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Biden ties Republican in race for Va. governor to Trump

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 7 months ago

Biden ties Republican in race for Va. governor to Trump

"With a tight race next week for Virginia governor president Biden traveled to the Commonwealth to support the democratic candidate Democrat Terry McAuliffe previously served as Virginia's governor running again but no longer holding a lead over Republican businessman Glenn young can who's been endorsed by Donald Trump president Biden focused on that at an Arlington rally for McCall left and says Virginia needs to stay a blue state just look around what's happening with the governor of Texas and Florida this is All I Want is right to choose the large lost for this bad demikian McCall of humor Duncan for supporting trump policies and running the culture war campaign if the Republicans win November second in this neck and neck race it would be an ominous sign for other Democrats heading into next year's mid term elections Jackie Quinn Washington

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"governor president biden" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:48 min | 8 months ago

"governor president biden" Discussed on KGO 810

"Help Governor Gavin Newsom keep his job. Maybe six and a field has the latest Republican Larry Elder fighting to recall Gavin Newsom and become California's next governor. President Biden campaigning there to prevent that, Gavin you have a governor. To make sure Donald Trump's dark, destructive divisive politics never finds a place in California voters now making their final recall decisions with him. Person. Voting added to millions have already cast mail in ballots. Andy Field, ABC News Well Oppose. Polls are open until eight tonight, and as long as your ballot is mailed today, postmarked today it will be counted. The cow door. Fire has burned 219,000 acres It's now 68% contain and we do have an update on the Hopkins fire that point in Mendocino County. It's burned 257 acres, and it's 30% contained at this time. Several homes were lost in that one as well. Berkeley might expand its ban on plastic bags. Council member Kate Harrison wants to ban non compostable bad plastic bags from grocery stores, restaurants and city sponsored events. Her plan would prevent most businesses, farmers markets, street fairs and other city events from giving out reusable plastic, grocery and takeout bags. Harrison says the goal is to urge people to bring their own bags or use paper bags. The San Francisco 49 ers have lost two key players with injuries. Cornerback Jason There it has a torn A C. L. He'll undergo season ending knee surgery and running back Rahim Mustard. Has a torn knee cartilage and will miss about eight weeks. Both were injured in the Niners 41 33 victory over the Detroit Lions on Sunday. This news update is sponsored by Dolan law firm the Bay Area's premier personal injury law firm for more than 27 years, recovering.

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"governor president biden" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:52 min | 8 months ago

"governor president biden" Discussed on KOMO

"Eve of California's recall election for governor President Biden in the state Monday, campaigning for Democrat governor Gavin Newsom to stay in office to vote No on the recall. Keep Gavin as governor. The rest of America is counting on you. And so am I. Republican radio host Larry Elder is Newsom's top opponent, The president, also in California, to survey some of the damage from the states destructive wildfires. In a meeting with wildfire commanders, President Biden praised firefighters for the work they're doing on the ground God made man. Then he made a few firefighters. You all and most incredible people. Now I'm not saying it's not hyperbole. The president promised his administration's full support for whatever firefighters need, including more pay for federal firefighters. Alex Stone ABC New Fencing is going up any day now around the U. S. Capitol by request of the Capitol Police concerned about a rally this weekend in support of the January six capital rioters. U S Capitol Police board approving the costly reinstallation of that climb proof protective fencing around the capital this weekend. Was no offense to stop the January six Attackers who overran police. He sees security officials worried about a repeat attack when Trump supporters returned to protest what they call unfair treatment of more than 600 people arrested during the insurrection. A B C s Andy Field. You're listening to ABC News. If you owe the IRS back taxes, then get ready to pay up. The IRS has giant private collection agencies actively tracking down folks who Oh, the I R s. So if you think dodging them was stressful in the past. It's going to get a whole lot tougher. Optima tax relief has this advice. Don't wait. Solve your tax problems now before it's too late. Optima Tax relief works to stop the demand letter. Stop the aggressive collection actions and stop the I R s collectors from targeting. You Ask Optima about the fresh Start Initiative..

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"governor president biden" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:49 min | 8 months ago

"governor president biden" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Guidelines causing an uproar. I'm hearing Corsetti Fox News. President Biden's vaccine mandate issued last week is impelling Republican governors to fight against what they call federal overreach. The president last week said employers with more than 100 workers should require vaccinations or test workers. Weekly GOP governors say they'll fight that taking the president to court if they must. Nebraska Republican Governor Pete Ricketts on Fox News. Sunday, said the president is forcing a choice between a job and the jazz. I've talked to people who have told me if they made me kick the vaccine. I'm just going to be fired last week in response to threaten GOP lawsuits, the president told Republicans to have at it. Grenouille Scott Fox News. Meanwhile, Senator Joe Manchin, a Democratic senator, vital to the fate of President Biden's $3.5 trillion plan for social and environmental spending, says he won't support even had that amount or the timetable envisioned for passing it. Democrats have no votes to Fair they want to enact Biden's massive build back better agenda with congressional committees working toward the target of Wednesday said by party leaders to have the bill drafted Mansion is making clear that his view is there's no way at the beginning of President Biden's week will be spent in the West to speak on the recent wildfires and campaign for California's governor. President Biden on Monday, is stopping in Boise, Idaho, to tour the National Interagency Fire Center. And then he plans to tour wildfire damage around Sacramento, California before joining the state's governor, Gavin Newsom, in Long beach for a rally nuisance facing a recall effort in part over his handling of the pandemic, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said last week. The president's going to California because he remains popular there. Certainly we don't go campaign and states where we aren't wanted, but hopefully this will be helpful to the efforts of the governor. One of the most recent polls on the recall, done by UC Berkeley and L A times in early September, found 60% of likely voters do not support recalling Governor Newsom.

