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Rubiks Cube Inventor-Rubiks intro and wrap

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00:56 sec | 1 d ago

Rubiks Cube Inventor-Rubiks intro and wrap

"The inventor of the Rubik's Cube has some tips on how to solve the puzzle. Erno Rubik invented the cube in 1974 in Hungary. About three years to cross the borders. And after that, in two or three years, it became a real worldwide craze. The original three by three Rubik says 43 quintillion possible configurations. If a problem is complex, you need to how can I say divide the problem for smaller elements? In 2010, a group of mathematicians and computer programmers proved any Rubik's Cube can be solved in 20 moves for Rubik himself, give him a cube and before you know it. The current record holder solved a Rubik's Cube in 3.47 seconds. I'm Ed Donahue

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Tiger Woods doesn't 'have much left in this leg' to compete

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00:51 sec | 2 d ago

Tiger Woods doesn't 'have much left in this leg' to compete

"Woods withdrew from playing at the tournament he's hosting in Bermuda this weekend. I don't have much left in his leg. The injury is plantar fasciitis in his right foot. I can take golf balls. It's the walking that just hurts. The plantar fasciitis is related to injuries would suffered in a car crash in 2021, which ended any hope of him playing on a regular basis. Geralt for the biggest ones and hopefully lightning catches in a bottle and I'm up there in contention with a chance to win and I hope that I remember how to do that. Tiger Woods also doesn't have much hope for the PGA Tour and Greg Norman Saudi funded rival league live getting along. Not with Greg there and his animosity towards the tour itself. I don't see that happening. As Rory said, and I said it as well. I think Greg has got to leave. Lawsuits and counter lawsuits have been filed. I'm Ed Donahue

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World Cup frenzy puts strain on Qatar's camels

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00:45 sec | 3 d ago

World Cup frenzy puts strain on Qatar's camels

"More than a million fans are in the country to watch soccer's big event. There's a lot to do. Take pictures with falcons, wander through the alleyways of traditional markets and ride on a camel's back. Ali jaber Al Ali is a camel herder. He says now we have 60 camels and even with 60 we can't catch up. We can't handle it. It's been busy and crowded. The tourist they love it. Argentina soccer fan Juan gua says it's actually an incredible feeling because you feel like a royal. Before the World Cup, Ali might fetch about 20 camel rides a day. It's been 500 rides in the morning, followed by another 500 in the evening. I'm Ed Donahue.

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Community Farm-Farm intro and wrap

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00:57 sec | 3 d ago

Community Farm-Farm intro and wrap

"A community farm in Colorado is keeping the environment in mind by replacing traditional farming equipment. Brett beardmore's owl tree farm has ditched the tractors for chickens. There's a lot of the baby boomer farmers are disappearing. Nobody's wanting to take on the next generation. And so there's kind of this weird opportunity that we see to help guide the guide farming methods into a better direction. The ten acre property isn't much as far as farms go, but it's enough to do things their way. Co owner Forrest Carlson says the chickens on site turn the soil, which releases less carbon dioxide into the atmosphere than traditional tilling wood. All that knowledge, all that equipment, all that exists, it's just a matter of, you know, helping people realize that there's a different way to do it. There's a mobile chicken coop, which makes it easier to move the animals from patch to patch wherever they're needed. I'm Ed Donahue

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'Viral jambalaya': Early flu adding to woes for US hospitals

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00:47 sec | Last week

'Viral jambalaya': Early flu adding to woes for US hospitals

"An early flu season is straining hospitals in many states One doctor describes it as a viral jambalaya the CDC says more than half the states have high or very high levels of flu Hospitals are already overburdened in many areas with people sick from the coronavirus and RSV the state's impacted are mostly in the south and Southwest but include a growing number in the northeast Midwest and west The flu season usually doesn't get going until December or January The CDC says flu vaccinations are down from other years especially among adults possibly because the past two seasons have been mild An infectious disease specialist urged Americans to take precautions before gathering for Thanksgiving saying nobody wants to bring a virus to the table I'm Ed Donahue

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Ramsdale hoping team makes up for World Cup beer ban

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00:44 sec | Last week

Ramsdale hoping team makes up for World Cup beer ban

"The sale of alcohol is heavily restricted in the conservative Muslim country The announcement comes just days before the World Cup starts Federico ferraz is from Portugal The culture is different and of course we're going to respect the culture here but they also have to respect football fans for different American soccer fan Adolf Abu Hana is not as concerned When I hit a drink beer we had to watch the soccer game We're here to watch the world class soccer We can get it anywhere in the world We can get beer everywhere Beer will be available in the evenings in what is known as the FIFA fan festival a designated party area away from the stadiums Beer sponsor Budweiser tweeted well this is awkward The tweet was later deleted I'm Ed Donahue

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Macy's Thanksgiving Parade-Parade intro and wrap

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00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

Macy's Thanksgiving Parade-Parade intro and wrap

"Thanksgiving is a week away and producers of the 96th annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade in New York are showing off 6 new floats Some of these floats look familiar Besides baby shark there's Jeffree's dazzling dance party by Toys "R" Us and there is a float about a new movie World of dreams You can't wish for whatever you want here on slumberland Art director Eric hudspeth says a lot of work went into the slumberland float It started with the design and it goes into 3D modeling and then from there we go into drafting and engineering and carpentry steel all of it Executive producer will cross as the goal for all the Macy's floats is to create moments on the street that are immediately recognizable and impactful So whether it be a character whether it be a creative direction for one of our floats and all these Macy's floats are huge as much as 30 feet high I'm Ed Donahue

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Happy hygge! Scrabble dictionary adds hundreds of words

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00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Happy hygge! Scrabble dictionary adds hundreds of words

"The Scrabble dictionary is adding hundreds of words It's almost a certainty a Scrabble player will ask during a game Is that a word if it's docs zedonk or faux hawk the answer is yes About 500 new words are joining the Scrabble players dictionary There are shortened words like convo and guac trademarks like dumpster compound words are in the book with page view babymoon and subtweet There are also unworthy unfollow on sub and unmute They may sound familiar but they were never Scrabble official Also new to the dictionary whelp and at least one old fashioned word that simply fell under the radar for years Yeehaw I'm Ed Donahue

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Qatari World Cup organizers apologize to Danish TV crew

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00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Qatari World Cup organizers apologize to Danish TV crew

