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VP Pence: Confidence in vaccine important for US
"Officials want to boost Americans trust in the cove in nineteen vaccines that are awaiting regulatory approval and distribution at a round table with officials from the centers for disease control and prevention in Atlanta vice president Mike pence says it'll be important Americans can trust the safety of coronavirus vaccines once they're approved the confidence peace is so important pence suggested the FDA could approve the first tax scenes for the week of December fourteenth with a forty eight hours from the FDA's approval we could be vaccinating people literally in all fifty states Corbett nineteen incident manager Dr Henry walkie gave an update associations are still rising and is it is a real problem case numbers are slowing slightly in the Midwest but continue to skyrocket population centers in the west and northeast I'm Jennifer king
China plants flag on the moon as spacecraft lifts off
"Sent by China has lifted off from the moon. The AP is Jennifer King has this story the third Chinese spacecraft to land on the moon and the first to take off from it again. It's the latest in a serious have increasingly ambitious missions for Beijing Space Program researcher said the moon sampling process went smoothly and beyond their expectations. Craft landed on the moon Sea of storms on Tuesday, stowing samples in a container after working for about 19 hours on the moon's surface, the Chinese agency says the lander unfurled where they're calling the first freestanding Chinese flag on the moon. The ascent vehicle rendezvous with the return craft that's in lunar orbit. Touchdown is planned for the grasslands of Inner Mongolia and about a week
One of world's largest telescopes collapses in Puerto Rico
"Footage captures the collapse of what was once the largest radio telescope in the world. It was a sound too sad in the heart of star gazers everywhere. The National Science Foundation released footage of the Tuesday collapse of the damage Radio telescope in our Cibo, Puerto Rico. The closing of the telescope had been announced in November after cable snapped and gashed the reflector dish and damage to the receiver platform. Then on Tuesday, the 900 ton receiver platform fell until the 1000 Ft wide reflector dish more than 400 FT. Below. The telescope, nestled in the mountains of Puerto Rico, attracted tourists and played a key role in astronomical discoveries for more than half a century. Observe. Natori officials said they were saddened by the situation but thankful that no one was hurt. I'm Jennifer King Days
Chinese moon probe begins return to Earth with lunar samples
"The Chinese space agency says its trunk five spacecraft has lifted off from the moon the third Chinese spacecraft to land on the moon in the first to take off from it again it's the latest in a series of increasingly ambitious missions for Beijing space program yeah that's how what researchers at the moon sampling process went smoothly and beyond their expectations the craft landed on the moon Seve storms on Tuesday stowing samples in a container after working for about nineteen hours on the moon's surface the Chinese agency says the lander unfurled what they're calling the first freestanding Chinese flag on the moon the ascent vehicle rendezvous is with the return crafters in lunar orbit touchdown as planned for the grasslands of inner Mongolia in about a week I'm Jennifer king
Footage released of collapse of huge Puerto Rico radio telescope
"Newly released footage captures the collapse of what was once the largest radio telescope in the world it was a sound to sadden the heart of stargazers everywhere the National Science Foundation released footage of the Tuesday collapse of the damage radio telescope in Arecibo Puerto Rico the closing of the telescope had been announced in November after cable snapped and gashed the reflector dish and damage the receiver platform then on Tuesday the nine hundred ton receiver platform fell onto the one thousand four wide reflector dish more than four hundred feet below the telescope nestled in the mountains of Porter Rico attracted tourists and played a key role in astronomical discoveries for more than half a century observatory officials said they were saddened by the situation but thankful that no one was hurt I'm Jennifer king
Ryanair gives Boeing a boost by ordering 75 more Max jets
"The airline that carries the most passengers in Europe last year it's signaling confidence in Boeing and the eventual return of air travel the Boeing company is getting a big boost from Ireland based discount airlines Ryanair which is purchasing seventy five more of the retooled seven thirty seven Max jets the announcement scenes are shot in the arm for Boeing the planes were grounded last year after two crashes that killed three hundred forty six people this is the most group nice most ordered aircraft in history Ryanair CEO Michael o'leary touted the plane's advantages important sixteen percent less fuel per seat and expressed confidence that customers will return as virus vaccines become more widely available we intend to accelerate the recovery of traffic tourism and jobs Jennifer king Washington
Large fire consumes building in northern New Jersey
"A four alarm fire in New Jersey that was visible from New York City has been brought under control the fire started shortly before nine AM eastern in a building housing issue distributor that's according to Inglewood fire chief Eric Emerson black smoke billowing from the commercial area in New Jersey could be seen from across the river in New York onlookers said they heard an explosion and overhead video footage showed part of the building's roof and top floor had been blown off crews from several surrounding towns converged on the four alarm fire and the blaze was brought under control around eleven in the morning no injuries were reported the cause of the fire is under investigation I'm Jennifer king
US tightens definition of service animals allowed on planes
