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"mary alice parks" Discussed on KGO 810
"Issues. Riley, hospitalized and in custody is accused of fatally shooting four people, including a mom and three year old child. Sheriff Grady Judd. This man killed four people this morning. Tried to kill our deputies and then gave up. Riley shot it out with authorities before surrendering. Sheriff Judd says he was well prepared, had everything down to blood stop kits, first aid kits and he was ready for battle. Millions of Americans are set to lose their jobless benefits. Today, three pandemic related programs are set to expire by some estimates. Over seven million people now stand to lose nearly all of their unemployment benefits. Another three million will see their benefits reduced. Now many Republican controlled states already started rolling back these programs months ago. President Biden encouraged states to continue them. But most states say they just don't have the budget for that. ABC is Mary Alice Parks at the White House. The New York Times reports. Facebook is apologizing after video of black men in altercations with white civilians and police officers ends an automatic message pops up saying Keep seeing videos about primates. Facebook turned off the AI that show the message You're listening to ABC News. Oil drilling investments involve a high degree of risk and are only suitable for SCC. Accredited investors. ATTENTION high Net worth investors, oil and gas investments have always been an ideal tax advantage and have been a way to invest and take a 100% right off..
Judge Shields Some Texas Abortion Clinics From Group's Suits
"Abortion clinics temporarily shielded from being sued by the state's largest anti abortion group under a new bat rule banning most abortions. But Washington is paying attention to other Republican led states considers similar laws that allow third parties to sue people suspected of aiding abortions. Massachusetts Democratic Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley. Just because there's a ban on abortion doesn't mean that abortions will stop happening. It means that there will not be access to safe and legal abortions for our most vulnerable and at the White House very unusual mechanisms in this law that let one neighbor Sue, another neighbor was top of mind for the president. He described that as a vigilante system and said it was almost on American. The White House said that they are looking for ways of the federal government can respond to the law and ensure that all women have access to safe and legal abortion. But still, the White House has not yet laid out any specific next steps. A B C's Mary Alice Parks, the
White House Urges Private Businesses to Protect Against Ransomware Threats
"Cyber attacks threatening to derail the country's infrastructure. The White House is now releasing a new memo to private businesses, urging them to take action. Now they're telling them to shore up their digital defenses before they become the next victim. ABC S Mary Alice Parks has the latest Mary Alice Parks. Let's roll the White House today, reaching out to American businesses that are increasingly finding themselves the target of cyber and ransomware attacks. Writing in a new memo that all organizations must recognize that no company is safe from being targeted, regardless of size or location. This coming after the country's largest mass transit agency in New York City revealed its computers were the target of an attempted attack linked to the Chinese government in April.
"mary alice parks" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"As vice president to the southern border. She said that she will go soon and she said Look, I was a senator from California. I've been to the border. I know these issues, but she is going to continue to get pressed on this. ABC is Mary Alice Parks. Meantime, President Biden starts his first overseas trip Wednesday to the UK will attend the G seven summit and then a NATO summit in Belgium, followed by a high stakes meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. In Geneva, Switzerland. Mr Biden leaves Washington with talks stalled over his $2 trillion infrastructure plan. There is yet another Bipartisan group meeting, but the two sides don't agree on how much to spend what to spend it on or how to pay for it. ABC's Jonathan Karl, this is ABC News. There could be a political redo. Coming in Virginia, Former governor Terry McAuliffe has won the Democratic primary and his party's nomination for a new term in office. McAuliffe held office from 2014 to 2018. He couldn't run for reelection then because governors in the state are not allowed consecutive terms. Virginia is the only state with an open race for governor this year in the contest is expected. To be closely watched heading into the midterm elections. McAuliffe will face GOP political newcomer Glen Duncan in November. Love a good lobster with butter, you're likely paying more for both. It seems everything is getting more expensive, and that includes lobster. It's now going for 13 to $14 a pound. The reason good old supply and demand, especially outside the U. S. Prices dropped to about $8 a pound last year as Covid 19 grounded flights to places like China That's the world's largest market for the prostate. Adding insult to injury. Butter is also getting more expensive due to increased feed prices for cows. ABC is Daria Aldinger. I'm Derek Dennis ABC News. I'm Dr Baker and ER physician. If you're having leg pain, swelling or redness, but haven't talked to.