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"governor president biden" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

01:58 min | 8 months ago

"governor president biden" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"Real Texas really become a real talk guidelines, causing an uproar. I'm Mary Corsetti Fox News. President. Biden's vaccine mandate issued last week is impelling Republican governors to fight against what they call federal overreach. The president last week said employers with more than 100 workers should require vaccinations or test workers. Weekly GOP governors say they'll fight that taking the press. Sid into court if they must. Nebraska Republican Governor Pete Ricketts on Fox News Sunday, said the president is forcing a choice between a job and the Jazz. I've talked to people who have told me if they made me take the vaccine. I'm just going to be fired last week in response to threaten GOP lawsuits, the president told Republicans to have added Grenoble Scott Fox News. Meanwhile, Senator Joe Manchin, a Democratic senator, vital to the fate of President Biden is $3.5 trillion plan for social and environmental spending, says he won't support Even had that amount or the timetable envisioned for passing it. Democrats have no votes, despair if they want to enact Biden's massive build back better agenda, with congressional committees working toward the target of Wednesday, set by party leaders to have the bill drafted Mansion is making clear that his view is there's no way and the beginning of President Biden's week will be spent in the West to speak on the recent wildfires and campaign for California's governor. President Biden on Monday is stopping in Boise, Idaho, to tour the National Interagency Fire Center, and then he plans to tour wildfire. Damage around Sacramento, California before joining the state's governor, Gavin Newsom, in Long Beach for a rally nuisance facing a recall effort in part over his handling of the pandemic, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said last week. The president's going to California because he remains popular there. Certainly we don't go campaign in states where we aren't wanted, but hopefully this will be helpful to the efforts of the governor. One of the most recent polls on the recall, done by U C. Berkeley and L A times in early September, found 60% of likely voters do not support recalling Governor Newsom boxes. Jessica Rosen All America is listening to.

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"governor president biden" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:45 min | 8 months ago

"governor president biden" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"At week is impelling Republican governors to fight against what they call federal overreach. The president last week said employers with more than 100 workers should require vaccinations or test workers. Weekly GOP governors say they'll fight that taking the president to court if they must. Nebraska Republican Governor Pete Ricketts on Fox News Sunday, said the president is forcing a choice between a job and a jab have talked to people who have told me if they made me take the vaccine. I'm just gonna be fired last week in response to threaten GOP The lawsuits, the president told Republicans to have at it. Grenoble Scott Fox News. Meanwhile, Senator Joe Manchin, a Democratic senator, vital to the fate of President Biden is $3.5 Trillion plan for social and environmental spending, says he won't support even had that amount or the timetable envisioned for passing it. Democrats have no votes, despair they want to enact Biden's massive build back better agenda with congressional committees working toward the target of Wednesday said by party leaders to have the bill drafted Mansion is making clear that his view Is there is no way and the beginning of President Biden's week will be spent in the West to speak on the recent wildfires and campaign for California's governor. President Biden on Monday is stopping in Boise, Idaho, to toward the National Interagency Fire Center. And then he plans to tour wildfire damage around Sacramento, California before joining the state's governor, Gavin Newsom, in Long Beach for a rally. Newsom's facing a recall effort in part over his handling of the pandemic, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said last week. The president's going to California because he remains popular there. Certainly we Don't go campaign in states where we aren't wanted, but hopefully this will be helpful to the efforts of the governor, one of the most recent polls on the recall done by UC Berkeley and L A times. In early September found 60% of likely voters do not support recalling Governor Newsom boxes. Jessica Rosenthal.

