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G-7 leaders united behind Ukraine, aim at Kremlin oil money

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00:47 sec | 4 d ago

G-7 leaders united behind Ukraine, aim at Kremlin oil money

"Most of the world's most powerful economic nations are pledging their support for Ukraine The G 7 nations are the U.S. Germany France Italy the UK Canada and Japan They're promising to support Ukraine and its war against Russia for as long as it takes The host of the G 7 summit German Chancellor Olaf Schultz said we agree the president Putin must not win this war He said they'll continue to punish Putin and his regime economically and politically The G 7 leaders say they'll explore what can be done to limit Russia's income from oil sales and come that's financing its war in Ukraine They also agreed to a ban on imports of Russian gold and to increase aid to countries hit with food shortages because of the war I'm Rita foley

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Rita Foley discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

Rita Foley discussed on AP News Radio

"Planning a summer vacation you're going to have lots of company Travelers want to get back in the air or in the car and head out to that tourist destination say analysts airlines and hotels are expecting monster crowds this summer as pandemic travel restrictions ease Many experts think the number of travelers will match or even exceed the number who traveled in the good old days The pre-pandemic days But if you're only now booking travel for the summer get ready for sticker shock airfares are up hotel rates are up and gas prices are way up A dollar 56 a gallon more than a year ago and there's this Airlines airports hotels and other travel businesses may not be able to handle all the traffic Some got rid of workers when the pandemic hit and haven't been able to get them back in a tight labor market I'm Rita foley

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Prepare for sticker shock if you are traveling this summer

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00:49 sec | Last month

Prepare for sticker shock if you are traveling this summer

"Planning a summer vacation you're going to have lots of company Travelers want to get back in the air or in the car and head out to that tourist destination say analysts airlines and hotels are expecting monster crowds this summer as pandemic travel restrictions ease Many experts think the number of travelers will match or even exceed the number who traveled in the good old days The pre-pandemic days But if you're only now booking travel for the summer get ready for sticker shock airfares are up hotel rates are up and gas prices are way up A dollar 56 a gallon more than a year ago and there's this Airlines airports hotels and other travel businesses may not be able to handle all the traffic Some got rid of workers when the pandemic hit and haven't been able to get them back in a tight labor market I'm Rita foley

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New York Los Angeles, Census Bureau And Chicago discussed on AP News Radio

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00:47 sec | Last month

New York Los Angeles, Census Bureau And Chicago discussed on AP News Radio

"Many Americans left the nation's biggest cities during the first year of the pandemic 8 of the ten largest cities in this country lost population during the first year of the pandemic At the top of the list New York Los Angeles and Chicago New York lost more than 305,000 people between July of 2020 and July of 2021 according to the Census Bureau Among the ten largest cities only San Antonio and Phoenix gained new residents and not many so where did everybody go Many went to smaller big cities primarily in the sunbelt Austin Texas and Fort Worth Jacksonville Florida Charlotte North Carolina The reasons vary housing costs jobs births and deaths I'm Rita foley

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Goodbye NYC: Estimates show big city losses, Sunbelt gains

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00:47 sec | Last month

Goodbye NYC: Estimates show big city losses, Sunbelt gains

"Many Americans left the nation's biggest cities during the first year of the pandemic 8 of the ten largest cities in this country lost population during the first year of the pandemic At the top of the list New York Los Angeles and Chicago New York lost more than 305,000 people between July of 2020 and July of 2021 according to the Census Bureau Among the ten largest cities only San Antonio and Phoenix gained new residents and not many so where did everybody go Many went to smaller big cities primarily in the sunbelt Austin Texas and Fort Worth Jacksonville Florida Charlotte North Carolina The reasons vary housing costs jobs births and deaths I'm Rita foley

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Germany: Fake doctor gets life in prison for patient deaths

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Germany: Fake doctor gets life in prison for patient deaths

"A woman who posed as a doctor gets life in prison after several patients died says a court in Germany prosecutors say the woman had an excessive need for recognition She used a forged license to work as an anesthesiologist say judges causing the deaths of several people she treated Prosecutors say she wrongly dosed anesthetics and failed to treat patient blood poisoning at a hospital in fritzlar north of Frankfurt She's also said to have been responsible for hours of patient oxygen deprivation as well as damage to the cardiovascular system and organ failure in patients She was sentenced on three counts of murder and ten counts of attempted murder Her name wasn't released in line with German privacy rules I'm Rita foley

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EXPLAINER: What is monkeypox and where is it spreading?

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00:45 sec | Last month

EXPLAINER: What is monkeypox and where is it spreading?

"We're learning more about monkeypox where is it and how serious is it First of all your risk of getting monkeypox is low say officials In the past few days they've identified more than 100 cases of monkeypox in Europe North America Israel and Australia Most of the known cases in Europe have been among men who have sex with men You can be infected though through close contact with a sick person Their clothing or bed sheets But most people recover within a month or less without needing to be hospitalized Monkeypox can be fatal though in up to 6% of cases There are vaccines smallpox vaccines are effective against monkeypox and antiviral drugs are also being developed I'm Rita foley

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Storm could slam several southern states with snow and ice

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00:39 sec | 6 months ago

Storm could slam several southern states with snow and ice

"Millions millions of of Americans Americans are are in in the the path path of of a a big big snow snow storm storm this this storm storm is is targeting targeting the the Midwest Midwest the the south south and and the the east east coast coast depending depending upon upon where where you you are are you you may may get get heavy heavy snow snow or or freezing freezing rain rain the the National National Weather Weather Service Service is is Bob Bob Oravec Oravec meets meets for for the the first first twenty twenty four four hours hours a a band band of of heavy heavy snow snow across across parts parts of of southwestern southwestern Minnesota Minnesota across across Iowa Iowa so so it's it's a a pretty pretty big big total total six six to to twelve twelve inches inches across across there there then then the the storm storm to to be be pressing pressing farther farther to to the the south south and and then then it'll it'll be be eventually eventually turning turning up up the the east east coast coast and and it'll it'll be be bitterly bitterly cold cold across across the the north north east east three three tonight tonight says says the the weather weather service service which which is is also also warning warning that that travel travel could could be be hazardous hazardous in in many many places places because because of of the the snow snow and and ice ice I'm I'm Rita Rita Foley Foley

