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5 Dead, Including Multiple Children, in Ohio House Fire

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00:42 sec | Last week

5 Dead, Including Multiple Children, in Ohio House Fire

"Five people have been killed in an early morning house fire in Akron Ohio three of those who were killed were children four other people were injured neighbor Jean Hudson tells W. E. W. S. TV she was in her home when she heard screams my bedroom window was open and I heard screaming and I looked out the window and saw the flames and I made a living room grabbed the phone and dialed nine one one and yelled at my kids to get out of the house when firefighters got there they found neighbors and relatives trying to get family members out of the burning house the cause of the fire is under investigation I'm Rita folate

Jean Hudson W. E. W. S. Akron Ohio Rita Folate
Airlines Say Rise in COVID-19 Cases Is Hurting Ticket Sales

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00:43 sec | Last week

Airlines Say Rise in COVID-19 Cases Is Hurting Ticket Sales

"Leading airlines are warning that the spread of the delta variant of the corona virus is hurting their bookings American Airlines says a slowdown that started in August has continued into September United Airlines says it'll reduce its schedule later this year to match the lower demand delta CEO ed Bastian says the rising coded nineteen cases will not derail the travel we're covering but it will delay it by as much as four months he says the variant has particularly affected business and international travel which are both critical to the big airlines Southwest Airlines says leisure travel to his weekend with more cancellations and softer bookings for September and October I'm Rita folate

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Ex-Cardinal McCarrick, 91, Pleads Not Guilty to Sex Assault

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00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ex-Cardinal McCarrick, 91, Pleads Not Guilty to Sex Assault

"A former once powerful Roman Catholic cardinal has appeared in court in a sexual abuse case former Roman Catholic cardinal Theodore McCarrick is the only Catholic cardinal in the U. S. current or former to ever be criminally charged with child sex crimes he appeared in a suburban Boston court room he did not speak but the court entered a not guilty plea on his behalf to charges of sexually assaulting a sixteen year old boy nearly fifty years ago the now grown accuser told authorities that McCarrick was close to his family when he was growing up and that the abuse started when he was a young boy pope Francis defrocked McCarrick in twenty nineteen after a Vatican investigation determined he sexually abused minors as well as adults I'm Rita folate

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In Ida's Aftermath, No Quick Relief in Sight for Louisiana

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00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

In Ida's Aftermath, No Quick Relief in Sight for Louisiana

"Hurricane ida knocked out power to more than a million people on Sunday including all of New Orleans they've been able to get the power back on for some folks in New Orleans but the energy company says reconnecting everybody is going to take time residency C. roc has this question we pay electricity bill that's upwards of four hundred dollars a month and now we don't have electricity Raymond rock says he's got faith I was born and raised in New Orleans in the Walgreens people of resilience and now we're gonna get through this we always do so just just hang tight god is on our side thousands of line workers are working to restore electricity I'm Rita folate

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Data of more than 40 million exposed in T-Mobile breach

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00:40 sec | Last month

Data of more than 40 million exposed in T-Mobile breach

"T. mobile is revealing more information about a big data breach T. mobile says the breach exposed sensitive information about tens of millions of former and prospective customers and appears to have compromised the data of millions more current customers names social security numbers and information from drivers license and other ID's on Monday T. mobile said it had closed the entry point that was used to gain access the company says it will offer two years of free identity protection services and it's recommending that all of its post paid customers change their pen the investigation into how this happened is continuing I'm Rita folate

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Vehicle Traffic Nearing Pre-COVID Levels as Transit Lags

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00:52 sec | Last month

Vehicle Traffic Nearing Pre-COVID Levels as Transit Lags

"Vehicle traffic is nearing pre pandemic levels in one big city area the public transit is lagging the vehicle traffic between New Jersey and neighboring New York is just about what it was before the pandemic bridge and tunnel traffic down only about two percent compared to June of twenty nineteen truck traffic is actually up seven percent but listen to this ridership on path trains that's a rapid transit system serving New Jersey in midtown Manhattan is down sixty three percent the New York City areas MTA the public transit system including buses and subway trains is reporting similar trans transiting that ridership may not rebound for years what's the problem concerns over the corona virus and more people can now work from home I'm Rita folate

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AP-NORC Poll: Most Say Restrict Abortion After 1st Trimester

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00:42 sec | 3 months ago

AP-NORC Poll: Most Say Restrict Abortion After 1st Trimester

"A new poll reveals how Americans feel about abortion the new A. P. and R. C. poll finds that most Americans think abortion should be legal in the first three months of a woman's pregnancy but most believe abortion should usually be illegal in the second and third trimester majorities of Americans also think that a woman should be able to get an abortion legally under certain circumstances like if real life is seriously endangered if the pregnancy results from rape or incest or if the child would be born with a life threatening illness should a woman be able to get an abortion for any reason forty nine percent say yes fifty percent say no I'm Rita folate

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UN Experts Call on Holy See to Do More Against Child Abuse

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00:44 sec | 3 months ago

UN Experts Call on Holy See to Do More Against Child Abuse

"Experts working with the United Nations are slamming the Vatican for not doing more to prevent violence and sexual abuse against children the independent human rights experts faulted the Roman Catholic Church for what they said our efforts to protect alleged abusers cover up crimes and obstruct the count ability the experts say there have been tens of thousands of alleged victims over decades in many countries they noted with great concern what they called the apparent pervasiveness of child sexual abuse cases and what appears to be the practice of covering up for alleged abusers within the church the Vatican's been heavily criticized by abuse victims in many countries over failing to discipline or remove bishops or others implicated in cover ups I'm Rita folate

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3 Dead at Florida Supermarket Include Grandmother, Grandson

