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White House Hosts Virtual Climate Summit on Earth Day
"Change with dozens of world leaders. White House invited 40 world leaders to participate in the virtual climate summit, including China's President XI and Russian President Putin. Remarks will come from President Biden Vice President Harris Secretary of State Tony Blinken, special envoy for Climate John Kerry and national Climate Advisor Gina McCarthy. On the agenda, discussions about how the highest polluting countries can reduce carbon dioxide emissions, financial reform, innovation and making technology like carbon captured cheaper and the economic benefits of investing in climate solutions. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington, Tensions between
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"Leaders, body pulled from the Merrimack River River earlier this week has been identified as a missing woman, Kimberly Kelley Overhauser of Lowell. In the city of Boston. Now getting ready to give Copley Square. A much needed makeover redesigned, said to be complete now by 2023. Governor Baker in the Berkshires today, talking about the state of the vaccine roll out here in Massachusetts. As of last Thursday, Berkshire County reported is actually Berkshire Impossible County. Those two regional collaborative is the book ends here in Massachusetts. Reported the highest rates of the percentage of population that have received the first dose Now when it comes to southeastern Massachusetts officials say they're worried about vaccine access on Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard. WBC's Jim Mackay tells us why One of the biggest problems is there are no pharmacies on the vineyard or Nantucket that participate in the federal vaccine program. So they're relying on the state, which then leads to a trickle down effect in the wrong direction in the state has increasingly relied on the mass vaccination fight, which they are are none on Cape Cod that there's not one of the island State Senator Julian Sear and the Cape Cod Regional Task Force Conference calls, saying Islanders are now heading to the Cape and beyond to get their appointments at least the ones who can afford to make the trip that need to make the vehicle reservations weeks in advance. It costs hundreds of dollars to travel off island, particularly from Nantucket. Now local leadership is contacting the state asking for a more equitable distribution for vaccines on Martha's Vineyard and then talk it. Jim McKay, WBZ, Boston's news radio, and in Rhode Island, the state now plans on getting rid of capacity limits for businesses by Memorial Day weekend. And residents by that date will not have to wear a mask outside. It's not going to be mandated, but the state will recommend that you do so anyway, however, you will still be required to wear a mask inside in public places. After May 28th. This comes as many experts question whether masks outside or actually necessary at this point. Dr John John Brownstein over at Boston Children's Hospital, telling ABC News 96% of transmission happens indoors. So in his words, there's quote just not a lot of strong evidence for masking outside. It's had to Washington now at 5 18, where House Democrats are trying to make history by adding another state to the union. ABC is Karen Travers reports. It's a big step for the residents of Washington, D. C. Who for years have been lobbying for statehood in a straight party line. Vote on this vote, the ayes or 216. The knees are 208 the house today approving legislation to make Washington D c. The 51st state. The legislation would create a new state Washington Douglas Commonwealth named after abolitionist Frederick Douglass, the state would get one representative in the House and two senators. A section of the city including the White House, the Capitol on the National Mall would still remain a federal district. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington and delegate Eleanor Holmes. Norton actually sponsored the legislation, but she couldn't actually vote for Rich because of her status as DCs nonvoting delegate. 5 19 this suspected accomplice of the man who carried out the 2016 truck terror attack in Nice. France has been arrested in Italy. Let's get the latest from Rome from ABC is Meghan William. Italian police have arrested a 28 year old Albanian man just outside the southern city of Naples in connection with the 2016 truck attack and the southern French city of knees. 86 people were killed in the rampage, including six Italians and two Americans. Arrested men and three lnc was wanted on a European arrest warrant for allegedly providing arms to the attacker, who was killed after exchanging fire with police. Thies Lye Mixed age group claimed responsibility for the attack, but there's no evidence that it was organized by them. Megan Williams, ABC News Rome and a 5 20. Back here in Massachusetts. There is a move underway in Boston to try to give the city's dogs a bit more room to roam. WBC's Mike Macklin has more on that there a place for dogs to enjoy time off a leash with room to roam freely without bothering people. But dog parks are few and far between. In Boston, there's one in Boston common another in the North End one in the South End and three in Dorchester. But City Councilor Ricardo Royal, who has two dogs, says there are none in the part of the city. He represents nothing more prosperity. There's none. I don't believe there's one Daisy. There's nothing hard. There's nothing wrong with Bill was not now can and this disparity is a real issue. For Don or or Royal says the problem is only made worse by the influx of pandemic poppies adopted by residents, Idol by the virus and in need of a place to let.