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Times Square show will go on despite virus surge, mayor says

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00:49 sec | 6 months ago

Times Square show will go on despite virus surge, mayor says

"The the new new year's year's eve eve Times Times Square Square ball ball drop drop will will go go on on as as planned planned though though with with smaller smaller crowds crowds because because of of code code that that you're you're looking looking for for to to twenty twenty twenty twenty two two and and getting getting past past the the coded coded era era New New York York City City mayor mayor bill bill de de Blasio Blasio tells tells the the today today show show we've we've got got to to send send a a message message to to the the world world New New York York City City is is open open I I don't don't believe believe I I shut shut downs downs we we have have to to fight fight our our way way through through coded coded the the way way to to do do it it is is vaccination vaccination we we had had the the strongest strongest vaccine vaccine mandates mandates in in the the country country the the crowds crowds watching watching the the ball ball drop drop will will be be smaller smaller vaccinated vaccinated and and masked masked outdoors outdoors vaccination vaccination only only masks masks required required socially socially distance distance but but we we want want to to show show that that we're we're moving moving forward forward mayor mayor de de Blasio's Blasio's last last day day in in office office is is tomorrow tomorrow the the city's city's next next mayor mayor Eric Eric Adams Adams will will take take the the oath oath of of office office in in Times Times Square Square early early Saturday Saturday I'm I'm Rita Rita Foley Foley

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NYC braces for fewer cops, more trash as vax deadline looms

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00:46 sec | 8 months ago

NYC braces for fewer cops, more trash as vax deadline looms

"Thousands of New York City employees refused to get coveted shots and come Monday they'll have to go on unpaid leave and that could mean piles of uncollected trash fire houses shut down fewer police and ambulances on the street police officers firefighters garbage collectors in most other city workers face a five PM Friday deadline to show proof that they've gotten at least one dose of the cobit vaccine workers who don't comply will be put on unpaid leave starting Monday sanitation workers appear to be skipping garbage pick up some protests and the city's police union went to court to try to stop the vaccine requirement mayor bill de Blasio is not backing down he says if we don't stop cove it new Yorkers will die I'm Rita Foley

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"rita foley" Discussed on AP News

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01:38 min | 10 months ago

"rita foley" Discussed on AP News

"Is a P news. I'm Rita Foley. It's Labor Day and millions of Americans are losing their unemployment benefits. With three federal programs expiring today, AP correspondent Julie Walker $300 a week. Federal unemployment supplement that began in March expires today, along with two other federal programs that covered the self employed and gig workers and the long term unemployed about 8.9 million people will lose all their unemployment aid as a result. President Biden's administration believes the U. S economy is strong enough not to be rattled by the drop in unemployment benefits. Officials maintain that other elements of the safety net like the child tax credit, and the snap program are enough to smooth things over. As of Friday, the unemployment rate was down to 5.2% a little bit of a mystery in Afghanistan. Several planes expected to evacuate hundreds of people trying to escape the Taliban. Have been unable to leave the country for days. Conflicting accounts about why Texas Congressman Michael McCaul, the top Republican on the Foreign Affairs Committee, says Americans are among those trying to leave. And he thinks the Taliban is playing tough. My concern is they're going to demand More and more, whether it be cash or legitimacy as the government of Afghanistan. He was on Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace. Hurricane Ida's deadly march from the south to the Northeast, has lawmakers from both parties vowing to upgrade the nation's aging infrastructure network. At least 66 people died because of the storm. Top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer, global warming and the havoc it reads. Reeks,.

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"rita foley" Discussed on AP News