"A pig a turtle a peacock the U. S. government has decided that when it comes to air travel only dogs can be considered service animals the transportation department issued a final rule that aims to settle years of tension airlines believe passengers were abusing the rule that allowed them to bring animals for emotional support if they had a doctor's note now the agency says only dogs could be considered service animals and they must be trained to help a person with a physical or psychiatric disability companions used for emotional support don't count the agency said it was rewriting the rules in part because of a rise in miss behavior passengers get fraudulently representing their pets as service animals bringing unusual animals on board the new rule forces passengers to check animals in the cargo hold and pay a pet feed or leave them at home Jennifer king Washington
White House summons FDA chief Stephen Hahn to discuss why agency isn't moving faster on Covid vaccine
"Federal agency responsible for approving covered 19 vaccine says he will not rush decisions when it comes to vaccine safety and efficacy. After being summoned to the White House for a meeting about vaccine development, Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Stephen Hahn says officials will take the time needed to quote get this right. The FDA is weighing whether to authorize the Fizer and Madonna experimental vaccines. While a separate scientific panel is tackling the question of who should first receive them, Han says. Everyone is working really hard to look at the applicant. Asians and get it done, but they have to do it the right way. President Trump has been frustrated that vaccine approval is taking so long, And it was a sign of the pressure that Dr Hahn is under that the FDA offered guidance that he remains the FDA commissioner Jennifer King, Washington Nurses at
FDA chief called to White House as Trump pushes for vaccine
"The head of the agency responsible for approving Kobe nineteen vaccines says he won't rush the decisions regarding vaccine safety and efficacy after being summoned to the White House for a meeting about baxeen development food and drug administration commissioner Steven Hahn says officials will take the time needed to quote get this right the FDA is weighing whether to authorize the visor and Madera experimental vaccines well a separate scientific panel is tackling the question of who should first receive them on says everyone is working really hard to look at the applications and get it done but they have to do it the right way president trump has been frustrated that vaccine approval is taking so long and it was a sign of the pressure the doctor hot as under that the FDA offered guidance that he remains the FDA commissioner Jennifer king Washington
Beware of COVID-19 scams as vaccine approaches FDA approval
"Even as coronavirus vaccines in shorts approval in the U. S. the government warns that criminals are waiting federal investigators are warning about the likelihood of scams when and if coronavirus vaccines are actually in use Steve Francis is with homeland security investigations consult with your medical professional prior to taking any treatments or vaccinations and if it's too good to be true it probably is investigators have already seized millions in bogus products involving Kobe nineteen from fake or ineffective personal protective equipment to false anti virus pharmaceuticals the FDA has warned about the potential for fraud with both fake treatments and vaccines we want to make sure that we're working very closely the pharmaceutical companies to insure and protect that supply chain Jennifer king Washington
US coronavirus hospitalizations break 90,000 as new cases spike
"Rota virus continues to be a struggle for the US over 200,000 new cases have been reported setting a new single day record on Lee. About three weeks after the nation first broke 100,000 new cases one day The numbers continue to be staggering, and they're straining hospitals in many areas. Correspondent Jennifer King reports number of Americans who have been diagnosed with the coronavirus past 13 million and according to Johns Hopkins University, the country is averaging more than 1650 deaths per day. Experts warn that testing numbers were likely to Be erratic over the next week or so due to the Thanksgiving holiday. The grim news has been rolling in from around the country. In Wisconsin, The federal government reported that 294 nursing home residents had died of the disease between October 12th in November, 8th more than 10 times, the number reported the previous month cases they're straining hospitals in Texas, with El Paso and San Antonio, issuing partial curfews through Monday morning in California, Los Angeles County officials announced a safer at home public health order. In one month, the county has gone from 800 to 2000. People hospitalized for virus related problems. I'm Jennifer King. Virtually every state in the nation is now struggling to keep the virus from spreading on checked in California one day after Los Angeles County announced a new stay at home order, another county is reimposing pandemic rules. Correspondent Alex Stone report. 14 day quarantines will be mandatory for anybody in Santa Clara County who has traveled over 150 miles. Hotels were being closed toe leisure travelers open only to essential travel and contact sports are now banned, including home games for the San Francisco 40 Niners. Hanford University and San Jose State. Santa Clara County Health officer Dr Sarah Cody is a matter of life and death and we must slow this train or it will derail. As newly diagnosed cases and deaths have risen this month. So of hospitalizations, an all time high of 90,000 coronavirus patients are now in the hospital with the nation's seeing 50 deaths an hour
Thanksgiving Day hospitalizations hit record high
"Nation on Thanksgiving for the first time hospitalizations here in the U. S had a record 90,000 Jennifer King with more Just with the coronavirus past 13 million, and according to Johns Hopkins University, the country is averaging more than 1650 deaths per day. Experts warn that testing numbers were likely to be erratic over the next week or so due to the Thanksgiving holiday. The grim news has been rolling in from around the country. In Wisconsin, The federal government reported that 294 nursing home residents had died of the disease between October 12th in November, 8th more than 10 times, the number reported the previous month cases they're straining hospitals in Texas with L. Paso in San Antonio, issuing partial curfews through Monday morning in California, Los Angeles County officials announced a safer at home public health order. In one month, the county has gone from 800 to 2000. People hospitalized for virus related problems. I'm Jennifer King.
