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Washington stocks up on abortion pills ahead of court ruling
"The state of Washington is stockpiling abortion pills ahead of a court ruling. I Norman hall, Washington state has purchased a three year supply of leading abortion medication in anticipation of a court ruling that could limit its availability, and governor J insley says he ordered the Department of Corrections, which has a pharmacy license to buy 30,000 doses of the generic version of MeFOTO at a cost of about $1.28 million of $42 and 50 cents per pill, a two pill combination of stone and misoprostol is the most common form of abortion in the U.S. research shows that medication induced abortions are safe and effective. They were proved by the Food and Drug Administration over 20 years ago. The ruling is pending in a federal lawsuit in Texas brought by Christian group. I Norman hall
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"Very small kids meaning under 5 committee member doctor Haley Gans I'm very glad for this option for people in the scientific community who care for children and as well as families A big reason I think we really do need to not underplay the importance of this as a pediatric disease and therefore prevention is really the way to go I'm CBS News Washington Stocks rallied after the fed's big rate hike three quarters of a percentage point to fight inflation Fed chair Jerome Powell adding We anticipate that ongoing rate increases will be appropriate The pace of those changes will continue to depend on the incoming data and the evolving outlook for the economy Powell also says big hikes like the one announced today would not be common The Dow closed up 304 points NASDAQ rose 271 in the S&P 500 jumped 55 points The Biden administration says big oil has a patriotic duty to try to bring gas prices down CBS is Steven portnoy has more White House says the oil companies have been recording record profits as Americans have felt pain We are calling on them to do the right thing To be patriots Press secretary karine Jean Pierre says the oil companies could ramp up their refining capacity The industry lobby calls the administration's agenda misguided saying it should reinstate canceled leases on federal lands and waters As much of the nation suffers through stifling heat and high humidity doctors are warning people to be careful when outside ER doctor Michael Dodd with baptist health in Lexington Kentucky and what to watch out for Excessive sweating If you start running fevers if you start feeling really really tired that might be your red flags to look out for A high profile defendant in the January 6th capitol attack has been convicted of obstruction of an official proceeding CVS Scott McFarland has details A judge is convicted Kevin C freed of Laurel Delaware on all charges in his January 6th case sie freed is the man who paraded that confederate flag around the capitol January 6th among other things the judge cited the allegation that C free dentally carried the flag but jabbed it had capitol police officer Eugene Goodman President Biden today hosted a reception featuring LGBTQ+ activists members of Congress and top administration officials to celebrate Pride Month Pride is back at The White House Mister Biden also signed an executive order extending LGBTQ+ protections This is CBS News Leaving a child in a hot vehicle can lead to their death very quickly If you see a child left unattended call 9-1-1 if the child looks unresponsive do what it takes to get him or her out safely brought to you by nhtsa.
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"Migration On the topic of migration leaders are expected to agree on a call to action supporters hope will guide countries as they host people fleeing from violence and persecution Even though Mexico's president and the leaders of several Central American countries have declined to attend senior officials will be there Primary elections took place Tuesday in more than half a dozen states with notable results particularly in California morph NPR's domenico montanaro San Francisco voters overwhelmingly recalled district attorney chase of boudin who was part of a national wave of progressive prosecutors who sought alternatives to jail time for nonviolent drug related crimes But he was recalled by 20 points In Los Angeles billionaire developer Rick Caruso a former Republican who became a Democrat this year finished narrowly ahead of democratic congresswoman Karen Bass Caruso is pledging to increase funding for the police and decrease the homeless population Caruso and bass will face off one on one in a runoff this November Both elections are warning signs for Democrats and two major American cities facing high crime and homelessness about the limits of progressive governance Domenico montanaro NPR news Washington Stocks lost ground on Wall Street today mid continued choppy trading the Dow dropped 269 points the NASDAQ was down 88 points The S&P 500 closed down 44 points today You're listening to NPR From WAB E News in Atlanta good afternoon I'm Jim burris for time now He's 5 O four Georgia U.S. senator Jon ossoff is calling on military leadership to rethink how it pays housing contractors This is after a month's long Senate investigation into the mistreatment of military families and private housing Georgia's fort Gordon and more than 50 other military bases around the company The company responsible was ordered to pay more than $65 million after pleading guilty to fraud Here's the democratic senator John ossoff I'm encouraged by the army's initial response I think suspending the incentive payments to this housing contractor is a promising first step It's not going to be an easy problem to solve but I'm going to keep working at it The Senate committee's investigation shows the mistreatment may have continued He says responsibility and allies with The Pentagon the Department of Defense and the army to take action Cobb county has $147 million in federal pandemic relief funds and is taking applications from organizations that want to spend it Alex Helmut has more details The cash comes from the American rescue plan act and called officials have outlined areas where they want the money to go.
