35 Burst results for "More Than 600,000"

Al Gore Rants About Climate Change at World Economic Forum

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:58 min | Last week

Al Gore Rants About Climate Change at World Economic Forum

"Listen to him yesterday at the heralded World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. A missions are still going up. When are we going to bring these emissions down? And just to put the science in a slightly different context, people are familiar with that thin blue line that the astronauts bring back in their pictures from space. That's the part of the atmosphere that has oxygen, the troposphere, and it's only 5 to 7 kilometers thick. That's what we're using as an open sewer. If you could drive a car straight up in the air at interstate highway speeds, you get to the top of that blue line and 5 minutes. And all the greenhouse gas pollution would be below you. We're still putting a 162 million tons into it every single day. And the accumulated amount is now trapping as much extra heat as would be released by 600,000 Hiroshima class atomic bombs exploding every single day on the earth. That's what's boiling the oceans, creating these atmospheric rivers and The Rain bombs and sucking the moisture out of the land and creating the droughts and melting the ice and raising the sea level and causing these waves of climate refugees predicted to reach 1 billion in this century. Look at the xenophobia and political authoritarian trends that have come from just a few million refugees. What about a billion? We would lose our capacity for self governance on this one. I mean, if you're watching this on the sale of news channel, his you're watching this on the sale of news channel, his veins are bulging. He's purple in the face. Yeah, that's normal. Here's a great Twitter, a tweet I saw. This man who arrived in Davos on a private jet and was ferried to the hotel in a full sized gas guzzling SUV and owns three mansions is a complete and total fraud.

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WHO: COVID disruption resulted in 63,000 more malaria deaths

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

WHO: COVID disruption resulted in 63,000 more malaria deaths

"The pandemic killed millions, but it also interrupted efforts to control malaria, according to a report from the World Health Organization, malaria killed over 600,000 people last year, mostly in Africa, cases and deaths went up in 2020 and continued to increase in 2021, according to a WHO report. The organization found the pandemic made it harder to implement preventions like distributing bed nets, resulting in 13 million additional infections and 63,000 additional deaths. Officials are also concerned about a new invasive mosquito species thought to be behind a spike of infections in the Horn of Africa, it thrives in cities and is resistant to many pesticides, WHO malaria official abdic salon nor says they're hopeful to roll out of the world's first malaria vaccine next year will have an impact still the vaccine is only about 30% effective and requires four doses. I'm Jennifer King

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Kari Lake: We've Got Bad Elections and We Need to Reform Them

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:50 min | 2 months ago

Kari Lake: We've Got Bad Elections and We Need to Reform Them

"A can of warpath like they have never seen before and I can't wait. Well, guess what? Why don't we connect 3 million patriots to her right now? Carrie Lake are you there? I'm here, Sebastian. All right, so we need to we need some good news from the ground in Arizona. We had homie Dylan yesterday say the GOP was running things, but they ran out of stinking printer cartridges for the ballots. What is going on, Carrie? You know, it's just the same garbage. We've been dealing with since 2020. And we tried to sound the alarm. I've been talking about it since the 2020 election. And everyone, the press, the fake news, tries to destroy anybody who spoke up. Oh, no, it was a perfect election. Don't look here. No problems here. We've got that elections. And we need to reform them. And what happened on election day was inexcusable, they can call it and mistake and honest mistake it's ineptitude to a level that is unacceptable. And we will no longer accept this in Arizona. It's embarrassing. And it's disenfranchising voters, frankly, when more than a third of our polling places had equipment that didn't work, we've got a major problem. And so now what we're doing is we're waiting for Maricopa County to count votes and they're going molasses slow. And we have over 600,000 probably closer to 650,000 ballots left to be counted. And of those closer to 400,000 are ballots that people had as mail in ballots, they walked them in on election day. They didn't want to put them in the Dropbox. They didn't want to put them on the mailbox. They walked them in. We believe we're going to get the major chunk of those votes, but they are not counting them yet, then slow walking this. And the

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Gov. Ron DeSantis: More Republicans Than Democrats Registered in FL

Mark Levin

01:29 min | 3 months ago

Gov. Ron DeSantis: More Republicans Than Democrats Registered in FL

"You managed to you and managed to with your policies and so forth I mean completely change things in four years I mean four years ago you won by what 50,000 votes or so Yeah so if you look back before I became governor the marquee race each every two years Rick Scott 2010 governor Obama 2012 president Rick Scott reelection 14 Donald Trump in 16 and then me and 18 Those are all one point races or less And that was kind of the norm in Florida politics We had almost 300,000 more registered Democrats in Florida than Republicans When I got elected well today we have 306,000 more registered Republicans than Democrats had a lot of people come that don't affiliate with a party but are with us largely because they were refugees from COVID lockdowns and they came to the free state of Florida So this electorate is going to be the first electorate that we've ever had that has a Republican advantage at all We've never had more ours than these in Florida history and to have 306,000 in just a four year period That's almost a 600,000 registration shift in favor of Republicans We've never seen anything like that A lot of that's migration Mark but honestly if you look at the number of people that go from D to R in Florida versus R to D we are converting so many more Democrats to Republicans than vice versa It's not even funny particularly in a place like Miami dade county

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Rep. Ralph Norman: Feds Should Not Get Involved in Elections

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:30 min | 3 months ago

Rep. Ralph Norman: Feds Should Not Get Involved in Elections

"You're right. I'm so encouraged, I've said earlier this morning, congressman, it's almost like it's too good to be true based on some of the numbers that we're seeing on races all around the country. I mean, when you have a New York congressman in trouble whose chairman of the democratic congressional committee have an adopt another 600,000 dollars into his own campaign from the DCC, you know, that kind of tells you where we're headed, I hope. I think it does. And I think you look at all around the country. It's encouraging. But I will tell you what's very upsetting to me when you have a president of the United States back in March issue an executive order for all the governmental agencies to get involved to encourage voter participation. That's not what the agencies are for. It's against the constitution. That's left for the states. It's very concerning, but, you know, I think the sheer numbers this time people that have not voted before will come out. And what have the Democrats got to run on positive? I mean, look at it. They can't run on reduced crime. They can't run on having Americans having the luxury of price reductions. They can't fill the gas. The cart with gas and have any type of relief. I mean, I don't know what they run on, but they're trying to have make words into reality. And it's not going to happen.