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00:40 sec | 3 months ago

3 Dead at Florida Supermarket Include Grandmother, Grandson

"Authorities are trying to figure out why a gunman killed a woman and a child inside a Florida supermarket before killing himself they initially said the shooter and the victims may have known each other but now the Palm Beach county sheriff's office says there is no known relationship between the suspect and the victims a woman and her one year old grand son nor do they know why he opened fire in the public supermarket panicked shoppers started running one said some employees were crying the sheriff's office identified the gunman as fifty five year old Timothy wall of royal Palm Beach the names of the victims are not being released at the request of the family I'm Rita folate

Palm Beach County Sheriff's Of Florida Timothy Wall Royal Palm Beach Rita Folate
Poll: Millions in US Struggle Through Life With Few to Trust

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00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Poll: Millions in US Struggle Through Life With Few to Trust

"A new poll finds that millions of Americans are struggling through life with few people they can trust to help them the new poll finds that about forty six million Americans say there is nobody or just one person they can trust for help in their personal lives like emergency child care that's eighteen percent of US adults about twenty eight percent say the same thing about navigating workplace challenges like help drafting a resume the impact genome project and A. P. N. O. R. C. poll tried to measure how much social capital Americans can count on as they try to pick up the pieces of lives fractured by the pandemic the finding suggests that for many Americans the pandemic is chipped away at whatever value they had from personal relationships and civic engagement I'm Rita folate

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Flying Over Memorial Day? Expect Long Lines at Airports

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00:44 sec | 4 months ago

Flying Over Memorial Day? Expect Long Lines at Airports

"Are you traveling over the Memorial Day holiday weekend the pandemic restrictions are easing and millions of Americans are traveling for the holiday the triple a predicts a sixty percent increase in travel over last year the homeland security secretary Alejandro Mayorga says you ought to get ready for those long lines at the airport and the pandemic sent many hotel housekeepers home so the sheets in your room may not get changed as often and if you have to rent a car the average price has doubled from the year ago homeland secretary my work is also says the government is looking closely at the possibility of vaccine passports for travel into and out of the U. S. that means you'd have to prove you've been vaccinated I'm Rita folate

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WHO Acknowledges Missteps in COVID-Handling, Considers Ways to Strengthen Urgent Response

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00:50 sec | 4 months ago

WHO Acknowledges Missteps in COVID-Handling, Considers Ways to Strengthen Urgent Response

"The World Health Organization admits missteps in the response to cope with nineteen the W. H. O. opened its annual meeting working on a draft resolution that acknowledges missteps in the response to cove it nineteen there are serious shortcomings it said in the world's ability to prepare for and prevent health emergencies director general Ted rose I don't know Gabry aces led a round of applause for health care workers and then said the world remains in a very dangerous situation while he was speaking he said four hundred people would die of cove it nineteen what to do one thing he said get vaccines to all countries faster in his words a small group of countries that make them by the majority of the world's vaccines control the fate of the rest of the world I'm Rita folate

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US Health Panel Reviews J&J Vaccine Pause Over Rare Clots

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00:43 sec | 5 months ago

US Health Panel Reviews J&J Vaccine Pause Over Rare Clots

"New guidance is expected today on whether to resume the Johnson and Johnson Kovic shot experts CDC advisers are considering whether there's a link between the Johnson and Johnson covert vaccine and highly unusual blood clots that have developed in several people who've gotten the shot here's what the CDC will want its advisors to tell them is there a risk and if so how big is it how do we balance this with the need to vaccinate millions against the virus that still infecting tens of thousands of Americans every day should there be warnings of a very rare risk with the shot depending upon what the advisers say J. and J. vaccinations could resume quickly I'm Rita folate

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Video shows Asian American woman assaulted on NYC street

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00:36 sec | 6 months ago

Video shows Asian American woman assaulted on NYC street

"A brutal attack on an Asian American woman in New York City police say the woman was walking in mid town Manhattan Monday afternoon when a man came up to work kicked her in the stomach knocking her to the ground then stomped on her face several times while yelling anti Asian comments at her then he walked away witnesses appear to just stand by the woman was taken to the hospital with serious injuries the police commissioner calls the attack disgusting the NYPD's hate crime task force is investigating and is asking anyone who knows anything about this to contact the department I'm Rita folate

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House impeachment manager sues Trump, allies over riot

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00:42 sec | 7 months ago

House impeachment manager sues Trump, allies over riot

"The house impeachment manager is suing former president trump congressman Eric Swalwell a California Democrat is suing former president trump accusing him of inciting the January sixth of Ryan at the U. S. capitol building the lawsuit alleges that then president trump waged an all out war on a peaceful transition of power he lied was followers says the suit claiming the election was stolen from them and finally called upon them to descend on Washington Mr trump spokesman called congressman Swalwell a low life with no credibility swell will suit also names several others including Donald Trump junior it was filed in federal court in Washington I'm Rita folate

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The Latest: Vatican defends pope's Iraq trip, stadium mass

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00:48 sec | 7 months ago

The Latest: Vatican defends pope's Iraq trip, stadium mass

"So where are we now with the corona virus pandemic covert nineteen infections hospitalizations and deaths are down dramatically since the dark days of January the number of deaths of though it is still dangerously high and has even risen slightly over the past several days there are three approved vaccines now more than fifty million adults have gotten at least one dose of vaccine so far that's about twenty percent of the adult population but it's so tough in so many places to schedule an appointment the White House says it knows that and it's working with states on trying to make it easier covert nineteen is now killed almost five hundred fifteen thousand people in this country more than two and a half million around the world according to Johns Hopkins University I'm Rita folate

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Third US vaccine could raise question: Which shots are best?