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"A strain on hospital staffing starting next week the administration is deploying military medical teams to help mitigate staffing shortages at hospitals in 6 states But I'm a crime variant is creating a strain on our hospitals across the country My regional administrators and coordinate it in coordination with HHS have been in constant communication with all of our states as well as the local hospital systems and public health directors to help understand what their needs are Those states include Michigan New York and Arizona as well as New Jersey Ohio and Rhode Island where hospitals are dealing with record numbers of COVID cases In Albuquerque public schools are closed today but this time it isn't because of the pandemic as NPR's Jenna McLaughlin tells us a cyberattack is keeping students home New Mexico's largest school districts says a cyberattack compromised its access to internal systems used to take attendance and contact parents in case of emergencies forcing them to close for at least the day The school district isn't sharing details but this could be the latest in a wave of ransomware attacks where cybercriminals hack in and take the files hostage in exchange for payment School systems are popular target because they often have outdated IT systems And there's pressure on administrators to recover access and not disrupt learning A recent estimate for the cost of a similar attack on Baltimore city public schools came to over $8 million The investigation and Albuquerque is ongoing Jenna McLaughlin NPR news Washington Stocks finished lower across the board on Wall Street today the Dow lost 176 points down about half a percent You're listening to NPR news From W ABE news in Atlanta good afternoon I'm Jim barres It's 5 32 Kevin O'Brien Kemp is emphasizing education funding and education policy In his state of the state address today he announced another raise for public school teachers in Georgia My fiscal 2023 budget proposal will include the final installment of $2000 to finish out the largest pay raise in state history A total of $5000 since 2019 This $2000 raise will impact K through 12 teachers assistant teachers in pre-K teachers Got our camp also says he plans to support legislation to ban critical race theory along with bill's dealing with transgender children in girls sports and obscene materials in school Critical race theory is a course taught in some law schools but is not part of George's K through 12 curriculum I knew Atlanta police department precinct is officially open in Buckhead Mayor Andre Dickinson says the outpost at the intersection of peachtree and west pace's ferry roads will have at least 12 officers by the summer to fight rising crime in that neighborhood The mayor says the issue is personal for him I lived in buck hair for about 17 years and my daughter currently goes to school in Buckhead And just like I want my daughter to safety I want your family to be safe I want citizens and buck in and around the whole city of Atlanta to feel safe in their community APD says the precinct could eventually staff more officers to help with patrols Those looking to create a new city from the Buckhead neighborhood have often cited rising crime.
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"Said the technical issues affected also the apps that direct package deliveries A note that Amazon is among NPR's recent financial supporters In a notice Amazon cited the root cause as an impairment of several network devices saying it didn't know when all issues would be fixed Alina sell you can PR news Washington Stocks finished higher on Wall Street the Dow was up almost one and a half percent You're listening to NPR news From W ABE news in Atlanta I'm Emile Moffat For the most part elected Republicans in Georgia have either stood by governor camp or state quiet as David perdue began his campaign for governor As W ABE Sam greenglass reports that's not been the case on conservative talk radio and cable TV When former GOP senator David perdue announced his plans to primary the sitting governor the news lit up political Twitter Purdue appeared on Sean Hannity's Fox News show not long after former president Trump rolled out his endorsement Hannity gave perdue a glowing introduction I've been saying this governor Kemp has lost the confidence of the people of Republicans of conservatives of Georgia David perdue is by far the stronger candidate to go up against Stacey Abrams in Georgia support for produce bid has been more muted so far Eric Erikson is a conservative radio host based in Georgia He criticized produce candidacy on his show reminding listeners that a young Democrat who'd never held elected office before unseated Purdue from the Senate earlier this year David perdue could not beat John ossoff and thinks he can beat Stacey Abrams who's a far more accomplished and competent politician than John ossoff good luck with that reasoning Georgia's primaries are in May Sam green glass W ABE news Atlanta's mayor elect Andre Dickens is outlining his strategy.
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"What did not General Powell who served in three administrations broke barriers as the first African American chairman of the joint chiefs of staff and Secretary of State When sir Johnston NPR news Washington Stocks closed higher mid to better than expected jobs numbers the Dow up 203 points the NASDAQ grows 31 points today This is NPR From W ABE news in Atlanta good afternoon I'm Jim berry and sir time now is 5 O four Atlanta B southern company is shutting down more than half of its coal power fleet in the next decade That includes units at the nation's two largest coal plants both of which are in Georgia Christie Schwartz is a reporter at E and E News in Atlanta And she says the decision stems from federal water pollution laws Southern had decided that it was going to be too expensive to do all of the upgrades many of these coal plants are older They're running an efficiently they're not even running economically efficiently So between the environmental and the economic impacts they decided it was just going to be less expensive to shut them down Southern company made the announcement at its quarterly earnings call yesterday The company has made a commitment to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050 Is out celebrating with Atlanta Braves fans today and got reactions from both World Series championship parades One in downtown Atlanta the other in cod county That's wrapping up with a celebration in truest park right now Jason folks is one fan who came out to the city of Atlanta parade on peachtree street My favorite memory is us winning by this memory right here We turn into Atlanta ever gonna get this again We know that the city of that chose We finally won something We let it come out When I see someone with a broken foot out of you they had to come out soon This is.