AP News

05:26 min | 11 months ago

"rita foley" Discussed on AP News

"Is a P news. I'm Rita Foley, the U. S military is ramping up evacuations from the airport in Kabul, Afghanistan. For the first time meeting and exceeding US projections, US military flights carried about 17,000 Americans, Afghan allies and others to safety and 36 hours. Here's the AP is my Gracia with the August 31st deadline for the Complete withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan one week away. The frenzied evacuation of U. S citizens and Afghan allies continues Monday marked the busiest day of the evacuation efforts. Army General Stephen Lion's heads US transportation can And I'm very, very confident that will will sustain that effort and improve that effort. To be honest with you. My commitment is to ensure that airlift is never the constraint. In this operation, US officials say a military helicopter was used to pick up 16 American citizens Monday and ferry them to Kabul airport. Mike Grossi, a Washington now is a risky time to be traveling. That's Hawaii's governor, David IgE, a talking about the fast spreading delta variant of the coronavirus. And why he's asking that you not visit the islands right now. And now a first Kathy Hogle became the first female governor of New York at the stroke of midnight Tuesday, Right after Andrew Cuomo left office following his announcement two weeks ago, he would resign rather than face a likely impeachment battle. She planned to meet with legislative leaders later in the morning and make a public address at three p.m. Julie Walker, New York Andrew Cuomo denies sexual harassment allegations on his way out of office. Then governor Cuomo granted clemency to six people, including the driver in a 1981 armored truck robbery in which three people were killed. 76 year old David Gilbert is serving life. This is a P news. The leader of the proud boys is going to jail. The leader of the proud Boys extremist group was sentenced to more than five months in jail. Enrique Terrio told the court he made a grave mistake and was profusely. Sorry for his actions. He pleaded guilty to burning a black lives matter banner that was torn down from a historic black church in downtown Washington, D C and bringing to high capacity firearms magazines entered the nation's capital days before the January capital riot. Proud boy members describe themselves as a politically incorrect men's club for Western chauvinist. Dario hasn't been charged in the capital attack, but for group leaders have been charged with conspiring to impede the certification of President Biden's victory. Ed Donahue. Washington Wisconsin residents who get their first dose of the covid vaccine in the state by Labor Day will get a $100 gift card. Governor Tony Evers made the announcement yesterday. I'm Rita Foley. AP News Pakistan's urging a settlement ahead for Afghanistan Pakistan's foreign minister says an inclusive political settlement is the best way forward for peace and stability in Afghanistan following the Taliban takeover. He says Pakistan fully supports efforts in that direction. According to a Foreign Ministry statement. The minister made the remarks during the phone call with his Russian counterpart. The minister is expected to leave for Uzbekistan on a visit, during which he will also travel to other neighboring states, including Iran to discuss Afghan developments. I'm Charles de la Decima. I'm Rita Foley with an AP newsman at G seven leaders, many of whom are not happy with President Biden's handling of the Afghanistan withdrawal will meet virtually today to talk about The crisis. Here's the AP is my Gracia Amid the backdrop of the Harriet Evacuation from Afghanistan, the G seven leaders of the world seven major industrialized democracies will meet virtually today. At Monday's White House briefing, press secretary Jen Psaki acknowledged the key topic of the G seven conversation will be President Biden self imposed August 31st deadline for the total withdrawal of US forces. We certainly know and many have talked about their desire to raise Questions about the timeline. That's not a surprise, and the president is happy to have that discussion. But in an interview with Taliban spokesman told Sky News, August 31st is a red line The U. S must not cross. China says nations should support peaceful reconstruction in Afghanistan rather than impose sanctions on the Taliban. I'm Rita Foley. Kathy Hogle became the first female governor of New York at the stroke of midnight Tuesday. Right after Andrew Cuomo left office following his announcement two weeks ago, he would resign rather than face a likely impeachment battle. The Democrat from western New York was sworn in as governor in a brief private ceremony in Albany, overseen by the state's chief judge. Hogle will have a ceremonial swearing in event Tuesday morning at the capital with more pumped than the legally required event during the night. She planned to meet with legislative leaders later in the morning and make a public address at three P.m.. Cuomo resigned after an independent investigation by the state attorney general concluded there was credible evidence he'd sexually harassed at least 11 women. He denies the allegations. Julie Walker, NEW YORK This.

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UN Experts Call for More Rules on Countries' Use of Spyware

AP 24 Hour News

00:17 sec | 11 months ago

UN Experts Call for More Rules on Countries' Use of Spyware

"With the U. N are calling on countries to stop the sale and transfer of spyware and others surveillance technology for now, until they set rules governing its use. They say they want to make sure human rights aren't violated. I'm Rita Foley. AP News Belarusan Olympic

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CDC Says Vaccinated Americans Should Wear Masks Indoors Again

AP 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

CDC Says Vaccinated Americans Should Wear Masks Indoors Again

"Mask wearing guidance coupled with higher rates of vaccination against Covid could Stop the rising rate of covid infections in this country In a couple of weeks, the CDC says Even vaccinated people should wear masks indoors in Covid hotspots. I'm Rita Foley,

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Imprisoned 'Dating Game Killer' Alcala Dies in California

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00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Imprisoned 'Dating Game Killer' Alcala Dies in California

"The man they called the dating game killer has died on death row in California Rodney James Alcala may have killed as many as one hundred thirty people across the country say authorities he was sentenced to death in twenty ten for five murders in California in the late seventies he appeared on TV's the dating game in nineteen seventy eight the following year he killed a twelve year old girl prosecutors say he raped one woman with a claw hammer and would repeatedly strangled and resuscitate his victims to prolong their agony a prosecutor in Orange County city killed people because he enjoyed it a caller was seventy seven he died of natural causes at a hospital in California according to prison officials I'm Rita Foley

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10 More Victims Found in Florida Condo Rubble; Death Toll 46

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00:35 sec | 1 year ago

10 More Victims Found in Florida Condo Rubble; Death Toll 46

"They found ten more bodies in the rubble of the collapsed Florida condo building the number known dead is now forty six many more still missing two weeks after the building fell down searchers have found no new signs of survivors they say their mission is still to find people alive a search and rescue mission not a recovery operation Miami Dade mayor Danniella living kava says the families of the missing are preparing for news of tragic loss to use her words I think everybody will be ready she said when it's time to move to the next phase I'm Rita Foley

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Georgia Fire Department Grants 4-Year-Old's Firefighter Wish

AP 24 Hour News

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

Georgia Fire Department Grants 4-Year-Old's Firefighter Wish

"Has sworn in a four year old boy as a recruit. Little Bubba Dietrich is a leukemia patient who wants to be a firefighter. His father says. He loves everything they do. I'm Rita Foley.