Harris Takes on a New Role as She Heads on Her First Overseas Trip
"President Kamala Harris steps onto the world stage. Today she traveled to Guatemala navies, He's Mary Alice Parks in Guatemala City sing immigration is the focus. Vice President Kamala Harris, making her first foreign trip with a two day swing to Guatemala and Mexico. Her mission one that has stumped many American leaders before. How to slow surge in migration from the region now at levels not seen in decades.
"mary alice parks" Discussed on WTVN
"Defender dot com Military wife and mother of two deported under the Trump Administration, zero tolerance policy more than three years ago, is reunited with her family in Florida, just in time for Mother's Day. Alejandra Water is an undocumented immigrant, embracing her two daughters and husband at Orlando International Airport Saturday after a long separation, her lawyer, Andrea Martinez, speaking to reporters, I hope that US citizens see this story and understand that these are not political ponds. Immigrants are humans, and this is a story of human beings and human families that belong together. Warriors was deported to Mexico in 2018. She's been granted humanitarian parole, allowing her to stay in the U. S. For For years. She hopes Congress will create a permanent solution for undocumented immigrants like her disappointing jobs. Numbers have both Democrats and Republicans debating why more people are not getting back to work. Republicans and some small business leaders, blaming the expanded unemployment benefits put in place through September, saying it's too hard to hire for some jobs. But Democrats argue there's no evidence of a worker shortage. Million's are looking for work. Karen Smith, a single mom from Jupiter, Florida, says she's on Lee seeing job opening. In the service industry. There are jobs out there for people with a lot of skill. There are service level jobs that are minimum wage. Most of them are part time so you don't have a benefit. ABC is Mary Alice Parks. This is ABC News. Mother's Day is this weekend Send.
"mary alice parks" Discussed on KGO 810
"Defender dot com Military wife and mother of two deported under the Trump Administration, zero tolerance policy more than three years ago, is reunited with her family in Florida, just in time for Mother's Day. Alejandra War is an undocumented immigrant, embracing her two daughters and husband at Orlando International Airport Saturday after a long separation, her lawyer, Andrea Martinez, speaking to reporters, I hope that US citizens see this story and understand that these are not political palms. Immigrants are humans, and this is a story of human beings and human families that belong together. Worries was deported to Mexico in 2018. She's been granted humanitarian parole, allowing her to stay in the U. S. For a year. She hopes Congress will create a permanent solution for undocumented immigrants like her disappointing jobs. Numbers have both Democrats and Republicans debating why more people are not getting back to work. Republicans and some small business leaders, blaming the expanded unemployment benefits put in place through September, saying it's too hard to hire for some jobs. But Democrats argue there's no evidence of a worker shortage. Million's are looking for work. Karen Smith, a single mom from Jupiter, Florida, says she's on Lee seeing job opening. In the service industry. There are jobs out there for people with a lot of skill. There are service level jobs that are minimum wage. Most of them are part time so you don't have a benefit. ABC is Mary Alice Parks. This is ABC News. Mother's Day is this weekend Send.
"mary alice parks" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Defender dot com Military wife and mother of two deported under the Trump Administration, zero tolerance policy more than three years ago, is reunited with her family in Florida, just in time for Mother's Day. Alejandra Water is an undocumented immigrant, embracing her two daughters and husband at Orlando International Airport Saturday after a long separation, her lawyer, Andrea Martinez, speaking to reporters, I hope that US citizens see this story and understand that these are not political ponds. Immigrants are humans, and this is the story of human beings and human families that belong together. Warriors was deported to Mexico in 2018. She's been granted humanitarian parole, allowing her to stay in the U. S. For A year. She hopes Congress will create a permanent solution for undocumented immigrants like her disappointing jobs. Numbers have both Democrats and Republicans debating why more people are not getting back to work. Republicans and some small business leaders, blaming the expanded unemployment benefits put in place through September. Staying. It's too hard to hire for some jobs, but Democrats argue there is no evidence of a worker shortage. Million's are looking for work. Karen Smith, a single mom from Jupiter, Florida, says she's on Lee seeing job opening. In the service industry. There are jobs out there for people with a lot of skill. There are service level jobs that are minimum wage. Most of them are part time so you don't have a benefit. ABC is Mary Alice Parks. This is ABC News. Mother's Day is this weekend Send.