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"Vehicle stations to power them throughout my country Biden's challenge the two bills providing this funding have not passed Congress yet despite months of negotiations On Sunday he said he is optimistic votes could come as soon as this week Scott detro NPR news Edinburgh The Supreme Court today hearing two challenges to a Texas law that is largely ended abortion in that state after 6 weeks of pregnancy to conservative justices Brent Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett voted in September to allow the law to take a fact but today raise questions about its structure during arguments Here's an exchange between justice bared and Mark Huron senior counsel for the center for reproductive rights It would mean you can not get full review even on the back end if it goes up through the Texas Supreme Court and up to us the way the statute is structured We would have an argument your honor and we would obviously make the argument that that provision of the Texas law is unconstitutional because it conflicts with this court's precedents However it's unclear how quickly the court could rule or whether it would issue an order blocking the measure which has already been an effect in the nation's second largest state for two months Senator Joe Manchin is calling on lawmakers to stop political games and move forward with a vote on a bipartisan infrastructure Bill appears Windsor Johnston reports the legislation has been put on hold amid a democratic stalemate over a separate much larger spending plan would advance President Biden's domestic agenda This is a major setback for President Biden who's been working with congressional Democrats to reach an agreement on the $1.7 trillion spending plan Senator mansion says he will not support it without knowing how the bill will impact the nation's debt This is a recipe for economic crisis None of us should ever misrepresent to the American people what the real cost of legislation is Well I've worked hard to find a path to compromise It's obvious Compromise is not good enough Mansion is calling on lawmakers to move ahead with a vote on a bipartisan infrastructure Bill More left leaning Democrats in the House have threatened to vote against the measure until a deal is reached on the larger spending package Windsor Johnston and PR news Washington Stocks edge hired to start the new trading week the Dow up 94 points the NASDAQ rose 97 points This is NPR From W AB E News in Atlanta good afternoon I'm Jim barres It's 5 O four Enrollment at Georgia's public colleges and universities dropped slightly this fall That's according to state officials The university system says there was an overall dip of .2% at the state's 26 institutions this year This is the first time enrollment has not increased since 2013 Still Georgia schools are faring better than college's nationally U.S. undergraduate enrollment was down more than 3% last year and another 3% this year Well starting today Fulton county schools made masks optional for individual schools that can maintain low rates of coronavirus infections COVID-19 cases have been dropping in the district after a late summer surge School district officials say masks will become optional for all students staff and faculty in a month Now that a vaccine has been approved for kids age 5 and up School officials say they will continue to encourage physical distancing as well as hand washing and any positive COVID-19 cases will be reported to the parent and employee portal An increase in international travel from Atlanta will continue to be a key part of Delta Air Lines recovery from the pandemic slowdown That's according to Jeff David the vice president for state and local affairs at the Atlanta based airline He says delta saw that happen this summer Whenever a country open we put service in So you know the great example is we hadn't done Atlanta at Athens Greece But Greece was I think the second country in.
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"Com You're listening to all things considered on 90.1 W ABE Atlanta where ETL meets NPR Clear skies in our weather forecast for tonight with overnight lows in the mid 40s tomorrow and Wednesday sunny skies both days with highs in the upper 70s It's 5 30 Live from NPR news and Culver City California I'm Duane Brown World leaders are reacting to the death of Colin Powell today who rose to the rank of four star general and became the first black chairman of the joint chiefs of staff He then went on to serve as Secretary of State under the George W. Bush administration Powell was remembered at the State Department today for his leadership patriotism and decency Here's Secretary of State Tony blinken He was a man of ideas but he wasn't ideological He was constantly listening learning adapting He could admit mistakes It was just another example of his integrity Powell ultimately regretted his role in helping the Bush administration make the case for war in Iraq A Republican he endorsed Democrat Barack Obama in 2008 Paul died of complications related to COVID-19 he was fully vaccinated but he also had Parkinson's disease and had been treated for a blood cancer that compromises the immune system The Justice Department is formally asked the Supreme Court to block the Texas law aimed at preventing almost all abortions in the state the court's conservative majority previously refused to intervene as we hear from NPR's Nina totenberg In its brief the Biden administration told the court that Texas law defies a half century of precedents and puts a system of private bounties on the heads of any one who aids and abets in abortion after the first 6 weeks of pregnancy a period so early that many women don't even know they're pregnant This system the government said is designed to thwart review by the court and it has made abortion effectively unavailable in Texas effectively nullifying the Supreme Court's previous decisions within the state's borders Nina totenberg NPR news Washington Stocks finished mostly mixed on Wall Street the Dow lost 36 points The tech heavy NASDAQ added 124 points This is NPR From W ABE news in Atlanta I'm Emile Moffat It's 5 32 Jury selection is underway in Brunswick Georgia on day one of the murder trial of the three men accused of killing ahmaud Arbery W a bees Lisa Hagan is there This afternoon lawyers have started questioning the first batch of a thousand potential jurors summoned for the case Much of the morning was spent reviewing which questions those lawyers can ask Outside the courtroom about a hundred demonstrators are gathered in support of Arbery's family His father Marcus Arbery senior spoke briefly before heading inside You know we got kids grandchildren all that stuff we got the world idea on the future And I'm scared It can't be going for a run fair for their life 25 year old ahmaud.
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"Black communities where crack was more prevalent than powder cocaine Criminal justice advocate any marche are says the House vote chose both parties can still come together when they have the political will to do big things and help people The bill's prospects and the closely divided Senate are unclear Carrie Johnson NPR news Washington Stocks finished lower across the board on Wall Street today This is NPR From W ABE news in Atlanta good afternoon I'm Jim burris It's 5 32 Police say they shot and wounded a man suspected of using a bow and arrow to carjack a woman in Atlanta before crashing the stolen car and pointing the weapon at police The suspect was taken to a hospital after he was shot once this morning during a standoff in Marietta the events began unfolding early this morning when Atlanta police say the suspect shot an arrow through a woman's windshield while demanding she get out The COVID-19 situation in Georgia continues to show signs of improvement but in many parts of the state hospitals are still heavily burdened by people needing advanced care Same Whitehead has more Newly confirmed COVID-19 cases in Georgia continue to fall It's a trend that's held steady since the beginning of September Coronavirus hospitalizations in Georgia have also been steadily declining for weeks though are still higher than they've been during most of the pandemic About 90% of Georgia's intensive care beds are full In some parts of the state nearly 90% of all general hospital beds are full Those will be numbers to watch as COVID-19 booster shots become more readily available The state public health department started putting third Pfizer shots in arms this week But there are still many Georgians who haven't gotten their initial shots Over half of the state that's more than 5 million people aren't fully vaccinated Sam Whitehead WAB E News And finally two of the three people killed when an Amtrak train derailed Sunday in rural Montana were from coastal Georgia 74 year old Don varnado and his wife 72 year old Margie lived in Brunswick The real estate agent and retired educator were on a cross country trip to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary A colleague of Don varnado tells the Brunswick news the couple were grateful wonderful honorable people Don spent months watching videos from his office computer about train trips in preparation for their special cross country vacation You can find more local news on our website at W ABE dot.