COVID-19 cases to skyrocket this holiday season
"Rising concerns for covert 19 cases locally and nationwide. Connecticut's number of people in the hospital top 2000 yesterday highest since mid May in New York, the state had almost 8200 new cases Thursday High since late April. New Jersey reported 4100 new cases nationwide. Vibrance cases surge in the U. S. Health officials continue to be concerned that people will relax their social distancing over the winter break. The number of Americans who have been diagnosed with the coronavirus past 13 million and according to Johns Hopkins University, the country is averaging more than 1650 deaths per day. Experts warn that testing numbers were likely to be a radical over the next week or so due to the Thanksgiving holiday. The grim news has been rolling in from around the country in Wisconsin, the federal Government reported that 294 nursing home residents had died of the disease between October 12th and November 8th more than 10 times, the number reported the previous month cases they're straining hospitals in Texas, with El Paso and San Antonio, issuing partial curfews through Monday morning in California, Los Angeles County officials announced a safer at home public health order in one month, the county has gone from 800 to 2000 people hospitalized for virus related problems. I'm Jennifer King
New rule could allow gas, firing squads for US executions
"An amended rule published in the Federal Register means the justice department is quietly amending its execution protocols it means federal death sentences will no longer be required to be carried out by lethal injection and allows the government to use any other manner prescribed by the law of the state in which the sentence was imposed the death penalty information center says lethal injection still the most widely used method but some states to authorize electrocution expectation by nitrogen gas the gas chamber hanging and firing squad the rule goes into effect in late December and comes as the justice department has scheduled five executions during the lame duck period the change is likely to set off criticism from anti death penalty advocates Jennifer king Washington
Plan released to reduce massive wildfires in US West
"A final programmatic environmental impact statement released by the bureau of land management aims to limit wildfires and promote sagebrush ecosystem restoration in Alice's released Friday does not operate any specific projects and it's still subject to a thirty day public protest period especial se can be used to save time and money and help local land managers comply with the national environmental policy act it affects a three hundred fifty thousand square mile area of the Great Basin and includes parts of Washington Oregon California Nevada Utah and Idaho wildfires continue to impact the high desert ecosystems that support some three hundred and fifty species of wildlife projects to restore sagebrush range land and reduce fuels can reduce the severity of wildfires deputy director Perry Pendley said restoring sagebrush communities improve the sustainability working rangelands and can reduce the expansion of invasive annual grasses I'm Jennifer king
Many turn to real Christmas trees as bright spot amid virus
"Real Christmas trees are making a comeback amid pandemic lockdowns more Americans are staying home for the holidays and with normal holiday festivities canceled families are looking for a safe way to create special memories mackenzie cook is the owner mackenzie farms the largest provider of fresh cut Christmas trees in the world first for Christmas trees are in great demand never seen the man like we have this officials from the Christmas tree promotion board say more than twenty percent of consumers who put up an artificial tree last year plan to buy a real tree this year Christmas tree shop or any Sir why is a respiratory nurse who's been caring for corona virus patients at a Portland Oregon hospital I know we'll have our own little tree with a purple light and a thirty something small to look forward to I'm Jennifer king
Trump says he'll "certainly" leave if election results formalized
"Dozens of legal and procedural setbacks. President Trump continues to challenge the results of the presidential election correspondent Jennifer King. Now President. Trump spoke to reporters at the White House after a Thanksgiving conversation with U. S military members overseas. How is Kuwait doing? Trump renewed claims that fraud and crooked local officials in battleground states led to his election defeat. It's going to be a very hard Going to concede. Because we know there was massive fraud. He says He's going to Georgia on December 5th or rally to boost to Republican candidates facing runoff elections that will determine control of the Senate. Maybe I'll go twice. That's very important that we win those races, Trump told reporters. He will leave the White House if the electoral college votes in Joe Biden by the December deadline. Certainly I will and you know that. But I think that there
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"Accounting continues We still do not have an official winner in the presidential race, but Friday was a good day for Joe Biden. Here's correspondent Jennifer King Joe Biden's on the cusp of winning the presidency. He opened up narrow leads on Friday night in Pennsylvania, Nevada in Georgia, putting him in a stronger position to capture 270 electoral college votes. Biden struck a presidential tone as he appeared with running mate Kamala Harris. We don't have a final declaration. Victory yet. But the numbers tell us it's clear. Tell us a clear and convincing story. We're going to win this race after speaking from the podium of the White House briefing room on Thursday, trying to rig an election President Trump was at the White House, taking to Twitter to pledge further legal action and wondering why the leads he held on Election night have been disappearing. In Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Allegheny County executive and Election Board chairman Rich Fitzgerald explained which way the remaining votes were breaking all mail in ballots. The typical mail in ballots From Allegheny County. They've been running about 80 20. Jennifer King Washington Mr Biden leads in Georgia by more than 4000 votes in Nevada by more than 22,000 in Pennsylvania. Lead is more than 28,000. And in Arizona, the margin is narrowing. It will be a weekend of counting votes here in Arizona. Still, there are tens of thousands of votes that have not been counted, but the race has tightened here. Lesson. 1% point now separates Biden and Trump in Arizona. Biden's lead his lesson. 30,000 votes at this point, that's correspondent Alex Stone. Meanwhile, Republicans in Pennsylvania have continued their legal battle to stop late arriving absentee ballots from being counted. Correspondent Mark Rebel ARTISAN Philadelphia where in order from one U. S. Supreme Court justice has been handed down outside the Philadelphia Convention Center, where votes are being counted and word that Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito has issued an order requiring all Pennsylvania counties.
