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02:02 min | 3 weeks ago

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"Rich has died in Los Angeles at the age of 54. I bet nobody ever called you the baby of the family. Adam rich was America's little brother on 8 is enough, which aired in the late 1970s. He also had parts on code red and Dungeons and Dragons. His publicist says rich had a type of depression that defied treatment, which led him to experimental cures after several run ins with the law related to alcohol and drugs. The Los Angeles coroner's office is investigating the cause of rich's death, but it is not considered suspicious. I'm Margie Szaroleta. There are concerns about young athletes after Buffalo Bill safety demar Hamlin's heart stopped during Monday Night Football. So what about screening all school aged athletes for undiscovered heart issues? Doctor Charles barroll, chief cardiologist at children's national says those intentions seem good, but highlights a couple of problems. It's costly. And so it may not be cost effective to do those tests in every athlete. And it has to be equitable amongst all children and young adults and not just the athletes, but also mathletes and chess players and couch potatoes should also be treated equally. So if you're going to invest money in screening programs, probably should be everybody. One reason family should consider screening for heart issues if they have a known condition like thickening of the heart or known arrhythmias in immediate family members, then perhaps the rest of the family should be evaluated. Liz Anderson WTO news. Security concerns have prompted many levels of government to ban TikTok from their devices. It has to be part of a conversation you have with your kids. Adam Levin is the cofounder of cyber scout. He says starting that conversation can be as simple as teaching them cyber hygiene. Everything from long and strong passwords, not sharing them across your universe of websites, getting a password manager, two factor authentication. Other steps you can take include downloading apps that track your kid's activity and reminding them of some simple safety tips. Don't have anything in the room that could indicate the location of the house to someone watching a TikTok video. Alicia abelson, WTO news

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Ye apologizes 'for any stress that I have caused' to ex Kim Kardashian

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00:46 sec | 4 months ago

Ye apologizes 'for any stress that I have caused' to ex Kim Kardashian

"Musician Kanye West or yay as he goes by now is apologizing to his ex-wife Kim Kardashian for the difficulties he caused in their relationship I'm Margie Szaroleta with the latest Ye tells ABC News is Good Morning America He realizes the stress he's put on Kim Kardashian since she filed for divorce in February 2021 Ye says neither he nor anyone else should be stressing her out I need this person to be Lee stress and a best sound mind and his calm as possible to be able to raise those children Ye says he absolutely wants their four children to attend donda academy the private school he founded in Simi Valley California that currently has 82 students He also says he absolutely will run for president again

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‘Goodfellas,’ ‘Law & Order’ actor Paul Sorvino dies at 83

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00:47 sec | 6 months ago

‘Goodfellas,’ ‘Law & Order’ actor Paul Sorvino dies at 83

"Actor Paul sorvino known for his roles in Goodfellas and on Law & Order has died of natural causes in Jacksonville Florida according to his publicist serving was 83 I'm Margie Szaroleta with the latest You know that you're only out early because I got you a job Not only does he Paul sorvino knew that no matter what role he played everyone would think of him playing a gangster as he did in Goodfellas serving said in a 1997 interview that was not him I'm really a comedian but the thing that strikes the hardest is the Goodfellas and the thing that I guess has a bigger impression on your psyche is the guy who can scare the life out of you Sorvino loved to sing but said he could not bring it to the level he wanted serving was the father of actor Mira Sorvino and famously broke down in tears when she won an

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02:29 min | 1 year ago

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"Near Lakeland, Florida Brian Riley apparently did not know his victims say authorities he is under arrest. This is a P news. Legendary entertainer has died. A P correspondent Margie's are Letta has this former Today show weatherman Willard Scott has died at the age of 87. According to NBC. I'm Margie Szaroleta with a look at his life. Willard Scott had a favorite response. If you asked if he was a meteorologist, No, I'm a Southern Baptist. Scott's trademarks were 1/100 birthday greetings to viewers and dressing up in silly costumes, including a famous incident in which he dressed as Carmen Miranda. God created the Ronald McDonald character for Washington area commercials and was disappointed he was not chosen for the national ads. Scott was asked in a 2000 and four AP interview what he would send to the Today show If he made it to 100. I probably said the picture of me dressed as Carmen Miranda, and then some other picture. Be shaking into the pope Margie's our letter reporting they found the body of a climber in Grand Teton National Park. He appears to have been climbing alone, say authorities. I'm Rita Foley. AP News Several paramilitary troops were killed and many others injured after a suicide attack at a security points in southwestern Pakistan. The attack took place about 15 miles south of the Pakistani town of Quetta. Authorities say the attacker had walked towards the checkpoint manned by paramilitary frontier courts before detonating the explosives. And militant group to Taliban. Pakistan, also known as the Pakistani Taliban, claimed responsibility for the morning attack. It was the first time TTP claimed an attack on Pakistani security forces since the Taliban, a separate organization to control of neighbouring Afghanistan. I'm Karen Jammeh's former Today show weatherman Willard Scott has died at the age of 87. According to NBC. I'm Margie Szaroleta with a look at his life. Willard Scott had a favorite response. If you asked if he was a meteorologist, No, I'm a Southern Baptist. Scott's trademarks were 1/100 birthday greetings to viewers and dressing up in silly costumes, including a famous incident in which he dressed as Carmen Miranda. God created the Ronald McDonald character for Washington area commercials and was disappointed he was not chosen for the national ads. Scott was asked in a 2000 and four AP interview what he would send to the Today show if he made it to 100. I probably said the picture of me dressed as Carmen Miranda, and then some Other picture would be shaking into the.