Biden Says He's Praying For "The Right Verdict"
"The jury is sequestered as it deliberates evidence in the Derrick Show. Vin Murder Trial cities on alert for When a verdict happens at the White House President Biden weighing in on the trial and tensions across the country, President Biden Tuesday said he held off on weighing in on the trial. Of Derek Shobin until after the jury had the case and was sequestered. Praying The verdict is right for Nick. It's overwhelming and like you, I wouldn't say that. The jury was sequestered now hear me say that, the president said He spoke by phone Monday with members of George Floyd's family because he wanted to know how they were doing can only imagine. The pressure and anxiety they're feeling. Karen Travers ABC NEWS Washington members of the
Walter Mondale, Carter's vice president, dies at 93
"The country is remembering Walter Mondale, the former vice president died at the age of 93 1976. Mondale became a national figure in the Democratic presidential nominee, Jimmy Carter asked him to join the ticket as his running mate, The Carter Mondale, take it lost the White House in 1982, Ronald Reagan, George Bush. 1984 bundles choice for a running mate Rock the election. New York Congresswoman Geraldine Ferraro, the first woman on the presidential ticket, but the campaign struggled to overcome a double digit deficit in the polls. Mondale served his country for more than 50 years. Karen Travers, ABC News Washington
Russia's Navalny Transferred to Prison Hospital as Western Powers Raise Alarms
"Leader Alexei Navalny has been transferred to a hospital inside another prison this after his doctor said he could be near death. Vladimir Putin's fiercest opponent has been on a hunger strike for three weeks now, those prison officials say Navalny has agreed to vitamin treatment, although allies say they want that confirmed. Embassies. Karen Travers has more from D. C about the White House reaction. The White House says Russia will be held accountable for whatever happens to Alexey Navalny, the leading opposition figure to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Press secretary Jen Psaki. What happens to Mr Navalny in the custody of the Russian government is the responsibility of the Russian government, and that they will be held accountable by the international community. Asked if Navalny's death would preclude a summit between President Biden and Putin sake said the White House is hoping and praying that is not the outcome and reiterated the administration's call for nerve only to be released. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS
J and J Vaccine Pause Driven by Risk of Mistreating Clots
"A setback in vaccine options states and territories, pausing use of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine after the CDC and FDA put out a recommendation to do so. The pause linked to six reports of blood clots, but it's not clear if the vaccine was the direct cause. CDC Vaccine advisory panel met this week to discuss it but didn't come to a conclusion. Here's Dr Beth Bell of global Health professional at the University of Washington, speaking during the panel, I think we need to not vote. And gather the necessary information so that we can make an evidence based decision more from ABC. Steve Olson, Saami. The scientists are looking for any link between the six women who got sick and they're investigating whether the blood clots were an immune response. All six women were between 18 and 48 years old. They got sick within two weeks of getting vaccinated. Some of the clots formed in veins of the Sinus and prevented blood from draining out of the brain. And even though one woman died, health officials say the odds are very low roughly seven million. Johnson and Johnson vaccines have been administered in the U. S. President Biden also assuring the public that there's enough supply of the Fizer and Moderna vaccines. Keep up the pace President Biden Tuesday in the Oval Office, expressing confidence that the U. S will have enough vaccine supply. Despite the pause and distribution of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. I made sure we have 600 million doses. Of the M R not of either Johnson and Johnson and or AstraZeneca. So there's enough vaccine that is basically 100%. Unquestionable for every single solitary America, but the president did not comment when asked how to address vaccine hesitancy among some Americans. Karen Travers, ABC
White House To Meet With Tech Leaders About Semiconductor Shortage
"Are growing about the global shortage of semi conductors and the White House today is holding a virtual summit with leaders from several companies that are impacted. President Biden today will spend a few minutes joining a virtual summit on semiconductors and supply chain resilience that the White House is convening with CEOs from leading chip manufacturers and automakers. Global shortage of semiconductors used in cars has forced Ford and General Motors to cut production of plants in North America, leading to concerns about inventory. The shortage has also impacted the technology industry, computers, cell phones and video gaming systems. The president's $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan calls for a $50 billion investment in semiconductor manufacturing and research. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington.
Biden to announce gun-control executive actions Thursday
"Of executive actions this week focused on gun restrictions. President Biden is expected this week to sign several gun control. Executive actions are highly anticipated move that comes after several mass shootings. The president campaigned on the pledge to pursue gun control reforms. Details have not yet been announced, but sources tell ABC the president's expected to move to more strictly regulate ghost guns. The firearms assembled from parts purchased online that don't have serial numbers and are difficult to track. Resident could also unveil his nominee to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS
Biden Says the Nation Could See Some Normalcy by Independence Day if Vaccination Plan Is Followed
"We delivered the day after signing the stimulus Bill. President Biden and the White House Rose Garden this afternoon celebrating President plans for all adult Americans to be eligible for vaccinations on May 1st, as is part of his gold, too. Recover the economy and get people vaccinated, the White House on Friday explained. President Biden is not saying there could be large scale mass gatherings on July 4th when he said the nation could see some normalcy by that Independence Day holiday. Press Secretary Jen Psaki is message to Americans if they take steps to get vaccinated. To continue to wear masks continue to observe social distancing. Then looking ahead to July 4th is an aspirational moment where people can plant small get togethers in their backyard. Karen Travers. ABC
Biden on verge of signing COVID-19 relief package
"Trillion covert relief package just steps away from Him being able to put pen to paper the White House working hard to make sure there are no last minute road blocks to this White House, says officials There are working the phones and checking in with House lawmakers to make sure the cove in 19 relief package gets across the finish line Press secretary Jen Psaki, I would say we feel it's on a path to passing the house on. Certainly, Speaker Pelosi has spoken to that. But We're at the ready. Everybody's on call whenever they're needed, and that certainly applies to the president. The House is expected to vote Tuesday on the $1.9 trillion relief bill. If it passes it heads to the president's desk for his signature. The White House says he will mark the occasion with a signing ceremony. Karen Travers, ABC
Education Secretary Miguel Cardona Supports Priority Vaccination For Educators
"Doubling down on reopening school safely within the president's 1st 100 days. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona says he supports President Biden's call for states to prioritized teachers and school staff for vaccinations in an exclusive interview on ABC is Good Morning America, Cardona says. This will be a critical step in the right direction to reopen school safely. We were finding that schools were closing as a result of quarantining, not covert transmission. So if we vaccinate our educators, there's a greater likelihood that we're not gonna have to close our schools for quarantining because you don't have a quarantine. Karen Travers. ABC NEWS Washington
US carries out air strikes in Syria targeting Iranian backed militias