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"Of longtime political confidante Roger Stone just days before he was set to report to prison. Stone had been sentenced to three years and four months in prison for lying to Congress, witness tampering and obstructing the house investigation into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia to win the 2016 election. He was scheduled to report to prison. By Tuesday. Stone had appealed for the president's help in a series of Instagram post, where he maintained that his life could be in jeopardy if he were in prison during a pandemic. White House statement said. Stone was a victim of The Russia hoax charged by overzealous prosecutors. It's Jennifer King reporting. Once the church, then a mosque and then a museum in Istanbul. Religious landmarks been declared open for Muslim worship. Just hours after a high court annulled in 1934 decision that had made it a museum hugging Sophia was built by the Eastern Roman Empire and was immediately hailed as one of the wonders of civilization. Known for its sublime buys anti in architecture and for being the largest cathedral in the world For the next 900 years after Constantinople was sacked by the Ottomans in 14 53 it became a mosque and that's how it stood until the founder of the modern secular state of Turkey at the Turk made it into a museum. Decades later, the first Islamist leader of the Turkish republic Projectile. Edwin is overseeing the building's reinstatement as a focal point for the Muslim world. That is the BBC's Warren Bull reporting some pastors here in the U. S ignoring a New California ban on singing or chanting in church to slow the spread of the Corona virus. American Center of Law and Justice, encouraging church leaders to defy the order and says it will soothe state and U S. Army officials say they will begin an independent review of the command climate at Fort Hood following calls for a more thorough investigation..
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"Inmate on his show took a Carlson says leaders of the Democratic Party should not be allowed to run the country because they in his words despise it. The comments you made on Monday night edition of his Fox News show or part of an opening rent. In which he attacked those who have lately been pointing off the nation's often racist past as they continue calls for an end to current problems like police brutality. Callsen pointed to that as evidence that Democrats hate the United States and because of that, they should be disqualified from running it. The comments were widely vilified. Former vice President Joe Biden is campaign says Carlson was using hate speech masquerading as journalism. Carson's comments came days after reports surfaced that some Republicans have been touting him as a possible Residential contender in 2020 for our Moscow bells, Gabriel should companies run by celebrities have been able to take advantage of the federal government Small business lending program. Needy or greedy depends on how you feel about some of those who have gotten loans under the paycheck protection program. Usually, you wouldn't think of people who have hit record star in movies or on reality TV as those who would even dare apply for the PPP to help their businesses right out the Corona virus pandemic, But there they are on the list by the Treasury Department, the company that runs the website for country singers Tim McGraw and Faith Hill got a lot of between two and $5 million. A fashion brand run by Kanye West, using sell sneakers for $250 a pair, but it to God alone in that 2 to $5 million range. His sister in law Khloe Kardashian scored alone between one and $2 million a clothing line run by Reese Witherspoon got between 350,000 and a $1,000,000. Under that same PPP fund. I'm Oscar Wilde's Gabriel. Many routines have been upended by the corona virus pandemic, but primaries were held in several states, including New Jersey and Delaware. Former vice president Joe Biden is one New Jersey's Democratic primary, while President Donald Trump has won the state's Republican primary. New Jersey's already late primary got pushed back a month because of the covert pandemic, with Democratic governor Phil Murphy mandating the election take place, mostly by mail in ballot. Half of the polling places were also required to stay open for voters to cast a ballot in person. New Jersey's incumbent Democratic Senator Cory Booker, has won his primary against Lawrence Ham, who is running on Bernie Sanders. Not me. US slogan. Joe Biden is also when Delaware's Democratic presidential Primary in the state, where he was a senator. While President Donald Trump won the state's Republican primary. Biden's already accumulated enough delegates to win the nomination at the Democrat's convention next month. I'm Jennifer King..
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"Jennifer king has more in many cities marches and rallies are being held before the traditional cookouts and picnics in the park in New York Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams addressed the crowd at the Juneteenth freedom day rally it must come in to a real in this country in Atlanta crowds gathered in centennial park to listen to music before marched to the Georgia state capitol in Galveston Texas the Reverend Stephen Duncan re enacting the role of union general Gordon Granger read the general order that was delivered on June nineteenth eighteen sixty five more than two and a half years after the Emancipation Proclamation all slaves are free I'm Jennifer king president trump tells politico mail in ballots are the biggest risk to his reelection he sees his chances hinging on whether he could successfully blocked efforts to make mail in voting easier this campaign is spending millions of dollars on the numerous suit which he says quote if we don't win those lawsuits I think I think it puts the election at risk health officials say voting by mail will reduce the spread of the corona virus but trump claims without citing evidence that it could lead to fraud trump also frames a pandemic as a us versus them in a fundraising email he writes they hate me they hate you they hate rallies and it's all because they hate the idea of making America great again he says people concerned about his rally in Tulsa are trying to cope with shame his supporters three Major League Baseball clubs close their practice facilities after players in others test positive or show symptoms of the corona virus the Philadelphia Phillies say five players tested positive for covert nineteen the Toronto Blue Jays shot at their side to Dunedin Florida after a player showed symptoms San Francisco Giants facility in Scottsdale Arizona was shut down this is a P. news an update on the corona virus from the World Health Organization the pandemic is accelerating more than one hundred fifty thousand new cases of Corbett nineteen would be ported to WGSN day the most in a single day so far Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says nearly half of the newly reported cases were from the Americas Florida is one of a number of states seeing big jumps in cases governor Ron DeSantis as young adults are showing positive last week the median age of all the positive tests in the state of Florida was thirty seven the state is a lot of bars restaurants and some theme parks to reopen and since then the cases