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02:13 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Ed Donahue. The Taliban does not want the US to stay beyond the deadline of a week from today to get out of Afghanistan, an official tells the AP President Biden is sticking with the August 31st date. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says the deadline has not changed. We continue to make progress every day in getting Americans as well as S I V applicants and vulnerable Afghans out on Capitol Hill. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy says the deadline should be extended. There's no possible way that we can get Every American is still in Afghanistan out in the next seven days. Russian President Vladimir Putin is complaining about the chaos in Kabul caused by the U. S and allies during the evacuation at the Kabul airport. The number of evacuees is rising more than 21,000. People were flown safely out of the Kabul airport in the 24 hour period that ended early today. White House coronavirus response coordinator Jeff Science says 171 million Americans are fully vaccinated and 200 million have at least one shot. States with more people unvaccinated are catching up in Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi. More people got their first shots in the past month. And in the prior two months combined more than 100. National Guard personnel are being deployed to 20 hospitals across Georgia to help deal with the state's latest surgeon. Coronavirus cases. An army of firefighters is trying to keep a huge wildfire from pushing towards Lake Tahoe along the California Nevada line. The Cal door fire is just 9% contained. After burning more than 180 square miles and destroying at least 455 homes southwest of Lake Tahoe. A man is recuperating in stable condition at a Fairbanks hospital in Alaska. After being mauled by a bear in Denali National Park. He was hiking alone in thoroughfare pass. This is a P news. Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts has died. The apes Margie Szaroleta has the story. Charlie once was an unlikely rock star. He loved jazz and joined the Rolling Stones in the early 19 sixties. Figuring the band would last two weeks..

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02:03 min | 1 year ago

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"The Taliban does not want the US to stay beyond the deadline of a week from today to get out of Afghanistan, an official tells the AP President Biden is sticking with the August 31st date. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says the deadline has not changed. We continue to make progress every day in getting Americans as well as S I V applicants and vulnerable Afghans out on Capitol Hill. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy says the deadline should be extended. There's no possible way that we can get Every American is still in Afghanistan out in the next seven days. Russian President Vladimir Putin is complaining about the chaos in Kabul caused by the U. S and allies during the evacuation at the Kabul airport. The number of evacuees is rising more than 21,000. People were flown safely out of the Kabul airport in the 24 hour period that ended early today. White House coronavirus response coordinator Jeff Science says 171 million Americans are fully vaccinated and 200 million have at least one shot. States, with more people on vaccinated are catching up in Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi. More people got their first shots in the past month. Than in the prior two months combined more than 100 National Guard personnel are being deployed to 20 hospitals across Georgia to help deal with the state's latest surgeon. Coronavirus cases. An army of firefighters is trying to keep a huge wildfire from pushing towards Lake Tahoe along the California Nevada line. The Cal door fire is just 9% contained. After burning more than 180 square miles and destroying at least 455 homes southwest of Lake Tahoe. A man is recuperating in stable condition at a Fairbanks hospital in Alaska. After being mauled by a bear in Denali National Park. He was hiking alone in thoroughfare pass. This is a P news. Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts has died. The apes Margie Szaroleta has the story. Charlie.

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Bills' Beasley Quarantined After Exposure

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00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Bills' Beasley Quarantined After Exposure

"Music. Margie Szaroleta, a source tells the AP Buffalo Bills receivers Cole Beasley and Gabriel Davis must spend at least five days away from the team facility after having close contact with the trainer who tested positive for the coronavirus. It means they will miss the bills last preseason games Saturday. Both

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03:21 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Margie Szaroleta with the latest Sony Pictures television says Mayan Bialik will be the first of several guest host of jeopardy standing in for Mike Richards, who was named permanent host just two weeks ago. Richards resigned last week after a report that he made demeaning comments about women and homeless people on a podcast. Bielik was named host of Jeopardy's primetime and Spin off series. You will see Richards on TV, though he taped episodes last week that will air when jeopardy returns on September 13th Coronavirus update. I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute stocks finished higher. The Dow up 215 points. Visor chairman, Dr Albert Borland is hoping final FDA approval of his company's coronavirus vaccine will result in more vaccinations. I think that is why it is an important milestone, but I think will unlock. Uh, some of the more skeptical minds to do the vaccine. President Biden is hoping that happens, and he hopes FDA approval will continue a trend. Overall weekly new vaccinations are up more than 56% from where they were a month ago. Last week. We saw a record of vaccinations more than one million shots today for three state debt through three straight days. It's the first time this has happened since June. The current fight is against the Delta variant. The Pentagon promptly announced it will press ahead with plans to require members of the military to get vaccinated. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News I'm Tim Maguire. The Taliban warns any attempt by US troops to delay their withdrawal from Afghanistan past August 31st to give people more time to get out would provoke a reaction. U. S Army General Stephen Lyons, We have our own. Processes and defensive measures and techniques, tactics and procedures to To take, uh, you know, to protect our crews and to protect our aircraft On and out. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says the focus remains on the 31st if there needs to be A discussion about extending that timeline. Then we absolutely will have that discussion at the appropriate time with the commander in chief. Some 37,000 people have evacuated from the Kabul airport, including about 16,000 over the past day or so. President Biden says he hopes the final FDA approval of the Pfizer vaccine will lead more people to get vaccinated together. Made significant progress in just seven months. Just have to finish the job. Science. Facts and confidence. Just over half the US population is fully vaccinated. A number of Florida parents are suing Governor Ron De Santis over his order preventing school districts from mask mandates. He says the parents should make that decision only for their Children. When the Legislature did the parents Bill of Rights. This is exactly one of the reasons why they did it because they looked They understood certain things really should be decided by the parents and not decided by the government. At least seven school districts representing more than a million Florida students are defying the governor's no mask order. Thousands of students, hundreds of teachers and staffers in schools across Florida have been sent home to quarantine after being exposed to the coronavirus at school. More than 13,500. Firefighters are working to contain a dozen large California wildfires. That have destroyed hundreds of homes and forced.