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03:00 min | 1 year ago

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"Deserves no mercy because she is quote amongst to cut from the same cloth, a predator and an evil human being. I'm Oscar Welles Gabriel. More Americans are buying homes pending sales are up 8% from May. That from the National Association of Realtors. I'm Rita Foley. AP News I'm Rita Foley with an AP newsman at a pile of illegal homemade fireworks exploded in South Los Angeles as it was being destroyed by a bomb squad flipping over cars, damaging homes and injuring 17 people, including police officers. One man's under arrest. Rescue crews and family members of those still missing in the Florida condo building collapse will meet with President Biden today as he visits Bill Cosby's out of prison. Here's Our Oscar Welles Gabriel Bill Cosby is savoring his freedom now that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has thrown out his sexual assault conviction. He did flash of victory sign to a helicopter that hovered as he walked into his home near Philadelphia. His triumphant return came hours after the highest court in Pennsylvania flipped his sexual assault conviction and ordered him released from prison. New York prosecutors are expected to announce criminal charges today against the Trump Organization and its chief financial officer, Alan Weiss, Ahlberg. I'm Rita Foley. This is a P news. I'm Rita Foley, A man's under arrest in South Los Angeles after a stash of homemade fireworks exploded last night as they were being destroyed by a bomb squad at least 17 people injured, including some police officers. Former President Trump's company and his longtime finance chief reportedly have been indicted on charges stemming from a New York investigation into the former president's business dealings. The charges against the Trump Organization and its chief financial officer, Alan Weiss, Alberg, are expected to be made public today. 18 people now known dead in the Surfside. Florida condo building collapse. 145 still missing. The dead now include Children, says our Jackie Quinn. Four of the victims have been identified as members of a family father, Marcus Guara found Saturday yesterday. The remains of his wife and two daughters, ages 10 and four were identified. County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava expressing her sorrow, the loss of our Children. Is too great to bear audio, courtesy of WPLG TV. Dozens of people remain unaccounted for, and now there are concerns bad weather could hinder the search. I'm Jackie Quinn. President Biden will visit Florida today. Bill Cosby Sexual assault conviction has been thrown out by Pennsylvania's highest cord, which ruled he was unfairly prosecuted. Here's our Oscar Welles Gabriel Bill Cosby had served nearly three years of his 3 to 10 year sentence for drugging and violating Temple University official Andrea Constand in 2004. In a statement, Constand and her lawyers called the ruling disappointing..

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"rita foley" Discussed on AP News

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01:49 min | 1 year ago

"rita foley" Discussed on AP News

"Rita Foley with a P news minute the deaths of about 12 people in Washington state and Oregon may be linked to the fierce heat there. It was 109 degrees yesterday, and Spokane, AP Science writer Seth Borenstein. What makes it really unusual is the Pacific Northwest is not known for heat waves. Just a week or so ago, The Southwest had a heat wave a horrible heat wave, but they're known for he ways this happens. It's a tiny year in Arizona, for he weighs. This is not the time of year for heat waves in the Pacific Northwest, he says. Climate change and drought added to the problems there. There have been rolling power. Blackouts in the region as demand for electricity increases. 12 people known dead now in the Surfside, Florida condo building collapse 149 people still missing. Bad weather has caused temporary delays in the search from time to time. President Biden and the first lady Jill Biden will travel to Surfside on Thursday. I'm Rita Foley. It's Macy's July 4th cell with our lowest prices of the season on summer updates for your home like 20 to 50% off outdoor furniture and the Radley five piece sectional shape sofa $1999 and get a free adjustable base or box spring with qualifying mattress Purchase Plus. Macy Star Rewards members earn on every purchase, accept gift card services and fees sign up today at Macy's dot coms like sorry. Wards, Savings off style and clearance prices. Exclusions five. Citizens may soon lose their legal status to live in the United Kingdom. Millions of Europeans have freely lived, worked and studied in the UK for decades. But Brexit means that those rights are no longer automatically granted, Britain's government introduced a settlement plan.

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Donated US Vaccines Arrive for Mexican Border Cities

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Donated US Vaccines Arrive for Mexican Border Cities

"Mexico is just received coronavirus vaccine donated by the U. S. the US donated more than a million doses of the one shot Johnson and Johnson vaccine officials in Mexico say once those shots are enormous there won't be any reason to continue restricting travel over the U. S. border the US and Mexico of restricted border crossings to essential travel only since early in the pandemic the US shipment will be used to vaccinate anybody over eighteen in four cities along the border Tijuana Mexicali Ciudad Juarez and Reynosa about thirty percent of Mexico's adult population is already gotten Kovic shots I'm Rita Foley

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AP News

02:51 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Rita Foley with an A P news minute. President Biden is in Brussels where he told NATO Secretary General Jens Stolen Berg this morning. The China and Russia pose some serious questions for NATO nations. We have Russia that is not acting in a way that is consistent with what we had hoped and as well as China. In an exclusive NBC News interview that aired this morning on the Today show, Russian President Vladimir Putin dismissed allegations That his country is behind cyber attacks against the U. S. The simplest thing to do would be for us to sit down calmly and agree on joint work in cyberspace option we are willing to engage with international participants, including the United States, You are the ones who have refused to engage in joint work. The Supreme Court has put off a decision about whether it will hear an appeal, claiming that Harvard discriminates against Asian American applicants. I'm Rita Foley. The Supreme Court is considering adding a third blockbuster issue to its agenda. The justices are already looking at abortion and guns. Now they may be adding the issue of affirmative action in higher education. This morning, The court put off a decision on whether to hear an appeal, claiming Harvard discriminates against Asian American applicants. The justices want the Justice Department to way in, which typically takes months. Five years ago, the court ruled 43 that colleges and universities may consider race in admissions, rejecting discrimination claims from a white applicant. But two members of that majority are gone. And with three trump appointees in place, a more conservative court may be more likely to again take up the issue Saga or Megane. Washington. China's embassy in Britain has charged the G seven of inaccurate accusations when the leaders in a joint statement Urged China to make progress on human rights and fundamental freedoms. Unidentified embassy spokesperson says for summit communicate, published and distorted remarks on Xinjiang, Hong Kong, Taiwan and other issues while deliberately slandering China and arbitrarily interfering in China's internal affairs. The China comment goes on the G seven statement is a serious violation of the basic norms of international relations. And exposed the sinister intentions of a few countries such as the U. S and ended with were strongly dissatisfied and firmly opposed to this. I'm Charles I'm Rita Foley with an A P news minute. President Biden is in Brussels, where he told NATO Secretary General Jens Stolen Berg this morning that China and Russia pose some serious questions for NATO nations. We have Russia.

