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Biden Urges Local Governments to Stave off Evictions
"The pandemic continues. Americans everywhere face the loss of their home as early as this weekend. And it's not due to funding millions of Americans could be kicked out of their homes as soon as Sunday because Washington has failed to extend the moratorium on evictions. But the White House points the finger back at Congress, saying it's on them. The irony here. This is not a battle over funding. Congress has already allocated $47 billion to help tenants and landlords during the pandemic. But only three billion has been distributed. ABC News is congressional correspondent Rachel Scott. In a statement. President Biden said local government should use emergency rental assistance in American rescue plan funding to prevent every eviction
Fresh "Rachel Scott" from WLS-AM 890 Programming
"Be a pop up storm on Saturday Dry Sunday, your Saturday high with an isolated storm Chance 82 Sunday sign in the mid seventies from the Weather Channel meteorologist Mark Thibodeau wls AM 8 90 with another update in 30 Minutes Currently 69 at O'Hare at 70 at Midway 69 degrees along Chicago's lakefront. The city of Chicago now recommending the wearing of masks inside our Nic Gail has the details. Time to break out the masks yet again, the city announcing this afternoon, a recommendation that everyone over the age of to wear masks while indoors, this is the Delta very and continues to spread and the city surpassed 200 new covid 19 cases. Day Illinois health officials today confirming over 2300 new confirmed cases across the state. That's the second time in three days that the tally topped 2000 Nick Gale 8 90 WLS News and Cook County has done the same thing in lockstep with the CDC guidelines and is recommending universal masking while indoors. Late today. The House failed to extend the eviction moratorium after Republicans objected as the pandemic rages on. Americans everywhere face the losses of their homes or apartments as early as this weekend. Billions in federal funding have already been sent out to states to cover rent costs for those impacted by the pandemic, But records show almost none of it has gone out. A B. C S congressional correspondent Rachel Scott has more on the blame game in Washington, D C. President Biden is now putting pressure on state and local governments. In a statement, he says they must take all possible steps to immediately distribute those rental assistance funds. The reality here. Congress in the administration knew that this deadline was coming for weeks. And they did nothing about it. President Biden and Democratic lawmakers now planning to include immigration reform in a budget bill that would not require any Republican votes to pass the Senate. Republicans are calling the move and abuse of power. Illinois Senator Dick Durbin spoke on the Senate floor today. I believe the only viable option at this time for passing a path to citizenship is through really conciliation. The overwhelming majority of Americans support this pathway, many of whom have risked their lives to save Americans during the pandemic. This is a critical component of our economic recovery. Rebuilding. Our communities cannot wait any longer. Durban reminded Republicans, they used reconciliation in 2005 to pass the measure changing the number of green cards available for immigrants. Also President Biden slapped Cuban officials with new economic sanctions over the communist governments punishing response to pro democracy protests. Here's a B CS Andy Field. President Biden wants to hurt Cuban police financially, but at the same time, let Cuban Americans send money to their families. Their I've directed the State Department and Treasury Department. To provide me within one month recommendations of how to maximize the flow of Remittances to the Cuban people without the Cuban military taking their cut the president also trying to bypass that island sensors and help Cubans get access to the Internet. Andy FIELD, ABC NEWS Washington Long lines have been a problem at some DMVs across the state. So Secretary of State Jesse White is expanding the remote renewal process. This will let one million more people renew their driver's license or ID card online by phone or mail spokesperson Beth Kaufman. Maybe they had one minor traffic violation. In the past four years. Those people will be able to renew online as well. Notices will be sent out to those eligible for online renewable renewal. Pardon me from September Through February. Taking a look at WLS Sports. The erosion of the Cubs 2016 World Series championship team continued today with two more blockbuster trades. The Giants made a big splash just before the trade deadline this afternoon. Getting Star third baseman Kris Bryant from the Cubs for two minor leaguers also gone. Javier Baez, the New York Mets have acquired the shortstop and pitcher Trevor Williams from the Cubbies for an outfield prospect. Yesterday, first baseman Anthony Rizzo was traded to the Yankees. The White Sox. They made some moves as well, They get a little bit stronger. Thank you to the Cubs. The White Sox have acquired closer Craig Kimbrel from across town. From the Cubbies. The move should give the a L central leading white socks and fearsome bullpen action for their playoff push. Speaking of the White Sox there in action right now, on the south side against the Indians that game just about ready to get underway in the Cubs are out east taking on the nationals. That game is headed into the top of the fourth inning. The knots have a 21 lead. WLS news Time is 705 quick Look at traffic on Kennedy. This is inbound from Addison to the burn interchange traffic there. That's costing you an extra 35 minutes. And don't forget around Grant Park. You have a lot of street.
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"Correspondent Rachel Scott, is in Cornwall with the president. The president has said that he wants his relation to be stable and predictable. But President Putin and Russia have been very unpredictable. And this comes at a time when we are seeing the cyber threats, the cyber attacks. We know that is going to be one of the first things that the president brings up with Putin when they come face to face. And just about a week uproar today over reports that the Trump Justice Department was looking at the iPhone data of prominent Democrat Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff called it the weaponization of law enforcement, he and Congressman Eric Swalwell learned last month, the Justice Department in 2018 secretly subpoenaed Apple for their data and the data of their associates and family members as part of a hunt to find out who was leaking information about contacts between associates of former President Trump and Russia. Seizing the records of lawmakers is an extraordinary step and shift called for an investigation. That's correspondent Erin Khutor ski. The FDA is reportedly forcing Johnson and Johnson to toss out about 60 million doses of its covid vaccine. The doses were produced at a Baltimore plant that was shut down due to possible contamination. The FDA would only confirm that some batches were not suitable for use. What had seemingly become Brooklyn's biggest attraction is no more. That bus that have been stuck in a Brooklyn brownstone since Monday was today remove the The driver of that bus somehow lost control and slammed into the prospect Lefferts Gardens building on Monday. At least 12 people were hurt on the bus, but not seriously the Department of Buildings and waited until now to remove the bus. As the building's owner had to put ensuring so as to avoid a collapse. That's also a landmark building, so they're special considerations in terms of construction from here, the bus in the building became a tourist attraction as New Yorkers from all over gathered to take pictures of the bizarre sight. I'm James Flipping W O R news and the news is brought to you by National Realty learned the insider method of obtaining 18 to 21% targeted returns on Prime building locations. 69 degrees right now. Next up, we have the forecast to show you how easy it is to file a claim with Geico. We hired a Shakespearean actor woes Me. Wherefore art claims help when I had his defender Benda.
