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Carli Lloyd Scores a Record-Tying 5 Goals in USWNT Match vs. Paraguay
"A bang. US. Forward Carly Lloyd scored five goals in nine Nothing hammering of Paraguay in one of her final matches before retiring from soccer. The 39 year old will play three more international contest before calling time on her USA career. Lloyd's five goals equalled the record for most goals scored in a women's international match for the U. S is
Ida Expected to Make Landfall in Louisiana as a Category 4 Hurricane
Biden Vows Revenge for Kabul Attack That Killed 13 U.S. Troops
"At places like we work and Industrious 13. U. S. Troops are dead and 18 Other service members are injured following twin explosions among the crowds of people at the airport in Kabul, Afghanistan. The attack Marked the deadliest day for the U. S military in Afghanistan since 2011. The suicide bombers also killed dozens of Afghans in yesterday's attacks, which came as the Biden administration is trying to complete evacuations of Americans and others ahead of next Tuesday's self imposed deadline. Marine Corps General Frank McKenzie told reporters that the military expects more attacks. President Biden last evening vowed to retaliate. We will not forgive. We will not forget We will hunt you down and make you pay Islamic state claimed responsibility the Taliban or a sworn enemy of Islamic state and shot dead, one of the group's top leaders in Afghanistan hours after taking over the Kabul prison, where he was held. Meanwhile,
Gulf Coast Hurricane Landfall Possible in Just Days
"Just days after on re swept through the Northeast, the tropics pose another even more dangerous threat. The National Hurricane Center is monitoring a disturbance in the Caribbean that could make landfall as a powerful hurricane on the Gulf Coast If it forms. Many of the computer models predict rapid organization and strengthening with landfall possible as early as
Internal State Department Cable Warned of Kabul Collapse
"Agency officials In the Biden administration about the potential collapse of Kabul soon after the US established in August 31st deadline for troop withdrawal in Afghanistan. The Wall Street Journal says the cable warned of rapid territorial gains by the Taliban and offered recommendations on ways to mitigate the crisis and speed up an evacuation. Ohio Republican Congressman Brad Win Strip. We need to look back and we need to look at who said what? And you know what was our intelligence. What did the military advised the president? What types of things were being done? The memo urged evacuation flights for those with special immigration visas to start no later than August. 1st. As of last weekend. Some 18,000 Afghans who have applied for the program, as well as their families remained on the ground in Afghanistan, with about half of them outside Kabul in areas already under Taliban control. And efforts to get them to the Kabul airport have grown more difficult by the day. The Texas
Rice University Announces Switch to Online Classes for Beginning of School Year
"Is moving to online learning for the first two weeks of the fall semester and delaying the start of school by two days. The university said the rising numbers of covid cases in the area students start arriving on campus. The online plan is in effect, at least through September. 3rd.
With No Beds, Hospitals In Several States Fly Critical COVID-19 Patients to Far-off Cities
"Hospitals with no beds to offer putting critically ill covid patients on planes, helicopters and ambulances and sending them hundreds of miles away for treatment. The surge in the delta variant of the virus has pushed hospitals to the brink in many states and resulted in a desperate scramble to find beds for patients. Current virus response coordinator Jeff Science We continue to see a rising cases. Driven by the more transmissible delta variant cases concentrated. In communities with lower vaccination rates. Florida, Arkansas, Oregon, Hawaii, Louisiana and Mississippi of all set pandemic wreckage for covid hospitalizations in recent weeks.
College Roommate Situations Could Get Tricky With COVID-19
"10 Pro. Imagine this. You're fully vaccinated. And finally, after a year and a half stuck at home, headed to college, you get to campus, check into your dorm and start unpacking. Then your new roommate walks in with some surprising news. They didn't get the covid vaccine. And don't plan to now what? Lindsay Schnell, Higher education reporter at USA Today has been exploring the scenario. Lindsay, what's happening? Yeah, you know, it's so interesting to look across the country, we know that there are more than 700 colleges that are requiring the vaccine for students. But that leaves hundreds of colleges and millions of students that aren't required to get it. Um particularly in states where we're seeing big explosions of cases right now due to the delta variant. So schools that aren't requiring it. There's absolutely a situation where you could have a student shop who's vaccinated and find out he or she is rooming with someone who is not vaccinated. The the big question was, you know, Should you wear a mask all the time. Should you sleep in a mask? Doctors? I spoke to said you should not sleep in a mask, but otherwise you probably should wear one. Um and that's I think challenging because you know for all of us over the last year and a half as we've navigated this pandemic. Lot of us have gotten used to wearing masks right when we leave our houses, But our houses are usually the safe space where we can not where something and that Might not be the case now for college, particularly for college freshmen. They're usually the
Tropical Storm Grace Drenching Haiti as Quake Death Toll Tops 1,400
"Toll from Saturday's magnitude 7.2 quake in Haiti is going up as a tropical storm now batters the country NBC's Gabe Gutierrez reports from there. Overnight. Tropical depression grace dumping more heavy rain on this country leading to fears of more mudslides. But Haitian authorities say the death toll from the earthquake is rising. Now more than 1400 people death More than 6900 are injured, and an unknown number of people remain missing. Now the Family action Network movement is holding a press conference later this morning to discuss how we can best help the people of Haiti. Executive director Mark Lane, Boston says they do not want food, water or clothing. Right now we are collecting money. We are collecting medications on over the counter medications and medical equipment. She says that they're trying to make sure that they don't have the same issues they had in 2010. When an earthquake donation got into the wrong hands and were not distributed properly to the people in
Bus Crashes on New York Thruway
"Say more than 50. People were taken to hospitals after a bus bound for Niagara Falls, crashed on the New York State Thruway near we'd sport today, that's about 25 miles west of Syracuse. There is no immediate word on the severity of the injuries, but some patients were taken for high level trauma care. The bus was headed from the Fishkill area in the Hudson Valley.