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01:58 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Rita Foley with an A P news minute. President Biden is heading overseas, his first long haul trip as president, during which he'll try to reassure the Europeans that the U. S can once again be counted on as a dependable partner. First stop Britain. White House Press secretary Jen Psaki has been getting ready for 50 years He has been on the world stage. He's known a number of these leaders for decades, including President Putin and including a number of the leaders, he'll see it NATO and he'll see at the G seven. His final meeting on this trip is in Geneva with Russia's Vladimir Putin. White House National Security advisor Jake Sullivan being able to look President Putin in the eye and say this is what America's expectations are. This is what America stands for. This is what America is all about. This, we believe is an essential aspect of US Russia diplomacy President Biden wants to privately pressure Vladimir Putin to end several provocations, including efforts by the Kremlin to interfere in US elections. I'm Rita Foley. I'm Rita Foley with an A P news minute president Biden leaves this morning for Britain and a trip that includes a meeting of the G Seven Nations and NATO summit and the meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. This is President Biden's first overseas trip as president. But White House press secretary Jen Psaki says he's ready. He's been getting ready for 50 years, he has been on the world stage. He's known a number of these leaders for decades, including President Putin and including a number of the leaders. He'll see it NATO and he'll see at the G seven reporters asked White House National Security advisor Jake Sullivan. How President Biden can trust anything. Russia's president, Putin says the relationship between the US and Russia is not about Relationship of trust. It's about a relationship of verification. It's about a relationship of clarifying what our expectations are and laying out that if certain kinds of harmful activities continue to occur, there will be responses from the United States. White House National security advisor Jake Sullivan. I'm Rita Foley..

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3 police officers charged in death of unarmed Black man who said he couldn't breathe

AP 24 Hour News

00:06 sec | 1 year ago

3 police officers charged in death of unarmed Black man who said he couldn't breathe

"Of a black man will hear the charges against him this morning in court. I'm Rita Foley.

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Blinken Signals No Immediate US Press for Mideast Cease-Fire

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Blinken Signals No Immediate US Press for Mideast Cease-Fire

"Secretary of state Tony Blinken is signaling that the US will not press for an immediate ceasefire between Israel and Hamas the rulers of Gaza democratic lawmakers and a key Republican are calling on the president to pressure both sides to stop the fighting senator Todd young of Indiana is the senior Republican on the foreign relations subcommittee for the region but secretary blank and says it is up to the parties to make clear that they want to pursue a cease fire any ceasefire would be by definition that between them but we are ready to engage support in fighting in the past week has killed hundreds most of them Palestinians in Gaza I'm Rita Foley

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01:40 min | 1 year ago

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"I books. I'm Rita Foley with an AP Newsman at Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the House will move ahead with legislation to impeach President Trump after Trump supporters stormed the U. S Capitol building. But she's calling on Vice President Pence and the president's Cabinet to invoke their constitutional authority to remove President Trump from office. AP Washington Correspondent Sagar Madani Pelosi wants them to invoke the 25th amendment and remove the president. Either way the House will try to make him the first president impeached twice as talk of removing the president grows. Two Republican senators say he should resign before his term ends next week. Lisa Murkowski and Pat Toomey, who tells NBC's meet the press. The president should just go away as soon as possible. Washington DC's mayor Muriel Bowser is asking for more security around President elect Biden's inauguration on January 20th. She cites new threats. I'm Rita Foley. Trump has not taken any responsibility for his role in inciting Wednesday's violence amid a rebellion from members of his own party and ongoing efforts to remove him from office. He's had no public schedule, but on Tuesday he'll travel to Alamo, Texas to highlight his administration's efforts to curb illegal immigration and border wall construction. And ABC News Ipsos poll released Sunday found that 67% of respondents said Trump deserves a good amount or great deal of blame for the insurrection and 56% believe he should be removed from office. I'm Julie Walker. This'll.

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01:34 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Rita Foley within a P newsman at Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the House will move ahead with legislation to impeach President Trump after Trump supporters stormed the U. S Capitol building. But she's calling on Vice President Pence and the president's Cabinet to invoke their constitutional authority to remove President Trump from office. AP Washington Correspondent Sagar Madani Pelosi wants them to invoke the 25th amendment and remove the president. Either way the House will try to make him the first president impeached twice as talk of removing the president grows. Two Republican senators say he should resign before his term ends next week. Lisa Murkowski and Pat Toomey, who tells NBC's meet the press. The president should just go away as soon as possible. Washington DC's mayor Muriel Bowser is asking for more security around President elect Biden's inauguration on January 20th. She cites new threats. I'm Rita Foley. Trump has not taken any responsibility for his role in inciting Wednesday's violence amid a rebellion from members of his own party and ongoing efforts to remove him from office. He's had no public schedule, but on Tuesday he'll travel to Alamo, Texas to highlight his administration's efforts to curb illegal immigration and border wall construction. And ABC News Ipsos poll released Sunday found that 67% of respondents said Trump deserves a good amount or great deal of blame for the insurrection and 56% believe he should be removed from office. I'm Julie Walker. This'll.

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03:01 min | 2 years ago

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"This is a I'm Rita Foley Attorney General William Barr spokeswoman says he has no plans to resign but that's not what we're hearing a source in the administration tells the AP that Attorney General William Barr after president trumpet nor his warning about interfering with the justice department and being under pressure from Democrats to call him the president's personal lawyer is considering his resignation trump has tweeted he has the legal right to intervene in criminal cases add his confidante Roger stone should get a new trial after being found guilty of witness tampering and other charges to McGuire Washington former Illinois governor rod Blagojevich is out of prison in planning a news conference today his sentence for trying to sell a Senate seat and shake down a children's hospital commuted by president trump Chicago mayor Laurie Lightfoot is not happy president trump is probably the least credible person to make this decision given that what he's done over and over again to fund his nose at one of the core principles of our democracy is it the no one is above the law and not him the president's able go if it's his prison sentence was too long the president also showed mercy to what others including financier Michael Milken who pleaded guilty to violating security laws and former New York police commissioner Bernie characters Sir just over three years for tax fraud and lying to the White House tonight Smike Bloomberg's W. won the debate stage is a twenty twenty democratic presidential candidate the debate is in Las Vegas tonight the spread of the corona virus in China is slowing down we're hearing but more than two thousand people have now died from the virus in China meanwhile hundreds of passengers began leaving the diamond princess cruise ship off the coast of Japan this morning after a two week quarantine that failed to stop the spread of the virus this is a P. news we know now how a missing six year old South Carolina girl died Faye Marie sweat like was last seen playing in her front yard after getting off the school bus just hours after she was kidnapped the girl was dead the calls of face death has been ruled the stakes the ation corner Margaret Fisher says a neighbor Cody Taylor killed himself after the six year old's body was found police T. Byron snow grow says DNA linked Taylor to this case evidence leads us to believe that the deceased but ducted and killed six zero fe Marie swat look and it appears that he is the sole perpetrator of this crime Taylor had no criminal record still grow didn't talk about white Taylor would have kidnapped the girl I'm a Donahue authorities in the Philippines called reporters during news conference and presented an American woman charged with trying to smuggle a six day old baby out of the country Jennifer Talbot is from Utah I'm Reid of folly AP news more news right after this thank.

