high of 90 away from the lake. Chance of showers or storms tonight cloudy low of 65, still a slight chance current around the high of 85 76 degrees in Milwaukee. It's 7 30. The president of France says he rejoices on the return of the United States into the concert of nations. The British prime minister described the Biden administration as a breath of fresh air. Those three leaders and four others meet today in Cornwall, England. At the G seven summit, President Biden said Thursday. Our values calm us to do everything that we can To vaccinate the world against Covid 19. He was announcing that the G seven would commit a billion vaccine doses to nearly 100, other nations that the US would order half of them. During the Trump administration. The Justice Department subpoenaed Apple for communications records of at least two congressional Democrats, their aides and family members, including one who was a minor. Celebrity Cruises tells ABC News that all close contacts of two passengers who tested positive for Covid 19 on board a ship have tested negative. This is the largest cruise since the pandemic began. All passengers were supposed to have been vaccinated. Brian Clark. ABC NEWS,.
Alzheimer’s Drug Likely to Be FDA Approved Despite Potential Risks
"Drug is reasonably likely to result in a clinical benefit and granted approval. Despite potential risks. NBC's Brian Clark with details The FDA s decision to grant accelerated approval to Biogen's new Alzheimer's drug is a historic first in the fight against the disease. It's not a cure. It's not a panacea, but it is a first line treatment that that does look at the underlying cause of the disease. Dr. Joanne Pike, the chief strategist of the Alzheimer's association, points out Alzheimer's remains a fatal disease. We have to have a first line treatment before we can get to a second line or a third line, Dr Pike says. This requires the health care system do prioritize Early detection. Brian Clark ABC News The Department of Justice
Civil Rights Leader Reverend William Barber Delivers Speech at Tulsa Massacre Memorial
"Of members of the city's thriving black community were killed by a white mob. Civil rights leader, Reverend William Barber told the crowd a historic Vernon a M E Church. That mob will not get the last word in Tulsa. We must be more powerful. Then even they were so that this and nothing like it ever happens again in public policy or in public violence. Other events in Tulsa Monday featured calls for reparations for survivors of the massacre and their descendants. Brian Clark, ABC News more details about the
Manhunt Underway After 2 Killed in Miami Mass Shooting
"Three suspects still being sought about 100 bullet casings were found at the scene of Sunday morning's mass shooting outside of a catering hall in Miami Dade County that left two people dead. That's according to police, who are providing an update Monday morning when the father of one of the victims, Clayton dealer, the third interrupted, Miami Dade Police director Freddy Ramirez said together All of us. We must work harder to bring justice to these families who are crying as you here Right now. A $130,000 reward is being offered for information leading to arrests. Brian Clark ABC News a mental health
"brian clark" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Low drops to 61 tomorrow. Some showers and thunderstorms of the hive 74 dampen cooler Tuesday with periods of rain in behind the mid fifties. From the weather Channel. I'm Jeff Martin. Have you ls am 8 90 with another update of 30 minutes from ABC News. I'm Brian Clark, A practical, measured approach to North Korea is what stands the best chance of progress. That's the message from national security Advisor Jake Sullivan on ABC s this week. We're prepared to engage in diplomacy towards that ultimate objective. But work on practical measures that could help us make progress along the way towards that goal. He was asked about North Korea after a senior foreign minister from the country, said President Biden made a blunder. When describing North Korea's nuclear program is a threat, The minister warned the U. S would soon face a grave situation. White House also says the president ready to compromise on a deal for infrastructure. He wants one that's more than $2 Trillion, Senator John Barrasso of West Virginia, a Republican, said. This is a staggering amount of spending like someone with a new credit card and these air for things that we don't necessarily need. We certainly can't afford, but they're going to delight the liberal left of the party. 64% of Americans say they're optimistic about the direction of the country. That's according to a new ABC News Ipsos poll, and that is the highest. That number has been since December of 2006 travel restrictions on travel from India go into effect Tuesday. Non US citizens who've been to India in the last 14 days will not be allowed to enter the country. Idea reported almost 400,000 new coronavirus cases. The search continues, and Jeffrey Gettleman, South Asian Bureau chief of the New York Times, tells ABC. What's really scary is the healthcare system is collapsing around us. The hospitals are totally full. They're running out of medicine. The running out of oxygen. People are racing around the city trying to get help. They're people who are dying on the streets because they can't find even the most basic things and the waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Perfect on the math team on behalf of crew one and and our families. We just want to say thank you, Commander Mike Hopkins. After four astronauts splashed down in the Gulf on a space X capsule, you're listening to ABC News. For my government dot com. Have you heard a recent stash of 18 93 $10 Gold liberty coins has been.
