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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi sets deadline for COVID-19 stimulus deal
"Day for the stimulus deal, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says if they can't reach agreement with the White House today, There won't be a rescue package before the election more from correspondent Mary Bruce, House speaker and the Treasury secretary spoke for nearly an hour yesterday, and we are told that they're continuing to narrow their differences. But a deal today is a very tall order. And if they can't get this done well, then relief likely will not come until 2021 for millions of Americans. That is just too long. A wait. They're talking about a package and the $2 trillion range. Even if there is agreement, there's no guarantee Senate Republicans will go along. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he would put it up for discussion. But he's scheduling votes on narrower bills as well.
Trump and Biden offer starkly different views of the pandemic during dueling events
"American voters heard from President Trump and former vice president joe. Biden this week in separate town halls. This after a head to head debate was cancelled when the president refused to take part in a virtual event. Biden. On ABC from Philadelphia, the President in Miami on another network ABC's Mary Bruce covers it all the candidates not face to face, but still fighting from afar offering contradicting vision how to lead the country out of this pandemic. With masks. But I've heard many different stores masks I wanNA president doesn't wear a mask or makes fun of folks like me when I was wearing a mask for a long time then. People say well, it must be that important. President. Trump says he and the country are on the mend even with cases on the rise, we have done an amazing job and. It's rounding the corner and we have the vaccines coming and we have to therapies coming. But Joe Biden said the president failed the American people he said he didn't tell anybody because he was afraid Americans would panic is a presidential responsibility to lead and he didn't do that. He didn't talk about what needed to be done because he kept worrying in my view about the stock market the President on defense I knew it. Was a big threat at the same time. I don't WanNA panic this country I don't want to go out and say everybody's going to die the most shocking moment of the night trump refusing to denounce the fringe conspiracy group Cunanan, which baselessly believes Democrats are satanic pedophile ring that only trump can stop. I. Know Nothing about it I do know they are very much against pedophilia they fight it very hard but I, know nothing. You do now I don't know new I don't know on the Supreme Court the President who's running as a pro life conservative wouldn't say if he wants Roe versus Wade overturned, it would be inappropriate. Just say right now while Biden, still refused to give a straight answer on whether he supports expanding the Supreme Court but he's promising one soon saying voters have a right. To know even as eighteen million, Americans have already cast their ballot. No matter what answer I gave you if I say it, that's the headline tomorrow. It won't be about what's going on. Now the improper way they're proceeding voters have a right to know where they do have a right to know they're standing I'll have a right to know where I stand before they vote. So you'll come out with a clear position before election. Yes. Depending on how they handle this both candidates also addressing issues of racism and how they plan to bring the country together I'll say it loud and a very proud of it. And I have a great relationship because what I've done with the African American community. I'm very proud of it. The president who refused to disavow white supremacy at the first debate grew visibly frustrated when asked why he hesitated to do so. Each every time but people can I'm sure they'll ask you the white supremacy question I denounce white supremacy. Tell you one thing if I'm elected president, you will not hear me race baiting. Dividing you trying to unify cedric humphry pushing Biden on whether he's taking the black vote for granted besides you ain't black. What do you have to say to young black voters who see voting for you as further participation in a system that continually fails to protect them if young black women and men vote, you can determine the outcome of this election not a joke. You can do that and the next question is at my worthy of your vote can i? Earn your vote then detailing policy proposals to help black Americans gain wealth the president again sowing doubt without evidence about the election's legitimacy own. FBI. Director says there is no evidence of widespread that he's not doing a very good job biden saying win-or-lose he'll keep working towards a more perfect union Mr. Vice, president, if you lose what will that say to you about where America is today well could say I'm a lousy candidate and I didn't do a good job. But I think. I, hope. That Doesn't say that we are as. Racially ethnically, and religiously at odds with one another as it appears. The president wants us to be analysis from ABC News Chief White. House correspondent Jonathan.
The next presidential debate will be virtual, but Trump says he won’t participate
"Plans are uncertain. At this point, Mary Bruce reports, the Biden and Trump campaign's have different views on the announcement that next week's debate would be virtual. The fate of future debates is up in the air. It started with a surprise announcement that next Thursday's presidential debate would be virtual. The commission, saying the decision was made to protect the health and safety of all involved. The Biden campaign was open to it, but Trump almost immediately shot it down. Trump's still battling the virus says a virtual forum is unnecessary. With no clear solution. Last night's vice presidential debate could be the last face off of this campaign.
VP debate in review
"Debate, the pandemic took center stage in Salt Lake City. Here's ABC. Is Mary Bruce. Right Out the gate. Kamala Harris, taking the Trump administration to task for its response to the American people have witnessed what is the greatest failure of any presidential administrator. Shin in the history of our country, Separated by Plexi Glass and sitting over 12 ft. Apart. The California senator accusing Vice President Mike Pence in the White House of keeping Americans in the dark, they knew what was happening and they didn't tell you They knew, and they covered it up pence pulling from the president's playbook, claiming a vaccine is right around the corner. We believe we'll have literally tens of millions of doses of vaccine before the end of this year, But experts say it likely won't be widely available until several months into next year. With the president battling the virus and the outbreak at the White House growing pence as to explain how did this happen that Rose Garden of them? Then hurry deal of speculation about it. Many of the people who were at that event citizen actually were tested for Corona virus. And it was an outdoor event which all of our scientists regularly and routinely advised, But there was no social distancing and very few masks, and he failed to mention that the celebration included an intimate indoor reception, instead saying Americans should be free to make their own decisions about how to protect themselves from the virus. The difference here is President Trump and I trust the American people to make choices in the best interest of their health. And with 12.6 million Americans out of work, the two sparring over which ticket has the best plan to bring back the economy and the truth, And the fact is Joe Biden has been very clear. He will not raise taxes on anybody who makes less than 400,000 here, feel the Trump taxpayers. Mr Vice president, speaking I'm speaking over and over again. Both candidates dodging questions, instead reverting back to talking points. Vice President Pence. Do you believe that climate change poses an existential threat? Fences in the climate is changing will follow the science. But the Trump Administration has repeatedly dismissed science on climate change and on healthcare. Harris, ripping into Pence for trying to dismantle Obama care with no replacement. If you have a preexisting condition. Heart disease, diabetes, breast cancer, They're coming for you. If you love someone who has a preexisting condition, Thank you. Pence said he and the president have a plan that would protect people with preexisting conditions, but wouldn't say what that plan is. Instead, he changed the subject, pushing Harris on whether abiding administration would pack the Supreme Court a question she wouldn't answer. Susan are voting right now. They'd like to know if you and Joe Biden are going Pac's the Supreme Court. If you don't get your way in this nomination, let's talk about once a month. Even non answer Joe Biden, despite their policy differences, the debate a stark contrast to the clash between President Trump and Joe Biden, the return of civility and I also want to congratulate you. As I did on that phone call on this sort of nature of your nomination, And there was another big question that the vice president refused to answer. What would he do if the president loses to Joe Biden and refuses to accept the election? Result? Pence, deflecting instead echoing Trump making baseless claims about male in voter fraud and declining to say if he would commit To a peaceful transition of power. ABC is Mary Bruce.