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Blake Masters: Fighting Mark Kelly on the Debate Stage

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 3 months ago

Blake Masters: Fighting Mark Kelly on the Debate Stage

"How did your debate go if much of the nation may not have been able to see it Blake masters Well I think it went pretty well for us on the Republican side Not even the fake news left wing media could pretend that Mark Kelly won that debate That's how one sided it was Mark Kelly as we discussed he lies in his television ads right But there's no one to fight back in a TV ad Well I was there to fight back on the debate stage And so Mark Kelly literally tried to say hey I've been focused on the border since day one I've done all that one person can to secure the border And at first Mark I got to tell you that made me upset because he was just lying But then I realized he was walking into a trap And so I said oh really senator Well if that's the best you can do I think you should resign Because you must be the worst and most ineffective senator of all time It didn't work The border is wide open So I think we put them on the ropes a little bit And how could he defend his votes His agenda It's Biden's agenda and it's indefensible How's your ground game look out there Oh it's great Between us and allied outside groups we've knocked over 600,000 doors in Arizona mostly in Maricopa County and pima county We have grassroots energy Look at the rallies that carry Lake are fantastic gubernatorial nominee and a higher doing We're drawing hundreds of people Sometimes thousands of people you look at a Mark Kelly rally or a Katie Hobbs rally she's the horrible candidate for governor here They can't even get 50 people in a room There's no energy on their side And that's why I think if we work hard and sprint and just really play that ground game that grassroots for the next 20 days I think we win this thing

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Former Uber security chief found guilty of concealing data breach

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Former Uber security chief found guilty of concealing data breach

"There's a conviction in the Uber data breach cover up The former chief security officer for Uber has been convicted of trying to cover up a 2016 data breach in which hackers access millions of customer records Authorities say Joseph Sullivan was convicted Wednesday in San Francisco of federal charges for concealing the breach in which hackers stole data of 57 million users and 600,000 driver's license numbers Prosecutors say Sullivan concealed the breach from the Federal Trade Commission and secretly paid the hackers $100,000 in return for promising not to release the data Uber's new management uncovered the truth in 2017 and made the breach public the hackers pleaded guilty in 2019 to

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In a nod to JFK, Biden pushing "moonshot" to fight cancer

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 5 months ago

In a nod to JFK, Biden pushing "moonshot" to fight cancer

"President Biden is giving a nod to a predecessor as he lays out more plans to fight cancer 60 years ago today John F. Kennedy gave his moonshot speech We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things not because they are easy but because they are hard At the JFK library in Boston today President Biden will detail his administration's own moonshot a bid to as The White House says end cancer as we know it He will highlight what could be a game changer in diagnostic testing to dramatically improve early cancer detection a study that looks to validate using blood tests for screening against multiple cancers The American Cancer Society estimates more than 600,000 people will die of cancer diseases this year The presidency aiming to cut cancer deaths in half over the next 25 years

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We Need to Wake Up Yesterday

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:44 min | 5 months ago

We Need to Wake Up Yesterday

"Folks, we need to wake up yesterday. This is absolutely crucial. The insane chaos erupting everywhere is a result of we took our eye off the ball. So tell my audience Rick again, what exactly is the patriot academy? How can people get plugged into that before we get into more? Well, part of it is just our approach. What you just mentioned is so important we too often go to the two extremes, either everything in America is bad, or that we have this pollyanna gloss over the negative and the sins. And what we say is look, you've got to teach the good the bad and the ugly. You got to show all of it. Because when you do, when you actually step back and you look at it in the context of history, the American story is absolutely amazing. Despite those sins, the whole world had those sins, the whole world was dealing with slavery, every nation on the planet had it. And the truth is, when you really teach the total history, you're amazed to find out that America actually was the first to end the slave trade. We beat England by three weeks. We were the fourth nation to end slavery completely after a war that had 600,000 casualties. There's 90 nations still that have an ended slavery. And so when you get that full big picture and you look at the progress made by a Lincoln and buy an MLK when they were quoting from the declaration, almost as much as they were, the Bible, and you look at the progress that we had even after the 60s in terms of racial reconciliation, and then you look at how much we've stepped back and gone backwards. Now we're judging each other by color of skin rather than content of character, doing the opposite of what MLK wanted because we don't know the history because you just described it perfectly. People take a kernel of truth and they say, well, this founding father had slaves. So they're automatically evil. Instead of going, oh wow, this founding father who had slaves worked his entire life to try to end slavery, talked about the evils of this. This is at the heart of cancel culture. And it's anti biblical.

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The IRS Is Going After the Little Guy

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 6 months ago

The IRS Is Going After the Little Guy

"So what is the IRS do then? You know, they might, they might audit a couple of millionaires and billionaires. And the millionaire is in billionaires will hold the line via the best law firms best accounting firms, drag it on maybe pay a small fine and that's it. But the IRS, they instead will go after targets where they know they can win. You see, data shows, according to the GAO, the government accountability office, who actually gets audited. Well, in the year 2019, out of the 600,000 audits that were conducted, 198,000 of them were people earning $1 to $25,000 a year. A 165,000 of them were people earning 25,000 to $200,000 a year. And then on down about 20,000 of them were people earning 200,000 and a half a million a year, about 10,000 were half a million to 5 million, and then less than a couple thousand were 5 million or more. Now, the argument the IRS will make at a surface is a good one. Well, there's just more people earning $1 to $25,000 and so therefore it might be cumulative more, but the percentage actually works out. Now this is rubbish for a very simple reason, which is when you earn when you are between one to 25,000, there should be an intentional campaign not to audit you. Now, I'm not a big one to talk about equity or about fairness or all that. Especially when it comes to racial stuff, which is garbage. But I will say this, it is deeply morally unfair. In fact, it is an abuse of government power. To have the federal government go after someone earning $36,000 a year who can not defend themselves against the IRS.

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Why YOU Will Get Audited by the IRS Soon

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:26 min | 6 months ago

Why YOU Will Get Audited by the IRS Soon

"Who's ready to get audited? I'm gonna get blunt to the point. Straight into the point and be blunt. It's likely you are going to be audited sometime soon. Senator Kristen sinema has decided to join Joe Manchin in what they call the inflation reduction act, which is anything but the inflation reduction act, but Democrats are getting even sneakier in how they are branding what actually increases inflation to hurt inflation, but they're doing it for marketing purposes. The inflation reduction act of 2022 appears to have a good shot of being signed into law. One of the things it does is it expands the internal revenue services, power, authority, and expands their staff. The inflation reduction act hires 80 7 thousand new IRS agents. 80 7 thousand new IRS agents. Currently, there's about 600,000 audits that are done every single year. 600,000 audits. The IRS says they'll now be able to perform 1.2 million audits in the next couple of years, doubling the amount of annual audits that are done. Doubling.