U.S. Government Wants a Greater Role in How Americans Access Internet
"President Biden bid to inject government deeper into the private sector is getting its first big test in the broadband industry Congress on Tuesday as you'll recall advanced legislation that allocates $65 billion in new taxpayer money to expand high speed Internet access for millions of unconnected households. In doing so, proponents say. The legislation recast broadband service as a necessity more akin to water and electricity. More from Jacob Schlessinger, senior correspondent at the Wall Street Journal, Jake, Break it down. So the first one is a significant increase in government spending on the Internet. $65 billion in total over the next few years, roughly 40 billion of that goes to building out, Uh, high speed broadband. Two areas, mainly rural, that don't have it right now. And the balance goes to subsidizing Internet for low income households, which is itself a pretty big change. Um, beyond the money. There's a number of strings that get Attached for Internet providers, whether it's requirements for disclosure kind of nutrition label on their plans to requirements, um that some of them participate in low income, offering low income planes with certain terms and conditions, so in a lot of ways, whether it's the money or the regulation, this doesn't open the door to a bigger Washington role in a sector that comparatively has had relatively little
Real Estate Agents Ask Court to Block Eviction Moratorium
All 98 Victims of Surfside Building Collapse Have Been Identified
"County Mayor Daniel Levine Carver as they believe now they know the identities of all 98 people who died when that condo collapsed. Nothing we can say or do will bring back these 98 Angels. Who left behind grieving families, beloved friends. Loved ones across this community and across the world. What we have done everything possible to bring closure to the families.
Federal Court Lifts CDC Rules for Florida-Based Cruise Ships
"Court has sided with Florida to live. CDC CRUISE SHIP rules The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta has ruled to ban pandemic restrictions on cruise ships. Last Saturday three judge panel had temporarily blocked a previous ruling. But the court reversed that decision yesterday. The CDC says Florida's cruise companies still need to report any outbreaks or deaths and follow health dis infections to prevent the introduction, transmission or spread of communicable diseases. Cuban
Tokyo Olympics Nearly Underway
The First Child Tax Credit Payments Go out This Week
"Batch of $300 child tax credits is heading family bank accounts as part of President Biden Stimulus law. They are set to continue for the next five months, though some Democrats want them to be permanent a new morning consult political survey finds, While just Over half of voters support the monthly payments close to the same number feel they should be temporary.
Is Biden Tackling Online COVID-19 Misinformation Effectively?
"Com slash credit. The federal government is stepping up its effort to purge the Internet of what it calls covid 19 misinformation. White House press secretary Jen Psaki recently singled out a dozen specific anti vaccine Facebook accounts. And called on Facebook to ban them, she said there were about 12 people producing 65% of vaccine misinformation on social media platforms is the Biden administration right in urging Facebook to ban These anti vaccine accounts in depth analysis from Adam Razuri, chief marketing officer with Agency Partner Interactive, a digital marketing firm in Dallas. Adam, How do you see it? We have a collection of mainstream social media outlets, things that people look to you to obviously communicate and spread various types of messaging. And of course, there's the White House, which understands that the social media platforms are really effective when it comes to spreading certain bits of info specific to covid. There's been a lot of concerns there from the administration as to what sort of messaging is going out there and what the impact from that might be. Now the concern. I think that we should all have as Americans is this intersection of government and the way it might control the operations of what I believe should operate as private companies. Companies that influence quite literally the population of half the world. So one of the concerns that we've seen and actually I would say more of an admission that we saw come from the White House press secretary Was this this admission that the government specifically the administration was In fact, working to tag specific types of content related to vaccine information. When you have the government identifying user accounts that should be Looked at for suspension. I mean, you have to understand that there is a political context to that one that could lead to quite frankly, the alienation of subject matter experts who truly do have something to say, or valid questions to ask when
Biden Accuses Social Media Platforms Of "Killing People" Through COVID-19 Misinformation
"Safe. Three people were wounded in the incident. Social media and tech platforms are feeling the heat from the Biden administration for what officials say is their inaction on stopping misinformation about Covid 19 and vaccines. President Biden set the tone Friday when he said they're killing people. When asked what his messages to platforms like Facebook on Covid misinformation,
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"Gordon deal thanks for spending time with us even if everything navigation is pointing in the direction of G. P. S. you'll never tear some folks away from their paper maps sales of the old school maps are actually on the rise US sales of print maps and road atlases I've had a five year compound annual growth rate of ten percent with Google maps apple maps and waze seemingly growing by leaps and bounds why would paper still sell we're joined now by ed Baig technology writer at USA today ed paper maps really paper maps typically won't steer you in the wrong direction not that we don't all love GPS paper maps don't run out of battery and people like the fact that you know take a mac you know he laid on the table flat and just give you a perspective again obviously with GPS or or looking at a you know an app on your phone we looking really at the small screen interest give you the sweeping perspective you wouldn't get otherwise I hate to admit it and is this an age thing visit us folks who like the old paper map I think that I think that's actually partly true not completely true but certainly you know the people who traditionally would run to the triple a for or you know who who had road atlas in their car but having said that I did talk to a number of people of different ages who like the idea of having paper