Three Washington State Officers Plead Not Guilty in Manuel Ellis' Restraint Death
"Committee. But Republicans, they're already brushing that off. Calling it political. ABC is Rachel Scott, three Police officers in Washington state have pleaded not guilty in the death of a black man while in their custody. What exactly happened during the confrontation with Manuel Ellis is still being debated. But the attorney general found enough evidence to charge to come. Officers Christopher Burbank and Matthew Collins, who are both white. With murder. Timothy Rankin, who is Asian, is charged with manslaughter attorneys for the 31 of them released on personal recognizance, But Judge Michael Schwartz said no degrees. It's a
House GOP Leaders Condemn Greene Over Holocaust Comments
"Republican leaders are responding to recent controversial comments by Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene. Green is under fire for comparing Covitz safety measures to the Nazi regime in Germany, ABC Rachel Scott has the story from Washington. Your days of silence. Republican leaders are now speaking out against Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene after she compared a mask and vaccine mandate to how Jews were treated during the Holocaust. The question now is what will Republicans do about in Green is not backing down. She is not apologizing. She has already been stripped of her committee assignments after promoting violence against Denver. Perhaps some Democrats do want her censured or expelled. But Republicans have stopped short of taking any action against her Emmy, while the Auschwitz memorial and Museum in Poland is also condemning Greens. Recent
GOP senators who voted to impeach Trump facing heat at home
"Her North Carolina's Republican Party tonight, Voting unanimously to censure Senator Richard Burr. He was one of seven GOP senators who voted to convict President Trump in his second impeachment trial. ABC is Rachel Scott says, Burn, maybe one of the first to be rebuked, but he won't be the last backlash on Lee growing. Louisiana Senator Bill Cassidy slept with center by his state GOP party still standing by his decision. I'm attempting to hold President Trump accountable just minutes before the final vote. Cassidy slipped a note to Senator Richard Burr, who leaned back and nodded in agreement when the time came. He also
Trump looks to reassert himself after impeachment acquittal
"President Trump Acquitted over the weekend for the second time in an impeachment trial. Seven Republican senators voted to convict him for his role in the capital siege. ABC is Rachel Scott, with Trump's reaction to the acquittal. We know he's relieved to have all of this over now he is plotting his next move, Senator Lindsey Graham said that he spoke with Trump. He says the former president is now committed to rebuilding the Republican Party ahead of 2022. But listen, he may be acquitted, but his legal troubles are far from over. We know he's facing that criminal investigation. And there in Georgia, looking into his attempt to try and overturn the election. So far, Trump still denying any
After not-guilty vote, McConnell says Trump 'morally responsible' for Capitol riot
"Leader Mitch McConnell being criticized for first delaying the impeachment trial of Donald Trump, and then for voting not guilty because he wouldn't convict a former president who was now out of office. Seven Republican senators did vote guilty, but it wasn't enough for a needed two thirds majority to convict. Shortly after the vote. McConnell address the Senate as a B C's congressional correspondent Rachel Scott reports, Minority Leader Mitch McConnell delivered a blistering speech on the Senate floor, eviscerating Trump, saying There is no question he is to blame for the violence on January 6 and defending his vote to acquit, saying the trial he delayed until Trump left office was unconstitutional. President Trump is still liable for everything he did while he was in office. Didn't get away with anything. Yeah, also
New details about Trump-McCarthy shouting match show Trump refused to call off the rioters
"A shouting match between the House Republican leader and the former president on January 6 when the capital was under attack. ABC is Rachel Scott has more from Capitol Hill. Source familiar telling ABC News Republican leader Kevin McCarthy and Donald Trump got into a shouting match and the insurrection was unfolding. The source says. McCarthy was on the phone with Trump pleading with him to tell his supporters to stand down, telling him he heard gunfire outside the House chamber. But Trump allegedly responded. Well, Kevin, I guess these people are more upset about the election than you are. And
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"NBC's Rachel Scott defense, arguing that the House managers selectively edited their evidence admitting the one time the president used the word peacefully. But House managers did address that word. Making their case, saying he only used it once and urged his supporters to fight more than a dozen times and that one speech. Still, his defense argued, this is not incitement. So how the defense do I think the president's lawyers blue? The House manager case out of the water. They legally eviscerated them. Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson, President Biden and leaning on Congress to pass his covert 19 relief proposal right away, he says it includes funding to reopen schools as quickly and safely as possible. Almost 5000 military medical troops will be deployed to vaccination sites. What we're trying to do is to make sure that Uh, when FEMA has identified sites. That we are poised, properly poised and ready to support those sites. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby covert 19 numbers of falling but that isn't much come comfort for many families was only a week ago that 57 year old Thomas Martinez contracted covert 19 last weekend. He died. Jason Poulter is Martinez. His nephew was the light. Everybody wanted to be around and just eight hours after Martinez died, his 33 year old son, Andrew Martinez, Garcia, also died. He too. Had Cove it. His best friend didn't know his symptoms. Were that serious? My heart dropped. The father and son were always together Cove it now leaving a large void in the family Like stone. Eby, CNN, U. S jets could pass a half million next week. You're listening to ABC news. From.