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02:01 min | 3 years ago

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"A radio news. I'm Rita Foley, bowling President Trump is talking about immigrants who come to the US illegally as Mexico moves thousands of troops to its southern border, try to stop immigrants moving north. The president spoke to ABC news. Chief anchor George Stephanopoulos, about this more people crossing the border than ever before right now. Let's because the economy is so good that joined to come into a country. I mean, we have many more people wanting to come in and they economic reasons coming for Silom US, pressuring Mexico to stem the flow of immigrants to the US over the weekend, Mexico increased enforcement checking ID's pulling immigrants off public transport and intercepting trucks, packed with hundreds of immigrants. It's been twenty five years in OJ Simpson says he's got a little getting even to do. He's joined Twitter and posted a video is Associated Press spoke with him on the golf course in Las Vegas where he lives Simpson said Twitter will be fun and the ad some things. To straighten out goodn-, even then came the next tweet another video standing in front of a pool able to say what ever they want to see about me with no accountability. Now get the challenge a lot. It's been twenty five years since the grizzly killings of his ex-wife and her friend transformed him from hall of fame football hero to murder suspect. I'm Julie Walker. OJ Simpson was acquitted of murder charges an off-duty LAPD officer shot and killed a man of thority say attacked him inside a southern California Cosco, but authorities are not revealing. Many details, witnesses reported an argument between two people than say they heard shots to other people were critically injured one person shot dead. And at least seven others wounded during a graduation party in Philadelphia. We don't know exactly what happened in this situation. We're why there have been no arrests yet. This is a P radio news. Did you go to the movies over the weekend?.

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02:00 min | 3 years ago

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"A radio news. I'm Rita Foley resident Trump as arrived in Britain Air Force One touchdown at Stanstead airport near London within the past hour, the president's overseas for commemorations of the seventy fifth anniversary of d day are Charles de LA desma reports. The president has arrived on the first leg of a trip that will include meeting, the British Queen, and commemorating the seventy fifth anniversary of d day during a ceremony at the Normandy, American cemetery in France, but Trump arrives a precarious movement in Britain, British Prime Minister, Theresa may. We'll step down days off to Trump visits and French president Emmanuel Macron is expecting to use the seventy fifth anniversary of the world will not buckle the turned the tide on the western front to call the strengthening the multinational ties the American president has frayed shells with the mayor of London City says, President Trump should have been invited to Britain on a state visit. Kicking off the reprehensible things. He says the president is done separating children from their parents on the Mexican border introduced a ban on Muslim majority countries Stein, ended up in defendant, white supremacists Neo Nazis, not see my in Charleville moments before Air Force One landed this morning. The president tweeted, the mayor con is a quote stone cold loser who by all accounts has done a terrible job as mayor of London hundreds of people gathered yesterday, to remember, the twelve people shot dead in Virginia Beach on Friday, city, and state officials were among the mourners at a vigil at a church in Virginia Beach. The city manager Dave Hansen says shooter, Dwayne Craddock a city employee was not being terminated from his job. Craddock was killed in a shootout. With police authorities say nobody was hurt when an explosion at a chemical plant shook buildings for miles in the San Francisco Bay area. It apparently happened as a tanker truck was being filled with hydrogen. This is a P radio news. A monsters climbed atop the weekend box office..

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AP News

03:05 min | 3 years ago

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"Radio news. I'm Rita Foley, laid the national weather service is getting more and more reports of tornadoes. The nation's now tied record tornadoes eleven days in a row. The mid west is getting hit hard tornadoes rolled through the Kansas City area last night and one slammed into eastern Pennsylvania. Michelle Kyle lives in Berks county, Pennsylvania, and she's looking around her neighborhood, people don't have windows. True trees are on top of things. No reports of injuries. Fortunately, so far this year, thirty eight people have died in ten tornadoes in the United States. It's the first trial of its kind in the nation, targeting companies accused of fueling the opioid crisis. Oklahoma attorney general, Mike hunter came out swinging against corporate greed in the nation's first state trial against an opioid manufacturer Janssen pharmaceuticals in this case deceitful multi. Billion dollar brainwashing campaign. The audio comes courtesy of K. O K, H TV. He says the company needs to be held accountable for the lives ruined in the billions, it will take to end the crisis lawyers for the Johnson and Johnson subsidiary say their products, help patients and were heavily regulated. I'm Jacky Quin, Joe Biden's presidential campaign, calling President Trump's recent comments about Biden beneath the dignity of the office earlier this week. President Trump said he'd greed with North Korean leader. Kim Jong UN. The Biden is a low IQ, individual while way, the Chinese tech companies in court in the US as it battles with Trump administration. The US claims while way is a security threat. While way is challenging the constitutionality of a law that limits, its sales of telecom equipment, a Canadian man who sold encrypted, blackberry. Phones to criminals worldwide that let them plan murders has been sentenced to nine years in prison in San Diego. This is AP radio news. We'll Hollywood retaliate against the state of Georgia, after it passed a law banning almost all abortions so far, major Hollywood studios have stayed mum about a possible, Georgia boycott. But Netflix has taken a step toward expressing displeasure about the state's new strict antiabortion law. The streaming service says it will join forces with groups like the American Civil Liberties union and contesting the law in court. And if the measure does end up taking affect all bets will be off the company's chief content officer saying net flicks officials then would rethink their entire investment in the state a Moscow wells Gabriel a decorated US marine has died in Australia from injuries sustained in a military training accident. Lance corporal, hands son of all Pereira was twenty one years old. He was from Fairfax, Virginia. He died this morning from injuries. He suffered over the weekend. And a tactical vehicle accident. I'm Rita Foley. AP radio news. Thank you. I'm ready to make my credits. Can I'm ready to take classes from university that will help me build a Mike? Experience.