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US declares public health emergency over monkeypox outbreak

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 6 months ago

US declares public health emergency over monkeypox outbreak

"The U.S. has declared a public health emergency to bolster the federal response to the outbreak of monkeypox The Biden administration has faced criticism over monkeypox vaccine availability clinics and major cities such as San Francisco and New York say they haven't received enough of the two shot vaccine to meet demand White House press secretary karine Jean Pierre says We have made more than 1.1 million doses available and shipped more than 600,000 doses monkeypox has already infected more than 6600 Americans We also have ordered 5.5 million additional doses which are helping us get more doses out sooner knowing that more are on the way Symptoms include fever body aches chills fatigue and pimple like bumps on the body I'm Lisa dwyer

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What Is the Future of the 'Blind' BLM? Horace Cooper Weighs In

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:01 min | 6 months ago

What Is the Future of the 'Blind' BLM? Horace Cooper Weighs In

"So what is the future in that case? We saw the demonstration of the weekend that young man who fired into a woman's home with the two children there, 6 hour standoff with the police, finally he's killed. BLM comes outside that woman's house protests raised $15,000. The woman who was almost killed with her children comes out and screams him and them saying, this wasn't George Floyd, this man wasn't unarmed. What is the future of BLM? If they're so blind, that they're raising money for armed individuals who almost killed two small children, is their future a waning future or will they remain this separating wound in race relations? Okay, BLM was never an entity or an outworking of black America. If you wanted to get as many mansions and villas as possible, that would have been a good group to be connected with. But in terms of actually trying to improve the lot of black America, BLM has never been apart to that. And black America has increasingly recognized this. Got another data point. If you read my books, what you see is I don't just make the assertion. I show you the examples are the data. There are on social media that's Twitter that's TikTok, I guess, the communist control Doc. That's Facebook. There are 600,000 blacks who reject left wing views, and they post about this every single day. That 600,000 has always existed. That's just the 600,000 that's willing to post. The difference is, 15 years ago, 30 years ago, 40 years ago, it wasn't easy for that group to communicate. Right. Now, Americans are seeing everywhere that there are dissenters

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US Markets Head Back to Negative Territory

The Trish Regan Show

02:04 min | 8 months ago

US Markets Head Back to Negative Territory

"Com. All right, let's get started on this market because you know what? I told you, I didn't buy the rally that we were seeing. I think it was a very short lived bounce. We got the market back in negative territory. No surprise really, given where we are on oil. I want to highlight that. First and foremost, because you know that I have predicted a $130 a barrel on crude oil, which could translate in some parts of the country to $9 a gallon on gasoline by the height of the summer driving season. Well, we hit one 20 and change today, up 3%. And this is despite the news that OPEC announced it's going to add more than $600,000 of 600,000 barrels a day of oil. The administration was pretty psyched about that one. I explained it all in yesterday's program, but let me tell you, the oil market sure as heck doesn't care. I don't think they really buy it. Maybe they don't really believe it, maybe they know that 600,000 barrels really isn't going to be enough. Maybe they're concerned because it's actually OPEC plus, which includes Russia, so that gets a little sticky, does it not give in the sanctions? Anyway, suffice it to say, we've got higher energy prices still, which is going to lead to more and more inflation. How do you deal with this? At a time when the fed is out there aggressively trying to confront it, I'll tell you that the big problem with this from the beginning is that they didn't recognize the cancer that inflation had started to become, right? They thought it was nothing. And yet it grew and it grew and it grew and we kept hearing from people in the administration and economists Talking Heads that were touting the Biden plan, we kept hearing that this was somehow just transitory. And I've been sitting here and let me just say, I don't have Janet Yellen's pedigrees and economists. Let's be very Frank about that. I'm not too shabby, but this is a woman who is steeped in economics and served as the head of the Federal Reserve. Now our treasury secretary, she missed it. I'm sorry. I don't know how these people could have missed

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Rep. Lauren Boebert Divides Listeners by Interrupting Biden's SOTU

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:27 min | 11 months ago

Rep. Lauren Boebert Divides Listeners by Interrupting Biden's SOTU

"Now I got to ask you congresswoman because we've been receiving a lot of emails and some of our listeners are divided. I think you could probably see part of why they're divided because we really went after Nancy Pelosi when she tore the speech. We said, have some respect for the president. What do you have to say for people that say, hey, look, I'm with you. Congresswoman, but maybe you shouldn't interrupt the president at the State of the Union. What's your thought on that? First of all, you know, I was really caught up in the emotions of it. He started mentioning Afghanistan, but didn't bother to mention the 13 soldiers. He went on to something totally different. And that really just overwhelmed me. And I couldn't help but speak out. And look, I would love to have a conversation and a better setting with him. I would love to be able to talk to him. And maybe I'll get the chance to do that when Republicans are in the majority in 2023. And we can actually put forward my articles of impeachment for Joe Biden and have a real conversation. And as far as the drill baby drill goes, Joe Biden, he waged a war on American energy and left us in a very dangerous place. We rely on Russian energy in 40 nearly 600,000 barrels of energy per day when we should be energy into and certainly energy dominant. We should be able to export energy to our allies, which is literally exporting freedom. And so I wore drill baby drill on my shot to remind the Democrats of exactly what we should be doing and how we should stop funding Russia's

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U.S. Senate Candidate Carla Sands' Position on Immigration

Mark Levin

01:21 min | 1 year ago

U.S. Senate Candidate Carla Sands' Position on Immigration

"All right so on the border on immigration do you consider this to be a major issue Well of course I mean we're being invaded I think we had a record number I was talking to former acting secretary of Homeland Security Chad wolf and he told me we had 2 million people that they got a hold of last year but 600,000 got in that they didn't get a hold of it They got away And so it is a true invasion It's one of the reasons I'm running I was working as the ambassador in Denmark and I was watching the rioting in 2020 and looting and then the Biden incoming administration talking about banning fracking and opening our southern border And I was like my gosh I've worked all these years to help Republicans get elected And they're not fighting for us We're losing our country so fast I better do something different I better step up and run And so we've got to secure the border We've got to build the wall And we have sentinel as you know an illegal aliens coming over the border and I personally lost a young relative over Christmas break to a fentanyl overdose So this affects every community in America the drugs that are pouring in from China over the

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Dr. Anthony Fauci's Giant Golden Parachute

The Trish Regan Show

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Anthony Fauci's Giant Golden Parachute