even as a back up because again we work for his out hiking somewhere or surfing around on a boat there are a lot of places where you want specialized paper maps you know we're we're GPS either fall short or again you wanted for that back still makes paper maps by the way and do you have to be selling something else in your store in order to make a profit actually a lot of people still sell paper maps and surprise surprise me you know I talked to the rand McNally to the world and being seen an uptick in sale with up to some analysts said that you're over years sales for paper maps and atlases are actually still on the rise I talked to a guy who owns this place called the the map shop which is down in Charlotte North Carolina and it actually expanded their retail presence now heart let's do some manufacturing of kind of the three dimensional weight map but the business is still you know they're still doing well although the owner told me he you know he can't go a day where we're at somebody will walk in and say you guys are still under while we're speaking with a big tech columnist at USA today through the fun piece entitled to move aside Google maps apple maps and GPS why people still love their paper maps are so that said as you point out these popular apps are operating what's going on yeah apple has just come out with in any version of apple maps focus of by the way a lot on privacy because that's another thing you know with paper maps not gonna track you and you know but apple apple is insisting that they have very strong privacy controls in their Google does Truckee to some degree although there on the call in because I need a mode which you can enable you also you know implement some privacy protections there but both Google maps and apple maps constantly upgrading and trying to make the experience better which I think for the most part they happen the stories of of people driving into lakes scene to be falling off at least it's not the same it was yeah now that's for sure I remember driving diss some time ago but yeah I mean the Upper West Side of Manhattan the looking for gas station and the the GPS basically said there's one nearby in New Jersey what they didn't factor in was nearby you know across the river right but you know it's gotten better since those days to be fair I said ed big technology writer at USA today it is six minutes.
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"With Gordon Deal. Thanks for spending time with us in welcome into Wednesday may twenty nine Gordon Deal. Jennifer kushinka. Some of our top stories and headlines tornado strike northeast Kansas and southeastern Pennsylvania. That's five hundred tornadoes reported in the last thirty days national weather service's flooding in at least eight states alone. The Mississippi River is the longest lasting since nineteen twenty seven supreme court won't reinstate Indiana's ban on abortion for sex selection. National spelling bee underway in Maryland. New fashion line from riana available today, and the workers who custom built a Walker for a two year old boy that story in about twenty minutes. Coming today from the Dell studios, Dellis thanking small businesses this month with up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today last year, an army of paid workers with stacks of voter registration forms. Fanned out in Memphis, Nashville in other parts of Tennessee to persuade African Americans to vote by October. The Tennessee black voter project took credit for turning in more than ninety thousand voter registration applications, but officials in the state's two largest counties say the surge of forms in the weeks before election day was chaotic and consuming base. Thousands of applications had errors or omissions and their workers were overwhelmed by the task.
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"With Gordon Deal. Thanks for spending time with us in welcome into Wednesday may twenty nine Gordon Deal. Jennifer kushinka. Some of our top stories and headlines tornado strike northeast Kansas and southeastern Pennsylvania. That's five hundred tornadoes reported in the last thirty days national weather service's flooding in at least eight states along the Mississippi River is the longest lasting since nineteen twenty seven supreme court won't reinstate Indiana's ban on abortion for sex election. National spelling bee underway in Maryland. New fashion line from riana available today, and the workers who custom built a Walker for a two year old boy that story in about twenty minutes. Coming to you today from the Dell studios Dallas thanking small businesses this month with up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, call eight seven seven buy Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today last year, an army of paid workers with stacks of voter registration forms. Fanned out in Memphis, Nashville in other parts of Tennessee to persuade African Americans to vote by October. The Tennessee black voter project took credit for turning in more than ninety thousand voter registration applications, but officials in the state's two largest counties say the surge of forms in the weeks before election day was chaotic and consuming base of thousands of applications had errors or omissions and their workers were overwhelmed by the task.
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"Gordon Deal. Thanks for spending time of this in welcome into Wednesday may twenty nine Gordon Deal. Jennifer Kushinka, some of our top stories and headlines tornadoes strike northeast Kansas and southeastern Pennsylvania. That's five hundred tornadoes reported in the last thirty days national weather service's flooding in at least eight states along the Mississippi River is the longest lasting since nineteen twenty seven supreme court won't reinstate Indiana's ban on abortion for sex selection. National spelling bee underway in Maryland. New fashion line from riana available today, and the workers who custom built a Walker for a two year old boy that story in about twenty minutes. Coming to you today from the Dell studios Dellis thanking small businesses this month with up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, call eight seven seven buy Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today last year army of paid workers with stacks of voter registration forms. Fanned out in Memphis, Nashville in other parts of Tennessee to persuade African Americans to vote by Tober the Tennessee black voter project to credit for turning in more than ninety thousand voter registration applications, but officials in the state's two largest counties say the surge of forms in the weeks before election day was chaotic and consuming base. Thousands of applications had errors or omissions and their workers were overwhelmed by the task.