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00:45 sec | 7 months ago

Third US vaccine could raise question: Which shots are best?

"FDA advisers are deciding whether to recommend the agency approved Johnson and Johnson's cove it nineteen vaccine the FDA is expected to approve the Johnson and Johnson vaccine and assuming it does that will mean there will be three vaccines in the U. S. to fight cove it nineteen the J. and J. vaccine has some benefits though that the others don't say experts it's a single shot not to like the others and then analysis shows it's extremely effective at keeping people alive and out of the hospital and if the a staff report released earlier this week says it provides strong protection against severe cove it nineteen and the FDA says effectiveness and safety are consistent across racial groups I'm Rita folate

Johnson FDA U. Rita Folate
Study: Smaller cars may be why crashes injure women more

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00:44 sec | 7 months ago

Study: Smaller cars may be why crashes injure women more

"Women are much more likely to get seriously hurt in a car crash now we may know why it may be at least in part because women often drive smaller lighter vehicles the other part of this has to do with the types of crashes women get into this is all according to the insurance institute for highway safety it says in the crashes it analyzed women were twice as likely to suffer serious injury like a traumatic brain injury if the crash involved the front of the vehicle they were riding in as opposed to the side of the vehicle women were also much more likely to suffer leg injuries researchers say safety experts may now have to start building crash test dummies that account more for the physical differences between women and men I'm Rita folate

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03:41 min | 1 year ago

"rita folate" Discussed on AP News

"I met Donnie government whistleblower says he's early corona virus warnings were ignored says the country's window is closing to stop a virus come back the AP solder Madani has the story Rick bright says the country needs to develop a national coordinated response one based in science if not he pierced the pandemic will get a lot worse and combined with seasonal flu without better planning twenty twenty could be the darkest winter in modern history bright's testifying before a house panel weeks after being ousted from heading a government biomedical development agency what he says was retribution for his early warnings about the virus president trump's dismissing bright as a disgruntled employee who should no longer work for the government Sager Meg Downie Washington in an interview with fox business channel president trump says he was right about the importance of U. S. manufacturing and moving supply chains out of China the one thing is it said trump was right because I was getting a lot of fight back even from people that I like a lot in Congress it said Jeff and now they're not fighting the president blamed China for not doing enough to slow the pandemic a government spokesperson in China says the US has abused the American people's trust the government says nearly three million people applied for unemployment benefits last week roughly thirty six million people have now filed for jobless claims in the two months since the corona virus started shutting down the country mark Hamrick is with Bankrate dot com atlas financial downturn process more businesses and that means employers are risk of becoming insolvent states and localities are facing big budget deficits and consumers are lacking the Maxine meaning that they're less likely to venture out of the public Turkish officials say Kurdish rebels have opened fire and killed two municipal workers distributing aid in an area under quarantine Russia's capital Moscow starting tomorrow we'll begin free corona virus testing for all residents this is ABC news now that the Wisconsin Supreme Court overturned the state's coronavirus restrictions communities are trying to figure out what's next local leaders are being forced to decide whether to issue their own restrictions or allow businesses like bars and restaurants to reopen this pandemic Nick's bar in Platteville Wisconsin open right away posting a video showing the bar teeming with people drinking talking and bobbing their heads to music but city health officials in Milwaukee say the stay at home order they issued in late March remains in effect president trump tweeted Wisconsin's Democrat governor was forced by the courts to let the state open that people want to get on with their lives he tweeted I'm Rita folate the Calgary zoo in Canada says it will be returning to giant pandas on loan from China because corona virus related airline flight cancellations have caused problems with getting enough bamboo to feed the pandas at Donahue APNews Wisconsin Supreme Court tossed the governor stay at home order now communities are trying to figure out what to do next local leaders are being forced to decide whether to issue their own restrictions or allow businesses like bars and restaurants to reopen this pandemic Nick's bar in Platteville Wisconsin open right away posting a video showing the bar teeming with people drinking talking and bobbing their heads to music but city health officials in Milwaukee say the stay at home order they issued in late March remains in effect president trump tweeted Wisconsin's Democrat governor was forced by the courts to let the state open that people want to get on with their lives he tweeted I'm Rita folate thank you for listening to.

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03:54 min | 1 year ago

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"Knew I met Donnie government whistleblower says he's early corona virus warnings were ignored says the country's window is closing to stop a virus come back the AP solder Madani has the story Rick bright says the country needs to develop a national coordinated response one based in science if not he pierced the pandemic will get a lot worse and combined with seasonal flu without better planning twenty twenty could be the darkest winter in modern history bright's testifying before a house panel weeks after being ousted from heading a government biomedical development agency what he says was retribution for his early warnings about the virus president trump's dismissing bright as a disgruntled employee who should no longer work for the government Sager Meg Downie Washington in an interview with fox business channel president trump says he was right about the importance of U. S. manufacturing and moving supply chains out of China the one thing is it said trump was right because I was getting a lot of fight back even from people that I like a lot in Congress it said Jeff and now they're not fighting the president blamed China for not doing enough to slow the pandemic a government spokesperson in China says the US has abused the American people's trust the government says nearly three million people applied for unemployment benefits last week roughly thirty six million people have now filed for jobless claims in the two months since the corona virus started shutting down the country mark Hamrick is with Bankrate dot com atlas financial downturn process more businesses and that means employers are risk of becoming insolvent states and localities are facing big budget deficits and consumers are lacking the Maxine meaning that they're less likely to venture out into public Turkish officials say Kurdish rebels of opened fire and killed two municipal workers distributing aid in an area under quarantine Russia's capital Moscow starting tomorrow we'll begin free corona virus testing for all residents this is ABC news now that the Wisconsin Supreme Court overturned the state's coronavirus restrictions communities are trying to figure out what's next local leaders are being forced to decide whether to issue their own restrictions or allow businesses like bars and restaurants to reopen this pandemic Nick's bar in Platteville Wisconsin open right away posting a video showing the bar teeming with people drinking talking and bobbing their heads to music but city health officials in Milwaukee say the stay at home order they issued in late March remains in effect president trump tweeted Wisconsin's Democrat governor was forced by the courts to let the state open that people want to get on with their lives he tweeted I'm Rita folate the Calgary zoo in Canada says it will be returning to giant pandas on loan from China because corona virus related airline flight cancellations have caused problems with getting enough bamboo to feed the pandas at Donahue APNews Wisconsin Supreme Court tossed the governor stay at home order now communities are trying to figure out what to do next local leaders are being forced to decide whether to issue their own restrictions or allow businesses like bars and restaurants to reopen this pandemic Nick's bar in Platteville Wisconsin open right away posting a video showing the bar teeming with people drinking talking and bobbing their heads to music but city health officials in Milwaukee say the stay at home order they issued in late March remains in effect president trump tweeted Wisconsin's democratic governor was forced by the courts to let the state open that people want to get on with their lives he tweeted I'm Rita folate thank you for listening to the AP radio network did you know that you can purchase prints of a piece for tiger fee for your personal or small business use every day a piece to top the first capture incredible images from all around the world they're.