"mary alice parks" Discussed on KOMO
"In a conversational way, always delivering the news to thousands as if he was telling a story over the backyard fence to a neighbor. Nice guy who always strove to make the story meaningful, was also a U. S. Navy vet. After retiring from Co Mo. He served on the Snohomish County Council and was assistant secretary of transportation for the state. But perhaps the biggest gift he gave to broadcasters was his master's thesis on the history of radio and TV in the Northwest. This is all I could find of what's left of the old black and white Arcia cameras that we used in this studio later, he wrote. His own reminiscence of life is an anchorman. Their stories like the time I threw the owner of coma, locked out of the building. Literally. Well, we put Bill Brubaker in the class of broadcast pioneers who set the standard for storytelling around here And though he's left us that example still lives on I'm Rick van sized Cuomo news. Debate about enhanced unemployment benefits as job growth slows A B C's Mary Alice Parks reports from the White House Republican governors and the U. S Chamber of Commerce, arguing specifically that the additional $300 a week in federal unemployment benefits. The Democrats put in place through September are keeping people from seeking work. So far, Democrats have completely blocked at this idea. They say they're just isn't data to back that up that millions of Americans are out there looking for work. They argue that if anything, this demonstrates the need for their policy proposals around paid family and medical lead and funding for child care and senior care. Mary Alice Parks, ABC News, the White House Dozens dead in Afghanistan. These are your world Headlines from ABC News Ah car bombing outside of school in the Afghan capital, Kabul, killed dozens of people, including Children, more than 150 are winded, mostly female students, according to officials. The Afghan government has blamed the Taliban Myanmar's military June to has branded a rival opposition government as terrorists. The anti terror law bans membership of the group as well as any contact with them. More than 700 civilians have been killed by the military since the coup in February, and some 3700 are detained, according to human rights groups. Tensions remain high in Jerusalem after clashes between Palestinians and Israeli police at the Al Aksa Mosque. There is growing anger over the potential eviction of Palestinian families from east Jerusalem land that is claimed by Jewish settlers on France's president. Nakorn has called on the U. S to drop its export ban on covert 19 vaccines and ingredients as part of efforts to boost doses for poorer countries. Julia McFarlane ABC News at the Foreign Desk in London..
"mary alice parks" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Each other and our community surgeon General Murdy on ABC is this week. India is now the global epicenter of the pandemic. More than 345,000 cases per game. Hospitals are turning away people. Crematories can't keep up with the bodies. The White House says the U. S. Will send India raw materials for vaccines as Wells PPE in ventilators, But critics say the vaccine rich US needs to doom or in the coming days. Baby sees like a jockey and Washington. It's not a state of the Union speech, but President Biden this week makes his first address to a joint session of Congress. ABC NEWS Washington Post Polling puts Mr Biden's approval rating and 52% 10 points better than Trump. At this point. The spotlight on policing is shining on the president's unkept pledges. The president said he would send the bill to Congress on suing gun manufacturers. But that has it come. Neither has a commission on police reform. He had pledged the president's new term also defined by a crushing surge of migrants crossing the border. He tasked his vice president Kamila Harris, with leading the country's response and focusing directly on root causes leading so many to flee. ABC is Mary Alice Parks. Officials in Arkansas say all four people aboard were killed in the crash of a single engine Piper p a 46. About 100 Miles northwest of Little Rock. The Federal Aviation Administration says the plane originated out of Moscow. G Oklahoma headed for Williston in northern Florida. No word on cause of the crash. You're listening to ABC News. WTMJ W 277 c V and W. Katie I HD to Milwaukee from the NX Wealth Management studios. His news radio WTMJ..
