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Among first acts, Biden to call for 100 days of mask-wearing

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00:47 sec | 16 hrs ago

Among first acts, Biden to call for 100 days of mask-wearing

"President elect Joe Biden talks about his immediate plans once he takes office on January twentieth in an interview with CNN president elect Joe Biden says audit operation day he will ask the people of this country to wear masks for one Hundred Days as a way to significantly reduce the corona virus Biden notes that he's already asked Dr Anthony Fauci to stay on as head of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases and as a chief medical advisor along with being part of his covert nineteen advisory team the president elect says he'll get his coronavirus shot in public to ease some of the fears surrounding the vaccines Biden also told CNN he has received private calls from several Republican senators congratulating him on his victory Tim McGuire Washington

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'America is back': Biden pushes past Trump era with nominees

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00:55 sec | Last week

'America is back': Biden pushes past Trump era with nominees

"We're tired. President elect Biden will tell the nation this afternoon that Americans will get through this pandemic together. Biden tells NBC. The transition to his administration is underway and the proper people are talking with each other. Yesterday he introduced the top picks for his incoming administration. A team he says will restore America's leadership in the world. Theeighties Tim McGuire reports. President elect Joe Biden pulls from the ranks of Washington veterans announcing his nominations to key national security and Cabinet posts is a team that will keep our country and our people safe and secure. It's a team that reflects the fact that America is back. Biden's picks include several women and people of color, some of whom would break barriers have confirmed to their new positions, including Averil. Haines has the first woman nominated his director of National Intelligence, and Allah, Hendra, My Yorkis, the first immigrant nominated to head the Department of Homeland

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'America is back': Biden pushes past Trump era with nominees

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00:46 sec | Last week

'America is back': Biden pushes past Trump era with nominees

"President elect Joe Biden names nominees for top diplomatic and national security posts president elect Joe Biden pulls from the ranks of Washington veterans announcing his nominations to key national security and cabinet posts it's a team that will keep our country and our people safe and secure it's a team that reflects the fact that America is back Biden's nominees are a clear departure from president trump whose cabinet has largely consisted of men almost all of them white pines picks include several women and people of color some of whom would break barriers if confirmed to their new positions including Afro Haynes as the first woman nominated as director of national intelligence and Alejandro my York us the first immigrant nominated to head the department of homeland security Tim McGuire Washington

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Oregon, New Mexico order lockdowns, as coronavirus cases surge across US

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01:16 min | 2 weeks ago

Oregon, New Mexico order lockdowns, as coronavirus cases surge across US

"New Mexico are in near lockdowns as a coronavirus surge explodes across the country. Mexico Governor Michelle Do Han Grisham. AP News for Friday, November 13th I'm Tim McGuire shelter in Place. Oregon and New Mexico are in near lockdowns as a coronavirus surge explodes across the country. Mexico Governor Michelle do Han Grisham says all non essential businesses will be closed for two weeks. Stay at home except for on Lee, the most essential trips for health. Safety and welfare. Other governors are not going as far restricting the number of people inside bars, restaurants and other businesses. Crowd size is also being curtailed. Colorado Governor Jared Polish, and I think the country is gonna pass 200,000 cases per day. In the next day or two in Colorado, 6439. Also a record for Colorado. Deaths are also spiking about 1000 per day. At that rate, a quarter million people will have died in the pandemic in the U. S. By sometime next week. The governors of California and Oregon have also issued travel advisories that people entering or returning to the states. Should self quarantine

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2020 election "most secure in history," security officials say

AP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 3 weeks ago

2020 election "most secure in history," security officials say

"Election Security Committee made up of state election officials and federal cyber security officials says last week's election was the most secure in the nation's history. Members of an executive committee of top state and federal election officials say in a statement they found no evidence of lost, compromised or altered votes in last week's election. The committee members also reject claims made by President Trump and his supporters of widespread fraud. The committee is made up of top level officials within the Cyber Security Infrastructure Security Agency, which was set up by President Trump two years ago. Various secretaries of state and election officials, They add states with close races now have paper records of each vote, allowing the recount of each ballot. Tim McGuire, Washington

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Georgia secretary of state orders hand recount of presidential votes

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00:39 sec | 3 weeks ago

Georgia secretary of state orders hand recount of presidential votes

"To respond today to team Trump's request for a recount. Tim McGuire has the story. Secretary of State Republican Brad Reference. Berger has been asked by Congressman Doug Collins heading Trumps Recount team and the party state chairman. To order a hand recount of the five million votes cast that would be in line with the state law requiring one of the statewide races be audited for accuracy of the tally. Reference purge, ER says. Since the races so close, every ballot would have to be recounted. Biden has a 12,000 vote leave less than half of percent, which under Georgia law would allow for the request for a recount. In Pennsylvania. A

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Another record low in viewership for 'Pandemmys'

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00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Another record low in viewership for 'Pandemmys'

"The a Emmy woman ratings faces are charges in of and mailing they several won't letters be getting containing any awards ricin including one to the White House just as the nominees a woman and arrested winners at at the the peace Emmys bridge did crossing potential from Canada viewers to of buffalo the award New York show has stayed her first socially appearance distant in federal court from Tuesday this year's pandemic connection ceremony with an intercepted and envelope it's a trend containing ricin not a blip which was Nielsen addressed reports to the White six House point one Canadian million people and watch U. S. investigators Sunday night also show searched down a home from six in Quebec point nine million royal last Canadian year Mounted and it's Police the third corporal Charles straight Paul year yea tell of record CTV low viewership on Monday not there's a even link the between novelty the suspect of seeing and the female he's suspect delivered by that was hand arrested in to buffalo stars New York homes yesterday could reverse that last and year marked this the first time data that the enemies dipped this residence below the ten the million woman mark who hasn't in viewership been identified as recently is as twenty also thirteen suspected of having the show mailed ricin drew letters seventeen to law enforcement point agencies six million in viewers the Rio Grande I'm Valley Oscar in wells South Gabriel Texas I'm Tim McGuire