have spiked more than thirty eight hundred new confirmed cases on Friday I'm timid wire AP news corona virus update I'm Tim acquirer than AP news minute Texas reports a record number of people hospitalized with covert nineteen thirty one hundred forty eight twice a number on Memorial Day a little more than three weeks ago Florida sees its highest number of cases during the pandemic coming around to Santa says the median patients' ages also dropping sixty two percent of all new cases in Florida for the week of June seventh are under the age of forty five the Oklahoma Supreme Court says those attending president trump's rally in Tulsa are not required to wear a facemask and practiced social distancing nineteen thousand people expected to cram into the B. okay center with about a hundred thousand around the building and what trump's campaign manager calls a festival Tulsa is currently the coronavirus hot spot in Oklahoma White House press secretary Kelly back in and he says she won't be wearing a mask tomorrow it's a personal decision I'm tested regularly I feel that it's safe for me not to be wearing a mask I had to acquire AP news I'm timid wire June thirteenth June nineteenth the end to slavery in this country Roby was one of many marchers in Chicago today I'm actually hopeful today because more people are aware of the lie has been exposed to the problems that we have been facing as a people for decades upon decades upon decades so I am hopeful that things are going to change the California Democrat congresswoman Karen bass the chair of the congressional black caucus says Juneteenth should be a national holiday so everyone can learn the history of blacks in this nation I think they would have a deeper understanding of the the phrase black lives matter because for two hundred and fifty six years and one could argue up until today black lives did not matter in this country the latest AP poll finds most people agree with the current protests a new A. P. N. O. R. C. poll shows more than half the people asked to approve of the protests over the deaths of George Floyd ray shard Brooks and others involving white police officers more Americans think the protest will mostly change the country for the better than bring about negative change a majority think law enforcement officers have generally responded to the protest appropriately somewhat fewer say they used excessive force about eight in ten black Americans say they approve of the protests about half of white Americans approve I met Donahue three Major League Baseball clubs close their practice facilities after players and others test positive or show symptoms of the corona virus Philadelphia Phillies say five players tested positive for covert nineteen the Toronto Blue Jays shattered their side and Dunedin Florida about five miles from the Phillies camp in Clearwater after player showed symptoms the San Francisco Giants facility in Scottsdale Arizona shut down after one person who had been to the site and a family member exhibited symptoms this is a P. news a federal judge hears arguments in the trump administration's challenge to stop the release of former national security adviser John Bolton's book that's highly critical of president trump and his administration Hey bees microscopy has details a federal judge heard arguments Friday from the justice department and attorneys for former trump national security adviser John Bolton over the publication of Bolton's books that is due out next week U. S. district judge Royce Lamberth criticized Bolton for moving forward to publish his book without final clearance from the White House but Lamberth also noted Bolton wasn't short on April twenty seventh by the career official who oversees the National Security Council pre publication reviews there was no classified material in his book Lamberth is expected to make a ruling before Tuesday when Bolton's book is due to be released Mike Crossey up Washington surges in corona virus cases force apple to shot eleven stores in Florida and three other states I'm timid wire AP news.
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"Basis I'm Jennifer king Starbucks says it expects to lose more than three billion dollars in revenue in its fiscal third quarter because of the corona virus but expects losses to subside as the year goes on I'm a Donahue APNews corona virus update I met Donahue with an A. P. news minute the corona virus has pushed consumer prices down for the third straight month here's the AP's soccer Madani the government says the consumer price index fell point one percent last month far less of a decline that in the previous two months but when you leave out food and energy prices which bounce around each month core inflation also fell point one percent the first time it's ever dropped in three straight months the numbers are a reflection of American spending less during the virus induced lockdown since weaker customer demand pushes prices down the federal reserve's taken steps to keep the economy from completely imploding but it's not expected to announce more action when its latest meeting ends today Sager mag ani Washington Moscow's mayor says it will take the Russian capital about two months to live all coronavirus restrictions restrictions on mass gatherings remain a decision to lift them will be made at the beginning of July I bet Donahue a day after George Floyd was buried one of his brothers is making a plea to lawmakers felonies Floyd says he's tired of the pain after people are killed during interactions with police I'm here to ask you to make it stop stop the pain he tells the house Judiciary Committee his brother needs to be more than another face on a T. shirt another name on a growing list of people to watch in the streets I tell you enough is enough chairman Jerry Nadler's hearing is the first after Democrats introduced a broad police reform and accountability package today we answer their call Republicans are working on their own proposals even as president trump squarely sides with law enforcement Sager make ani Washington.
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"Long injury I'm Jennifer king trending stories on WBBM newsradio dot com local police say several cars have been stolen recently after the younger is left the keys inside police say such car theft happened October twenty second only thirty four hundred block of south California October twenty seventh in the five hundred block of west Pershing November fifth than the forty two hundred block of south Campbell and November eighth in the fifty four hundred block of south wells Republican mark Sanford says he's ending is a long shot to twenty twenty presidential bid former South Carolina governor and congressmen centered is a Republican primary challenge to president trump on a warnings about the national debt by the year struggle to gain traction since announcing his run in September WBBM news time ten forty six when searching for no for utilities search professional life and casualty insurance and was for three years for a great hobby white entered the fourth quarter against the next one for his last thirteen from three point range then hit one and another right away and they kept falling white another top side six four he then another Chuck Swirsky seven threes in the quarter of bulls record as the youngest NBA or ever with seven threes in a game and here's why the bulls.