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03:20 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Margie Szaroleta with the latest Sony Pictures Television says My, Um Bialik will be the first of several guest host of jeopardy standing in for Mike Richards, who was named permanent host just two weeks ago. Richards resigned last week after a report that he made demeaning comments about women and homeless people on a podcast. Bielik was named host of Jeopardy's primetime and Spin off series. You will see Richards on TV, though he taped episodes last week that will air when jeopardy returns on September 13th Coronavirus update. I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute stocks finished higher. Here. The Dow up 215 points. Pfizer chairman Dr Albert Borland is hoping final FDA approval of his company's coronavirus vaccine will result in more vaccinations. I think that is why it is an important milestone, but I think we'll unlock Uh, some of the more skeptical minds to do the vaccine. President Biden is hoping that happens, and he hopes FDA approval will continue a trend. Overall weekly new vaccinations are up more than 56% from where they were a month ago. Last week. We saw a record of vaccinations more than one million shots today for three state death through three straight days. Was the first time this has happened since June. The current fight is against the Delta variant. The Pentagon promptly announced it will press ahead with plans to require members of the military to get vaccinated. I made Donahue AP News. I'm Tim Maguire. The Taliban warns any attempt by US troops to delay their withdrawal from Afghanistan past August 31st to give people more time to get out would provoke a reaction. U. S Army General Stephen Lyons, We have our own. Processes and defensive measures and techniques, tactics and procedures to To take, uh, you know, to protect our crews and to protect their aircraft going in and out. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says the focus remains on the 31st if there needs to be A discussion about extending that timeline. Then we absolutely will have that discussion at the appropriate time with the commander in chief. Some 37,000 people have evacuated from the Kabul airport, including about 16,000 over the past day or so. President Biden says he hopes the final FDA approval of the Pfizer vaccine will lead more people to get vaccinated together. Made significant progress in just seven months. Just have to finish the job. Science. Facts and confidence. Just over half the US population is fully vaccinated. A number of Florida parents are suing Governor Ron De Santis over his order preventing school districts from mask mandates. He says the parents should make that decision only for their Children. When the Legislature did the parents Bill of Rights. This is exactly one of the reasons why they did it because they looked They understood certain things really should be decided by the parents and not decided by the government. At least seven school districts representing more than a million Florida students are defying the governor's no mask order. Thousands of students, hundreds of teachers and staffers in schools across Florida have been sent home to quarantine after being exposed to the coronavirus at school. More than 13,500. Firefighters are working to contain a dozen large California wildfires. That have destroyed hundreds of homes and forced.

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03:20 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Margie Szaroleta with the latest Sony Pictures Television says My and Bialik will be the first of several guest host of jeopardy standing in for Mike Richards, who was named permanent host just two weeks ago. Richards resigned last week after a report that he made demeaning comments about women and homeless people on a podcast. Bielik was named host of Jeopardy's primetime and Spin off series. You will see Richards on TV, though he taped episodes last week that will air when jeopardy returns on September 13th Coronavirus update. I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute stocks finished Here. The Dow up 215 points. Visor chairman Dr Albert Borland is hoping final FDA approval of his company's coronavirus vaccine will result in more vaccinations. I think that's is why it is an important milestone, but I think we'll unlock Uh, some of the more skeptical minds to do the vaccine. President Biden is hoping that happens, and he hopes FDA approval will continue a trend. Overall weekly new vaccinations are up more than 56% from where they were a month ago. Last week. We saw a record of vaccinations more than one million shots today for three state debt through three straight days. It's the first time this has happened since June. The current fight is against the Delta variant. The Pentagon promptly announced it will press ahead with plans to require members of the military to get vaccinated. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News I'm Tim Maguire. The Taliban warns any attempt by US troops to delay their withdrawal from Afghanistan past August 31st to give people more time to get out would provoke a reaction. U. S Army General Stephen Lyons, We have our own. Processes and defensive measures and techniques, tactics and procedures to To take, uh, you know, to protect our crews and to protect our aircraft going in and out. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says the focus remains on the 31st if there needs to be A discussion about extending that timeline. Then we absolutely will have that discussion at the appropriate time with the commander in chief. Some 37,000 people have evacuated from the Kabul airport, including about 16,000 over the past day or so. President Biden says he hopes the final FDA approval of the Pfizer vaccine will lead more people to get vaccinated together. Made significant progress in just seven months. Just have to finish the job. Science. Facts and confidence. Just over half the US population is fully vaccinated. A number of Florida parents are suing Governor Ron De Santis over his order preventing school districts from mask mandates. He says the parents should make that decision only for their Children. When the Legislature did the parents Bill of Rights. This is exactly one of the reasons why they did it because they looked They understood certain things really should be decided by the parents and not decided by the government. At least seven school districts representing more than a million Florida students are defying the governor's no mask order. Thousands of students, hundreds of teachers and staffers in schools across Florida have been sent home to quarantine after being exposed to the coronavirus at school. More than 13,500. Firefighters are working to contain a dozen large California wildfires. That have destroyed hundreds of homes and forced.