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"In one. ABC News. I'm Todd it. Law enforcement officials said they are prepared ahead of the protest today at the U. S. Capitol law enforcement leaders from Capitol Police in Washington, D. C. Metropolitan Police were unified with one message Friday that they are prepared for the justice for J six protest. The chief of the Capitol police, Tom Manger, said there have been some threats of violence associated with this. The events for tomorrow, and we have a strong plan in place. To ensure that it remains peaceful and that if violence does occur, that we can stop it as quickly as possible. Major suggested that former President Trump's recent statements don't play a factor in the security preparations. Catherine Folders ABC NEWS Washington, The Defense Department apologizing for a missile strike that was initially intended to kill an Islamic state extremists instead killed 10 civilians and real estate heir Robert Durst found guilty Friday of first degree murder. Sentencing is on October 18. This is ABC News. The White House issues a dire warning to state and local governments about the consequences of Congress does not raise the debt ceiling. The White House Friday is raising alarms that critical government funding billions of dollars in state aid and federally funded state programs could be cut off if Republicans do not join Democrats to pass a measure to raise the debt ceiling. More broadly, the White House warned a failure to act could also lead to a recession. Congress has never in the past, not raise the debt ceiling. But for now, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is standing firm on his threats that Republicans will not get on board. The White House has a default could impact federal disaster relief. Many Cade and the Children's Health Insurance Program. Karen Travers, ABC News Washington stocks closed lower on Wall Street Friday, marking feeble ending to an up and down week of trading. Technology and communications companies were the biggest drags on the market. Energy prices fell, The Dow lost 166 points, the S and P slid 41..
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"Since for some 20 years. Bagram air Base not far from the capital, Kabul, was a symbol of America's military strength in Afghanistan. At the peak of the U. S led war in the country. Thousands of foreign troops were stationed there. Bustling city grew around the airbase. All foreign troops leaving Bagram is a significant milestone in the end of international military operations in Afghanistan as foreign militaries leave. Violence in the country is worse than BBC correspondent Your General LeMay in Kabul, also at town hall. Com. America's employers added 850,000 jobs in June. The report from the Labor Department, the latest sign the reopening of the economy is propelling a powerful rebound from the pandemic recession. Officials in Surfside, Florida are concerned about Hurricane Elsa as rescue efforts continue after the condo collapse also might reach Florida as a tropical storm by Tuesday. Meanwhile, the death toll is resident of 20 people. Travelers could be getting refunds if their checked baggage is delayed. Transportation Department official says A proposal will be made within days that will require airlines to refund fees on checked baggage. If the bags are not delivered to passengers quickly enough under this proposal that would be within 12 hours of the passengers, US flight touching down Or within 25 hours after an international flight. Current regulations require refunds only if bags are lost Last year, more than 100,000 consumers complained to the government about airline service with refunds being the biggest ripe my camp in Washington stocks remain higher than Elop 143 points.
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"You know, he's not alone. New York, New Jersey and Connecticut all recently announced that they would in most covert restrictions in two weeks. NPR's Greg Allen reporting Starting today. The baseline averages that weather forecasters use will get a once a decade. Update NPR's Jennifer Ludden reports. It means the warming climate will become the new normal. Meteorologist work off a 30 year average. And today it shifts forward, dropping the 19 eighties and rapping in the 20 tens. The past decade was one of the hottest on record. And my plucky of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says that will bump up what's now deemed normal. In many places. It was a very substantial upward trend in temperature, especially along the West Coast of South and Along the East Coast. Precipitation averages also change The warmer climate means more intense rain in some places and drought in others. Jennifer Ludden NPR News Washington stocks traded mostly higher across Asia. Today, markets in Tokyo and Shanghai were closed for holidays. On Wall Street. Dow futures are trading lower. This is NPR news in Washington. 56 degrees and cloudy skies. It's 704 Good morning. I'm Mary Dixon With WB easy news. More than two million Chicagoans have gotten at least one dose of the cove in 19 vaccine. Getting the rest of city inoculated could take some creative thinking as WB Easy's Claudia Morel reports City Public Health Commissioner Alison are would, he says.
U.S. launched dozens of cyber ops to protect election, top official says
"Carried out more than two dozen cyber operations abroad to protect the U. S elections last year. These new details in election security emerged to the capital who Capitol Hill hearing today. As NPR's Greg Marie reports the head of U. S. Cyber Command, Army General Paul Marcus Oniy warned last year that he'd be taking measures against foreign adversaries to safeguard the November elections. He offered a summary in testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee. U. S Cyber Command conducted more than two dozen operations. Get ahead of foreign threats before they interfered or influenced our elections in 2020 Naka. Sony did not name the countries that U S cyber warriors acted against. However, the U. S intelligence community recently reported that Russia and Iran both attempted to meddle with the election. Greg Meyer. E NPR NEWS Washington Stocks
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"Tonight in Galveston, Texas, the medical examiner is requesting a mobile morgue. When asked why responding that welfare checks on people and freezing homes are not going well. Huston's public works directors warning about treacherous travel, We will begin to see some of those areas where there's the roads are still wet. Will freeze back up and so we need to make sure that people stay off these road. Three people died in the tornado that struck a seaside town in Brunswick County, North Carolina, and a tornado has been confirmed in Damascus County in Georgia. Mississippi Congressman Bennie Thompson is using an act created to stop the Ku Klux Klan to sue Donald Trump for last month's capital incursion. Accusing Trump of conspiring with far right extremists. Donald Trump has issued a scathing response to criticism he's received from Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. President Trump is practically And morally responsible. For provoking the events. But in a statement released by his political action committee, Trump says Mitch is a dour Solan and unsmiling political hack. And if Republican senators are going to stay with him, they will not win again. McConnell made his statement Saturday on the Senate floor after he joined 42 other Republicans to acquit Trump of inciting the January 6th right Mike Rossi, a Washington stocks were mixed today. This is AP News. California's governor, celebrating the opening of two federally operated vaccines centers in Los Angeles and Oakland and says coronavirus cases are coming down. Business is already starting to take shape. Governor.
