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Fresh update on "cnn" discussed on Curtis Sliwa
"New York City is now administered over two million covert shots, and the Bronx is getting a new vaccine site. Mayor De Blasio says it'll open Thursday at co op city. This is gonna be a key part of reaching that five million personal goal. June, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy expect schools throughout the state to get back to in person learning by September. Some parents, though, say it's not soon enough. That social interaction is more important for them than anything else in my co workers, she said. It's too much. She has even know how she's gonna work and watch the kids. Some teachers worry A lot of kids will have to relearn the entire year. I'm Christine Marks for 77 W. ABC News teachers and staff are eligible to get vaccinated for covert. 19 on March 15th in New Jersey. Ah, third woman is now come forward, accusing New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of making unwanted advances, not at work, but at a 2019 wedding reception. The governor's brother, CNN anchor Chris Cuomo, spoke briefly about the sexual harassment allegations on his show last night. I'm aware of what's going on with my brother. Obviously, I cannot cover it because he is my brother. Of course, CNN has to cover it, Chris Cuomo says. He's always cared very deeply about these issues. Traffic and.
Lady Bird Johnson's daily audio diaries make it to podcast
"The latest from our daily newsletter at port news dot net today jacqueline bouvier kennedy names. Goodbye and believe in it. Her shining gift for women's history month from abc news in the us in plain sight listens to more than one hundred and twenty three hours of audio diaries. From claudia altair ladybird johnson including new revelations about lyndon b johnson's presidency first two episodes drops. Yesterday the tech lab released two dates to its version. Two point one. Podcast measurement get lines for public comment in december and january. However news can reveal today that over the entire seventy four days. The public feedback email address given didn't actually work. Email silently bounced with us unknown era. The described this as unfortunate but would neither confirm nor deny that it's received no feedback at all to this address as a consequence the updated document including ip. Six measurement was only publicly announced in two tweets and by editing. An existing post on its website wasn't flagged as a new item. The ib tells us it's extending public comments as a consequence but haven't responded to our follow up questions over the weekend to tell us and hugh the new dates if you need more out of your hosting provider. It's time to fully commit to another one says brian barletta in sounds profitable this week sponsored by putting off move to a better podcast. Host will hurt your long term strategy. He argues you should subscribe. It's it sounds profitable dot com squad. Cast has taken its new video and audio platform out of beta version. Three point five of the products includes a number of fixes and enhancements k. Q. e. d. radio station in san francisco in california in the us. He's working with google to make better news audio transcripts which may also improve automatic transcripts for podcasts to sound a podcast management of monetization platform has raised two point. One five million dollars in a seed round. That's four million dollars. They've raised in the past fourteen. Months charitable have announced custom attribution windows across all their and tribulation products their announcement blog post explains the current defaults in y. You might wants to change them. The london international awards have extended the fifty percent discount for entries including their podcast category. Cnn audio and cnn and a spaniel have launched a new weekly podcast with chief. International correspondent jose levy. Meanwhile fox news audio is to expand. Its podcast lineup. With five original programs an import cons news. The financial times has relaunched tectonic. The tech podcast. It's been revamped into a series of deep dives into the promises and perils of our digital age twenty-first-century football the complete guide. So far is another new release from the crowd network. The uk podcast patricia and sounds profitable. This week has me as a guest talking about. Rss us a agents.
Fresh update on "cnn" discussed on The Gee and Ursula Show
"Cuomo is basically saying he doesn't want to talk and cover his brother. Do you have the sound of that person idea? Obviously, I'm aware of what's going on with my brother. And obviously I cannot cover it because he is my brother. Now. Of course, CNN has to cover it. They have covered it extensively and they will continue to do so. I have always cared. Very deeply about these issues and profoundly, so I just want to tell you that there's a lot of news going on that matters also, so let's get after that. Okay, let me first say this And I want a disclaimer. I'm not. I'm not the Cuomo fans. Okay? I've said this before. I'm just just kind of not And then Ursula. I said this morning last yesterday when I.
Proud Boys reportedly nominated Seattle-area man to hold 'war powers' and lead Washington, DC attack
"Tonight. Federal prosecutors say the self proclaimed leader of the Proud Boys Seattle chapter was nominated to lead the proud boys. The date of the deadly seizure of the U. S. Capitol. Ethan Nordine was arrested and charged last month. Court documents obtained by CNN say he was given quote war powers, and he led the group with encrypted communications equipment. Prosecutors say he laid out a plan for the group to split up and attempt to break into the capital from his many points as possible. The documents were filed before Nordine appears in court
Fresh update on "cnn" discussed on Dan O'Donnell
"Crushing on Governor Andrew Cuomo, calling his coronavirus press briefings their daily fix during this state of emergency. Denise Alberto 45 year old divorce A on the Upper West Side is officially smitten. For me. It was when I heard him say My mother is light and joy, said Albert, co founder of Multimedia company The Moms. It also got me. Was this speaking about family dynamics, disagreeing with his brother about where his mom should be. It's relatable, vulnerable, inspirational. There's nothing hotter. Then vulnerability in a man. Number seven daily show host Trevor Noah, who was crushing on the coronavirus banter between the two Cuomo brothers I've been enjoying about Cuomo is that in these dark times, he also provides us with some entertainment. It's not just fact it's not just plans. It's entertainment. Wait for his interviews on CNN that he has with his brother because they always yield gems like this. Let me ask you something with all of this.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo acknowledges behaviour seen as ‘flirtation’
"This weekend. Embattled new york governor andrew cuomo moved into full on damage control after a second woman who worked in his administration came with allegations of sexual harassment. So that's two women now. In just the last several days lindsay boylan who detailed her allegations in a medium post of sexual harassment that she experienced from andrew cuomo spanning several years of her employees inside the cuomo administration. And now this weekend charlotte bennett came out publicly accusing governor cuomo of sexual harassment. She told the new york times that he asked her invasive personal questions that she interpreted as sexual advances cuomo denied the allegations that he did anything wrong in total completely at the outset. His council put out a statement that they would launch their own sort of internal investigation. None of that was flying with his fellow. Democrats democratic members of the new york congressional delegation democrats in the state legislature democrats running for new york city mayor all the high profile democrats. This weekend made clear that cuomo's initial response to these stories was not sufficient so he put out a statement late on sunday. That said quote. I now understand that. My interactions may have been insensitive or too personal and that some of my comments give my position made others feel in ways. I never intended. I acknowledged some of the things. I've said have been misinterpreted as an unwanted flirtation to the extent. Anyone felt that way. I am truly sorry about that. Cuomo went on to say that he is now open to an independent truly independent investigation that his office is now referred to the attorney. General new york. She will oversee the hiring of an independent. Investigator ended this entire process. Some democrats have gone as far to call for cuomo's resignation but the biden white house is not going there. Jen psaki was asked that point blank in the briefing room today. The president view as been consistent and clear that every woman coming forward should be treated with dignity and respect the new york attorney general oversees independent investigation with subpoena power. And the governor's office said he will fully cooperate. We certainly support that process. And we'll wait to see that through so now we wait to find out who will be conducting this independent investigation. What if anything andrew cuomo. He has more to do to start bringing his party back together around his leadership in the state and will watch very carefully. How national democrats start dealing with the high profile governor of new york
Fresh update on "cnn" discussed on Dan O'Donnell
"Of late night with David Letterman. We present to you the top 10 Andrew Cuomo takes that did not age well at all. Number 10. We begin with Joe Scarborough on morning, Joe, who said even Republicans are telling him how great Andrew Cuomo is. People see Cuomo. Even lifelong Republicans. Tell me they look at Cuomo. They're like God, there's a leader. Why can't Donald Trump stop Tweeting? Why can't he shot his mouth? Why can't he just do his job? Obviously those air all rhetorical questions. He can't do it. Number nine Buzzfeed on April 17th put out this pole to decide who's the hottest Cuomo brother because I know you've been feeling thirsty lately, Written by Terry Carter Jr. All eyes are currently on the Cuomo brothers. Andrew Cuomo, current governor of New York, has received praise for his response to the Cove in pandemic. Well has which has hit the state hard. Meanwhile, Chris and Nightly anchor at CNN has gone viral for his interviews with Andrew, with many citing their brotherly banter as much needed comedic relief during the crisis. However, one thing people can't seem to agree on is who is actually the hottest Homo brother. So it's time to settle the debate once and for all. Who's the hottest Cuomo by the way, in what seems to be A little bit of foreshadowing. Chris Cuomo, 1 88% to 12% over his brother number eight. The New York Post. Dori Lou, AC New York women are coronavirus crushing on Andrew Cuomo asking Is he single? This article from March 21st. With the unfortunate first sentence. He's the new love golf women are.
FDA vaccine advisers endorse Johnson & Johnson's single-dose COVID-19 vaccine
"When it comes to the fight against Cove in 19 U. S. Health advisers have endorsed a one dose Corona virus vaccine from the company's CNN Senior health editor Maggie Fox joined us earlier to provide a timeline of when the new vaccine might get into patients are just gonna be fast doses are already made. As as you previously reported there, there's four million doses ready to go. What happens now is what will get an authorization from the FDA. And they say they'll do that Andy slave it who's the chief advisor to the White House on these matters? Says he expects the FDA to do that. Then it's up to the CDC to decide whether people should actually get this authorized vaccine. So the CDC s advisers see Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices will be meeting on Sunday, and they'll vote whether Americans should get the vaccine. They may also have some advice about who should get this particular vaccine. The CDC director will then say, OK, go and the U. S. Is ready to roll with ease, the White House says immediately, which means probably Monday. Coming up on w t. O P.