"All right, I want to turn to another big story right now that we've been following on Trish Intel dot com, my website, and that is doctor Anthony Fauci's giant golden parachute. I mean, it's like the biggest ever. The largest golden parachute, the largest retirement in U.S. federal government history. In fact, Anthony Fauci is going to get more than $350,000. For his annual retirement, think about that. I mean, the guy never needs to work. He's had 55 years of service as a federal employee. He could retire today. Maybe he said, maybe that's the answer. Maybe we should say, hey, go take your $350,000 pension and go have a good day. Because you're kind of messing everything up. Constantly. I mean, one day it's this one day it's that one day it's this one day it's that and he's created tremendous confusion for which he really should be held responsible, but it's not just that what bugs me more than anything is the lying, the lying about what we did in terms of funding the Wuhan institute of virology in China. There are records of the U.S. taxpayer dollars about 600,000 of them and I don't care if it's just ten cents. I know some people are 600,000. No big deal. Well, you know what? It is a big deal, because it means that we played a role in the funding of this risky research, not only did we play a role, we tried to then say, oh, we didn't. And that's not we, that's Anthony Fauci, doctor Anthony Fauci, trying to cover up effectively. The role that the U.S. taxpayer had in funding the virology institute in Wuhan, that's not okay. It's not acceptable. But you know what? He's going to be sitting pretty, really, really pretty because he has, as I said, nearly $400,000 in his pension. You know, so he can retire and do nothing. 340,000 to 350,000 each year in federal retirement payments. That's according to Forbes dot com, which crunched some of these numbers. I mean,

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Democrats Underwhelmed With Latest Jobs Report

The Dan Bongino Show

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Democrats Underwhelmed With Latest Jobs Report

"You know we discussed at length yesterday on the show How the big Moe and it's not it's not an obese guy named mo but the big mo momentum is a real thing in politics And the big mo momentum is going against Joe Biden There's not a single sphere Joe Biden is touched Immigration economy healthcare education whatever it may be that he hasn't destroyed and decimated And it's all starting to turn right now This is not good news for the country The jobs report came out today They were expecting 500,000 jobs produced The number they got 210,000 for the liberals listing that's less than half They were people on MSNBC confidently crowing this morning in case you missed it which you probably did because no one actually watches MSNBC outside of the racial madhouse show But they were confidently crawling this morning Oh we're going to get 600,000 jobs Yeah not so much

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"more than 600,000" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"more than 600,000" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"We need to keep this in mind, keep them protected by making sure everybody who was around those kids get vaccinated, officials say the number of covid 19 cases, case rates, hospitalizations and ICU admissions all continue to trend down in Orange County. Corbyn Carson KFT NEWS Several Republican governors have threatened to sue President Biden over his executive order to require large companies to mandate Covid 19 vaccines. Texas Governor Greg Abbott says it's an assault on private businesses. White House Press secretary Jen Psaki says the president has As the authority to impose vaccine mandates under an act approved by Congress 50 years ago. The law basically requires the Department of Labor take action when it finds grave risk to workers and certainly a pandemic that killed more than 600,000. People qualifies as grave risk to workers. President Biden invited Republican governors to as he put it have added when talking of lawsuits An appeals court in Florida has reinstated the governor's ban on mask mandates in schools. A judge had blocked the band Wednesday, saying Governor Romney Santa's overreached when he issued an executive order in late July. The Santa says parents should be able to decide what's best for their kids. The state threatened to withhold funding from districts that violate the order and require masks. Police chases are at that 23% in L, a LAPD chief, Morris says. You're to date there have been 597 chases. Same time period last year, it was 484. We look at the underlying factors that are increasing the instances of pursuit. We look at auto theft, which has increased this year versus last 5.4% over two year period. It is increased by more than 44%. More, says shootings are also a contributing factor to pursuits. Typically, officers who respond to Carter car shootings or Carter person shootings. Moore says. So far this year they have been 961 shootings. Steve Gregory codify new governor. Newsom has cast his ballot in the election to remove him from office to win this election. The way we do that is turn up in the newsroom urged people to get their ballots in today, tomorrow or on Election Day, which is Tuesday. Everybody important and imperative of voting and exercising their rights, which are under assault all across this country by the same folks that appear on the other side of this ballot was running against Newsom in the recall, including Larry Elder Former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer in state Assemblyman Kevin Kiley have criticized Newsom on crime, homelessness and pandemic related mandates and failures. And U. S. Officials are remembering the impact of 9 11 had on the rest of the world. People from more than 90 countries lost their.