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"Tensions and crackdowns on dissent may be eroding America's opinion of China AP correspondent Jennifer king reports a new poll by the pew research center finds a sixty percent of Americans say they have an unfavorable view of China that's up from forty seven percent last year it's the highest percentage since you started asking the question fourteen years ago when asked what countries America's top threat for the future twenty four percent of Americans said China the same percentage that answered Russia North Korea drew only twelve percent only forty one percent believe that China's growing economy is about thing for the US compared with fifty percent who called it a good thing respondents were more worried about China's rising military power Jennifer king Washington well the president talked up the economy A. P. wash the correspondent saga Madani reports an economic indicator is sending warnings of a possible recession ahead it's called the yield curve inversion market phenomenon showing yields on two and ten year treasury notes inverted early today that means investors want more in return for short term government bonds then for long term ones it's a significant indicator investors have lost faith in the economy soundness inversions like this have preceded the last nine recessions going back to nineteen fifty five but Bankrate dot com's mark hammer excess don't panic there's no reason for anyone to lose any sleep or buy canned goods saying the economy will not grow forever it's just a question of when a downturn arrives and that could easily be more than a year off soccer mad Connie Washington amidst recent unrest in Hong Kong at least five hundred Chinese police vehicles are parked near the city's border eighty correspondent Charles de Ledesma says they're showing up on satellite photos the images collected by Max all's well have you thought to be of around five hundred armored personnel carriers another vehicles belonging to the Chinese paramilitary people's armed police that popped in the sports complex in the city of Shenzhen in what some have interpreted as a threat from Beijing to use increase force against pro democracy protesters across the board in Hong Kong Chinese state media have said only that the exercises that being planned beforehand I would not directly related to the unrest in Hong Kong I'm Charles de Ledesma.
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"Iran is not happy over the reinstatement of tough economic sanctions to its oil sector. And there's a piece. Charlesdale desma reports the country's foreign minister is warning the US against any thought of war with his country Mohammad Javad, Zarif woolens amid tensions between Washington and Tehran. That whoever stops of wool, with us will not be the one who finishes it. Sorry made the remarks while speaking alongside visiting German, Foreign Minister, high comas, who is in Toronto in an effort to salvage Iran's twenty fifteen nuclear deal with well POWs. So we've came out of Tokes grim-faced off to along private discussion with MAs who on Sunday cooled Iran's ballistic missile program, problematic, the US pulled out other owns nuclear deal of a year ago. I'm charlesetta. That's my. As an investigation into his leadership continues, the Rear Admiral at the helm of the US, naval war college Newport, Rhode island's been reassigned AP correspondent Jennifer king says, it follows some complaints in two thousand eighteen a small group of longtime employee of the us, naval war college filed a complaint about the president of the college, where Admiral Geoffrey Harley more complaints, followed with allegations that he spent excessively abused his hiring authority, and otherwise behaved inappropriately, including keeping a Margarita machine and his office. Now Harley has been reassigned, pending the outcome of the inspector general's investigation navy provos Lewis Duncan is temporarily assumed the president's duties told the AP he has a light hearted leadership style, and that the fiscal strain was because the navy hasn't fully funded new missions, Jennifer king Washington..
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"There is ever seen Jennifer king Washington the risk of being kidnapped or taken hostages being added to the travel advisories issued by the State Department. AP correspondent Shelia. Atler reports the State Department usually warns travelers about things like crime, civil unrest and potential for terrorism. But now they've added something new aka indicator for the potential to be kidnapped. It's been issued for thirty five countries. The new designation comes after the release of a California woman who had been held for a week after being kidnapped by gunmen in a national park in Uganda. Among the countries making the initial list, Afghanistan, Mexico, Lebanon Venezuela and Uganda shoving after Washington a redacted version of the special counsels. Russia reports expected to be released within a week, according to attorney general William bar, but as AP Washington correspondent saga megani reports. Democrats aren't hopeful it'll have everything they want to know Barr says he's working to strip. The report of grand jury and other sensitive information tried to assure Democrats, he'll explain just what was taken out. We will color code the excisions from the report. The Democrats like Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer want the whole thing not aversion with Dr filter color me dubious that he's going to be fair unless he proves otherwise Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell says bar will provide. What is legally allowed really goes down to question whether you trust Bill or not and I do saga megani at the White House. Investigating the investigators. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. Attorney general William Bartoli lawmakers today. He's begun an investigation into whether proper procedure was followed at the start of the Russia investigation and the twenty sixteen Trump campaign team, I think there's spying did occur. Yes. I think spying did occur. He says he is still working to release much of the special counsel's report within about a week European Union leaders and Britain have agreed to allow another Brexit extension moved to October thirty first giving more time for parliament to find the best possible solution. If you own a Ford f one fifty twenty fifteen through twenty nineteen model, you might be under recall. Our my been reports. The automaker says the recalls to fix problems with engine block heater cables that can cause fires dealers are replacing them. Rough driving with heavy snow in south and North Dakota from a spring storm. I'm Jacky Quin. More news right after this. The all new.