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"governor president biden" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:35 min | 8 months ago

"governor president biden" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"So on Fox News Sunday, said the president is forcing a choice between a job and the jazz. I've talked to people who have told me if they made me take the vaccine. I'm just going to be fired last week in response to threaten GOP lawsuits, the president told Republicans to have at it. Grenell Scott Fox News. Meanwhile, Senator Joe Manchin, a Democratic senator, vital to the fate of President Biden is $3.5 Trillion plan for social and environmental spending, says he won't support even had that amount or the timetable envisioned for passing it. Democrat Let's have no votes to spare if they want to enact Biden's massive build back better agenda with congressional committees working toward the target of Wednesday, said by party leaders to have the bill drafted Mansion is making clear that his view is there's no way and the beginning of President Biden's week will be spent in the West to speak on the recent wildfires and campaign for California's governor. President Biden on Monday is stopping in Boise, Idaho, to toward the National Interagency Fire Center, and then he plans to tour wildfire damage around Sacramento, California before joining the state's governor. Gavin Newsom in Long Beach for a rally nuisance facing a recall effort in part over his handling of the pandemic, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said last week. The president's going to California because he remains popular there. Certainly we don't go campaign and states where we aren't wanted, but hopefully this will be helpful to the efforts of the governor. One of the most recent polls on the recall, done by UC Berkeley and L A times in early September, found 60% of likely voters do not support recalling Governor Newsom boxes. Jessica Rosenthal America is listening to Fox News. License 3 63 80 85.

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"governor president biden" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:50 min | 8 months ago

"governor president biden" Discussed on 600 WREC

"I'm Mary Corsetti. Fox News. President Biden's vaccine mandate issued last week is impelling Republican governors to fight against what they call federal overreach. The president last week said employers with more than 100 workers should require vaccinations or test workers. Weekly GOP governors say they'll fight that taking the president to court if they must. Nebraska Republican Governor Pete Ricketts on Fox News Sunday, said the president is forcing a choice between a job and the jazz. I've talked to people who have told me if they made me take the vaccine. I'm just going to be fired last week in response to threaten GOP lawsuits, the president told Republicans to have at it. Grenoble Scott Fox News. Meanwhile, Senator Joe Manchin, a Democratic senator, vital to the fate of President Biden is $3.5 Trillion plan for social and environmental spending, says he wants support even had that amount or the timetable envisioned for Passing it. Democrats have no votes, despair if they want to enact Biden's massive build back better agenda, with congressional committees working toward the target of Wednesday, set by party leaders to have the bill drafted Mansion is making clear that his view is there's no way and the beginning of President Biden's week will be spent in the West to speak on the recent wildfires and campaign for California's governor. President Biden on Monday, is stopping in Boise, Idaho, to tour the National Interagency Fire Center. And then he plans to tour wildfire damage around Sacramento, California before joining The state's governor, Gavin Newsom, in Long Beach for a rally nuisance facing a recall effort in part over his handling of the pandemic, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said last week the president's going to California because he remains popular there. Certainly we don't go campaign in states where we aren't wanted, but hopefully this will be helpful to the efforts of the governor, one of the most recent polls on the recall, done by U C. Berkeley and L A times in early September, found 60% of likely voters do not support recalling Governor Newsom boxes. Jessica Rosenthal America.

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"governor president biden" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:58 min | 8 months ago

"governor president biden" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"A cumulus station news now new guidelines, causing an uproar. I'm Mary Corsetti Fox News. President Biden's vaccine mandate issued last week is impelling Republican governors to fight against what they call federal overreach. The president last week said employers with more than 100 workers should require vaccinations or test workers. We Klay. GOP governors say they'll fight that taking the president to court if they must. Nebraska Republican Governor Pete Ricketts on Fox News Sunday, said the president is forcing a choice between a job and the jazz. I've talked to people who have told me if they made me take the vaccine. I'm just going to be fired last week in response to threaten GOP lawsuits, the president told Republicans to have at it. Grenell Scott Fox News. Meanwhile, Senator Joe Manchin, a Democratic senator, vital to the fate of President Biden's $3.5, trillion Plan for social and environmental spending, says he won't support even had that amount or the timetable envisioned for passing it. Democrats have no votes. Despair if they want to enact Biden's massive build back better agenda with congressional committees working toward the target of Wednesday said by party leaders to have the bill drafted Mansion is making clear that his view is there's no way and the beginning of President Biden's week will be spent in the West to speak on the recent wildfires and campaign for California's governor. President Biden on Monday is stopping in Boise, Idaho, to toward the North. National Interagency Fire Center, and then he plans to tour wildfire damage around Sacramento, California Before joining the state's governor, Gavin Newsom, in Long Beach for a rally was facing a recall effort in part over his handling of the pandemic, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said last week. The president's going to California because he remains popular there. Certainly we don't go campaign in states where we aren't wanted, but hopefully this will be helpful to the efforts of the governor. One of the most recent polls on the recall, done by U C. Berkeley and L A times in early September, found 60% of likely Voters do not support recalling Governor Newsom boxes. Jessica Rosenthal America is listening to Fox News..

