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Fresh update on Top Stories Playlist discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:57 sec | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on Top Stories Playlist discussed on Morning Edition

"President Biden is expected to announce that civilian federal employees will need to verify that they're vaccinated. If not, they'll be required to wear masks and submit to regular covid testing. NPR's Tamara Keith reports, Biden is expected to deliver his speech today about the next steps in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. The delta variant and areas with low vaccination rates are driving a surge in cases and hospitalizations. The federal government is the nation's largest employer and requiring either vaccination or masking and testing could set a model for the private sector. The White House is careful to say this isn't a mandate, but it would effectively make life more difficult for employees who choose not to get the vaccine. Biden is also expected to address the new CDC guidance that recommends masks an indoor public spaces, even for vaccinated people in areas with substantial covid

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Fresh update on Top Stories Playlist discussed on AP 24 Hour News

AP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on Top Stories Playlist discussed on AP 24 Hour News

"On evictions runs out Saturday. The AP Soccer Madani reports. The Biden administration wants it extended. The White House says its hands are tied after the Supreme Court signaled the moratorium could only be extended through months end. The administration says President Biden's urging Congress to take immediate action to protect vulnerable renters and families, the CDs Sea initially set the ban in September to prevent further virus spread by people who were evicted and then put out on the streets or in shelters. Congress has allocated nearly $47 billion in assistance that's supposed to help tenants pay months of back rent. So far, states and localities have only distributed about three billion soccer

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Fresh update on Top Stories Playlist discussed on Anna Davlantes

Anna Davlantes

00:50 sec | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on Top Stories Playlist discussed on Anna Davlantes

"With this bipartisan infrastructure plan, senators voted 67 to 32 to advance the bill yesterday. So 17 Republicans joining all 50 Democrats. Now this bill includes $550 billion in new federal funding and will go towards expanding broadband Internet access, rebuilding the electric grid, fixing bridges and, of course more. Um and there's also, um It looks like they're also going to agree on this. Follow up this democratic follow up plan. They're calling it and that's $3.5. Trillion in other issues that I know President Biden wanted to see in the infrastructure plan, So yeah, I heard that was called the human infrastructure part, so it's more about humans in the infrastructure that includes paid family leave medical leave subsidized childcare. An extension of the expanded child wide swath of legislative priorities. Yeah, in a

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Fresh update on Top Stories Playlist discussed on Forum

Forum

00:47 sec | 1 d ago

Fresh update on Top Stories Playlist discussed on Forum

"Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer says that lab tests show a third dose of its covid 19 vaccine boosts immunity teacher of the disease. Details from NPR's Joe Palka, both laboratory studies and studies and people having received two doses of the Pfizer Biontech vaccine suggests the vaccine's ability to protect someone from the coronavirus wanes over time. So the company has been testing a booster dose given at least six months after the first two, Pfizer reported today. The third dose boosted antibody levels as high or higher than they were at first. They also showed results, suggesting that the antibody levels from the booster would not only protect people exposed to the original strain of the virus, but to the beta and delta strains that have been causing a surge in covid cases. Joe Palka. NPR

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Fresh update on Top Stories Playlist discussed on The Gee and Ursula Show

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:40 sec | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on Top Stories Playlist discussed on The Gee and Ursula Show

"Found he's sexually molested Children. Now former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick has been charged with sexually assaulting a teen boy during a wedding reception in the 19 seventies in Massachusetts. Michael Garabedian is the accuser's attorney who spoke to radio station 10 10 wins. This is the first time a cardinal in the United States has ever been charged criminally for a sexual offense against the minor. Um this is a significant milestone. McCarrick can be criminally charged there because he was not a Massachusetts resident, and the statute of limitations stopped when he left the state. Carrots. Attorney says. We quote look forward to addressing the case in the courtroom to Covid, and a big

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