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"But is the president relying too much on EOS White House press Secretary Jen Psaki pushing back on criticism, saying job one is to get his covert 19 package through Congress and president signal that this is their top priority right now. No surprise getting that Cove in relief package passed, But so many Republicans have said it's dead on arrival. Too expensive. It's too wide ranging. They're not going to do it. S so the question is, at what point do they abandoned bipartisan efforts and just try and figure out how to pass this with just Democrats, and they could do that, But it's gonna take some maneuvering. ABC is Karen Travers, California reporting 737 Covert 19 fatalities in the last 24 hours. It's second deadliest day of the pandemic. To South Carolina residents the first known US cases of the South African covert 19 variant. The UK variants been detected in at least 29 states. A study by Pfizer says it's vaccine likely works against both variants. That research has not yet been pure researched. AH GOP leader pays a visit to the former President House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy meeting for lunch with former President Donald Trump at Mar a Lago in a statement following their meeting, McCarthy says Trump is committed to helping Republicans win races in the House and Senate in 2022. McCarthy's visit comes at a tumultuous time for the Republican Party. He makes no mention of what else the two talked about, and if Trump spoke with him about McCarthy's comments regarding his role in inciting the insurrection. Has delicate Terra ABC News Washington Stocks closed higher today. You're listening to ABC News,.
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"To do. It s so the question is, at what point do they abandoned bipartisan efforts and just try and figure out how to pass this with just Democrats, and they could do that, But it's gonna take some maneuvering. ABC is Karen Travers, California reporting 737 Covert 19 fatalities in the last 24 hours. It's second deadliest day of the pandemic to South Carolina residents the first known US cases of the South African covert 19 variant. The UK variants been detected in at least 29 states. A study by Pfizer says it's vaccine likely works against both variants. That research has not yet been pure researched. AH GOP leader pays a visit to the former president, just Republican leader Kevin McCarthy, meeting for lunch with former President Donald Trump at Mar a Lago in a statement following their meeting, McCarthy says Trump is committed to helping Republicans win races in the House and Senate in 2022. McCarthy's visit comes at a tumultuous time for the Republican Party. He makes no mention of what else the two talked about, and if Trump spoke with him about McCarthy's comments regarding his role in inciting the insurrection. Has delicate Terry. ABC NEWS Washington Stocks closed higher. Today You're listening to ABC News from California's Capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey, FBK. I'm Greg Fishman at 302 with your top local stories and new poll says 71% of California residents would definitely Or probably get the cove in 19 vaccine. The poll data released by the California Healthcare Foundation shows another 16% say they would definitely not get the vaccine, 13% say. Probably not. Many health experts say we need to be at 75%, or higher vaccinations to reach herd immunity against Cove in 19 tensions between the Indian and Sikh communities in Davis or building over a statue of Mahatma Gandhi. The statue was a gift to the city of Davis from the Indian government a few years ago. It was toppled off its base earlier this week. Officials are investigating when it was first installed. Some members of the Sikh community protest it, saying that Gandhi was a racist. A new study in California is showing optimistic results that cannabis dispensaries may be linked to a reduction of opioid deaths. Lead author of the study and professor of management at UC Davis. Greta Hsu explains the findings, the more prevalent that cannabis dispensaries were, the more we saw the physical of reduction in opioid related mortality rates. Well, it I have two other counties that we're tracking in which there were fewer or no cannabis dispensary operations you notes. While there is much more research needed about the potential harmful effects of cannabis, this study did find a reduction and opioid deaths. Where there were cannabis stores Legal, Let's check traffic.
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"S so the question is at what point do they And in bipartisan efforts and just try and figure out how to pass this with just Democrats, and they could do that, But it's gonna take some maneuvering. ABC is Karen Travers, California reporting 737 Covert 19 fatalities in the last 24 hours. It's second deadliest day of the pandemic to South Carolina residents the first known US cases of the South African covert 19 variant. The UK variants been detected in at least 29 states. A study by Pfizer says it's vaccine likely works against both variants. That research has not yet been Pure researched. Ah GOP leader pays a visit to the former President House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy meeting for lunch with former President Donald Trump at Mar a Lago in a statement following their meeting, McCarthy says Trump is committed to helping Republicans win races in the House and Senate in 2022. McCarthy's visit comes at a tumultuous time for the Republican Party. He makes no mention of what else the two talked about, and if Trump spoke with him about McCarthy's comments regarding his role in inciting the insurrection. Has delicate Terry. ABC NEWS Washington Stocks closed higher today. You're listening to ABC News. It's such a beautiful night. Look at the stars. They're amazing. Did you know 20% of stars have planets orbiting them capable of sustaining life? How did you know that? You must spend a ton of time reading? Not at all. I use bleakest Blink assed. Yeah, it's an app that takes key insights from over 4000 non fiction bestsellers and gathers them into 15 minute blinks. For you to read or listen to. With Blink ist. You can learn the main points of an entire book and just 15 minutes as opposed to days or weeks..