"It started as reporter rasmuss handhold was speaking to a news anchor on the TB two channel We are live on Danish television Three men drove up behind him on an electric cart and tried to block the camera lens Mister you invited the whole world to the you invited the whole world to come here Why can't we film It's a public place Ken holt showed the men his press credentials But you can break the camera You want to break it again Okay you break the camera Okay So you're threatening us by smashing the camera Qatari World Cup organizers have apologized They've denied claims that there are strict limits on where media can film in Qatar Denmark's soccer federation has also been one of the biggest critics of Qatar over its record on human rights and treatment of low paid migrant workers I'm Ed Donahue

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GOP Sen. Scott mounts long-shot bid to unseat McConnell

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00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

GOP Sen. Scott mounts long-shot bid to unseat McConnell

"Following the midterms both parties in the Senate are gearing up for the new year with Democrats remaining in the majority majority leader Chuck Schumer is celebrating the midterm results We had a great happy and spirited discussion in our caucus Democrats are ready and eager and united For the Republicans Florida's Rick Scott is mounting a long shot bid to unseat the minority leader Mitch McConnell I have the votes I will be elected The only issue is whether we do it sooner or later Scott's unexpected challenge to McConnell comes as Republicans are wrestling over a lackluster performance in the midterms when the party out of power historically sees significant gains Ed Donahue Washington

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'I feel gutted': Victims of parade crash speak at sentencing

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00:57 sec | 2 weeks ago

'I feel gutted': Victims of parade crash speak at sentencing

"Victims of a deadly parade crash are speaking at a sentencing hearing for the driver Darryl Brooks junior drove his red SUV through the parade in downtown Waukesha last year Lindsey con's family was in the parade In a split second excited cheers turned into sounds of screaming and horror A trail of bloody bodies were left laying in the road Brooks was convicted of 76 charges including 6 counts of first degree intentional homicide Sherry sparks 8 year old son Jackson was killed I feel gutted and broken It hurts to breathe sometimes It hurts to live without him here So my mama soul aches for him Sparks as Brooks has shown no empathy She wants the maximum sentence This man not only took Jackson away from our family He violently ripped Jackson out of our lives Each homicide count against Brooks carries a mandatory life sentence Brooks chose to represent himself during the trial despite overwhelming evidence against him I'm Ed Donahue

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Qatar World Cup Mangroves-Mangroves intro and wrap

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00:57 sec | 2 weeks ago

Qatar World Cup Mangroves-Mangroves intro and wrap

"Soccer isn't the only attraction for people coming to Qatar for the World Cup about 1.2 million international visitors are expected for the World Cup away from the crowds and the soccer stress in this gas rich country is one of the largest mangrove forests People say in Qatar's desert but they don't know it's a living desert Mangroves grow above and below water Nicholas nacha can take you along out the Kira which holds 70% of the mangroves in Qatar Kayaking They are natural There's no harmful gas that is going to the mangrove or something else We try to keep away the jet skis So the mongrel will be growing naturally There's nothing disturbing Tourists can also spend their day in a camp and in the evening enjoy a barbecue by the water in mangroves One popular spot along out the Kira is purple island which comes from the snails living on it which produce a green residue which turns maroon and then purple in the sun I'm Ed Donahue

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Zelenskyy says Ukrainian special military units in Kherson

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00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

Zelenskyy says Ukrainian special military units in Kherson

"Ukraine's president says special military units have entered cursing Russian forces captured curse in early in the war now that Ukraine is back in control A Ukrainian flag flew over a monument in the city's central square people waving Ukrainian flags like popova Lydia were in the streets celebrating She said we are grateful to the Ukrainian armed forces our boys are amazing Video showed villagers embracing troops and route to the city It says we love Ukraine We love cursing We are all Ukraine and we are waiting for Ukrainian armed forces We wait for the war to end by Russia's defeat The Kremlin remains defiant insisting the withdrawal in no way represents an embarrassment for president Vladimir Putin and the entire curse region is still part of Russia I'm Ed Donahue

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After quiet days, handful of protests at UN climate summit

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00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

After quiet days, handful of protests at UN climate summit

"A vocal climate activist will not be at the cop 27 summit in Egypt She has decided to stay home My name is Greta Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg took part in her usual Friday for future protest in Stockholm When do we want this No Tomberg tells the AP her decision to remain in Sweden was due to the limited space dedicated to activist in Egypt I think it's important that those who actually get to go there are the ones who need to be heard She says with a shrug climate change voices need to remain strong at these conferences If we don't have the public trust from the outside that we need the cops as they are now are not going to lead to anything big Thunberg says climate change has taken a backseat in the world to worries over the pandemic and the war in Ukraine I'm Ed Donahue

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 Trump Org. executive says he helped colleagues dodge taxes

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00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Trump Org. executive says he helped colleagues dodge taxes

"Returns on behalf of a father and son executive duo whose Manhattan apartment rents were paid by the company Makani was granted immunity to testify The Trump organization the entity through which the former president owns hotels golf courses and other assets is accused of helping some top executives avoid income taxes on compensation they got in addition to their salaries The company denies any wrongdoing saying longtime finance chief Allen weisselberg went rogue and concocted the scheme without Trump's or the company's knowledge I'm Ed Donahue

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In a first, doctors treat fatal genetic disease before birth

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00:56 sec | 3 weeks ago

In a first, doctors treat fatal genetic disease before birth

"In a first doctors are treating a fatal genetic disease before birth So be a Qureshi 16 month old daughter a la Bashir has Pompeii disease Which is a genetic disorder Glycogen storage disorder which affects the muscles in basically every muscle in your body The body fails to make some or all of a crucial protein to avail his sisters have died from Pompeii disease Doctor panis chalk report he is at children's hospital of eastern Ontario The disease starts in utero disease starts in the fetus There's evidence at the heart is involved even before the baby's born So they started treating ala well before she was born The innovation here was treating earlier and treating while still in utero ALS parents say the treatment appears to be working Without their help without without their help you wouldn't hear all this noise The outlook for aella is promising but uncertain I'm Ed Donahue

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Musk seeks to reassure advertisers on Twitter after chaos

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00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

Musk seeks to reassure advertisers on Twitter after chaos

"Elon Musk is trying to reassure advertisers on Twitter Musk told big companies that want to advertise his takeover of Twitter won't harm their brand I'm not going to always knock the ball out of the park But when we make a number of we correct it quickly That's what really matters Musk's goal is a better safer Twitter experience Obviously Twitter can not simply be some extension of me because then anyone who doesn't agree with me will be put off So Twitter must be as a platform as neutral as possible Twitter began adding labels to some prominent accounts to indicate they are authentic A few hours later the label started disappearing Musk also wants to charge $8 a month for a blue check confirming a Twitter account's authenticity What does Musk think about Twitter since he took over The content is actually improving not getting worse I'm Ed Donahue