Capitol riot footage presented as evidence at Donald Trump's impeachment trial
"Made in washington as the impeachment trial of former president donald trump gets underway the first time the president has ever faced impeachment for a second time at the first president to face it impeachment trial after leaving office. The former president facing one count of incitement of insurrection after the siege of the capital on january. Six the indictment saying he was singularly responsible for it the trial taking place there at the capitol the senate chamber a crime scene just a month ago now serving as a courtroom today those senators who witnessed the deadly riding firsthand now serving as jurors sixty five hundred national guard troops on duty there but democrat house managers. Who are prosecuting. the case. Be getting their case with graphic. Thirteen minute video from january. Six with the former presidents and what his supporters were saying when they stormed the capital. Some saying we are listening to trump house manager. Jamie raskin trying to link the president's words in the weeks and hours before the riots and the deadly chaos saying if that's not impeachable there's no such thing. Lawmakers and their staff members huddling from the riders gas masks at the ready. The former president's lawyers denouncing the writers but insisting tonight the former president is not to blame and that the trial is unconstitutional. But late today. Republicans joining the democrats voting. The trial is constitutional. And we'll move forward. We have it all covered tonight on. What was a tense and emotional day inside that chamber. Abc's rachel scott leading us off tonight from the hill tonight. History made in washington the first time. A president faces a second impeachment trial and the first time a president is tried after leaving office today. Democrats wasted no time making their case against donald trump forcing senators to relive the heroine moments from one month ago. Sitting in the very chamber came under attack house impeachment managers playing a graphic thirteen minute. Video reminding senators what the president told his supporters right before the capital siege. Refined fight like hell. And if you don't fight like hell you're not gonna have a country anymore trying to link trump's own words in the weeks and hours before the deadly riots to the chaos that been played out in the capital senators watching in rapt silence. You ask what a high crime and misdemeanor is under our constitution. That's a high crime and misdemeanor. If that's not an impeachable offense than there is no such thing. Lead prosecutor representative jamie raskin. Growing emotional members of his family were with him that day at the capitol recalling what his daughter sent to him and know what she said she dad. I don't wanna come back to the democrats argue. The constitution is on their side and say even though trump is no longer the president he should still be held accountable for his actions in the final weeks of his presidency. Asking if they don't hold them accountable. What could future presidents do when their final weeks insisting in their words there should be no january exception. What you experienced that day. What we experienced that day. What our country experienced. That day is the framers. Worst nightmare come to life. Presidents can't inflame insurrection in their final weeks. And then walk away like nothing happened then. The former presidents team lead defense attorney. Bruce castor denouncing the insurrection insisting those responsible are criminals and should be prosecuted to the furthest extent of the law but arguing. Trump is not one of them. We can't possibly be suggesting that we punish people for political speech in this country that offense things since trump was removed from the white house by voters. The democrats case has no ground and that it's unconstitutional holding impeachment trial for former president for a great many americans. See this process for exactly what it is a chance by. A group of partisan politicians seeking to eliminate donald trump from the american political scene and after four hours of arguments. Six republican siding with democrats voting. The trial should move forward
Five of Trump's Impeachment Lawyers Quit Just 9 Days Before Trial
"Of the ex president's impeachment lawyers have quit. ABC is Rachel Scott in Washington Sources are telling us that this came down to a disagreement over strategy. Former President Donald Trump, one of his attorneys to push is baseless and false claims about widespread election fraud, and his defense team wanted to argue that the trial itself was unconstitutional. But that divide has now left former President Donald Trump without a defense team just nine days before his impeachment trial
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"MJ Milwaukee from ABC News. I'm Richard Can't Who? What do you do when you suspect a family member of becoming radicalized for 18 year old Jackson? Ref it? It was a simple decision. His father guy W. F. It is among the accused US capital insurrectionists. His son says Dad returned home to Texas and admitted to being among that group and threatened to shoot him if he told Objection. It already told police after watching his father change in recent months over the course of two years, it can twist the whole family to being completely against each other and I feel like I should have to have the voice to tell people that it's okay to come forward Reference. Speaking to Good Morning America, former President Trump's impeachment trial in the Senate set for February, 8th Trump survived the first trial and may very well prevail in this one. You have some Republicans here on the bed and then you have Republicans that are rallying behind the president, but bottom line here You have not heard from a single Republican senator who has come forward to say they plan to vote to convict the president. ABC is Rachel Scott, an important step forward is control of the Senate shifts from Republican Democratic Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is allowing a Senate power sharing deal to advance organizing the evenly split Senate with Democrats in control. It comes after McConnell was reassured that the filibuster a stalling tactic for the minority that requires 60 votes to overcome will remain intact. ABC is Alex Parrish, a in Washington at least 20 people injured after a suspected tornado hit Fulton Dale, Alabama Birmingham suburb. Ray Hendricks was staying at a hotel when it hit. I got out of bed to look out the window, and once I looked out the window, the window was shaking and the wind was blowing and I could see the garbage cans at the gas station next door. Blowing all over the place. No fewer than 20. People hurt Fulton, Dale's mayor says they're still extricating people from collapsed buildings. You're listening to ABC News, Everything to 77. CvN WTMJ milk from the ethics Wealth Management studios. CIA's use radio WTMJ.
Democrats ready impeachment articles against Donald Trump
"From the start of what could be President Trump's second impeachment. Democrats in the House tomorrow plan to formally accuse the president of inciting the rioters who invaded the capital and assault that led to five deaths. Vote could happen on Wednesday. All this happening less than a year after the Senate acquitted Trump of abuse of power. Whether there are enough votes to remove Trump remains to be seen. Then there's the timing. Trump has just 10 days left in office. ABC is Rachel Scott has more With just 10 days left in office. President Trump is facing the threat of impeachment again. He has done something so serious that there should be prosecution against him. House Democrats are just 24 hours away from introducing a resolution accusing the president of willfully inciting violence against the government. And demanding that he be held accountable for it. You'll never take back our country with weakness. You have to show strength and you have to be strong. If this is not impeachable conduct, then nothing is That's why we're going to introduce the article of impeachment. This Monday. At least 180. House Democrats are backing that impeachment resolution, but only a small group of GOP lawmakers have considered removing trump from office. Latest retiring Senator Pat Toomey, the president committed impeachable offenses. But a group of several House Republicans and other allies are now asking President elect Joe Biden to put a stop to any efforts to impeach the president, saying it is as a necessary as it is inflammatory. Tell them Stand down. This will destroy the country even further. You have the power to do that. The question is, Do you have the courage to do it? But in the final days of his presidency, Trump is spending the weekend isolated at the White House. Vice President Mike Pence, now plans to attend Joe Biden's inauguration despite the president himself, saying he'll skip the event and now
180 House members sign onto article of impeachment
"Trump facing pressure to either resign or be removed from office. At least 180 representatives signing on all Democrats Senator Bernie Sanders writing some people ask, why would you impeach and convict the president? Who only has a few days left in office. The answer president, it must be made clear that no president now or in the future can lead an insurrection against the U. S government. Though Democrats say some Republicans have committed to impeach on Lee, A handful of GOP lawmakers have publicly supported the idea of removing Trump from office. ABC. Rachel Scott president elected Joe Biden's dog
Pro-Trump mob launches insurrection at US Capitol amid Biden certification