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Arrest in case of ricin letters sent to White House, Texas

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00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Arrest in case of ricin letters sent to White House, Texas

"A woman faces charges of mailing several letters containing ricin including one to the White House a woman arrested at the peace bridge crossing from Canada to buffalo New York has her first appearance in federal court Tuesday connection with an intercepted envelope containing ricin which was addressed to the White House Canadian and U. S. investigators also searched a home in Quebec royal Canadian Mounted Police corporal Charles Paul yea tell CTV on Monday there's a link between the suspect the female suspect that was arrested in buffalo New York yesterday and this data this residence the woman who hasn't been identified is also suspected of having mailed ricin letters to law enforcement agencies in the Rio Grande Valley in South Texas I'm Tim McGuire

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Arrest in case of ricin letters sent to White House, Texas

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00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Arrest in case of ricin letters sent to White House, Texas

"A woman faces charges of mailing several letters containing ricin including one to the White House a woman arrested at the peace bridge crossing from Canada to buffalo New York has her first appearance in federal court Tuesday connection with an intercepted envelope containing ricin which was addressed to the White House Canadian and U. S. investigators also searched a home in Quebec royal Canadian Mounted Police corporal Charles Paul yea tell CTV on Monday there's a link between the suspect the female suspect that was arrested in buffalo New York yesterday and this data this residence the woman who hasn't been identified is also suspected of having mailed ricin letters to law enforcement agencies in the Rio Grande Valley in South Texas I'm Tim McGuire

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Republicans paint dark picture of future if Trump loses

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00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Republicans paint dark picture of future if Trump loses

"The first night of the Republican National Convention features speeches denouncing Democrats painting a bleak future should Joe Biden be elected in one speech a schoolteacher said conservative values are being attacked by labor unions a small business owner talked of unwarranted pandemic shut downs and riotous mobs Florida congressman Matt Gaetz outlined what he sees as a horror film with Joe Biden as an extra an ordinary people trapped in a dark and dangerous world still disarm you empty the prisons lock you in your home and invite MS thirteen to live next door earlier Monday delegates in Charlotte North Carolina approved resolutions including one labeling the Southern Poverty Law Center which catalogs aid groups as a radical organization I'm Tim McGuire

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Fed sees dim economic outlook as virus squeezes economy

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00:48 sec | 4 months ago

Fed sees dim economic outlook as virus squeezes economy

"The federal reserve says a corona virus pandemic will act as a drag on the economy for months to come federal reserve board chairman Jay Powell following Wednesday's policy meeting said a key interest rate will remain at just above zero percent as a pandemic continues to be the most compelling factor against the economy a full recovery is unlikely until people are confident that it's safe to re engage in a broad range of activities the fed announced no new policies saying it will continue to buy about one hundred twenty billion dollars in treasury and mortgage bonds each month as a way to inject cash into the financial markets Despard borrowing and spending the fed's overall message is that it will keep rates low indefinitely with the economy in a severe downturn Tim McGuire Washington

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Fed sees dim economic outlook as virus squeezes economy

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00:48 sec | 4 months ago

Fed sees dim economic outlook as virus squeezes economy

"The federal reserve says a corona virus pandemic will act as a drag on the economy for months to come federal reserve board chairman Jay Powell following Wednesday's policy meeting said a key interest rate will remain at just above zero percent as a pandemic continues to be the most compelling factor against the economy a full recovery is unlikely until people are confident that it's safe to re engage in a broad range of activities the fed announced no new policies saying it will continue to buy about one hundred twenty billion dollars in treasury and mortgage bonds each month as a way to inject cash into the financial markets Despard borrowing and spending the fed's overall message is that it will keep rates low indefinitely with the economy in a severe downturn Tim McGuire Washington

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Big Ten scraps nonconference football games due to pandemic

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00:48 sec | 5 months ago

Big Ten scraps nonconference football games due to pandemic

"A major college sports conference cancels non conference games in football and several other sports the Big Ten Conference announces it will not play football games against non conference opponents some forty games at all this fall because of the corona virus pandemic the decision scuttles a number of top match ups in rivalry games such as Wisconsin hosting Notre Dame and I were playing cross state rival Iowa state conference leaders say the decision is based on medical advice and would be applied only if the conference is able to participate in fall sports at all commissioner Kevin Warren tells the big ten network we may not have college football season in the big ten the move follows the ivy league's decision to drop all fall sports because of the corona virus pandemic I'm Tim McGuire

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Mississippi gov. signs bill removing Confederate emblem from flag

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00:50 sec | 5 months ago

Mississippi gov. signs bill removing Confederate emblem from flag

"A bill into law that retires the last state flag to display the Confederate battle symbol Tim McGuire has more. The Mississippi state flag with the rebel battle standard in the upper left corner is the final state banner bearing the Confederate symbol to be removed in this country. Governor Tate Reeves signing a bill that retires the old 18 94 flag in favour of a new one. There will be designed by a commission with the only stipulation that it has to include the words in God, we trust the people of Mississippi. Black and white. Young and old can be proud of a banner that puts our faith front and center. Critics in the state where nearly 40% of the people are black, have said it was wrong to have a flag marked by the Confederacy, particularly since the Ku Klux Klan and other hate groups have used it as a symbol. I'm Tim Maguire.