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Turtles in demand as pets, leading to a spike in poaching

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00:56 sec | 3 weeks ago

Turtles in demand as pets, leading to a spike in poaching

"The plight of turtles is expected to get plenty of attention at an upcoming wildlife trade conference Freshwater turtles are among the world's most trafficked animals environmental police detective Harold geiss says an intern working with him had been doing a lot of Internet research He came across a Craigslist ad which was someone offering up some turtles for sale And we went from there Police arrested the seller of some tiny turtles after arranging an undercover buy at his house Poaching is driven by growing demand for turtles Lou Perrotti is director of conservation programs at Rhode Island's roger William zoo It's getting ruthless where we're seeing thousands of turtles leaving the United States on an annual basis Karate says this can't go on Turtle populations can not take that kind of a hit with that much removal coming out of the wild One study found over half of living turtles and tortoise species are at risk of extinction I'm Ed Donahue

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02:03 min | 1 year ago

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"For Jacob chansley the Arizona man with a horned fur hat bare chest and face paint and Scott fare lamb the first person charged Ed Donahue Washington The defense rests in the manslaughter trial of a former Minnesota police officer who shot and killed a black motorist Kim Potter during her testimony said she was sorry she shot and killed Dante Wright during a traffic stop She says she thought she had her taser not her gun in her hand when she pulled the trigger Potter acknowledged on cross examination that she had been extensively trained on the use of force and the use of tasers 'cause you knew that deadly force was unreasonable and unwarranted in the circumstances Not anybody You didn't want to hurt anybody Closing arguments are set for Monday This is AP news Police in Virginia say they have found four bodies in two different locations in the state all the likely work of a serial killer who used a shopping cart to move his victims bodies after he met them on dating sites He preys on the week he preys on the vulnerable And he does unspeakable things with his victim Fairfax county police chief Kevin Davis It's our collective effort and in law enforcement to do everything we can with each other with the community to identify other places where he has been So we can bring closure and ultimately justice That tape from wj LA Davis says a suspect 35 year old Anthony Robinson of Washington D.C. was arrested last month in Harrisonburg some 100 miles from fairfax county after police found two bodies in a vacant lot in that city Evidence from that arrest the police to the bodies of two more victims in fairfax county I'm Tim McGuire AP news If you've got a personal auto insurance question you could talk to a cab driver although the policies he recommends might include avoiding the interstate beating traffic by taking the back roads and only making left turns when absolutely.

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03:10 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute Stocks finished lower the Dow down 271 points. President Biden has a message to Republican governors who are resisting his federal vaccination requirements. Here's the AP Soccer Mahogany. Some GOP leaders say the president's overreaching and are threatening legal action and special legislative sessions have at it. Speaking at the Washington Middle School, the president says it's disappointing, particularly some of Republican governors. Have been so cavalier with the health of these kids. So cavalier. Health and their communities, he says. This isn't a game, echoing his wife's call to keep school kids safe by following the science. We owe them unity so that we can fight the virus. Not each other Saga or Megane Washington Accord in Florida ruled Governor Rhonda Santa's ban on mask mandates is back in place. I'm Ed Donahue a day before the 9 11 anniversary, Washington is remembering and reflecting from the Pentagon to the justice and state departments, 20 years after September 11 2000 and one that day is forever seared into all of our memories. It felt somehow deeply personal. And I think it's still does pain. The terror we each have our own 9 11 story for then. Army Officer Matthew Claim Oh, it was sitting in a Pentagon command center hearing. President Bush issue orders. I want you to find out who did this. I want you to track them down and I want you to destroy them. 20 years later, General John heighten the Pentagon's number two officer says the military did its job. We kept our nation safe. SOCCER Megane Washington A new government has been announced in Lebanon over a year after the previous administration quit with Nash McCarty becoming prime minister, a position he's held twice before. Roberts up robots. McCarty pledges to do everything in his power to hold the country's dramatic economic collapse, urging fractures politicians to work together. Holding back tears. McCarty, one of the richest men in the country, spoke to of Lebanese mothers who can't feed their Children and students whose parents can no longer afford to send them to school. The political agreement breaks a 12 month deadlock that's seen the country slide deeper into financial chaos and poverty. I'm Charles de la Decima. What happens if you can't pay your bills? We may be about to find out. The fear is that the U. S made the fault on its bills for the first time ever. In fact, Washington think tank, the bipartisan policy center. Says the government will likely face an unprecedented default this fall. If the train goes off the rails as the think tank puts it, the government would not be able to make payments on time, like military pay a Medicare provider payments just to name two Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen warned Congress this week. If it doesn't act, the U. S will be unable to avert a default in October. I'm Rita.

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03:15 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Ed Donahue. The Justice Department is suing the state of Texas over its new abortion law. The act is clearly unconstitutional under longstanding Supreme Court precedent. Law prohibits abortions once a medical professional detects a heartbeat, which is around six weeks when some women may not even know they're pregnant. Attorney General Merrick Garland says Americans should be fearful of this law. If it prevails, it may become a model for action in other areas by other states. And with respect to other constitutional rights and judicial precedents. The Supreme Court declined to block the Texas law in a 54 decision, but did not rule on whether the law itself was constitutional. President Biden will require federal workers and contractors about 100 million people in all to be vaccinated against the coronavirus. It's a way to try to stop the spread of the Delta variants. It's part of the president's six part plan to address rising cases are overarching objective here is to reduce the number of unvaccinated Americans there, of course, 80 million unvaccinated Americans at this point in time, spokeswoman Jen Psaki says federal workers and contractors will have about 75 days to get fully vaccinated. Those who do not will get counseling and discipline and might be fired. The president's also expected to outline plans for boosting virus testing in schools. Soccer Megane at the White House. The Food and Drug Administration is holding off on a decision whether the popular e cigarette jewel should stay on the market. Meantime, other e cigarette brands are being taken off the market They're blamed for spike in underage Vaping, a federal judge ruled Florida's new anti riot law championed by Governor Rhonda Santa's, as a way to stop violent protest is unconstitutional and cannot be enforced. The Santas can appeal. The judge said People engaged in peaceful protest in the same area where a demonstration turned violent could face criminal charges. This is a P news The NFL is back starting tonight. The Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers host the Dallas Cowboys. Bucks quarterback Tom Brady will attempt to win his eighth Super Bowl. Anytime you start the season is the first game of the year. It's pretty exciting. I know. The stadium be packed and be sad night for all of us. We worked pretty hard to get to this point. Prescott will be back at quarterback for Dallas. He was out for most of last season with a severe ankle injury. He did not play in the preseason. Tom Brady. He's concerned about the coronavirus this season. I definitely say the risk is up for everybody. Um You know, it's just would be very disappointing to miss games. You know, you feel like you've done everything right? And But it's It's just kind of our reality, so hopefully we can just navigated as best we possibly can. Tampa Bay is hoping to become the first team to win back to back titles since Brady led the 2000 and three and 2000 and four. New England Patriots two consecutive crowns. Ed Donahue, AP News This is a 20 a M. W. CPT, Willow Springs and streaming Worldwide. W cpt 8 20 dot com We are Chicago's progressive talk where facts matter. Now you're w c p t. A 20 Chicago traffic.