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Washington DC's National Cathedral Hosts Virtual Presidential Inaugural Prayer Service
"Joined in a clear call today for reform at the National Prayer Service for President Biden and Vice President Harris NPR's Tom Johnson says the service was held virtually and featured more than two dozen speakers. A prayer service for an incoming president has been a tradition since the days of George Washington. The idea is to ask divine blessing for the new administration. But this year service was sharper than those of the past, with a more urgent message and speakers addressing with the Reverend William Barber in his sermon called five interlocking injustices, systemic racism, poverty, ecological devastation, denial of health care. War economy and the false, distorted marred narrative of religious nationalism. The speakers were chosen by the Biden Presidential Inaugural Committee and the clergy of the National Cathedral. Tom Dalton. NPR NEWS Washington Stocks finished mixed on Wall Street
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"Travel to Washington today. He'll participate in a ceremony at the reflecting pool near the Lincoln Memorial will honor nearly 400,000 Americans who have died of Cove in 19. Up to 25,000 National Guard troops will be deployed in Washington ahead of the inauguration. This comes nearly two weeks after a deadly riot left five people dead. Military officials are now checking the troops backgrounds to see if there's any potential threat from them. Lieutenant General Mark Sassa. Bill is vice chief of the National Guard Bureau, he says there's no indication of any problems. That kind of vetting that's actually happening now is routine for inauguration, some a D C guards and myself. I've been in about four when I was still in the unit and every one of these, There's been an extra level of security. So this is not something that's unusual for these types of events. He spoke to NPR's morning edition. A new NPR PBS news Hour, Marist Poll finds most Americans give President Trump poor marks as he prepares to leave office. NPR's Domenico Montanaro reports. 60% of Americans say Trump will go down as either below average or one of the worst president in U. S history. Just 27% say he will be remembered as above average or one of the best. Survey comes after the January 6th violence at the Capitol carried out by a pro trump mob. Trump wound up being impeached for a second time. As a result and facing health and economic crises, the survey found. Americans are the most pessimistic they've been about the direction of the country in three decades. Medical Montanaro. NPR NEWS Washington Stocks opened higher this morning as a confirmation hearing gets under way for Janet Yellen, She's president elect Joe Biden's choice to head the Treasury Department. NPR's Scott Horsley reports. The Dow Jones industrial average rose about 100 points in early trading. Yellen will urge lawmakers to act big to address the economic fall out from the Corona virus pandemic, The former Fed chair says. Without Morrell from the federal government, the recession will be longer and more painful. President elect Proposed rescue package carries at $1.9 trillion price tag. Yellin says the benefits far outweigh the cost. Yelling would be the first woman to leave the Treasury Department Politico says she's been endorsed by every living former Treasury secretary. Asian stocks were up overnight on news that China's economy grew 2.3% last year that slow by Chinese standards, but outpaces all the other big economies which shrank in 2020. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington Some other people nominated by President elect Joe Biden to head Cabinet level agencies will have confirmation hearings today, too. They include nominees for Secretary of State defense and Homeland security, as well as one for the director of national intelligence. On Wall Street, The Dow Jones industrial average is up 87 points at 30,901. The NASDAQ is up 90 points. This is NPR from the David Burnett Foundation newsroom at KCRW. I'm Cherry Glaser. Kamila Harris has officially submitted her letter of resignation from the U. S Senate, ending her four year run in the upper Chamber of Commerce. Excuse me, the upper Chamber of Congress. She's getting ready to be sworn in as the nation's first female and first black vice president as KQED. Scott Shaffer reports for seat won't be vacant for long. Governor Gavin Newsom tapped current Secretary of State Alex Padilla to serve out. The final Two years of Harris is Senate term and Padilla is expected to be sworn in as senator tomorrow or Wednesday. Details are uncertain due to heightened security in Washington and the transition from the Trump to Biden administration. But Dia will be starting the job and an extraordinary moment on the docket. Her critical legislation to address Cove. It 19 and its economic fall out. Confirmation of Joe Biden's Cabinet and a possible impeachment trial, all with Senate evenly divided between Republicans and Democrats. State Assemblywoman. Surely Weber from San Diego will replace Vidia as secretary of state once the Legislature confirmed, sir. Hey, Q. E DS Scott Shaffer reporting All consenting patients at Patton State Hospital should have their first dose of the Corona virus vaccine by the end of the week is KCRW's Matt Dillon reports. The announcement comes as the state run psychiatric facility in San Bernadino. Faces a lawsuit and his experiencing the largest cope it outbreak of the state's five lockdown hospitals around 500. Patients of the more than 1500 bed facility in the inland empire have come down with covert since mid May. 15 have died last month during an outbreak that saw 110 patients test positive. In 10 Days, the nonprofit disability Rights California filed a motion on behalf of several patent patients asking the court to discharge or transfer those at the highest risk of getting the virus. Motion also requested the psychiatric hospital introduced more rigorous covert protocols. During hearing last week, the judge overseeing the proceedings ordered patent to provide infection numbers and to come up with a timeline detailing when all patients and staff would be immunized. San Bernadino Sun reports, vaccinations started January 6 on the most at risk patients. Well. Hospital officials anticipate completing the first round of vaccinations by the end of the week. Attorneys with disability rights California say they're concerned about there being no clear time frame for the second dose. A spokesperson with the Department of State Hospital says patients will receive a second shot in accordance with the manufacturer's recommendation for KCRW. I'm Matt Gillam and Ventura County is taking more than a dozen businesses to court for violating pandemic health rules. The county is suing 14 gyms and four restaurants that refused to cease indoor operations. Acting County Council Michael Walker says the lawsuits are a last resort. He says the 18 businesses have been warned and educated about pandemic policies, but continued to defy the rules. Several business owners say they're prepared to go to court to fight.