"Chief President Biden ordered an air strike on in Iranian target in Syria. The White House, calling it an unambiguous message that the administration will act to protect Americans. There's bipartisan support for the U. S air strike, but some lawmakers from both parties are questioning the president's authority to carry out this strike. Democratic Senator Chris Murphy, in a statement, saying Congress must require clear legal justifications for military action, adding that Congress has not explicitly authorized any American military action in Syria. The Pentagon brief congressional leaders before the air strike Thursday night. The White House says there will be a full classified briefing for Congress early next week. Karen Travers. ABC
Biden administration to deliver more than 25 million masks to health centers, food pantries
"Wednesday will deliver more than 25 million masks, toe over 1300 community health centers and 60,000 food pantries and soup kitchens across the U. S and effort aimed at reaching the nation's most vulnerable populations. The administration says that many low income Americans still lack access to this basic tool to protect against Cove in 19 White House covered 19 response coordinator Jeff Science. These mass will be available at no cost. Be well fitting cloth mass available and Children's and adult sizes. They could be washed for. Reuse. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington Live
Biden, Trudeau Hold Online Talks as U.S.-Canada Tensions Linger
"President Biden will meet with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, virtually ABC is Karen Travers has a preview of that virtual bilateral meeting. President Biden today holds his first meeting with the World leader. But due to the cove in 19 pandemic, the meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be virtual. The day's events will try to mimic a traditional foreign leader visit even if the president and prime minister will be on screens. After the meetings, President Biden and Prime Minister Trudeau will deliver remarks. A senior administration officials said The discussions are expected to produce what they called a quote road. Meant to reinvigorate US Canada cooperation, the focus in particular on covert 19 climate and global alliances and security. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS
US coronavirus death toll approaches milestone of 500,000
"The U. S is approaching a tragic milestone. Half a million lives lost due to Cove in 19. ABC is Karen Travers tells us how President Biden will mark the moment. President Biden this evening will deliver remarks at the White House focus on the tragic death toll in the United States to do covert 19. The president will later hold a moment of silence and a candle lighting ceremony as the nation approaches a grim milestone. 500,000 lives lost during the pandemic. The first event of the president's inauguration festivities was a somber cove in 19 Memorial Service in the National Mall Lights Line, the reflecting pool from the Lincoln Memorial to the Washington Monument. Karen Travers, ABC
Biden says vaccines will be available to all Americans by end of July
"News President Joe Biden held a CNN town hall question and answer session in Milwaukee last night. Addressing everything from covert relief to when he thinks the pandemic might end A B C's Karen Travers is in Washington with more on what he said about vaccines. President Biden in a town hall on CNN Tuesday night, said Americans who want to get a covert 19 vaccine should be able to get one before the end of the summer. Now attractive enough supply. For 300 million Americans. By the end of July. Dr. Anthony Fauci Wednesday morning echoed the president, telling CBS He shifted his own recent thinking on the timeline from late May early June 2 now mid July because of the availability of vaccine doses coming from Johnson and Johnson, Karen Travers, ABC NEWS
President Biden extends mortgage relief, ban on home foreclosures through June
"That extends the foreclosure moratorium and the mortgage for parents. The White House today announced its extending through June the foreclosure moratorium for homeowners and the mortgage repayment for barons enrollment window for borrowers who wish to request relief. Move would block home foreclosures and offers the option of delayed mortgage payments. He's protections were set to expire in March, the White House said in a statement. These actions will help millions of Americans who are facing continued hardship due to the cove in 19 pandemic. Karen Travers, ABC News Washington Attorney General, Maura Healey, announcing today a
Biden administration developing school safety standards for reopening during COVID-19 pandemic
"Announced as part of its plan to fight Cove it it would release a handbook from the Education Department and the CDC on school re openings. ABC is Karen Travers is at the White House with what officials have to say about that guidance. The White House says it plans to develop school safety standards as part of its Coben 19 strategy, Press secretary Jen Psaki said Wednesday There are a number of steps that need to be taken to meet the president's goal of reopening the majority of K through eight schools within 100 days. One of the reasons that This. The funding for safe re opening for getting schools the equipment that testing the ventilation in some cases that they need us because nobody wants to be having conversation and mayor June about wife schools are not re open. There has not been a clear federal standard on when it's safe to reopen the school and then fled to intense debates among parents, teachers and school administrators. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS
What Biden's speech on covid-19 tells us
"The White House's added an event to President Biden his public schedule today. The topic. Colvin specifically, we think vaccine President Biden delivers remarks this afternoon that the White House says will focus on containing the covert 19 pandemic. The president on Monday said he's hopeful that any American who wants to get a coded vaccine can do so within a couple of months, I think will be this spring. I think we'll be able to do that this spring. But governors across the nation are expressing frustration with the vaccine supply, saying they can't keep up with the demand right now, President Biden said Monday. The U. S has quote gotten commitments from vaccine producers to produce more in a short period of time, but the president gave no further details. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS
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"Investigations into police response is ongoing following Wednesday's assault on the U. S. Capitol. It's also spurring talk of invoking the 25th amendment against President Trump and Democrats. Even considering impeachment. Democrats have been on the first caucus calls since Ahmad of Trump supporters turned and broke into the U. S. Capitol. No president has ever been impeached twice. But House Democrats are moving closer to launching a second impeachment effort against President Trump over the events this week at the U. S Capitol. The timeline will be very tight. They're just 12 days left in the Trump administration, But sources tell ABC House Democrats are looking to do an expedited push. Could be voted out of the house as early as next week. Karen Travers. ABC NEWS Washington President Trump has regained use of his Twitter account. He's tweeted today that he will not attend the inauguration of Joe Biden on January. 20th on Lee, three presidents in history have missed the inauguration of the incoming president. All three were in the 18 hundreds. Michelle Frandsen, ABC name Mork Coming up, but first, the latest traffic and weather together. From the U. C. Health Traffic Center, the U. C. Health weight loss Center offers solutions for life changing weight loss visit you see health dot com slash weight loss to take the next step Highways looking good this afternoon. No delays on 71 between Ridge and Stuart's North bound 75 looks great between the lateral and paddock and between Glendale Milford and 2 75 heads up for some police activity in the area of Duck Creek west of Red Bank Expressway. You're already congested in the area on Red Bank Expressway between Creek and eerie after an earlier accident. I'm Rob Williams news radio 700 WLW, now the latest forecast from the Advanced Industry Weather Center as we adjust to the new normal in our lives, advanced industry will continue working to make your dental visit as safe as possible. No fear. Dentist dot com. It's another cool day with a high of 36 degrees the sky still overcast and mostly cloudy so not a lot going on. But tonight finally a change stars clouds start decreasing. We dropped to 25 for a cold tonight And then tomorrow while we start the morning with a few clouds, we will get back to a mostly sunny sky and a high of 38 from your severe weather station on nine. First warning. Meteorologist Jennifer Catch Mark News Radio 700 wlw radar shows cloudy skies It is 34 degrees right now. I've called out extremists on.