The Global Death Toll From Covid-19 Tops 3 Million
"Globally, another devastating number reached and the death toll We get that for maybe sees Brian Clark global death toll from Cove in 19 top three million people Saturday, according to Johns Hopkins University, But experts believe the actual number is almost certainly hire. This figure is equivalent to the combined populations of Philadelphia and Dallas. Deaths are climbing Once again, There's a worldwide average of about 12,000 each day. Roughly 3000 of those are in Brazil, which has been ravaged by the virus in recent weeks, trails on Lee the U. S and the number of confirmed deaths. Brian Clark ABC
Biden Digs in for Negotiations Over Infrastructure and Jobs Plan
"I'm Brian Clark president, Biden said to invite Republicans and Democrats to the White House Monday to discuss his massive infrastructure proposal. Some Republicans have criticized the package for including items they say are not related to infrastructure. But energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm tells ABC the definition of infrastructure is changing in 1990. We wouldn't have thought that broadband was infrastructure because it wasn't on the scene yet. We? Of course, the broadband in
CDC director warns of "impending doom" amid COVID spike
"90% of the adult U. S population will be eligible for a coping 19 vaccination and 90% will have the vaccination site within five miles of home By April, 19th. Our work is far from over. War against covert 19 is far from one This is deadly serious, and the CDC director concerned about an uptick in cases, the U. S is now averaging more than 60,000 new Corona virus infections each day. That's an increase of more than 10.5% In the last week, CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky said she has a feeling of impending doom has so much to look forward to. So much promise and potential of where we are and so much reason for hope. Right now. I'm scared, she says she's asking people to hold on just a little longer here just almost there, But not by that. Dr Lynskey blamed surgeon cases on increased travel, relaxed restrictions and new variants of the virus. Brian Clark ABC News in
At CPAC, rising GOP stars send message that Trump is here to stay
"Hot item at CPAC is a likeness of former President Trump. Cpac is hosting former President Trump's first speech since he left the White House. But he is already happy Conservative Conference in Orlando and both how often he's referenced by other speakers and in the form of a 6 ft gold colored statue. It's the work of Tommy's Egon three years ago when they were coming out with the baby Trump and the Trump on a toilet, making Trump. I was disgusted with those that I said I could do a better job. He said. He tried to get the statue in front of the 45th president earlier tried to take it to trump his state. But I didn't get past the secret service. He hopes it will wind up in a future Trump Library. Brian Clark ABC NEWS
"brian clark" Discussed on WTVN
"I'm Brian Clark. The Senate impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump has taken an unexpected turn. The Senate has voted to Kans. Sitter witness testimony that followed a request from the lead impeachment manager Congress and Jamie Raskin. He says they want to hear from a Republican member of Congress. We would like the opportunity to subpoena Congresswoman Herrera regarding her communications with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy. And to subpoena her contemporaneous notes that she made regarding what President Trump told Kevin McCarthy in the middle of the insurrection. That's Congresswoman Jamie Herrera Butler, a Republican from Washington State who voted to impeach the president. ABC is Rachel Scott has more a source familiar telling ABC News Republican leader Kevin McCarthy and Donald Trump got into a shouting match and the insurrection was unfolding. The source says McCarthy was on the phone with Trump pleading with him to tell his supporters to stand down, telling him he heard gunfire outside the House chamber, but Trump allegedly responded. Well, Kevin, I guess these people are more upset about the election than you are. President's lawyer, Michael Vander Wien said. I'm gonna need at least over 100 depositions, not just one. It was thought. The trial may even conclude today, especially after Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said he would vote to acquit the former president for incitement of insurrection. Elsewhere, the body administration Friday released guidelines on how to safely reopen schools. It's a color coded system and ABC is Alex Parrish, a says There are other issues sent out along with this guidance is a new handbook from the Department of Education. But CDC director Rochelle Walensky says that these are suggestions and won't be used to shut down schools who don't follow the guidelines. There's no levels of elevated radiation and no tsunami threat after a massive earthquake struck off northeast Japan, you're listening to ABC News. Ohio Governor Mike.