Vice Presidential Debate: Mike Pence and Kamala Harris Face Off In Salt Lake City
"Ly vice presidential debate happens tonight in Salt Lake City. Vice President Mike Pence, going head to head with Democratic Senator Kamala Harris. This debate has a new sense of urgency with the president's diagnosis. And with Joe Biden possibly set to become the nation's oldest president. Americans air looking to have some confidence and reassurance that the vice president can step in if needed, and already the Corona virus is front and center on tonight's debate stage. A bee sees Mary Bruce reporting.
"mary bruce" Discussed on KOMO
"Ticking down before the first debate between President Trump and Joe Biden, the president known for a confrontational style and his willingness to go low against any opponent. ABC is Mary Bruce tells us Joe Biden strategy is to remain focused on the people he's there deserve. We know he's eager to talk about the president's taxes and his business record. And in the midst of this pandemic, he's also likely to hammer issue of healthcare. And even though Biden has flatly labeled the president a liar Don't expect him here tonight. Spend a lot of time fact checking the president instead. We're told he wants to spend all of his time You're speaking directly to the American people. That's a bee sees Mary Bruce Disney laying off 28,000 employees due to prolonged Corona virus closures of his California based theme parks. The jobs will come from across its parks, experiences and consumer products divisions. Disney's head of parks, Josh, the Marios has approximately two thirds of the workers are part time employees. The company shares fell less than 2% of the closing bell on Wall Street today. History made at the B E T hit pop award nominations. And I can not play that all my computer froze so baby pulling up to the BT hip hop awards with the most nominations. 12, including making History is the first artist with two entries for album of the Year for Kirk and Blame it on Baby in the category is up against future Little Baby making The Stallion and Roddy Rich was the second most nods with 11 Show airs October 27th. And that baby sees Jason Nathan's heavy or two voices..
Trump and Biden prepare for first debate amid report on Trump tax records
"For President Trump and Joe Biden there. First of three debates is tonight in Cleveland and heads into tonight's debate with a 10 point lead in national polls. He's also up in several key battleground states like Pennsylvania, where our latest ABC News Washington Post poll out this morning shows biting up by nine points. Buying is also familiar with this setting. setting. He He has has done done 26 26 presidential presidential and and vice vice presidential presidential debates. debates. But But he he has has never never faced faced an an opponent opponent like like Donald Donald Trump. Trump. Correspondent Correspondent Mary Mary Bruce Bruce says says the the debate debate will will be be divided divided into into 6 6 15 minute segments topics they trump in Biden records. The Supreme Court, Corona virus, the economy, race and violence in US cities and the integrity of the election. Sure to come up are the reports in the New York Times revealing the tax returns that the president refused to release. Biden has spent days preparing for the debate. The president has not, He thanks formal preparation isn't necessary. Given the daily demands of the job campaign advisers did prepare flashcards for him with questions on one side and answers on the other. Lock it into 10
President Trump again refuses to commit to peaceful transition if he loses
"Lawmakers on Capitol Hill have unanimously passed a resolution. Committing to a peaceful transition of power. Should President Trump lose the election and refused to leave President Trump has not made the commitment to a peaceful transition. Trailing in several key battleground states and down by double digits in national polls, the president is casting doubt on a hallmark of American democracy. A free and fair election trump stoking unfounded fears about widespread mail in voting fraud. Tastelessly, claiming it's quote a whole big scam. But the president's own FBI director says he sees no evidence of that We have not seen historically. Any kind of coordinated national voter fraud effort in a major election. Whether it's by mail or otherwise. But Trump insists if he loses in November, it's because the system is rigged, and he is refusing to commit to a peaceful transition of power. Republicans are now scrambling to assure Americans they will respect the constitution but are largely silent on trumps merit list claims about mail in voting. People wonder about the peaceful transfer of power. I can assure you it will be peaceful. Democrats apoplectic You are not in North Korea. You are not in Turkey. You were in the United States of America. It is a democracy. Joe Biden has been warning that Trump might try to quote steal this election. His campaign says they won't let it happen without a fight, assembling a massive election protection program prepared to challenge any threats to the voting system in court, saying in a statement, they'll quote combat any attempt by Donald Trump to create fear and confusion with our voting system or interference. The Democratic process bite and the president are now both preparing for their first face off in next week's debate by didn't give us a little glimpse into his strategy. He says he knows the president is going to try to make this personal, saying Trump is going to want to quote get in the mosh pit that Biden says his plan is to try and rise above that focus on what he sees as Trump's failures and his own strength. That's a bee sees Mary Bruce.