"So glad you could join us on juju chang. i'm byron pitch tonight dramatic images at the. Us capitol building. We're just today. It was the scene of one of the darkest days. In american history of failed insurrection byron. It was a sea of lawlessness incited by the president storming the halls of congress tonight. Lawmakers returning to the floor to certify president elect. Joe biden's victory for the very latest we go straight to. Abc's rachel scott reporting from just outside the capital. Rachel you witness the mayhem and bloodshed at the capitol. Today walk us through the day. The president's speech to the protesters to how quickly it turned violent mood you do. This really was a final stand for the president. You saw him address his supporters. Making it clear that he will not concede they wanted to take up that fight so we saw thousands of them marched right here to the steps of the us capital calm and then chaos and violence. They stormed from all sides smashing in windows pushing pass the capitol guards to get inside of that capital to the senate floor. Lawmakers huddled under their desks outside. We were hearing chance a fight for trump. One woman tonight lost her life and we watched as she was wheeled out onto a stretcher gushing out blood from a wound that looked like it was appear to be in her neck. We did not know her condition later. On jeju we found out that she unfortunately lost her life. It's been a long day of reporting for you. Rachel scott thanks for joining us. Stay thanks you action. And chaos at the us capitol and attempted overthrow democracy. Like we've never seen in american history black sheer terror as lawmakers duck and cover while vilest pro-trump moths to see of us. With a horrifying day for american bloodshed mob violence fear among the people's elected representatives. Doing the people's business that they might be killed tear gas wafting through the chamber house of representatives. You could not have been greater contrast and a greater tragedy for that constitution shots fired inside the house chamber of donald that the doors and windows bashed in described. This scene happening behind me here. As trump supporters have taken over the west lawn. Here all this happening as the us congress is supposed to be certifying. president elect joe. Biden's victory threatening. The safety of duly elected officials is thought protest. it's insurrection when the day dawned in dc. The nation expected a very different kind of drama. To play out today was supposed to be one of those days in the democratic process that we don't even notice this is the verdict of our people and then the congress counts them by mid morning. Thousands of trump's supporters were gathering for save. America march not far from the white house there to protest president trump's november election defeat. Just fourteen days. Before joe biden's inauguration trump's family appeared first drumming up the crown with incendiary rhetoric. This is donald trump's republican party. We are in this fight to the bitter end to take our country back at noon. The president took the stage further. Fueling the fire of anger and dissent. We will never give up. We will never concede it doesn't happen. You don't conceive with his death. He called on congress to reject the election results an election. He lost by seven million votes but continues to call rigged despite no evidence to walk down anyone you want but i think right here. We're going to walk down to the capital. You'll never take back our country with weakness you have to show strength and you have to be strong speaker the vice president and the united states senate by one o'clock the much anticipated joint session of congress got underway when we got to the state of arizona. A republican member of congress named paul gosar stood up to object that objection forcing the house and senate to separate and debate over on the senate side. Majority leader mitch. Mcconnell bluntly confronting his republican colleagues voters court and estates all spoke if we overrule them it would damage our republic forever as debate continued inside outside president trump supporters arriving in the mood distinctly changes demonstrators soon climbing the walls and scaffolding violently confronting law enforcement. Clear that the crowd was intent on causing harm to our officers by deploying chemical irritants police. While inside. the vice president was whisked away by the secret service as the mob moved in the entire capital went into lockdown but protesters were already inside some carrying confederate flags. Law enforcement was no match for the sheer size of the invasion officers forced to retreat in the house chamber. Lawmakers huddled in the balcony as armed security barricaded. The door
Georgia election: All you need to know about key Senate runoff races
"Critical Georgia run offs, which will determine control of the Senate. The latest FIVETHIRTYEIGHT polling averages show the race is nearly deadlocked. Republican incumbent David Perdue trails Democratic challenger John Assaf. By about a percentage point in the regular election, while Senator Kelly La Flor, who was appointed to fill a vacancy trails her Democratic challenger, the Reverend Raphael Warren, up by almost two points in the special election. Our correspondent Rachel Scott, is in Atlanta with the very latest. Good morning, Rachel. Martha Good Morning, and Georgia already seeing record voter turnout for a special election. More than three million have already cast their ballot here who had just 48 hours ago. One of the Republicans in the race, Senator David Perdue, is now on the sidelines. He isn't self quarantine after coming into close contact with a campaign staffer who tested positive for covert 19. And the stakes could just not be higher. Republicans are calling this their last line of defense Democrats say what happens here in Georgia will set the course of Joe Biden's presidency. So to pull this off, Democrats would have to win both of their races that would bring the split in the Senate to 50 50 and then Vice President elect Kamila Harris would serve As the tie breaking vote. But if one of those Democratic candidates lose just one of their races, Republicans will be hanging on to majority in the Senate. And at this point, it's all about turning out the base to vote. So that's why tomorrow you will see President Trump and President elect Joe Biden campaigning here, he don't know. Biden was the first Democrat to win the state of Georgia and nearly 30 years. Runoff elections in this state have largely favored Republicans. But then on the flip side, you have some Republicans who are concerned that the president's own words that the election is rigged. That these runoff are invalid will then cost them majority in the Senate mark back. And Rachel Scott. Thanks very much for more. Let's bring in the former Democratic leader in the Georgia House of Representatives and the founder of Fair Fight, Stacey Abrams. Good morning to you. We've seen those polls that give Democrats a slight edge. But is there anything you're seeing on the ground that gives you concern? No concern? Just a great deal of urgency. We did very well in vote by mail. We did very well in early vote, but we know Election Day is going to be the likely high turnout day for Republicans, So we need Democrats who haven't cast their ballots to turn out. If they have any questions to go toe I will vote dot com to find their polling places and two months ago even is Joe Biden was winning Georgia John Assaraf trailed Republican David Perdue by nearly 90,000 votes and in the special election. The Republican candidates combined for nearly 50,000 more votes than the Democrats. I know that roughly 75,000 new voters have been registered since early November. How certain are you that those are Democrats were very certain that most of those were Democrats. Given the composition based on race and age, and let's be clear. We know a number of the people who voted for Joe Biden. As Democrats sometimes just skip the rest of the ballot. They came out to vote for the president because of a number of low propensity voters who came out for Democrats. What we're so excited about is that we haven't stopped reaching those voters. Millions of contacts have been made. Thousands of new registrations have been held, and we know that at least 100,000 people who did not vote in the general election are now voting in this election, and they again are disproportionately young and disproportionately people of color and does the fact that Biden outperform the Senate races indicate that his win really was more about President Trump than it was representative of some kind of ideological shift to the Left in the state. Not at all. We know that for new voters, especially new voters of color, There's a tendency to only vote in races where they are certain of the outcome. They know Joe Biden. Joe Biden's been a part of American politics for 40 plus years and so for a number of new voters, they're going to vote on Lee when they're confident. That's why we spent this time over the last nine weeks, educating voters about Jon Ossoff's and Raphael Warnock. They've crisscrossed the state and we believe we've closed that distance and that the voters that are turning out now absolutely no them and are standing by their sides and voting for them and you
Trump signs coronavirus relief and government funding bill into law after lengthy delay
"President Trump hoping Congress passes stimulus payments of $2000. He signed a coronavirus relief bill yesterday after pushing for the higher amount Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Cheering the president's signature. The Kentucky Republican saying that bipartisan bill extends a major lifeline to Americans overnight, President Trump changing course again, finally signing the $2.3 trillion spending and stimulus relief bill with just 24 hours to go until the government shut down. The president's reversal came after he held onto the bill for nearly a week. Letting unemployment benefits run dry for millions. While for days he blasted the deal his own team helped negotiate. It really is a disgrace. But under pressure from lawmakers, he suddenly decided to move forward getting relief into the hands of Americans like Amanda Drennan, who lost her job of 16 years back in March. I worry and I care about myself. In my family. We need Coben relief so bad. The package includes $600 checks for Americans who earn less than $75,000 a year. Plus enhance unemployment benefits and funding for small businesses in vaccine distribution. In a statement, the president still insisting he wants more money going to the American people and the form of $2000 checks per adult. Democrats in the House are expected to rally behind the measure today to boost those direct payments. The American people want $2000 they needed Given the economic crisis, But that likely won't stand a chance for Republicans in the Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell, making no such commitment. In his statement overnight, saying on Lee, the president's leadership has prevented a government shutdown at a time when our nation could not have afforded one and despite the president's demands, he failed to get a single thing changed in that bill. Democrats are blasting him for the delay, saying it will have consequences for millions of Americans out of work, warning that they're now will be a weeks long delay before those unemployment benefits are started back up again. And on top of that, it's just still unclear how soon those stimulus checks will get to the American people. A B C's Rachel Scott
President Trump signs COVID relief, spending bill averting shutdown. So what happens now?