Frustrated Mass. seniors struggling to get COVID-19 vaccine
"Coronavirus vaccinations is picking up. But some residents of Framingham were frustrated yesterday as they tried to get a dose. ABC is Brian Clark explains. The vaccine process did not go smoothly for a group of Massachusetts seniors Saturday. This is inexcusable. What a mess that lecturing somebody is next. Framingham, Mary von Spicer said the state's registration website did not stop non residents from booking appointments and also allowed people younger than 75 to sign up. That should not have been able to happen, too. And it's that's one of the things that once again a technology driven system is only as good as the inputs. Everyone was eventually allowed to get a dose, but non residents say they were told they would need to get a second dose someplace else. Brian Clark ABC News 29
"brian clark" Discussed on WTVN
"D to Astro on my Heart radio station from ABC News. I'm Brian Clark Coronavirus Case numbers are about half of what they were last month at their peak and hospitalizations nationwide have followed by 30% over the last three weeks. There's also confidence from Dr Dan Broke, who helped design Johnson and Johnson's vaccine candidate that it will be authorized for emergency use and effective We can be very confident that this vaccine even as a single shot vaccine provides very strong protection against severe covert disease, and there were no hospitalizations or deaths in the vaccine group after day, 28 The continued economic harm caused by the pandemic is leading President Biden getting to continue his calls for his $1.9 trillion stimulus package. These aren't Democrats Republicans, They're Americans. And their suffering. They're suffering, not because of anything they did through no fault of their own their suffering. He also had criticisms of the man he beat last November in the race for the White House is a B C's Alex Parrish a in an interview with CBS. Biden, saying he doesn't think his predecessor should receive intelligence briefings because of quote, erratic behavior. What value is giving him an intelligent appreciate? What impact does he have it all other than the fact he might slip and say something this as the clock is ticking on Capitol Hill as Congress works to help millions Of Americans amid a faltering economy and devastating pandemic, and a month ago today was the ride at the U. S. Capitol and head of the Senate impeachment trial of former president Trump impeachment managers say they want to take a closer look at the actions of everybody involved that day. A newly surfaced video shows Trump Advisor Roger Stone in Washington, D. C On the morning of January, 6th. Standing by members of the Oath Keepers militia group just hours before the deadly riots, Stones repeatedly said he had nothing to do with the actions that day. House investigators You use that and testimony from the president's White House advisers on why he waited so long to order troops to the capital as ABC is handy field, you're listening to ABC News. Two.
"brian clark" Discussed on KOMO
"I'm Brian Clark. It was one year ago today that the World Health Organization declared a public health emergency of international concern over the coronavirus. Dr. Anthony Fauci said Friday that news of Johnson and Johnson's vaccine trial results could be a game changer. The inexpensive nature of it the fact that it is one shot And that the company can actually produce in a reasonable period of time billions of doses, But it's 85% effective a lower number than the vaccines for Moderna and Fizer. That number shrinks to 57% against the South African variant that vary in a leading cause for concern among health officials like CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky. We continue to remain concerned about the emergence of variants in the United States and a rapidly ramping up surveillance and sequencing activities as we work to closely monitor There and identify variants as they emerge. But Johnson Johnson says the people who still got sick, none of them required hospitalization or died. President Biden visited wounded military personnel at Walter Reed Medical Center Friday, his administration continued to push for $1.9 trillion economic stimulus package. White House press secretary Jen Psaki said millions of Americans don't have enough food to eat and millions more have lost their jobs. Interest rates are at historic lows, and that means it's the right time to make smart investments. Moody's A Wall Street firm, has said that we could end up with four million fewer jobs this year if we don't act on the president's plan. Republicans in Congress have suggested carving the package into smaller pieces. Others say congressional Democrats should not pass the measure by a simple majority as some of hinted the nation's largest cities, allowing restaurants.
J&J Covid-19 Vaccine Was 85% Effective in Late-Stage Study
"I'm Brian Clark had a third Corona virus vaccine soon be available. Johnson and Johnson this morning announcing results of their stage three trials, saying their vaccine is 85% effective in preventing severe illness. Doctor the time mom and head of research and development says when there was Cove it on vaccine. Individuals. The participants typically had much milder course of covert. Unlike the vaccines from Fizer and modern of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine is administered in just one dose scientist. Meanwhile, they're studying the efficacy of these vaccines against new variants of the virus, like the ones from the UK and now South Africa that was spotted in the US for the first time. Two cases in South Carolina CDC director Dr were Shell, Wolinsky tells ABC We worry about many things with these variants. One is increased transmissibility. The second is increased mortality and then, of course, whether our treatments and our vaccines will work against them.