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IMF downgrades outlook for global economy in face of virus

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00:44 sec | 5 months ago

IMF downgrades outlook for global economy in face of virus

"The IMF predicts a deepening coronavirus recession through the rest of this year the International Monetary Fund predicts that the global economy will fall four point nine percent well the U. S. will slide eight percent economists also predict rebounds provided there isn't a severe second wave of the corona virus pandemic the forecasters say the world economy could expand five point four percent next year well the U. S. could gave four point five percent to twenty twenty one that's not enough to recover to the level before the pandemic yet if there is another major outbreak early next year then the IMF estimates that the global economy will shrink another four point nine percent Tim McGuire Washington

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"tim mcguire" Discussed on AP News

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02:53 min | 7 months ago

"tim mcguire" Discussed on AP News

"AP news I'm Tim McGuire president trump announces a push to develop and distribute corona virus vaccines segment Ghani reports it's called operation warp speed and the president says it's unlike anything the nation has seen since the Manhattan Project it's aimed at having three hundred million vaccine doses in stock by January which even national institutes of health director Francis Collins tells the AP is a stretch goal if there ever was one way outstripping anything that's ever been done and it could waste millions of shots and a lot of money if the vaccines chosen for production don't pan out the president believes they wheeled by years that one of action is ready the U. S. government will deploy every plane drunken soldier required to help distribute it soccer make ani Washington the president was among those not wearing a mask at the White House today Dr Anthony Fauci wise we've all been tested and where a quite a distance away and were outdoor so I told them I gave them the option they could wear it or not so you can blame it on me but I gave the options we could wear it or not the commerce department says for a second straight month retail sales tumbled by a record percentage April sales off by more than sixteen percent Columbia University business school retail expert mark Cohen from sweaters and T. shirts and jeans to airline seats and restaurant seats and theater tickets it's easy to understand why sixteen percent as shocking as it is is probably just the beginning of what we're going to see in the next few months gone adds that the tens of millions of people who are out of jobs are cutting back on spending only buying what they need J. C. Penney which had been having trouble before the corona virus pandemic hit has filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy joining J. crew Neiman Marcus and stage stores and opting for bankruptcy since the pandemic shut down this is a P. news the house is debating a three trillion dollar corona virus relief package that would dole out more than a trillion dollars to the states the Jersey Democrat Donald Payne says the federal government is the only entity that can step in and during a national emergency government exists to help the country in times of great need and there might not ever be a greater time in our lifetime then right now but house Republican leader Kevin McCarthy argues that the measure has turned into a catch all for programs and issues backed by Democrats this bill has more references to cannabis industry unit than it does to jobs even though it is jobs not dispensaries that are going up in smoke the house is likely to pass the measure it's not likely to make it through the Senate which has a Republican majority Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says it won't even be considered until after Memorial Day I'm to acquire AP news.

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02:53 min | 7 months ago

"tim mcguire" Discussed on AP News

"AP news I'm Tim McGuire president trump calls for schools to be reopened despite the continued corona virus pandemic these young people these are students young students are in great shape they're in great shape now when you have an incident to one out of a million one out of five hundred that will something happen perhaps but you know you can be driving to school in some bad things can happen to also questioned Dr Anthony Fauci being against re opening classes saying the nation's top infectious disease expert wants to play all sides of the equation federal reserve board chairman Jerome Powell warns of the lasting damage a prolonged recession could because we want to do what we can to avoid these outcomes and that may require additional policy measures at the fed we will continue to use our tools to their fullest until the crisis crisis has passed in the economic recovery is well underway house speaker Nancy Pelosi defense huge price for the Democrats latest recovery proposal it's more than three trillion dollars that's a big price tag but the American people are worth it Lucy tells the AP the package is essentially a starting point for talks with the president and Republicans who are flatly dismissing the proposal she says the government needs to act in a big way this is the biggest disaster that our country has ever faced she's warning Americans not to expect a fast return to normal even as stay at home borders are east in places her message for the president tell the truth Sager make ani Washington the world health organization's Dr Michael Ryan says the effort to find a vaccine goes on in labs around the globe but this virus may become just another endemic virus in our communities and this virus may never go away HIV has not gone away we've come to terms with the virus and we have found the therapies and we found the prevention methods this is a P. news the Senate decides against new limits on internet surveillance by federal agencies the AP's my cross via has more an amendment that would require a warrant before federal law enforcement can obtain internet browsing information or search history was narrowly defeated in the U. S. Senate Wednesday the tally was fifty nine thirty seven in favor but one vote shy of the sixty needed for adoption the bipartisan amendment was sponsored by Republican Steve Daines of Montana and Democrat Ron Wyden of Oregon should law abiding Americans have to worry about their government looking over their shoulders Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell spoke against the amendment to the current bill in its current form already structure the correct and delicate balance the vote came as the Senate considers renewal of three surveillance provisions that expired in March Mike Rossi up Washington it's not clear if there are enough votes in the Senate to pass the house approved measure it comes up for a vote tomorrow I timid wire AP news.

Tim McGuire president
"tim mcguire" Discussed on AP News

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02:53 min | 7 months ago

"tim mcguire" Discussed on AP News

"AP news I'm Tim McGuire president trump calls for schools to be reopened despite the continued corona virus pandemic these young people these are students young students are in great shape they're in great shape now when you have an incident to one out of a million one out of five hundred that will something happen perhaps but you know you can be driving to school in some bad things can happen to also question Dr Anthony Fauci being against re opening classes saying the nation's top infectious disease expert wants to play all sides of the equation federal reserve board chairman Jerome Powell warns of the lasting damage a prolonged recession could cost we ought to do what we can to avoid these outcomes and that may require additional policy measures at the fed we will continue to use our tools to their fullest until the crisis crisis has passed in the economic recovery is well underway house speaker Nancy Pelosi defense huge price for the Democrats latest recovery proposal it's more than three trillion dollars that's a big price tag but the American people are worth it Lucy tells the AP the package is essentially a starting point for talks with the president and Republicans who are flatly dismissing the proposal she says the government needs to act in a big way this is a the biggest disaster that our country has ever faced she's warning Americans not to expect a fast return to normal even as stay at home borders are east in places her message for the president tell the truth Sager make ani Washington the world health organization's Dr Michael Ryan says the effort to find a vaccine goes on in labs around the globe but this virus may become just another endemic virus in our communities and this virus may never go away HIV has not gone away we've come to terms with the virus and we have found the therapies and we found the prevention methods this is a P. news the Senate decides against new limits on internet surveillance by federal agencies the AP's my cross C. R. has more an amendment that would require a warrant before federal law enforcement can obtain internet browsing information or search history was narrowly defeated in the U. S. Senate Wednesday the tally was fifty nine thirty seven in favor but one vote shy of the sixty needed for adoption the bipartisan amendment was sponsored by Republican Steve Daines of Montana and Democrat Ron Wyden of Oregon should law abiding Americans have to worry about their government looking over their shoulders Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell spoke against the amendment to the current bill in its current form already structure the correct and delicate balance the vote came as the Senate considers renewal of three surveillance provisions that expired in March Mike Rossi up Washington it's not clear if there are enough votes in the Senate to pass the house approved measure it comes up for a vote tomorrow I timid wire AP news.