Undercutting Scientists, Trump Says Tightening Covid-19 Vaccine Guidelines ‘Sounds Like a Political Move’
"Tonight President Trump is now threatening to overrule the FDA if he doesn't approve of the FDA's tougher guidelines potential vaccine Dr Anthony Fauci saying tonight I would back scientists and now the state's this evening where they say they'll have their own review of the vaccine. Here's Mary Bruce. After Touting Corona virus vaccine by election day president trump is now threatening to reject stricter safety standards that could slow down. It's release once again, undermining his own help officials. We're looking at that that has to be approved by the white has we may or may not approve it That sounds like a political move tonight, four vaccines are in their final trials, but new rules from the FDA would reportedly require drug makers to monitor trial volunteers for an additional two months. Dr Anthony Fauci coming to the FDA's defense they look at it and say, we really feel strongly we should go this way I would back the scientists. We'd have to do that as a scientist Xiaojie said they may not need the additional monitoring if the vaccine is overwhelmingly effective but stressed if they go ahead with, it is only to ensure the safety of the vaccine to get rid of. Completely, any further waiting for safety I think most scientists would say, no, you really gotta be careful the FDA declined to comment on the president's threat, but just hours earlier testifying on Capitol Hill. The FDA. Commissioner was adamant they are being guided by science not politics are thorough review processes and science will guide our decisions. FDA will not permit any pressure from anyone to change that vaccine could be authorized as soon as next month, but it is not expected to be widely distributed until next spring with concerns that the White House is increasingly injecting politics into the pandemic response New York today announced it's going to conduct its own review of any vaccine. Frankly, I'm not going to trust the federal government's opinion. And I wouldn't recommend New Yorkers based on the federal government's opinion tonight at least five other states in Washington. DC have also said they would conduct their own evaluations before distributing a vaccine with two hundred and two thousand. Americans. Now, dead officials are predicting up to twenty three thousand more dead by mid October, and now we're learning about a large study out of Houston, that is. Not. Peer reviewed saying the virus mutated and could be more contagious. But so far there's no evidence it's more deadly, potentially a more contagious strain. But as you point out no evidence that it's more deadly in Mary Bruce amid all this talk, these latest headlines The president is threatening to overrule the FDA stricter guidelines in a vaccine and Americans are growing increasingly skeptical about all
Amy Coney Barrett Seen Leading Short-List for Trump Court Pick
"Trump has reportedly been thinking about getting Ginsberg's potential replacement for some time, a source close to the president telling CNN that Mr Trump has been quote salivating to nominate a replacement for her. Correspondent Mary Bruce has more on the president's potential nominees. Sources tell us that the president does have a very short list and the federal appeals Court Judge Amy Cockney, Barrett is seen as a leading contender. She is someone that the White House has explored in the past and a favorite of religious conservatives the key sector of the president's base. For now, though, the White House says they are focused. Simply on honoring Ginsberg's legacy. But the president has made very clear in the past. He is likely to move very quickly to try and fill this vacancy.
Trump says "I don't think science knows" about climate
"The West Coast wildfires on global warming that President Trump blames poor forest management. More on that from ABC is Mary Bruce. In between campaign stops President Trump touching down in scorched California, addressing the raging fires, which he has been slow to comment on publicly. Dismissing climate change the president, instead blaming dry dead wood piled up on the forest floor. This is one of the biggest burns we've ever seen way have to do a lot about Forest management. California just saw its hottest August on record over 3.2 million acres have burned just this year, nearly 27 times more than last year. Governor Gavin Newsom today urging the president to face the facts. The science in and observed evidence itself evident that climate change is real. But Trump has aggressively rolled back policies intended to counter climate change. And minutes after the governor spoke, California's secretary of natural resource is pleaded with the president to accept reality. Instead, Trump mocked the established science. If we ignore that science and sort of put our head in the sand and think it's all about vegetation management, we're not going to succeed together protecting Californians. It'll start getting cooler.
Trump and Biden pause campaigning to honor 9/11 victims
"As this nation marks nine eleven, it is hard to believe it's been nineteen years now president trump and Joe. Biden. Putting the campaign aside to pay tribute president trump and the first lady observing a moment of silence on air. Force One on their way to the flight ninety three. National Memorial in Shanksville Pennsylvania. Joe Biden and his wife Jill at the nine eleven memorial here in New, York by greeting Vice President Mike Pence both in masks touching elbows another reminder of somber anniversary playing out in another extraordinary time for this country. Here's ABC's Mary Bruce. Tonight. As the nation marks nineteen years since nine eleven and the nearly three thousand lives lost, it does. So during another national emergency, a pandemic, nearly two, hundred, thousand Americans now dead and in the middle of a consequential presidential election millions of Americans out of work today president trump and his opponent Joe Biden aware of the gravity of this day mourned deeply for the nearly three thousand precious and beautiful souls who were taken from us. Today. Talk about other during. Nine eleven. Advertising down. Solemn Day I Ground Zero Joe Biden meeting with victims families. Consoling this mother who lost her son? T and crossing paths with Vice President Mike Pence, the rivals bumping elbows in greeting both wearing masks at the same time president trump on his way to Shanksville Pennsylvania pausing on Air Force One for a moment of silence on the ground. He honored the passengers who bravely fought back on hijacked flight ninety three or sacred task. A righteous duty and our solemn pledge is to carry forward the noble legacy of the brave souls who gave their lives for us nineteen years ago as trump headed back to Washington Biden was arriving in Shanksville laying a wreath at the memorial and meeting with family members of those killed. In stopping by the local volunteer fire department. Politics muted today but here in Pennsylvania still in the background, the signs visible as we drove through this key battleground state one chinks resident with this. UNMISSABLE. Welcome for the President and by late afternoon trump himself was back on twitter attacking Democrats.