"brian clark" Discussed on KOMO
"From ABC News. I'm Brian Clark. The original goal was 20 million Corona virus vaccine doses administered in the U. S. By the end of 2020 that did not happen, But that milestone has now been passed. And as the vaccination process continues, ABC News contributor and infectious disease expert Dr Todd Ellen says is a race against time. This is a marathon. But there's also a sprint going on. We have to starve the virus of fuel by masking, distancing, avoiding crowds, optimizing ventilation and testing. This will also crush the virus and reduce viral variants. But vaccinate, vaccinate, vaccinate right now. Pandemic is one of the Major early challenges of President Biden administration, ABC Shucks, Iverson says a new poll indicates the new president's currently enjoying a political honeymoon. 69% of the latest ABC News Ipsos poll, including 40% of Republicans approve of Mr Biden's handling of the coronavirus 57% have confidence in the president's ability to unify the country is executive actions on covert climate and immigration are supported by clear majorities. Republicans support plummets for his directives on immigration like ending them. Muslim travel ban. Former President Trump's second impeachment trial begins February 9th and a new report alleges he plotted what sources call quote an elaborate scheme to overturn his loss in Georgia. More on that for maybe sees Andrew Dember in a stunning report by The New York Times, citing unnamed sources, Trump allegedly discussed removing acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen in order to pressure Georgia officials to flip the state's presidential election results. A man who reportedly worked on the plan lawyer Jeffrey Clarke. The Times reporting Trump allegedly mold over whether to fire the acting a G and replace him with Clark because Rosen refused Trump's request to carry out the alleged scheme. Secretary Defense Lloyd Austin wants reports on sexual assault prevention programs in the military..
"brian clark" Discussed on KGO 810
"From ABC News. I'm Brian Clark, a giant in the broadcasting world, has died. Larry King, who interviewed tens of thousands of people on radio and television, died in Los Angeles at 87 was a bridge between politics and government show business and so much else. Who else? You know, talk to Mohammed Gadhafi, the strongman dictator of Libya and Lady Gaga. This was a man who bridged so many worlds. He loved show business. That's ABC entertainment reporter Sandy Kenyon, who was a friend of King, who is best known for his 25 year run on CNN. No cause of death was announced. But earlier this month, King had been hospitalized with covert 19. States across the country are scrambling to find more vaccines with the new administration in the White House, Colorado governor Jared Polish told ABC is good Morning America what he thinks needs to happen. The most important thing right now, actually end of a pandemic is to accelerate the delivery of the vaccine. That means leaning on visor and return it to get more out quicker and hopefully moving soon to approve additional Weapons in our arsenal at the Johnson, Johnson and AstraZeneca vaccines. President Biden also calling for Congress to act on economic relief, the Senate will begin the impeachment trial of President Trump February. 9th baby sees Alex for Shay says there's a New York Times report and alleges the president discussed removing the acting attorney general Jeffrey Rosen, as part of a plan to pressure officials in Georgia. To flip the state's results. The man who allegedly worked on the plan, according to the Times lawyer, Jeffrey Clarke. The report claims Trump mold over whether to fire the acting a G and replace him with Clark because rose and refused Trump's requests to use the DOJ to overturn the election. According to the Times, Trump decided against firing Rosen on Lee after top justice officials threatened mass resignations. In the report, Clark says this account is inaccurate. Trump declined to comment. You're listening to ABC News now checking KGO traffic.
Dustin Higgs executed, Trump administration's 13th execution
"Lethal injection in the last days of President Trump's watch. NBC's Brian Clark. The federal government executed Dustin Higgs overnight and he was convicted of killing three women in Maryland 25 years ago. Higgs was the third federal inmate put to death this week. The 13 since the Trump administration restarted federal executions in July. President elect bite him opposes the federal death penalty.
Dustin Higgs executed, Trump administration's 13th execution
"In the last days of President Trump's Watch. ABC is Brian Clark. Federal government executed Dustin Higgs overnight and he was convicted of killing three women in Maryland 25 years ago. Higgs was the third federal inmate put to death this week. The 13th since the Trump administration restarted federal executions in July. President elect Biden opposes the federal death penalty. A new imagining of
Dustin Higgs: Final execution of Trump presidency is carried out
"McFarlane, another lethal injection in the last days of President Trump's watch. NBC's Brian Clark federal government executed Dustin Higgs overnight and he was convicted of killing three win. And in Maryland 25 years ago, Higgs was the third federal inmate put to death this week, the 13 since the Trump administration restarted federal executions in July. President elect Biden opposes the
"brian clark" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"From ABC News. I'm Brian Clark 10 States have activated the National Guard in a bid to protect their capital cities ahead of possible protests. Michigan is one Then, and Lansing City Council president Peter Spatafore says they're prepared for the worst online chatter reported in the news reported on social Media. That indicates it might not be peaceful and law enforcement says the seizure of the U. S. Capitol may be part of it increasing trend far from a one off event. A joint intelligence bulletin obtained by ABC News, said the January 6th seeds of the capital is very likely part of an ongoing trend. That trend involves domestic extremists exploiting lawful gatherings to pursue violence and criminal activity. And the bulletin said that very likely will increase throughout 2021 targets include government officials, journalists and minority groups as extremists find Confederacy online and share with the bulletin called the False narrative of a stolen election. Aaron Carter. SKI ABC NEWS NEW YORK President elect Joe Biden says he feels safe out of Wednesday's inauguration. President Trump will not attend A B C's Rachel Scott has more on how he'll depart Washington The president now has four days left in office, he is still refusing to attend Joe Biden's inauguration. That is something that hasn't happened in more than 150 years. And sources tell us this morning. The president wants his own farewell. Before Biden even takes the oath of office. He wants a red carpet, a military style band waiting for him as he boards Air Force one for the final time. The president elect says he will improve vaccine distribution. Some governors are accusing the Trump Administration of lying about the number of vaccines that would be available. Oregon Governor Kate Brown said. This failure by the Trump administration will, unfortunately cause a two week delay. In beginning vaccinations for seniors, no winner in the mega millions lottery jackpot. That means the jackpot for Tuesday's drawing will be estimated at $850 million. You're listening to ABC News.