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02:04 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute. President. Biden will speak later about his plan to fight the spread of the delta variant of the coronavirus. He's also expected to sign an executive order that all federal employees be vaccinated. Each agency is going to work with employees to make sure they understand the benefits of vaccination and how the vaccines are free, easy and widely accessible, but it will start to be applied once the executive order was signed. Press Secretary Jen Psaki says. Not all employees will have to get the shots. There will be limited exceptions for legally Recognized reasons such as disability or religious objections. After months of using promotions to drive the vaccination rate, President Biden is getting firmer. Risking fresh backlash is also expected to outline plans to increase virus testing in schools in an effort to keep them open safely. The president warned the surge in cases could further imperil the nation's economy as some pandemic safety net protections expire. I'm Ed Donahue, Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar says she has been treated for breast cancer that was detected earlier this year. Global chart tweeted that the cancer was found during a routine mammogram. She eventually had a lumpectomy to remove it. The 61 year old Klobuchar tells ABC's Good Morning America. She completed radiation therapy in May and the check up in August showed she was doing well. Klobuchar says to cancer was Stage one A Meaning it had not spread beyond the breast. She said she felt very fortunate to have caught it early after delaying the mammogram because of the coronavirus pandemic. I'm my company, Chris Stapleton and Eric Church lead the nominations for the Country Music Association Awards with five each time marches are a letter with the latest Don't Chris Stapleton and Eric Church will face off for entertainer of the year along with Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood and Luke Homes. Morgan Wallen, who was caught on video earlier this year, yelling a racial slur earns an album of the year nomination for his dangerous the double album. The CMA had earlier said Wallen would be disqualified for individual awards, but his music was eligible..

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02:45 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute. New Orleans lifted a nightly curfew as the city moved closer to regaining full power 10 days after Hurricane IDA hit, but hundreds of thousands of people outside the city were still without lights and water. Secretary of State Antony Blinken says the Taliban is not letting charters leave an airport and Masa al Sharif in Afghanistan. They claim that some of the passengers do not have the required documentation. While there are limits to what we can do without personnel on the ground without an airport with normal security procedures in place, we are working to do everything in our power. To support those flights. And to get them off the ground, Blinken says. These charters need to be able to depart. He also says the Taliban will need to earn legitimacy in Afghanistan. The Supreme Court has been asked to review a case that centers on whether Native Americans should receive preference in adoptions of native Children and appeals court issued a sharply divided ruling in April over the federal Indian Child Welfare Act. I'm Ed Donahue, one of America's biggest monuments to the Confederacy, has been taken down. For more than a century. A 21 FT statue of General Robert E. Lee towered over Virginia's Capital City, which also served as the Confederacy is capital. This morning, a crowd of hundreds cheered as workers in Richmond remove the statue from its giant pedestal. Governor Ralph Northam ordered last summer that the statue come down after George Floyd's death in Minneapolis. But the removal was tied up in courts until a recent ruling cleared the way for other Confederate statues along what's known as a Monument Avenue were removed last year. Saga or Megane Washington 20 men accused in the Islamic State Group's 2015 attacks on Paris that left 130 people dead and hundreds injured are on trial in the French capital. Of the 20 men charged. Only 14 are appearing in court. Chief Among them is Salah Abdeslam, who ditched his car and a malfunctioning suicide vest and ultimately fled to a hideout in his hometown of Brussels. He's the only one charged with murder. Abdeslam, the first in alphabetical order, was asked to stand first to identify himself. Requested the state his profession, Abdeslam said. His ambition is to become a fighter for Islamic state. Five of the other six being tried in absentia up, presumed dead. The whereabouts so one man is unknown. Most of the defendants faced the maximum sentence of life in prison if convicted of complicity in the attacks. I'm Charles Gilad asthma, a powerful earthquake. Has struck near the Pacific resort city of Acapulco, killing at least one person and causing buildings to rock and sway in Mexico City nearly 200 miles away, people.

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03:00 min | 1 year ago

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"Ed Donahue As he gets a firsthand look at Ida's destruction. President Biden is focusing on short term relief and long term fixes. The AP Soccer Madani has the story in New Jersey, where at least 27 people died due to Ida. The president drove through a neighborhood with damaged furniture and other items stacked outside homes. The losses that we were witness today are profound. He says more will come unless the nation acts. The president says it's seeing climate change's effects in real time, with more frequent and ferocious storms, wildfires and the like. Now is the time to invest in infrastructure to lessen climate changes impacts. We can't turn it back very much, but we can prevent it from getting worse. Soccer Megane Washington More than 400,000 homes and businesses in Louisiana still don't have power nine days after Hurricane Ida a bill signing today in Texas. Governor. Election integrity is now law in the state of Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed a bill adding voting restrictions. It ensures that every eligible voter will have the opportunity to vote. One way that it achieves. That is, it provides even more hours of time for people to be able to go cast their vote. Abbott says. It makes it harder for fraudulent votes to be cast. He mentioned mail in balance. At least three federal lawsuits have been filed to try to stop the bill. All contend the changes in Texas will have a disproportionate impact on minorities. Crusade. Containment lines for the big killed or wildfire around Lake Tahoe in California are holding up the fire is 49% contained. A judge struck down ballot language that aim to replace the Minneapolis Police Department with the new agency, saying the wording was misleading and unworkable. It mentioned a new department of public Safety that may include police officers. This is a P news Two decades after 9 11 Muslims are still facing bias. Johanna Hanif was walking with her sister in Brooklyn days after the attack. An immediate Recollection is being called a terrorist, um, as a nine year old, but the incident spurred her on to speak out for herself and others. She's running for a seat on the New York City Council. Mistrust of Muslims didn't start on 9 11, but it dramatically intensified with the attacks. Amir Ahmed was born after the attacks, but realized a connection on the anniversary. You go to school that day I started You know, I understand. That's why they're looking at me. Or, you know, maybe, um Others are perceiving me definitely now because I'm clearly Muslim. Ahmed says she feels empowered to wear a hijab. I want to take that step to represent my faith in that specific time where Muslims were kind of On on the spot. Ahmed says she hopes her future Children don't feel the need to prove they belong. I'm Ed Donahue AP News When you get Xfinity Internet flexes included.