"mary alice parks" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"In the suburb of Brooklyn Center, Minnesota On Sunday, Police shot and killed a man who was driving away after they tried to arrest him. That spurred a crowd of as many as 200 individuals to mass on the police station, state Public Safety Commissioner John Harrington. We saw Rocks and other objects thrown at the police department. There were reports of shots fired in the area of the police department. Police fired flash bang grenades to disperse the crowd. Town of Windsor, Virginia, says it fired one of two officers caught on video pointing their guns at and pepper, spraying a black uniformed the U. S. Army second lieutenant during a stop late last year. A large number of corporate figures met online over the weekend, trying to determine what kind of response is warranted to efforts by some states to change voting laws over 100 corporate chiefs gathered online Sunday about new stricter voting laws considered by some states and enacted in Georgia. Execs from major airlines, retailers and manufacturers and at least one NFL owner took part, says The Washington Post, citing a Yale management professor Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, one of the organizers. The Wall Street Journal cited unnamed sources who participated He's Chuck's Iverson bipartisan group of lawmakers will huddle with the president today. Infrastructure, the topic So far, Republicans are just firmly opposed to the president's ideas for paying for this All president has said he wants to raise the corporate tax rate back closer to where it was before President Trump's tax cuts and Republicans. They helped put those tax cuts for corporations in place. They don't want to see them reverse. ABC is Mary Alice Parks. Iran is formally blaming Israel for sabotage and its underground nuclear facility. The damage centrifuges used to enrich your age. Him. Tehran promising revenge. You're listening to ABC news crews and me, me, me, me, me, but also you the peril of fast forwards his favorite foreign film, but the powdered doughnut,.
"mary alice parks" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"News this past our sources describing the latest border Patrol data to ABC News show, a 25% increase and unaccompanied Children in U. S custody at the Southwest border. Just His last week over 4000 Children, Total and Border Patrol custody. Sources believe that is a record number. ABC is Mary Alice Parks. Republicans say that the president should have seen this coming. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy is heading down to the border tomorrow, with with lots of other Republicans, but congressional Democrats to their angry and frustrated they ran on doing this better figuring this out. They say that President Biden used to focus on this and make real progress here. Homeland Security ordering FEMA to use its expertise to help with the border covert numbers, declining in the U. S worries that crowded beaches impact bars spilling out into the streets now You're listening to ABC News. This is news radio. Wait. 40 w h A s Your news. Now Kentucky is in the midst of base one sea of its vaccination distribution plan, and now eligibility is starting to expand again. Starting on Monday. Face Won SSI eligibility includes all Kentucky is that our 16 and older with all approved underlying health conditions either outlined by the state or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. State officials say these underlying health conditions put these individuals at higher risk for severe covert 19 complications. This afternoon, the state of Kentucky saw 445 new cases of covert 19 governor, Bashir said. It's the ninth straight week of declining cases. The positivity rate is now under 4%. The governor shares that 995,784 Kentucky INS have now been vaccinated. The state is on track to hit a million vaccinations by Monday. I'm Sara Lee's It is time.
Biden administration set to issue $1,400 stimulus payments
"As covert relief stimulus payments had make accounts through direct deposit. The Biden administration is working to make sure all eligible Americans get their money of those direct $1400 payments laid out in President Biden's covert relief package. Already landing in bank accounts. The White House aware millions of Americans, often the poorest and most vulnerable struggle to get their stimulus payments last time. The I R. S promising to do better working to send more payments straight to bank accounts. ABC is Mary Alice Parks. I'm directed US ABC News Homo News 1000 FM 97
"mary alice parks" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"On trial Monday for the killing last spring of George Floyd. Extensive grilling of prospective jurors means it'll be almost a month before there's any actual testimony, the three week process to find the 12 jurors and four alternates to decide this case potentials answering question. Courtroom cameras won't show their faces show Vin faces second degree murder and manslaughter charges to which he's pleaded not guilty. ABC is Alex Parrish, A in Minneapolis President Biden's on the verge of his first big legislative victory. The House on Tuesday looks to pass the nearly $2 Trillion pandemic relief bill. The Senate passed on Saturday. The house hoping to pass this bill, finally Early this week. Progressives they're signaling they're not thrilled, but okay with the compromises in this Senate bill, so we're not expecting a lot of drama in the house. But this was supposed to be the easy one. President Biden had wanted Republican support, and he just did not get it and obviously with the rest of his agenda. Legislation on Lee gets more complicated from here. Baby sees Mary Alice Parks without doing away with the filibuster. West Virginia Democrat Joe Manchin favors changing Senate rules to allow more straight party line votes instead of the usual 60 to pass legislation to more women came forward to accuse embattled New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of past unwanted advances. Still, he says he will not resign, content to let the state attorney general's investigation play out. People agree to make allegations. But then we also have a process of due process where people get the facts, and then they make a determination. Mandalay in Miramar..