"brian clark" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"ABC News. I'm Brian Clark 12 million doses of the Corona virus vaccine have been administered in the U. S. But the governors of some states air out with harsh words for the federal government. I come before you extremely disappointed. That we were lied to with plans of the administration to release reserve doses that were to be the second doses of the vaccine. Colorado Governor Jared Paul is referring to the announcement from Health Secretary Alex's are that would enable expansion of eligible groups. But New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says the problem was they had already Sent out everything they had. So there was no increase in supply. President elect Joe Biden, who will take office Wednesday at one of the worst points of the pandemic, says the situation will get better announcing plans to get more people vaccinated. Once his administration takes office. We're gonna expand the pool of medical professionals, including retired health care workers. Okay, administer the vaccine and to ensure we have enough vaccinators to meet the nation's needs. He also said he feels safe ahead of his swearing in Wednesday, which will come amid unprecedented security. As many as 25,000 National Guard members will be in Washington. That's one precaution. As for another until next week, the National Mall is now closed to this year. There will be no large crowd on the mall in the shadow of the Washington Monument and Lincoln Memorial. The Ellipse is also closed as his Lafayette Square security here.
"brian clark" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"I'm Brian Clark. Democrats in Congress unveiled the first of what they say is a two pronged plan to remove president and Trump from office. It's a resolution calling on Vice President Mike Pence and the Cabinet. To invoke the 25th amendment they want that passed by tomorrow, if not House Democrats unveiling a single article of impeachment charging President Trump with incitement of insurrection. 210 Democrats now support the resolution, but it's still unclear how many Republicans would join the effort. If impeached, President Trump would become the first president in history to be impeached twice. House is expected to vote on the article this week and as delicate Terra ABC NEWS Washington The investigation into the deadly violence last week continues an FBI memo says the bureau's investigating 45,000 digital tips, the mayor of Washington, D. C. Merial, Bowser said. I think that it will be shown and those people were organized trained people who went into that building. She asked people not to travel to Washington for the inauguration. The Washington Monument is closed two tours through January 24th because of fears of the potential for additional violence. An FBI bulletin obtained by ABC News said armed protests are being planned it all 50 state capitals starting this weekend through at least inauguration day. The FBI also received information about an armed group intending to travel to Washington D. C this Saturday. The bullet didn't shared with law enforcement across the country, said the group has warned of a huge uprising if Congress attempts to remove President Trump. It's a B C's. Erica Turkey President elect Joe Biden just received his second dose of the Corona virus vaccine is that process continues. There's criticism. It's moving too slowly. In Texas Governor Greg Abbott says the way that everybody receiving the vaccination.
"brian clark" Discussed on WTVN
"I'm Brian Clark 10 days until President Electro Baden will take the oath of office. But in that time President Trump could be impeached for a second time. Babies. He's Rachel Sconces. Democrats say they want to hold the president accountable for the violence of the U. S. Capitol. At least 180 representatives signing on all Democrats Senator Bernie Sanders riding some people ask, why would you impeach and convict a president who only has a few days left in office? The answer President. It must be made clear that no president now or in the future can lead an insurrection against the U. S government. Though Democrats say some Republicans have committed to impeach on Lee, A handful of GOP lawmakers have publicly supported the idea of removing Trump from office. But could it happen after the president is gone from the White House? ABC legal contributor Kate Shaw says, actually possible to impeach a former official, not just sitting official. We've done it once before, not with the president with the Cabinet secretary. In the 19th century. A White House spokesman warns an impeachment could further divide our great country. Meanwhile, law enforcement continues to make arrests across the country. A West Virginia state delegate has resigned his office after he was arrested for allegedly live streaming as he entered the capital Wednesday. Some states are responding to frustrations over the slow pace of Corona virus vaccination, say BC's Aaron Shah has one example across the country long lines and mounting frustration over the vaccine. Slow rollout. More than six million doses administered just 30% of the number distributed New York City opening five vaccination.