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"Voters in Georgia make history and send a message. We get an update now from ABC News at seven o'clock from ABC News, I'm Sherry pressed him. In a few hours, Both houses of Congress will meet in a joint session of which time the electoral college results of the 2020 election will be ratified. Maybe sees Karen Travers with For the role of Vice President Mike Pence will play in the process. President Trump for Days is kept up a drumbeat of public pressure on vice president Pence who will preside over the ratification of the electoral college results today. The president tweeting overnight quote it, Vice President Mike Pence comes through for us, We will win the presidency Sources tell ABC that President Trump's made it clear depends that he expects him to deny biting. The victory depends pushback on Tuesday, sources say. He told the president he doesn't have the authority to do what he's demanding. President Trump issued a statement late Tuesday night denying that saying he and Pensar in total agreement that Pence has the power to act. Karen Travers ABC NEWS Washington Thousands of Trump supporters are in Washington right now protest in Joe Biden's victory. The Democrats have won one and possibly both of the Senate runoff races in the state of Georgia. ABC NEWS Projecting Raphael Warnock beat Kelly Leffler and Jon Ossoff's David Perdue race is still too close to call. Although Democrat Ausaf is declaring victory. With only five million people vaccinated against covert so far the surgeon general's urging states to expand the list of those eligible for shots. The rollout of vaccines has lagged across the country. But surgeon General Jerome Adams told ABC News that would soon change. You're gonna continue to see these rates ramp up. It isn't by no means as good as we would want it to be, but I want the American people to keep this in perspective. Most difficult vaccine rollout in history. The U. S is now averaging about a half million vaccinations today, and Adam said the pay should increase over the next couple of weeks to speed it along. Adam said states should expand the priority list to match supply with demand. Erin Qatar SKI ABC News New York Hospitals in California are so swamped with covert cases they have ordered hospitals with available space to accept patients from others that have run out of I see you beds. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed the comb. Oh, morning news. Good.
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"Want to counter the progressive group in Congress. Nicknamed the squad or anti socialist were pro business. We're pro police were pro life on so we will fight that fight those ideas of the squad to the end. Come in, as on Fox and friends. First Congressman elect Byron Donald's from Naples is also part of that new Freedom Force. The economy is the focus for President elect Joe Biden today. ABC is Karen Travers as the details on his upcoming announcement, President elect Joe Biden today officially rolls out his economic team, a slate of the experts with deep experience in government biting plans to nominate Janet Yellen to be Treasury secretary. If confirmed, she would be the first woman to serve in that position yelling was chair The Federal Reserve during the Obama administration and served as chair of the Council of Economic Advisers in the Clinton White House. Biden has said his top priority and day one is getting the Corona virus pandemic under control. And he's caution that the economy cannot come back until the virus is defeated. Karen Travers, ABC News Washington, firing an employee or passing them over for a promotion because of their Afro cornrows, braids and dreadlocks could soon become illegal. In Broward County County commissioners agreeing to put the issue of hair Styles to a public hearing today, if approved, hairstyles considered a trait or race could become a protected classifications under the county's Human Rights Act, which protects people from discrimination based on age, gender, sexual orientation and race and embryo. Nearly three decades old used to conceive a child, ABC. Derek Dennis has that story. Doctors at the National Embryo Donation Center have a new message. No embryo should ever be discarded because it's too all Old in Tennessee and embryo frozen for 27 years was used to help a couple have another child, unbelievable that God would just pour his blessings down on his like that. Gibson and her husband are overjoyed. They now have their newborn daughter, Molly, after being unable to conceive for years, then has cystic fibrosis and said that causes infertility and a lot of men their case, setting a new record for the oldest embryo of its kind successfully used for childbirth. Derek Dennis ABC NEWS the deadline for Florida's bright futures. Our ship test is today. Governor to Santa's extended the deadline for recent high school graduates to meet S A T and a C T test school requirements in September because testing sites were closed due to the pandemic and because of the pandemic, it's been a tough year for charities. National Philanthropic Trust CEO Island Heisman says people really need to give this time of year arts organizations have been especially hard hit. Charity, so that depend on fundraisers alive. They really have been struggling, so I think they're looking for donors. And if you've been a donor to a charity, and you like your work, you should think about giving to them again. Last year's giving Tuesday nearly $2 billion was raised for charity. It's a those six on this. Giving Tuesday. Good morning again, Jimmy several. Oh, good morning, Jay. Right? Well, looks like recreational marijuana may be on the ballot in 2022 a tal about it. What our legislative cause they can't just do this right away. But Those they wouldn't do that, would they? They're all about it and what it means for us straight ahead. It it's he will do a 12 traffic at 8 10 and his radio 16 w Y o date. Speak.