"mary alice parks" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Forward claiming harassment, New York's governor Andrew Cuomo says I'm not going to resign because of allegations, Governor Cuomo told reporters on a Sunday afternoon briefing, call one of the women who came forward Karen Hinton as a long standing vendetta against him. Every woman has the right to come forward. That's true. But the truth also matters what she said, is not true. Republican Governor Jim Justice of West Virginia, telling CBS's face the nation today that Cuomo should step down. I think it's terrible, and I truly believe You know that he has adults mess on his hands. And with all this, you know, Swear stands. It's not gonna do anything said get worse, and I and I would say you need to resign and investigation by New York's attorney general is underway on the 56th anniversary of Selma's Bloody Sunday President Biden today signing an executive order, easing the registration process for eligible voters and improving voting access. Taped remarks the president urging full passage of the four the People Act. It's a landmark piece of legislation. That is urgently needed to protect the right to vote and the integrity of our elections and repair and strengthen our democracy. I hope the Senate does its work. So I can sign it into law. The Senate did pass the president's $1.9 trillion stimulus legislation for President Obama, heaping praise on his former vice president tweeting last night that the bill helps improve the lives of families across the country. And this is why elections matter, But Democrats pushed this bill through Congress on their own without Republican support. And they barely kept their ranks together. ABC is Mary Alice Parks. Pope Francis appealing for Peaceful Coexistence in Iraq today is he prayed for the country's war dead amid the ruins of four demolished churches in Mosul, which suffered widespread destruction from Isis. He also prayed for those who perpetrated the violence and their repentance..
"mary alice parks" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Yeah. Wasn't always pretty. But it was so desperately needed. No Republicans voted in favor of the bill that includes direct payments of $1400. For many Americans, this plan will get checks out the door starting this month. The American people so desperately need to help. ABC is Mary Alice Parks explains what must take place for those checks to go out. Senate Bill needs to go back to the House for final passage. Democratic leaders they're confident, signaling they think they can move fast. They want to vote Tuesday, but they only have a slim margin there. They're gonna have to keep their ranks together if they can get this done by next week and get it to the president's desk, another looming challenge for the bite administration, Iran and the Nuclear deal, Iran's president today so the country's ready to live up to the measures of that 2015 agreement once the US lift economic sanctions amid the U. S Iranian tensions, Pope Francis is on the final day of his historic visit to neighboring Iraq. His arrival in the city of Cara Kash, ABC, Z and panel in Erbil, Iraq, says the pope's message throughout the country is one of tolerance and peace. I mean, you think of Iraq, and unfortunately you think of war. You think violence of suicide bombs of attacks of Isis terrorists of terrible, terrible events that have dominated the headlines in yet? No Iraqi TV carrying these positive news events showing the pope meeting Iraqi dignitaries meeting ordinary people of all religions on that undoubtedly sends a positive message. Another woman has accused in battle. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of inappropriate conduct analyst tells the Wall Street Journal that while working as an aide to the governor and 2013, he called her sweetheart kissed her hand and ask personal questions. Cuomo apologized Wednesday for behavior. He said he now realized upset people. You're listening to ABC News Me me, me, me, me, but also you the peril of fast forward his favorite foreign film, Powdered doughnut..