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"governor president biden" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:18 min | 10 months ago

"governor president biden" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Npr news in washington. I'm jack speer in the end. Despite all of his efforts to remain in office. New york governor andrew cuomo today announced in fourteen days. He'll be leaving the three term democrat facing sex harassment allegations from nearly a dozen women announcing in two weeks so stepped down. npr's brian man has been covering. The governor says. The was unable to alter the narrative and his directions weren't changing. He wasn't shifting the political culture in albany in his direction. I've been speaking with many of his former allies of the last couple of days people who had stood by him before and they were all saying. We don't see a path. We don't see a way we can get behind this guy not publicly not with this gravity of allegations lieutenant governor kathy hokuto takeover and serve the balance of cuomo's term becoming new york state's first female governor president biden said. Today is no regrets about his decision to pull troops out of afghanistan. The taliban has been taking over territory more quickly than many in washington anticipated and the state department is weighing and other drawdown of us diplomats. More npr's michelle kellerman. President biden says. He will keep his commitment to resupply afghan forces and provide air support but afghan leaders. He says have to come together. Got fight for themselves fight for the nation at the state department spokesperson dead prices. The us is evaluating the threat environment around the embassy in kabul to determine the staffing posture. That is in the best interest for those serving at the embassy and how we might be able to continue to keep them safe. He says the embassy is in regular contact with washington about that michelle kellerman. Npr news the state department with extreme wildfires growing across the west. The us forest service says it is suspending. Its fire prevention. Work like using controlled burns some fire. Scientists say that will leave western states even more at risk more. Npr's laura summer with firefighters stretched thin already. The us force service says it's all hands on deck as a result it's suspending work that clears out flammable vegetation in overgrown forests that includes both controlled burns where forced her set small low intensity fires and managed wildfires which involves allowing naturally caused fires to burn remote areas more than forty fire. Scientists are pushing back on that policy. Change they say. The extreme fires burning today are being fueled by overgrown forests and suppressing. All fires is an outdated policy that will only make future disasters worse lorne summer. Npr news the one trillion dollar infrastructure bill approved by the senate today on its face may seem like it has little to do with crypto currency or the measure which would improve the nation's roads and bridges has a provision in it taking a look at the fast growing sector proposed part of the spending plan for the package imposing tax requirements for crypto currency brokers. On wall street. The dow is up one hundred sixty two. This is npr in some cases incentives to people to get a cove nineteen. Shot have not worked that well but there do appear to be some exceptions including in states like north carolina. Vaccination rates have surged there this week. After that state's governor announced plans to boost financial incentives from twenty five dollars to one hundred dollars run unvaccinated residents who come in for a shot state health officials are hoping with the added incentive. More people follow president. Biden's advice. Google has unveiled new features where it search engine and youtube aimed at protecting minors and keeping their activities private as npr's bobby allen explains the changes include stopping targeting ads for people under age eighteen. Google has long been under pressure to do more to shield young people from prying eyes on its platform. Now it's announcing a suite of changes including removing commercial content from its children's app making browsing online more private and turning off. Its auto play feature on youtube. That feature in particular has been criticized by child. Safety advocates and members of congress who say the algorithms recommendations can put misinformation and other potentially dangerous material in front of children google which is a financial supporter of. Npr will also soon allow parents to request the removal of kids images from the search giant site bobby allen npr news san francisco..

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"governor president biden" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"governor president biden" Discussed on AP News

"Ed Donahue meeting with the nation's governors. President Biden talked about their efforts to reach the president's latest goal 70% of Americans vaccinated by the fourth of July. Pretty huge goal. I acknowledge that but you've done a remarkable job, but if we will succeed We're gonna be able to take a serious step toward returned a normal seat Republicans, they're launching an all out assault on a bill that would bring the biggest election overhaul in generations. The AP Soccer Madani has the story. Among other things, the Democrats bill would dictate how states conduct their elections, which Senate rules Committee chair Amy Klobuchar says his vital with several GOP led states imposing voting restrictions and made Donald Trump's false 2020 election fraud claims they are real efforts to stop People from voting Republicans are pushing back. Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell took the rare step of speaking at a committee meeting, accusing Democrats of a partisan power grab that would further divide a polarized nation. It's hard to imagine anything that would erode public confidence in our democracy, more drastically. Santorum AGONY. Washington Patrick DeHaan with gasbuddy dot com says in some parts of the South, it could be hard to get gasoline following the cyber attack on the colonial pipeline. Impending massive spike is going down. Happened, but it's not. They may be disappointed, but you know from from all the information we can listen. There is certainly a level of panic that setting in the pipeline delivers about 45% of the fuel consumed on the East Coast, a Russian speaking ransomware syndicate that stole data from the Washington D. C. Police department. Says negotiations over payment have broken down. It rejected a $100,000 payment and says it will release sensitive information that could put lives at risk if more money is not offered. Authorities say a suspect shot and killed two sheriff's deputies in Texas and critically wounded a city employee while they were responding to a complaint about a dog at home. This is AP News Colleges are benefiting from a coronavirus relief fund. The Education Department says $36 billion will be directed to more than 5000 public and private colleges. The money was part of the $1.9 trillion relief package. It's being distributed based on a formula that factors in the number of low income students each college and rolls colleges must spend at least half of the funding on Director Lee for students. And in a reversal from President Trump's policy, the Pied administration says student grants can be given to international students and those who are illegally in the U. S might help in Washington, a source tells the AP President Biden is expected to nominate former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel to serve as U. S ambassador to Japan. Emanuel is a former three term congressman who served as Barack Obama's first White House chief of staff and was a senior adviser in Bill Clinton's administration. I'm Ed Donahue AP News Broadway theaters have gotten the go ahead to reopen, but it's more complicated than just putting on shows Marches are a letter with the latest Lion.