"And President Trump signed the money bill tonight for covert relief and preventing a government shutdown late tomorrow night. He tweeted a hint hours beforehand, says ABC is Rachel Scott. The president said that there is good news to come on the code word relief bill on that more information will follow. We do know that Democrats want to take Trump up off on his offer. It increased the amount of those stimulus checks to $2000 House lawmakers. Will be voting on a stand alone bill. But still that is unlikely to get through in the Senate. Republicans want to keep the overall spending on this bill down the House returns tomorrow, with votes expected one on increasing covert stimulus checks to $2000. House also expected to vote on overriding the president's veto of the defense authorization
"rachel scott" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"VI exploded in chief John Drake credited them with moving people away from danger. They heard RV given out a message, basically saying that it was going to detonate within a certain time frame. But she said there had been no recent threats to the A T and T building where the RV park three people hospitalized are in stable condition, including a four year old girl. Erin Khutor SKI ABC News No word. Whether President Trump it is Florida Golf Resort has signed her veto the covert relief bill or the measure to keep the government running past Monday night. NBC's Rachel Scott. Angela Moore had covert 19. Then she lost her job now holding her breath waiting to see if that critical laid comes through. I just feel like we've been Treated like Yo yo like we're being pond between you know, Um Republicans, Democrats and the president. The federal moratorium on evictions expires next week. The cost per vote be in the campaign for Georgia's January 5th. Senate runoff. CBC's line of buoys over two months, Democrats John all soft and Reverend Raphael Warnock have raised more than $100 million each. The races in Georgia determine which party controls the Senate, which has led to massive spending in the state, all soft and warm. Talk have already spent more than $179 million each and their latest disclosures show they had about $40 million on hand. Their opponents, Senators David Perdue and Kelly Leffler, have spent more than $106 million and had 37 million on hands, listening to ABC News We're always driving to dance lessons. So we signed.
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"Ready, bursting at the seams. He expects it'll be this way for at least another month because of holiday gatherings. There's Jenny Korea said. The worst is when she works a 12 hour shift and then sees people outside the hospital flouting guidelines. And that's really frustrating because every day I see I look into the eyes of someone who's struggling to breathe Christmas in a pandemic. Aaron Carter Ski ABC News Airlines and U. S airports that received flight from Great Britain were working towards us. But the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has now made it policy. People flying to the U. S from the UK will have to have a negative coping test within three days of flying. The president spent Christmas Eve on the Florida golf course. While jittery Americans wait for him to sign pandemic relief without it, unemployment benefits, eviction protections in the $600 direct payments are in serious jeopardy. The president could end this crisis and sign the bill, or he could be to it that would force lawmakers back. Washington to try and override the president. But if he does absolutely nothing over the course of the next 10 days, that bill will expire and then it will be up to the next Congress to try and pass another round of coronavirus relief. ABC is Rachel Scott in Columbus, Ohio, family of Andre Hill. Has nothing to celebrate this holiday Police chief Thomas Quinlan announcing he is recommending the firing of Officer Adam Coy who shot and killed unarmed black man Andre Hill this week. I have seen everything I need to see. To reach the conclusion that Officer Coy must be terminated Disciplinary hearing for calling on Monday. You're listening to ABC. So one Christmas.
"rachel scott" Discussed on WTVN
"The government shuts down Monday and there are other effects in just 48 hours. 14 million will lose unemployment benefits. The federal moratorium on evictions expires in one week, but the president is instead using the crisis to raise money for himself. Blasting out a fundraising email asking supporters to donate to send a message to Congress that Eric and people are better. ABC is Rachel Scott. A three judge panel of the Chicago based federal Appeals court upheld a lower court that throughout the president's lawsuits seeking to have him declared the winner in Wisconsin, a perhaps unexpected side effect of pandemic restrictions. Fewer opportunities for would be terrorists. This month of pro Isis group published holiday themed posters that called on followers to attack the West, a counterterrorism brief obtained ABC News said. These graphics alone are not indicative of any specific or credible attack. Covert 19 restrictions limiting holiday events in large crowds are also limiting attack options for would be terrorists. Analysts conclude the terror threat this Christmas season probably is low. Aaron Contar SKI ABC News New York in Columbus, Ohio, the family of Andre Hill. Has nothing to celebrate this holiday Police chief Thomas Quinlan announcing he's recommending the firing of Officer Adam Coy who shot and killed unarmed black man Andre Hill this week. I have seen everything I need to see. To reach the conclusion that officer Coy must be terminated. Wisconsin's commotion, news reports online retailer print if I citing an anti violence policy Stop selling merchandise supporting Kyle written house. The teenager who traveled from Illinois to shoot and killed two people and wounded third during a racial injustice protest in Kenosha this past summer. You're listening to ABC news. We've all heard it eat healthy. But what does eating healthy mean? Sure, There are countless diets out there, but they contradict each other. Yet all experts agree we should eat a diet rich in fruits and vegetables. Whole fruits and vegetables are the perfect fuel.