Covid Stimulus Bill Heads to the Senate
"Again so far. President Biden Saturday called on the Senate to follow the house and pass a $1.9 trillion stimulus bill. Maybe see White House correspondent Mary Alice Parks has more on the future of the bill that includes $1400 payments to most Americans. The Senate could begin debate on the bill as early as this week. There, the president likely cannot afford to lose any democratic votes, fissures and the failures. Defects, the flaws in our system. During the course of this pandemic have been blown up for all to see. Vice President Kamila Harris could be the tiebreaker. Harris noting this weekend how minority families and communities have been hit
"mary alice parks" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Yesterday's insurrection. And can't be allowed to continue to serve as president after both Democratic challengers, one run off elections in Georgia. Schumer is expected to be the next majority leader now that the dams have control of the Senate. When one party has the gavel, they decide the committees that are formed, We could see special prosecutors appointed. It changes what votes come up on the House floor, even though it seems so close, a 50 50 split a tie that will only be decided by Vice President elect Kamila Harris, coming back in a role as president of the Senate. And casting that tiebreaker vote to give Democrats the majority. Still, that is all that is required to basically decide the entire schedule for the Senate. Maybe she's Mary Alice Parks today. President elect you'll. Biden introduced his choice for Attorney General Merrick Garland, best known as the nominee for the Supreme Court in 2016, but refused by Senate Republicans after President Obama nominated him to replace the late Justice Scalia. Our next news updates at noon I'm Chuck Clark on K Away News Radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 of them on the bed. Fred Sports Traffic Center Crash South of Sixth Avenue has been cleared out of the way but meantime. Be a few minutes for south on I 25 gets back up to speed backed up toward 38 Park Avenue. But let's lanes are open and the crash is out of their rest of the highway drive in pretty good shape, slow those South and 2 to 5 and 25 once again and still had that closure off the highway due to the water main break. What's the Isla shut down between Havana and Parker, also North bound Parker's backing up through there because of that closure and a crash being cleared on north of Havana? Just north of.
"mary alice parks" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"But it was in Grand Rapids, Michigan, last night where President Trump made his final, please concept of losing to this guy, you better You better get out there and vote tomorrow. Joe Biden was in Pittsburgh. I have a feeling We're coming together for a big win tomorrow. It's not just the presidency on the line. Neither ABC News deputy political director Mary Alice Parks on some key Senate reaches to keep an eye on a long list of Republicans. Actually, you have courted gardener out in Colorado in Arizona really competitive race that Democrat Mark Kelly. I think slightly favored to win. We have main Susan Collins. You know, Susan Collins has made it work for a while, but but she has just taken some votes that I think a lot of majors saw is a step too far with continuing coverage. I'm Sherry Preston ABC news and if you are making your way before you had to work or drop the kids off at school. If they have school today, a lot of kids do not because the schools are being used as voting locations. Election day is finally here. Unlike early voting, you have to go to your assigned polling location by seven o'clock with a picture I d that includes your signature. There are 866 precincts in Miami Dade County with Broward's 577 precincts condensed into a 385 sites. Miami Dade Supervisor of Elections Christina White projects in 80% turnout in the 2016 presidential election. There were 998,000 people that voted for the entire election. So we've already surpassed that just with vote by mail and early voting. Broward Supervisor of Elections Peter Antonacci says 65% of registered voters have already cast their ballots We have been operating on 80% turnout basis, So that would be another 125 150,000 about completed vote by mail ballots must be in one of four Miami date or to Broward drop boxes. By 7 P.m.. No exceptions. Eric Rodriguez news radio 6 10 W Y O D So no forest. We continue our in depth team coverage on this decision day. Someone in the UK is betting big that Joe Biden will win the White House. They put down a million pounds or nearly $1.3 million at the Democratic candidate will unseat our president. Oddsmakers give but in a 65% chance of wedding and you may notice some