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"more than 600,000" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"more than 600,000" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"I C three AI software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence at enterprise scale solving previously unsolvable problems. C three a. I. This is Enterprise Ai. And from Americans for the arts. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ailsa Chang and I'm Mary Louise Kelly. More than 600,000. People in the US have died from Covid 19, each leaving behind grieving friends, grieving family. For some Americans, it is hard to mourn when people in their communities or even in their own families, don't believe in the science of the coronavirus. These dismissive attitudes add another level of pain and anger to their grief. Bread shelters at W I T F in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, has the story. Stephanie remote is going through some of her brother's old things, including the cold medicines. He used to treat his symptoms when he first got sick, and these are ones that He didn't quite finish. We really haven't thrown anything away. Really. Her brother, Kyle Dixon died from Covid 19. In January. He was a state prison guard here in western Pennsylvania in a pretty rural conservative community. Kyle was just 27 years old Like I'll never get to be at his wedding. I'll never get nieces and nephews like I'll never see him old like that was the last birthday In September, we got to celebrate with him. Stephanie says her brother was led astray by misinformation about the virus. He got it from other prison guards from friends on Facebook and some of his own relatives. Even after her brother had to be hospitalized. Some family members were on social media, repeating conspiracy theories and bragging about not wearing masks that were angry. So when people try to You know, talked about covid. They try to justify it or say it's not real, or, you know, look for a reason. Well, well, he was this. It's really hard. Now Stephanie and her younger sister, Jennifer, feel estranged from some of those family members. I don't talk to them. I don't care to talk to them. They're back to posting the same stuff. It's a hoax, Jennifer says if only they had seen what he went through. I wish they could have been there his last days and watched him suffer. Watch his heart. Still be able to beat his kidneys still producing urine because it was so strong, his liver still working. It was his lungs that were gone his lungs and that Mhm. Was only due to Covid after he died. Stephanie and Jennifer made sure that the death notice said that Covid is what killed Kyle. But a lot of other families want Covid left off death notices. Mike Kuhn is a funeral director in reading Pennsylvania. His three funeral homes have laid to rest hundreds of people who died from the virus. I've heard people that just like I don't know why, but I just don't want to have covid. Listed on the death certificate, and I don't want to hear that Covid had anything to do with my father's death, like people have said that to me, Coon says many families want to minimize Covid's role in the death. You know, I've had people say, Well, you know, my My mother or my father was was going to die. Probably in the next year or two anyway, and they were in a nursing home and then they got covid. And, you know, I don't really want to give a lot of credence to covid. In some cases. This creates a situation that psychologists call a disenfranchising death. Mourners feel they don't have the right to fully grieve because of controversy over the cause of death. Kendo CA is senior vice president of the Hospice Foundation of America. He pioneered the concept of disenfranchising death and a related concept disenfranchised grief. He says. This can occur when a person's death is tinged with the supposed moral failure and Mourners fear judgment from others. So, for instance, if I say my brother, which he didn't, but if I say to you, my brother died of lung cancer. What's the first question you're going to ask? Was he smoker? And somehow, if he's a smoker, he's responsible. DACA saw this a lot during the HIV AIDS crisis of the 19 eighties. One of the terms I got to hate. Was when people spoke about pediatric AIDS. They often used the phrase These are innocent victims of this disease. Well, you know to me anybody who had it was an innocent victim, Kyle Dixon Sisters have also encountered something like this, They say when they tell people their brother died from Covid, they're often asked whether he had pre existing conditions or if he was overweight. As if he was to blame for dying. It's as if two people in denial the virus isn't deadly if a person was overweight or older had high blood pressure or diabetes. It becomes their fault that they died. Holly Pregerson is a sociologist specializing in grief, she says. Those judgmental comments they come from cognitive dissonance and anything, including death of a loved one from this disease, like they just they compartmentalize it. They're not going to process it. It gives them too much of a headache to try to reconcile. Pregerson says fighting cognitive dissonance rarely works. Don't waste your time trying to convince them of something that you're not going to convince them of for her peace of mind. Pregerson had to cut ties with some of her own family after her mother died of Covid. Kyle's sister, Stephanie says what has been helpful is joining a support group with other grieving people who agree on the facts about Covid, and in June, they placed the headstone on Kyle's grave. It says beloved son, brother and uncle. And it has a very pointed message on it, too. Yeah, it says Covid 19 on it. Her reasoning was simple. We want to make sure that people know Kyle's story and that he passed away from the virus, Stephanie says. It really helps to know that long after she's gone, the truth will be set in stone. For NPR News. I'm Brett Schultz in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania. And that story.

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"FM HD to four words. Conditions are miserable. One week after Hurricane Ida I'm pampas L fox news more than 600,000. People are still without power in Louisiana, which means no air conditioning amid stifling heat and humidity. In some spots, food, fuel and water are also in short supply. There are still some areas with standing water. Lafite, a small town in a parish in Lafourche Parish, just outside of New Orleans, was completely submerged. And now they've got some water and they're still trying to pick up the pieces there under these conditions of no power and running water. Fox weather is Robert Ray. In New Orleans power there should be mostly restored by midweek. In the Northeast Basements that filled with water are drying out, as residents in New York and New Jersey salvage what they can President Biden will visit both states on Tuesday. Prayers and condolences for hurricane victims from Pope Francis. While delivering his Sunday blessing in ST Peter's Square, the pope said May the Lord give strength to those who were suffering. Civil war is a possibility in Afghanistan following the Taliban stunning takeover chairman of the Joint Chiefs Mark Milley spoke to Fox's Jennifer Griffin. The collapse of the Afghan army happened at a much faster rate and very unexpected by pretty much everybody and then with that.

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"Is K o g O k. M y I h d to San Diego. Breaking conditions are miserable. One week after Hurricane Ida. I'm pampas Self Fox news more than 600,000. People are still without power in Louisiana, which means no air conditioning amid stifling heat and humidity In some spots, Food, fuel and water are also in There are still some areas with standing water. Laffit, a small town in a parish in Lafourche Parish, just outside of New Orleans, was completely submerged. And now they've got some water and they're still trying to pick up the pieces there under these conditions of no power and running water. Fox weather is Robert Ray. In New Orleans power there should be mostly restored by midweek. In the Northeast Basements that filled with water are drying out, as residents in New York and New Jersey salvage what they can President Biden will visit both states on Tuesday. Prayers and condolences for hurricane victims from Pope Francis. While delivering his Sunday blessing in ST Peter's Square, the pope said May the Lord give strength to those who were suffering. Civil war is a possibility in Afghanistan following the Taliban stunning takeover chairman of the Joint Chiefs Mark Milley spoke to Fox's Jennifer Griffin. The collapse of the Afghan army happened at a much faster rate and very unexpected by pretty much everybody and then with that.

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"Missing. There's no chance of survival at this point used every possible strategy and every piece of technology available to them to find people in the rubble. Assistant Fire Chief Rage Adala says there has been no sign of life since Day one, the last known Alert that we received was the initial hours the day of the collapse. The death toll now stands at 54 with another 86 still unaccounted for, doubled ESPN news time. 804 Covid claims four million lives around the world more than 600,000 in the U. S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy fears the new Delta variant will infected kill more unvaccinated Americans shelter variant is spreading rapidly. So I am people you worried about people who are not vaccinated because they are a greater risk. Deborah Carmichael's 45 year old daughter, Tricia, dies of the Delta variant in Missouri. She did not get the vaccine. It's just so excruciating. And they become so helpless and just destroyed by this virus. Hospitals in Springfield, Missouri, plead for more respiratory nurses and ventilators. The White House is sending a covid response team to help for the second time in five months. The crispy cream on pots goes up in flames. Fire shoots through the roof of the midtown Atlanta doughnut shop. It's been closed since a massive fire gutted the interior of the building in February. No one's hurt. The cause of this fire is unknown. The property had been fenced off for renovations. WSB news time 8050 Neill still owns it right. I think it does. It's five minutes after the hour Scott's laid along the Marcy Williamson Judge Higginbotham, We're updating weather and traffic every six minutes. WSB here all the strict mellis checks in now the land is most accurate and dependable. Forecast. Read Scott. Forecast for.