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03:20 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Margie Szaroleta with the latest Sony Pictures Television says My M Bialik will be the first of several guest host of jeopardy standing in for Mike Richards, who was named permanent host just two weeks ago. Richards resigned last week after a report that he made demeaning comments about women and homeless people on a podcast. Bielik was named host of Jeopardy's primetime and Spin off series. You will see Richards on TV, though he taped episodes last week that will air when jeopardy returns on September 13th Coronavirus update. I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute stocks finished higher. Here. The Dow up 215 points. Visor chairman Dr Albert Borland is hoping final FDA approval of his company's coronavirus vaccine will result in more vaccinations. I think that is why it is an important milestone, but I think we'll unlock Uh, some of the more skeptical minds to do the vaccine. President Biden is hoping that happens, and he hopes FDA approval will continue a trend. Overall weekly new vaccinations are up more than 56% from where they were a month ago. Last week. We saw a record of vaccinations more than one million shots today for three state death through three straight days. Was the first time this has happened since to the current fight is against the Delta variant. The Pentagon promptly announced it will press ahead with plans to require members of the military to get vaccinated. I made Donahue AP News. I'm Tim Maguire. The Taliban warns any attempt by US troops to delay their withdrawal from Afghanistan past August 31st to give people more time to get out would provoke a reaction. U. S Army General Stephen Lyons, We have our own. Processes and defensive measures and techniques, tactics and procedures to To take, uh, you know, to protect our crews and to protect their aircraft going in and out. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says the focus remains on the 31st if there needs to be A discussion about extending that timeline. Then we absolutely will have that discussion at the appropriate time with the commander in chief. Some 37,000 people have evacuated from the Kabul airport, including about 16,000 over the past day or so. President Biden says he hopes the final FDA approval of the Pfizer vaccine will lead more people to get vaccinated together. Made significant progress in just seven months. Just have to finish the job. Science. Facts and confidence. Just over half the US population is fully vaccinated. A number of Florida parents are suing Governor Ron De Santis over his order preventing school districts from mask mandates. He says the parents should make that decision only for their Children. When the Legislature did the parents Bill of Rights. This is exactly one of the reasons why they did it because they looked They understood certain things really should be decided by the parents and not decided by the government. At least seven school districts representing more than a million Florida students are defying the governor's no mask order. Thousands of students, hundreds of teachers and staffers in schools across Florida have been sent home to quarantine after being exposed to the coronavirus at school. More than 13,500. Firefighters are working to contain a dozen large California wildfires. That have destroyed hundreds of homes and forced.

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01:49 min | 1 year ago

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"Very difficult situation. About working, collaborating a group of trying to attain that goal. And that's uh To save someone's life. 147 people are missing, a source tells the AP. The Trump Organization in the company's long time finance chief, are expected to be charged tomorrow with tax related crimes. May Donahue, the father of singer Britney Spears, wants an investigation into the statement she made in court last week, claiming her conservatorship severely restricts her medical treatment and personal life. I'm Margie Szaroleta with the latest Although James Spears has been his daughter's conservator for most of the past 13 years, he says in court documents for the past two years, he's only overseeing her money, not her person. Jodi Montgomery was appointed by the court to oversee Britney Spears personal life. The singer told the judge she was forced to use birth control, take medicine against her will and forbidden to get married. James Spears says the courts must confirm whether his daughter's allegations are true in order to correct any problems. Montgomery could not be reached for comment. By MIKE GROSSI. A reporting charges are expected Thursday against the Trump Organization and the top executive. Charges are expected to be filed Thursday against former President Donald Trump's company and his longtime finance chief. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr has led a two year probe into the Trump Organization. The charges against the company and chief financial officer Alan Wisenberg appeared to involve non monetary benefits. The company gave two top executives, possibly including use of apartments, cars and school tuition wise Dulberg came under scrutiny in part because of questions about his son's use of a trump apartment at Little Or no cost. Barry Weiss Hilberg managed to Trump operated ice rink in Central Park. His ex wife, Jan Wisenberg has been cooperating with the investigation. I might grow CEO.