Tim McGuire president
"tim mcguire" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:53 min | 7 months ago

"tim mcguire" Discussed on AP News

"AP news I'm Tim McGuire president trump calls for schools to be reopened despite the continued corona virus pandemic these young people these are students young students are in great shape they're in great shape now when you have an incident to one out of a million one out of five hundred that will something happen perhaps but you know you can be driving to school in some bad things can happen to also question Dr Anthony Fauci being against re opening classes saying the nation's top infectious disease expert wants to play all sides of the equation federal reserve board chairman Jerome Powell warns of the lasting damage a prolonged recession could cost we ought to do what we can to avoid these outcomes and that may require additional policy measures the fed we will continue to use our tools to their fullest until the crisis crisis has passed in the economic recovery is well underway house speaker Nancy Pelosi defense huge price for the Democrats latest recovery proposal it's more than three trillion dollars that's a big price tag but the American people are worth it Lucy tells the AP the package is essentially a starting point for talks with the president and Republicans who are flatly dismissing the proposal she says the government needs to act in a big way this is a the biggest disaster that our country has ever faced she's warning Americans not to expect a fast return to normal even as stay at home borders are east in places her message for the president tell the truth Sager make ani Washington the world health organization's Dr Michael Ryan says the effort to find a vaccine goes on in labs around the globe but this virus may become just another endemic virus in our communities and this virus may never go away HIV has not gone away we've come to terms with the virus and we have found the therapies and we found the prevention methods this is a P. news the Senate decides against new limits on internet surveillance by federal agencies the AP's my cross C. R. has more an amendment that would require a warrant before federal law enforcement can obtain internet browsing information or search history was narrowly defeated in the U. S. Senate Wednesday the tally was fifty nine thirty seven in favor but one vote shy of the sixty needed for adoption the bipartisan amendment was sponsored by Republican Steve Daines of Montana and Democrat Ron Wyden of Oregon should law abiding Americans have to worry about their government looking over their shoulders Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell spoke against the amendment to the current bill in its current form already structure the correct and delicate balance the vote came as the Senate considers renewal of three surveillance provisions that expired in March Mike Rossi up Washington it's not clear if there are enough votes in the Senate to pass the house approved measure it comes up for a vote tomorrow I timid wire AP news.

Tim McGuire president
"tim mcguire" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:52 min | 7 months ago

"tim mcguire" Discussed on AP News

"AP news I'm Tim McGuire president trump calls for schools to be reopened despite the continued corona virus pandemic these young people the system's young students are in great shape they're in great shape now when you have an incident to one out of a million one out of five hundred that will something happen perhaps but you know you can be driving to school in some bad things can happen to also question Dr Anthony Fauci being against re opening classes saying the nation's top infectious disease expert wants to play all sides of the equation federal reserve board chairman Jerome Powell warns of the lasting damage a prolonged recession could cost we ought to do what we can to avoid these outcomes and that may require additional policy measures at the fed we will continue to use our tools to their fullest until the crisis crisis has passed in the economic recovery is well underway house speaker Nancy Pelosi defense huge price for the Democrats latest recovery proposal it's more than three trillion dollars that's a big price tag but the American people are worth it Lucy tells the AP the package is essentially a starting point for talks with the president and Republicans who are flatly dismissing the proposal she says the government needs to act in a big way this is a the biggest disaster that our country has ever faced she's warning Americans not to expect a fast return to normal even as stay at home borders are Easton places her message for the president tell the truth Sager make ani Washington the world health organization's Dr Michael Ryan says the effort to find a vaccine goes on in labs around the globe but this virus may become just another endemic virus in our communities and this virus may never go away HIV has not gone away we've come to terms with the virus and we have found the therapies and we found the prevention methods this is a P. news the Senate decides against new limits on internet surveillance by federal agencies the AP's my cross via has more an amendment that would require a warrant before federal law enforcement can obtain internet browsing information or search history was narrowly defeated in the U. S. Senate Wednesday the tally was fifty nine thirty seven in favor but one vote shy of the sixty needed for adoption the bipartisan amendment was sponsored by Republican Steve Daines of Montana and Democrat Ron Wyden of Oregon should law abiding Americans have to worry about their government looking over their shoulders Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell spoke against the amendment to the current bill in its current form already strikes the correct and delicate balance the vote came as the Senate considers renewal of three surveillance provisions that expired in March Mike Rossi up Washington it's not clear if there are enough votes in the Senate to pass the house approved measure it comes up for a vote tomorrow I timid wire AP news.