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"To have their voice heard. In a respectful and peaceful way. That is your first Amendment, right? But I cannot emphasize that there must be no violence. No law breaking and no vandalism of any kind. However, Trump, who was impeached on account of incitement of insurrection in connection with last week's violent riot that led to five doubts, took no responsibility. President also made no mention of the House impeachment vote. President elect Joe Biden is tapped another Obama era officials Samantha Power to run the U. S agency that oversees foreign aid. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports powers of former ambassador to the U. N and a professor at Harvard. Biden Call's Samantha Power, a quote world renowned voice of conscience and moral clarity. She won a Pulitzer Prize for her book on How to Respond to Genocides. The Irish American was President Obama's ambassador to the U. N, known for her forceful speeches about the atrocities in Syria and another conflict zones. If confirmed to run the U. S Agency for International Development, she would oversee humanitarian assistance programs. And democracy and development aid. Biden says he's elevating the position to the National Security Council. And once you say I D to help lead a global response to the Corona virus pandemic. Michele Kelemen. NPR NEWS Washington Stocks closed on a mixed note on Wall Street. Today, the Dow was down eight points. The NASDAQ closed up 56 points the S and P rose eight points. This is NPR. New research is showing increased wildfires are making Eric quality worse in many parts of the U. S. Offsetting some other reductions. NPR's Nathan Rott reports, researchers believe it will only get worse with a warming climate. Air quality has generally improved across the country for the last few decades. Thanks to regulations like the Clean Air Act recently, though, those improvements have stalled and in some places even reversed new research shows Massive climate driven fire seasons like last year's are partly to blame. Marshal Burke from Stanford University, is the study's lead author. Wildfires is rapidly increased its contribution to poor air quality, not only in the Western U. S. But around the country in some parts of the West. As much as half of air pollution now comes from wildfire smoke, the study found speaking to the public health threat that smoke creates Nathan Rott. NPR NEWS, Amazon says it's asking a federal judge to shoot down or a question the conservative Social Media Network parlor to have its cloud service reinstated. Comes after Amazon kicked parlor off its network this week because of violence statements made on the site by some members. But before and after last week's insurrection of the capital, the left five people dead, several times reports Parlor filed the suit alleging breach of contract and in any trust violation. Amazon says the decision to remove partner was not about suppressing speech. About parlors demonstrated on willingness to remove content that threatens public safety. Crude oil futures prices closed lower today Benchmark crude down 30 cents a barrel, ending the session at 50 to 91 a barrel on the New York.
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Lebanon, Israel announce U.S.-mediated talks over sea border
"Between Lebanon and Israel later this month to help resolve a longstanding dispute over the maritime border between the two countries as we hear from NPR's Michelle Kelemen The talks are expected to start October 14th at the United Nations headquarters in the southern Lebanese town of Naqoura, Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs David Shankar says both sides asked the U. S to mediate. He says Lebanon and Israel are serious and focused on resolving the maritime dispute. In order to pave the way for oil and gas drilling. They should Sort out who's resources are the U. S has been working on this for a long time, he says, adding. This is not part of the U. S. Effort to get Arab states to normalize ties with Israel. Israel in Lebanon have no diplomatic relations. Michelle Kelemen NPR NEWS Washington Stocks finished higher
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Pelosi, Mnuchin talk but make no progress on ending stalemate
"But concede that bipartisan talks for a new wave of pandemic relief aid has stalled. NPR's Claudia View Solace reports. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer say they turned down an offer from Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to meet again. Pelosi and Schumer said they'll meet with White House officials when they budge on spending. Democrats offered to meet Republicans in the middle of both of their competing offers for a plan in the $2 trillion range. But the White House has refused. Here's Pelosi on MSNBC cominat chair say to me, Why can't you resolve your differences? Because we're miles apart, the top Senate Republican Mitch McConnell said. It's Democrats that need to budge. All of our stage need results. The Republicans will play until we actually get on outcome, but with little progress, it's possible the stalemate could continue through the month of August. Claudius SOLACE. NPR NEWS Washington Stocks closed higher today
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Boeing to resume commercial airplane production in Seattle, Washington; stock up 4%
"News Boeing says it will resume all commercial airplane production in a phased in approach to its facilities in the Seattle Washington area next week let's get more from Bloomberg Charlie Paris Boeing suspended operations last month than it says about twenty seven thousand people will return to production of the seven forty seven seven sixty seven seven seventy seven and seven eighty seven programs quote supporting critical global transportation infrastructure cargo services and national defense and security missions the seven thirty seven program will resume working toward restarting production of the seven thirty seven Max it also says Boeing South Carolina will remain in a suspension of operations at
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Bowe Bergdahl spared prison time for US Army desertion
"The us army commander approves the bergdahl saddens me private beaubourg doll will not go to prison after a senior us military commander endorsed the court martial sentencing handed down to bergdahl last november for abandoning his post in afghanistan and endangering military personnel who took part in the search for him bergdahl was captured by the taliban and held for five years army general robert abrams approved the sentencing that includes a reduction in rank from sergeant to private forfeiture of one thousand dollars a month pay for ten months and a dishonorable discharge the case will now be referred to the army court of criminal appeals which domestically reviews any punitive discharges mike rossier washington stocks finished mostly higher as weeks of up and down treading much of it related to trade tensions gateway to smaller moves the dow slipped fourteen points to twenty four thousand eight hundred eighty s and p added two points while the nasdaq was up thirty one more of these stories at townhall dot com i'm patrick foss hello again this.