Whistleblower accuses Trump appointees of downplaying Russian interference
"We could have more whistleblower hearings in Washington weeks before the election. ABC is Mary Bruce. Tells us that a former top intelligence official says that Trump officials told him to downplay Russian interference in the 2020 campaign. Brian Murphy says he was told to stop producing intelligence reports on Russian interference in the 2020 election, in part because it quote made the president look bad. Now we know from US intelligence that Russia is trying to spread misinformation to try and boost the president's reelection chances, but Murphy says he was told to stand down on reporting the Russian threat. He says the order It came directly from the acting D. H s secretary Chad Wolf, and he was told to quote specifically originated from the
Joe Biden, Kamala Harris First Joint Interview
"World News Tonight Anchor David Muir and Good Morning America Co anchor Robin Roberts. Joe Biden laid out the stakes in this election, blaming President Trump for the severity of the Corona virus crisis. Do you blame President Trump for lives lost? I don't blame him for the current crisis. I blame him for wrecking wave. Not dealing with solutions. He hasn't listened to the scientist. And while Trump has attacked by then for campaigning from home, Biden says Trump's push for large scale in person events is dangerous, even deadly. Look what happens. What what's happened with his his events. People die. People get together. They don't wear masks. They end up getting cove. They end up dying with his running mate by his side. Kamala Harris asked about that pivotal moment at the Democratic debate when she took bite into task for his record on race. A lot of people cannot let that go the way you challenged him. So how did you go from there to here? I want Joe Biden to be the next president of the United States. I believe in Joe Biden. I believe in his perspective, and frankly, I think that's that conversation is a distraction from what we need to accomplish right now and what we need to do. Harris was also pressed on Biden's shocking comment this spring. That left critics saying he's taking the black vote for granted. If you have a problem figuring out what your Sameer Trump You a black, so when you have a running mate Makes a comment like you ain't black and lead some people to say just doesn't get it. Have you been able to speak truth to him about that? Listen, when Joe and I talked about and have talked about, frankly, over the years, But in connection with this race about Miss State of Black America, he has a deep sense of awareness and knowledge about racial disparities, inequities and systematic racism. Pushing back against Trump's attacks. Biden promised no new taxes on the middle class, so no new taxes $400,000 down. There would be no need for any Guidon, who has come under attack for his age, also shot down any suggestion that he limit himself to just one term. You're leaving open the possibility you'll serve eight years now. Looking ahead. Biden and Harris both say they are already preparing for their debates. Biden, saying he could hardly wait to take on trumpets. ABC News correspondent Mary Bruce reporting Come on news time 8 21. It's time to get to our propel insurance. Money updates so WalMart is filing a trademark application ahead of its upcoming
Biden announces Kamala Harris as VP selection
"This week the coronavirus pandemic took a momentary back seat as a nation discussed Joe Biden's big decision who will be his running mate after months of speculation and debate that decision was made on Tuesday with the Democratic National Convention just around the Corner ABC's Mary Bruce in Washington with more on the Democratic ticket after months of speculation Joe Biden over a video chat asking Senator Comma Harris to join the historic ticket first all the answer. Yes. I am ready to do this with you for you. I just just deeply honored. Very. Biden. Then breaking the news in a tweet celebrating his former rival as a fearless fighter for the little guy and one of the country's finest public servants Harris responding saying Joe Biden can unify the American people because he's spent his life fighting for us. I'm honored to join him as our party's nominee for vice president. Harris is now the first black woman and the first Asian American on a major party ticket and only the third woman to be chosen for vice. President I believe in Joe. You know one of the things that is so reflective of his personality is when he says there is room for everyone. Biden has said he was looking for someone to be his Joe Biden to have a relationship like the one he had with former president Obama President Obama declaring Joe Biden nailed this decision by choosing Senator Kamala Harris's America's next vice president. He's underscored his own judgment and character this morning. The other finalists are praising the pick former UN ambassador Susan, Rice Calling Harris tenacious, and trail-blazing leader. Senator Elizabeth Warren saying she is an inspiration to millions of women who see themselves in her and from. Congresswoman Val demings powerful reflection saying to see a black woman nominated for the first time reaffirms my faith that in America there's a place for every person to succeed no matter who they are or where they come from, but it wasn't long ago. That Harris was Biden's fierce opponent at the first primary debate. She took Biden into task for working with segregationist senators to oppose school busing policies in the nineteen seventies. Harris. Later reportedly said that was all politics, Biden clearly willing to look past. It two weeks ago assign of what was to come photographers catching a glimpse of Biden's notes at a press conference. The first talking point about Harris reading quote do not hold
Biden Assails Trump for 'Bald-Faced Lies' About Voting by Mail
"Mate Kamala Harris also say the pandemic will require more people to vote by mail, accusing President of suppressing the vote. President Trump without Evidence has alleged mass vote by mail could lead to fraud president who himself has voted by mail in the past does seem to be willing to negotiate here, and the Postal Service says it does have the ability to handle and tackle a surge in mail in ballots. The question and the real concern is whether there will be any delays, and that is what additional funding Could help prevent a bee sees Mary Bruce. The White House
Body of John Lewis crosses bridge in Alabama, site of 'Bloody Sunday' attack that helped lead to Voting Rights Act
"John Lewis continue. His body in a flag draped casket is headed in a hearse to Montgomery, Alabama, to pass the Rosa Parks, Museum and other landmarks. The publican walk past Lewis's casket later today at the state Capitol building. This. After Lewis is final crossing of the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, were in the sixties. He and other civil rights marchers were beaten by police. ABC is Mary Bruce and Selma. Edmund Pettus was a leader of the cake. And they say that the bridge does not represent now the symbol of civil rights. So the calls are growing for this bridge to be renamed John Lewis, the name that they believe reflects Legacy and the life and the future in the direction of the country is headed and Oscar winner Olivia have.
President Trump resumes coronavirus briefings
"This week with four million Corona virus cases in some states struggling to keep up with hospitalizations. President Trump resumed those press room updates. ABC is Mary Bruce has more from Washington. After downplaying the virus for weeks, the president came before cameras with a blunt assessment. It will probably, unfortunately, get worse before it gets better. Something I don't like saying about things, but that's the way it is. It's the way it's what we have. You look over the world. It's all over the world. The change in tone comes as Trump's advisors are warning him. He'll likely lose the election in November. Unless he can convince voters he's taking the virus seriously. It's been reported. Why the president's staff At the president's quote, not really working this anymore. He doesn't want to be distracted by I'd want to be distracted by Quit on you. Quit on this country as the death toll climbs and infection rates reach record highs on Lee now is Trump urging Americans to do what he himself has been seemingly reluctant to do. Wear a mask. I carried the mask when I have to go buy went into Walter Reed Hospital the other day. I have the mask right here carried and I will use it gladly. No problem with it. But Trump has only worn a mask publicly once he tweeted a photo of it earlier this week, but hours later was seen at his Washington hotel without a mask. Trump was asked about the continued mixed messaging. I have no problem with the masks. I view it this way. Anything that potentially can help and that certainly could potentially help. It is a good thing. I have no problem. I carry it. I wear our Giancarlo pressing the president on why testing is falling short and what he plans to do about it. You think we have a problem with testing Thiss culture right now. Are you in favor of more money for testing? We've done more testing by far than anybody some of the test because it is massive volume it takes longer. Others of the test is, you know very quick there five minutes and 15 minute test. Those numbers will be coming down. I agree. I think it's a good thing if we could do it for more money for testing if the doctors and the professionals field Dad. Even though we're at a level that nobody ever dreamt possible that they would like to do more. I'm okay
Weekly Unemployment Claims Rose to 1.4 Million in U.S.