extra eyes and ears at the polls today. The Miami Dade Elections Task force is out and about with investigators looking for complaints of voter intimidation, harassment and or fraud. Miami Dade State attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle says they've set up a hotline for voters to call if they see anything suspicious, she says the goal is to ensure everyone's allowed to vote safely and freely. We're not there in uniform or not inside were not there to be a proactive or be like a police force. Randall's calling for an audit of all county postal distribution centers after reports of UN delivered mail in ballots. In South Day. There are also reports of vote by mail ballots found stacked in the U. S post office at the Princeton Distribution Center in Southwest Miami Dade, Wendi Grossman. NewsRadio 6 10 W I, OD and business owners are concerned over the prospect of civil unrest. In today's election, they've boarded up windows in Miami's design district. Other businesses that are taking extra precautions are in midtown and Miami beaches Lincoln Road. Business owners say Despite the heightened security, none of them are planning to close today. They need the money, police say. Right now, all is going well. And so far so good. And with Election Day upon us more than half of Americans do believe that today is the most stressful day of their lives. NBC Stephanie Gauss has the latest Doctors even have a name for it. Election stress disorder, psychologists say, Look for signs that you may need more help having trouble getting out of bed or not eating, finally resist the urge to worry about what can't be controlled or what hasn't happened. A new poll from one poll finds that Millennials and Generation Xers are the generations that most stress about who will reside in the White House come Inauguration day. It is nearly 706 and Corona virus cases are rising quickly and just about every state on this election day. Over the past two weeks, new cases have climbed by 25% in 40 states. Some of the biggest jumps are in key battleground states, including Michigan, where they increased 115% and Wisconsin, where new cases are up. 88%, Pennsylvania, where both President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden had been running hard reported more than 2000 cases. Six days in a row, which had dot happened before nationwide coronavirus deaths were up 15% of the past two weeks. The toll now stands at nearly 232,000. Here it home. The death toll in the statehouse surpassed 17,000. Another 46 deaths were announced in Florida yesterday. Along with more than 4600 new cases, mornings at 7 37 06. I'm Natalie. Roger gets back to you, Jimmy. All right. Thank you Know a lot of posed in the conduct polls four years ago, the day before the election, but they did yesterday, They learned that there can be a surgeon at the end. We'll tell you what they said that a straight ahead it 7 12 traffic at 7 10, a news radio 6 10. W A. I ot now but no Napa. You could get 20% off three or more items with the 4 99 Napa Tool bag. Yep. 20% off power tools, 20% off wipers, 20% off oil and more. It's a whole bag of tricks. Well, actually, it's.
"mary alice parks" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Some of those Obama trump voters. By and large, they're those swing voters that crossed Over in 2016 are happy with the decisions that they've made. Do you Andrew from our partners at Fivethirtyeight? Mary Alice Parks, our deputy political director. Does the president have the same success this year? Mary Alice with identity politics that he did in 2016, You know, he's been talking about suburban voters an awful lot does the racial unrest around the country? Change the dynamic at all. Oh, sure, It is much harder to be a candidate that wants to that wants to blast. The other side That wants to be a change agent wants to deliver divisive rhetoric when you're the one in charge when the fact is incumbent president have no choice but to run on their record, And right now the president's record has a really tough spot. I mean, not only the lives and livelihoods lost with cove it like we've all been talking about, But you're exactly right. I mean, the frustration that we're seeing in the streets, the absolute Just tipping point feels like the country's at that the president has hasn't seemed to be able to speak Teo or calm. That's all a part of his record, and that makes it makes it incredibly hard for the president to run away from his record. Mariella Sparks, our deputy political director, here at ABC News, along with Galen Troupe from our Partners at 5 38. Been a tough week for the president last week, as he starts to this convention will get into that coming up in a little bit of wee near the moment of the RNC's beginning for 2020..