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11:52 min | 1 year ago

"rita folate" Discussed on AP News

"Wisconsin Supreme Court tossed the governor stay at home order now communities are trying to figure out what to do next local leaders are being forced to decide whether to issue their own restrictions or allow businesses like bars and restaurants to reopen this pandemic Nick's bar in Platteville Wisconsin open right away posting a video showing the bar teeming with people drinking talking and bobbing their heads to music but city health officials in Milwaukee say the stay at home order they issued in late March remains in effect president trump tweeted Wisconsin's Democrat governor was forced by the courts to let the state open that people want to get on with their lives he tweeted I'm Rita folate

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02:14 min | 1 year ago

"rita folate" Discussed on AP News

"Tuning in but needing to tune out a new study looks at our consumption of corona virus related news many of us are stuck at home because of the corona virus outbreak and that makes this a captive audience for news coverage about the pandemic but a study by the pew research center says an increasing number of us want or even need to break away from coverage the study was done late last month it says eighty eight percent of Americans surveyed described themselves as following Corbett nineteen news either very closely or fairly closely at the same time the survey says seventy one percent say they need to take a break from the news either to watch or do something else some of been monitoring reports about the pandemic report higher stress levels and needing to have a reason to relax or even have a laugh instead one woman says she suffered from coded nineteen overload and even had a full blown anxiety attack before deciding to wean herself from corona virus coverage I'm Oscar wells Gabriel so move been monitoring reports about the pandemic report higher stress levels and needing to have a reason to relax or even have a laugh instead one woman says she suffered from Kobe in nineteen overload and even had a full blown anxiety attack before deciding to wean herself from corona virus coverage coronavirus update I read a Foley with an A. P. news minute more than thirty three million Americans have lost their jobs in the past seven weeks some of president trump's top economic advisers are stressing the importance of states getting more businesses and offices to open during the pandemic Neil cash carry the president of the federal reserve in Minneapolis tells ABC's this week it's really around twenty three twenty four percent of people right now who are out of work today and if this is a gradual recovery the way I think it's going to be those folks are gonna need more help the coronavirus has made its way to the White House complex where at least three members of the administration's task force are now in self quarantine AP Washington correspondent Sager Madani has that CDC director Robert Redfield FDA commissioner Steven Hahn in Dr Anthony Fauci who's office says he's teleworking but willing to go to the White House if called I'm Rita folate thank.

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02:13 min | 1 year ago

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"Ning N. but needing to tune out a new study looks at our consumption of corona virus related news many of us are stuck at home because of the corona virus outbreak and that makes this a captive audience for news coverage about the pandemic but a study by the pew research center says an increasing number of us want or even need to break away from coverage the study was done late last month it says eighty eight percent of Americans surveyed described themselves as following Corbett nineteen news either very closely or fairly closely at the same time the survey says seventy one percent say they need to take a break from the news either to watch or do something else some of been monitoring reports about the pandemic report higher stress levels and needing to have a reason to relax or even have a laugh instead one woman says she suffered from Kobe in nineteen overload and even had a full blown anxiety attack before deciding to wean herself from corona virus coverage I'm Oscar wells Gabriel so move been monitoring reports about the pandemic report higher stress levels and needing to have a reason to relax or even have a laugh instead one woman says she suffered from Kobe in nineteen overload and even had a full blown anxiety attack before deciding to wean herself from corona virus coverage coronavirus update I'm Rita Foley with an A. P. news minute more than thirty three million Americans have lost their jobs in the past seven weeks some of president trump's top economic advisers are stressing the importance of states getting more businesses and offices to open during the pandemic Neil cash carry the president of the federal reserve in Minneapolis tells ABC's this week it's really around twenty three twenty four percent of people right now who are out of work today and if this is a gradual recovery the way I think it's going to be those folks are gonna need more help the coronavirus has made its way to the White House complex where at least three members of the administration's task force are now in self quarantine AP Washington correspondent Sager Madani has that CDC director Robert Redfield FDA commissioner Steven Han and Dr Anthony Fauci who's office says he's teleworking but willing to go to the White House if called I'm Rita folate thank.