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AP News

03:03 min | 3 years ago

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"News. I'm Rita Foley, laid the national weather service is getting more and more reports of tornadoes. The nation's now tied a record tornadoes eleven days in a row. The mid west is getting hit hard tornadoes rolled through the Kansas City area last night and one slammed into eastern Pennsylvania. Michelle Kyle lives in Berks county, Pennsylvania, and she's looking around her neighborhood, people don't have windows there through trees or top things. No reports of injuries. Fortunately, so far this year, thirty eight people of died in ten tornadoes in the United States. It's the first trial of its kind in the nation, targeting companies accused of fueling the opioid crisis. Oklahoma's attorney general, Mike hunter came out swinging against corporate greed in the nation's first state trial against an opioid manufacturer Janssen pharmaceuticals in this case. Senegal deceitful, multimillion dollar brainwashing campaign. The audio comes courtesy of KO, k-, H TV. He says the company needs to be held accountable for the lives ruined. And the billions, it will take to end the crisis lawyers for the Johnson and Johnson. Subsidiary say their products helped patients and were heavily regulated. I'm Jacky Quin, Joe Biden's presidential campaign, calling President Trump's recent comments about Biden beneath the dignity of the office earlier this week. President Trump said he'd greed with North Korean leader, Kim Jong noon. The Biden is a low IQ, individual while way, the Chinese tech companies in court in the US as it battles with the Trump administration, the US claims while way is a security threat. While way is challenging the constitutionality of a law that limits, its sales telecom equipment, a Canadian man who sold encrypted blackberry phones to criminals worldwide that let them plan murders has been sentenced to nine years in prison and San Diego. This is a peer. Radio news. We'll Hollywood retaliate against the state of Georgia, after it passed a law banning almost all abortions so far, major Hollywood studios have stayed mum about a possible, Georgia boycott. But Netflix has taken a step toward expressing displeasure about the state's new strict antiabortion law. The streaming service says it will join forces with groups like the American Civil Liberties union and contesting the law in court. And if the measure does end up taking affect all bets will be off the company's chief content officer saying net flicks officials then would rethink their entire investment in the state a Moscow wells Gabriel a decorated US marine has died in Australia from injuries sustained in a military training accident. Lance corporal, hands son of all Pereira was twenty one years old. He was from Fairfax, Virginia. He died this morning from injuries. He suffered over the weekend and tactical vehicle accident. I'm Rita Foley. AP radio news. Seven eleven has more drinks than times. You've been caught sending in your car, a hand randomly,.

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AP News

03:10 min | 3 years ago

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"News. I'm Rita Foley, laid the national weather service is getting more and more reports of tornadoes. The nation's now tied record tornadoes eleven days in a row. The mid west is getting hit hard tornadoes rolled through the Kansas City area last night and one slammed into eastern Pennsylvania. Michelle Kyle lives in Berks county, Pennsylvania, and she's looking around her neighborhood, people don't have windows there. Trees are on top of things. No reports of injuries. Fortunately, so far this year, thirty eight people of died in ten tornadoes in the United States. It's the first trial of its kind in the nation, targeting companies accused of fueling the opioid crisis. Oklahoma's attorney general, Mike. Connor came out swinging against corporate greed in the nation's first state trial against an opioid manufacturer Janssen pharmaceuticals in this case to Siebel multi-million dollar brainwashing campaign. The audio comes courtesy of KO, k- HDTV. He says the company needs to be held accountable for the lives ruined in the billions, it will take to end the crisis lawyers for the Johnson and Johnson subsidiary say their products, help patients and were heavily regulated. I'm Jacky Quin, Joe Biden's presidential campaign is calling President Trump's recent comments about buying beneath the dignity of the office earlier this week, President Trump said he'd greed with North Korean leader. Kim Jong UN the Biden is a low IQ individual while way the Chinese tech companies in court in the US as it battles with the Trump administration, the US claims while way is a security threat. While ways challenging the constitutionality of a law that limits, its sales of telecom equipment, a Canadian man who sold encrypted blackberry phones to criminals worldwide that let them plan murders has been sentenced to nine years in prison and San Diego. This is AP radio news will Hollywood retaliate against the state of Georgia, after it passed a law banning almost all abortions so far, major Hollywood studios have stayed mum about a possible, Georgia boycott. But Netflix has taken a step toward expressing displeasure about the state's new strict antiabortion law, the streaming services, it will join forces, with groups like the American Civil Liberties union and contesting the law in court. And if the measure does end up taking affect all bets will be off the company's chief content officer saying. At flicks. Officials then would rethink their entire investment in the state. A Moscow wells Gabriel a decorated US marine has died in Australia from injuries sustained in a military training accident. Lance corporal, hands son of all Pereira was twenty one years old. He was from Fairfax, Virginia. He died this morning from injuries. He suffered over the weekend and a tactical vehicle accident. I'm Rita Foley. AP radio news. More news right after this. I'm ready to make my credits. Can I'm ready to take classes from university that will help me build a Mike? Experience to prepare me for the future university that will make me feel supported a curse.