Tim McGuire president
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04:20 min | 7 months ago

"tim mcguire" Discussed on AP News

"AP news I'm Tim McGuire president trump calls for schools to be reopened despite the continued corona virus pandemic these young people these are students young students are in great shape they're in great shape now when you have an incident to one out of a million one out of five hundred that will something happen perhaps but you know you can be driving to school in some bad things can happen to also questioned Dr Anthony Fauci being against re opening classes saying the nation's top infectious disease expert wants to play all sides of the equation federal reserve board chairman Jerome Powell warns of the lasting damage a prolonged recession could cost we ought to do what we can to avoid these outcomes and that may require additional policy measures at the fed we will continue to use our tools to their fullest until the crisis crisis has passed in the economic recovery is well underway house speaker Nancy Pelosi defense huge price for the Democrats latest recovery proposal it's more than three trillion dollars that's a big price tag but the American people are worth it Lucy tells the AP the package is essentially a starting point for talks with the president and Republicans who are flatly dismissing the proposal she says the government needs to act in a big way this is a the biggest disaster that our country has ever faced she's warning Americans not to expect a fast return to normal even as stay at home borders are east in places her message for the president tell the truth Sager make ani Washington the world health organization's Dr Michael Ryan says the effort to find a vaccine goes on in labs around the globe but this virus may become just another endemic virus in our communities and this virus may never go away HIV has not gone away we've come to terms with the virus and we have found the therapies and we found the prevention methods this is a P. news the Senate decides against new limits on internet surveillance by federal agencies the AP's my cross C. R. has more an amendment that would require a warrant before federal law enforcement can obtain internet browsing information or search history was narrowly defeated in the U. S. Senate Wednesday the tally was fifty nine thirty seven in favor but one vote shy of the sixty needed for adoption the bipartisan amendment was sponsored by Republican Steve Daines of Montana and Democrat Ron Wyden of Oregon should law abiding Americans have to worry about their government looking over their shoulders Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell spoke against the amendment to the current bill in its current form already strikes the correct and delicate balance the vote came as the Senate considers renewal of three surveillance provisions that expired in March Mike Rossi up Washington it's not clear if there are enough votes in the Senate to pass the house approved measure it comes up for a vote tomorrow I timid wire AP news the Supreme Court took up an unusual voting issue that could have important consequences for the twenty twenty presidential election Supreme Court justices ask questions about bribery and president as they heard arguments on two cases on whether states can require or punish presidential electors who don't back the state's popular vote winner in the electoral college Harvard law professor Laurence Lessing represented electors from Washington state who refused to vote for Hillary Clinton have the power to control law how molecular may vote they do not justice Samuel Alito asked whether it wasn't right that states could replace someone who is voting their conscience are you with your argument say that it would lead to chaos Jennifer king Washington Supreme Court justices ask questions about bribery and president as they heard arguments on two cases on whether states can require or punish presidential electors who don't back the state's popular vote winner in the electoral college Harvard law professor Laurence Lessing represented electors from Washington state who refused to vote for Hillary Clinton have the power to control law how the lectern made vote they do not justice Samuel Alito asked whether it wasn't right that states could replace someone who is voting their conscience are you with your argument say that it would lead to chaos Jennifer king Washington thank you for listening to the AP radio network Hey did you know that you associated press produces news related books here's what's.

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Scientist: Trump officials ignored warnings on drug, virus

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 7 months ago

Scientist: Trump officials ignored warnings on drug, virus

"A whistle blower complaint has been lodged by health and Human Services infectious scientists removed from his job after raising questions about a drug president trump was pushing to treat COPD nineteen patients Rick bright headed biomedical advanced research and development at the department of health and Human Services until he resisted demands by political appointees to agree to flood coronavirus hot spots such as New York and New Jersey with hydroxy chloride quite a drug used to treat malaria which was being pushed by president trump right says there were serious questions about both its effectiveness and side effects he also alleges in his complaint that the trump administration rejected his warnings about the growing spread of covert nineteen after the World Health Organization issued a warning in January Tim McGuire Washington

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Scientist: Trump officials ignored warnings on drug, virus

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00:51 sec | 7 months ago

Scientist: Trump officials ignored warnings on drug, virus

"A former top government infectious disease expert wants his old job back and a full investigation of how the trump administration pushed a specific drug to fight the corona virus the health and Human Services scientist reassigned after questioning president trump's push for a malaria drug to treat coronavirus patience has filed a whistleblower complaint Rick bright to head the department advanced research and development authority claims he was reassigned after he resisted pressure to allow the widespread use of hydroxy chloride Klein uncle with nineteen patients despite questions about its effectiveness and severe side effects an HHS spokeswoman says Brett requested the emergency authorization for the drug he says that authorization was to be restricted to that of a doctor treating a limited group of hospitalized patients Tim McGuire Washington

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Scientist: Trump officials ignored warnings on drug, virus

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Scientist: Trump officials ignored warnings on drug, virus

"The health and Human Services scientist reassigned after questioning president trump's push for a malaria drug to treat coronavirus patience has filed a whistleblower complaint Rick bright to head the department advance research and development authority claims he was reassigned after he resisted pressure to allow the widespread use of hydroxy chloride Klein uncle with nineteen patients despite questions about its effectiveness and severe side effects an HHS spokeswoman says Brett requested the emergency authorization for the drug he says that authorization was to be restricted to that of a doctor treating a limited group of hospitalized patients Tim McGuire Washington