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"First News this weekend with Gordon Deal. But what does America apparently is running out of bridge players? The American contract bridge league nonprofit that promotes the card game and holds tournaments has about one hundred sixty five thousand members down from one hundred seventy five thousand in the late nineties. In addition reporter, James Hagerty, at the Wall Street Journal says the average age has risen from fifty eight to around seventy one in that same period. James, what are you hearing? Well, bridges. I think is thriving because it's a it's an intellectual game that continues the fast, many many people, but what's kind of an endangered aspect of. It is these social clubs that meet in members homes once a month where mostly ladies get together and play a bit of bridge. But also talk over what's going on in their lives as I think there was one woman in your story who said it's cheaper than therapy. That's right. Yeah. My mother always used to say there are some things that I take to the Lord in prayer and other things that I take my bridge club. So so you found this one out in Mount, Lebanon, Pennsylvania. Explain what's going on with these ladies. Well, really, this is a club of women aged sixty six to seventy eight which is actually fairly young for women in social bridge clubs, and this club has been going for fifty years, although it only has one original member at this point. But they meet once a month and by cards, and they talk and they share things in their lives. And they've they face just about every kind of crisis. You can imagine from breast cancer until losing spouses to kids getting in trouble with the law etcetera. How about groups that promote the game? Well, there's the American contract bridge league, which is a a major organization that organizes tournaments and ratings of players and support programs that teach students to learn bridge. And there are a lot of in just about any town of any size. There are public places where you can go to play duplicate bridge and these attract the more serious players. They're less social and a bit more. More about the cards and improving your game is they're thinking that young people are just not interested in this game anymore. Or is it that people don't want to have other people in their homes anymore. Well, I think the game definitely interest has declined among younger people. You don't find that many people under age sixty or so who play you do find you always find some and they continue to to learn the game. But it's just not the universal pastime at once was. So I think it's it's more for the people who take it seriously many of them play online or they play in these organized centers for for the social clubs. It is partly that. It's a lot of work to have people come out of your house. You have to clean the house and prepare a meal and get everything organized and people who have the time to do that are willing to do that today speak with James Hagerty reporter at the Wall Street Journal talking about his story entitled America's aging bridge clubs, find themselves holding a tough hand. This was not passed on to the kids at least not successfully. Apparently yet ladies in the bridge club. I visited all of them tried to teach their kids. To play bridge, none of them succeeded, but I talked to some of their their daughters, and they kind of a little bit wistful about this. They can see that the bridge club has been great for their moms. And they kind of wish they had something like that. They're not sure they have the patience to learn bridge. But they can see the point of it. Thanks to James, Gregory reporter at the Wall Street Journal six minutes now in front of the hour on this weekend. Round here. Everyone knows you need the right tool for the job..
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"With Gordon Deal. Which could be what the Republican party is moving early to build a political firewall around Arizona's critical electoral college votes, a recognition that the perennial. Red state is threatening to turn against President Trump in twenty twenty more from David Drucker, senior correspondent at the Washington Examiner. David what's going on? Well, I think when you look at the results the twenty mid-term midterm elections in the US Senate race had a democrat win a wide Federal Way for the first time in about twenty five thirty years, and so Republicans you concern because a lot of support Christie person services for came from a vote, rich, Phoenix suburbs. And. Rigors of Arizona by dominating. The Phoenix coverage. Was stronger there and she wants so because a lot of strong. Republican not like President Trump. Republicans especially women that have voted for the more traditional Republicans have not taken to the president's ultra populism. And when you look at that factor along with help close Zona was and twenty sixteen Trump wanted and a half point. And this is after Hillary Clinton was damage at the end by that second by the letter from James Comey suggested they will reopen any FBI investigation into the private server Republicans realize that they're not gonna take for granted. Now, it doesn't mean that Zona. By any measure, very very good chance of President Trump derozan. Most Republicans feel about it. Here is they don't feel that that will happen. Of time energy, manpower and money into that state. Okay. So there are some specifics happening here. Right because Doug Ducey the governor who's a Republican won easily last fall, right? Reelection. And that was because he was running against democratic challenger. I think that's in part because Doug Ducey is the kind of that era zones. And he was able to draw that contrast with his opponent. So again, there are still some some bright spot there for Republicans on I think when you look at a state, however, we're nine of the last ten presidential elections. Well, went for the Republican you start to get this sense of. It's just a red state. No matter what Democrats say because it always turns out that way. Well, as we saw in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Michigan last time around these things constant until they're not and the electoral votes, the good part of the Trump electoral college coalition. So they put a state director in their building expensive voter turnout operation in the state. And I think that it is going to be among me major. Battleground, obviously, not every state is contested when she got into a general election. I think you're gonna see era Zona a top tier battleground. I think the president can spend a lot of time there democratic nominee spend a lot of time there. I think that if you were President Trump he'd much rather run against Sanders or somebody that is perceived very well like that. I think that kind of a demographic, and I have a much harder time contesting Aaron Donald speak with David Drucker senior correspondent at the Washington exam. His piece is called Trump campaign moving early to keep Arizona from switching to blue in twenty twenty how about help from from the mic Sally campaign campaign return of operation because we're going to be targeting and not an event not totally. But in some regarding different trying to voter and the Trump campaign might be targeting. And it's going to be reasonably big especially for a presidential year. When usually the national party of everything the national party, obviously is going to be blanketing the state we just discussed that. Campaign to be its own work going after what they call McCain. Moms. Bourbon females that have voted for John McCain bombing Jeff flake in they're going to try and make sure that a different sort of voter. For their campaign. They're going to get it. David David Drucker, senior correspondent at the Washington.