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02:14 min | 1 year ago

"rita folate" Discussed on AP News

"Tuning in but needing to tune out a new study looks at our consumption of corona virus related news many of us are stuck at home because of the corona virus outbreak and that makes this a captive audience for news coverage about the pandemic but a study by the pew research center says an increasing number of us want or even need to break away from coverage the study was done late last month it says eighty eight percent of Americans surveyed described themselves as following Corbett nineteen news either very closely or fairly closely at the same time the survey says seventy one percent say they need to take a break from the news either to watch or do something else some of been monitoring reports about the pandemic report higher stress levels and needing to have a reason to relax or even have a laugh instead one woman says she suffered from coded nineteen overload and even had a full blown anxiety attack before deciding to wean herself from corona virus coverage I'm Oscar wells Gabriel some of been monitoring reports about the pandemic report higher stress levels and needing to have a reason to relax or even have a laugh instead one woman says she suffered from coded nineteen overload and even had a full blown anxiety attack before deciding to wean herself from corona virus coverage coronavirus update I read a Foley with an A. P. news minute more than thirty three million Americans have lost their jobs in the past seven weeks some of president trump's top economic advisers are stressing the importance of states getting more businesses and offices to open during the pandemic Neil cash carry the president of the federal reserve in Minneapolis tells ABC's this week it's really around twenty three twenty four percent of people right now who are out of work today and if this is a gradual recovery the way I think it's going to be those folks are gonna need more help the coronavirus has made its way to the White House complex where at least three members of the administration's task force are now in self quarantine AP Washington correspondent Sager Madani has that CDC director Robert Redfield FDA commissioner Steven Hahn in Dr Anthony Fauci who's office says he's teleworking but willing to go to the White House if called I'm Rita folate thank.

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01:54 min | 1 year ago

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"Work Sager AMAG ani Washington I'm Rita folate Chris Cuomo says it breaks his heart to know that just a couple of weeks after he had tested positive for covert nineteen that his wife now has the disease Cuomo told his TV audience the news during an interview with his brother New York governor Andrew Cuomo he said seeing his wife get the virus that has sparked a global pandemic was the one thing that he had hoped would not happen well lamented that his wife had been caring for him since he got sick and that her reward turned out that she got ill I'm Oscar wells Gabriel the trump administration says despite the closure of a pork processing plant in South Dakota and a number of beef producers around the country people shouldn't worry about food shortages agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue we have plenty of food for all of our citizens noting the closure of a Smithfield foods plant in South Dakota where more than five hundred workers are infected with cope with nineteen Americans to be might be worried about access to good food because of this I want sure you the American food supply is strong resilient and say but some economists say there could be meet shortages even the C. E. O. of Smithfield says the closure of the Sioux falls plant which produces about five percent of the nation's pork products is pushing the country perilously close to the edge in terms of our meat supply Jackie Quinn Washington the massive federal relief package for the nation small businesses is about to run out and Congress has stalled on another bailout package the three hundred forty nine billion dollar lending limit for the government's paycheck protection program is on the verge or has been maxed out the trump administration's ask Congress for another two hundred fifty billion dollars for the program but that request is stalled.

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02:50 min | 1 year ago

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"This is ABC news I'm ready to fall China new in January but didn't tell anybody that was likely facing a pandemic from a new virus that's what the AP has learned that Beijing secretly learned in January that it was a likely facing a pandemic but didn't tell anybody for six days in that time Wuhan China the city at the center of the outbreak hosted a mass banquet for tens of thousands of people and millions traveled through the city experts say an earlier warning could have saved lives president trump says of the World Health Organization a done a better job investigating reports coming out of China the outbreak could have been contained there so he's cutting off payments to the W. H. O. for now but the medical community is pushing back at the White House is daily coronavirus briefing the president accused the W. H. O. of severely mismanaging and covering up the spread of the corona virus the American medical association is calling the move a dangerous step in the wrong direction that will not make to feeding covert nineteen easier Ben Thomas Washington governors of many states say before they can loosen social restrictions they have to have more information about the infections in their states but they need widespread testing and tracing procedures to do that Dr Anthony Fauci the government's top infectious disease expert says the country isn't there yet and he's got this warning the thing we absolutely have to have in place we better have in place is the capability of very efficiently identifying isolating contact tracing getting people out of circulation if they get infected because once you start getting clusters then you're really in trouble Dr fell to speaking to the AP this is AP news a Florida judge's telling lawyers who are showing up for court hearings on soon get out of bed and put on some clothes the AP Shelley Adler has this Broward circuit judge Dennis Bailey made the plea in a letter published by the Weston bar association he wrote it's remarkable how many attorneys appear inappropriately on camera and he added one male lawyer appeared shirtless and one female attorney appeared still in bed still under the covers Bailey isn't making any exceptions for lawyers lounging in the Florida sunshine either he wrote putting on a beach cover up won't cover up that your poolside in a bathing suit I'm showing out there firefighters rescued a truck driver whose tractor trailer was nearly blown off a bridge in Chesapeake Virginia his cab detangling seventy feet over a river he had to be pulled from the cab was dangling off the side of the bridge I'm Rita folate AP news.