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"Stunned me. Put out a statement listing, ending the covert 19 pandemic as a top accomplishment. President Trump's first term you might remember a White House official who called himself anonymous writing an anti trump. Pop ed in The New York Times Today We learned the identity of that person. His name is Miles Taylor. He was the former chief of staff at the Department of Homeland Security. Today. Trump is saying that Taylor, it was quote a sleazebag. He also called him a Nobody. A disgruntled employee. Let's get more on the story from ABC is Karen Travers, that explosive op ed published in September 2018 Miles Taylor, now identified as anonymous, wrote that there was a group of officials working within the Trump administration with the express purpose is of stopping what Taylor said. We're dangerous tendencies in the part of the president Taylor, writing quote I have bound to thwart parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations. The former chief of staff of the Department of Homeland Security, wrote in that piece that while he supported the president's policies Mr Trump's quote, impulsiveness results in half baked, ill informed and occasionally reckless decisions that have to be walked back. End Quote Karen Travers, ABC News Washington Horrible Day on Wall Street, The Dow Down 943 points SNP down. 1 19 NASDAQ Down For 126. Here's Art Hogan, the chief market strategist for national security, almost the rising covert 19 caseload, and with that comes the potential for economic slowdown. The second thing with his sinking in now is that we're not gonna get fiscal policy any time soon, but I think the third and probably the least important of all of this is where within a week of the election, so there's always uncertainty around presidential elections, and this year is no different. You might remember the killing of Chicago Police Commander Paul Bauer back in February of 2018 today, the man who killed him. Shomari Ligety was sentenced to life in prison. At in Cook County Court borrowers wife Erin, testifying A her statement in court said that she preferred to focus on her husband's life rather than her rather than his death. Finally, you might remember the story of the dread head cowboy. Adam Hollingsworth arrested for drug riding his horse down the Dan Ryan in the middle of rush hour. The horse suffered severe injuries. And so now Hollingsworth has been charged with animal cruelty. Today he had a court hearing. You talk to reporters, saying that he has sold his horses and has fired his attorney. The dread head cowboy, says, quote. If I have to represent myself, I'll represent myself. Wools news time. 6 10 thes may be uncertain.
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"ABC News. I'm Dave Packard President Trump and first lady Melania Trump have Kuroda virus both in isolation. This morning, President Trump disclosed that he and the first lady tested positive for cocaine 19 in a tweet in her own tweet, Melania Trump writing, We're feeling good. The White House followed that up with a statement from the president's physician, Dr Sean Conley. That stated both Mr Trump and the first lady were quote well at this time. The statement did not indicated they were experiencing any symptoms. That announcement came a few hours after news broke that hope Hicks, one of the president's closest aides, tested positive for Cove. It sources tell ABC Hicks is experiencing symptoms. Karen Travers ABC NEWS Washington, Multiple sources telling ABC News that Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is being tested for Corona virus. Both Biden and the president appearing on the same debate stage earlier this week without masks. There are two more debates on the schedule. Those debates now in serious question. The next presidential debate is supposed to be two weeks from now said for the 15th, ABC senior congressional correspondent Mary Bruce with what this means for the Trump campaign, the president has been out there campaigning, non stop, and now he has grounded. He had an event planned for today in Florida that has been canceled. He has several other rallies. On the books that it is hard to see how those Khun go forward. The president is about to lose likely some very critical time in this final stretch of the campaign at ABC News, chief business correspondent Rebecca Jarvis says. Now there's concerned investors and Wall Street will be rattled. Since the markets hate uncertainty. There isn't a lot of clarity in terms of what this will mean for the election.
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"Vice President Joe Biden issued a statement this morning saying, quote Donald Trump is bringing his message of division lies and chaos to New Hampshire, while Granite staters suffer because of the president's failure to lead when our nation needed it Most. Biden attack the president on his handling of Corona virus, saying that the White House mismanagement resulted in the deaths of 430. New Hampshire people all right, President Trump accepted his party's nomination on the fourth and final night of the 2020 Republican National Convention. We broadcast that life for you here, of course, and he spoke more about the pandemic than speakers did throughout the week, but he did it before a packed crowd on the South Lawn. ABC is Karen Travers with more on that, at the White House Thursday night, it looked as if the Corona virus pandemic was in the past more than 1500 people, few wearing masks and little social distancing. Still, president Trump claiming we're focusing on the science, the facts and the data. The president's Slam, Joe Biden told ABC last week that if scientists had to shut down the country to control the virus, he would listen. Mr Trump calling that a surrender, Not a solution. Karen Travers. ABC NEWS Washington The Biden campaign was swift to punch back. ABC is Mary Bruce. With the candidate's response tonight, The Biden campaign slammed the president for delivering what they called a delusional vision of the country. They say he simply doesn't grasp. American values following an unprecedented day of sports and social issues colliding with the MBA and the NHL, postponing playoff games and some major league baseball teams following suit, the Red Sox will take the field tonight. For a celebration of Jackie Robinson Day. The Red Sox and the Blue Jays decided not to play last night's game. When the loan African American player between the two teams, Jackie Bradley Jr said he would not take to the field. A move to support the protests over the police shooting of Jacob Blink, We get more from Fenway Park where we find Devil BBC's James RoHaas. Boston.