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AP News

01:42 min | 3 years ago

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"Holiday song strange fruit. Dramatize the horrors of one chain. The other statues will honor a pioneering Dr a lighthouse keeper and teacher who helped these segregate public transportation in eighteen fifty four first lady, Shirley Anne McRae. Made the announcement Wednesday months after the city announced plans for a statue of Shirley Chisholm, the first black woman to serve in congress. I'm Rita Foley. With an AP news minute funerals are beginning. Now for some of the twenty three people who died in a tornado on Sunday and Lee county, Alabama, President Trump visits today. The White House is reacting after former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was sentenced to almost four years in prison last night by a federal judge White House, counselor Kellyanne Conway did seem that. But their sentence may be was much more than perhaps other people get for bitter crimes sentencing guidelines called for twenty years. Manafort will be sentenced next in a separate case in which he pleaded guilty to charges related to illegal lobbying. The house is overwhelmingly passed a resolution condemning bigotry, including anti-semitism, he said he wants sold. Cigarettes to Bonnie and CLYDE former Texas congressman World War Two pilot. Ralph hall has died at the age of ninety five the oldest ever member of the house. I'm Rita Foley, more news right after this with Amazon music, avoid all you need. Alexa,.

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02:56 min | 3 years ago

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"Supporting Madero find no safe harbor, no easy exit. And no way out. You will lose everything. The president says socialism has ravaged Venezuela. Even the world's largest reserves of oil are no longer enough to keep the lights on. He has been looking to draw a contrast with the policies of progressive Democrats back at home, which he brands as socialists America will never be a socialist. Donohue. The president is firing back after a former FBI official goes public with a bombshell claim Andrew McCabe, the fired FBI deputy director has a new book out. And during an interview on CBS's, sixty minutes, he said the rod Rosenstein now, the deputy attorney general once raised the idea of invoking the twenty fifth amendment to remove Donald Trump from office. The president calls this illegal and treasonous and tweets. It looks like they were planning a very illegal act and got caught Rosenstein, by the way is the man who initiated special counsel Robert Muller's Russia investigation. Rita Foley, Washington, Chicago police wanted or view jussie smollet again. A Chicago police spokesman says investigators reached out to Jesse smell. Let's attorney to request another interview with the empire. Aker after releasing two brothers who've been considered suspects back on Friday without charges forties believes smell at staged last month's salt that agreeing jury may hear evidence in the case correspondent that small reporting or these stories at townhall dot com. Hi this. Is Alexander green chief investment strategist for the Oxford club. Just for a moment. I'd like you to picture the perfect stock. No doubt. It would have hundreds of billions in revenue more than IBM Facebook and Google it would probably be a leader in cutting edge technology like smartphones, robotics, he would be on the verge of dozens of blockbuster announcements, but most of all it would be altered cheap trading at less than three dollars a share. Now, it may seem crazy the such a stock exists. But it does is a cutting edge tech company that has made deals worth hundreds of millions of dollars with Nokia, Microsoft and Cisco and a twenty nine point two billion dollar deal with apple it's set to create fifty thousand new jobs right here in America, and Donald Trump even calls it, the eighth wonder of the world yet you've likely never even heard of the stock why because it trades under a secret name to find out why the secret three dollar stock can help you retire. Simply go to one stock retirement dot com. That's one stock retirement dot com. Hey, there folks, this is Lou cannon studio technician here at the patriots just like all of you have been hearing about my pillow and was skeptical. There's as great as everyone says, it is well, I received my first my pillow, and I absolutely fell in love with it. I've been using the typical down feather pillow, and it kept me up all night with constant neck pain..

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AP News

02:53 min | 3 years ago

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"AP's Rita Foley reports the website banning dangerous prank videos YouTube will no longer allow video challenges that could lead to people being seriously injured or even killed a recent challenge encouraged viewers to eat tide detergent pods another had people going about their daily activities while blindfolded also out content that encourages dangerous or illegal act. And anything that incites violence. I'm Rita Foley. A bombing in Syria has killed several American troops AP Washington. Correspondent saga megani? Reports. It comes as the US begins a military withdrawal from the country. The military says the troops were on a routine patrol in man Bidgwood a bomb went off nearby. It is not saying how many troops were killed. The attack comes weeks after President Trump called aides and allies off guard by announcing the US will pull out of Syria. Islamic state militants are claiming responsibility for the attack. And while that could not be independently verified it calls into question. The president's claim that the militants had been defeated in Syria. Something vice President Mike Pence repeated shortly after the bombing the caliphate has crumbled Pence defended the move to pull out though, critics say it's premature saga megani at the White House. With the government shutdown already the longest in the nation's history, there appears to be no end in sight. But as to McGuire reports one Republican Senator is looking for a way to end it calling on members of both parties to work together. South Carolina, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham is trying to get together. Senators from both parties to talk with President Trump about a short term continuing resolution to reopen the government into next month to allow time for talks on border funding and his wall. There's no way to get a deal without the president talking to Democrats and Republicans. Nobody's gonna talk seriously with each other as long as the government shutdown Graham admits his plan is a long shot. I can't guarantee an outcome. If you give us three weeks, but I pretty well can guarantee you going nowhere quit doing what we're doing Tim McGuire Washington. A victory for may. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news minute. British Prime Minister Theresa May's government has won a no confidence vote in parliament. But faces a battle to keep control of Brexit. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, thanks President Trump should reopen. The government for three weeks and negotiate on border security. Just don't see another path if this doesn't work then you better do the executive action because I don't see any legislative solution. The military says American troops were killed in an explosion while conducting a routine patrol in northern Syria. The exact number is not been released. This is Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz ISIS radical Islamic terrorism has declared war on America. And and our fighting men and women they risked their lives, and they died heroes. We must stand vigilant.

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