"From the pen. Dammit got worse this week, we'll be found out how many more Americans need help after being laid off. ABC Congressional correspondent Mary Bruce 1.4 million Americans applied for unemployment last week. That's higher than expected, and it comes as 25 million Americans have been receiving this extra $600 a week check. That lifeline is about to end this weekend unless Washington can act maybe sees Karen Travers has Maurine the stimulus bill they're expected to act upon expect to be unveiled soon. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said Thursday that unemployment insurance benefits will not continue in their current form. He says they'll be adjusted. We're not gonna pay people, Mohr To stay home than to work. So we're looking at something that looks like a 70% wage replacement and we're working on the mechanics about Democrats are pushing to continue these payments, while Republicans are looking to bring down the total to about $400 per week. Aaron Travers,
"mary bruce" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"No audience ABC's Mary Bruce has more on the viruses impact on Sunday night's debate coronavirus is completely up ended the campaign trail really grinding it to a halt and you saw that from the very first moment of this debate rage Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders taking the stage with an elbow bump no handshake no live audience either and it was corona virus and the response to the dominated the entire evening and what really was more of a conversation it felt a lot of times than a debate but there was some big news to come out of the debate former vice president Joe Biden the former like to present my my cabinet my can ministration will look like the country and I commit that I will in fact appoint a I'm take a woman to be vice president of Bernie Sanders it's not just nominating of a woman it is making sure that we have a progressive women and their all progressive women out there so my very strong tendency is to move in that direction debate on CNN from Washington without a studio audience and podiums farther apart for coronavirus social distancing chucks Iverson ABC news in Italy more are dying and being left to die one week into the nation wide lockdown and the coal to stay home the numbers of Italians infected from corona virus continues to rise now close to twenty five thousand health workers nurses and doctors infected R. seven hundred hospitals lack beds and ventilators and cannot cope with the growing number of sick they are having to choose who to treat the death toll has surpassed eighteen hundred CBS's Sabina castle Franco reporting from Rome the Vatican cancels public Easter celebrations the Vatican has announced pope Francis will not lead to any public celebrations for Easter due to the.
"mary bruce" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Air force straight from the source under subpoena former special counsel robert muller will testify before congress july seventeenth and open joint meeting of the house judiciary and intelligence committees it stands the possibly affect the push for impeaching president trump he comes to impeach democrats all along have said they need to things they need by partisan support in public bryant part of building that support it is publicly airing the findings of the miller report now they will have a chance to do that and it'll be coming from muller a._b._c.'s mary bruce in washington south korean president moon jae in says north korea in the u._s. or holding behind the scenes talks to arrange of third summit between president trump and kim jong hoon a congressional showdown is looming over a humanitarian aid package without of migrant families and unaccompanied children detained by the u._s. the house passed a four and a half billion dollar package tuesday night it now heads to the senate which is likely to make changes richard cantu a._b._c. news ketu weather brought to you by standard t._v. and appliance well we are starting to see an active weather pattern because of an upper level low that's pushing into the region so that means afternoon showers and thunderstorms some of which could be heavy and even see some lightning strikes out there like we did on tuesday but more frequent where wednesday and thursday i'm very low experience on your side watch meteorologist run to shelby on k._o._a. news this morning coin ever you want it all you have to do is alexa play ninety k. acts on iheartradio finally thanks for asking you're listening to coast to coast a._m. with george noory and of course next hour will start taking calls with mister william henry as we talk about his incredible work as an investigative mythologised about incredible paranormal date dot com approaching eighty six thousand members you would think people would be getting married by leaps and bounds while some of them are actually they're having fun but we're four hundred shy of that eighty six eighty six thousand members of sign up it's free at paranormal date dot com paranormal date dot com looking for ways to preserve youth and look spectacular give this a try are things about the face that so many adults complain about as the age namely bags under the is horse crow's-feet fine lines and.
"mary bruce" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Mary Bruce on Capitol Hill, at least ten people have died after a fast moving apartment, building fire overnight in Paris officials there have one woman in custody, she suspected of arson more protests expected this morning Virginia's capital calling for governor. Ralph Northam to resign after that racist picture from his old medical school yearbook. Resurfaced I'm Sherry Preston. ABC news. The time right now is five forty four at NewsRadio KF became more of our top stories. President Trump state of the union is tonight and immediately following the address there will be a rebuttal in both English and Spanish heavier, Sarah is the state's first Latino attorney general to deliver the Spanish version of the response to tonight's state of the union speech will broadcast from Sarah's alma mater, c k McClatchy high school where he'll be joined by students and their families. Bezerra grew up here in the states capitol. The son of immigrants K PK will air the president's speech at six PM nicked off this News Radio K PK. The high cost of living in California, maybe turning people off from moving to the Golden State recent numbers from the census bureau show, the state's population growth has fallen to its lowest level since two thousand one as of last July. There was a zero point four percent increase of new residents. That's about one hundred fifty eight thousand people many western states like Utah, Nevada. Arizona have seen their populations rise as former California residents look for better opportunities to buy a home or start a business. If you drive through some parts of the north state during rainy season, there seems to be a lot more standing water and flooded roadways than ever before. That's apparently because the ground is sinking. The department of water resources says groundwater pumping and droughts over the last decade have caused parts of Kaluga, Glenn Sutter and yellow counties to sink insider county. Over five monuments showed elevation changes between minus point two feet, minus point three six feet. DWI? Geological engineer Chris bonds tells us the most notable was a monument near our buckle which sunk over two feet. The problem is worse though in yellow county, the Sacramento valley show, no real significant change. Interesting health news bacteria in the gut may impact our mental wellbeing and could be linked to depression. Scientists in Belgium have identified a wide range of gut bacteria that produce chemicals that impact the brain, including micro-organisms linked to mental health. Researchers examined about one thousand people and they found two types of bacteria that we're constantly depleted in those who suffer depression, even if those patients were on antidepressants, the findings were published in the journal nature microbiology. Time now is five forty six. I'm Christina Madonna's along with Dan, Mitch Johnson. A Sacramento's news, traffic and weather continues. Here's Brian Noble's with our traffic trouble-spots, we've solo vehicle accident blocking the left lane. Eastbound I eighty up in offering. We'll take a look at the latest there in the freeways around Sacramento to coming up at five fifty by the way, if you see snow where you are. We wanna know as well. Just hit fifty on your cell phone the keyword open mic. We'll.