Fresh update on "cnn" discussed on Hotline League
"I mean there's been changes here and there but usually when they get somebody they stay for x. amount of time but then you look at like team liquid. Seemed like it was a big deal. That brock's came over in the was there for a year. I understand it was probably because he underperformed a little bit but still like. It's just hard to be excited when everything changes constantly constantly and i'm four change just at is thicker. Stability is also something that i think is important especially for some of the lesser successful quote unquote franchises. I think it's like those. Are the harder wants to have that stability right point free agency hits and then you just can't compete in the quest. I think they were also even though they. I don't know how much they invested. Because i don't think that the buying out players from cnn is necessarily a cheap thing to do but From what. I've heard they also had to go a bit down on on the whole. Nba thing so then wendy.
Capitol security review to recommend additional officers, fencing
"Capitol attack. CNN reports. A security review will suggest more than 1000 officers be added to the capital that Costas said to be almost $100 million. Other recommendations include additional fencing and walls, along with better communication resource is for police. The review also points out security needs for lawmakers. At home. That's the very latest. I'm Jim Forbes.
FDA advisers recommend J&J vaccine for emergency authorization
"Amid this new warning from President Biden. There's been another significant step forward for the nation's covert effort. An FDA advisory committee endorsing Johnson and Johnson's covert shot and, according to multiple reports of CDC expects the FDA to grant emergency use authorization tomorrow. CNN Health editor Maggie Fox joining our own Sean Anderson and Hilary Howard earlier to talk about This endorsement was made said that it was a pretty easy decision for them. They said that the data clearly showed that this vaccine is not only effective in preventing severe Corona virus infections, but that it's also a very safe vaccine. So this committee, these advisers to the FDA voted unanimously to recommend that the FDA gives emergency use authorization to the vaccine. Well, the acting commissioner of the FDA, Dr Janet Woodcock, has issued a statement saying that she plans to do that very quickly. Assuming this all happens as it's supposed to what's the timetable here for getting doses made and then distributing them without this is going to be fast doses are already made. As you previously reported there, there's four million doses ready to go. What happens now is what will get an authorization from the FDA. And they say they'll do that so we can expect that probably tomorrow. So Andy slave it who's chief advisor to the White House on these matters, says he expects the FDA to do that tomorrow Saturday. Then it's up to the CDC to decide what people should actually get This authorized vaccine. So the CDC s advisers see Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices will be meeting on Sunday, and they'll vote whether Americans should get the vaccine. They may also have some advice about who should get this particular vaccine. CDC director will then say OK, go and the U. S. Is ready to roll with ease, The White House says immediately, which means probably Monday. Maggie quickly before we go. Can we get enough vaccine quickly enough to blunt the rising variants? That is the race? That's what everybody's worried about These variants. Some of them appear to be more contagious and really the best way to get out in front of that is to get as many people vaccinated as fast as possible. Johnson. Vaccines boost that a little bit, but they don't have a whole lot of vaccines ready to go until the end of
Daniel Prude Case Reflects Difficulty of Prosecuting Police in New York
"I wanted to ask you. Ben crump about another case that you're involved with and that's the case of daniel prude. This horrific killing almost a year ago in rochester. Major protests This week because a grand jury refused to charge any of the officers involved. Daniel prude's daughter to share. A prude appeared on cnn. In september calling for the rochester officers involved in the killing to be fired and charged with murder. This is what she said. I will like to see them be fired and charged with murder there. There's video footage of these people suffocating. My father my father was murdered by these police officers. There's no reason why they should be on a paid suspension. They should be arrested in. They should be try as the killers that they are and so now. This grand jury has refused to indict despite the the calls for the charges to be brought by. New york's attorney general letitia james whose office lend the investigation She said Most recently daniel prude was in the throes of a mental health crisis in what he needed was compassion karen help from trained professionals tragically. He received none of those things. Can you talk about the refusal to indict this regrettable that many times because grand jury proceedings are secret. We don't know what evidence was all for it About a prosecutor to the jurors and making their determination we must remember brianna taylor's case And michael brown and ferguson missouri. Case one of the rare instances will we saw the inner workings of the grand jury. We saw that the prosecutors put forth of very weak case and when you put four four week case to get a prosecution then you won't get the grand jury to decide amy. It has been said that a prosecutor can indict a ham sandwich because ninety nine point nine nine nine percent of the time when a prosecutor wants. An indictment are prosecuted. Gets an indictment oftentimes prosecutors. Because they have this symbiotic. Relationship with law enforcement will give greater consideration to police officers than the unknown african american or hispanic citizens that they have no relationship with when they go into a grand jury. Proceeding we saw so many times with throughout the country is historical where they were trying to establish off their as by saying well we presented a grand jury and the grand jury found no probable cause. Will we don't buy that. We know that's part of the intellectual justification of discrimination. That leads to the legalized genocide of black people in america. And that's why we have to have. Systemic reform changed intact coach criminal justice in america as we said at the michael brown graduated decision was announced. The whole system needs to be indicted other than that they will continue to kill. Black people with impunity
White House to release new guidelines after Khashoggi intel report
"Covert deaths, a new declassified version of the U. S Intelligence report concluding that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Solomon often referred to his NBS approved of the 2018 killing of journalists, Jamal Kashiwagi, the officials saying that the report by the office of the Director of National Intelligence, Deanna In coordination with the CIA, concluding that the crown prince approved in likely erred erred, ordered the murder of Kashiwagi, who's washing post column had criticized the crown Prince CNN, NBC and Reuters are among those news organizations reporting that the group which had assassinated and dismembered this Saudi dissident, then flew to Istanbul on private jets owned by a company previously seized by the Middle Eastern kingdoms, Controversial MBS. But at the White House today, this question to press secretary Jen Psaki said. When they Talk that the president won't hold back. Will he be following up this talk with actions are sanctions on the table. E think there are a range of actions that are on the table. But the first step is the next step. I should say it's for the president to speak with the king. We expect that to happen very soon. As you know, we've committed to the release of an unclassified report that would come out from Deanna and not from the White House on. Of course, our administration is focused on recalibrating the relationship as we've talked about in here previously, and certainly there are areas where we will express concerns on and leave open the option of accountability. There also areas where we will continue to work with Saudi Arabia. Given the threats they face in the region. Well, hold up to the phone call. Is the king avoiding your calls? I don't think that's the characterization. The president has a busy schedule. The king. Obviously, I can't speak to his schedule. I'm not his spokesperson, but we expect the call to happen very soon. I think there was an inaccurate reporting about being confirmed when it wasn't a confirmed call. Yet if you have made clear that the president's gonna be speaking with his counterpart with it came with the Crown prince. But given the Crown princess role in the future of the kingdom, and that he is expected to be implicated here, why not speak to the person I expect to be responsible? Well, I think the president's conversation will cover a range of topics with the king. There's obviously A lot to discuss with Saudi Arabian with the leaders of Saudi Arabia, And as I noted, a previously noted the conferences have been engaged with his appropriate counterparts. The president will be engaged with his appropriate counterparts, and we're engaged at many levels with leaders in Saudi Arabia. So will the conferences counterparts here, But often he's teaching him about this issue that he spoke with him last week. They did a readout. I don't think I have anything more about their call from today's White House briefing. We should Point out during a September 2019 interview with CBS is Norah O'Donnell for 60 Minutes. Piece, the Saudi Crown prince denying any knowledge of Jamal cash. Augie's death his answers through a translator. The world wants the answer to this question. How did you not know about this operation about that? Some think that I should know what three million people working for the Saudi government do daily. It's impossible that the three million would send their daily reports to the leader or the second highest person in the Saudi government. Two of your closest advisors, who are accused of orchestrating this plot were fired by the king removed. From your inner circle. The question is, How could you not know if this was carried out by people who are close to you? The only doctors today the investigations are being carried out and once charges are proven against someone, regardless of their rank, it will be taken to court. No exception made. I've read what the Saudi prosecutor has said about those that are charged in this murder. And it's gruesome the details when you heard that people close to you and in your government carried out such a grisly murder, and that the American government thinks that you ordered it. What did you think I could be the godmother of Lord Coffee, Mother, Cutie. I believe what you mentioned is not correct. There isn't an official statement announced by the American government in this rig. Heart. There isn't clear information or evidence that someone close to me did something to that effect their charges and they're being investigated. But again, you cannot imagine the pain that we suffered, especially as the Saudi government from a crime such as this one. That from September of 2019 the interview available at CBS news dot com, and you heard the Saudi Crown Prince to a translator. Again the headline today a new declassified version of the U. S Intelligence report, concluding that the Saudi Crown prince did approve of the 2018 killing of
Takeaways from Congress’ first Washington DC hearing on Capitol riot
"What went wrong looking into the security lapses. That happened before the Capitol riot last month with us to talk about the latest on these hearings on Capitol Hill is CNN, Washington correspondent Ryan Nobles. He joins us on Skype. So Ryan, these investigations are really just beginning. But have we learned anything so far? What the takeaways from day one. Yesterday's hearing was pretty explosive on many levels. Nick you heard from many of these officials from the various law enforcement agencies, some who have been forced out of their jobs. About what went wrong on that day. And what was perhaps the most shocking was that there was intelligence on the table that some of these agencies, the FBI and other agencies had taken in a lot of social media chatter from people that had said that they were specifically Coming to Washington with the goal of storming or causing chaos at the Capitol, and that information never made its way down to Capitol police sergeant in arms on other various law enforcement agencies, the Washington metro, much Politan Police department and they were never able to use that information to help prepare and as a result, they you know, the these leaders just were not prepared for the overwhelming crush of people that descended on the Capitol that day. On and you basically what lawmakers came to the conclusion that there needs to be a better flow of information to the folks that are gonna be making decisions about how to protect the capital in the future. There was some finger pointing that occurred yesterday, too, and that's getting a lot of attention. Yeah, That's right. You know, you had Capitol police saying something different What this Senate sergeant at arms, said Metropolitan Police seem to have a different perception is to have that information flow came down. And then one of the big things Joan that no one seemed to be able to agree on is when the National Guard was called in for reinforcement in and why it took so long for the National Guard to actually make it to the capital. To help protect the members of Congress and people that were at the Capitol. And then why the National Guard wasn't there even ahead of all of this s O. You know, this is just the beginning of this process. You know, this is one hearing, they said today or yesterday should say that there's gonna be another hearing that will involve the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security. And then, of course, Speaker Pelosi is in the process of drafting legislation that would form a 9 11 style commission to look into all of this. It's gonna be a long time before you know all the information comes out as to what exactly went wrong in January Sex. Okay,
Suspect wanted for rape inside Macy's bathroom in Center City Philadelphia
"An attack in Macy's in center city, A man raped a woman in a bathroom, police say. He was hiding in that bathroom before the attack happened over the weekend. Let's check in with Tim Jimenez, who has details on this story, Tim That's CNN was 11 30 Sunday morning. When this happened, the 55 year old victim was shopping with her husband. They went their separate ways when she went to go to the bathroom on the third floor. She was in a stall and all of a sudden, police say a man jumped in from another stall threatened her life while holding several sharp skewers and special victims. Captain Mark Bergman says the man then took her to another star raped her. And no one outside that bathroom knew what was going on. Nobody heard anything that something video memory card show people stand shopping, standing outside, and it was the police believe, based on surveillance footage of the man had been in that bathroom area for about 20 minutes before that woman got there, they say the attacker. Then, after all this hopped onto the market, Frank for line got off 52nd and market. And police are investigating this and they released surveillance footage, which is on kill. It'll be news radio dot com. You know that suspect in a surgical mask and police are hoping perhaps even the way he walks on that video might trigger something in someone's mind. Give police a call.