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01:38 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute, An official tells the AP President Biden is going to adhere to his self imposed deadline a week from today to withdraw U. S troops from Afghanistan. John Kirby is a spokesman at the Pentagon. We continue to make progress every day. In getting Americans as well as S I V applicants and vulnerable Afghans out. Major General Hank Taylor, with the Joint Chiefs of Staff says they are working to meet the deadline. We're seeing increased pace and increased pace in the flight schedule at Kabul. As of yesterday in the last 24 hour period. Uh, one aircraft left honor about every 45 minutes. House Minority Whip Steve Scalise doesn't like the idea of a timeline. We need to have the top priority to tell the Taliban that we're going to get all of our people out. Regardless of what timeline was initially set, Russian President Vladimir Putin criticized the U. S and allies for leaving Afghanistan in chaos. I'm Ed Donahue, a Taliban spokesman, says There can be no extensions. The US evacuations in Afghanistan Zabiullah Mujaheed says the U. S must complete evacuation of people from Afghanistan by the August 31 date that Biden administration set for the withdrawal of all American troops. Mujaheed adds His group will accept no extensions to that deadline, He says Life is returning to normal in the country. The chaos at the airport remains a problem. Many Afghans are desperate to flee the Taliban takeover of the country. I'm Charles de Ledesma. This.

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04:08 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Ed Donahue, with the Food and Drug Administration giving final approval for five. May you Washington AP News I'm Ed Donahue, with the Food and Drug Administration, giving final approval for fighters Coronavirus vaccine President Biden says people who are holding out for final approval don't have an excuse anymore. It is now happened. The moment you've been waiting for us here, it's time for you to go get your vaccination and get it today at the White House. The president says more people are getting vaccinated, preventing them from the delta variant, but even more need to get the shots. The pace of our vaccination effort has saved over 100,000 lives and prevented more than 450,000 hospitalizations. This critical progress. We need to move faster. The president says his goal of getting 70% of Americans at least one shot by the Fourth of July was finally reached in August. Hearings have started in a lawsuit that challenges Florida Governor Rhonda Santa's order, reserving the student mask decision for students. National security adviser Jake Sullivan says more people are getting out of Afghanistan in the last 24 hours alone. 28 U. S military flights have a evacuated approximately 10,400 people from Kabul. Sullivan says the U. S is in talks with the Taliban on a daily basis. A Taliban spokesman indicated they don't want the U. S in Afghanistan past the August 31st deadline to get out. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says he is resigning over allegations of sexual harassment, but the allegations need to be verified A firecracker Can start a stampede. At one point everyone looks around and says, Why are we running? The truth is ultimately always revealed. Today is Cuomo's last day in office. Containment increased to 40% at the Dixie Fire, which has burned more than 1100 Square miles in Northern California. Southern California has so far escaped large scale wildfires. This is a P news UNICEF says aid concerns are growing in Afghanistan The U. N Agency for Children expects the humanitarian situation in the country to worsen due to a severe drought, the onset of winter and the coronavirus pandemic, the agency says 10 million Children in Afghanistan already survive of humanitarian assistance And around a million are expected to suffer from life threatening malnutrition. This year, it says. Some 4.2 million Children, including 2.2 Million Girls are out of school. I'm Charles de Ledesma, Notre Dame in Iowa State each had three players selected to the AP preseason All America football team led by fighting Irish defensive back Kyle Hamilton and cyclones running back Breece Hall. Oklahoma. Spencer Rattler is the first team quarterback and Sooners teammate Nick Bonito made the team is a linebacker, the first games of the college football season kick off Saturday. Ed Donahue. AP News I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute Now that the FDA has given final approval for fighters, coronavirus vaccine people who are holding out for final approval don't have an excuse. It is now happened. The moment you've been waiting for us here. It's time for you to go Get your vaccination. Get it today. Today at the White House President Biden pointed out how easy it is to get the shots, he says more people are getting vaccinated. The pace of our vaccination effort has saved over 100,000 lives and prevented more than 450,000 hospitalizations. This critical progress. We need to move faster. The president also said he is July 4th goal was achieved in August. 70% of people 18 and older with at least one shot. We just have to finish the job. Science. Facts and confidence. The president says more than one million shots were delivered for three straight days last week. I'm Ed Donahue. AP.