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01:49 min | 1 year ago

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"About working, collaborating a group trying to attain that goal. And that's uh To save someone's life. 147 people are missing, a source tells the AP. The Trump Organization and the company's long time finance chief are expected to be charged tomorrow with tax related crimes. May Donahue, the father of singer Britney Spears, once an investigation into the statement she made in court last week, claiming her conservatorship severely restricts her medical treatment and personal life. I'm Margie Szaroleta with the latest Although James Spears has been his daughter's conservator for most of the past 13 years, he says in court documents for the past two years, he's only overseeing her money, not her person. Jodi Montgomery was appointed by the court to oversee Britney Spears personal life. The singer told the judge she was forced to use birth control, take medicine against her will and forbidden to get married. James Spears says the courts must confirm whether his daughter's allegations are true in order to correct any problems. Montgomery could not be reached for comment. By MIKE GRASSI. A reporting charges are expected Thursday against the Trump Organization and a top executive. Charges are expected to be filed Thursday against former President Donald Trump's company and his longtime finance chief. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr has led a two year probe into the Trump Organization. The charges against the company and chief financial officer Alan Wisenberg appeared to involve non monetary benefits. The company gave two top executives, possibly including use of apartments, cars and school tuition wise Dulberg came under scrutiny in part because of questions about his son's use of a trump apartment at Little Or no cost. Barry Weiss Hilberg managed to Trump operated ice rink in Central Park. His ex wife, Jan Wisenberg has been cooperating with the investigation. I micro CEO 80 News..

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01:33 min | 1 year ago

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"Four more bodies have been found from the rubble of the collapsed condo building in Surfside, Florida 16 people have died. Daniella Levine Kaba is Miami Dade County mayor. As of now, the number of Accounted for is 139. The number of unaccounted 1 47. In addition to the four bodies, Cruz also found other human remains. Rescuers were able to build a ramp from a crane to reach areas at the top of the pile. They had not had access to Source tells the AP Donald Trump's company and his longtime finance chief are expected to be charged tomorrow with tax related crimes stemming from a New York investigation into the former president's business dealings. The charges against the Trump Organization and the company's chief financial officer, Alan Weiss, Solberg, appeared to involve non monetary benefits. The company gave two top executives. Possibly use of apartments, cars and school tuition. I'm Ed Donahue, Pennsylvania's highest court has overturned actor Bill Cosby Sex ASSAULT conviction. I'm Margie Szaroleta, with the latest Bill Cosby had agreed to give potentially incriminating testimony in a civil lawsuit filed by accuser Andrea Constand over a 2004 encounter as long as he would not be charged. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court says district attorney Kevin Steele was obligated to keep his predecessors promised to Cosby instead. Steelhead Cosby arrested for sexual assault and charged in 2015. That conviction has now been thrown out. Cosby has served two years of a 3 to 10 year sentence at a prison near Philadelphia. AP.

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02:22 min | 1 year ago

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"And rescue and saving any lives that we can. Alfredo Lopez, who lived on the sixth floor, was able to get out alive. He was at church Sunday, praying for others. I I hope to God that they're going to find somebody. But, man, you know if you saw what I saw nothing this and then you know, you go over there and you see, like all the rubble. How can somebody survived that? I'm Julie Walker. There are reports of casualties following US airstrikes in Syria and Iraq. Here's arm. My Kempen. Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby says the airstrikes targeted three operational and weapons storage facilities used by militia groups near the Iraq Syria border. Kirby says the militias used the facilities to launch unmanned aerial vehicle attacks against U. S. Troops in Iraq. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reports at least five Iraqi militiamen were killed in the air strikes. My camp in Washington record shattering heat across the Pacific Northwest, and it's expected to get even hotter today before it begins to cool down tomorrow. It was 112 degrees in Salem, Oregon, yesterday. 104 in Seattle. The U. N human rights chief is calling for nations to do more to end systemic racism against people of African descent and make reparations to them. This is a P news Let's go to the movies with the apes. Margie Szaroleta, the ninth installment of the fast and furious movies, leads at the box office this weekend. Jacob is Tom's brother. If you went to the movies this weekend, there's a good chance it was to see F nine. It brought in $70 million in its first weekend, according to studio estimates. That's the biggest opening for a film since the coronavirus pandemic hit. Unlike other recent films, F nine only ran in theaters with no streaming Quiet place. Part two was way way in second place, bringing in $6.2 million. The hitman's wife's bodyguard was third with $4.88 million. I'm marches Szaroleta about 170 Million Americans have gotten at least one covid shot. That's about two thirds of those 18 and older. Vaccination rates have dropped below one million a day. There's no sign that will turn around any time soon. I'm Rita Foley..