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02:54 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Tim McGuire negotiations are still going on as Mexican. And US officials try to hammer out a deal with stave off President Trump's threat tariffs over immigration. It'd be Jackie Quinn with more after leaving the White House without a deal to block threatened tariffs. Mexico's foreign secretary Marcello abroad, says they'll keep talking with the Trump administration. We are optimistic because we have a good meeting. He says he didn't even get into the specifics of the tariffs with vice president Pence, and the secretary of state because they're focusing on immigration and asylum seekers from Central America. One reporter asked abroad if he thinks President Trump understands economic policy in regard to tariffs. The proper sorts jobs, something that President Trump overseas tweeted, progress is being made but not nearly enough and that the tariffs will likely go into effect Monday Jackie Quinn, Washington, Democrats, and Republicans in the Senate banding together to introduce more than a dozen resolutions aimed at blocking the Trump administration sale of weapons to Saudi Arabia, adding to the outcry Senator Tim Kaine of Virginia revealing this week that the Trump administration continued to transfer nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia. He even after the murder of journalist Jamal kashogi former south Florida sheriff's deputy Scott Peterson appeared in court today on charges related to his not confronting the gunman in the Marjory, stoneman Douglas, high school massacre, just Jackie Powell does find probable cause and also the bonds that were imposed along with special conditions. Those special conditions will remain in place. Peterson has defended his actions as justified amid the chaos that day. Malfunctioned. Pump caused a chlorine gas leak that may dozens of swimmer sick at a Utah public pool about fifty people mostly children were made sick ambulances took more than twenty people to hospitals. This is a radio news. A Columbus Ohio doctor is charged with killing twenty five patients, AP Shelley Adler has more. Franklin county prosecutor Ron O'Brien announced the charges against Dr William useful Franklin county grand jury returned a twenty five count indictment against Dr Hugh. So for murder each of those counts, allege that violation of Ohio law that carries a penalty of fifteen to life. If there is a conviction, a lawyer for Hugh has said he didn't intend to kill patients more than two dozen wrongful death lawsuits have been filed against the doctor and the hospital system. I'm Shelley Adler. It wasn't a storm on national weather service radar yesterday. Over San Diego. It was a swarm of ladybugs meteorologists say the huge blob appear to be eighty miles wide, but the bugs were at different altitudes flying between five and nine thousand feet the most concentrated group about ten miles. White. I'm Tim Maguire..

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02:00 min | 2 years ago

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"And as the AP's Tim McGuire tells us major league baseball is all time save. James leaders set. Another record not Babe Ruth, not Hank. Aaron not Cy Young Mariano Rivera is the first unanimous selection to baseball's hall of fame collecting all four hundred twenty five votes from the Baseball Writers Association of America, others making it in starter ROY halladay killed in a plane crash in two thousand seventeen Edgar Martinez a designated hitter who waited ten years for the honor. And lefty, Mike Mussina Rivera is baseball's career saves leader was six hundred fifty two he was his best in October. Forty two saves over sixteen postseasons including eleven saves in the World Series. I'm Tim Maguire a slowdown in China's economy has had an impact on Japan's exports, according to Japan's government the ministry of finance says Japan's exports fell three point eight percent in December compared to a year ago and shipments to China dipped seven percent in December from the same month in two thousand seventeen Japanese imports for December rose. One point nine percent from the same month in twenty seventeen leaving a deficit of fifty five point three billion yen or about five hundred seven million US dollars, vibrant growth in the US and China among other regions is vital for Japan's export oriented academy. A veteran directors in position to make Oscar history, and as AP entertainment editor Oscar wells Gabriel reports he likes his odds, always do the right thing. A lot of movie fans. I felt that Hollywood has not always done the right thing by Spike Lee, and you can almost forgive the sixty one year old filmmaker for wondering if people in the industry think his movies have been directing themselves the past thirty years. Sure he's received Oscar nominations for us movies before but he has never been nominated as best director until now black klansman is earned him. The direct is not he says this movie is an underdog to win. But he says he has lived his life as an underdog. He's pretty comfortable in that role. I'm Oscar wells Gabriel. I.

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03:02 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Tim McGuire. AP digital news back in a moment. An errand taxed proves costly. For a woman in Wyoming who was looking to score some drugs. Prosecutors say Audrey k big issue who's twenty three years old thought she was texting her drug dealer in her search for a gram of methamphetamine, they also say she was willing to perform a sex act as part of the payment. Instead, her message went to Powell police sergeant Paul sap who says he got the misdirected texts on September seventeenth. He agreed to meet with the woman, but he was in uniform. So he enlisted the help of Wyoming division of criminal investigation agent. Chris Wallace the trio met with stamp hiding in the back of Wallace's truck after driving around for a bit. They pulled into the police parking lot where she was arrested. She's since pleaded not guilty to attempting to possess a controlled substance and prostitution. The world's longest direct commercial flight will take passengers nineteen hours to get from Singapore to New Jersey Singapore Airlines launched the record-breaking roots in two thousand and four but cancelled at nine years later because of rising fuel prices now the airline says it's new Airbus uses twenty-five percent less fuel than an older generation plane. The flight won't have any economy seats. Instead, it has ninety four more spacious premium economy and sixty seven business class seats, which can fold out into a bed business seats. Come with a mattress topper and firm and soft pillows, and passengers will have twelve hundred hours of movie and television content to choose from. A majority of Americans are concerned the nation's voting system might be vulnerable to hackers AP's. Mike Hampton has more on a new poll by the university of Chicago Harris school of public policy, and the Associated Press and Omar see center for public affairs research. The survey results are pretty much the same as a poll taken just before the twenty sixteen presidential election. But with a twist two years ago, it was Republicans who are more concerned about the integrity of the election this year. It's Democrats fifty eight percentage. Democrats say they're worried about hackers compared to thirty nine percent of Republicans the same partisan divide exists in the cafeteria Americans. Hold in the accuracy of vote tallies for the upcoming elections. Now, Republicans are more confidence a reversal from two years ago. I'm Mike Hampton, massive damage. I'm Tim Maguire with an AP news. But most of Mexico Beach, Florida was demolished by hurricane Michaels. One hundred fifty. Five mile per hour winds and massive storm surge our lives, everything we have is gone now and stuff we talked all our cars, everything there's widespread damage to homes and businesses from Panama City beach to Florida's Big Ben at least three deaths blamed on the storm which rolled through southeast Alabama Georgia into the Carolinas and Virginia and Roberta Georgia, which is south of Atlanta. Sharon grandee and her husband hid under a couch as a possible tornado hit near their home. Couch..