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"In washington. The release of the summer of the mullahs report has done little to calm, the political rhetoric here in Washington. Here's Capitol Hill. Correspondent Wally Hindes Republicans demanding that Adam Schiff stepped down as chairman of the intelligence committee for continuing statements about alleged collusion, Louisiana Steve Scalise. Even now that the attorney general makes it very clear there was no collusion. The chairman of the intelligence committee will not recant his previous statements that have been discounted. Democrats quick to defend shifts to shift is a member of the highest integrity, highest intellect and great responsibility Jordi leader, Steny Hoyer, saying that shift will continue to investigate Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election to make sure it doesn't happen. Again. This Capitol Hill. Correspondent Wally Hines a pro-life victory in the state of Georgia. Of course, wanted Jennifer king reports makers in the Georgia house have passed a fetal heartbeat. Bill outlawing almost all abortions in the state. The georgia. Bill allows exceptions to save the life of the mother and also in the case of rape, incest. But only when the woman files a police report, I. Heartbeat can be detected in a human embryo was early. A six weeks. That is correspondent Jennifer king reporting in Georgia's newly elected Republican governor Brian camp has committed to sign the Bill democratic presidential candidates offering programs that could appeal to rural voters at an Iowa form this weekend. As part of an effort to do more to win over rural voters and farmers. President. Trump says he'll close the nation southern border or large parts of it next week Mexico. Immediately stops illegal immigration, Mexico is going to have to do something. Otherwise, I'm closing the border. I'll just close the border with the deficit like we have with Mexico have had for many years closing the border would be a prophet making operation. And the president called on congress to immediately changed what he said were week US immigration laws, which he blamed primarily on Democrats Morley stories at townhall dot com. Tune in every Saturday.
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"AP's? Jennifer king reports NASA says to companies are getting close to sending real astronauts into space on commercial vessels NASA. And SpaceX say they're aiming for March debut of the first crude commercial space capsule. No one will be on board for the dragons inaugural test flight to the international space station. But if all goes, well, two, astronauts, we'll take a test flight in July, astronauts have been going into space from Kazakhstan, and this would be the first launch of US astronauts into orbit from US soil since NASA shuttle program ended Boeing's also working on a star liner space capsule that might be ready for astronauts as soon as August. I'm Jennifer king. Actor Henry Winkler recently paid a visit to his old elementary school in New York City to promote his latest children's book the actor best known for playing the fans on the sitcom happy days says he was struck by the way the world comes together. His latest book is the twenty ninth in a series called another hearing is reportedly been held for eleven people facing charges in the killing of journalist Jamal kashogi AP's zuri shaklee reports that from a human rights expert who says it's the second such hearing ended happened behind closed doors Kalamata the UN special rapporteur on extra-judicial killings says she learned of the hearing June have fast visit to Turkey last week to investigate the murder. Kashogi was killed and dismembered inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Last October Kalamata told us oh set of press the second hearing in Saudi Arabia took place in January satisfies. She criticized the fact that there is insufficient public attention placed on the proceedings and that. The media are not present at the hearings. I'm Zaria shakily. Virginia's political mess. I'm Tim Maguire, the AP news media for governor. Ralph Northam tells top staffers he will not resign amid the furor over a racist photo on his medical school yearbook page Richmond resident Darnall Carruthers says northern should stay. I don't believe in my heart that he is racist. Meanwhile, a second woman accuses Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax a sexual assault when they were both students at Duke University. Fairfax statement calls the accusation demonstrably false. I have never forced myself on anyone ever the city of Milwaukee holds a vigil for thirty five year old police officer, Matthew Ritter. He was shot and killed Wednesday. While serving a search warrant city alderman. Tony's Alinsky says Ritter was a hero enough. He didn't shoot tours of duty in Iraq. He comes back here and fight for our safety right in our own neighborhoods. Renters the third Milwaukee police officer to die in the line of duty in the. Past eight months. I'm Tim AP digital news back in a moment highlight lounge.
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"Concluded AP. Correspondent Jennifer king says no motives been determined by the FBI it was October. First two thousand seventeen sixty four year old. Stephen paddock rain down a hail of bullets from a high rise casino sweet in Las Vegas, killing fifty eight people and injuring many others after months of investigation. The FBI tells the Associated Press that paddock wanted infamy and mass destruction. But whatever motive he might have had beyond that he took to his grave. The reason for paddock's rampage remains a mystery, he left no note, providing an explanation, but the FBI's behavioral analysis unit did highlight, some potential factors. Investigators believe he became intolerant of stimuli as he aged and that his physical and mental health were declining and specialist believe he was influenced by the memory of his father, a Bank robber and fugitive. He might have wanted to die in infamy inspired by his father's reputation. I'm Jennifer king as much as Sunday's Super Bowl battle will be a battle between players on the field. It will also be a bad. Between advertisers over who gets the buzz and who gets forgotten. The stakes are high thirty seconds Super Bowl ad can cost more than five million dollars. And companies are looking to star power to get their message across for example, Sarah, Michelle Gellar making a horror movie parody for a while. Jeff bridges revives. His the dude character from the big lebowski in a pitch for Stella Artois, many advertisers, say they're hoping to provide some welcome distraction to what's going on in the real world. More than one hundred people in the US alone are expected to tune into Sunday's game on CBS. Maroon five will not hold the traditional news conference before the ban Super Bowl performance. AP correspondent marches are letter reports. Usually the musicians who do the Super Bowl halftime show will meet with reporters in the days before to give light hearted banter about how they prepared who their favorite teams are that kind of thing. Maroon five will not they did not say why? But the NFL says the artists will let their show do the talking as they prepare to take the stage. This sunday. The move comes as several musicians say they turned down the gig as a show of solidarity with former NFL quarterback, Colin Kaepernick and his protests against racial inequality. The NFL says it will use social media to show the behind the scenes preparations. Instead, I'm.