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02:50 min | 1 year ago

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"This is ABC news I'm ready to fall China new in January but didn't tell anybody that was likely facing a pandemic from a new virus that's what the AP has learned that Beijing secretly learned in January that it was a likely facing a pandemic they didn't tell anybody for six days in that time Wuhan China the city at the center of the outbreak hosted a mass banquet for tens of thousands of people and millions traveled through the city experts say an earlier warning could have saved lives president trump says of the World Health Organization have done a better job investigating reports coming out of China the outbreak could have been contained there so he's cutting off payments to the W. H. O. for now but the medical community is pushing back at the White House is daily coronavirus briefing the president accused the W. H. O. of severely mismanaging and covering up the spread of the corona virus the American medical association is calling the move a dangerous step in the wrong direction that will not make defeating covert nineteen easier Ben Thomas Washington governors of many states say before they can loosen social restrictions they have to have more information about the infections in their states but they need widespread testing and tracing procedures to do that Dr Anthony Fauci the government's top infectious disease expert says the country isn't there yet and he's got this warning the thing we absolutely have to have in place we better have in place is the capability of very efficiently identifying isolating contact tracing getting people out of circulation if they get infected because once you start getting clusters then you're really in trouble Dr fell to speaking to the AP this is AP news a Florida judge's telling lawyers who are showing up for court hearings on soon get out of bed and put on some clothes the AP Shelley Adler has this Broward circuit judge Dennis Bailey made the plea in a letter published by the western bar association he wrote it's remarkable how many attorneys appear inappropriately on camera and he added one male lawyer appeared shirtless and one female attorney appeared still in bed still under the covers Bailey isn't making any exceptions for lawyers lounging in the Florida sunshine either he wrote putting on a beach cover up won't cover up that your poolside in a bathing suit I'm sure we have there firefighters rescued a truck driver whose tractor trailer was nearly blown off a bridge in Chesapeake Virginia his cab detangling seventy feet over a river he had to be pulled from the cab was dangling off the side of the bridge I'm Rita folate AP news.

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02:59 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm timid wire a bit of conflicting information concerning shelter in place and distancing guidelines source says the CDC is considering changing its guidelines for self isolation to make it easier for those who have been exposed to someone with the corona virus to return to work at the they are without symptoms vice president Mike pence says the changes could be announced as early as today A. B. three to fully reports one of the top people in the White House task force continues to push for people to shelter in place and keep their distance Dr Deborah Berke cell leader of the White House coronavirus response team says they are encouraged by what they're seeing but what's really important is that people don't want to turn these early signs of hope into releasing from the thirty days to stop the spread it's really critical she says Americans are following the best advice stay home avoid people and wash your hands she tells the today show she is hopeful the U. S. will have fewer deaths than the number projected I'm Rita folate New York state and New York City remain the hardest hit by the covert nineteen pandemic more than four thousand people dead in the city fifty five hundred in the state mayor bill de Blasio says there's been a slowing and the number of people being hospitalized I think the word stabilization is right to say that we for paradigm we're seeing a constant increase we're not seeing that now I'm not clear yet if we're in the territory of any kind of sustained reduction there have been some thirteen thousand deaths in the U. S. with twenty two thousand five hundred people recovering Vermont independent senator Bernie Sanders a self described democratic socialist has ended his bid for the democratic party's presidential nomination Sanders saw his lead in the race AB once others in the party began lining up behind former vice president Joe Biden who is now the party's presumptive nominee to challenge president trump in November this is a P. news the owners of zoom have come up with a fix to keep people from hacking into the online meetings there been several instances of people breaking into online video meetings and insulting participants with racial and hate filled slurs United church of Christ minister the Reverend Laura ever to Boston so as a recent sermon she was giving to elderly members of the church was packed the elders who just a week prior to learn how to go on too soon and who after a week of sitting in their own homes so what he did keen to church and to be met with racist and hateful anti LGBT slurs was put the distressing city council meetings have also been broken into and several cities and towns zoom has recently updated its defaults do include a required password and waiting rooms that allowed the hosts to control the video call I timid wire AP news thank.

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02:58 min | 1 year ago

"rita folate" Discussed on AP News

"I'm timid wire a bigger conflicting information concerning shelter in place and distancing guidelines source says the CDC is considering changing its guidelines for self isolation to make it easier for those who have been exposed to someone with the corona virus to return to work at the they are without symptoms vice president Mike pence says the changes could be announced as early as today A. B. three to fully reports one of the top people in the White House task force continues to push for people to shelter in place and keep their distance Dr Deborah Berke cell leader of the White House coronavirus response team says they are encouraged by what they're seeing but what's really important is that people don't want to turn these early signs of hope into releasing from the thirty days to stop the spread it's really critical she says Americans are following the best advice stay home avoid people and wash your hands she tells the today show she is hopeful the U. S. will have fewer deaths than the number projected I'm Rita folate New York state and New York City remain the hardest hit by the covert nineteen pandemic more than four thousand people dead in the city fifty five hundred in the state mayor bill de Blasio says there's been a slowing and the number of people being hospitalized I think the word stabilization is right to say that we for paradigm we're seeing a constant increase we're not seeing that now I'm not clear yet if we're in the territory of any kind of sustained reduction there have been some thirteen thousand deaths in the U. S. with twenty two thousand five hundred people recovering Vermont independent senator Bernie Sanders a self described democratic socialist has ended his bid for the democratic party's presidential nomination centre saw his lead in the race AB once others in the party began lining up behind former vice president Joe Biden who is now the party's presumptive nominee to challenge president trump in November this is a P. news the owners of zoom have come up with a fix to keep people from hacking into the online meetings there been several instances of people breaking into online video meetings and insulting participants with racial and hate filled slurs United church of Christ minister the Reverend Laura ever to Boston so as a recent sermon she was giving to elderly members of the church was hacked the elders who just a week prior to learn how to go on too soon and who after a week of sitting in their own homes so what he did I came to church and to be met with racist and hateful anti LGBT slurs was put the distressing city council meetings have also been broken into and several cities and towns zoom has recently updated its defaults do include a required password and waiting rooms that allowed the hosts to control the video call I timid wire AP news thank.