Philadelphia Police Search for Man Accused of Raping Woman Inside Center City Macy's
"Are searching for a rapist man who they say attacked a woman in a bathroom in the Macy's in center city over the weekend. Go live to Tim him in its with the latest on this story, Tim Is CNN. Police hope to get tips that will lead them to this attacker. Mr. Incident happened about 11 30 Sunday morning. The 55 year old victim was shopping here at Macy's with her husband. He stayed on the first floor when she went up to the third floor bathroom. Police say she was in a stall and suddenly a man jumped in from another stall, dragged her to a separate stall, threatened her life and raped her. Special victims unit Captain Mark Bergman says it looks like the attacker had actually been lingering in that area. After reviewing all the video, we now know that he went into the bathroom area proximate 20 minutes prior are going in there. No. After the attack, police say the guy got onto the American Frankford line exited at 52nd and market Police are investigating. There's plenty of surveillance footage of some of that is on our website Kyodo news radio dot com Me and right now it doesn't look like according to police that this is part of a pattern of similar assaults. But of course, they're looking into everything involving this case. Those surveillance images aren't fantastic, but Hopefully something this this guy was wearing will trigger something in someone's mind. And they will call police Tim Jimenez with
Houston boil water notice lifted, but many still in crisis
"Once again coming out of the spigot for most folks in Texas, however, some 14 million people are still without safe water to drink. Most of them must boil their water about 156,000 still don't have water. The president has already declared it a disaster because of the snowstorm and famous help has kicked in. Today. Texas Republican Michael McCall was on the CNN program state of the union. The congressman says he's grateful for all the help they've received. We estimate this maybe is high is is the emergency relief during Hurricane Harvey to put in perspective? And correspondent David Goes. Allah spoke with folks that of water distribution center in Houston. Well, water has been restored in people's homes. The city remains under a boil. Notice until we come out of it. There's going to be tremendous need to provide people with drinking water. Water distribution sites like this one continue to draw Thousands marriage, Sylvester Turner says the city's water system is back up and running. So you should be seeing a noticeable improvement in your water pressure, but he's asking residents to do their part to conserve.
Flight drops debris on neighborhood during emergency landing
"A United Airlines flight on its way to Honolulu today, had to return to Denver after its engine exploded, Showering debris on local communities. Pieces of the United Boeing triple Sevens engine came raining down on the neighborhoods below its flight path as it was taking off for Honolulu in the town of Broomfield, pieces of the engine landing in a park in the giant front ring of the engine in the yard of all Home. The plane returned safely back in the Denver airport, with the pilots reporting a mayday 241 people were on board the plane. Nobody on board or on the ground was injured Alex Stone Edie CNN, one of the passengers, saying how thankful he is just to be back on the ground. Speaking to reporters, Troy Lewis said the incident put a lot of things into perspective for him. He was traveling with his family and said they pray together and said they weren't the only ones
2 Covid vaccine sites coming to New York City
"Now looking into it, States will begin receiving more covert 19 vaccines than they have ever have before beginning today. It is the word from senior White House adviser Andy Slave it he appeared on CNN. Yesterday's things are moving back to normal, he says. After weather delays, governors Cuomo and Murphy looking forward to the additional doses after whether hindered delivery other issues that necessarily in New Jersey. But in this case elsewhere in the country, we've spoken about the tragedies unfolding in Texas. But this has been a whole of nation whether challenge those weather issues have impacted the delivery of new doses. Governor Cuomo, also announcing to more state run sites in the city, beginning this morning at 8 A.m.. You could make appointments for next week and a new site of Brooklyn's Medgar Evers College on Bedford Avenue. And a your college and queens on Guy R. Breuer Boulevard, a new site opening up on Staten Island as well running low of vaccine Mayor de Blasio on hand for the opening of the Empire Outlets Vaccination site on Richmond terrorists. This site is for the people of Staten Island and on Lee the people Staten Island this facility open 8 to 5 each day, seven days a week. I want to see this be a full bore 24 7 site. What's missing is enough vaccine from the feds from the pharmaceuticals and de Blasio says from the state we still Don't have enough freedom to vaccinate. We could be reaching so many more people in the state would cut the red tape another mass vaccination site in the city that Martin Van Buren High School in Queens Open Sunday. Al Jones
Tens of thousands of buildings have burst pipes in Houston area
"Kind. Water issues are plaguing Texas as a result of power outages from freezing temperatures. The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality told CNN. Nearly 15 million people have been affected by water system disruptions, The systems and nearly 160 Lone Star. State counties have also been impacted. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner noted the city's fire department received thousands of reports of broken pipes. On Thursday, Austin's water director said their water supply deteriorated. Over 300 million gallons because of
Capitol Hill Insurrectionist, John Sullivan, Paid $35,000 for Capitol Hill Video Footage
"Thanks, Adam. I want to talk about your piece of American greatness, which I think is really interesting. And the headline is is the corporate leftist media rewarding riots? Tell our listeners about that. How is the corporate leftist Media rewarding whites. Okay, so there's been a fascinating crack into the behind the scenes. What's going on between this kind of pipeline between Social justice warriors and the corporate media? And this has come about because of guide by the name of John Sullivan. Now, John Sullivan wasn't organizer for Blom and aligned riots and demonstrations. In fact, he's previously been arrested for playing a role in a riot which somebody was shot that Motors was shot for trying to just pass from intersection in Utah, and he's giving speeches denouncing Donald Trump. But somehow he found himself in with that strong that penetrated the Capitol building in January 6 and he's accorded everything and as he was recording, he recorded himself encouraging the other riders to the Capitol building down to break down doors. He even recorded himself confessing to breaking a window. Then when he's that we've done with the riot. He went to several media interest, including CNN, ABC number of other interests, and he sold the footage of the right the right that he helped direct the he participated in It is he encouraged. He sold these the footage and he got a lot of money for it. He got $35,000 from CNN. I think he got another $35,000 from another major network. When you put them all together, it probably runs somewhere between 80,000 and over $120,000 just for his footage of himself helping to direct this this Capitol Hall that even had only just just cause you for a second, Adama, five. Might. It just kind of emphasize that point, So here's a guy he's a left wing activist disease. An anti trump activist. He's got a violent history participating in riots. He goes to Washington on January 6 and he's one of the people you know, doing this riot that everyone tells us is being carried out by pro Trump partisans. Certainly not true in his case, and he films himself, he films the riot. He films himself, encouraging people to burn down the capital. And then he goes out and Mainstream, allegedly mainstream news outlets like CNN and ABC. Hey, him sums, adding up to something like $80,000 to reward him. For his part in this riot that they they all say they're so appalled by. That's just astonishing that the circuits getting better, eh? So he actually he filmed himself. One of things he filmed himself doing was intimidating to Capitol police officers into abandoning their posts so that the crowd could continue past that door. So after after he was done with this, his brother recognized, got the name of James Sullivan recognized him in some of these videos that were released on the news, and he turned his brother into the FBI. So finally the FBI goes to this. Then the interview of he'd missed everything freely gives the FBI access to all the videos and the U. S. Attorney ends up indicting him. Or pretty much the same crimes. But all these other trump supporters were indicted for, but there was an important difference. The Trump supporters were typically given either very high bail or held with no bail. Number of are just being held in prison with no way of getting out while they await trial, and it could take a year. It could take two years to get to get to trial. So you know, I mean, it's pretty terrible sanctions, but this guy John Sullivan. He was let out at any bail. He was just let out on his own recognizance. And then a zoo conditions of this freedom is free freedom. He was told not to engage in his activities that he does for a company he founded, called Insurgents USA. He immediately violates those restrictions, and the government comes back to court and said Hey, he violated his restrictions his conditions of release We want him taken to custody. The magistrate judge's reaction to this is to say Well, the restrictions are too tough. So instead of making them post a cash bond or taking him into custody She relaxes the restrictions. It's a swell you can continue getting on social media and saying what? Pretty much whatever you want. You just can't organize any violent riots. But he could, you know, do he's free to do whatever whatever he wants beyond that, So you know, this is idea and journalist ethics that you're not supposed to pay people to create stories. But John Sullivan, one of the reasons he is being allowed to do this is he's made the case to the court. Persuasively was persuaded the court of this, but this is what he does Insurgents USA. The business model is he attends these riots and these violent events and he gathers hot footage of it, and then he sells it back to the networks. Of course, he has an incentive to try and stir things up and make things a little bit more exciting, then that's exactly what he did in the capital. He encouraged people to commit very serious felonies. And, uh, when he was arrested, they basically just let him Wait for trial without without taking him into custody. It's really it's really an incredible story. It really is. And then and then, when he gets caught identified and caught, he actually gets preferential treatment compared compared with the other riders, the ones that he was urging on. And as you say he actually helped to get others inside the Capitol building by intimidating to of the capital guards. That were the regarding one