"mary bruce" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Amendment guaranteeing women the right to vote the amendment was approved by congress one hundred years ago and became law in nineteen twenty Colorado. Lieutenant governor Donald Lynn is a member of the women's vote centennial commission. She says women have come a long way in the last century Americans elected a record number of women in two thousand eighteen has senators governors and members of congress Colorado granted women voting rights in eighteen ninety three. Meantime, the partial government shutdown continues and new house speaker Nancy Pelosi, wastes, no time in challenging President Trump to end the standoff ABC's Mary Bruce was on Capitol Hill overnight Pelosi made clear she's taking on President Trump Democrats in the house passing a plan to reopen the government, but it does not give the president the five point six. Billion dollars. He's demanding for his wall to wall. Does he have any doubt that we're not doing a wall with the shutdown now in its fourteenth day? The president is not backing down taking to Instagram to declare the wall is coming. And sports news. It's ten forty one. The Celtics leaned on Gordon Hayward to win the opener of their four game homestand. But he wasn't the only one WBZ's. Adam Kaufman has more on another Boston player who stepped up Terry Rozier thrived as starter after all star Kyrie Irving season ending injury last year. So it's really no surprise. He's taken advantage. Those limited opportunities again this season in three starts including Wednesday's win over the timber wolves the guard is.
"mary bruce" Discussed on KSRO
"Brad Kavanagh ABC's Mary Bruce says critics have problems with the way it was handled to people who weren't interviewed judge Cavanaugh himself or Dr Christine Blasi Ford. Feinstein says that raises serious concerns declaring it's not a credible investigation without them. But the White House says they had their chance at the Senate Judiciary committee hearing last week one of Kavanagh's high school friends. Suzanne matter tells ABC news, he has a conscious there any even. Inkling of any of these allegations or his character was true, John? He's not going to do that. Because he is a kind. Honorable good person. A key procedural vote is set for tomorrow. One police officer is dead. Six more hurt after a shooting at Florence South Carolina ABC's Victor oquendo says the suspect opened fire when they tried to serve a search warrant the suspect barricaded himself inside along with children for more than two hours more than one hundred officers responded eventually that suspects, surrendered after speaking with the negotiator. That suspect is now in custody. Chicago jury is on the verge of getting the case of a police officer accused in the killing of an African American teenager wants the closing arguments conclude Thursday, the case will go to a jury. They'll pour over three weeks of testimony and evidence it's unclear how long it will take jurors to reach a verdict community activists, including Reverend Jesse Jackson say they won't settle for anything less than a conviction. That must be a price paid. This kind of behavior. Father Michael Pfleger is calling for an economic boycott of the city. If officer Jason Van Dyke is not convicted Chicago police are ramping up deployments for possible. Demonstrations, Ryan burrow, ABC news. Chicago police in Tennessee, you say they think a man wanted for two murders is hiding somewhere north of Nashville Kirby Wallace has been on the run for several days. You're listening to ABC news from.
"mary bruce" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Well come on that's mary bruce and we thank abc news four that clip don blankenship is not the only guy that we're looking at in these primaries today republican see these key races today as their best chance to grow their senate majority they're looking to nominate republican candidates in these red states that voted for donald trump where there are currently democratic incumbents keep a very close eye on ohio and indiana where you see the republican candidates scrambling to out trump each other in fact in indiana one of the republican candidates has been carrying around a cardboard cutout of the president just to see who is more close to the president than anybody else that's mary bruce of abc news and boy do we think abc news for that and there's already a projected winner in indiana i'm not making this up it's mike pence's brother did you know that the vice president illegal and illegitimate though he he is he has a brother did you know that i don't know well anyway mike pray look cnncom cnn dot com is saying that mike pence's brother is the republican party nominee for the us senate to take on the democratic senator from indiana yes there's a democrat senator in indiana his name is joe donnelly he's like joe manchin he's a conservative damn but joe donnelly in indiana the first term democratic senator he got elected because the guy he was running against named richard murdoch dot m o you are you wanna look them up m o u r d o c k richard murdoch was the guy who answered a question during the campaign last time six years ago saying even in those terrible circumstances of rape it's god's will that the woman carry the baby right as soon as he said that that women should be forced to carry the baby of their rapists us as he said that it was obvious to you even in indiana stand the people weren't going to go for that so job oh dolly the democrat won that election because richard murdoch was a blithering idiot and the.
"mary bruce" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"In denver now on colorado's morning news it is decision day at the white house president trump will announce his decision on the iran nuclear deal this afternoon he's been extremely critical of the agreement and could pull the us out of the multination accord it also is one that the white house has been critical love from the start especially towards former secretary of state john kerry i don't think that we would take advice from somebody who created what the president seems to be one of the worst deals ever made there are reports that carries working behind the scenes to try to salvage the deal the president said the us does not need see john kerry's possibly illegal shadow diplomacy and of quote trump argued that the deal was very badly negotiated by the former secretary of state high stakes primaries today in indiana north carolina ohio and west virginia in west virginia controversial republican senate candidate don blankenship does not have president trump's support the gop senate candidate is so controversial that his own party is telling voters not to support him i'm despicable or moron or a big president trump is comparing don blankenship to the failed alabama senate candidate roy moore tweeting blankenship can't win the general election in your state no way remember alabama that's abc's mary bruce reporting with just two days left to go in this year's legislative session key transportation bill is gaining traction at the state capital i think we may have come to something pretty close here that we we can come together on and our roads fix at senate president kevin grantham the bill provides one time expenditures for transportation four hundred ninety five million dollars this fiscal year and one hundred fifty million for the following year at also sets aside fifty million each year for the next twenty years from the general fund in two thousand nineteen voters could be asked to support two point four billion dollars in bonding for transportation needs the compromise bill was given preliminary approval in the state house last night a bill to take guns from the hands of those suffering a mental crisis is off the table at the state legislature koa newsradio joining us live with the latest on that and the president and ceo of mental health colorado andrew romanoff believes the bill could have saved lives disappointing you know the law enforcement leaders the.