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02:08 min | 2 years ago

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"Climate change AP's, Tim McGuire reports it says something has to be done now to avert a global climate disaster. You went secretary General Antonio Gutierrez warns the world faces a direct existential threat and must shift away from fossil fuels in just the next two years to prevent runaway climate change, the UN chief is demanding leaders around the world step up to put the brake on deadly greenhouse gas emissions and drive climate action. He adds fossil fuels must be replaced with clean energy from water wind and sun deforestation has to stop and farming has to be changed UN head says he wants a climate summit meeting of world leaders next September. I'm Tim Maguire. Even the dirt on the grounds making climate change worse. According to a study published in the journal nature plans capture massive amounts of carbon and pump it into the soil where it usually stays for hundreds or thousands of years observations taken from across the globe show as temperatures have warmed bacteria and fungi in the soil are becoming more active study says these turbocharged microbes are feeding on dead leaves plants and releasing more heat trapping carbon dioxide into the air. Researchers have analyzed sensor readings soil measurements plant growth, data and satellite observations. And what's the most comprehensive study yet of the climate change impacts of soil? Scientists say is the world continues to warm the soil will release even more carbon that it's been holding. In a move to protect the privacy of passengers Saint Louis has banned taxi drivers from live streaming video the decision came after a local driver for Uber, and lift broadcast live video of his writers online without their knowledge or consent. The taxicab commission is expected to keep the new policy in place, the commission already required giving visible signs notifying customers. If a taxi has video or audio recording devices when the driver was fired.

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01:40 min | 2 years ago

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"Radio news. I'm Tim McGuire. Hurricane Florence slamming. The North Carolina coast with hurricane force winds while neighboring South Carolina's feeling the effects of strong tropical storm force winds Costa both states also seeing heavy rain and a powerful storm surge as hurricane Florence slowly moves towards shore, North Carolina Governor ROY Cooper says for all those along the coast. There's no get now. Now, let me be clear you need to get yourself to a safe place now and stay there Cooper adds the next several days will be trying and dangerous time. The worst of the storm is not yet here. But these are the early warnings of the days to come. Surviving. This storm will be a test of endurance. Teamwork. Commonsense and patients power companies in North Carolina say there are already eighty thousand outages most of them along the coast near Wilmington. Forecasters say that given the storm size and sluggish track. It could cause damage akin to what the Houston area saw during hurricane Harvey just over a year ago floodwaters swamping, homes and businesses and washing over industrial waste sites and hog manure pounds at least six people have been hurt too critically in a series of natural gas explosions and fires this afternoon and evening and three thousand north of Boston. Massachusetts state police say at least thirty nine fires reported in Lawrence Andover north Andover. People living all three towns of reported explosions leveling homes in their neighborhoods. Governor Charlie Baker was asked if the threat remains more explosions and fire do not believe.

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01:50 min | 2 years ago

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"Tim McGuire reports turned over by North Korea the represents dozens of Americans killed during, the Korean war North Korea's Kim Jong UN has apparently made good on a commitment he made. To President Trump, during their summit last month as, the remains of some US soldiers killed in the Korean war happened delivered to US plane that landed earlier in North Korea all in all about seventy seven hundred American soldiers never returned from the war. Some sixty five years ago with the, remains of at, least Fifty. Three hundred thought to be in North Korea I'm Tim Maguire The birth of two gorillas at Congo's be room national pop. Makes it a total of nine mountain gorillas bone there this year the park said this. Week in nineteen year old mother gorilla gave birth to a boy her third child in one group which now has thirty members and, an eight year old mom gave birth. To her first baby girl which, brings her group to eleven members. The park in eastern Congo commended it's Rangers for protecting the carrillo's it said the, mountain gorilla families have played a major role in, increasingly worldwide population which now stands at more. Than one thousand California Supreme, Court says Starbucks and other businesses in the state must. Pay workers for the minutes they routinely spend off the clock on tasks like locking up or setting the store alarm the unanimous ruling was. A big victory for hourly workers in California it could also lead to more. Lawsuits against employers in the state the ruling came in a lawsuit by a Starbucks employee. Who argued that he was entitled to be paid for the time he spent closing the store after he clocked out the employee said, he activated the store alarm locked the. Front door and walked co workers, to their cars which often extended. His workday by up to ten minutes an attorney for Starbucks referred comment to the, company and Starbucks did not immediately have comment.

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02:18 min | 2 years ago

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"In the nra i've tim mcguire within ap newsmen lava flowing from the killer way of volcano on hawaii's big island is threatening homes forcing evacuations stephen clapper's tells k h o n that he and his family had to leave quickly so we started checking out and then somebody else stops hey that that's right there it's flowing now you need to get out some seventeen hundred people have left their homes at least two houses have been destroyed the volcanoes also set off a swarm of earthquakes the largest a magnitude six point nine at the nra convention in dallas president trump talked about the school shooting in parkland florida and increasing school security finally all of us agree that we must hard certain schools at the same time the police have to be able to get into those schools if there's a problem trump also told members of the gun group he's fighting to protect their second amendment rights i'm tim maguire actress rose mcgowan could face indictment in virginia on a felony drug possession charge now that a judge found probable cause to send the case to a grand jury mcgowan tried to have the charges dismissed at a preliminary hearing she says the cocaine found in the wallet she left behind on a plane isn't hers her lawyers have suggested the drugs were planted by agents hired by disgraced hollywood producer harvey weinstein mcgowan was among the first actresses to accuse weinstein of sexual assault general district judge dean worchester said arguments about planted evidence are better suited for trial a treasure trove of hollywood memorabilia is hitting the auction block including costumes and props used by james dean and the lightsaber obi wan kanobi elegant civilized the icons and legends of hollywood auction is scheduled for june fifth through the eighth in los angeles the auction house profiles in history said other pieces up for sale include a practice chariot used during production of ben hur the leather jacket worn by arnold schwarzenegger in the first terminator film and the motorcycle he rode during terminator two several star wars pieces are also up for sale including forty six inch tall model of the death star used in return of the jet and models of c three po and darth vader created by effects house industrial light and magic fingerprints left in.