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"Guard Louisiana has been activated. That's the first time that's happened since 2012 Hurricane Isaac other agencies like coastguard and Customs and border protection. They're ready to respond as well. And you also have power crews from neighboring states as far away as the Carolinas. Once it's safe for them to hit the road, they'll be coming to the region to help restore power. That's correspondent victory, Kendall President Trump said to accept the Republican nomination for a second term tonight, But Laura could change their president. Trump's team is closely monitoring the situation along the Gulf Coast after Hurricane Laura made landfall overnight in Louisiana as a Category four storm last night team Trump said it was considering adjusting to Knight's convention plans. Including possibly delaying the president's acceptance speech, which is set to take place on the White House. South Lawn. THIE official Word from the Trump campaign late Wednesday night, though, was that the speech will happen as scheduled. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington Transport Workers Union says it's not going to make any concessions Union President John Samuelsson telling Len Berman and Michael Riedel this morning. Job action is a possibility. If the M Tha insists there's always a potential if they put a gun to our head, they're going to get a gun pointed right back at him, and that's the way things go. The M T. A is also threatened, fair and toll hikes and service cuts to deal with the $12 billion budget gap unless they get help from Washington. Indoor dining could soon be on the way in New Jersey governor says it could happen in the next couple of weeks. Murphy's health team has said it's not looking for specific data indicators that would trigger the restart of indoor dining. But Governor Murphy says if Corona virus data stays as good as it is now, he hopes to allow indoor dining before September 15th. He also is hoping to allow movie theaters to reopen and thinks that will be in sync with indoor dining. This comes as Jim's or getting ready to reopen next week in New Jersey a 25% capacity.
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"Any bangles Andy Dalton spin bench tax making the decisions and so I'm gonna do my part I'm here and so help right now the second bangles quarterback after it was announced that backup Brian Finley's going to start against Baltimore a week from Sunday key witness in the impeachment investigation tells congressional investigators that key words are missing from the transcript of president trump's call to Ukraine's president that testimony yesterday from U. S. army army lieutenant colonel Alexander been man comes ahead of the vote in Congress to hold public hearings on impeachment there is reaction from the president president trump continues to criticize the National Security Council official who spoke to Congress yesterday about Mr trump's phone call with the president of Ukraine the president once again calling army lieutenant colonel Alexander vin men on never Trumper he goes on to write quote there were many people listening to the call how come they including the president of Ukraine found nothing wrong with it there is no evidence that bin and has any political bias against the president he told lawmakers he came forward with his concerns about the call because of a sense of duty Karen Travers ABC news the White House fire in southern California is exploding the so called easy fire broke out this morning near the Reagan library in Simi Valley has burned through a thousand acres at five thousand homes twenty six thousand people evacuated that number expected to rise as the fire continues to grow our next update at three Matt Rees newsradio seven hundred W. other getting seven hundred W. L. W. from I heart radio I was here Steve from USA insulation talking insulating your home the ultimate no brainer for comfort and savings Steve now's the time to.
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"The forecast right now we have cloudy skies in Boston needs greasy as well but it's warm we'll see a high today of seventy six downtown seventy in line of a shower or two later this afternoon into the evening tonight a lower fifty seven degrees tomorrow a shower may linger along the coast in the morning otherwise a nice day with a mix of sun and clouds a breeze hanging on a high of sixty eight Wednesday it'll be breezy much cooler though some showers in the morning steadier rain in the afternoon with a high near sixty degrees they'll be windy and chilly with rain at times Wednesday night into Thursday lows Wednesday night ranging from the mid forties inland to low fifties at the coast Thursday's highs between the mid fifties and sixty degrees right now we have seventy six degrees and cloudy skies in Boston this is WBZ news radio ten thirty with the news watch never stop good afternoon I'm sherry small and here the five things you need to know at twelve fifteen family of two adults and three children found dead in a condo in Abington fifteen year old girl is accused of stabbing a woman to death in fall river a judge hears the proposed multi million dollar settlement over the Columbia gas fires and explosions this afternoon and one suspect in the shooting that killed four people in Kansas city over the weekend is nabbed another is still on the loose the next round of trade talks between the US and China is scheduled for later this week Aaron trappers acylated senior officials from the US and China will meet Thursday for trade negotiations here in Washington talks in recent months have stalled and on October fifteenth the US will increase by five percent the terrace on two hundred fifty billion dollars of Chinese products the meetings come after president trump made this statement last week at the White House China is started investigation identified the president says the trade talks with China are one issue and his calls for China to investigate the bite ins is a separate issue but critics say the president's using a policy issue as a negotiating tool for his own political gain Karen Travers ABC news the White.
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"To get on with rex if that's your what we do the British people whether they believed to be full for many they spoke to get these things done by October the thirty first and that's what we're gonna do as you could hear that was a photo op with president trump at the United Nations Johnson says that he strongly disagrees with a British court ruling that he did not follow the law when he suspended Harlan five weeks for five weeks I should say an American reporter asked Johnson if he plans to resign he did not answer the question president trump called a very nasty question and trump said the Johnson is not going anywhere let's get you caught up now on the rest of this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one K. if you can. is formally launching an impeachment investigation into president trump today will sit down with the president of Ukraine Mr jumps to life phone call with that same leader is at the center of the latest firestorm for the administration and a key reason house speaker Nancy Pelosi on Tuesday called for a formal impeachment inquiry the administration is set to release details of that phone call today president trump insists he did not pressure the Ukrainian leader to investigate former vice president Joe Biden and his son that call was part of a whistle blower complaint that the inspector general of the intelligence community called credible and urgent Karen Travers ABC news traveling with the president in New York response from Republicans like former New Jersey governor Chris Christie now an ABC news consultant I think the mistake the speaker may. was that she jumped at this back quickly when she's been the one who's been the most calm throughout and she's admitted herself that she hasn't seen you have a transcript of the complex presidential harassment is what president trump is tweeted Jerry Preston ABC news we talk a lot about the problems with homelessness in local communities while coming up we're gonna tell you about a massive reduction in homelessness in one that local county that's the news from your neighborhood in three minutes. points every ten minutes.