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"Correspondent Jennifer king says no motives been determined by the FBI it was October first two thousand seventeen sixty four year old. Stephen paddock rain down a hail of bullets from a high rise casino. Sweet in Las Vegas killing fifty eight people. And injuring many others after months of investigation. The FBI tells the Associated Press that paddock wanted infamy and mass destruction. But whatever motive he might have had beyond that he took to his grave. The reason for paddock's rampage remains a mystery, he left no note, providing an explanation, but the FBI's behavioral analysis unit did highlights and potential factors. Investigators believe he became intolerant of stimuli as he aged and his physical and mental health were declining and specialists believe he was influenced by the memory of his father, a Bank robber and fugitive. He might have wanted to die in infancy inspired by his father's reputation. I'm Jennifer king. Fewer Americans signed contracts to buy homes in December. The national association of realtors says it's pending home sales index fell two point two percent last month to ninety nine that is its lowest readings since April of two thousand fourteen the index based on contract signings has plunged nine point eight percent over the last twelve months home sales declined in two thousand eighteen as the combination of higher mortgage rates relatively low inventories and price gains consistently outpaced wage growth, a robot lawnmower has been unveiled by the company behind the roomba vacuum robot after more than a decade of secret development. I robot says the project was a lot harder than anyone had expected. CEO Colin angle says the struggle to build the companies, I robot lawnmower called terra has been an obsessive journey of despair and frustration. He says it was hard to build a robot that meets US cultural standards for cutting perfect lawn. It'll I launch in Germany where there's already a growing market for robotic mowers. AP radio news. I'm Tim McGuire. House Senate conference committee holds its first meeting on finding a.
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"An immigration sting at ohio landscaping company leads to more than one hundred arrests ap jennifer king reports those caught were reportedly using false documents than hundred workers in ohio guarding landscape company were arrested by us immigration agents one of the largest things in recent years in part of the trump administration's growing crack down on employers who hire people who are in the country illegally hundred fourteen people were arrested two locations of course owes flower garden center one dusky in another nearby criminal charges include identity theft and tax evasion immigration audits companies have jumped by sixty percents last year many of those reviews were launched after audits found problems at seven eleven franchises in seventeen states i'm jennifer king yes yes yes though the is the way while you one is.
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"Immigration sting it'll hieaux landscaping company leads to more than one hundred arrests ap jennifer king reports those caught were reportedly using false documents hundred workers in ohio guarding landscape company were arrested by us immigration agents one of the largest things in recent years in part of the trump administration's growing crackdown employers who hire people who are in the country illegally hundred fourteen people were arrested two locations of course those flower garden center one in dusky in another nearby criminal charges include identity theft and tax evasion immigration audits of companies have jumped by sixty percents last year many of those reviews were launched after audits found problems at seven eleven franchises in seventeen states i'm jennifer king what you think like you say you say hang is you.
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"The next year when she asked him for help getting job she says he groped her when he called her aligarh she sued for defamation the ruling means her lawyers may proceed with demands that trump be deposed he's been seeking to delay that until after an appeals court decides whether a president can be sued in state court that decision is not expected until at least the fall war dan levinson new york an officer shot at by a gunman at a high school in illinois is being praised for how he handled the situation ap correspondent jennifer king says it happened as the students were getting ready for graduation mark dallas a police officer at a northern illinois high school is being hailed as a hero for shooting interesting a former student who fired on him in a hallway while staff and seniors were meeting for the graduation rehearsal lee county sheriff john simonson i couldn't be more proud of his efforts today he saved an enormous amount of lives in the school today the nineteen year old former dixon high students suffered nonlife threatening wounds police searching the school found the faculty and students had barricaded themselves inside just as they had been trained to do the mayor of dixon leandro arellano junior told reporters a lot of things went right today when a great many of them could have gotten wrong i'm jennifer king welcome to total wine and more i challenge you to tasting show down maybe we should just explore some wine if you can't blow me away with the wind you must admit defeat this is how this world and always at the lowest price let's get this cockfield explore eight thousand wines and twenty five hundred beers like delicious wines that now come in canes or shop online at totalwine dot com total wine and.
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"The ap finds a new focus on reducing regulations could be impacting some proposed safety rules here's the ap's jennifer king and associated press review at the department of transportation's rulemaking activities in president trump's first year in office show that potentially lifesaving safety rules that were in the works have been delayed indefinitely by the department is part of a sweeping retreat from regulations that the president says slow the economy many of the roles were prompted by tragic events some sidelined rules would have among other things required states to conduct annual inspections of commercial bus operators a proposal in the wake of the deadly lac megantic oil train crash would mandate that railroads operate trains with at least two crew members but there have been no sir agnelli new safety rules adopted i'm jennifer king this is ap radio news former president george w bush won a many people paying their respects to the reverend billy graham whose casket his at his childhood home in north carolina if there such a thing as a humble shepherd of the lord billy graham is that portion bush says his father the 41st president is unable to make the trip i know we see could come to but he's not moving ram nice these days but his spare in heart is here former president bill clinton expected to pay his respects tomorrow in charlotte president trump is expected to attend grams funeral on friday a spokesman for bill cosby says the comedians forty four year old daughter ansa cosby died last friday in massachusetts andrew why it says she died from renal disease but provided no further details cosby son ennis was shot and killed during a robbery attempt in los angeles in 1997 i've tim mcguire ap radio news hi it's jamie progresses employ the month two months in.