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"Waiting. Good morning. I'm Gordon Deal along with Jennifer Kushinka on this Thursday, February fourteen glad you're with us. Here's what we have for you. This hour indications are that President Trump will sign a border security agreement to avoid another shutdown, but he has not offered his full support. A judge has ruled that former Trump campaign manager, Paul Manafort lied in violation of his plea deal and faces more prison time NASA, hold a celery, Tori, wake for the four hundred pound Mars Rover named opportunity here. Some of the robots key discoveries and revisiting parkland, Florida one year after mass shooting at a high school took seventeen lives, really complicated. Picture a year later, you know, you have in some regard people recapturing some of the. Some semblance of normal p than that they had before many people have gone through trauma counseling. Commemorated those loss. They've grieved Dave come together. And then all variety of a group Wall Street Journal reporter Ariane temple Florus paid a visit to parkland. He's here in about two minutes. President Trump is likely to sign the border security legislation that would prevent a government shutdown this weekend, but he still exploring ways to secure additional funding the eleven hundred page Bill finalized last night is expected to be voted on today by the house and Senate, and then it will head to the president's desk for his signature. It includes one point three eight billion dollars for fifty five miles of physical barriers along the Mexican border a lot less than the five point seven billion Mr. Trump wanted. That's one reason he's given no assurance he'll sign it. As we review the new proposal from congress. I can promise you this. I will never waver from my sacred duty to defend this nation and its people. We will get the job done. The wall is very very. On it's way. It's happening. The deal backed by congressional leaders in both parties would fund the department of homeland security which oversees the border and a group of other federal agencies through September..
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"This morning with Gordon Deal. Spend some time with us on this Thursday after more than a month of Washington operating at a near standstill Democrats Republicans and the White House are already to notch some political wins. But to do that they'll have to work together. Elisa Collins, congressional reporter at USA today. Ask some lawmakers if they thought that was possible Elisa, what did they say? Well, it's I think is the key word here. But not on a broad array of there's just a few issues where there really is a chance and those issues I would say the main to our prescription drugs lowering the cost of healthcare and the other one is infrastructure investment. There is a third. The Democrats are hoping to basically get the president involved in. And then thinking the party might come along and that it would be ethics reform. Basically, he ran on drain the swamp and Democrats are hoping that the bay still wants that. And they may be able to make some changes lobbying money and politics that sort of thing, but they are. Less optimistic about that wider store with prescription drugs. What could unfold there because that's a slippery one. Yeah. Yeah. I think there is very broad agreement that the cost of prescription drugs is too high and the president has really made this issue. He cares. A lot about I talk to Vermont democrat, Peter Welch who is on a couple of the committees that look at prescription drugs. He's also on that affordable prescription drug task force. He's a co chair. And so he's met with the president on this issue. He said Trump was really enthusiastic energetic about it. Even said, we're getting murdered by drug companies so wealthy optimistic about for the president says he wants to be on the issue. But so far he said what the administration has done has been pretty modest. It sounds lovely on everybody would like less expensive drugs, but the fear. I guess I have is that pharmaceutical companies say, well, if you're gonna campus it, you know, two or three percent increases year on prices. We're not going to be able to research and develop as much or offer as many coupons. I don't know like. To your political campaign. Yeah. I mean. And that I think is a big problem. And so if something were to move on prescription drugs, I imagine it would be narrow it would not be an overhaul of the whole system because both Democrats and Republicans do have pharmaceutical companies in their districts in their states. You know, they donate to their campaigns. No, one wants to be the person say, you know, having to respond to companies saying fine. We just can't fix this disease because we can't research it. So I think there are narrow bills. But exactly right. That is a big concern. And that's why I don't imagine. We will see a giant overhaul of the system, we're speaking. With Elisa Collins USA today, congressional correspondent she's written a piece entitled President Trump says he wants bipartisanship, but is it possible talking about infrastructure because that I feel like we've been hearing about that for a couple of years. And if nothing's happened at this point, what what what British optimism for twenty nineteen pas line as was prescription drugs, actually, bipartisan whole chamber stand up. But again, it's it's once you get to the details there is really broad consensus that the bridges and highways in this country needs to be fixed and people understand that it's very expensive to do that. But we're the real breakdown is is House Republicans tend to look for private investment Democrats thinks that the government should be paying for it. There's talk about a gas tax. But there are lawmakers in both parties who oppose that the president has called last year state of the union for one point five trillion dollar infrastructure Bill, but basically, you know, Democrats were very excited about that. But then when it came down to the details, first of all, they weren't many and the ones that there were definitely aren't hypocrites and critics because it would basically fun this program through either the private sector or taking funding from local governments that had been set aside for other products. No, that's a non starter for democrat. It's really interesting 'cause the transportation committee, another one. This committees. That is very bipartisan. They agree that something needs to be done. This is the president campaigned on twenty sixteen. It's stressed how to pay for it. Elisa Elisa Collins, congressional reporter at USA today..