"rachel scott" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Tonight. But the help is said to be far from what struggling Americans really need a breakthrough in Congress after more than six months of failed negotiations, finally striking a deal to get much needed relief to the American people. The roughly $900 billion package expected to include 300 billion and ate two businesses, $300 in weekly federal unemployment benefits and $600 in direct payments for millions of Americans, half of what the government sent out back in March. He's Rachel Scott, the final vote. Erected on Monday, followed by President Trump's signature. Meantime, the president welcoming unknown election conspiracy theorist back to the White House, having fuel to the talk, he's trying to circumvent the election and stay in office. President Trump had cut attorney Sidney Powell from his legal team after she launched multiple lawsuits aimed at overturning the 2020 election, which were all failures. But Powell was back at the White House Sunday evening, pitching an executive order to seize voting machines for examination. Trump and Powell met in the Oval Office. Also on Friday night, and we're joined by Trump's former national security adviser, Michael Flynn. According to sources, the president discussed Powell being appointed a special counsel to investigate baseless claims of widespread fraud in the 2020 election. Katherine Walters, ABC NEWS Washington concerned in the UK, and here in the U. S over, reported new strain of covert 19 hitting southern England. Several European countries now banning flights from Britain do US has not taken similar measures on a mission. New York's governor is calling reprehensible. Right now, this variant in the UK is getting on a plane and flying to JFK. How many times in life?.
U.S. Commerce Department confirms security "breach"
"Keep control of the Senate. ABC is Rachel Scott. Sources confirmed to ABC News that the Treasury and Commerce departments were hacked. A company providing software to the government agencies calls the cyber breach a highly sophisticated attack. Unclear what if anything, was taken. Our sources are telling us that Russian government is being looked at as the possible culprit. Authorities are aggressively investigating to figure out how this happened to make sure it can't continue into the future. We also are being told that the National Security Council has been advised and are aware FBI and Department of Homeland Security and other
Trump blasts Supreme Court as having ‘no wisdom’ after it dismisses suit to overturn election
"Electoral college meeting to finalize the results of the election. President Trump still vowing to continuous fight over unproven widespread voter fraud allegations, The president celebrated that vaccine news. But But then he did turn toe blasting the Supreme Court, which for the second time this week rejected a case tied to his fight to try and overturn the results of the 2020 election. That lawsuit sought to throw out millions of votes and four battleground states, the high court saying that it lacks legal standing President Trump in tweeting the Supreme Court really let us down. No wisdom. No courage. ABC News, White House correspondent Rachel Scott Time
Biden transition team dismisses Trump fraud claims as "desperate"
"Elect Biden's transition team is talking about the latest election lawsuits. A former lawyer for President Trump's campaign and supporters. Making Georgia their focus now asking state officials to overturn vote counts in the peach state over unproven claims of fraud. ABC is White House correspondent Rachel Scott says Biden's team is describing the lawsuits is a sign of desperation. At least 30 cases have been tossed out of court. Judge after judge calling their arguments meritless and speculative, the latest in Pennsylvania, the federal appeals court handing the president yet another defeat and this time the scathing opinion from a judge. The president appointed himself.
"rachel scott" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"We're seeing more cases in more places than ever before. Unfortunately, the numbers are going up and they're going to continue to go up and get worse. Already happening. Mork cases Maurin hospitals and In many states in New York state, Jim's bars and restaurants must now close a 10 p.m.. It's not political, says Governor Andrew Cuomo. Look at the numbers. If the numbers go up, and if they're increasing and they're not slowing, then you have to restrict activity. This man among the thousands, most of whom not wearing masks, now headed home from a big trump march and rally in the streets of Washington. Today, he says he traveled from Oregon. There's a lot of Trump supporters that are upset because Biden and his cronies and the radical left or trying to steal the election. ABC is Rachel Scott Haydn moving forward with his own coronavirus task force, but only four Senate Republicans have ignored. Touched him as the president elect and Trump's team is still not accepting the results. Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, taking over the slew of election lawsuits, but judges in Michigan and Pennsylvania dismissed Trump's case on voter fraud. For lack of credible evidence here. New Covert restrictions will send unemployment rates skyrocketing again. ABC is Deirdre Bolton says those relying on federal help face an uncertain future with the cares act expiring soon. If you are struggling, contact your utilities companies most have grace programs they will work with. You seem to be said for bags for any kind of bank debt mortgages, for example, you do have to call The banks know they have to be flexible. They will work with you because they stay home a lot, a new German government and hails couch potatoes as virus heroes. Threatening a second tropical strike for Nicaragua and Honduras. Trump Storm Iota recently clobbered by Hurricane ADA forecasters say could hit Central American coast Monday. You're listening to ABC News, Arizona's news.
"rachel scott" Discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show
"That i love that. That's great. I love that. I've been playing it for three minutes. You'd think i'd know that. I loved by now. It's like i just started listening to it but i love that we have. We've some serious business here. Rachel scott from abc news by the way diamond bar is very own rachel sky. Hey ryan how're you doing good to have you back on rachel. How're you doing. I wanted to get your perspective. You actually in dc right now. I am and i'm on my way to delaware. Where joe biden and senator. Kamla harris are so If i taking all coffee orders At this point not enough capping in the world right. Now we're all the political reporters out. There has been an extremely extremely long long forty eight hours. A long week already has really. I wanted to commend. All of the reporting that's going on you know on different networks different news outlets everybody's working so hard for example your chief anchor george stephanopoulos. This guy's been on the air for three days. I mean i'm not seeing off the air. Incredible i know incredible. I mean seriously. We worked all the way through our special events coverage seven pm right there on. Gna morning and all the way through today as we're still counting getting getting old. Then i mean he was in the white house. George worked in the white house. So this is like this is lane but right so let's talk about dc. This is what. I'm curious about because there's so much unknown this week with all of the different states in the results but i'm curious about what was what is washington. Dc been like this week in the wake of tuesday. Yeah well. I would say this to things are for sure that voters right now. They're engaged but they also are on edge and we're seeing that play out right here in the nation's capital right outside the white house you have this dry nor miss perimeter setup. You have these huge fences around the entire white house complex. We saw crowds to gather outside of the white house and remember that has really been the center for a lot of the unrest in the nation and in the nation's capital after the killing of george floyd the summer racial unrest. People have taken to the streets and so again. They gathered with the message that they want. President trump out of office. The also came with a message and make sure that every single vote is counted. And that is what i keep hearing from a lot of voters that i'm talking to as results continue to