"brian clark" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"News. I'm Brian Clark 10 days until President elect Joe Biden will take the oath of office. But in that time President Trump could be impeached for a second time. ABC is Rachel Sconces. Democrats say they want to hold the president accountable for the violence of the U. S. Capitol. At least 180 representatives signing on all Democrats Senator Bernie Sanders riding Some people ask, why would you impeach and convict the president, who only has a few days left in office? The answer president. It must be made clear that no president now or in the future can lead an insurrection against the U. S government. Though Democrats say some Republicans have committed to impeach on Lee, A handful of GOP lawmakers have publicly supported the idea of removing Trump from office. Could it happen after the president is gone from the White House? ABC legal contributor Kate Shaw says, actually possible to impeach a former official, not just a sitting official. We've done it once before, not with the president with a Cabinet secretary of the 19th century. A White House spokesman warns an impeachment could further divide our great country. Meanwhile, law enforcement continues to make arrests across the country. A West Virginia state delegate has resigned his office after he was arrested for allegedly live streaming as he entered the capital Wednesday. Some states are responding to frustrations over the slow pace of Corona virus vaccination, say BC's Aaron Shah has one example. Across the country long lines and mounting frustration over the vaccine. Slow roll out. More than six million doses administered just 30% of the number distributed New York City opening five vaccination.
"brian clark" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"I'm Brian Clark. Congressional Democrats are prepared to introduce an article of impeachment against President Trump on Monday following last week's violence at the U. S. Capitol. One Republican senator Alaska's Lisa Murkowski said the president should be removed. Another Pennsylvania Republican Pat Toomey, did not dismiss the idea of impeachment Saturday. I do think President committed impeachable offenses. But I don't know what is going to land on the Senate floor. If anything, he was speaking to Fox news, their arm or social media repercussions. His ABC is Chuck's Iverson. Parlors suspended from the APP store is Apple until it takes adequate measures to address the spread of threats to people's safety. Apple is issuing a statement saying it's always supported diverse points of view being represented on the APP store. But there is no place for threats of violence and illegal activity and is the arrest continuous result of Wednesday's violence. One man arrested was newly elected West Virginia state delegate Derek Vince. He has now resigned his office, saying he takes full responsibility for his actions. Been a week since the president's phone call with Georgia's secretary of state was released. And now there's a new report that says you put even more pressure on election officials there. ABC is Rachel Scott has details. This report coming from the Wall Street Journal. They say President Trump was frustrated with Atlanta's top prosecutor for not doing more to fight to overturn an election that he overwhelmingly lost and that White House officials push that attorney to step down. He did resign just one day before those critical runoff elections there. In Georgia, the White House the Apartment of Justice and the U. S attorney's office there in northern Georgia is declining to comment. California shattered its single day record for the most coronavirus deaths. There were 695 in a 24 hour period or in the middle of a huge pandemic..
"brian clark" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I'm Brian Clark, The police chief in Seattle, says two city officers have been placed on leave pending a probe about what they did Wednesday in Washington, D. C. ABC chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas is there is a nationwide search for the people who stormed the U. S. Capitol, Federal authorities are determined to leave no stone unturned. Ramping up efforts to bring all the trump supporters who desecrated the capital to justice. Richard Barnett, the man with his feet on a desk in Nancy Pelosi's office and who admits on camera to stealing from her arrested today in Arkansas for multiple federal offenses, also charged Lonnie Kaufman. Authorities claim they found in his truck near the capital and Arsenal for arson, 11 Molotov cocktails and an M four carbine assault rifle along with handguns. Meanwhile, calls continue for President Trump to resign immediately. President elect Joe Biden weighed in Friday in Delaware's House. Democrats say they're also preparing impeachment resolutions, what the Congress decides to do. Is, uh, is for them to decide that could be introduced next week. Friday, The president lost his preferred method of communication, says A. B C's Alex Stone. President Trump's final Tweet was announcing he would not be attending President elect Biden's inauguration Twitter, saying after assessing the magnitude of the president's recent tweets against its glorification of violence policy. That it has determined the president Trump should be immediately permanently suspended Twitter, saying the president is suspended due to the risk of further incitement of violence. Nation saw 310,000 new cases of covert 19 in Los Angeles It's devastation XYZ. ABC is Kaylee Hartung, Los Angeles hospitals, buckling ventilators and oxygen in short supply. Paramedics telling us ambulances are waiting up to 17 hours outside hospitals because there are no beds. Los Angeles County saw a record 318 deaths in 24 hours..