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"I'm Gordon Deal along with Jennifer Kushinka on this Monday, February fourth glad you're with us. Here's what's up this hour. New England Patriots captured their third Super Bowl in the past five years. Stifling, the LA Rams thirteen to three Jillian Eshelman was chosen MVP in politics. Virginia governor north Ralph Northam says he won't resign over a photo from his medical school yearbook. Four people were killed in a home in southern California. When a small plane crashed into it the pilot also died, no word on a cause. And President Trump isn't ruling out another government shutdown. Plus is he right that border security talks are doomed there's been several attempts by congress and the White House to fix the immigration system. Everybody agrees. It's broken. But did not quite sure how. Exactly do this ledge king USA today with a history of grand bargain that ultimately failed. He's here in less than ten minutes. President Trump won't rule out another government shutdown this month, and is reiterating his willingness to declare a national emergency to get funding for his proposed border wall. That's if a bipartisan committee of seventeen members of congress can't reach agreement by February fifteenth, and we're gonna have a strong border, and the only way you have a strong border. Is you need a physical barrier. You need a wall. President also repeated his commitment to withdraw some troops from Afghanistan in Syria. But said he wanted to keep some US forces in Iraq to keep an eye on Iran. We done an incredible job with Syria. When I took over Syria was infested with ISIS. It was all over the place. And now, you have very little ISIS, and you have the caliphate almost knocked out. He gave a wide ranging interview to CBS news for its Super Bowl coverage. He also disputed reports that secretary of state Mike Pompeo is considering a Senate run from his home state of Kansas, Mr. Pompeo, formerly served as a member of the house of representatives. Two exciting quarterbacks combined for one touchdown in the lowest scoring Super Bowl ever as the patriots beat the Rams thirteen to three. It's the sixth Lombardi trophy for New England quarterback Tom Brady. Yeah. We grind it out. It was tough. They they made every play tough tonight. I give them a lot of credit coach Phillips all those players. They play really well on defense. Fortunately, our defense really played the best game they have all season. And it was just an incredible win. The pats defense held the Rams to fourteen first downs and just two hundred sixty total yards whiteout Julian Edelman was the MVP of Super Bowl fifty three with ten catches for one hundred forty one yards. It was a struggle for the normally high flying Rams offense. Whilst Angeles went three of thirteen on third down and failed to reach the end zone quarterback. Jared Goff finished nineteen of thirty eight for two hundred twenty nine yards and an interception sucks..
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"You can follow us on Twitter at this morning show. You can follow me directly on Twitter at Gordon Deal. Well, the deal that ended the government shutdown without funding for a border wall was a bitter pill for voters who sent President Trump to the White House. But they say they're still backing him as the border security fight with Democrats enters round two more from S A Miller White House reporter at the Washington Times. Steve who'd you talk to what we talked to a bunch of Trump voters. So we keep in touch with since the election just to see what would how they how they reacted and. Pretty much the same the same people that they you know, they were just pointed that they didn't get this fall. You know that the president went on. But they weren't giving up on the president. Blaming him or. More or his plan for a wall. They still don't think he's going to be planning for it or the optimistic that a deal for a wall. We'll get done within the three weeks anybody's optimistic that actually make a deal. And I think, you know, his supporters of a realist, they see the writing on the wall if you will. Polos he's gonna shut down the Westwood now. But they, you know, they still company's going to do something maybe national emergency or something along those lines to try to try and get this project off the ground. And would they be okay with that? What? I believe so they they want to do something to take action. And do you know to move on this on this thing that you know, that he ran on that they believe in? You know, border security. We'll tell you, you know, that that's a major issue. It's on the major issues that the President Trump to the White House. So you know, they they wanted to see what to do whatever Beverly has to do whatever it is thirty. I guess it'll be up to the courses. I, but you know, he's a legitimate use of as the thirty. But they're pretty good argument that. We're speaking with SA Miller White House correspondent at the Washington Times. In addition to a physical border wall. What would his supporters like to see? Well, I think there's pretty broad support for, you know, the the the type of things that he's talked about moving towards a mirror based system..
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"Gordon Deal along with Rasa Kaye. It's time now to go beyond the headlines. This morning's Mike Gavin is here with a look at some of the other stories he'll be talking about this morning. Good morning. Well, it's becoming abundantly clear that we need saving from ourselves gen when it comes to our more exotic pets after the CDC was compelled to issue another warning about getting too cozy with our animals this time about hedgehogs at least eleven people in eight states have been affected by salmonella outbreak that the CDC says is linked to pet hedgehogs. The CDC also warn people should not kiss or snuggle the spiny animals because they can spread salmonella germs to your face and mouth and make you sick. At least one person has been hospitalized in relation to the outbreak. This comes on the heels of a warning the CDC put out in October of last year advising people that it wasn't a great idea to dress up your pet chicken and parade them around on Halloween night for fear that passersby could contract salmonella from petting the costume birds. And then not washing their hands immediately afterwards. It's not really that funny. But it's kind of funny like who has hedgehogs I said that newsroom and Rossa pipes up. And she's like, oh, everybody. I know has had jobs. Yeah. Hedgehogs? I got three hedgehogs in the car. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know anyone with it. See people having them. I mean, they look they look cute. Kisses them. Yeah. Yeah. And I guess because because there's only a limited area where you can kiss them. Probably. Right. 'cause they got those spikes on them. You're not gonna kiss the spikes. So you a kiss them like right on the head or something? So I know wheelhouse, snakes and hedgehogs not on your list, at least, they're cute. Yeah. Yes. Unlike snakes, and if you're looking for a summer job, Jan that involves a lot of driving, and that's guaranteed to make people do a double take. We've definitely got one for you. Oscar Mayer has announced that they are hiring for a driver also known as a hot dog do operates their one of their icon, contact twenty-seven foot long wiener mobiles to travel coast to coast the position lasts for only a year. It's described as one hundred percent travel, and includes required TV radio and charity event appearances good news. A commercial driver's license is not required for the job. But a bachelor's degree is preferably in marketing journalism or related field benefits.