Nevada caucuses live updates: Sanders looks strong as votes trickle in
"Clark Democrats in Nevada making their choices on caucus day early votes being read out of this caucus site right now it's too early for A. B. C. news to project a winner but based on early entrance poll estimates senator Bernie Sanders is leading in initial preferences ABC's Alex stone is out of caucus site Brian in this precinct they just wrapped up the win about an hour or so with this cocky site only Bernie Sanders was found to have been a viable candidate there were a couple of others who wanted Biden and booted chads but they didn't have enough to be viable so only Bernie Sanders in this precinct will get delegates out of this location that aligns with the voter preferences that we have heard today from the entrance polls the voters per first Sanders here in Nevada in a few hours we may begin hearing some of the official results Brian as for reporting the results Alex A. B. C. deputy political director Mary Alice parks at a caucus cited bolaget hotel they called and they had a secure access lines they also sent a picture of their work sheets into a secured basically tax message bank where they sent the picture of their
"mary alice parks" Discussed on KOMO
"Past week for another debate ABC news deputy political director Mary Alice parks spent the week in the morning and first thing A. B. C. sherry Preston asterisk how's the impeachment plane in the heartland I think democratic voters are trying to talk about anything else and want to hear any other pitch from the candidates that are running they want to talk about what the candidates are gonna do for them to lower health care costs to work on wages and benefits and jobs I frankly was I have been to a lot of campaign events where voters stand up and ask questions hardly anyone asks questions related to impeachment what do you think that is I mean they were such a big poll to say we've got a president trump out of office that's a number one priority but now when they're talking about actually you know doing that nobody wants to talk about it I think it's a number of things one I think there's fatigue on the issue you're right that people and talking about it for a really long time there's also just not been a lot of difference between the candidates we've seen a number of the democratic candidates give almost identical talking points on the issue they fundamentally look at the evidence the house is presented and think that the president did something wrong they stood with the at the pool see through all of this and they're pushing for more witnesses in the Senate so I think democratic voters feel like it's not where they're going to see a difference between the candidates when we talk about what happened in the debates on we can't let it go by without talking about what happened between Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders and what happened afterwards that audio that was released where they were talking about one of them calling the other a liar right you see senator Bernie Sanders with his hands out looking to shake a little more and hand and she recoils and then the released audio where we hear her saying one of the discussion of the destruction you called me he told me one.
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"While many Democrats increased house speaker Nancy Pelosi supporter of an impeachment inquiry of president trump it is far from unanimous ABC's deputy political director Mary Alice parks spoke with hearing Peter ski and Karen Travers on most of the democratic candidates are in favor of this impeachment inquiry but but not all right that's correct and a lot of ways this has been another good week for center lives with foreign because remember she was the first tune very definitively say that she was for impeachment months ago. in some of the the the Democrats of sort of worried that this is taking the the party down a path that it really doesn't want to go and that was the case at least when this was all about Russia and and Robert Muller they did the calculus change. absolutely the calculus changed look it still politically risky no one on either side is sure how the politics of this shakes out and anyone who says no I've been given to all of it I mean you have a party saying fundamentally the president abuse of power and if you go through the stack of making the case day in and day out for the next few months that's really changed from borders mine I've talked to a number of twenty twenty eight democratic campaign that fate luck we were never going to be able to make a bigger moral argument against the president our party leadership back on Capitol Hill she didn't do something the politics might be risky seller motors might think it's a bridge too far it might distract from the kitchen table issues like healthcare infrastructure but that doesn't mean that this isn't good for us politically in the long run Alice's Karen Travers a you know that point about shifting the focus away from the kitchen table issues here what's the risk there for the democratic contenders they're out on the campaign trail they're talking policy and trying not to talk about president trump does this force them to now make impeachment and what's happening on Capitol Hill a part of their regular stump speech a part of their message on the trail hard to see how it's avoidable and anyway this will largely be the backdrop in which the rest of the campaign will be locked they're going to ask a question they're going to have to respond to it I mean we're talking about a handful of fittings senators who were also presidential campaign Canada so this goes over to the Senate they're gonna be the one there on Capitol Hill involved in a real direct way so yes I think absolutely it it it will be reflected on the campaign trail in speeches in questions like order but I wonder if in some way it leads the candidates off some of the conversation back to that. you can say yeah I take your question I answer it but now regret the rest of your questions today at the close the and I'm going to talk about healthcare maybe it let them check a box that before that they were still really hard about what is Nancy Pelosi now get everybody on the same page me because we have seen the democratic caucus in the house just all over the map and she said to really kind of push down some rebellions from some of the more progressive members some of the newer and younger members now that she's put her stamp of approval and in ways on this day he's going to be able to rein everybody in and get everybody to sing from the same tune I think that's what's been really remarkable about the last week there's been significantly more messages discipline around this latest round of allegations regarding the Ukrainian call ABC's Mary Alice parks Karen Travers and hearing conter ski here on komo newsradio..