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02:06 min | 1 year ago

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"We're preparing for possible deployment in the next several days president troubling to run for this week's attack on the U. S. embassy in Baghdad however the president says he did does not want war with Iran foreign policy analyst William Berger says the recent U. S. airstrikes on the attack by Iran backed militiamen on the US embassy in Baghdad show how Iranian influence is straining relations with Iraq I think that shows you that the maximum pressure campaign that the trump administration has been pursuing vis a vis Iran is actually not working to reduce tensions and it's not creating a docile Ron in fact it's actually quit creating more hostilities are more challenges for the relationship says the malicious salt on the US embassy in Baghdad was a way of Iran to flex its muscles the Roman Catholic pope gets carried away pope Francis is apologizing for slapping the woman's hand in a rope line okay he says he set a bad example get us closer to cut the voice saying to the pope Francis was greeting new year's well wishers in Saint Peter's square when a woman waiting at a rope line grabbed his hand and pulled him toward her he slapped her hand forcing her to let him go I'm Rita folate is wallstreet opens for business for the first time in twenty twenty Thursday Bankrate dot com's mark Hambrick says many economists fill the markets have a lot of positives coming off two thousand nineteen lower interest rates are low inflation and what seems to be improving of global economic outlook it has been helpful for investors that there has been progress of the US China trade once there was not hard exit for black market set records last year Asian shares were mostly higher today on optimism by the U. S. try to trade deal this is Donald dot com privacy policy and terms conditions posted a text rules on US texting roles recurring automated marketing text messages message and data rates may apply hi I'm Tom from K. eleven I have one question for you what size stocks the way right now if you're like everyone else I have asked you simply don't know how good you that's because until now stocks were made in one size fits all we're just a couple of size to fit every size.

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02:51 min | 1 year ago

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"Into the night today lawmakers on the house Judiciary Committee will likely vote to send the articles of impeachment against president trump to the full house house Judiciary Committee chairman Gerald Nadler says the charges reflect what he says is president trump's placement of his private political interests above our national security above our free and fair elections and above our ability to hold public officials accountable trumpets accused of trying to get you crane to announce investigations that could politically damage former vice president Joe Biden Texas Republican John Radcliffe says the charges are confusing we are marking up articles of impeachment for offenses that aren't crimes that some members of Congress have never heard of before much less know what it means to McGuire Washington Jersey city New Jersey mayor Stephen full up says surveillance video of Tuesday's violent attack on a Jewish market proves it was a hate crime a man and a woman pulled up to the market in a stolen van and got out shooting he says they traveled over my old deliberately and slowly to this location we know that they bypassed many targets on the way we know that the by pass targets immediately near the store we know that they took out long rifles across the street after selecting this location in coming here six people were killed including the two shooters investigators reportedly are looking into possible connections between the attackers and the black Hebrew Israelite movement some of whose members have railed against whites and Jews a team of military specialists will be landing on that volcanic island in New Zealand today to try to recover the bodies of several people killed Monday when the volcano erupted scientists believe the volcano may or robbed again on white island but authorities say the recovery efforts going ahead this is a P. news a Baltimore company is handing out some pretty big bonuses to its employees real estate developer Saint John properties had a very good year company's Christmas party founder Edward Saint John told is one hundred ninety eight employees AT and a bonus based on the number of years of ten million dollars the average bonus was fifty thousand dollars some good as much as two hundred fifty thousand it's got a big payday and we're St John says he's thankful for every one of his employees I steer the boat but they're the ones that run the boat they're the ones that make the bed go some employees were in shock after opening their envelopes I'm a Donahue for the first time since the early nineteen hundreds more Americans are dying at home than in hospitals it's a trend that reflects more hospice care and progress toward the kind of and that most people say they want say experts I'm Rita folate AP.

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03:00 min | 1 year ago

"rita folate" Discussed on AP News

"Their own this is a I'm readable lay within hours house Democrats are expected to announce two articles of impeachment against president trump sources are telling us what they will be one of the two sources says the charges will be for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress the chairman of the committee is involved in the peach been enquiring met with house speaker Nancy Pelosi Monday night after the judiciary committee's ten hour hearing which laid out the case against the president German Jerrold Nadler says the evidence is overwhelming we know that his actions in danger to national security putting our alliances our reputation and our safety at risk we know that the president also compromise the integrity of our elections for a corrupt private political purpose Tim acquire Washington president calls this a witch hunt and the top Republican on the Judiciary Committee Doug Collins of Georgia says Democrats are racing to try to impeach the president before the twenty twenty presidential election FBI director Chris race as the problems in the Russia investigation that were identified in the justice department inspector general report are unacceptable and he says the bureau is accepting all of the I. G.'s recommendations the report concludes the investigation into ties between the trump campaign and Russia was legitimate but it also listed what it calls serious flaws we're learning that there were nine Americans visiting that New Zealand island when the volcano erupted we don't know the nationalities of all the people listed as casualties we do know that five people died the deputy police commissioner says they're launching an investigation it comes to the investigation I can confirm now that we will commence a criminal investigation into the circumstances of the deaths and injuries on what all of the terms of reference will be developed over the next few days John tends to there this is ABC news the government misled the public about the war in Afghanistan according to a newly published report a B. correspondent Mike Rossi a has this report from Washington documents obtained by The Washington Post show ever changing U. S. strategy and misstatements about the state of the war in Afghanistan across three White House administrations the post obtained thousands of pages of documents through the freedom of information act and lawsuits it accessed interviews conducted in the lessons learned project by the special inspector general for Afghanistan reconstruction the project known a cigar has produced seven reports so far according to the post John stop go the head of cigar admits the documents show the American people have constantly been lied to Mike Rossio Washington Chiles airforce has lost radio contact with the transport plane carrying thirty eight people on a flight to Antarctica authorities are indicating they're not hopeful about the fate of the aircraft Rita folate AP news.