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03:11 min | 1 year ago

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"Was able to get out alive. He was at church Sunday, praying for others. I hope to God that they're going to find somebody. But, man, you know if you saw what I saw nothing this and then you know, you go over there and you see, like, you know all the rubble. How can somebody survived that? I'm Julie Walker. There are reports of casualties following US airstrikes in Syria and Iraq. Here's arm. Kempen. Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby says the airstrikes targeted three operational and weapons storage facilities used by militia groups near the Iraq Syria border. Kirby says the militias used the facilities to launch unmanned aerial vehicle attacks against U. S. Troops in Iraq. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reports at least five Iraqi militiamen were killed in the air strikes. My camp in Washington record shattering heat across the Pacific Northwest, and it's expected to get even hotter today before it begins to cool down tomorrow. It was 112 degrees in Salem, Oregon, yesterday. 104 in Seattle. The UN human rights chief is calling for nations to do more to end systemic racism against people of African descent and make reparations to them. This is a P news Let's go to the movies with the apes. Margie Szaroleta, the ninth installment of the fast and furious movies, leads at the box office this weekend. Jacob is Tom's brother. If you went to the movies this weekend, there's a good chance it was to see F nine. It brought in $70 million in its first weekend, according to studio estimates. That's the biggest opening for a film since the coronavirus pandemic hit. Unlike other recent films, F nine only ran in theaters with no streaming A quiet place. Part two was way way in second place, bringing in $6.2 million. The hitman's wife's bodyguard was third with $4.88 million. I'm Margie Szaroleta about 170 Million Americans have gotten at least one covid shot. That's about two thirds of those 18 and older vaccination rates have dropped below one million a day. There's no sign that will turn around any time soon. I'm Rita Foley. AP News For the second time since President Biden took office, the U. S has conducted airstrikes along the Syria Iraq border. The Pentagon says it went after facilities last night used by Iran backed militia groups targeting to operational and weapons storage facilities in Syria and one in Iraq. Spokesman John Kirby called the strikes defensive in response to drone attacks on US troops in Iraq to Iraqi militia officials say the strikes killed for militiamen. The Iran backed factions are vowing revenge for the strikes, which also drew rare condemnation of the U. S from the Iraqi military, which calls them an unacceptable violation of Baghdad sovereignty. Soccer Megane Washington This July. 4th and lows get $10 off one gallon cans or $40. Off five gallon pails and select interior and exterior paint stains and coatings. The Lowe's gift card reading and.

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AP News

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"margie szaroleta" Discussed on AP News

"AP News I'm Ed Donahue an announcement today from the White House. The vice president will travel to El Paso, Texas. On Friday. She will be accompanied by Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alan York as this would be Vice president Kamala Harris, his first trip to the border. She's been criticized from both parties. For failing to go there. Despite her role, leading the Biden administration's response to a steep increase in migration. This is press secretary Jen Psaki. We're at this point, in part because we've made a great deal of progress. And if you look just to a couple of months ago, when 6000 Children were in border patrol facilities were now at the point where there is far less than 1000, Republicans have seized on failures by both Harris and President Biden. To paint the administration as absent on what they described as a crisis at the border. Later today, President Biden will focus on new crime fighting measures with the focus on guns and policing. The AP Soccer. Madani has the story. Officials here at the White House say the president will try to take on both issues announcing new steps to fight crime while also backing police reform efforts. Police leaders like Baltimore is Michael Harrison say cities are struggling to address rising crime, while also hearing calls for reform and seeing tensions between their officers and communities. The Supreme Court ruled the structure of the agency that oversees the mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac violates separation of powers principles in the constitution. The justices also ruled the public school in Pennsylvania wrongly suspended a student brandy levy from cheerleading over social Media Post with swearing in gestures that she made after she didn't qualify for the varsity team. Young students and adults like me, shouldn't He punished for them, expressing their own feelings. And letting others know how they feel. Babies. Video post was not recorded on school grounds. Stocks are mixed following early gains. This is a P news The dates are set for Elton John's Farewell yellow brick road tour in North America. Here's the AP is Margie Szaroleta Rocketman. Elton John has announced the final concerts he will play in the U. S. Before he calls it quits. They will be stadium dates, starting with Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia on July 15th of next year. His last American shows will be two dates at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles on November 19th and 20th. 2022 John will resume touring this September in Berlin. He will play several US arena dates that were rescheduled because of the pandemic. His final final scheduled concerts as of now, our January 27th and 28th 2023 in Auckland, New Zealand. I'm Archie Szaroleta Drake Bell, the former star of the popular Nickelodeon show, Drake and Josh. Pleaded guilty to charges in Cleveland related to a girl who he met online and attended one of his concerts in 2017. When she was 15. The sentencing ranges probation to two years in prison. Ed Donahue. AP News.

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AP News

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"margie szaroleta" Discussed on AP News

"In Chicago now inform Really George Floyd Square in Minneapolis have been moved along with artwork and other items in his memory. City Council vice president Andrea Jenkins says the intersection has to be reopened and the memorial to flow it must live on now it's time for us to begin the process. Of rebuilding this community to create the kind of memorial that is worthy. Of the life of George Floyd Mayor Jacob Frye says traffic will not be fully restored for some time. Celebrity lawyer F. Lee Bailey is dead at 87 F. Lee Bailey made his name winning an acquittal for the second murder trial of Dr Sam Sheppard. Bailey's other high profile clients included heiress Patricia Hearst, the alleged Boston Strangler. And former NFL star O. J. Simpson. One of the memorable moments of Simpson's 1995 trial was Bailey Cross examining Los Angeles police Detective Mark Furman about racism. And quote you as using that word in dealing with African Americans would be a liar, Would they? Not detectives? Yes, they would. All of them all of them. Bailey was disbarred in two states for his handling of stock owned by a convicted drug smuggler. I'm Margie Szaroleta. This is a P news. Organizers of a Memorial Day event in Hudson, Ohio, are drawing sharp criticism for turning off the microphone during a speech by retired Army officer as he was sharing the history behind Memorial Day, retired Army Lieutenant Colonel Barnard Kempner began talking about how freed black slaves had honored fallen soldiers soon after the Civil War Real day. Was first commemorated by an organized group of black freed slaves. Organizers of the ceremony said that part of the speech was not relevant to the program's theme of.