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01:58 min | 2 years ago

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"Trump in the nra i've tim mcguire the ap news minute lava flowing from the kilowatt volcano on hawaii's big island is threatening homes forcing evacuations stephen clapper's tells k h o n that he and his family had to leave quickly so we started checking out and then somebody else stops hey that's right there it's flowing now you need to get out some seventeen hundred people have left their homes at least two houses have been destroyed the volcanoes also set off a swarm of earthquakes the largest a magnitude six point nine at the nra convention in dallas president trump talked about the school shooting and parkland florida and increasing schools security finally all of us agree that we must heart certain schools at the same time the police have to be able to get into those schools if there's a problem trump also told members of the gun group he's fighting to protect their second amendment rights i'm tim mcguire president trump says one things off the table for now as he prepares to meet with north korea's leader ap washington correspondent saga megani reports from the white house the president says plans for his summit with kim jong and are coming together we now have a date and we have a location we'll be announcing he's knocking down a new york times report that he's asked the pentagon to prepare plans for reducing the us troop presence in south korea not on the table absolutely though he tells reporters in the future he would like to scale back the presence which now stands at about thirty two thousand troops i would like to save the money saga megani at the white house it's a chance to see a piece of a legendary trader are rarely displayed lock of benedict arnold hair will be exhibited at the new york fort he helped capture during the revolutionary war for ticonderoga announced that locks of hair from arnold and his first wife will be displayed beginning this weekend when it opens for the season curator say the hair was recently discovered among.

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01:59 min | 2 years ago

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"Ap radio news tim mcguire the centers for disease control intervention has expanded its warning about a multi state ecoli outbreak tied to romaine lettuce from arizona the cdc now says people around the country should not eat romain lettuce from a grocery store a restaurant unless it is confirmed not to have come from the yuma arizona area so far more than fifty people have become sick in sixteen states the head of a growers group in the yuma area says from november through the start of april the region supplies most of the romaine sold in the us north korea's putting its nuclear program on hold mike rossier with more korea says it is ending nuclear and long range missile testing and will focus instead on improving its economy north korea's official korean central news agency says the suspension of nuclear and icbm tests has gone into effect this weekend and it is closing its nuclear test site the decisions were approved in a meeting of the ruling party's full central committee which had convened to discuss a new stage of policies the announcement came days ahead of an expected rare meeting at the border between north korean leader kim jong un and south korean president moon jae in i mike rossier president trump writes in a tweet this is very good news for north korea and the world and big progress he also says he's looking forward to his upcoming summit with kim thousands of students across the country walked out of class today to protest against gun violence rebecca hi brock and her classmates rallied outside the us capitol in washington here because i'm tired of being scared to go to school i'm tired of having lockdown drills and wondering whether or not it's actually real and if it is when it's going to happen to my school next and i'm here that politicians will finally start to pass common sense gun reforms there was another school shooting today a nineteen year old former student firing a shotgun through a classroom door to high school in ocala florida was wounded in the ankle the suspect is in custody this is ap radio news.

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01:31 min | 3 years ago

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"The head of the fbi to resign after learning that someone had tipped off the bureau about broward shooting suspect nicholas crews our tim mcguire report to tip came in on january fifth the person who was close to the accused school gunman saying he had weapons of desire to kill and could be plotting a school shooting the bureau admits the break down in protocol because he information was never passed on to agents in the miami field office special agent in charge robert lasky by shell then over one thousand employees of the miami field office we truly regret dini digital pay that this has caused investigators say crews opened fire on students faculty and staff at march restored him douglas high school killing seventeen people wounding fourteen others i'm tim mcguire funerals have been held for two of the victims david's the front he was a classmate of metal pollick and says that he was talking to her shortly before she was killed i know that she's in a secret police now in the angels will be with you president trump visited with some of the shooting victims in the hospital and he's praised the first responders thirteen russians have been charged with using social media propaganda to interfere in the 2016 election they were aiming to help donald trump to hurt the hillary clinton campaign a seven point two magnitude earthquake has struck central mexico are mike ross it has details in mexico city there are reports of buildings and office tower sway crowds of people swarmed to mexico city central reform avenue the usgs as the epicenter of the quake was in oaxaca state near the pacific coast and the.

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01:55 min | 3 years ago

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"To devastation i'm tim mcguire within ap newsmen at thousands of people in northern california refining ashes and rubble where their homes once stood this is awful it's horrible than it's not just us at everybody you know like if you look around the whole neighborhood everybody's houses caught santa rosa the hardest hit the city of 175 thousand losing entire subdivisions to the flames some eighty four hundred homes and businesses destroyed by the fires three texas men to them brothers face attempted homicide charges after one of them fired a shot at demonstrators following speeches by white supremacist at the university of florida yesterday gainesville police spokesman ben to buy it i would like to thank gainesville for showing these outsiders that our town is no place for hatred to exist members of the group that were shot at literally stood up to someone shooting at them to show how strong our city is a shot missed the people in the group pitting a nearby building instead the man who fired the shot has been charged with being a felony possession of a firearm item more of us are without health insurance this year ap's my company has a look at a new survey which shows that numbers only expected to grow the number of us adults without health insurance is up to nearly three and a half million this year according to the gallup share care wellbeing index the increase comes at a time of rising premiums and political turmoil royal over obama care the uninsured rate among adults was twelve point three percent from july through september that's an increase of nearly one and a half percentage points since the end of last year insurance analysts thank the number of uninsured will continue to rise unless president trump in congress take steps to stabilise insurance markets mike help in washington after nine years of conservative rule new zealand's new labour party prime minister justin arter an is poised to slash immigration rethink trade deals and vote on legalizing marijuana.

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