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"Came in office, there was only a 50 million. Doses that are available. We have now by the engine alive will have over 600 million doses enough to vaccinate every single America. So, the president says, By the end of July, there should be enough doses for everybody. By next Christmas. I think we'll be in a very different circumstance. God willing Then we are today. Now. He did say, though, that we're not there quite yet that things aren't perfect, and there's gonna be some rough spots ahead. I thought this was interesting. Interesting question from Anderson Cooper on CNN ST. Stop Giving priority to certain groups and just open vaccine access for well. It depends on how much they have available. I think they're still should be priority groups in case there are not enough for everyone. Every available to everybody. I agreed to president there, there are still people that are of advanced age that have not be able to get the appointment of some of them are getting very frustrated, talked. I talked to some people I said invent last week. It is. It is something that we have to sort out. I certainly think that the people that are in the high risk groups the elderly population who have really suffered the most Riko vid. I think they need to be still prioritized. But the good news is and I agree the president, we will be in a much better position by December, but that's 10 months from now. And does anybody want I said this yesterday. I want to go through what we just went through. Last year. Everything canceled. I don't I want to go to football games. I want to go to festivals. Let's try to get this ramped up as soon as possible. If it's July, let's get shots in the arms by July, Let's start the summer. With a better situation than we had last summer that I think just for the psyche of the nation, people would start to feel like okay, We've got this under control. We don't know We're not going to solve it. It's virus is gonna be around forever. Probably. And there may be mutants, mutations and strange that we haven't figured out yet. But there could be booster shots for that. But let's try to least get back to some semblance of normal. Whatever that's gonna be. Let's get there by the summer. I think that's realistic. Also points to get schools going again. We don't know for certain. But it is highly unlikely that by the beginning of next year school traditional school year in September, we are not significantly better off than we are today, but it matters. It matters whether you continue to wear that President wants to get schools back open, if possible in areas that don't obviously there are some that aren't open yet, at least for in person line. You know, I should mention here in Wisconsin. I thought it was interesting. He made a comment and I can't. I've been doing a little investigating. I'm not sure if he meant this or if it was just an off the cuff. Just saying things, but he talked about maybe school district's considering being open through the summer months per semester. Now, that's I'm not unprecedented, but I would imagine highly unlikely. It's like what happened with scars that a school district would without for that. First of all, you have to get the
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"A Manhattan judge has thrown out a defamation suit that representative Devin Nunes have brought against CNN lawsuit seeking hundreds of millions of dollars in damages was rejected today by U. S. District Judge Laura Taylor Swain, the California Republican had alleged the cable news company intentionally published the False news article and engaged in a conspiracy to defame him. Lawsuit said. CNN In November of 2019 published a report containing false claims that newness was involved in efforts to get dirt on then presidential candidate Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden, in court papers, CNN lawyer said newness never denied the report before it was published nor requested a timely
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"Welcome to our show for Thursday, November 5th votes are still being counted from the 2020 US presidential election the Face-Off between Republican incumbent President Donald Trump and Democratic Presidential nominee, Joe Biden, let several states too close to call and as of Wednesday evening, neither candidate had clinched that magic number of 270 electoral votes to be declared the winner when we bought this show CNN had not projected a winner for Six States, Alaska, Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, North Carolina and Pennsylvania without those predictions. It appeared that Democratic Challenger Biden had clinched 254 electoral votes while Republican incumbent Trump had clinched 213 electoral votes, but these numbers were subject to change as vote-counting continued and Thursday. It's came in as far as the make up of the next Congress goes analysts said Democrats were likely to remain in control of the House of Representatives. Well, it looked like Republicans would remain in control of the Senate off. But again that information is not final there were still a number of significant calls to be made part of the reason for the delay is the coronavirus pandemic one of the major issues of the election out of concerns about crowded polling places on Election Day many people chose to vote early or mail in their ballots researchers estimated that more than one hundred million Americans voted early this year contrast them with the $46 million who voted early in 2016 the Trump campaign announced yesterday that it was launching legal challenges to vote counts in Georgia, Michigan and Pennsylvania as well as requesting a recount in Wisconsin. These were strongly contested Battleground States this year so that can delay final results as well modern elections have seen real-time projections of the winners. Sometimes within hours of, New Jersey. And wide polls closing but the US Constitution does not say that Winners must be declared on Election night throughout the 18000s. It would take days and sometimes weeks for a winner to be announced but people in the United States and abroad want to know what to expect politically come twenty Twenty-One and you can get the latest results updated day and night at cnn.com off. You know, Jim second. Trivia. What is 16 psychic? Is it a grunge band a game show a pavlovian theory for an asteroid? It's a bird. It's a plane. It's an asteroid that was discovered in 1852 and named for a figure in Greek mythology. 10000 quadrillion dollars now that I have your attention we're talking about the possible estimated hypothetical value of an asteroid. But Coral you may be thinking it's a rod but you're right a rock named asteroid 16 psyche that's about the length of Massachusetts scientists have been studying it through pictures gathered by the Hubble Space Telescope and they published new findings in the planet earth science journal. They don't know exactly what it's made of but they think that asteroid 16 psyche could be iron and nickel if it is they say a piece of iron that big would be worth more than all the economy's on Earth combined. Okay. So let's go get it will not so fast time solo. The asteroid is three times farther from the Sun than we are NASA hopes to age to prove there in 2022 researchers. Hope it gathers some secrets of the universe off..
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"Thursday morning in Washington state has been brought to Justice and that's why we start the week here on CNN 10. My name is Carl azuz. I'm happy to see you the Asian giant hornets also known as murderhorn Iraq, because enough things can kill a person first appeared in Washington state last year. People don't know how they got there. These insects are not native to the US. They're also not welcome in secton grotta wage according to the Washington State Department of Agriculture a small number of murder Hornets can wipe out an entire Hive of honeybees and a few hours entomologists have been able to trap some of these insects the largest Hornets on Earth and they used the ones they captured to find their nest first. They glued a tracking device to a murder Hornet, but it fell off and the glue gummed up its wings then they tried to tie a Tracker to log. Hornet with dental floss, but that didn't work either finally entomologists reportedly used glue and floss to keep a Tracker in place and it worked the Hornet LED them to a tree on private property in a town of Blaine. The owner said officials could remove the Hornets and the tree if needed and they used a type of vacuum to clear out the first known Asian giant hornet nest in the US. This doesn't mean the problem is she called as far as we know there are probably still some Asian giant hornets lurking around Northern Washington State. It's Department of Agriculture says if people see one they shouldn't try to trap or kill it themselves but instead reported to State officials who are now up one to nothing in their mission to eliminate the invasive species from northern Washington. We're moving to state south to Northern California. Where wind speeds of seventy miles per hour were in the forecast Sunday that makes Wildfire conditions very dangerous. And that's why Pacific Gas and Electric shut off power to at least three hundred eighty-six thousand homes in business wage. It's done this before the company is trying to prevent its equipment from starting fires and the dry windy conditions and that can happen if powerlines blow over for instance the winds flowing from east to west across Northern California are called the Diablo wins. They typically Blow from the direction of California's Mount Diablo, which is where they get their name. They can be at their worst in the fall. And what makes them. So dangerous drug wildfires is that they can both fan the flames and blow Sparks to new areas causing the fires to spread officials say the power shut off could end Monday or Tuesday in the Western United States need millions of Acres have burned and wildfires this year dozens of lives have been lost and thousands of homes have been destroyed an early winter storm is descending on some parts of the region. It could bring record cold temperatures with it and as much as a foot of snow to the rocky mountain states of Colorado, Montana, Utah and Wyoming so that could help firefighters for some of those who've lost their homes in the blaze off. A CNN hero is continuing his work to provide Shelter One RV at a time. We got to Northern California, you know, it's apocalyptic feel to try to do is almost every home in this community was lost and people don't know what they're going to do and just having worked for the last five years with campfire survivors. We know what they're in for. My name is Woody Faircloth. I'm a 2019 CNN hero and my daughter and I started a non-profit call RV for campfire fam delivered over 80 RVs to residents of the paradise here who lost their homes in that fire and then just recently these wildfires picked up again in the west the devastating results and we heard about the fire and buried Creek and how devastating it was cuz it's only twenty minutes from Paradise with a campfire was located and unfortunately, this fires really affected a lot of First Responders 6 at the 7th volunteer firefighters and Berry Creek, California lost their homes, including the chief and so Moon and I did what we do. We we sourced a couple of donated RVs and we headed out to California we deliver dog. I'm to read Rankin. I just can't say thank you enough. But thank you. I'd really appreciate it cuz want to be coming on here another month and half at least we got somewhere to be off. She loves his community, which he was. I mean, I was worried about to a couple of thousand of his neighbors were left homeless fifteen people were killed in the fire and you know, they've been off the line but she's still up there every day on the line fighting the fire. I can start over somehow and I just got to move him everything down up here and get the fire.