come in. They just wanna make sure we get this right. Rachel intern at the white house and she was there. How long were you at the white house. For the obama administration was six months six months Back when he was running reelection actually well. So let me ask you to speculate so you were inside the white house for six months. There's a different administration obviously in the white house. Now what do you think. It's been like to be in the white house this week. Oh they're all anxious they're just like americans right now there on the edge of they're trying to figure out what exactly is going to happen and right now. The pathway seventy is really hinging on some critical battleground states. And the reason why you're waiting so long is because some of these states like pennsylvania. They don't actually start getting the balance until actually on election day. And so you have this sturgeon record of voting that we have seen early voters turning out like we have never seen before and those ballots are now just slowly being opened and unsealed and counted one by one and that just takes time. I do ask you before you go as were all glued to. What's happening this week. Your story is interesting. And for i think for people who are they discover a passion or they discover something that they're really interested in at an early age or through schooling college. I'm looking at some details stories. So you're from diamond bar. You were vice. President student body graduated. Usc degree in journalism. And then you move fr jimmu from southern california to new york. Then so how did you. I mean i. I'm talking head you're talking at your studied in what you do but that's a big break for you early in your career is how did that happen. Yeah and that's the whole thing taking risks right. I mean. I took a risk. And i moved straight to new york. I got a job working as production associate for abc news. Four years ago on election night my job was making briefing books. Printing out cards for anchors giving them research materials and here. I am four years later at the white house correspondent reporting on what is one of the most critical election of our lifetime. I it is just. It's such a pinch me moment right To go from being a pa learning the ropes. Getting my feet wet too now. Being able to report and cover abyss administration cover the democratic candidate. Joe biden as well. I spent a lot of time out on the road especially before the pandemic but even just this past weekend i was in michigan. Crisscrossing the state covering both biden's events and president trump on the ground So this is a dream job. And i am like stunned that i am able to do it so quickly. But i'm just also so so so very thankful diamond bar. High schools vary on rachel. Scott thank you for coming on. It's a great story. I love hearing people's inspiring stores. I really do. Thanks for coming on. Good luck this week. Thanks ryan toxin by now. That's that's a big deal. I mean like i. I would be so afraid to say anything on news saying i believe me. I've been asked to do news before and nothing you don't want me to do. I mean what kind of news we talking about. I didn't do not put me as correspond for something like that. I won't last long. Alright access to now horns livestream see. That's that's my sweet spot now. Horns livestream and ryan roses. 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"rachel scott" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"It's ABC is Rachel Scott, You're listening to ABC News. Now, here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 KFBK man brutally attacks to family members after they asked him to keep his marijuana smoke out of the house. He was sentenced to over 11 years in prison for two counts of elder abuse and two counts of battery causing serious bodily injury after an attack on his 72 year old sister and his mother, a former sergeant is suing the Yellow County sheriff's Office for firing him based on false claims. Former officer Jean Island, believes he was really fired for speaking out against sexual harassment and exposing efforts by leaders to cover it up. The lawsuit describes a sexual relationship between an officer and a records clerk, which included the two having sex in a patrol vehicle and that the officer threatened the clerk to stay quiet. The glass fire in Napa and Sonoma County's isn't now 97% contained over 67,000 acres or burned. The fire has been active for 19 days. I'm Jody Guerrero. Sacramento traffic taking a look at KFBK traffic right now a trouble spot on north bound 99 just before Fruit Ridge Road into three vehicle crash. Two of the vehicles are in the center divide, whereas another vehicle the third. One involved is a silver SUV, and it's facing the wrong way in the third lane from the right. CHP crews are headed to the scene and reportedly, one of the parties is trying to push that vehicle. From the third lane from the left out off the roadways would definitely keep that in mind. As you're driving through over to south on Grass Valley Highway be on the lookout for a bin in the left lane out there, it's right near Luther Road. Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. I'm Christine Samra News 93.1 kfbk Now Sacramento weather Clear skies tonight Low 54 to 58 Sunny and hot Tomorrow High 91 95 record is 96 from 1988. Clear skies tomorrow night Low 51 to 59 Sunshine on Sunday High 89 93 Mac, you weather meteorologist Bob. Summer Back news 93.1 kfbk. The following is a paid program. The views and opinions expressed are.
"rachel scott" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Arrest in the hospital. I was scare not gonna lie. I was the whole process was scary. It was just I at first I didn't I didn't make a lot of pull it through muscle. Tropical storm beta causing wind and high surf in Galveston, Texas, forecast for possibly over a foot of rain on Treasure Island off Galveston. Jim Weather says his family is talking up on food and water, hoping their home built high off the ground keeps him safe. Storm Tropical Storm And isn't even here yet. And if it comes in around, dumps all that rain, we're gonna get it all right here. How 16 ft above Ground. The latest forecast track just out has beta hitting the coast tomorrow near Victoria, Texas and slowing down Destruction from a wind driven wildfire in the mountains north east of Los Angeles, now about 156 square miles, burning structures homes in a nature center in the southern California Wildlife Centre. Former VP Joe Biden and staffers working with Democratic leadership in the House and Senate on strategy for the Supreme Court. Vacancy. Sosa BIDEN Aid to ABC News ABC is Rachel Scott on two Republican senators Lisa Murkowski, joining Susan Collins, saying she will not support taking up a potential Supreme Court vacancy. This close to the election. Republicans can only afford to lose the support of three senators. Vice President Mike Pence would break a tie. ABC is Rachel Scott, You're listening to ABC News. Okay. Some goodness, I hard radio's new true crime podcast paper Ghosts investigates a decades long search for four young girls who vanished from their neighboring New England hometowns. You tried to say anything to them about her? They didn't like her, but recently uncovered evidence could change.
"rachel scott" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"For fourteen days ABC's Rachel Scott Richard Cantu ABC news now K. two whether you will notice more clouds as we begin the week the upper level easterly flow will shift to a southerly flow bringing in clouds from the south in from offshore daytime highs will drop into the upper sixties and low seventies will also see a chance of scattered showers or scattered isolated thunderstorms across western Oregon and the cascades early in the week so be prepared for the changes indicate to stormtracker weather center I'm Rhonda Shelby and I heart radio station eleven ninety K. E. X. available everywhere with the I heart radio app now number one for broadcasting eleven ninety Zacks Warner he says Warner you certainly this call may contain this morning no yup No Way sure legs spread soon my finding the funding the reason why some jogging on the other but I think when people run in circles and so to talk to Richard call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk to Richard from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five this is coast to coast AM with your guest Richards Jerry so this is Curt Smith of tears for fears with his daughter diva.