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"governor president biden" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"governor president biden" Discussed on AP News

"Responses by the security forces. Egyptian officials say they're trying to broker a ceasefire, but the cycle of violence is gaining momentum. Robert Long the man accused of killing eight people, six of them women of Asian descent in shootings at three Atlanta area massage businesses, was indicted on murder charges and a prosecutor filed notice. She'll also seek a crime charges and the death penalty. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News I'm Ed Donahue meeting with the nation's governors, President Biden talked about their efforts to reach the president's latest goal 70% of Americans vaccinated by the fourth of July. Pretty huge goal. I acknowledge that but you've done a remarkable job, but if we will succeed We're gonna be able to take a serious step toward returned a normal seat Republicans, they're launching an all out assault on a bill that would bring the biggest election overhaul in generations. The AP Soccer Madani has the story. Among other things, the Democrats bill would dictate how states conduct their elections, which Senate rules Committee chair Amy Klobuchar says his vital with several GOP led states imposing voting restrictions and made Donald Trump's false 2020 election fraud claims they are real efforts to stop People from voting Republicans are pushing back. Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell took the rare step of speaking at a committee meeting, accusing Democrats of a partisan power grab that would further divide a polarized nation. It's hard to imagine anything that would erode public confidence in our democracy, more drastically. Santorum AGONY. Washington Patrick DeHaan with gasbuddy dot com says in some parts of the South, it could be hard to get gasoline following the cyber attack on the colonial pipeline. Impending massive spike is going down. Happened, but it's not. They may be disappointed, but you know from from all the information we can listen. There is certainly a level of panic that setting in the pipeline delivers about 45% of the fuel consumed on the East Coast, a Russian speaking ransomware syndicate that stole data from the Washington D. C. Police department. Says negotiations over payment have broken down. It rejected a $100,000 payment and says it will release sensitive information that could put lives at risk if more money is not offered. Authorities say a suspect shot and killed two sheriff's deputies in Texas and critically wounded a city employee while they were responding to a complaint about a dog at home. This is AP News Colleges are benefiting from a coronavirus relief fund. The Education Department says $36 billion will be directed to more than 5000 public and private colleges. The money was part of the $1.9 trillion relief package. It's being distributed based on a formula that factors in the number of low income students each college and rolls. Colleges must spend at least half of the funding on director Lee for students. And in a reversal from President Trump's policy, the Pied administration says student grants can be given to international students and those who are illegally in the U. S might help in Washington, a source tells the AP President Biden is expected to nominate former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel To serve as U. S ambassador to Japan. Emanuel is a former three term congressman who served as Barack Obama's first White House chief of staff and was a senior adviser in Bill Clinton's administration. Met Donahue AP News Broadway Theaters have gotten the go ahead to reopen, but it's more complicated than just putting on shows Marches are a letter with the latest Lion.

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"governor president biden" Discussed on AP News

AP News

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"governor president biden" Discussed on AP News