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Drunken, reckless driving charges dropped against Bruce Springsteen

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Drunken, reckless driving charges dropped against Bruce Springsteen

"Driving charges have been dropped against Bruce Springsteen, but he still will pay a fine federal prosecutor declined to pursue charges of drunken driving and reckless driving against Bruce Springsteen because his blood alcohol level was 520.0 to a quarter of the legal limit in New Jersey. Springsteen pleaded guilty to a third charge consuming alcohol in a closed area, Springsteen told a judge during a video conference. He had two small shots of tequila. He will pay a $500 fine U S Park. Police say an officer saw Springsteen drink a shot of tequila and drive on his motorcycle in the Gateway National Recreation Area in New Jersey in November. Margie Szaroleta

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AP News

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"margie szaroleta" Discussed on AP News

"80 news. I'm Madonna as they wrap up their opening case in the Senate impeachment trial House prosecutors say it's clear the capital invaders were working on Donald Trump's orders. The AP Soccer Madani has the story. Impeachment manager Diana D. Get says You can hear it on security footage. Rioters telling Capitol police not to stop them that they shouldn't even be fighting them. Because they believed that the commander in chief was ordering this yesterday, Democrats focused on chilling video of the riot itself. President Biden saw some of it. My guess is some minds may have been changed, but I don't know that did not seem to happen yesterday, Trump seems likely to be acquitted unless 17 Republicans joined all Democrats in voting to convict Saga room AGONY. Washington A tally from Johns Hopkins University shows California has surpassed New York and the number of coronavirus deaths. The mayor of Los Angeles, Eric Garcetti, is worried about. Vaccinations are vaccine supply is on even It's unpredictable and too often inequitable. The development comes as other coronavirus numbers show improvement in California. The government says the number of people filing claims for unemployment dropped slightly last week. It's back to school today. In Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the teachers union reached an agreement to get kids back in the classroom. Our Children rely upon us to chart the path for them. We cannot leave them to the side of the road. Interstate 35 Fort Worth, Texas was the scene of a crash involving 75 to 100 vehicles. At least five people were killed. Winter storm made roads slick in the Dallas area. The Interior Department canceled the Trump Administration directive that gave local and state officials power to block the buying of land and water for conservation. Instagram is banning Robert F. Kennedy junior for repeatedly sharing misinformation about vaccine safety and the coronavirus. This is AP News. Taylor Swift says she has re recorded her fearless album. Here's The AP is Margie's Szaroleta Taylor. Swift says what she's calling fearless. Taylor's version will have 26 songs instead of the original 13 with six Never before released. Swift promised to re record her first six albums after music manager Scooter Bronze Company bought her former label, Big Machine and sold her catalog. Swift complained she was not given the chance to buy her master recordings. Swift has not said when fearless. Taylor's version will come out. However, her Twitter statement included a hidden message using only the capital letters. It reads April 9th marches. Szaroleta, You won't see Gina Carano in future episodes of the Mandalore Ian. There were calls to fire Kurono because of a social media post that like in the experience of Jews during the Holocaust to the current political climate. Lucas film says Kurono no longer works for them and Don't be in the future. Ed Donahue. AP News.

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Study: Killings surge in 2020; pandemic, protests play roles

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00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Study: Killings surge in 2020; pandemic, protests play roles

"For his part in a Wisconsin barroom stabbing. Margie Szaroleta. This is AP News. A new study says the corona virus pandemic and racial justice protests each played a role in an increase in killings in 2020, the National Commission on Covert 19 and Criminal Justice, along with Arnold Ventures looked at crime rates in 34 cities. There was a 30% spike in homicides compared to 2019, the study's lead author says the pandemic forced police officers off the streets. Keeping them from interacting with the community. Homicides

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AP News

01:56 min | 2 years ago

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"Urge a message of peace and unity to the left. And right. There's nothing new here in Michigan Lieutenant Brian Alexis up the Michigan State police different topic. And it's a serious topic way won't tolerate criminal behavior. Finally, data from Johns Hopkins University shows the seven day rolling average of new coronavirus cases in the U. S is rising. It's currently more than 223,000 per day. The seven day rolling average of deaths is up to more than 3300 to date. Covert 19 infections are blamed for the deaths of more than 395,000. Americans. I'm Ben Thomas. AP News musicians who knew music producer Phil Specter have mixed reactions to the news of his death at the age of 81 I'm Argies are a letter with the latest I believe that I run. The specter of the Ronettes, who was married to Phil Specter for six years, calls him a brilliant producer but of lousy husband, she says on Instagram. Many lives were damaged, but she still smiles when she hears the music they made together, Darlene Love says on social media. If it weren't for Phil Specter, there would never be a darling Love. She said In 2004, AP interview. Specter asked if she changed her name from right to love after gospel singer Dorothy Love coats, I said, Why not? It's who figured it would stay around anyway. Ronnie Specter of the Ronettes, who was married to Phil Specter for six years, calls him a brilliant producer but a lousy husband, she says on Instagram. Many lives were damaged, but she still smiles when she hears the music they made together, Darlene Love says on Social Media. If it weren't for Phil Specter, there would never be a darling love, she said In a 2004 AP interview. Specter asked if she changed her name from right to love after gospel singer Dorothy Love, Coates said. Why not? Who figured it would stay around anyway. Margie Szaroleta. Thank.