"rachel scott" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The mayor of New York City ABC's Rachel Scott has more on the White House response New York governor Andrew Cuomo warning the country's hardest hit state could run out of ventilators in just a few days but the president telling our Jon Karl New York is well they certainly should they should have had more ventilators they were totally under serviced we are trying to do we're doing our best for New York we've worked very well with the governor we happen to think that he's well served with ventilators president trump also said he is not going to follow the CDC's new recommendation that Americans wear masks you can do it you don't have to do it I'm choosing not to do it but some people may want to do it and that's okay it may be good probably will that make it a recommendations only recommendations voluntary the CDC's advising people to wear the masks that are made out of cloth or fabric non medical masks they want everyone to reserve medical masks for medical personnel the nation's most populous state has not seen the intense spike in corona virus cases that other areas have experienced so California's governor says this is the time to get ready governor Gavin Newsom says modelling shows a peak here in California will be in may well numbers are still rising here Newsome says luckily cases have not been spiking like they are in New York we're doing all we can to continue to take advantage of this wall the governor announcing new programs to put California's homeless into hotels rented by the state to protect them from corona virus Alex stone ABC news Los Angeles president trump fired the intelligence community's inspector general Michael Atkinson saying.
"rachel scott" Discussed on KOMO
"Rachel Scott is in west Palm Beach Florida as president had to clarify where he has stood on this first he said that he would not comply with Congress he stood by that decision and then after taking some heat and getting some more questions about this he has appeared to walk this back he says he would now will be any subpoena issued to him but insists that the focus should be on president trump's conduct not his and following a major winter storm barreling through the heartland at this hour delivering dangerous ice punishing wind and heavy snow you're listening to ABC news with the stock market at all time highs cashing your profits now invest in an asset that can potentially pay for up to twenty or more years that's the sound of a producing oil well and the sound of a smart investment if you aren't as easy to find accredited investor you can take advantage of encore energies projects call now to learn how you can potentially achieve twenty or more years of income and deduct one hundred percent of every dollar invested against all forms of income call one eight hundred eight oh three eighty five eleven invest in your future and by oil encores drilling in an area that is potentially one of the most prolific horizontal oil plays in the entire country oil prices are projected to rise so you need to own a piece of an oil field on core energy is the most active oil and gas operator in its core area of operations call now and learn how to deduct one hundred percent of your investment and create twenty or more years of potential monthly income call one eight hundred eight oh three eighty five eleven you'll be calling directly to the home office of encore energy that's one eight hundred eight oh three eighty five eleven on a does not involve a high degree of risk and actual results may very the wildfires in Australia expected to continue thousands of koalas along parts of the New South Wales coast feared killed over the past few months.
"rachel scott" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Rachel Scott is in west Palm Beach Florida as president had to clarify where he has stood on this first he said that he would not comply with Congress he stood by that decision and then after taking some heat and getting some more questions about this he has appeared to walk this back he says he would now will be any subpoena issued to him but insists that the focus should be on president trump's conduct not his and following a major winter storm barreling through the heartland at this hour delivering dangerous ice punishing wind and heavy snow you're listening to ABC news time seven oh two Aurora police say they've arrested a suspect in Friday's deadly shooting at the Aurora mall seventeen year old native Poindexter was killed in the JC Penney store his uncle tells fox thirty one the family's done is definitely trying to be a young man that was impacting other lives and you know and and be someone that his little brothers to look up to police say they've arrested eighteen year old Camille Garrett in connection with the shooting el Paso county deputies are investigating after they received a call saying six puppies were thrown out of a moving vehicle the vehicle believed to be a white Nissan pathfinder Morgan Gillingham witnessed the incident on her way to work and pulled over Morgan tells a problem solver she believes several people were in that pathfinder because the puppies were thrown out of the back of the vehicle several good Samaritan spent last night searching for the other four puppies we haven't heard if they found them just yet fox thirty ones Matt moral secretary of state Jenna griz wall joins businessman and democratic presidential candidate Tom's tire for a town hall today.
"rachel scott" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"President Trump says he called off ice rates scheduled for Sunday. But he still sticking up for getting immigrant families out of the US. The president has flip flopped on this plan over the last few years the operation called family on part of a plan to deport more than two thousand undocumented immigrants. And as many as ten cities, some city leaders, firing back refusing to cooperate others telling immigrants how to avoid arrest. This show of force was slated to target immigrant families in their homes, even those without criminal histories the action. Reflective of a twenty fifteen campaign promise going to have a deportation force and you're going to do it humanely. But it was a campaign promise. He later backed off its ABC's Rachel Scott in Washington. One hotel, the Republicans taking steps following the recent deaths of American tourists in the country, the hard rock hotel casino in Punta Cana taking steps to keep its guests safe as a tenth American is confirmed to have died. While vacationing in the Dominican Republic over the last year. The hard rock says while alcohol will continue to be served twenty four hours a day. It's removing liquor dispensers from all guests rooms and contracting in American third party testing lab to test all food and beverage products and public spaces on Friday, the country's tourism minister pushed back against the characterization that there has been an increase in the number of deaths saying statistically, that number is actually down from years past, Dave Packer, ABC news. This is ABC news. Ready to create your own income with your own home based business where there's no such thing as getting laid off. If a billionaire entrepreneur, spent five years in twenty million dollars searching.
"rachel scott" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"And Alison keys. Rachel, scott. More than two thousand people gathered in a park in Littleton Colorado to Mark the twentieth. Anniversary of the Columbine high school shooting the names of the twelve students and teacher killed were red and community members volunteer at shelters and lay flowers and cards at a memorial for the victims CBS CBS as berry Peterson was there. This is a ceremony of remembrance for about a half mile from Columbine high school just like twenty years ago, there is sadness here, but just like twenty years ago. This community comes together to help those who still need to hear speakers at the ceremony say healing is the result of daily work. President Trump is tweeting about the redacted Muller. Russian meddling report released this week CBS Jiang with the latest. The president wrote the end result of the greatest witch hunt and US political history is no collusion with Russia and no obstruction pretty amazing, but special counsel Robert Muller did. Not reach a conclusion on the obstruction of Justice. He investigated ten events in which it may have occurred, including Mr. Trump directing White House counsel, Don Mcgann to fire Mueller. Megantic copious notes about the request President Trump warned watch out for people that take so called notes when the notes never existed until needed a zookeeper and Kansas in the hospital after being attacked by tiger. She had worked with for years. CBS's crisper tina's reports half tiger and he parked in. It's available. The two kazoo had just opened when the nine one one call came in. Age. Deafening. Attacked by a tiger the woman and Sanjiv the seven year old Sumatran tiger were in the tiger habitat together when the attack occurred Sanjiv recognized that the listens tackled keeper the incident lasted nearly ten minutes until other workers were able to lure the cat back into an enclosed area..