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Armenia gets new leader, man who spearheaded protests
"That's deep hadeed reporting civil rights act advocates are suing the department of housing and urban development and hud secretary ben carson as npr's braxton book reports the lawsuit was prompted by hunts plan to suspend a rule that required communities to examine and address segregation in housing the suit brought by the national fair housing alliance in two texas based groups says that hut is failing in its mission and statutory duty it says the agency a law flea suspended an obama era fair housing provision and they want the court to compel hood to reinstate it the rule mandated that local and state governments receiving billions in federal funding must take steps to root out discriminatory housing patterns earlier this year secretary been carson allow the department to put that rule on hold seeing jurisdictions one off to comply until after twenty twenty hood did not comment on the suit braxton booker npr news washington stocks are falling during after president trump's decision to withdraw from the iran nuclear deal the dow is down one hundred and three points the s and p five hundred is off nine this is npr the parlamento armenia elects a prime minister in a repeat vote today putting an end to weeks of political turmoil npr's lucian kim reports the country's new leader says close ties to russia will remain one of its top priorities are media's national assembly elected opposition leader nico 'pushing yawn to the post of prime minister after the ruling republican party lifted his opposition to his candidacy passion yon rose to prominence during street protests that forced longtime leader seir sargsyan to resign as prime minister last month 'push ignani says he now wants to form an atmosphere of national consensus and unity armenia sandwiched between turkey and iran sees russia as a trusted ally pushing iansa armenia will remain in russian russianled economic indefens organizations even as he seeks to deepen relations with the european union shortly after the vote russian president vladimir putin congratulated the new prime minister on his victory pushing and says he expects to meet putin next week at a regional summit lucian kim npr news moscow.
Rudy Giuliani releases statement
"Congestion star somewhere around four or five pm in the afternoon continue till around eleven o'clock at night denver police commander mark flea says more than one hundred cops will monitor federal this weekend he says they want to minimize traffic congestion and make sure everyone is safe rudy giuliani released a statement today trying to clarify what he said this week about president trump's knowledge of the stormy daniels payment president suggested rudy giuliani got it wrong about mr trump reimbursing payments to stormy daniels great guy two hours later giuliani issuing a clarification repeating they were campaign finance laws broken then said he was only talking about the timing of repay michael cohen the new statements not explaining why trump's lawyer was repaid when the lawyer said it didn't happen andy field abc news washington stocks are ending the week up after a solid jobs report the dow is up three hundred thirty two points the snp up thirty four and the nasdaq up one hundred.
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Trump deserves credit for North-South Korea summit, experts say
"Live from npr news in culver city california i'm dwayne brown the leader of north korea has vowed to remove nuclear weapons from the korean peninsula following and historic summit meeting with south korea's president but kim jong un provided no specific details or new measures during the border truce meanwhile president trump says the us is quote not going to be played when it comes to peace talks with north korea trump speaking this afternoon during a joint news conference at the white house in pursuit of that goal we will not repeat the mistake of past administrations maximum pressure will continue until denuclearization occurs i look forward to our meeting should be quite something trump credits his own leadership for why talks will be different in these negotiations he was speaking alongside german chancellor angela merkel who is visiting washington to discuss trade and other issues us economic growth slow to an annual rate of two point three percent of the first quarter of the year that significantly less than the two point nine percent rate in the final quarter of last year as npr's st reports sluggish consumer spending is to blame consumer spending grew at just a one point one percent pace in the first quarter following a strong four percent rate at the end of last year hurricanes distorted spending in the final months of last year is people replaced lost or damaged property but the slowdown was also partly a typical cooling from seasonal holiday spending the two point three percent growth rate at the beginning of the year was well below the trump administration's target of three percent or more growth was below that target last year but could reach at this year fuelled by tax cuts and increased government spending john ydstie npr news washington stocks finished the week mixed on wall street the dow lost eleven points the nasdaq gained one point the sp added two points you're listening to npr news and this is wnyc i'm jamie floyd former secretary of state hillary clinton is warning group of regional transit experts that the trump administration may withhold funding for the gateway project seeking at the regional plan association's annual conference clinton said the white house may use funding for the project to settle political scores if you don't make the case and especially people who have those relationships with members of the.
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Half a million expected for DC March for Our Lives
"The kosovo skill students take on washington's stocks dive barbara kusak upwards of a half million people many of them high school students will take to the streets of washington dc tomorrow in support of stronger gun control legislation the rally was organized by the survivors of the mass shooting at stoneman douglas high school in parkland florida where seventeen people died on valentine's day the rally is focused on school safety but a big component of the march will revolve around the need for stricter gun control as many as five hundred thousand people are expected to gather on pennsylvania avenue in the national mall and others will gather in cities around the country and the world for their own rallies a number of lawmakers say they will participate in the march as well including house minority leader nancy pelosi florida democratic senator bill nelson and others john stolnis washington president trump signed a federal funding bill saying he did it as a matter of national security while we're very disappointed in the one point three trillion nobody more disappointed than me because the number so large we'll start coming down we had no choice but to fund our military correspondent steve kastenbaum reports fears about a trade conflict between the us and china sent stocks lower the more than four hundred point loss of the closing bell combined with thursday's three percent drop brings the dow jones industrial average back to where it was in november it a racist historic games made the last few months wall street ended its worst week in two years china vowed to take action against the united states in the wake of president trump announcing tariffs that target their nation interest warrant has been issued for pro bowl defensive end michael bennett in houston bennett is accused of assaulting sixtysixyearold paraplegic woman as he tried to get onto the field to celebrate with his brother at last year's super bowl lawmakers formerly as facebook ceo to.