"Meeting with the nation's governors. President Biden talked about their efforts to reach the president's latest goal 70% of Americans vaccinated by the fourth of July. Pretty huge goal. I acknowledge that but you've done a remarkable job, but if we will succeed We're gonna be able to take a serious step toward returned a normal seat Republicans, they're launching an all out assault on a bill that would bring the biggest election overhaul in generations. The AP Soccer Madani has the story. Among other things, the Democrats bill would dictate how states conduct their elections, which Senate rules Committee chair Amy Klobuchar says his vital with several GOP led states imposing voting restrictions and made Donald Trump's false 2020 election fraud claims they are real efforts to stop People from voting Republicans are pushing back. Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell took the rare step of speaking at a committee meeting, accusing Democrats of a partisan power grab that would further divide a polarized nation. It's hard to imagine anything that would erode public confidence in our democracy, more drastically. Santorum AGONY. Washington Patrick DeHaan with gasbuddy dot com says in some parts of the South, it could be hard to get gasoline following the cyber attack on the colonial pipeline. Impending massive spike is going down. Happened, but it's not. They may be disappointed, but you know from from all the information we can listen. There is certainly a level of panic that setting in the pipeline delivers about 45% of the fuel consumed on the East Coast, a Russian speaking ransomware syndicate that stole data from the Washington D. C. Police department. Says negotiations over payment have broken down. It rejected a $100,000 payment and says it will release sensitive information that could put lives at risk if more money is not offered. Authorities say a suspect shot and killed two sheriff's deputies in Texas and critically wounded a city employee while they were responding to a complaint about a dog at home. This is AP News Colleges are benefiting from a coronavirus relief month, The Education Department says $36 billion will be directed to more than 5000 public and private colleges. The money was part of the $1.9 trillion relief package. It's being distributed based on a formula that factors in the number of low income students each college and rolls colleges must spend at least half of the funding on director Lee for students and in a reversal from President Trump's policy. Pied administration says student grants can be given to international students and those who are illegally in the U. S might help in Washington, a source tells the AP President Biden is expected to nominate former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel to serve as U. S ambassador to Japan. Emanuel is a former three term congressman who served as Barack Obama's first White House chief of staff. And was a senior adviser and Bill Clinton's administration. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News Broadway Theaters have gotten the go ahead to reopen, but it's more complicated than just putting on shows Marches are a letter with the latest Lion King Wicked and Hamilton will be among the first productions to reopen on Broadway in September. Tickets are on sale now because producers want to know how willing audiences are in coming back as pandemic restrictions. Relax, plus the show's need the money. There's still a lot of things to work out. It's tough to purposely keep some seats empty for social distancing. Will audiences still be able to mingle during intermission casts, musicians and crews need rehearsals. Producers say reopening shows is like opening from scratch, Triple A predicts a huge jump in travel plans compared to last year over the Memorial Day weekend. Travel over the upcoming Memorial Day weekend will certainly be better than last year with a lot of it is due to the covert vaccine. More people are getting vaccinated and just overall consumer confidence. Triple A spokesman Andrew Gross, who says some 37 million people have plans to travel at least 50 miles from home. That's up by 60% over last year. Now it's still significantly less than the folks that traveled pre pandemic But still, it's It's an uptick, and it just shows that a lot of people think that there's light at the end of this pandemic tunnel. As for gas prices triple I says those will be about $3 per gallon. I'm surely antler. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news Minute Fewer Americans are reluctant to get a coronavirus shop and just a few months ago. Most who are unvaccinated need convincing in a piano or C Center for public affairs research poll 11% of Unvaccinated people say they definitely will get this shot. 34% definitely will not The rest might if somebody credible can address their concerns about side effects, testing and the like. Enter his Mickey A. Corbett. I want to be the sister and the brother that is also a scientist, but to you know, everybody and especially black people. The National Institutes of Health immunologist who helped develop the maternal shot, says the government should have done a better job explaining the years of developing vaccines against other Corona viruses. And assuring the public. No corners were cut Saga Room agony. Washington Rhode Island expects to start offering fighters vaccine to Children ages 12 to 15 later this week. I'm Ed Donahue 80 news. I'm Ed Donahue. Dr.

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AP News

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"governor president biden" Discussed on AP News

"AP News I'm Ed Donahue meeting with the nation's governors, President Biden talked about their efforts to reach the president's latest goal 70% of Americans vaccinated by the fourth of July. Pretty huge goal. I acknowledge that but you've done a remarkable job, but if we will succeed We're gonna be able to take a serious step toward returned a normal seat Republicans, they're launching an all out assault on a bill that would bring the biggest election overhaul in generations. The AP Soccer Madani has the story. Among other things, the Democrats bill would dictate how states conduct their elections, which Senate rules Committee chair Amy Klobuchar says his vital with several GOP led states imposing voting restrictions and made Donald Trump's false 2020 election fraud claims they are real efforts to stop People from voting Republicans are pushing back. Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell took the rare step of speaking at a committee meeting, accusing Democrats of a partisan power grab that would further divide a polarized nation. It's hard to imagine anything that would erode public confidence in our democracy, more drastically. Santorum AGONY. Washington Patrick DeHaan with gasbuddy dot com says in some parts of the South, it could be hard to get gasoline following the cyber attack on the colonial pipeline that an impending massive spike is going down. Happened, but it's not. They may be disappointed, but you know from from all the information we can listen. There is certainly a level of panic that setting in the pipeline delivers about 45% of the fuel consumed on the East Coast, a Russian speaking ransomware syndicate that stole data from the Washington D. C. Police department. Says negotiations over payment have broken down. It rejected a $100,000 payment and says it will really sensitive information that could put lives at risk if more money is not offered. Authorities say a suspect shot and killed two sheriff's deputies in Texas and critically wounded a city employee while they were responding to a complaint about a dog at home. This is AP News Colleges are benefiting from a coronavirus relief fund. The Education Department says $36 billion will be directed to more than 5000 public and private colleges. The money was part of the $1.9 trillion relief package. It's being distributed based on a formula that factors in the number of low income students each college in roles. Colleges must spend at least half of the funding on director Lee for students and in a reversal from President Trump's policy. Pied administration says student grants can be given to international students and those who are illegally in the U. S might help in Washington, a source tells the AP President Biden is expected to nominate former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel to serve as U. S ambassador to Japan. Emanuel is a former three term congressman who served as Barack Obama's first White House chief of staff. And was a senior adviser and Bill Clinton's administration. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News Broadway Theaters have gotten the go ahead to reopen, but it's more complicated than just putting on shows Marches are a letter with the latest Lion King.