"mary bruce" Discussed on KOMO
"The us election but says it had no impact abc's karen travers reports from the white house president trump plan further than he has before when it comes to the question of russian interference in the 2016 election the russians had no impact on our votes whatsoever uh but certainly there was meddling and probably there was meddling from other countries and maybe other individuals president says he's not worried that russia will try to do the same in the upcoming midterm elections because the us will quote counteract whatever they do but he didn't expand on that with any details karen travers abc news the white house the two thousand eighteen midterm elections are shaping up to be among the most hotly contested in history with more americans getting involved than ever before as abc senior congressional correspondent mary bruce reports the election season officially kicks off in texas and it looks like the future is his female judy can always still gets emotional thinking about the moment of friend made her realise now was her time to run for congress so i thought i'm going to go for it i'm going to go for it and here jordan spieth she's part of their paying wave rolling through the heart of texas we came here to meet first time congressional candidates from both parties they join roughly fifty other women facing off on the ballot that kickoff of the 2018 midterms coast to coast more than four hundred women are running for congress fats double the number that ran in 2016 with president trump's approval rating hovering around forty percent texas is a key test for the democrats one of the critical issues driving these women immigration democrat gino ortiz jones third a lot more that we could be investing in in this district in this country right i mean i'd rather be investing and smart healthy kids not a smart wall she could be the first iraq war vet the first lesbian and the first filipinoamerican it to represent texas as a first generation american what do you make of some of the.
"mary bruce" Discussed on WCHS
"Crude comments made by president trump in the oval office thursday during the ongoing struggle to find an agreed upon integration planned the president made a reference to excrement while describing haiti and some african countries earlier thursday senate negotiators thought they had reached an agreement it's a stunning sat back to the dreamer talks the president said he would sign whatever lawmakers could agree to that he made clear lee has one firm condition we need the wall we have to have the for security purposes there is a provision in the new agreement to deliver on some kind of a wall in a form of beefed up border security but that no longer seems to be the president's main objection that's abc's mary bruce reporting and president trump confirms he's cancelled next month's trip to london because it doesn't wanna cut the ribbon to open the new us embassy there the president in a tweet blame the obama admitted racean calling it a bad real estate deal that will be those that say that this is a president sort of clutching at straws if you like trying to find excuses for not making a state visit or indeed any visit because the visit that was planned was not due to be anything more than a working visit the concerns over the state visit had being that there may be protests donald trump it's been suggested didn't want to come to the uk if that was going to be the case tom rayner with abc news partners sky news london or people in montesino california been told they must leave their homes after this week's deadly mudslides which have killed at least seventeen the mandatory evacuation zone in montesino is growing santa barbara county sheriff bill brown says they need to empty out streets to bring in heavy equipment to search for victims and removed debris it's important that we give our crews the ability to get in there and act these areas and do what they need to do without interference the army corps of engineers.
"mary bruce" Discussed on WLOB
"Mary bruce nelson with dow down you know i think they're baby a mad rush on you halls all over new york city where people realize how much so it how much more they're going to be paying taxes as a result of not the tax reform bill but the fact that they live in a high tax state unbelievable by the way the republican party they put together a a website and they're telling us that a family of four making seventy five thousand dollars a year you're gonna get about two thousand bucks more and near a bank account every year thanks to a president trump and the republicans as were the rest of us here new york city well we're trying to figure out what what the future is going to look like bourassa my my tax guy says i'm going to be paying about five grand more and he suggested moving back home to tennessee and that got me to think and well what may babloo yadav think about relocating the show somewhere else i let's go to the let's go to the phones of michael's listening to us the north carolina michael welcome to the program appreciate it thank you for having me uh yeah just wanted to weigh in on that uh i'm originally born and raised in new york uh from patrick my foot in our suffolk county long island my property taxes over there i was paying with sixteen thousand dollars plus i come down here to north carolina to pay now uh only three thousand so that's a huge huge difference yet.
"mary bruce" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Newsradio wtmj milwaukee at eleven o'clock it's twenty one degrees tonight increasing clouds and cold with some flurries a low of seventeen from the wtmj breaking news center i'm berry nelson republicans had been hoping to advance a tax reform bill this week but that's been pushed back to at least monday as some republican senators start to balk at the bill more at the cam more at the capitol from abc news senior congressional correspondent mary bruce senator marco rubio tells us he's a no unless the bill includes a larger expansion of the child tax credit unless they can figure out a way to add to the 1100 figure i won't support the bill senate republicans can only afford to lose two votes than senator bob corker is also expected to be a no concerned about projections it could add one point five trillion dollars to the deficit and at least two other senator mike lee and senator jeff flake are also undecided mary bruce abc news capitol hill milwaukee police a we'll be implementing new changes in order to help stop the opioid epidemic chief ed flynn is come and combining members from his narcotics and intelligence teams to create the an npd overdose taskforce their fulltime job going to be to identify the suppliers in overdose deaths now we're enforcement focused looking to prosecute dealers not users so far this year three hundred and fifty seven people have died from overdose deaths in milwaukee county album police say they arrested the man for his 12th drunken driving offence the fifty three year old green bay man was booked in the out a game county jail earlier today the man pleaded no contest to his eleventh drunk driving offence in two thousand twelve and was sentenced to four and a half years in prison he was released.
"mary bruce" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"To the wealthy abc's mary bruce is reporting kentucky representative dead judge accused of sexually assaulting a teenage girl as committed suicide wednesday evening johnson held a news coverage tuesday at item seemed to attack his accusers character aluminum blast this girl i have compassion for her uh on on on on very sorrowful the she's in this dark place alive johnson left behind along posed on his facebook page denying the allegations than jumped off a bridge the kentucky senator for investigative reporting says court documents alleged johnson forced himself on a 17yearold girl in 2012 and a living area of our church where johnson was pastor you're listening to abc news koa newsradio time is 1202 owed shale slowly but surely some snow is hitting the ground across the area right now may have quite a bit of dry air though to work crew for so we're seeing a lot of report from people along a urban corridors thing that yes the snow has been hitting the ground the national weather service's lisa creator and says there are also looking at the iit's observation station to see if we can end the streak of sixty six days without snow so far only a trace has fallen considered could be measurable now so the street is still on right now were expected to get one to two inches of snow throughout the metro with a higher amounts in the foothills the high country could get anywhere from two to six inches of snow the former under seraphin lake county enters court with a jail suit not eight tailored suit wednesday morning fernando mendoza was indicted on two counts of official misconduct embezzlement and sexcrimes involving a minor one of the felonies is very aggravating attempt to commit efforts to reactivated incest which does carried the potential of a life sentence assistant district attorney johnny lombardy debt speaking with cbs 4 last month the da's office announced it was investigating a complaint made in october about sexual harassment within the lake county sheriff's office a few weeks later mendoza was fired after prosecutors confirmed he was being investigated a wounded deputy got a special sendoff.
