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27 minutes | Jul 30, 2021
“Back to My Car”: The End of the Eviction Moratorium
Millions of Americans face possible eviction as a federal deadline approaches. Afghan interpreters and their families begin arriving on US soil. And the founder of a much-hyped electric vehicle company is indicted for allegedly lying about "nearly all aspects of the business."
27 minutes | Jul 29, 2021
The End of “Don’t Vax, Don’t Tell”
The Biden administration announces new rules encouraging vaccinations for federal employees. Senators strike a deal on infrastructure. And wildfire smoke spreads pollution way beyond the West.
29 minutes | Jul 28, 2021
Hot Mask Summer
In a significant shift, the CDC now recommends many vaccinated Americans wear masks in certain settings. Capitol Police officers give compelling testimony about January 6th. And Olympic gymnast Simone Biles, citing mental distress, steps away from competition at a crucial moment.
27 minutes | Jul 27, 2021
What Can We Still Learn About January 6th?
A House committee prepares to hear new testimony on the January 6th attack. The Biden Administration, along with some state and local officials, institute vaccine requirements for certain healthcare workers. And the largest cigarette company in the world says it will soon stop selling cigarettes in Britain.
27 minutes | Jul 26, 2021
Should We All Be Wearing Masks Indoors?
St. Louis becomes the latest major city to re-institute an indoor mask mandate. Prosecutors make new allegations against R. Kelly ahead of his trial. And an ABC News investigation reveals the staggering toll of gun violence on a nightly basis.
26 minutes | Jul 23, 2021
Masked and Answered
CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky tells vaccinated Americans that masks are not a necessity in indoor areas...yet. The NFL shocks players by declaring canceled games will come at a steep price. And Haiti will mourn its assassinated president at a funeral today.
26 minutes | Jul 22, 2021
Pelosi Reads GOP the Riot Act
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi rejects forty percent of Kevin McCarthy's picks for a committee investigating January 6th. A $26 billion opioid settlement promises to reshape the prescription pain pill industry. And refugees are fleeing the Ethiopian region of Tigray amid a brutal civil conflict.
25 minutes | Jul 21, 2021
Delta's Breakthrough Performance
As COVID infections rise, the number of "breakthrough" cases appear to be rising. Major Japanese sponsors are pulling out of the Olympics, while officials are still considering potential cancellations. And President Biden taps a vociferous critic of Google for a top antitrust job.
27 minutes | Jul 20, 2021
Delta Bad Hand
As new outbreaks cause financial markets to plummet, top pediatricians tell parents to keep masks on children at school. The US, along with several NATO countries, publicly accuse China of major cyber crimes. And an NHL prospect comes out as gay.
27 minutes | Jul 19, 2021
Masks Are Back
Several California counties are once again mandating masks indoors. Floods in Germany and Belgium have killed at least 180, while some towns could still be destroyed. And a Texas judge's ruling means new DACA applications are on hold.
25 minutes | Jul 16, 2021
“Not Sharing Is Caring”
In his first public health warning of his term, the US Surgeon General begs Americans says the greatest threat to American health is misinformation. Ahead of a crucial decision about how to investigate January 6th, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy meets with President Trump. And Olympics athletes are being sidelined because of COVID tests, even if they don't test positive themselves.
28 minutes | Jul 15, 2021
Kid Gloves: Why a Pro-Vaccine Official Was Fired
Tennessee's top vaccine official was pushed out the door, and she says it's because she in favor of promoting vaccinations to young people. The Department of Justice claims Iranian operatives were preparing the abduction of an American journalist. And an expanded Child Tax Credit takes effect today, with hundreds of dollars hitting the bank accounts of American families.
25 minutes | Jul 14, 2021
Shop ‘Til You Pop: Inflation is Accelerating
A new report shows prices sharply increasing, fueling concerns of lasting inflation. Documents filed more than two decades ago reveal concerns about the Miami building that later collapsed. And the US government dismisses Pfizer's call for booster shots -- for now.
27 minutes | Jul 13, 2021
Escape from Austin
In a last-ditch effort to kill a Republican voting security bill, Democratic lawmakers flee Texas. Mass protests take the Cuban government by surprise. And CEO's try to convince their employees to come back to the office.
25 minutes | Jul 12, 2021
Droughts Are Getting Worse. Has Climate Change Poisoned the Well?
Californians are being urged to conserve water, as heat waves and droughts intensify. Haitian police describe a spine-chilling plot in which a gang was unwittingly assembled by a company located in the US. And as Texas legislators debate how much access voters should have to the polls, other states are trying to expand the right to vote online.
26 minutes | Jul 9, 2021
Need a Boost?
Pfizer becomes the first vaccine maker to suggest vaccinated Americans get a third shot. With Olympic athletes on the way, officials declare COVID has become so prevalent in Tokyo, spectators won't be allowed. And Haitian police claim more than a dozen foreign nationals -- including two Americans -- are responsible for killing the country's president.
24 minutes | Jul 8, 2021
Haiti’s New Disaster
The president of Haiti is assassinated in his home. Chicago police say 36 officers have now been shot at so far this year. And Moderna announces it's conducting clinical trials for a new type of flu vaccine -- leading scientists to herald the widespread use of mRNA vaccines for some of humanity's most vexing diseases.
25 minutes | Jul 7, 2021
The Forever War Draws to a Close
The Pentagon announces that nearly all American troops have exited Afghanistan. President Biden outlines a new plan to get Americans vaccinated. And as the FBI makes more arrests related to January 6, local police confront more armed militia groups.
25 minutes | Jul 6, 2021
You Win Some, You Ransom
Business and cyber security leaders react to a massive international cyber attack. Florida teams restart their search amid worsening weather. And Canada is in the midst of a national reckoning as hundreds of Indigenous children are discovered in unmarked grave sites.
25 minutes | Jul 5, 2021
More Rubble in Surfside
With dozens presumably buried nearby, officials quickly demolish the remaining condo tower in Surfside, Florida. President Biden hosts the largest event of his term at the White House. And after a game-changing decision, NCAA athletes are quickly signing deals to profit off their fame.
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