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"Drag away one ended up in a secret service security shack dogs have joined the search even broomsticks been deployed that like in the movie the nutjob. Five raccoons keep coming still there. Can Somebody Chase them away? Chemo's CNN. What a ring tailed to tell of course, they might be looking to Cohen tease the reporters and they did king ca choose kind of a dangerous place. So they can't linger too long because even with their masks on their bathroom risking being identified by the secret service Friday's awesome. Thank you to the students of University High School in Morgantown West Virginia for your comment and for subscribing to our youtube. Channel. I'm Carl Zeus for CNN..
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"On Coral Zeus, this would be the fourth named storm to strike Louisiana in a single Atlantic hurricane season, and that hasn't happened since recordkeeping began in eighteen fifty one. But let's back up a moment when we put this show together, it hadn't happened yet. Hurricane Delta was willing in the Gulf after making. Landfall on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula on Wednesday morning, it was a category two storm when it hit between the resort towns of Cancun and Playa del Carmen that was significantly weaker than forecasters had predicted it would be and well, there was some damage early news reports indicated that it didn't appear to be major, and thankfully no deaths were reported after crossing the Yucatan Hurricane. Delta had weakened to category one status with wind speeds of around. Ninety, miles per hour but it regained strength over the Gulf and meteorologists expected the storm to hit. Louisiana on Friday or Saturday with category to force wind speeds in between ninety six and one hundred, ten miles per hour and a storm surge of ocean water as high as eleven feet over normal time levels. That would be wherever Delta makes landfall. There are no good populated areas for a hurricane to do that. But the Louisiana. Coast is especially vulnerable because that's where Hurricane Laura made landfall in. August residents. There are still dealing with the damage from that category four hurricane which killed fifteen people and damaged or destroyed forty five thousand homes CNN meteorologist Chad Myers says the loose debris that still scattered from Laura could cause more damage when Hurricane Delta hits, we're going to bring it in now to explain why forecast differ in terms of where exactly hurricanes will strike. Well here's a lot about the models, the European versus the American and how are they different? Shows. We're trying to model an atmosphere that has an infinite number of layers from where we live to the top of the atmosphere. It's not nine twelve, thirteen different layers. It's an infinite number, but you can't put infinity into a computer and expect an answer because it will just hang up and keep running the difference between the two models is trying to get a model run. That's accurate and timely timely meaning. We can't have a perfect forecast bird a two day snowstorm. But it might take twenty four hours worth of running the computer to get there. So it was a two day forecast that's only good for one day. Is that worth it? No, we try to get it to run in four hours or less. The European model does take longer to run. There's more data in the European model, and so therefore, it can be slightly more accurate but the American model is pretty close. Originally. Three presidential debates were planned between incumbent Republican president, DONALD TRUMP and democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden but a lot of questions marks popped up yesterday concerning the second debate. It was originally set for October Fifteenth in Miami Florida but yesterday about a week after president trump was diagnosed with corona virus the commission on presidential debates said, the October fifteenth event would be virtual the Biden campaign agreed to that. The trump campaign did not the president said he wouldn't hold a debate virtually if the commission postpones next week's event both campaigns have agreed to the debate on October twenty second but the Biden camp wants that to be the last one while the trump camp wants that end of Third Debate rescheduled for the twenty ninth. So less than a month before the election, the debate schedule is up in the air. Ten. Second. Trivia, what are the names of the two full moons that occur this month harvested hunters woven harvest porn buck or wolf and blood October twenty twenty. Sees both harvest moon and hunter's mood. The Harvest Moon is the full moon that occurs closest to the autumnal equinoxes. This year's equinoxes was on September twenty second the closest full moon to that was right at the beginning of October, but there's another full moon coming up later this month the hunters moon named for when people hunted meat to us in the winter and is CNN ten contributor Tyler Moulton reports that's not the only nickname for the second full moon this month tyler. Carl. A full moon will occur on Halloween this year making the night extra spooky for trick or treaters. Can you think of anything more twenty twenty? This will be the second full moon to occur this month. This rare occurrence of having two full moons in one month only happens about every two to three years on average. The reason every month features a full moon yet the lunar cycle and our calendars aren't perfectly synchronized every few years the stars align and we get to and one month. This is the modern definition of a blue moon spoiler alert though it's in name only the moon won't actually be the color blue. You see the images floating around social media of a moon that is blue. It's probably been filtered. The last time we had a blue moon was back in March of two thousand eighteen. The next one will occur in about three years from now in. August twenty, twenty, three Oh and it's been quite a while since we last had a full moon on Halloween for all US timezones, you'll have to go all the way back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, four for that. So Carl go ahead Martha Calendar and get your camera ready. It should make for a really boo to full but eerie once in a blue moon Halloween night. We have a report on news writing. It's new you can find it online. I. Think it's effective. This is not the way to tell a story. Then finally, we're providing some tips on more effective news writing. It's part of our partnership with at and T.'s youth voices collective. We've been assembling a series of special editions featuring this guy who writes an anchor CNN ten plus student questions about journalism. The newest video is available right now you can find youtubecom slash CNN ten and at CNN ten dot com. A Badger, some snakes, birds, Guinea pigs, and a cody. These are some of the animals that roamed around the White House during the presidency of Theodore Roosevelt and they were at pests president. Roosevelt really like animals now though some White House, residents of the uninvited variety are wreaking havoc or at least really distracting reporters. raccoons there's an invasion crawling around the media cables on the White House lawn sniffing at bags of gear. Burst making a beeline for CNN's Joe Johns in the middle of a live shot get. There is. Now. No events on the president's scheduled today and maybe think, Joel, seem to many movie raccoons someone need a Hug. You to mind wobble footstool justice scaring. Coons were harmed in this exercise if this was your second run in with a raccoon. Just. The week before as Joe was about to go live I felt something on my leg and the first thing I thought was it was a cameraman from another network and I looked down and raccoon that had just grabbed. My leg law enforcement is on the hunt spotlighting them with their flashlights throwing some sort of sandbag. which the raccoon actually tried to.
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"One. Gord. Looking it was gorgeous. A fine specimen simply fruits in eight debating punk retutn is the obvious hallo winner. Of course, they would carve out time to re Gordon is it and who needs a beauty pageant when you can have a Pumpkin budget devil high school you're looking great from Monroe Louisiana. Thank you for your comment and our Youtube Channel. News in CNN ten we'll see you on Monday..
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"Of October International military tensions headlines CNN 10. I'm your host Carl azuz. It's always good to have you watching we've reported before on the controversy concerning artificial Chinese island off South China Sea today. We're exploring International tensions with Russia on the other side of the northern hemisphere in the Black Sea this Eastern European body of water is strategically important because it connects the Mediterranean to the Atlantic Ocean. It's surrounded by Ukraine, Russia, Georgia. Turkey, Romania and Bulgaria those three last countries are members of NATO the North Atlantic Treaty Organization that gave them a lies of the United States another NATO member. The organization was created in 1949 to protect Western European nations against the Soviet Union and in recent years as Russia has off Moves to assert its power in the Black Sea region. NATO members have been making moves of their own to assert the strength of their military Alliance. There have been questions about that strength in recent years. NATO countries are supposed to spend 2% of their gross domestic product on their militaries, but while America has done that most other NATO countries haven't u.s. President Donald Trump has repeatedly criticized NATO members for not spending enough on the alliance. So critics have questioned if the US is still committed to Nato. The leader of the US European command says America's security commitments to Nato are quote Ironclad as a demonstration of that American planes and ships have been conducting military exercises in the area around the Black Sea and they've been harassed by Russian planes in the process. The u.s. Navy on the Move deep into what Russia considers its backyard. We're on board Maritime Warfare and surveillance plane in the Black Sea wage is a heavily militarized region and we're told Russian jets are in the air the crew spots one creeping up. It's an s u 27 fighter jet. It seems to be moving out of reach home. But suddenly our plane is buzzed the encounter fast. We catch the fighter just as it's pulling away could be an unpredictable pilot, maybe a new pilot or something like that. So that can always be a challenge to keep on constant alert when we're being intercepted. The crew is tracking several other Russian Jets nearby the counters like this one with Russia war planes are not uncommon for US military personnel flying off places like the blacks against the fact that US military says, they're becoming more common and always say some of them are conducted in an unsafe manner in late, August to Russian interceptors nearly Rampage. B-52 operating here and what the US says was an unsafe intercept Russia says it was operating according to International Norms, but there's no doubt Moscow is growing more Brazen the p8 flying straight into the lions den right off Russia's main Black Sea Naval Port Sebastopol on the Crimean Peninsula the crew attract ten Russian military base nearby including this kilo class submarine before checking on a US Destroyer the Roosevelt, which was also being shadowed.