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03:58 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Ed Donahue. The Taliban is warning any attempt by US troops to delay their withdrawal in Afghanistan past August 31st to give people more time to get out would provoke a reaction. This is Army General Stephen Lyons. We have our own processes and defensive measures and techniques, tactics and procedures to To take, uh, you know, to protect our crews and to protect their aircraft going in and out. John Kirby at the Pentagon says the focus is to wrap up August 31st if there needs to be A discussion about extending that timeline. Then we absolutely will have that discussion at the appropriate time with the commander in chief. The evacuation effort continues at the Kabul airport. President Biden says he hopes final FDA approval of fighters coronavirus vaccine will encourage more unvaccinated Americans to get vaccinated together. We made significant progress in just seven months. We just have to finish the job. Was science. Facts and confidence judges considering a lawsuit the challenges Florida Governor Rhonda Santos's order, reserving the mask decision for parents exactly harder to hear people when they're when they're covered in the mass of the idea that this doesn't affect learning is total nonsense. At least seven school districts representing more than one million Florida students are defying the governor's no mask order. And Rico Theriot, the leader of the proud boys extremist group, was sentenced to more than five months in jail for burning a black lives matter banner that was torn down from a historic black church in downtown Washington, D C and bringing to high capacity firearms magazines to the city shortly before the January capital riot. Jeopardy is back to guest hosts after the resignation of Mike Richards as host, My M B Olic will return for the first three weeks, Richard stepped aside after a report of past demeaning comments he made about women, homeless people and others. This is a P news Britain wants a longer period for evacuations in Kabul. Britain's urging the US to extend its evacuation effort in Kabul beyond the current August 31 deadline, saying without the Americans, other countries will have no choice but to stop their own operations. Prime Minister Boris Johnson intends to press President Joe Biden At an emergency group of seven leaders meeting on Tuesday. Convened by Britain, Biden's not ruled out extending the airlift beyond the deadline he set before the Taliban's swift takeover in Afghanistan, But he said he hoped it would not be necessary. Charles Tu la Decima London Carney Hamzi, a rock n roll groupie from Arkansas who was immortalized as Sweet, Sweet Connie in the 1973 Grand funk Railroad hit. We're an American band has died. She was 66. Hamzi worked for a time as a substitute teacher and hung out with groups that included Queen the Eagles and Kiss Ed Donahue. AP News I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute, Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says the deadline to get out of Afghanistan has not changed. We are well aware Of Of the state of desire. To buy the Taliban to have this mission completed by the 31st of August. I would tell you that we too Are still planning. On completing it by the 31st of August. National security advisor Jake Sullivan says. A lot of people are getting out of Afghanistan In the last 24 hours alone. 28 U. S military flights have evacuated approximately 10,400 people from Kabul. It's the biggest day of evacuation flights out of Afghanistan by far Sullivan says talks with the Taliban are continuing. The Pentagon says it has added 1/4 U. S military base in New Jersey to three others in Virginia, Texas and Wisconsin that are prepared to temporarily house arriving Afghans. I'm Ed Donahue. Thank you. Covid 19.

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01:54 min | 1 year ago

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"Update. I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute Stocks finished lower the Dow down 259 points. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky is worried about the delta variant of the coronavirus this week. The delta variant is estimated to be the most prevalent variant in the United States representing over 50% of sequenced samples across the country. Up from 26% from the weekend in June 19 and in some parts of the country, the percentage is even higher. Dr Anthony Fauci says. There is a way to protect yourself. Please get vaccinated. It will protect you against the surging of the Delta variant. New research from France adds to evidence that widely used vaccines still offer protection against the delta variant. Bands are banned from the Tokyo Olympics because of a state of emergency aimed at containing rising coronavirus infections in the Japanese capital. The Games are supposed to start in about two weeks. I'm Ed Donahue, president Biden says. America's longest war will end next month resisting calls from some to keep U. S troops in Afghanistan amid a Taliban resurgence. The president says the U. S. Has achieved both goals. It's set when invading Afghanistan 20 years ago. Take down Osama bin Laden and keep the nation from again becoming a terror haven. We did not go to Afghanistan to nation Bill and Afghan leaders must now chart their own path. The president's been visibly annoyed by suggestions he's leaving too soon as the Taliban make steady advances. But he says the past 20 years have shown the war is unwinnable. How many thousands more Americans, daughters and sons You willing to risk under growing pressure from lawmakers, he's vowing to evacuate thousands of Afghans who helped the U. S military as drivers and interpreters. Soccer Megane at the White House..

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04:51 min | 1 year ago

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"Ed Donahue. These charges are gonna be vigorously contested. Lawyers for the Trump Organization are not pleased with today's charges in New York, the district attorney's office but a joint Prosecution here because they dislike Donald Trump. Politically. The charges involved former President Trump's company and an executive. Here's the A. P S. Micro Shia, The Trump Organization and its chief financial officer, have pleaded not guilty to tax crime charges in New York. Charges against the Trump Organization include conspiracy, grand larceny and tax fraud. C F O L and Y. Silberg was arraigned one day after a grand jury returned an indictment charging him and of the Trump organization with Sex crimes. The 73 year old Wiesel Berg has worked for the Trump Company for decades. Former President Donald Trump was not charged. It is the first criminal case arising from a two year investigation into the Trump Organization by the Manhattan district attorney's office. I Mike Rossio in Surfside, Florida. What you're doing here is incredible. President Biden met with first responders and with family members of the missing from the collapse of a condo building last week because of structural issues. The search is on hold. The Supreme Court's conservative majority cut back on a landmark voting rights law upholding voting limits in Arizona that lower court had found discriminatory under the Federal Voting Rights Act, the A P S Mark Sherman reports. The limits are and who can collect ballots put in the mail for someone else and ballots that are cast in the wrong precinct. The court said that neither of those things is racially discriminatory under the Voting Rights Act, and a lower court had ruled that they were racially discriminatory. That they had disproportionately affected black, Hispanic and Native American voters. A new committee investigating the capital riot has a surprise member Congresswoman Liz Cheney, the Wyoming Republican says she's honored to serve on the committee. This is a P news Another state is offering big prizes to get a coronavirus shot My shot, am I. The Michigan shot to win around 62% of Michigan residents aged 16 and up have received at least one dose, ranking it near the middle among states Governor Gretchen Whitmer wants that percentage to go up. This is going to be a chance for Michiganders to get registered and to Be eligible for $5 million in cash prizes and college of scholarships. Anyone 12 to 17 can get the scholarships. Michigan is not the first state to do this. You know, some of you must be thinking. Didn't Ohio do this first? Well, yes, they did. But in typical Michigan fashion, we wanted to do it bigger and better than they can do it. In Ohio, Only Michigan residents who become fully vaccinated can buy for the $50,000 daily prizes. The scholarships, cover full tuition and mandatory fees at any state university. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News I might grow CIA reporting, Donald Trump's company and its longtime finance chief, are charged with taking part in a text fraud scheme. The Manhattan district attorney's office unveiled charges against former President Donald Trump's company Thursday, charging the Trump Organization and its finance chief in what prosecutor Cary done termed a sweeping and audacious tax fraud scheme. According to prosecutors, Chief Financial Officer Alan Weiss. Alberg allegedly received more than $1.7 million in off the books compensation that included apartment rent, car payments and school tuition. Trump Organization attorney Alan Future Face had a different take. I believe the political forces driving today's events or just that the Trump Organization and CFO Wisenberg pleaded not guilty. Former President Donald Trump was not charged at this stage of the investigation. I might grow CEO I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute in New York today, not guilty pleas from Donald Trump's company and a top executive. The Trump Organization and its chief financial officer, have Pleaded not guilty to tax crime charges in New York. Charges against the Trump Organization include conspiracy, grand larceny and tax fraud. CFO Alan Weiss. Hilberg was arraigned one day after a grand jury returned an indictment charging him and of the Trump Organization with tax crimes. The 73 year old Wiesel Berg has worked for the Trump Company for decades. Former President Donald Trump was not charged. It is the first criminal case arising from a two year investigation into the Trump Organization by the Manhattan district attorney's office. I'm Mike Rossio Trump Organization attorney Alan Future False says they are going after former president that is a significant line to cross and quite frankly, knocks us as a lawyer, but as a citizen We're very concerned about that The former president was not charged. I'm Ed Donahue. It's.