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"P. N O. R. C Center for Public Affairs Research. There's a push on on Capitol Hill to learn more about the pandemic. Here's our Jackie Quinn, two senators, one Democrat and one Republican, have introduced a bill to establish a national commission to investigate the coronavirus outbreak that's killed more than 600,000. Americans. Senators Bob Menendez and Susan Collins say the pandemics. Death toll is more than 200 times that of the 9 11 attacks, But Congress has yet to establish that type of blue ribbon. Mission to investigate vulnerabilities in public health and issue guidance on how to better prepare for the future. This is a P news AP correspondent Ed Donahue reports now on the latest state to drop permit rules for guns Texas It means you can carry a gun in Texas without getting a background check or training Governor Greg Abbott says. It's about freedom and self defense. He connected it to the fight with a Biden administration over the flow of migrants across the Mexico border. There is a need For people to have a weapon to defend themselves, Abbott says. This goes against the federal narrative, the government officials saying, Heck, yes, Government is coming to take your guns. Texas will not let that happen. The leader of the group students demand action says this callous and reckless bill is an insult to every Texan who has been affected by gun violence. I'm Ed Donahue. As we begin the weekend gas is $3.7 a gallon, up three cents from a month ago, says the Triple A. A year ago. Gas was $2.11 a gallon I'm Rita Foley. AP News Get Dad the perfect gift now at Macy's Father's Day cell with an extra 25% off his favorite designers with your coupon or Macy's card that's.

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"Leaving their homes because of war, violence, persecution and human rights violations. A U. N official says. Many people who want to leave their home countries cannot But will as soon as borders reopen. He thinks some of them will come to the U. S. A brown bear on the loose in Sapporo, Japan, has been shot and killed after wounding for people, disrupting flights at an airport this morning and wandering into a military camp. This is a P news. Juneteenth. The new national holiday is tomorrow. June 19th It commemorates the end of slavery in the U. S. A historian who pushed to make Juneteenth and official state holiday in Massachusetts is celebrating now that it's a federal holiday as well. Our saga. Amangani has this I am overjoyed Amilcar Shabbas that U mass. Amherst says it's a holiday his ancestors created. But it's just the first installment toward righting the wrong of slavery. Juneteenth as a national holiday opens the door. What follows is what we have to now push for, He says The next step must be reparations for slavery along with addressing racism and police brutality. Soccer Megane Washington Most federal government workers will observe the holiday today because it falls on a Saturday this year. D C in several states have closed their offices today to mark the holiday. I'm Rita Foley. AP News CORONAVIRUS Update. I'm Rita Foley with an AP amusement at should there be a full blown commission to investigate the coronavirus pandemic? There's a bipartisan effort underway on Capitol Hill to create such a commission. Here's our Jackie Quinn, two senators, one Democrat and one Republican, have introduced a bill to establish a national commission to investigate the coronavirus outbreak that's killed more than 600,000. Americans. Senators Bob Menendez and Susan Collins say the pandemics. Death toll is more than 200 times that of the 9 11 attacks, but Congress has yet to establish that type of blue ribbon commission. To investigate vulnerabilities in public health and issue guidance on how to better prepare for the future. But the bill has an uncertain fate just like the failed attempt to create a commission to study the capital insurrection earlier this year. Jackie Quinn, Washington I'm Rita Foley. This.

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02:28 min | 1 year ago

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"Leaving their homes because of war, violence, persecution and human rights violations. A U. N official says. Many people who want to leave their home countries cannot but will as soon as borders reopen. He thinks some of them will come to the U. S. Brown bear on the loose in Sapporo, Japan, has been shot and killed after wounding for people, disrupting flights at an airport this morning and wandering into a military camp. This is a P news. Juneteenth. The new national holiday is tomorrow. June 19th It commemorates the end of slavery in the U. S. A historian who pushed to make Juneteenth and official state holiday in Massachusetts is celebrating now that it's a federal holiday as well. Our saga. Madani has this I am overjoyed Amilcar Shabbas that U mass. Amherst says it's a holiday his ancestors created. But it's just the first installment toward righting the wrongs of slavery. Juneteenth as a national holiday opens the door. What follows is what we have to now push for, He says The next step must be reparations for slavery along with addressing racism and police brutality. Soccer Megane Washington Most federal government workers will observe the holiday today because it falls on a Saturday this year. D C in several states have closed their offices today to mark the holiday. I'm Rita Foley. AP News CORONAVIRUS Update. I'm Rita Foley with an AP amusement at Should there be a full blown commission to investigate the coronavirus pandemic? There's a bipartisan effort underway on Capitol Hill to create such a commission. Here's Our Jackie Quinn, two senators, one Democrat and one Republican, have introduced a bill to establish a national commission to investigate the coronavirus outbreak that's killed more than 600,000. Americans. Senators Bob Menendez and Susan Collins say the pandemics. Death toll is more than 200 times that The 9 11 attacks. But Congress has yet to establish that type of blue ribbon commission to investigate vulnerabilities in public health and issue guidance on how to better prepare for the future. But the bill has an uncertain fate just like the failed attempt to create a commission to study the capital insurrection earlier this year. Jackie Quinn, Washington I'm Rita Foley. This.

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02:25 min | 1 year ago

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"Los Angeles It was pretty hot 109 right now I'm land Castle Supposed to get to 1 11 temperature could get as high as 116 today in Palm Springs, 117 in Phoenix. Many Americans are relaxing precautions taken during the covid pandemic and beginning to resume everyday activities even as some worry that coronavirus related restrictions were lifted too quickly. That's according to a new poll from the A. P. N O. R. C Center for Public Affairs Research. There's a push on on Capitol Hill to learn more about the pandemic. Here's our Jackie Quinn, two senators, one Democrat and one Republican, have introduced a bill to establish a national commission to investigate the coronavirus outbreak that's killed more than 600,000. Americans. Senators Bob Menendez and Susan Collins say the pandemics. Death toll is more than 200 times that of the 9 11 attacks. But Congress has yet to establish that type of blue ribbon can Mission to investigate vulnerabilities in public health and issue guidance on how to better prepare for the future. This is a P news AP correspondent Ed Donahue reports now on the latest state to drop permit rules for guns Texas It means you can carry a gun in Texas without getting a background check or training Governor Greg Abbott says. It's about freedom and self defense. He connected it to the fight with a Biden administration over the flow of migrants across the Mexico border. There is a need For people to have a weapon to defend themselves, Abbott says. This goes against the federal narrative, the government officials saying, Heck, yes, Government is coming to take your guns. Texas will not let that happen. The leader of the group students demand action says this callous and reckless bill is an insult to every Texan who has been affected by gun violence. I'm Ed Donahue. As we begin the weekend gas is $3.7 a gallon, up three cents from a month ago, says the Triple A. A year ago. Gas was $2.11 a gallon I'm Rita Foley. AP News Get Dad The perfect gift now at Macy's Father's Day cell with an extra 25% off his favorite designers with your coupon or Macy's card that's on.