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"Are not many things dogs can do but detecting coronavirus is not one of them or is it that's one of the stories we have lined up for you today on CNN 10. I'm Carl azuz. We're starting with US President Donald Trump's pick for the next associate Justice of the Supreme Court the nominee whom the president announced Saturday is Amy Coney Barrett. She currently serves on the 7th us Circuit Court of Appeals. She's also a law professor at the University of Notre Dame. She is a woman of unparalleled achievement towering intellect Sterling credentials and unyielding Faith loyalty to the Constitution. If confirmed to the high court the Forty eight year old mother of seven would replace associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg who passed away on September 18th from complications of birth. Created cancer if the Senate does me the honour of confirming me I pledge to discharge the responsibilities of this job to the very best of my ability. I love the United States and I love the United States Constitution. The Constitution says the president needs the advice and consent of the senate for his Supreme Court nominations to be confirmed and politicians are divided over the nomination as we told you last week Democrats and Republicans each want their own party to confirm Supreme Court Justices Democrats tend to nominate more liberal members of the Court Republicans tend to nominate more conservative members and because Republicans currently control the senate members of their party are hoping they'll move quickly on Judge berret's confirmation hearings. We are obviously very phone's just and unified behind the president nominating we're going to be following what's happening in the Senate closely. They ought to move to confirm quickly. We think that the American people have spoken in terms of this election cycle. The president has the Constitutional obligation responsibility to name a Justice Democrats want to wait until after the upcoming presidential election to hold confirmation hearings. They're hoping they'll win more power in that election. They could give them a better chance of nominating their own Supreme Court Justice. Yes process is a sham illegitimate barely a month before the May election when voters in eleven states are already casting their ballots. They deserve a voice in this consequential Choice judge Barrett Senate confirmation hearings are set to begin on October 12th. If she's confirmed. She'll be President Trump's third Supreme Court appointment 10-second trivia, which of these dog breeds is believed to be the most intelligent a German Shepherd Weimaraner border terrier or Siberian Husky of these options. The German Shepherd is at the top of the list and it has an excellent sense of loss. Smell as well. Dog smell much better than we do. And if you've ever brought one in from the rain, you'll disagree with that. But we're talking about their sense of smell. It's thought to be thousands of times more sensitive than ours and now research being done to find out if dogs can sniff out coronavirus in airline passengers the same way the animals are used to detect drugs or explosives at the University of Helsinki preliminary tests indicated that dogs can be trained to detect covid-19. When days before symptoms begin. This hasn't been proven yet. But researchers are Dudley determined. And wasting as an airport in Finland valo Casa de Mina and e t k 9 detectives on the trail of an unwanted import the dogs are part of a pilot project announced by helsinki's main International Airport on Tuesday. They're being trained to detect positive cases of covid-19 wage a lovely local officials seized how it works volunteer Travelers swipe their skin drop the sample into a cup and it's given to a dog to sniff within a minute timer belt. If this test is positive the participant is asked to take a swab test to see whether the dog is right so far this trial what is the accuracy of the dogs? Well so far we've only done three days and so far we have only two positive ones do at this stage. We can't do any early statistics yet. Dogs are already used to slip out explains. This food whether they can detect covid-19 is still in question researchers say they still don't fully understand the science behind a dog's nose. Well, we actually have no idea what it says that it's it detects and I think that it'll take us years and years to know that because there's actually no Machinery on Earth that has the same sensitivity as a dog house. What makes a good sniffer dog. Is it a certain type of breed is it how they're brought up good sniffer dog is one that loves treats. So it's usually lock the doors and golden retrievers. The trial is expected to run through the end of the year if successful there are hopes, there's fast and non-invasive screening could be rolled out across Finland walk around the world. It's possible that these dogs go around 2,000 just in a similar way then then custom docks do but there's caution from others wage. If I need a medical diagnosis, I would go to appropriate doctor and and proper testing to get the results. If the trial is a success sniffer dogs could be a useful tool to detect covid-19. And that's not to be sniffed at Anna Stewart CNN, London. CNN Heroes are everyday folks who make an extraordinary difference in their communities a great example of this is Greg daily his work to assist 140 senior citizens in his community started with a single phone call and it's one of the people he helped puts it he has a good heart and a great Soul. He's.
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"This, August twenty, twenty twenty were thankful to have you watching CNN ten. Thankful to have you watching anytime on loose and the first story were explaining today is a controversy concerning mail in voting in America. Here's a down the middle look at what's going on every US state has some way for Americans to vote without actually appearing at a polling location because of concerns. Over the spread of Corona virus interest has exploded in mail in voting CNN contributor Kelly Mena has info on how exactly that works Kelly thinks Carl. Now, let's take a look at what Malin or absentee voting meets. Traditionally the majority of voters show up in verse into cast their ballots for primary and general elections built by males when voters ought data showing up in person. To then cast their ballot through the mail. This process depending on the state usually starts when a voter requests her ballot, the mail. Then election officials send the official ballot to the voter who builds it out and sends it back to be counted at least thirty four states. Now allow voters to request an absentee ballot without the need of excuse, currently seven states require. An excuse to vote by mail places like New, York and Texas though that may change other places like California and Nevada have decided to send about to every registered voter even those who didn't apply for the auction. Caro. The question now remains with the pantomime creating a once in a lifetime challenge for elections. What impact will this have on the general election in the fall? Thanks Kelli that question is at the root of a blooming controversy. The trump administration is planning to sue Nevada and at least one other state for their plans to mail a ballot to every voter. Many Republicans and critics of bailing voting say increases the risk of fraud in part because election officials like poll workers won't be there in person to make sure the votes are cast freely and fairly then he democrats supporters have mailing voting say it's already been shown to work in several states and that it opens up the opportunity to vote to more people a number of experts on this issue say it's not clear if mail in voting benefits one party over the other, there's no guarantee that either. Democrats or Republicans would have an advantage with mail in ballots but an American infectious disease specialist says as long as people follow social distancing guidelines. There's no reason why they can't vote in person this fall. So how all this plays out to be seen another layer to this controversy concerns the US Postal Service this year the agency had planned to limit the overtime hours. Employees could work and remove some mail sorting machines and public mailboxes. The Postal Service has been losing money for years and the postmaster general says it's plans were meant to cut costs but critics including many Democrats say the changes were made under pressure from the trump administration, which they accuse of trying to intentionally slowdown service in anticipation of. In votes, the postmaster general denies that and says, any further changes will be delayed until after the election Democratic leaders in the House of Representatives planned to hold a vote this weekend on billions of additional funding for the Agency experts in the post office itself say handles far more male over Christmas, than it would through mail in ballots and that it would have no problem processing them. Next story, heat fires, power outages, three challenges plaguing California right now, I there's been a brutal heatwaves over the American. West California isn't the only state that's been affected but has seen at least seven records broken this week with temperatures of one hundred and nine degrees recorded in Burbank and one hundred eleven in Paso Robles that along with low humidity and high winds has fueled wildfires, their dozens of. Them burning in northern California, the governor has declared a statewide emergency to speed up help to those who need it and whether or not there directly affected by the fires. Millions of Californians, have been directly affected by power outages. Electrical grids have been struggling to keep up with demand under the excessive heat and cooling centers where people can go to get relief have limited capacity because of corona virus. Corona virus does not impact everyone equally the disease coded in 'cause few or even no symptoms and a significant percentage of people. For others and may lead to severe illness hospitalization or even death. They're all sorts of different factors that come into play your age, your race whether or not you have pre existing medical conditions and what is your access to medical care nearly eighty percent of all coronavirus deaths in the United States have occurred in people over the age of sixty five while only about three percent of deaths occurred in people on the age of forty. But this corona virus can more severely impact people of any age if they have certain underlying conditions according to the CDC hospitalizations are six times higher and debts are twelve times higher for people with underlying conditions about forty one percent of adults in the United States have at least one underlying medical condition that may put them at higher risk of severe illness or death from covid nineteen. These underlying conditions include obesity, diabetes, Heart, disease cancer, and longer kidney disease, and the medical community is still learning when it comes to these underlying conditions races. Another factor that can increase the risk of severe illness from covid nineteen. This is often due to underlying causes including social conditions and structural inequalities. We know covid nineteen disproportionately affects black America with mortality rates for Black Americans being two point, three times higher than that of white Americans just over thirteen percent of the total US population is black but keep in mind approximately twenty five percent of covid nineteen deaths in the United States, and now among the black population, the virus does appear to affect men and women differently with men having more severe outcomes and even when people do recover from covid nineteen, there can still be longterm implications for their overall health. We're still learning a lot about that. Now, if you do fall into one of these vulnerable populations, chances are you're still going to recover from this disease statistics are still on your side. I'm will ripley in Hong Kong New Zealand is deploying hundreds of army troops to guard isolation hotels where patients with covert nineteen or being kept in isolation along with their family members and close contacts. This as the nation continues to test tens of thousands of people per day on Wednesday they only identified six new cases that is the lowest number this week assigned at the social distancing measures including a lockdown of New Zealand's largest city of Auckland seem to be working. I met rivers in Mexico, city that a World Health Organization briefing officials once again highlighted how dire the situation is right now in the Americas this region which makes up North Central and South America only accounts for about thirteen percent of the world's population but sixty four percent of all the officially recorded deaths due to this virus have come in this part of the world. Meanwhile, some good news here in Mexico as officials say that newly confirmed cases, each day are going down this though as newly confirmed deaths each day remain among the highest of any country in the world. I'm Melissa Bell in Paris here in Europe governments announcing day off today fresh measures to try and bring. There's alarming corona virus figures under control the most impacted countries by that recent surge in the number of new cases, France Spain, Greece, Croatia of those countries that Europeans have been heading to for their summer break. The question now is what happens when people come back to work cities like Paris hit hard by new corona virus rises with the government announcing now that people are going to have to wear masks inside their open plan offices that delicate balance between the infringement on civil liberties and the need to bring this outbreak under control Cathy, not for the time being result here. Ten Seconds Trivia, which of these animals is not.
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"This is the only complete great set shield on the entire London Underground network and this has been here since nineteen eighty four. And we'll be here for the placebo feature the whole of the non been built with basically shields just like these. The line was extended further south to loft bree started excavating the extension but they ran out of money and instead of dismantling the entire thing they just decided to put concrete into the tunnel and seal it up that way probably with the hopes that maybe one day they would be able to finish the job but they never did the London Underground such a fundamental city. Everyone equates London breath experiences is that you're actually able to go see and feel viscerally. Experience store spaces the robotic dogs. We've seen from busted dynamics aren't exactly the cuddly. Furry sort you want to pick up and stuttle then again. This ain't no therapy dog. Its name is spot. It's not trained but his program it's job is to play. A prerecorded message in a human voice to encourage people to practice. Social distancing spots cameras can also estimate how many people are hanging around. This is a pilot program at a park in Singapore. And if it's successful more people have more parks could see more spots in the days ahead. Just the sight of that would make some people scaredy cats and those who break the law could see spot as man's best fiend. But if you're not a cat person you're not dogged by robots and you're not afraid of a canine crimefighter a little mcgruff around the edges. You will mind walking with spot. As long as the project isn't short-circuited Puyallup. High School is watching today for Puyallup Washington. It was great. See your comment at our Youtube Channel. I'm Zeus and CNN. Ten will be tomorrow..