"mary bruce" Discussed on WCHS
"Mandate here's abc's mary bruce on capitol hill resolve the math problem for senate republicans it could save more than three hundred billion dollars over the next decade but it's also projected to leave thirteen million more americans uninsured by 2020 seven republicans have tried to get rid of the mandate before and failed but president trump wants to give this another go tweeting how about ending the unfair and highly unpopular individual mandate in obamacare and reducing taxes even further his spokesperson for us senator shelley moore capito so she supports the in other news the shooting deaths of four people in northern california at the hands of a gunman on a rampage are being called random abc's josh haskell was there gunman identified with a local district attorney is 43yearold kevin janssen neil he was shot and killed by sheriff's deputies bullet holes visible on two vehicles authorities say the shooter had been feuding with his neighbours who were targetted tuesday morning the shooter was facing charges of assault and one of the neighbors had placed a restraining order against him investigators say the gunman tried to get into a local school that could not because it was locked down when gunshots were heard in the area federal safety investigators now blaming a deadly amtrak crash in pennsylvania on what they are calling a week safety culture in april 2016 an amtrak train going a hundred miles an hour hit a backhoe on a track that was supposed to be closed for repair the train derailed thirty nine passengers suffered injuries to veteran employees were killed.
"mary bruce" Discussed on WGN Radio
"News sponsored by lindemann chimney company 900 to here's rob that his cloudy and forty eight at o'hare charges are pending against two suspects arrested after a carjacking and police chase that ended in a crash on the eisenhower expressway park the two abandoned the car and ran off but they were caught and arrested a few blocks away kathy vellon's well uh nearby kgb here and now nothing no one was injured there have been fifteen carjackings across the city over the last two days those two adults are in custody the police superintendent eddie johnson says juvenile's may have been involved as well the push for tax reform now linked to the fight over health care senate majority leader mitch mcconnell saying today that getting rid of the affordable care act requirement that people have insurance coverage or face the penalty he says getting rid of that individual mandate could help lower and middle income families saves the money abc's mary bruce is on capitol hill the move solve them math problem for senate republicans it could face more than three hundred billion dollars over the next decade but it's also projected to leave thirteen million more americans uninsured by 2020 seven republicans have tried to get rid of the mandate before and failed but president trump wants to give this another go tweeting how about ending the unfair and highly unpopular individual mandate in obamacare and reducing taxes even further that's abc's mary bruce reporting for ucla basketball players detained in china on suspicion of shoplifting won't be punished by the pac 12 conference although ucla is considering potential discipline as a result of the incident freshman low angelo ball jaylen hill and cody riley arrived in los angeles after a 12hour flight from shanghai ucla chancellor gene blocks says the school is weighing its options in the incident attorney general jeff sessions had trouble remembering trump campaign's discussions about its dealings with russia during the two thousand sixteen election sessions denies that he ever lied to congress about those contacts but he blames the chaos of the race four fogging his recollections session says he can't be expected to remember encounters for more than a year ago and it's wonderful life for a berlin barowner their pop up christmas concept is so popular it sold out before thanksgiving police say drinks and get drunk remember next bar in the movie it's a.
"mary bruce" Discussed on Perspective
"Given a second chance time from your home to his family his brands the board didn't take long to reach its decision only about a half an hour coming out saying oh j simpson will be a free man this falls twer simpson i do the to grant parole when eligible and that will conclude this hearing clearly relieved simpson baudis had pumped his fist in said oh god owen thank you thank you thank you mr cried in the courtroom under terms of his probation simpson can move to florida which he says he wants to do he can drink alcohol but not to excess he cannot use illegal drugs marijuana included and he can not possess any weapons his attorney outside the prison entrance was obviously a very emotional time in mississippi and obviously he was a little bit emotional as well and even i got a little bit emotional epithelium because his prison is in such a remote area inmates are rarely released here because they have nowhere to go which expected before october simpson will be transferred mike lee without us knowing right away to a prison somewhere near reno or las vegas for his eventual release for perspective i'm alex stone abc news in lovelock nevada this week we learned arizona senator john mccain is battling brain cancer doctors discovered a tumor after mccain underwent surgery to remove a bloodclot above his left eye abc's mary bruce with more from the capital a giant of the senate is battling brain cancer senator john mccain is recovering at home in arizona after having surgery to remove a bloodclot above his left eye further tests his doctors say revealed a tumor which was removed his office says the senator and his family are currently reviewing treatment options including radiation and chemotherapy.
"mary bruce" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"We move on tonight to capitol hill now and to sobering testimony today from the department of homeland security confirming that the russians did target state voting networks in twenty one states during the election but what is still unclear tonight is if the president agrees with his own department of homeland security abc's mary bruce on the hill force again tonight just how far did russia go to meddle in the us election on capitol hill today one of the nation's top cybersecurity officials who did a stark picture internetconnected electionrelated networks in twenty one states were potentially targeted by russian government cyber actors but they were not able to change or tamper with any votes a small number of systems were sentenced unsuccessfully exploited as those somebody had rattled the doorknob was unable to get in so to speak on the other side of the capital the former homeland security chief said there are no doubts russia's president vladimir putin was behind the attacks in two thousand sixteen the russian government at the direction of ladimir putin himself orchestrated cyber attacks on our nation for the purpose of influencing our election that is a fact plain and simple but just yesterday the white house couldn't say where the president stands just very plainly a yes or no answered as president trump believe that the russian government interfered in the sixteen elections i i think i have not sat down and talk to him about that specific thing obviously we've been dealing with a lot of other issues said abby lighter touch based art so let's get to marry bruce live on the hill tonight forests and while we have you here mary was last night we heard you press the republican leader in the senate when we'll americans see this bill their proposal to repeal and replace obamacare which the time line.