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"I'm Gordon Deal along with Jennifer Kushinka on this Friday, January eighteen thanks for joining us. Here's what we have for you this hour at the last minute. President Trump says house speaker Nancy Pelosi cannot use a military plane to travel with a delegation to Afghanistan report from BuzzFeed says the president directed personal attorney Michael Cohen to lie to congress about a Moscow tower project. I winter storm that pummeled California is making its way to the upper midwest today, and then could dump as much as forty inches of snow on parts of New England what to do when your personal identity theft defects. How you do your job at the office or a lot of folks disbelieved into their professional life. Initial analysis of data from the identity theft resource center found that about one in three victims who have experienced difficulties at work as. As a result of identity theft that happened to them in their personal lives. Kelli grant that CNBC dot com on a personal problem becoming a professional one. She's here in about twenty minutes. The political battle between President Trump and house speaker Nancy Pelosi has gone to the next level over the partial government shutdown a day after she proposed that Mr. Trump delay his state of the union address during the closure. He responded by postponing her use of military plane to travel with a delegation to Afghanistan the two parties are at an impasse over funding for a border wall, while many Democrats in the house and Senate would like to make a deal speaker Pelosi will not let them negotiate the party has been hijacked by the open borders fringe within the party Virginia democratic Senator Tim Kaine was upset with the president's move. This guy is so unbelievably Patty, then this is bullies everywhere are petty insecure people, and that's what this move demonstrates. Several members of the delegation were reportedly already sitting in a bus that would take him to Andrews Air Force base. They received news of the postponement. Mr. Trump reminded MRs Pelosi that flying commercial was still an option..
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"Gordon Deal deadly ambush in Syria. Good morning, I'm Gordon Deal along with Jennifer Kushinka on this Thursday, January seventeen thanks for joining us. Here's what's up this hour for Americans have been killed after a bomb attack by ISIS fighters in northern Syria. That's intensified talks about plans to withdraw US troops. A twenty one year old Georgia man has been arrested by undercover FBI agents for plotting to blast his way into the White House with an antitank weapon should the state of the union address be delayed because of the government shutdown house speaker Nancy Pelosi, thanks and why we could be paying more in taxes. This year realistically, the federal tax change landscape is probably going to be pretty quiet. However, a lot of state legislatures are likely to be looking at and. Passing new state taxes on a variety of issues. Ross wiles at the Arizona Republic on facing more in common online sales taxes in two thousand nineteen his report in about twenty minutes. At least four Americans have been killed by a bombing in Syria carried out by Islamic steep. The Pentagon says to military service members a civilian defense department employees and a Pentagon contractor were among nineteen people. Overall believed to have been killed in yesterday's blast which occurred at a popular restaurant. The incident has rekindled discussions about President Trump's plan to withdraw troops from the country. Here's South Carolina, Senator Lindsey Graham, I know people frustrated, but we're never going to be safe here, unless we're willing to help people over there who will stand up against this radical ideology administration says the troop withdrawal is going forward. Prior to yesterday to Americans had been killed in action in Syria were US ground troops have been deployed against ISIS since two thousand fifteen the US has begun to withdraw some equipment from Syria. But timeline of the personnel draw down is not clear as US officials try to ensure that America's Kurdish partners in Syria will.
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"I'm Gordon Deal along with Jennifer Kushinka on this Friday, January eleven glitch could be with us. And here's what we have for you this hour after President Trump's border. Visit the White House began discussing where to take the money to pay for the wall. If an emergency is declared a thirteen year old girl from Wisconsin who's been missing since her parents murder in October has been found alive. Michael Cohen, the fix it lawyer for president. Trump has agreed to testify before a house committee led now by Democrats. Then why apple is more interested in having you trade in your iphone challenge. I think they've had is that consumers aren't necessarily aware of what's on offer from them and typically the sort of point of sale for many consumers was going to their brides AT and T T mobile store and doing it through their carrier Wall Street Journal reporter, Sara Krause on how apple is responding to slower iphone sales. She's here in about twenty minutes. White House officials are divided over whether President Trump should declare a national emergency to get funding to build a southern border wall and thereby end a partial government shutdown. The Wall Street Journal says the White House has asked the army corps of engineers to examine potentially diverting money. From other projects to pay for the wall. The administration could also have the department of homeland security request funds from the Pentagon. The president is considering his options after a visit yesterday to mcallen, Texas along the US border with Mexico. They need a barrier they need.