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03:53 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Ed Donahue, forecasters expect Claudette to move off the Carolina coast as a tropical storm. System is blamed for at least 13 deaths in Alabama. The police chief in East Bruton, Kenneth Brazil, says some parts are unrecognizable. It's unreal. You never think it happened to you. You see other Communities and other states and other areas of the of the world. But you never thought it hit home. A search is underway for a man believed to have fallen into the water during flash flooding in Birmingham. The system is expected to move into the Atlantic and then pass near or south of Nova Scotia. Lawmakers are trying to draft President Biden speak infrastructure ideas into bills that could actually be signed into law. Press Secretary Jen Psaki says. A lot of work is ahead as it relates to details. Of course, there needs to be ongoing discussion. There will be over the coming days rapidly. I expect to have conversations this afternoon. Tomorrow We'll read those out as those happen. Perhaps not since the drafting of the affordable care act more than a decade ago, has Washington tried a legislative lift as heavy Vice President Kamala Harris is in Pittsburgh, saying the proudest moment was when President Biden signed the American rescue plan through tax credits and food assistance and housing assistance and health care coverage. And direct checks. The American rescue plan. And here's the drum roll. The American rescue plan will lift half of America's Children out of poverty. President Biden is expected to fall short of his commitment to shipping 80 million coronavirus vaccine doses abroad by the end of the month. The CDC says virus deaths in the US have dipped below 300 a day but the first time since the early days of the pandemic and there was another milestone. 150 MILLION Americans fully vaccinated, the Supreme Court ruled the N C double A can't enforce rules limiting education related benefits for student athletes. This is a P news. Myanmar's and sang suit, She told lawyers testimony against her his false one lawyer says Souci did not give any separate comment but had listened with interest during the entire court hearing process and told us which testimony is wrong and which one should be cross examined. The charges are relatively minor. But if convicted, could keep her from contesting new elections promised by the military within two years if its takeover critics of the ruling junta say the proceedings against Suki politically motivated and meant to try to legitimize the military's seizure of power and discredit her. I'm Charles de la Decima. The United States, the European Union, Britain and Canada joined forces to impose sanctions on several senior officials in Belarus over the forced version of a passenger plane traveling between two EU countries last month to arrest a dissident journalist. Ed Donahue. AP News A transgender weightlifter has been selected for the Tokyo Olympics. Laurel Hubbard from New Zealand lifted £628 in two lips on the way to qualifying in the women's super heavyweight division. She is the first Olympian who has transitioned from my old two female Karen Smith is with the New Zealand Olympic Committee weightlifting New Zealand president Richie Patterson. Says Hubbard is in line with the best weight lifters in the world. It is hard to speculate rankings a total in that vicinity ranks Laurel and the top six gender identity in sports is a highly sensitive and complex issue. I would like to take this opportunity to remind us all that. Carol has met all of their quiet criteria. She has a very dedicated and resilient athlete at 43. Hubbard will also be the oldest weightlifter in the Tokyo Games. I'm Ed Donahue. Thank you for there's father's day. And.

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02:44 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Ed Donahue, this is a P news. People in California have been asked to cut back on their power usage as the state withers in a record setting heat wave. It hit 109 in Walnut Grove, south of Sacramento. Ace hardware, Digital sales manager Chuck Judd says there are no more portable air conditioners. I do not have any units. Unfortunately, I sold out of those within the first two days that brought them in this week. On Friday, parts of the San Joaquin Valley reached 110. It was 123 degrees in Palm Springs. Most of the West has also been suffering through record high temperatures. Searchers spent today Friday looking for two missing tubers after a family on our recreational float went over a dam on the Dan River, resulting in three deaths and the rescue of four other people from the water. The group of nine all believed to be part of the same family went over the damn. That's about eight FT. High next to a power plant Wednesday night in North Carolina. The people who were rescued spent some 19 hours caught near the dam. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News A federal judge In Florida has issued an injunction to help clear the way for cruise ships to resume sailing in Florida without following government guidelines on Covid safety. The judge sided with the state of Florida, which says it's being harmed by strict guidelines for cruise ships set by the U. S Centers for Disease Control. The CDC presented a four phase conditional framework to allow cruise ship operations to resume including rules on wearing masks and requiring proof that most passengers have been Vaccinated something that Florida's governor has banned. The judges. Preliminary injunction prevents the CDC from enforcing its health order pending further legal action and orders both sides into mediation. Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody praised the decision, saying the federal government does not nor should it ever have the authority to lock down an entire industry indefinitely. I'm Jackie Quinn, Biden and vaccinations. I'm Tim Maguire with an A P news minute. President Biden hails the effort to get people vaccinated over the past several months. Thanks to this wartime response. We've gotten 300 million shots in the arms of Americans in 150 days. Months ahead of what most anyone thought was possible. The nation made Miss Biden's milestone of 70% of people at least partially vaccinated by July. 4th. The president says the variance of the virus are a threat to people who have not gotten the vaccines. The best way to protect yourself against these variants. To get fully vaccinated. So please, please. If you have one shot, get the second shot as soon as you can,.

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01:45 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Ed Donahue with an AP News minute relief at the gas pump is on the way, but people need to be patient. Here's the AP. Shelly Adler, Well colonial pipeline has restarted operations. It may take a few days for some gas stations to reopen within 72 hours. I think we're gonna be a rock a lot of relief within the $1000, especially southern Virginia, the Carolinas in Georgia and what would help, says triple A spokeswoman Genet Cat, Solano. Don't rush out and get gas if you don't need it, especially in the Southeast. If you have fuel in your car right now, and you're in those areas and not enough gas to get you through the next few days, don't panic and run to the gas station right now. And if you're worried about a memorial day, get away and we expect gas to be fine at that point and people to really just enjoy the kickoff to summer. I'm sure the antler Transportation Secretary Pete Buddha, Jeff says the cyber attack was a reminder that infrastructure is a national security issue and investments for greater Brazil. Hands are needed. I'm Ed Donahue. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is calling out a GOP lawmaker who described the January six capital rioters as peaceful. There was no insurrection at a hearing yesterday. Georgia freshman Andrew Clyde was among Republicans defending the rioters, He says video shows people walking through the capital in an orderly fashion and staying between the ropes. You would actually think it was a normal tourist visit this morning. Really? Really, Pelosi says A normal day at the Capitol doesn't involve threats to hang the vice president and shoot the speaker. It was beyond denial. It fell into the range of sick. Pelosi says the House will soon take up funding for what she calls urgently needed. Security upgrades. Soccer mahogany Washington.