"brian clark" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"From ABC News. I'm Brian Clark, a Capitol Hill police officer, died overnight of the injuries he sustained in Wednesday's violence on Capitol Hill. He's been identified as 42 year old officer Brian Sick, Nick, and he is the fifth person to die. As a result of that siege, Questions are mounting about the breakdowns and security. The Capitol Hill police chief has resigned along with the sergeant at arms in the House and Senate, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday goes beyond Capitol police that goes to the FBI. What was it? What was the shortcoming in their intelligence that they provided it goes to the Department of Defense. How long did it take for them to respond or anticipate the need for the National Guard. She also called on President Trump to be removed from office via the 25th amendment. If the vice president a Cabinet do not act Congress may be prepared to move forward with impeachment. No president has ever been impeached Twice A few hours later, President Trump acknowledged he lost the election and it taped video from the White House. He called for healing. We must revitalize the sacred bonds of love and loyalty that binds us together as one national family. Two Cabinet secretaries resigned Thursday, Education Secretary Betsy to Boston Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao this morning. The Labor Department releases its December jobs report. The consensus among economists is that payroll growth total about 50,000 in December compared to 245,000 in November. Some analysts even predict the first negative payroll number of since April. When the report comes out at a 30 this morning, it's expected to show an unemployment rate that picked up 1/10 of a percent month over month to 6.8% in December. Jim really in ABC News, the economy continuing to feel the impact of the Corona virus pandemic, and the United States broke on another record on Thursday for the first time, according to Johns Hopkins University. There were more than 4000 Cove in 19 deaths in a single 24 hour period. You're listening to ABC News. This is an advertisement paid on. Attorney spokesperson. Regular Block admitted in Massachusetts only Sokoloff Law LLC, Chestnut Hill, Mass. Paul J. Morgan Winter Park, Florida, Right Copy New Jersey. Michael Broken Solace, admitted Louisiana Well, this firm maintains joint responsibility. Most cases of this hyper of her two other attorneys for principal responsibility me. So feel Yoma. If you know what me.
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"I'm Brian Clark. The U. S. Is now seen more than 350,000 deaths from Covert 19. ABC is Christine Sloan says. Right now the virus is being felt from coast to coast officials in North Carolina building a field hospital. Help handle a surge in cases central Massachusetts seeing a 60% increase in hospitalizations since Thanksgiving, four states have still not yet vaccinated one half of 1% of their populations Numbers show nationwide that 4.2 million people have received their first dose of the vaccine. Just over 13 million doses have been distributed. Pandemic restrictions will be in place today when the new Congress is sworn in. Do you solemnly swear with 117th Congress takes its cause too. National over there will be fewer family members joining them more social distancing, and at least two new members won't be there. Whoever wins the Georgia Senate seats won't get their vote till two days later that states run off election. The biggest part of the day will be electing the House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, expected to win the narrowest of margins because Democrats now hold a much smaller majority and the field. ABC NEWS Washington Wednesday. A joint session of Congress will certify Joe Biden's presidential election victory. But a B C's Alex for Shay says some Republicans are continuing to dispute the results. Some of the president's closest allies are staging their final stand 11 more senators and senators elect plan to object next week. Toe affirming Joe Biden won the 2020 election. Senators Ted Cruz in Ron Johnson, among those signing on claiming in a joint statement allegations of voter fraud and irregularities. That they say haven't been seen in our lifetimes demanding Congress appoint an electoral commission to audit the election returns in disputed states were biting one They're unfounded claims have been repeatedly rejected by the courts, and numerous recounts have deemed by then the winner. Fellow Republican Senator Mitt Romney calls it an egregious ploy. You're listening to ABC News. They're knocking.
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"See news. I'm Brian Clark with less than three weeks to go and President Trump's term in office. His fracture with Senate Republicans grew on Friday, says ABC is handy field. He's been the veto proof president Till now House and Senate Republicans defying President Trump and overriding his defense spending veto, Mr Trump wouldn't sign the bill until Congress eliminated liability protection for social media, including Twitter and Facebook. Defenseman and creates too many jobs in every congressional district to delay so both parties rejected the president's veto. Andy Field. ABC NEWS Washington It's not clear which party will control the Senate. When Joe Biden takes the oath of office that will be determined in a pair of runoff elections in Georgia on Tuesday, says ABC is Alex Parrish. A. We're just three days away from those Georgia run off elections and already more than three million Georgians. Have cast ballots, which is a state record for runoff elections there. Democrats need to win both races to take control of the Senate. The incumbent Republican David Perdue, is not on the campaign trail heading into his election against John Assad. He's in quarantine after being exposed to someone with the coronavirus. Virus raging across the country. The U. S is now seen 20 million confirmed cases. ABC is Alex Stones and hard hit California another record after two days of around 430 deaths every day in California in the past 24 hours, a number of dead jumping to 585 reported deaths in the state since Thursday, along with 47,000 New Cove in 19 cases. One tiny glimmer of hope for the first time since October, California's total hospitalization number his decreased by 10.1% or 31 patients. It's the first time since Halloween that Ako Vin number in California has gone down. Murders in Los Angeles were up by 20% in 2020. Chicago. Police say Overall crime was down there, but murders and shootings in that city. We're up by over 50% You're listening to ABC News..