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"President Karen Travers ABC news the White House president trump calls fake news a report in The New York Times that he used a federal agency to dispute forecasters who contradicted his claim that hurricane Dorian would hit Alabama the papers is acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney told Wilbur Ross the commerce secretary to have no a publicly refute the idea that Alabama was not at risk no on Friday said National Weather Service forecasters in Alabama spoke in absolute terms inconsistent with probabilities for the best products available at the time of the storm and new info about the cases against former top FIFA officials who worked in Porter Rico after hurricane Maria the investigation centers around alleged bribes that secured a one point eight billion dollar contract to repair Porter Rico's damaged electrical grid following hurricane Maria federal authorities arrested FEMA's former deputy regional administrator asa tribble the former president of energy company cobra acquisition Donald Ellison and his chief of staff the fed sales and provided things of value to trouble to influence his decisions to award Cobre with restoration work like a personal helicopter personal security and the use of a credit card mass Piper CBS news I had a Boeing says the grounded seven thirty seven MAX **** may not return to flight in every country at the same time here's A. B.. he's Alex stone it could be a phase done grounding around the world according to Boeing CEO Dennis Wallenberg he tells an investor conference it not all countries may allow those seven thirty seven Max to return to flight at the same time Boeing has yet to submit it software fix to the FAA for approval Mullen Berg saying the company is targeting later this year for the seven thirty seven Max's return to flight Alex down it ABC news in Toledo two people are dead after a crash of a cargo jet earlier today here's ABC's rhyme berada twin engine conveyor for forty cargo plane hit at least two empty semis when it went down AT Bubba's auto and diesel G. shy of the Toledo express airport there were no mayday calls transmitted to the tower by anyone aboard the plane before the crash the cargo plane originated.
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"Karen Travers. ABC news the White House. So there's no end in sight to the shutdown is Democrats and Republicans continue to fight a refunding the wall. If President Trump declares a national emergency money designated for the army corps of engineers could go toward building the border wall. Barron county Wisconsin authorities saying they've arrested at twenty one year old man in connection with the abduction of thirteen year old Jamie clause, and the murders of her parents, Barron county, Wisconsin sheriff Chris FitzGerald announcing Jake Thomas Paterson of Gordon, Wisconsin will be charged with two counts of first degree murder account of kidnapping. They say Patterson had no criminal history. And the town of Gordon were Jamie was found was not on their radar during the day investigation. We also do not believe that this time that the suspect had any contact with the family. We do believe Jamie was the only target. It's Gerald says Patterson planned his actions. It took many proactive steps to hide his. Pentiti? Ryan burrow, ABC news. A federal health officials are warning about a spike in flu cases this month. The centers for disease control reports high numbers of influenza cases in New York City in nineteen states doctors at the CDC say it's still not too late to get a flu shot since the flu season can last well into spring big turnout today, marine park Brooklyn thousand saying goodbye to fall FDM NY firefighters, Steven Polly. It's bitter cold out. But it's not stopping droves of firefighters. And even some police officers like Edwin from turning out to this funeral for Stephen Pollard matter no sleep with our way, just to pay our respects impair part just make it especially for the family real do for the family. Just make sure they he goes out, and you know, they see appreciated Scott Ackerman's, a friend of powered and says the thirty year olds girlfriend brother and father struggling, it's hard. A lot of counseling.
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"He W F T L news break plans to launch a SpaceX rocket this morning from Cape Canaveral. Have again been scrubbed for the same issue as yesterday computer issues and win disruptions areas of the country will be affected by weather during the upcoming holiday travel season, especially tomorrow, moral have thunderstorms. Air- airport delays, maybe even cancellations. So we're watching Charlotte Dirani Miami Fort Lauderdale, Orlando Tampa airport delays. And of course, the highways you'll get to your destination. Just a little slower than normal then as we look through the severe risk. This is tomorrow with those storms through Florida. Maybe even an isolated tornado about fifteen million people are at risk. That's meteorologist Bill Karen's. President Trump tweeting this morning that a wall will be built on the southern US border one way or the other. He tweeted in our country so much money has been poured down the drain for so many years. But when it comes to border security in the military, the Democrats fight to the death. We'll see what happens because the clock is ticking. Put a major deadline to fund parts of the government and avert a partial shutdown because of the border wall. President Trump has no public events today. He receives an intelligence briefing and has launched with secretary state, Mike Pompeo, the president and first lady host to Christmas receptions, tonight here at the White House with just three working days left until a deadline to fund the government. The White House is signaling the president will back down for Mr. man for five billion dollars for a border wall. But says they're waiting for the Senate to show what it can pass before the president gives his support. Karen Travers ABC. News the White House. A federal judge delaying sentencing for former national security adviser, Michael Flynn judge. Emmet Sullivan said our new hearing date for March thirteenth for now. Flynn remains.