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01:40 min | 1 year ago

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"The pandemic. I'm Ed Donahue 80 news. I'm Ed Donahue. Dr. Anthony Fauci is very confident about the path ahead, fighting the coronavirus. If we continue to vaccinate people at the rate that we're doing That we will very soon have a situation where we will have so few infections in this country. We will begin to return to nor normality that all of US desire so much county testified before a Senate committee president Biden is highlighting new programs from uber and lift to provide free rides to and from vaccination sites. Democrats in Congress and pushing sweeping voting rights legislation. The bill would bring about the largest overhaul of elections in a generation. Minnesota's Amy Klobuchar is chair of the Senate Rules Committee. She's looking at changes to voting being made at the state level. These bills that are moving in state capitals across America are not empty threats. They are real efforts to stop people from voting. The new state rules were spurred by former President Donald Trump's false claims about election fraud that he lost in 2020. The government has approved an offshore wind project off Massachusetts that would create 800 megawatts of electricity enough to power 400,000 homes. Vineyard wind near Cape Cod could be completed in about two years. Sheriff's deputies have been killed in the central Texas town of Eden. No other details were released. Air strikes continue between Hamas and Israel Deaths reported on both sides. Mark Regev is a senior adviser to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Come us must understand that we will not tolerate this indiscriminate. Terror against our civilian population and that Israel.

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03:00 min | 1 year ago

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"AP News I'm Ed Donahue a day before the start of Donald Trump's impeachment trial, his lawyers are blasting the trial. The AP Soccer Madani has the story. The former president's lawyers call it an act of political theater by Democrats aimed at exploiting the trauma of last month's capital riot. The Democrat led House impeach the then president on a charge of inciting an insurrection, arguing he urged backers to storm the capital. His lawyers say he actually encouraged a peaceful protest and cannot be held responsible for what happened. Plus, they argue it's unconstitutional to try Trump now that he's out of office. An argument. Even some conservative scholars dismiss soccer Megane Washington, CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky says the number of coronavirus cases keeps going down, asking everyone to please keep your guard up. The continued proliferation of variants remains of great concern and is a threat that could reverse the recent trip. Positive trends we're seeing. Lansky says. CDC guidance on reopening schools will be released soon. Texas Republican Congressman Ron Wright has died. He has faced health challenges over the past year, including lung cancer treatment, his office says right died two weeks after contracting the coronavirus. He was 67. The mayor of Tampa, Florida, Jane Castor says Overall, she was happy with the compliance of her mask order during the Super Bowl, she said. Some fans did not comply. There just has to be that level of personal responsibility. You can supply everyone with a mask. Advise them of the science behind it and expect that they are going tol Abide. Hometown Tampa Bay Buccaneers won the Super Bowl Ah, grandfather from Indiana, who pleaded guilty to negligent homicide in the fall of his young granddaughter from an 11th story window of a cruise ship docked in Puerto Rico was sentenced to three years probation. This is AP News. We may know soon what caused the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant. The helicopter crashed into a hillside on a foggy morning in Southern California, killing NBA legend Kobe Bryant, his 13 year old daughter, Juliana in all seven other people on board. On Tuesday. Federal safety officials are expected to announce the probable cause of the crash. In the past, The NTSB has said there is no sign of mechanical failure and it's believed to have been an accident. Kobe Bryant's widow, blamed the pilot and launched several related lawsuits. She and families of other victims also faulted the companies that owned and operated the helicopter. I'm Rita Fall way. The University of Alabama at Birmingham is removing the name of four term governor and presidential candidate George Wallace from a campus building over his support of racial segregation. School, also noted Wallace, his eventual re announcement of racist policies. Ed Donahue AP News Thank you for listening to.

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02:58 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Ed Donahue as the number of coronavirus cases and hospitalizations continue to drop. Biden administration is urging states not to let down their guard. The AP Soccer Madani has the story. The White House says it's been talking with state officials. We understand the pressure the government the governor's air under that virus response, senior adviser Andy Slavitt says the administration's communicating its concerns about some states moving to ease restrictions on dining and other social activities. I would discourage any such activity, CDC director Rochelle Walensky says. Case numbers remain extraordinarily high. This is not the time to let up, especially with growing concern over virus variants. We have yet to control this pandemic Saga room AGONY Washington two weeks after he contracted the Corona viruses offices, Texas Republican Congressman Ron Wright has died. He'd been treated for lung cancer over the past year, Right was 67. Press secretary Jen Psaki says President Biden saw people who were in Tampa for the Super Bowl, not wearing masks. He is, of course concerned when there are pictures and photos. We all are that show many, many people without masks in close distance with one another at the height of a pandemic. The mayor of Tampa's is overall she was pleased with her order. You wear a mask during the Super Bowl research shows evidence is mounting. Having the Corona virus may not protect a person against getting infected again, with some of the new variants emerging around the world. The impeachment trial starts tomorrow in the Senate for former President Donald Trump. His lawyers say. It's an act of political theater, accusing House Democrats of exploiting the chaos and trauma of last month's capital Ryan for their parties gain. To Minneapolis area car thefts over the weekend in which young Children were in the vehicles and it happily, with both kids being found unharmed. Stocks remain higher. This is AP News Turkish authorities are investigating the appearance of a mysterious monoliths. The metal block was found by a farmer on it was inscribed in old Turkic script. Look at the sky. I see the moon. The monolith about 10 FT. High was discovered the UNESCO World Heritage Site, which has megalithic structures dating to the 10th millennium. BC thousands of years before Stonehenge in England. Turkish media reported on Sunday. The gendarmes were looking through CCTV footage and investigating vehicles that may have transported to the bottle if their other mysterious more lifts have popped up on. Some have disappeared in numerous countries in recent months. I'm Charles de la Decima, a Florida man who ran onto the field during the Super Bowl has been charged with trespassing. Yuri and raid was wearing shorts and a pink leotardo or swimsuit. He was eventually tackled on about the three yard line by security. Ed Donahue. AP News.

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