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02:51 min | 1 year ago

"rita folate" Discussed on AP News

"Impeachment against president trump sources are telling us what they will be one of the two sources says the charges will be for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress the chairman of the committee is involved in the peach been enquiring met with house speaker Nancy Pelosi Monday night after the judiciary committee's ten hour hearing which laid out the case against the president German Jerrold Nadler says the evidence is overwhelming we know that his actions in danger to national security putting our alliances our reputation and our safety at risk we know that the president also compromise the integrity of our elections for a corrupt private political purpose Tim acquire Washington president calls this a witch hunt and the top Republican on the Judiciary Committee Doug Collins of Georgia says Democrats are racing to try to impeach the president before the twenty twenty presidential election FBI director Chris race as the problems in the Russia investigation the were identified in the justice department inspector general report are unacceptable and he says the bureau is accepting all of the I. G.'s recommendations the report concludes the investigation into ties between the trump campaign and Russia was legitimate but it also listed what it calls serious flaws we're learning that there were nine Americans visiting that New Zealand island when the volcano erupted we don't know the nationalities of all the people listed as casualties we do know that five people died the deputy police commissioner says they're launching an investigation it comes to the investigation I can confirm now that we will commence a criminal investigation into the circumstances of the deaths and injuries on what all of the terms of reference will be developed over the next few days John Thames there this is ABC news the government misled the public about the war in Afghanistan according to a newly published report a B. correspondent Mike Rossi a has this report from Washington documents obtained by The Washington Post show ever changing U. S. strategy and misstatements about the state of the war in Afghanistan across three White House administrations the post obtained thousands of pages of documents through the freedom of information act and lawsuits it accessed interviews conducted in the lessons learned project by the special inspector general for Afghanistan reconstruction the project known a cigar has produced seven reports so far according to the post John stop go the head of cigar admits the documents show the American people have constantly been lied to Mike Rossio Washington Chiles airforce has lost radio contact with the transport plane carrying thirty eight people on a flight to Antarctica authorities are indicating they're not hopeful about the fate of the aircraft Rita folate AP news more news right after this.

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02:54 min | 2 years ago

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"Candidates debate a B. Washington bureau chief chili paste says what this debate really did is it clarified that there is a a trio of candidates that are at the top of this field Joe Biden Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders analysts say nobody dominated the debate last night before vice president Joe Biden was sure footed there were ten hopefuls on the stage Joe Biden was challenged over his views on healthcare race relations and immigrant deportations under the Obama administration we don't lock people up in cages we didn't separate families that audio for ABC news the sharpest exchange was with Julian Castro after button seem to miss speak about buying into his Medicare proposal you just two minutes ago that they would have to buy it president trump was criticized for his trade war with China by mayor Pete Chad member president trump scoffed and said he'd like to see me making a deal with she's in pain I like to see him making a deal we should have had a lack of action after a series of mass shootings this is senator Kamilla Harris I mean obviously him pull the trigger but he's certainly been tweet not the ammunition. I Jackie Quinn the White House gold the democratic candidates debate another infomercial for president trump the president got a standing ovation from Republican lawmakers last night in Baltimore when he promised to uphold the right to keep and bear arms is also promising a new tax cut package actress Felicity Huffman returns to federal court in Boston today to be sentenced in that college admissions bribery scandal she has admitted to paying fifteen thousand dollars to booster daughters SAT scores in twenty seventeen she is the first parent to be sentenced among thirty four charged in the scandal investigators say all the crew members on a scuba both the caught fire off the coast of California earlier this month were asleep when the fire broke out thirty four people died this is a P. radio news. a strict new policy on asylum seekers is beginning the trump administration has begun enforcing a tough new asylum policy that was affirmed by the Supreme Court Wednesday the new policy effectively denies asylum to all non Mexican migrants who arrived at the southern U. S. border a spokeswoman for homeland security says the policy will be retroactive to July sixteenth when the trump administration initially announced the rule under the rules asylum will be denied to anyone arriving at the U. S. Mexico border who did not seek asylum in the country or countries they passed through first Mike Rossio Washington a shooting in Albuquerque has killed three people and left two others wounded no other information available yet police in Houston say an officer there is in surgery after being shot by one of four men who allegedly stole a car at gun point and later beat up a priest. I'm Rita folate AP radio news. more news right after this. thank you for listening.

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01:48 min | 2 years ago

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"Full investigation mayor bill de Blasio says he doesn't trust con ed anymore after it turned off power to tens of thousands of city residents that we could make repairs and prevent a larger black out as the heat and humidity award con ed is very hardy about this they don't give real answers and they don't feel they have to mayor Blasio said the city still does not have all the answers about those power failures a week ago in the heart of Manhattan I'm Rita folate the power utility con Edison's defending its decision to shut off power to thousands of new Yorkers amid the weekend high temperatures well the mayor says it might be time to find a new power company con ed said in a statement Monday that disconnecting power was necessary to prevent longer outages accounted spokesman told the Associated Press the company remains focused on restoring power to some nineteen thousand many who are in southeastern Brooklyn earlier Monday New York mayor bill de Blasio told reporters he's lost trust in the private company and called for an investigation American consumers are shelling out for sea scallops says this year's harvest is increasing to near record levels sea scallops harvested mostly by boats from the cold Atlantic Ocean are the target of one of the most valuable fisheries in America new data from no us says the harvest topped fifty eight point two million pounds last year the highest total since twenty eleven and the fifth highest in history the availability of scallops for consumers hasn't changed much and prices to consumers have also held about steady the value of the fishery itself though is rising American scallops were worth five hundred thirty two point nine million dollars at the docks last year that's the third highest bigger on record and more than one hundred million dollars higher than the twenty fourteen total.

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