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"Karen travers. ABC news the White House. More coming up with the big three with Len Berman and Michael Riedel. President Trump also tweeting about Senator Elizabeth Warren today calling her a complete. In total fraud. She took a DNA test that found she has a very small amount of native American heritage in her family line. Trump calls it a bogus DNA test and says she should apologize for perpetrating a fraud against the American public Garfield high school in New Jersey close today because of an unspecified threats. It wasn't until late last night. A tweet went out by school officials. And instead that Garfield high school will be closed due to a threat being investigated by police. No word on details of that threat. And it was only back in March than in the middle school. Here was placed on lock down for a threat in that case. A twelve year old was charged in Garfield, New Jersey. I'm Scott Pringle for seven ten W O R governor Murphy's ordered an investigation after a former member of his administration was accused of sexual assault. Murphy wants to know why Alvarez was hired in the first place. We will not follow the lead of Washington. This will be a real investigation designed to uncover the truth of what happened wherever it leads. We're not playing politics. We all the people of New Jersey transplant. And that's exactly what will provide a campaign, volunteer. Katie Brennan claims Alvarez assaulted her back in April of two thousand seventeen but her complaints were not thoroughly investigated NYPD looking for nine members of the proud boys after a brawl Friday night between that group and left wing protesters three left wing protesters of already been arrested at another Harvey Weinstein. Investigator is off the case. Prosecutor Jennifer Gaffney is the second member of the Harvey Weinstein prosecution team to step down from the Manhattan DA's office both left around the same time the lead prosecutor confronted the defense about an NYPD detective admitting he withheld information from a witness who told prosecutors Lucia Evans had consensual sex with Weinstein after he promised her an acting job Alice. Stockton Rosellini seven ten news brought.
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"Smart speaker just say Alexa, play WBZ NewsRadio on iheart radio. President Trump on the road today. But that anonymous op Ed in the New York Times is still very much on his mind and a big topic of conversation among White House staff. ABC's Karen Travers is in Washington. Fierce game of who. Did it continues here at the White House as anxious aides speculated about who? Wrote that anonymous op Ed published in the New York Times, and they're pointing fingers at each other at a rally in Montana Thursday night. President Trump said he wants to know who did it. But for the sake of our national security, the New York Times should publish his name at once. I think they're reporters she go and investigate who it is. That would actually be a good school. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. The Justice department has announced charges against the North Korean national. Authorities have accused of being behind the massive hack of Sony in two thousand fourteen and the wannacry ransomware attack last year. Officials say the linked to the attacks after finding out that he Email and social media council. He'd been tracing were connected to each other. Dallas man has been killed in his home by a police officer who thought that home belong to her she'd be as correspondent, Ellen sky explained. Dallas police say an officer had just finished her shift. Dallas police sergeant Warren Mitchell says the officer walked into the wrong apartment thought she saw an intruder pulled her gun and shot the man who.
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"The call is giving up their feud that's i would appear to the kentucky lecture series featuring chuck schumer and his senate opponent republican mitch mcconnell who had nothing with nice things to say about senator charters nobody that worked harder than the sca senator schumer thing he macau over his leadership leader mcconnell to his credit has promised an open process that's fair to both sides now they can keep the hatchet buried through the immigration fight andy field abc news washington president trump today introduced a plan to fix crumbling roads bridges and airports president trump says he's infrastructure proposal as a common sense bipartisan plan that every member of congress should support the vast majority of america's wanna to see us take care of our infrastructure the resident told a bipartisan group of governors mayors and state legislators that washington will no longer be a roadblock to progress that will now be a partner the president is calling for one point five trillion dollars in new investment in infrastructure but only two hundred billion of that amount would come from the federal government the plan calls for state and local governments to really bear the brunt of the financial burden karen travers abc news the white house venice rations still insists it didn't know about domestic violence allegations against former staff secretary rob border until he was forced out of his job last week we learned of the accent of this situation involving rob porter last tuesday evening and within 24 hours his resignation had been accepted and announce white house press secretary sarah sanders the fbi had testimony from porters exwives last year that he physically assaulted them on wall street today stocks scratched back some of last week's big losses the dow gained four hundred ten points that's one point seven percent you're listening to abc news stay connected stay informed this is 20.
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"That was the latest abc news i'm linda lopez president trump is stop of his asian trip in the philippines southern trumpets hands one more summit of world leaders on tuesday and then had to washington eager to get back home he's all the prime minister of india he's turned to the end of this trip and is white leaves mid afternoon on tuesday karen travers abc news traveling with the president majority question on monday about whether he discussed human rights with philippine president do territory the white house said human rights came up briefly candidate roy more is fighting back against the allegations of sexual misconduct one woman saying she was fourteen at the time and more was in his thirties warned more is threatening to sue for uh pulled over their report that four women say he pursued them when he was an assistant district attorney terni and they were in their teens several republicans including senators pat toomey john mccain and bob are calling for morale draw immediately and forty one other republican senators say he should step aside if the allegations are true but a senior adviser as even as president trump himself were to ask a draw race for alabama senate he would keep going lana zak abc news washington the senate finance committee tax bill today democrats say the tax will offers huge corporate tax cuts at the expense of the middle class what's the truth john smbc nobody of a middle class in crews he now says he misspoke broadly speaking every bracket will get a tax cuts but some families will actually see their taxes rise the nonpartisan dragged nation estimates according of people making between one and two hundred thousand dollars a year will get a tax hygiene within ten years one of the five making seventy five thousand dollars will be paying near tagged well the majority of people would still see that tax cut but most is not all and some near where go beyond to constituents brad mielke abc news this is abc news are.