Police chief: Ohio officer who fatally shot unarmed Black man should be fired
"A police chief is calling for one of his officers to be fired following a fatal shooting this week of an unarmed black man. Columbus Police chief Thomas Quinlan joined the city's mayor and calling for the firing of police officer Adam Coy, who fatally shot Andre Hill and unarmed black man early Tuesday. We haven't officer who violated his oath. To comply with the rules and policies of the Columbus Division of Police, He says. Those failures include coin, not rendering aid to Hill. They're not turning on his body camera. There'll be a hearing Monday with the city's public safety director, Civil rights and family attorney Benjamin Crump said Thursday discrimination and police brutality Doesn't even take a break. Christmas. Brian Clark ABC NEWS This is
More than 84 million Americans expected to travel over winter holidays as cases surge
"To travel for the holidays, a different story on the nation's roads and airports. ABC is Brian Clark has the latest numbers beginning today, Triple A, predicts 84. A half million Americans will travel through January 3rd. That's a decrease of 29% from the same time last year, but more people are flying. Right now that it any other point in the pandemic, and many of them like this woman in Los Angeles are taking a different approach. We have hands advertiser gloves. I don't know, just mask trying not to drink water travel up. Hopper predicts Atlanta, Chicago O'Hare and Dallas Fort Worth will be the busiest airports of the season. Ryan Clark
Biden warns "darkest days" of pandemic are still ahead
"More than 51,000 people died of coded 19 in the U. S in the first three weeks of December. That puts it on track to surpass April as the deadliest month of this pandemic. Health experts suggest Thanksgiving gatherings could be partly to blame and with Christmas days away, President elect Joe Biden cautioned on Tuesday. Here's the simple truth. Our darkest days in the battle against Cove. It are ahead of us not behind us. Triple A, predicts 84. A half million Americans will travel from today through January. 3rd Brian Clark ABC News
Sarah Fuller becomes first woman to score in Power Five game
"Diversity. Soccer player turned football player made history ABC is Brian Clark explains There was college football history Saturday in Nashville. Sarah Fuller has become the first woman to score a point in a power five college football game call on Lear Field after Fuller kick the first of two extra points in her second game with a a Vanderbilt Vanderbilt football football team. team. She's She's the the goalkeeper goalkeeper for for Vanderbilt Vanderbilt women's women's soccer soccer team. team. She She had had joined joined the the football football squad squad after after they they were were short short on on players players because because of of covert covert 19. 19. That's That's something something I've I've really really appreciated appreciated at the end of the day, they treated me like an athlete on gets the best second asked for Vanderbilt lost 42 17 to Tennessee. Brian Clark ABC News, a
U.S. Shatters Single-Day COVID-19 Case Record Friday, Topping 126,000
"C 19 pendant continues to rage with record numbers of new cases and hospitalizations in many areas of the country. NBC's Brian Clark has more than 116,000 new covert 19 cases reported Thursday in the U. S, said a new single day record, according to the Cova tracking project, the U. S has reported more than 300,000 new cases in the last three days. He's as the economy continues to struggle because of the virus, said a majority leader Mitch McConnell said the better than expected October jobs report proves that a smaller stimulus is needed targeted. Toward things that are directly related to the Corona of ours, which we all know it's not going away until we get a vaccine is 45 vaccines or inhuman trials. Brian Clark ABC News
Health Experts To Americans: Get A Flu Shot To Avoid “Twindemic”
"Or older should get an an annual annual flu flu vaccine vaccine was, was, Dr Dr Anthony Anthony found. found. She's She's speaking speaking earlier earlier this this month. month. In In Friday, Friday, the the CDC CDC said said it's it's not not seeing seeing any any delays delays in in distribution distribution or or production production of of a a flu flu vaccine. vaccine. Despite expected record demand, vaccine producers said they expect to deliver almost 200 million doses for this flu season so far shipped out 124 million. The CDC says flu activity nationwide remains low. Brian Clark ABC News And now today's consumer tip, sponsored by Masato Safe Haven, the Northwest leading