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01:58 min | 1 year ago

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"Powerful tropical storm is headed toward the coastline of some southern states. John Cangelosi of the National Hurricane Center. We're talking like Southeast Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama coastline and even the Western far western portions of the Florida Panhandle, he says. They're going to get a lot of rain and fierce wind. Those areas could see tropical storm force winds. The bigger impact. There will be a heavy rains in that zone where you could see 4 to 8 inches of rain and even some isolated maximums near about a foot of rain on the West Coast. The brutal heat wave continues. California residents are being asked to conserve power by setting their thermostats at 78, or higher and not using washing machines and dishwashers. A new way. People finds that a majority of Americans who were going out before the pandemic are now returning to restaurants, bars, movie theaters and sporting events, though some Americans are worried that Covid restrictions were lifted too soon. I'm Rita Foley Coronavirus update. I'm Rita Foley with an AP amusement. It Should there be a full blown commission to investigate the coronavirus pandemic? There's a bipartisan effort underway on Capitol Hill to create such a commission. Here's Our Jackie Quinn, two senators, one Democrat and one Republican, have introduced a bill to establish a national commission to investigate the coronavirus outbreak that's killed more than 600,000. Americans. Senators Bob Menendez and Susan Collins say the pandemics. Death toll is more than 200 times that The 9 11 attacks. But Congress has yet to establish that type of blue ribbon commission to investigate vulnerabilities in public health and issue guidance on how to better prepare for the future. But the bill has an uncertain fate just like the failed attempt to create a commission to study the capital insurrection earlier this year. Jackie Quinn, Washington I'm Rita Foley. This is a P.

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02:16 min | 1 year ago

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"Between leaders of the nations have focused on nuclear weapons this time. Big focus on cyber attacks, with many recent attacks coming from Russian soil. ABC Chief Justice correspondent Peter Thomas law enforcement officials want to know how can Biden Calibrate this without escalating this because a lot of law enforcement officials are telling me it could get a lot West a lot more difficult if the Russians choose to make this more intensifying because they can shut down the electrical grid sources are telling me they can do things to the water supply. So the key is How can Biden press the Russians but not escalate the situation? In addition to cybersecurity, there could be discussions of a prisoner exchange that would release two former U. S. Marines serving prison sentences. In Russia. Dave Packer ABC News More than four million in Massachusetts have now been fully vaccinated against coronavirus as the nation marks another milestone more than 600,000 dead from this illness. New research suggests coronavirus may have arrived in Massachusetts long before the first case was officially diagnosed. Evidence shows it may have been lurking in at least one patient as early as December. 2019. The first known case was officially reported in this state on February 1st. Study takes a look at long term health issues associated with Covid 19. The study looked at two million Americans who got the coronavirus last year and found that 23% of them had to see a doctor for something else a month or more after they were sick, Nonprofit Fair health conducted the study and found the most common new health issues included pain, breathing difficulties, high cholesterol, fatigue and high blood pressure, They say. Even people who were asymptomatic of reporting new health problems now, and researchers say this is particularly important because some people may not Even though they had covid but are now experiencing new medical issues that could be associated with it. Stacey Lynn CBS news vaccination effort is continuing to chug along here in Massachusetts, but now The shots start arriving by train, so the program is called Vax Express, where commuter rail cars are transformed into vaccination clinics for four hours at a time. The Blue Hill have t stop here in Mattapan is the first location offering the fighter and J and J Vaccine the Mbita working with several.

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01:57 min | 1 year ago

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"Vladimir Putin, ABC. Rachel Scott in Geneva, Switzerland. Leaders are going to come face to face and two separate meetings. One is going to be a smaller meeting. We're told that there will be about four people in the room that includes obviously President Biden. Russian President Vladimir Putin, as well as two senior advisers on both sides were told that the secretary of state, for instance, will be in that meeting. Then they're expected to break come back for a larger working meeting that's going to include more officials were senior officials on both sides of the aisle here and afterward, Mister Biden will hold a solo news conference. The president tweeting his condolences today to the families of the more than 600,000 Americans who have now died from Covid 19 governor, Andrew Cuomo, with a message to Unvaccinated New Yorkers who honor essential workers. I'll tell you how you on our essential workers you get vaccinated so you don't need the essential workers again. State in California, lifting the last of their coronavirus restrictions today, a federal judge in Louisiana blocking the Binet administration suspension of new oil and gas leases on federal land and water. Could the January attack on the capital have been prevented despite FBI warnings, there could be violence on Capitol Hill, FBI Director Christopher Wray told the House Oversight Committee. Law enforcement fell short getting the warning to everyone. I agree that we need to do better and have it move faster, and I've asked my staff to look for ways to expedite the process. Still, Capitol police and other authorities knew the potential for violence and we're still unprepared. Andy FIELD. ABC NEWS Washington, The Illinois EPA is asking the state's attorney general to cite a chemical Companies seen an explosion this week to determine what might have been released into the air or into a nearby river. Stocks closed lower today. The Dow down more than 94 points and NASDAQ off 101, You're listening to ABC Newt with no fees or minimums on checking and savings accounts. Banking with capital One is like the easiest decision in the history of decisions.

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01:45 min | 1 year ago

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"That story and much more. But first, let's get this live Update from ABC News. Thanks for joining us at 10 o'clock. From ABC News. I'm Michelle Franzen. More than a year after the outbreak began, the nation is marking a grim milestone in the pandemic. More than 600,000 Americans have died that, according to the John Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center, ABC is Aaron Carter Ski has more on the families and health workers on the front lines. The burden of the deaths of 600,000 Americans from Covid 19 is carried daily by families and caregivers. One of the hardest things To be here and see these things daily that we see Champagne. Cruise is a respiratory therapist that you see health in Colorado and then to go out and you go home and tried to live a normal life. And to carry on People who don't know what goes on in the ICU who don't take it seriously, who don't think it's important to wear their mask who chose not to get a vaccine? The virus, she told us is still very real. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New YORK At the same time states once the epicenters of the outbreak are turning a corner, California fully reopening today and in New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has lifted most of the remaining restrictions starting now that after reaching the goal of getting 70% of residents vaccinated And cases down to their lowest What New York has done is extraordinary. We went literally from worst to first a shift in how the Justice Department is dealing with domestic extremism, Attorney General Merrick Garland today, saying the DOJ, along with intelligence agencies will crackdown on racially and ethnically targeted attacks. He says, not posing the largest threat to national posing the largest threat to national security. Only way to find sustainable.