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"Well it's springtime we're still producing our show. You're still finding ways to watch. It and Fridays are still awesome. So at least this pandemic hasn't changed everything. I'm coral is for CNN. Ten some American intelligence officials say it may never be known exactly where covert nineteen came from. Scientists originally believed it started spreading from seafood and animal market and Wuhan. But we told you last week how researchers didn't all agree with that explanation and now US government. Investigators say they're looking at several theories for how the virus got into people and started spreading including the possibility that it came from a Chinese Research Laboratory. Wuhan American intelligence officials are examining whether some kind of accident led dacoven nineteen getting out of the lab and into the public. They say they don't think it was developed as a biological weapon they also say it's too early to draw any conclusions and the Chinese government has denied that lab research led to the corona virus pandemic but the search for answers continues as the disease continues to spread us. President Donald Trump says America is passed the peak on new corona virus cases. So he's looking at ways to reopen certain parts of the country but some health experts say more testing is still needed before that should happen and the governor of New York state with the most cases says businesses and schools there. We'll stay shutdown until at least may fifteenth. We know that for you. Students watching our show. This is not how you pictured the school year panning out especially you graduating seniors. So here's a look at some of the challenges that American teenagers are facing. And how they're overcoming them as a freshman they kind of tell you like. Oh you know everything can build up to. Senior year and kind of everything is going down the drain now. Me and my team really like motivation. Terminates going Timpson next year? I'll be like very like trump down by happens alive. Miss macy's my mental health has affected so much of my senior year and then for corona virus take like the remainder of that is definitely something that has been hard.
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"Despite sub-zero Winds Finding Wolf here is thermal springs. Bubble across the mountain people have bathed in ONS as they're known here for central's a winter wonderland yes. The Japanese History Remembers Coda as a place of disaster. Whether cold claimed the lives of a military expedition. Gone wrong over a century ago Coca Cola you watch in landscape can be both beautiful and severe. This is how Coda and that's the nature of nature but it's something that I want visitors to experience and enjoy air through guys like me. Snowy wild and for Ono a world of silence worth the track there have been seismic changes around the world during the ongoing corona virus pandemic and we mean that literally with lockdowns in place around the world. There are fewer vibrations in the earth. That are normally caused by highway. Traffic Trains buses people moving around going about their daily lives. The relative quietness has led to what scientists call less seismic noise and that is made it easier for them to detect events like small earthquakes. So this is all a shakeup. Tectonically people still wake up. But they meet electrically the ground who shifted. It's changed the nation's the footing is shakier. There are fewer goodbye rations. This both in our world and it seismic make troubling story time and plate of Zeus. Our last stop today is in Roseville. California. We're happy to see the students have Roseville high school. Thank you for taking the time to watch CNN set..
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"Welcome CNN ten. encore zoos introducing part two of our series on facebook. The highly successful and controversial controversial company is celebrating. Its Fifteenth Birthday and on the heels of yesterday's report that focused on its founder. Today's special examines the decisions. That were made. That grew the company into what it is today and contributed to some of the challenges faced the social media application. Didn't always look. We know it today. It used to be more static if you wanted to see he would. Someone was up to you. Had to click on his or her profile now. Of course information is fed to you but what's become a defining part of the product has had a bumpy road breaking in developing news stories. Or just a click away at CNN dot com meantime for us. Laurie Segal takes us back inside a social media behemoth. It was Lee's June two thousand six. Yahu offered a billion dollars to buy facebook at the time. It seemed almost incomprehensible. Most of the management team. Really we thought that we should sell. I remember one late night conversation with one of my closest advisers where he sat me down. It was probably eleven o'clock and he said Mark. If you don't sell the company you were going to regret this decision for the rest of your life and it was just really intense. You think when he said when Dustin. I made the decision to not sell the company within eighteen months every single person on the management team left. Did you ever question yourself that. You're making the right decision. Because I was I was twenty two. I didn't I didn't have an exact plan of what was going to happen. It was incredibly scary crazy. Arrogant confident it's all of those things and that is the curse of. The autocrat is smiled cocktail of vision. Willpower a little bit of arrogance a little bit of confidence and saying Oh thank you but I believe something else an arrogance or perhaps Hubris that many have said let facebook into some of the serious troubles. It's facing now but then it was the vision. For what would come next. That played out three months later. September two thousand six the birth of news feed people it was simply go to somebody's profiled and they will go to the next person profile and the next person's profile and facebook like a Ha. We need to actually bring this all together and just show you. What's going on with your friends ends especially those friends that are most important to you and that was of course? The Dawn of the now famous algorithm newsfeed would completely overhaul the site giving a real time. Feed of your friends ends in your family here. I'm gearing up for this fantastic launch. An all the engineers are so excited facebook's former PR director remembers how everything thing changed in a minute. We saw these this group that became a million people protesting against newsfeed using newsfeed. Backlash was extreme. The phone started ringing off the hook thousands of emails of people. Saying what have you done any new down. What have you done to my facebook? I think they were sort of law to buy facebook taking activity and publishing. It was one of these first. Privacy Scares facebook But newsfeed survived and thrived ultimately became the thing that is a core facebook. The news feed and it's not one of the course facebook but miss the core of every social media application used. It was facebook's first hand to privacy issues down the line the stakes only got higher as the platform connected the world. Aw Welcome to December two thousand seven also known as that time. facebook ruined Christmas. There was a guy who bought a diamond ring for his wife and all of his friends. It flashed up on their screening. His first wife Christmas ruined. He said it was facebook's first big privacy MRI scandal thousands work outrage. It were really ticked off ticked off by FACEBOOK's first real attempt at making money it was an ad product called all beacons. Facebook user can log into e commerce sites using your facebook identification. And then when you buy something all your friends are going to find out about it and facebook goes like. This is such a cool innovative way to get involved in commerce and not be doing boring old advertising to say they got it. Wrong wasn't understatement this soon after the news feed outrage but like many beds soccer Berg made that paid off. This was different story of facebook. Beacon is the time we're facebook looking got really Brookland. It was a privacy and PR disaster. It took the company a month to react facebook yesterday. They apologized and said that. Now you can entirely opt out of this program but the loss of trust was damaging. It was officially time to bring in the operator that many any beliefs Dunkelberg needed to help run facebook. That person was Sheryl Sandberg at the time. You're thirty years old. You're managing being four thousand employees at Google leaving for a company that barely had any revenue. And you felt like this was the opportunity. I felt like this was a great opportunity. A lot of people said to me. What are you doing? FACEBOOK was really small. It doesn't seem to be growing that quickly and I told them I'm going to work with and for someone I really believe in who I think is trying to do something really important. Those early years was Cheryl at the helm would lead to tremendous growth. As would facebook's next move it would eventually be called platform. It was the first time that facebook was opening the site. Eight to allow outside technology companies and or certain cases individual developers to build something that would work with the site it would prove to be one of the most important moves. The company may down the line would lead to fundamental questions and concerns about how the company handled handled user data giving third party developers the ability to create their own applications by accessing facebook user data. facebook platform is why you can follow your friends playlists. It's y you can see your friend's birthdays on your calendar and remember. I think the early form of platform was sharing more more data. Architects were focused on the good as it went live in two thousand seven. It was a moneymaker at at the moment it went live and would lead to tremendous innovation and growth but years later it would become the root of one of the company's biggest scandal. And so there's always a catch twenty two whenever you're giving voice to people who didn't have a voice before they soon discovered policing content was complicated an issue that would only grow as was facebook group and moving into two thousand. Twelve Zuckerberg was close to a billion users and gearing up for the company's massively anticipated dissipated. IPO questions are coming out. Is facebook really living up to the heights but there was a problem. smartphones were on the rise and facebook wasn't a mobile first APP. It was easier to access it from a computer so Zuckerberg did something atypical. He bought a company during what was known as the quiet period. Why the need need to go on a buying spree? It was really connected to this whole transition to mobile phones being the main way that we use technology. INSTAGRAM was one of the most download L.. Not Applications on the IPHONE Zuckerberg went out and just put like a humongous money about a money on the table and bought instagram. And everyone said you're crazy. What are you doing here and I actually told turns out to be a billion dollars? They gotTA keep. I think there are a lot of people that doubted whether or not this was really a good acquisition. And if you look back now it makes so much sense. It was an investment in facebook's mobile strategy and it helped the company bolster its portfolio. Go ahead of the IPO. This book is set to go public this week in what could be the biggest. IPO In history going public is an important milestone with the world watching everything that could go wrong went wrong stock that maybe the bad week to go public facebook face the beginning of the wildest period the stock tanked and continued to for a hundred and nine days and it was the definition of roller coaster in in every way and during all of this the one person we didn't hear from Mark Zuckerberg echoed a tiny little bit when mark and Sheryl were are quiet for a three plus days after the Cambridge analytica crisis. I think mark at the time just very firmly believed that we're going to focus on building holding our stuff instead of talking about stuff until Zuckerberg spoke for the first time at this point. It was a highly anticipated interview. Welcome into tech-rich disrupt and thanks for coming next having me this is defining moment. Your Ice Skater stepping on for the state. And you know you gotTa Nail It. Performance of the stock has obviously been EH disappointing. We already see mobile. Users are more likely to be. I'm daily active users of facebook fed. We're going to be focused on mobile and anyone one who doesn't bring to my office. Mocks prototypes that are based on mobile rather than desktop will be kicked out. We have almost five hundred million mobile tasers. They made the shift and it would pay off. Eventually the stock price went up Zuckerberg's bet on instagram also paid off in a big way.