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"governor president biden" Discussed on AP News

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03:05 min | 1 year ago

"governor president biden" Discussed on AP News

"Donahue meeting with the nation's governors, President Biden talked about their efforts to reach the president's latest goal 70% of Americans vaccinated by the fourth of July. Pretty huge goal. I acknowledge that but you've done a remarkable job, but if we will succeed We're gonna be able to take a serious step toward returned a normal seat Republicans, they're launching an all out assault on a bill that would bring the biggest election overhaul in generations. The AP Soccer Madani has the story. Among other things, the Democrats bill would dictate how states conduct their elections, which Senate rules Committee chair Amy Klobuchar says his vital with several GOP led states imposing voting restrictions and made Donald Trump's false 2020 election fraud claims they are real efforts to stop People from voting Republicans are pushing back. Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell took the rare step of speaking at a committee meeting, accusing Democrats of a partisan power grab that would further divide a polarized nation. It's hard to imagine anything that would erode public confidence in our democracy, more drastically. Santorum AGONY. Washington Patrick DeHaan with gasbuddy dot com says in some parts of the South, it could be hard to get gasoline following the cyber attack on the colonial pipeline. Impending massive spike is going down. Happened, but it's not. They may be disappointed, but you know from from all the information we can listen. There is certainly a level of panic that setting in the pipeline delivers about 45% of the fuel consumed on the East Coast, a Russian speaking ransomware syndicate that stole data from the Washington D. C. Police department. Says negotiations over payment have broken down. It rejected a $100,000 payment and says it will really sensitive information that could put lives at risk if more money is not offered. Authorities say a suspect shot and killed two sheriff's deputies in Texas and critically wounded a city employee while they were responding to a complaint about a dog and a home. This is AP News. Colleges are benefiting from a coronavirus relief fund. The Education Department says $36 billion will be directed to more than 5000 public and private colleges. The money was part of the $1.9 trillion relief package. It's being distributed based on a formula that factors in the number of low income students each college and rolls. Colleges must spend at least half of the funding on Director Lee for students and in a reversal from President Trump's policy, the Pied administration says student grants can be given to international students and those who are illegally in the U. S. Mike Hemp in Washington, a source tells the AP President Biden is expected to nominate former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel. To serve as U. S ambassador to Japan. Emanuel is a former three term congressman who served as Barack Obama's first White House chief of staff and was a senior adviser in Bill Clinton's administration. Met Donahue AP News Broadway Theaters have gotten the go ahead to reopen, but it's more complicated than just putting on shows Marches are a letter with the latest.

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"governor president biden" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"governor president biden" Discussed on AP News

"Meeting with the nation's governors. President Biden talked about their efforts to reach the president's latest goal 70% of Americans vaccinated by the fourth of July. Pretty huge goal. I acknowledge that but you've done a remarkable job, but if we will succeed We're gonna be able to take a serious step toward returned a normal seat Republicans, they're launching an all out assault on a bill that would bring the biggest election overhaul in generations. The AP Soccer Madani has the story. Among other things, the Democrats bill would dictate how states conduct their elections, which Senate rules Committee chair Amy Klobuchar says his vital with several GOP led states imposing voting restrictions and made Donald Trump's false 2020 election fraud claims they are real efforts to stop People from voting Republicans are pushing back. Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell took the rare step of speaking at a committee meeting, accusing Democrats of a partisan power grab that would further divide a polarized nation. It's hard to imagine anything that would erode public confidence in our democracy, more drastically. Santorum AGONY. Washington Patrick DeHaan with gasbuddy dot com says in some parts of the South, it could be hard to get gasoline following the cyber attack on the colonial pipeline. Impending massive spike is going down. Happened, but it's not. They may be disappointed, but you know from from all the information we can listen. There is certainly a level of panic that setting in the pipeline delivers about 45% of the fuel consumed on the East Coast, a Russian speaking ransomware syndicate that stole data from the Washington D. C. Police department. Says negotiations over payment have broken down. It rejected a $100,000 payment and says it will release sensitive information that could put lives at risk if more money is not offered. Authorities say a suspect shot and killed two sheriff's deputies in Texas and critically wounded a city employee while they were responding to a complaint about a dog at home. This is AP News Colleges are benefiting from a coronavirus relief fund. The Education Department says $36 billion will be directed to more than 5000 public and private colleges. The money was part of the $1.9 trillion relief package. It's being distributed based on a formula that factors in the number of low income students each college in roles. Colleges must spend at least half of the funding on director Lee for students. And in a reversal from President Trump's policy, the Pied administration says student grants can be given to international students and those who are illegally in the U. S might help in Washington, a source tells the AP President Biden is expected to nominate former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel To serve as U. S ambassador to Japan. Emanuel is a former three term congressman who served as Barack Obama's first White House chief of staff and was a senior adviser in Bill Clinton's administration. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News Broadway Theaters have gotten the go ahead to reopen, but it's more complicated than just putting on shows Marches are a letter with the latest Lion.