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'Gimme Some Lovin' rock star Spencer Davis dead at 81

AP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

'Gimme Some Lovin' rock star Spencer Davis dead at 81

"Rock and roll pioneer, has died. Spencer Davis was 81 before Spencer Davis ever had a band with his own name that featured Stephen Muff Winwood. He played in bands with Bill Wyman Later of the Rolling Stones and Christine Perfect later, Christine McVie of Fleetwood Mac Spencer Davis Group had hits in the U. S with Gimme Some Lovin and I'm a Man. Davis later worked for artist development for Island records. He toured in his later years with original Spencer Davis, Group drummer Pete York and Margie Szaroleta. CNN

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Diana Rigg, Emma Peel of ‘The Avengers,’ Dies at 82

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00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Diana Rigg, Emma Peel of ‘The Avengers,’ Dies at 82

"Dr. Diana Rigg has died of cancer at the age of 82 after Diana Rigg has died of cancer at the age of 82. I'm Margie Szaroleta with a look at her career that was very, very dirty. Diana Rigg brought smart swagger and sex appeal to the Avengers as Emma Peel in the 19 sixties. Recent TV viewers may remember her as Elena Terrell in Game of Thrones. Rig played Tracy Bonds, the only wife of James Bond in on Her Majesty's Secret Service. She was an accomplished stage actor and won a Tony Award for the title role in the Greek tragedy. Medea she never stopped acting. Her last role was in all creatures great and small, currently running a British TV.

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Lady Gaga wins 5 VMA awards

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00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Lady Gaga wins 5 VMA awards

"Lady Gaga collected five MTV Video Music Awards Did Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande, a lip synch their performance at the MTV VMAs heard to tell they were wearing masks. Performances were filled in advance. We're in front of no audience with piped in applause. The gaga grand a song Rain on me one song of the year and best collaboration but was beat out by blinding lights by the weekend for video of the year. He was grateful for the wind, but he was in a somber mood. It's really hard for me to celebrate right now and enjoy this moment, so I'm just going to say Justice for Jacob Blake and Justice for Briana Taylor. Thank you. Margie Szaroleta Wildlife

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Fire engulfs cooking show star Rachael Ray's home

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00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Fire engulfs cooking show star Rachael Ray's home

"Fire has burned the home of cooking shows star Rachel Rachel Rachel Ray spokesman says the extent of the damage to raise home in a rural area of Lake Luzern New York is not clear. Local fire. Authorities say As many as 16 fire departments responded to the fire, which started at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday and lasted until about 3 a.m. Monday. Great tweeted her thanks to first responders and says she's grateful for what she has not what she's lost. Ray and her husband have been filming her show. Stay home with Rachel, two days a week from their home since April. I'm Margie Szaroleta, the

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Nick Cannon dropped by ViacomCBS over "anti-Semitic" comments

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00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Nick Cannon dropped by ViacomCBS over "anti-Semitic" comments

"CBS is ending its relationship with Nick Cannon for what they're deeming hateful speech in anti Semitism. Viacom CBS has cut ties with Nick Cannon over an episode of his video Podcast Cannons class featuring Professor Griff of Public Enemy that was filmed last year and ran on YouTube two weeks ago. Kenan and Griff say that black people are the true Hebrews and Jews have taken their identity, Cannon writes on Facebook. He wholeheartedly apologizes but denies the company's claim that he did not reach out to acknowledge the situation. He demands full ownership of his improv. Siri's Wilden out. Kanan has other deals unconnected to Viacom. CBS, including hosting NBC's America's Got Talent, and Fox is the masked singer. I'm Margie Szaroleta.

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Naya Rivera's body recovered from California lake

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Naya Rivera's body recovered from California lake

"Morning confirmed they have, in fact fell the body of glee star Naya Rivera in a Southern California lake after she had disappeared. I'm a pontoon boat that she had rented with her four year old son. Rivera was only 33 Ventura County Sheriff Bill Ayoub says. Naya Rivera is four year old son said his mother had boosted him back out to the boat. After they had been swimming in Lake Piru. He turned around and saw her disappear under the water. The rental operator noticed the boat was overdue for return and found the boy in a life jacket on board asleep under a towel. An adult life jacket was found on the boat. Ayoub says Rivera may have gotten stuck and thick vegetation under the water that kept divers from searching the area thoroughly. We believe she was concealed within some of the The shrubbery on the floor bed of the lake. I'm Margie Szaroleta Double GOP

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