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01:59 min | 1 year ago

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"News. I'm Sherry Preston After wrapping up the G seven summit in England and meeting with the Queen President Biden is now in Brussels for one day summit with the leaders of NATO President Biden began his day at NATO by declaring the mutual defense commitment of the military alliance is a quote sacred obligation. Article five says that in a Attack on one NATO member is an attack on all in the alliance constantly remind Americans that when America was attacked for the first time in ensure since what happened back and began to World War two NATO stepped up in a pivot from the position of former president Trump, who declared NATO quote obsolete. President Biden today calling the military alliance critically important for American interests. Karen Travers ABC News traveling with the president in Brussels, another vaccine candidate showing Promise the Novak shot in clinical trials proving to be 100% effective at preventing serious covid disease. The U. S is still averaging, however, 300 deaths a day and on the verge of recording more than 600,000, people have lost covid altogether. Michelle Pressler lost her husband last month. It's not over, and there are plenty of people with Covid in the hospital very sick and dined. Still, Benjamin Netanyahu has been prime minister of Israel for the past 12 years. As prime minister of Israel no more. By just one vote. He was cast out by parliament. He's been replaced by this slightly unwieldy coalition that can be led by two prime ministers each serving two years. The first Naftali Bennett is even more hard line than Netanyahu. But for now he's calling for ideological restraints, but not much sign of that protest, calling him a traitor. ABC Easy and Panel Armed attacks over the weekend in Austin, Chicago, Savannah, Georgia, eight Mass shootings. Those with four more people wounded or killed a heatwave blanketing much of the West Coast and mountain states. Salt Lake City could reach or surpass its all time high June record of 105. Listening to ABC News. 7 10 is a time Let's check on traffic.

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01:52 min | 1 year ago

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"Fielding questions why he won't back. The House passed voting rights Bill West Virginia Democratic Senator Joe Manchin says he had a good and respectful conversation with black civil rights leaders about the path forward for a voting rights bill, the AKP said after the phone call, the groups are focused on finding common ground with Senator Manchin and with other lawmakers to pass federal legislation to protect The right to vote Mansion wrote in an op ed Sunday. He does not support this sweeping for the People Act that passed the house, saying he wants to pass the narrower John Lewis Voting Rights Act with Republican support. Elizabeth ALS the ABC News Washington the White House, signaling that it is moving on from negotiations with Republicans when it comes to the infrastructure bill that, according to an administrative source Also adding that the president will now turn his focus to engaging with a bipartisan group of senators to try and find a deal a group that they welcome Senator Capital to join an Illinois man from Kennel Worth, Illinois north of Chicago, arrested today on federal charges related to the U. S. Capitol siege. The FBI, meantime, creating an online messaging app that criminals used to plan and move drugs worldwide. Well, criminals around the world thought they were communicating only with themselves. The encrypted devices. They were using. We're actually sending copies of everything they wrote to the FBI. Because the FBI built the communications platform and shut down other platforms to funnel more criminals are away the FBI's Suzanne Turner, the users were upper echelon command in control of over 300 transnational criminal organizations. In the past, 48 hours over 500 people have been arrested around the world. Alex Stone ABC News After more than 600,000 deaths, the U. S seen a turnaround in cases. The CDC says COVID cases are down 94% since January. You're listening to ABC News..

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"A small town mayor is off to jail. I'm manufacture with what she did and how long she'll serve. We start with ABC News now at two o'clock. From ABC News. I'm Michelle Franzen. Senator Joe Manchin spoke with civil rights leaders today, fielding questions why he won't back. The House passed voting rights Bill West Virginia Democratic Senator Joe Manchin says he had a good and respectful conversation with black civil rights leaders about the path forward for a voting rights bill, the AKP said after the phone call, the groups are focused on finding common ground with Senator Manchin and with other lawmakers to pass federal legislation to protect the right to vote. Mansion wrote in an op ed Sunday. He does not support this sweeping for the People Act that passed the house, saying he wants to pass the narrower John Lewis Voting Rights Act with Republican support. Elizabeth ALS the ABC News Washington the White House, signaling that it is moving on from negotiations with Republicans when it comes to the infrastructure bill that, according to an administrative source Also adding that the president will now turn his focus to engaging with a bipartisan group of senators to try and find a deal a group that they welcome Senator Capital to join an Illinois man from Kennel Worth, Illinois north of Chicago, arrested today on federal charges related to the U. S Capitol siege. The FBI, meantime, creating an online messaging app that criminals used to plan and move drugs worldwide. While criminals around the world thought they were communicating only with themselves the encrypted devices they were using. We're actually sending copies of everything they wrote to the FBI. Because the FBI built the communications platform and shut down other platforms to funnel more criminals are away. The FBI's Suzanne Turner. The users were upper echelon command in control of over 300 transnational criminal organizations. In the past, 48 hours over 500 people have been arrested around the world like Stone. ABC nears after more than 600,000 deaths, the US seeing a turnaround in cases, the CDC says covid cases are down 94% since January. You're listening to ABC News..

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"The same in terms of numbers with a completely different strategy. Right. And a lot of people don't know. Some people are now wondering if the pandemic is somehow tied to the weather. You know, like a like a flu. See, Speaking of which confusing messages from the White House we have Dr Fauci is going to be our featured audio clip it six or five. Okay, we'll see what Tony this other one that does gonna makes people scratch their heads. Okay, let's get you out of your tough national stories this out from ABC News. I'm Sherry Preston. It's cold in Texas again this morning. Many parts of the state They're below freezing and more than 600,000. Homes and businesses still have no power. This is Jim Ryan in Dallas. We have been without power for 60 hours. Now it's about 55 inside the house, with the fireplace, going with her refuses to loosen its icy grip on Texas, and the search for relief from the sub Freezing misery has driven some people out of their homes, no power. I got my family sleeping in the car and they need to do something People are going to die. In fact, more than 30 have died directly or indirectly as result of the extreme cold. Jim really in ABC News Dallas Good news is that about two million customers did have their power restored overnight winter weather in Washington Means Air Force One won't be flying today. After all, President Biden was scheduled to travel to Michigan today to visit a finds her facility that's manufacturing the company's covert 19 vaccine. But ice and snow in D C has forced the White House to change plans. Finds her tour has been postponed until Friday. No public events at the White House today President Biden scheduled to get a covert 19 briefing, But that event will be closed to reporters..

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