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"It was used for CNN ten you know what fridays are awesome that may not be breaking news exactly but in the EU is an economic and political partnership of twenty eight countries it's existed since nineteen ninety-three and no country has ever left the e. u. since it was from the EU in what's called a no deal brexit but without an agreement in place that could create some temporary instability for both britain and the european union the governor up theresa may britain's previous prime minister was able to reach a deal with the european union on the terms of the brexit but britain's parliament which needs to approve the the deal i didn't it rejected that agreement and that eventually led to prime minister may's resignation now prime minister boris johnson has struck a new deal with the european union but will parliament vote to approve that we'll see this weekend if britain's parliament rejects this new agreement it could lead to ordeal brexit or the deadline could be extended once again for britain and the european union to reach another deal that's happened several times this year.
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"In seven days into October we thank you for taking the time to watch. CNN ten money was Carla's use our down the Middle Coverage fifties but US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have met twice since last summer making history in the process they've been trying to see if the and establish a lasting diplomatic relationship and lasting peace on the Korean Peninsula there's been no major agreement yet a key issue between them is North Korea's clear program the country sees that as it's right the international community which includes the US sees the program as illegal and America has put strict sanctions in place limits on parts of North Korea's economy that are intended to pressure the communist country to give up its nuclear program North Korea wants those sanctions removed but timing has been the sticking point North Korea wants all of the American sanctions lifted before the country gives up its nuclear weapons the US wants North Korean to get rid of its nuclear weapons before the sanctions are lifted so it's an issue of who makes the first move the two sides have continued to go shooting though over the weekend American North Korean delegates met in Sweden for talks at the working level meaning neither of the country's leaders nor top officials were there but negotiators from both sides so how did the talks go that depends on whom you ask working-level talks between the US North Korea ended in Stockholm Sweden and judging from the responses from both sides you could imagine they were incompletely different meetings this often happens between the US and North Korea we heard the North Koreans that there were no fresh ideas that they were very upset that these talks had broken dying and we heard from the US side that they had a very good discussion and there were plenty off fresh ideas to what we heard from Kim Jung Il he's the the North Korean who is leading the delegation he said that the US was sticking into old attitudes and old ideas now what we can read into that is that potentially the US was not willing to ease sanctions immediately before seeing any clete moves from the North Korean side but we did hear from from the US side Steve Biko was leading those discussions we heard from a State Department spokesperson saying that I believe the North Korean comments actually characterized the eight and a half hour discussion they said there were good discussions that were fresh ideas they also said that had invited them back in two weeks time to continue the discussions and they believed that that was going to happen from the North Korean side they said that the US should should go away and should think about what it has done and decide by the end of the year if it was going to come up with anything new also saying that they are now at a crossroads of Royal Oak or confrontation now this is not the first time that this has happened a very different idea of the discussions at hand but at least the two sides had discussed for eight and a half hours which is one good side whether they meet in another couple of weeks we simply don't know Paula hancocks CNN Hong Kong in an average year between five and ten people in America get sick with the virus called eastern equine encephalitis it's a disease carried by mosquitoes this year there have already been thirty two cases mostly in the northeastern U. S. and its particularly alarming since the virus kills about thirty percent of those who get infected scientists say most outbreaks of e take place from the late spring through early fall but they don't know why this outbreak is worse than previous ones he is carried in birds mosquitoes that bite them and also bite humans can spread it experts say there's a large population of birds in Massachusetts that have new immune the virus so that could be a starting point the virus itself might have mutated to spread more easily also there was a lot of humidity and heat in the northeast purpose Keita's thrive in those conditions and scientists say a hard frost will kill off the insects when it hits until that happens they recommend using insect silence wearing long pants and long sleeves and staying indoors from dusk to dawn when mosquito activity is highest in fact the University of Connecticut had a foot game scheduled for seven PM on Saturday they moved it up to noon over concerns about the e Rhode Island is another state being affected well a Rhode Island baseball team squeezes in late summer practice up above something is happening in the state for the first time in nearly thirty years aerial spraying to kill mosquitoes a last line of defense in the states fight against triple E. There are certain conditions like this year where we have to go above and beyond that's normal measures because people's health is at risk eastern equine encephalitis this or triple E. is a virus transmitted by mosquitoes through a mosquito bite and can cause a rare brain infection sometimes death have a couple three at least candidate female mosquitoes in here I'll get man is an entomologist for the state he stood need mosquitoes for twenty seven years tracking their habitats and what diseases they could carry like West Nile and triple e. you're around mosquitoes does all the time are you alarmed by this spike that we're seeing well yes this is a very very unusual year we're having here in southern doing nothing quite like this has been observed before where ee has become so widespread at least thirty people have become ill in sixty this year after being bitten by mosquitoes carrying Tripoli eleven of them have died finding answers as to why the widespread spike starts with catching mosquitoes you're laying more traps now at the direction of the state why we all want to know in this very unusual year much EA- is out there where is it what species of mosquito is it in etcetera gettman leaves the traps overnight and by next morning well that's a good ski no catch for this time of year next it's back to the lab where those mosquitoes are frozen and separated by species that's our weekly routine is produce these vials and get them up to our state health department we're the mosquitoes are ground up and tested for the presence of Triple E. The results informed state officials about next steps on how to combat the disease it's a process repeated every summer we really can't predict it's going to be a bad summer while the diseases cyclical and outbreaks happen every few years officials say determining why it's setting records now we'll take time what would you say that people that are really worry the threat is out there that's the obvious message to the public is to remain vigilant per check yourself for mosquito bites for the rest of the season Second Trivia Herculaneum wasn't ancient city buried by the eruption of what Volcano Mount Etna Santamaria none the Sylvia's or galerias seventy nine but if it works it could unravel anything from an ancient Christian text to a Greek philosophical texts to a first century grocery list there are just no telling what's it but the leader of the research team says if we've made the effort to save the scroll we should try to read.
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"It. With question words mooring today on CNN ten he's China's government holding masses of Chinese Muslims in concentration camps. That's what a US defense official recently announced at a new the weaker are mostly Muslim ethnic group and millions of them live in China, historically, they have not had a great relationship with the Chinese government and in recent years. The Chinese government has detained large numbers of the US says many as three million of them in massive camps Wiegert who've been released from these camps say they're like prisons aimed at getting rid of weaker, culture and religion and instilling it with propaganda from China's communist government that government has repeatedly denied holding large amounts of Wieger citizens. China says it has set up what it calls training centers that are necessary to prevent terrorism and Chinese government run newspaper says the nation's she Jong region where many Wheaties live has been quote, shielded from the fl. Flow of international terrorism like the attack that occurred recently in Sri Lanka. Chinese government officials suggested that the US abandoned bias in quote, stop interfering in China's domestic affairs, but an investigation by the guardian a British newspaper suggested that China has destroyed dozens of mosques since twenty sixteen and while China's government officially recognizes five religions, including Islam that government is also officially atheist, and according to the council on foreign relations, an American nonprofit research group, China's government exercises control over religion, Christian pastors, for example, have to undergo training to make sure their sermons are adapted to communist party guidelines reporting on the struggles of Wiegert has challenges all its own China doesn't have the same freedom of the press as America does. So American reporters there have found plenty of obstacles in their investigations. CNN Beijing bureau to spend a week reporting in the western Chinese province of Xinjiang, and it's not an easy place to do journalism. So we wanted to show you a little bit of what we went through. But I think more importantly tell you why that matters sheen Jong is the province where the US says China has detained up to two million people nearly all Muslims in camps over the last few years activists say Beijing has done that to try and eliminate Islam within its borders ex-detainees told CNN they were tortured inside while undergoing political indoctrination China denies that and says these camps aren't prisons, but voluntary vocational training centers that are being used to not eliminate Islam only Islam extremism. Now, China's government says that she Jong is wide open for us to freely report there, maybe in theory, but in reality that's just not true, for example, upon landing. There are welcome gift was a government tale. We've already been followed by three or four guys including one of them who I've seen follow us from the second. We got out of the baggage area that would be this, man. He and at least a dozen others. Followed us every single hour of our six day trip. Never more than twenty feet away in the car in the train station in the hotel in the room next to mine. Bit of ovulating to be in your hotel room one in the morning and knowing. The other side of this connecting door, which leads to the room next door lease where he four the guys who've been falling this round or past couple this it felt like intimidation tactics. They wanted us to know that we were being followed. And then of course, there were the uniformed cops that showed up at odd hours check on the visit. It's almost hammer. So I I know, but I was sleeping. Just seems necessary. Okay. Sorry. Okay. So this is what happens when you do journalism and change I've lived here for nearly four years. And I've watched things have gotten tougher and tougher for foreign journalists on all types of different story. She John is probably just the most extreme example, but beyond just being followed their worthy more obvious attempts to try and make sure that we saw nothing. They didn't want us to for example, a highway. We were on was closed for hours due to an accident. Nowhere to be seen. Not to mention spontaneous roadblocks that specifically target foreigners and ethnic minorities. Our ideas were checked nearly fifty times in six days and the second you book a flight or a train the government knows about it. And you can tell that because well government officials are waiting for you upon arrival. They clearly we were coming. They met us at the airport. They're checking our visas. They're telling us they want to accompany us for our own safety. But really this is just stalling tactics. They know it we know it, and yet this is the game we have to play China's ministry of foreign affairs say they don't know anything about the harassment we faced but said she Jong is quote open and hospitable. The constant tales the constant harassment the constant delays there more than just inconvenient. They are specific tactics. China's government has employed for a long time to prevent journalists from doing their jobs, but in the last few years, there is broad agreement in the foreign journalism community here that it's gotten worse. Nowhere more. So than she John. The end result is that it's nearly impossible to freely report on the hundreds of thousands of people that are likely languishing in camps right now. And that means that the rest of the world can't really see what's going on there. This is one of the biggest human rights stories on earth. And as we saw firsthand China is actively trying to cover it up. Second purview. 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