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"governor president biden" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"governor president biden" Discussed on AP News

"I'm Ed Donahue meeting with the nation's governors, President Biden talked about their efforts to reach the president's latest goal 70% of Americans vaccinated by the fourth of July. Pretty huge goal. I acknowledge that but you've done a remarkable job, but if we will succeed We're gonna be able to take a serious step toward returned a normal seat Republicans, they're launching an all out assault on a bill that would bring the biggest election overhaul in generations. The AP Soccer Madani has the story. Among other things, the Democrats bill would dictate how states conduct their elections, which Senate rules Committee chair Amy Klobuchar says his vital with several GOP led states imposing voting restrictions and made Donald Trump's false 2020 election fraud claims they are real efforts to stop People from voting Republicans are pushing back. Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell took the rare step of speaking at a committee meeting, accusing Democrats of a partisan power grab that would further divide a polarized nation. It's hard to imagine anything that would erode public confidence in our democracy, more drastically. Santorum AGONY. Washington Patrick DeHaan with gasbuddy dot com says in some parts of the South, it could be hard to get gasoline following the cyber attack on the colonial pipeline. Impending massive spike is going down. Happened, but it's not. They may be disappointed, but you know from from all the information we can listen. There is certainly a level of panic that setting in the pipeline delivers about 45% of the fuel consumed on the East Coast, a Russian speaking ransomware syndicate that stole data from the Washington D. C. Police department. Says negotiations over payment have broken down. It rejected a $100,000 payment and says it will really sensitive information that could put lives at risk if more money is not offered. Authorities say a suspect shot and killed two sheriff's deputies in Texas and critically wounded a city employee while they were responding to a complaint about a dog at home. This is AP News Colleges are benefiting from a coronavirus relief fund. The Education Department says $36 billion will be directed to more than 5000 public and private colleges. The money was part of the $1.9 trillion relief package. It's being distributed based on a formula that factors in the number of low income students each college and rolls colleges must spend at least half of the funding on director Lee for students and in a reversal from President Trump's policy. Pied administration says student grants can be given to international students and those who are illegally in the U. S. Mike Hemp in Washington, a source tells the AP President Biden is expected to nominate former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel to serve as U. S ambassador to Japan. Emanuel is a former three term congressman who served as Barack Obama's first White House chief of staff. And was a senior adviser and Bill Clinton's administration. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News Broadway Theaters have gotten the go ahead to reopen, but it's more complicated than just putting on shows Marches are a letter with the latest But.

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"governor president biden" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"governor president biden" Discussed on AP News

"I'm Ed Donahue meeting with the nation's governors, President Biden talked about their efforts to reach the president's latest goal 70% of Americans vaccinated by the fourth of July. Pretty huge goal. I acknowledge that but you've done a remarkable job, but if we will succeed We're gonna be able to take a serious step toward returned a normal seat Republicans, they're launching an all out assault on a bill that would bring the biggest election overhaul in generations. The AP Soccer Madani has the story. Among other things, the Democrats bill would dictate how states conduct their elections, which Senate rules Committee chair Amy Klobuchar says his vital with several GOP led states imposing voting restrictions and made Donald Trump's false 2020 election fraud claims they are real efforts to stop People from voting Republicans are pushing back. Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell took the rare step of speaking at a committee meeting, accusing Democrats of a partisan power grab that would further divide a polarized nation. It's hard to imagine anything that would erode public confidence in our democracy, more drastically. Santorum AGONY. Washington Patrick DeHaan with gasbuddy dot com says in some parts of the South, it could be hard to get gasoline following the cyber attack on the colonial pipeline. Impending massive spike is going down. Happened, but it's not. They may be disappointed, but you know from from all the information we can listen. There is certainly a level of panic that setting in the pipeline delivers about 45% of the fuel consumed on the East Coast, a Russian speaking ransomware syndicate that stole data from the Washington D. C. Police department. Says negotiations over payment have broken down. It rejected a $100,000 payment and says it will release sensitive information that could put lives at risk if more money is not offered. Authorities say a suspect shot and killed two sheriff's deputies in Texas and critically wounded a city employee while they were responding to a complaint about a dog at home. This is AP News Colleges are benefiting from a coronavirus relief month, The Education Department says $36 billion will be directed to more than 5000 public and private colleges. The money was part of the $1.9 trillion relief package. It's being distributed based on a formula that factors in the number of low income students each college and rolls. Colleges must spend at least half of the funding on director Lee for students. And in a reversal from President Trump's policy, the Pied administration says student grants can be given to international students and those who are illegally in the U. S might help in Washington, a source tells the AP President Biden is expected to nominate former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel To serve as U. S ambassador to Japan. Emanuel is a former three term congressman who served as Barack Obama's first White House chief of staff and was a senior adviser in Bill Clinton's administration. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News Broadway Theaters have gotten the go ahead to reopen, but it's more complicated than just putting on shows Marches are a letter with the latest Lion King Wicked and.

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