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"I'm Gordon Deal along with Jennifer Kushinka on this Thursday, January ten ledger with us what we have for you this hour after negotiations broke down. President Trump is brought back. The idea of declaring a national emergency to get funding for his wall on the southern border deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein is preparing to leave his post hill reportedly do so when the new attorney general takes over Trump's threatening to withhold FEMA money from victims of California's wildfire saying forests were poorly managed, and how falling mortgage rates might provide a temporary spark to a lethargic housing market for mortgage rates fall by nearly half a percentage point since the fall. In the housing market that you might see a bit of a rebound Marcus sort of cool cooled over the last year. But there might be sort of a last chance for people to get in and refi or get mortgage rates that are below what they might be able to get Wall Street Journal reporter thin is in on the impact of mortgage rates dropping to their lowest level in months that report in about twenty minutes. Zero progress over talks to end the government shutdown and now White House officials or again floating the idea that President Trump might declare a national emergency to free up funding from the Pentagon to get his southern border wall built discussions at the White House between the president and congressional leaders collapsed when Mr. Trump walked out yesterday, I call on congress to send me a funding Bill to secure the border build a barrier. And help end this horrific assault on innocent life. Not to mention the drugs. Not to mention the gangs and the criminals. Democrats want him to open the government while negotiating wall funding. Mr. Trump wants wall funding before any reopening federal workers or risk of not getting paychecks tomorrow. House speaker Nancy Pelosi that means in their lives.
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"I'm Gordon Deal along with Jennifer Kushinka on this Thursday, January third. Glad you're with us in here. What we have for you this hour a meeting between President Trump and congressional leaders has not led to an agreement on border while funding. So the partial government closure enters day thirteen sad news from the entertainment world, we said goodbye yesterday to personalities from the news industry professional wrestling. And Hollywood Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is apologizing to women who worked on his presidential campaign and say they were sexually harassed then people getting robo calls for calling the phone numbers that appear on their ID. What's happening here is folks who have been on the receiving end robo calls are at times calling back the numbers they see their cell phone or even landline to yell at the caller. But in fact. That person did not necessarily make the call many rebel colors, and scammers are able to spoof. Number Wall Street Journal reporter, Sara Crowson, robocall revenge. That's not working. She's here in about twenty minutes. President Trump and congressional leaders from both parties are not any closer to resolving the partial government shutdown which is nearly two weeks old. They met yesterday at the president's invite but did not find agreement over funding for a border wall. This isn't just a border. This is national security. This is health and wellness. This is everything. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer. This is isn't I asked him directly. I said Mr President give me one good reason why you should continue your shutdown of the of the eight cabinet departments. While we are debating our differences on homeland security. He could not give a good answer.
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"With Gordon Deal. Thanks to being with us canned tuna along Spock staple from the twentieth century right is fighting to keep it. Spot. In American pantries century-old tuna companies like starkist or trying to reboot demand for tuna fish selling it in cans pouches and kits with trendy flavors or as a healthy snack as they seek to hold onto their dominance in a shrinking market. Meanwhile, new players are trying to make inroads more from Wall Street Journal reporter Jesse Newman. Jesse what are we seen? We have seen a huge decline a precipitous decline in Cancun consumption over the past couple of decades. So Americans just aren't eating as much Cantona as they once were and the big three two companies. This is star Kist Bumblebee. And chicken of the sea are busy scrambling to try to figure out how to reverse that trend. They are coming out with all sorts of different products and packaging to try to hold onto their dominance in. What is a much much smaller? Than it. Once was what's happening? I can we're not eating as much tuna. Well for one thing they're having a hard time appealing to millennials. So and you noted in the title millennials and others are looking for convenience. So they want healthy convenient snack, and there's a lot of competition in the healthy convenient snack category. So you have to makers who are now trying to compete with things like as simple, as you know, almonds and other nuts and some fancy beef turkeys, though, some of the tuna companies they are creating these snack kits which they're selling it trying to sell in supermarket checkout aisles next to you know, the kind bar or the beef jerky, and it's just it's proving to be a hard sell. I mean, you know, Cuna was popular with baby boomers, and, you know, a pretty big staple and lunchboxes and tuna salad then to turn a sandwiches. And there's just a lot more competition for consumers dollars today. So the ones that. They're selling say by the the kind bar at the checkout aisle of the supermarket is this like zip open suffer like just open can or what? He on the couch. These kids that comes in a box, and it's it's a little bit of tuna. And it also comes with crackers and some condiments, and you know, the ideas that it's eat on the go. It's easy. You can just spread it and make a sandwich with a pretty high protein healthy snack. That's how they're marketing it. But and actually, you know, the companies say that those sales have been doing pretty well the other place that they see promise are in these pouches. So the pouches are new, but I think they've really taken off in the past couple of years because folks, including millennials don't own Ken, Ken openers anymore. And the feedback of the companies were getting was that it just wasn't convenient enough. They moved from Kansas to to these pouches, which are sort of easy to care and the idea that they say is you can just like stick a fork in the pouch and eat it at your desk, or you know, poured onto the top of a talent. And again, it's just all focused on convenience because the feedback that these companies were getting was folks can't be bothered. Jesse Wall Street Journal reporter Jesse Newman. It is. Six minutes now in front of the hour on.