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[Homework]NPR 2020-08-01

President Trump's chief of staff says White House officals will continue to negotiate with XXX Democratic today and tomorrow.XXX explains two sides so far felt to find common ground. She and her staff XXX made a real stop at White house press briefing room to give another data on negotiations for new pandemic relief package as this weekends. So that's $6000 XXX on employees insurance that millions Americans have relyed on. Matters say the administration is offering full different plans to temeporarily expend the benefits,but Democrats have to check them more.Yet what was since? is politics is usual. From Democrats xxx capital here,he claims Democrats have not made any XXX offer. Democrats have made clearly they want to the benefits expended,but they opposed the idea that passing a short term extension rather than two side negotiating a abroad deal.
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1- President Donald Trump's chief of staff says White House officials will continue to negotiate with XXX democrats today and tomorrow. Per NPR's record O'Donnell explains two sides are so far fail to find common ground. Chief of staff Mark Meadows made a rare stop in the White House Press Briefing room to given up data on negotiations for a new pandemic relief package as this weekends sold as a $6,000 boost to unemployment insurance that million of Americans have relied on. Meadows says the administration has offered four different plans to temporarily extend the benefits. But democrats have rejected them all. And yet what was seeing is politics as usual from democrats upon Capital Hill. He claims democrats have not made any counter-offers. Democrats have made clear they want the benefits extended, but they oppose the idea of passing a short-term extension while the two sides negotiate a broader deal.


2- Speaking on Capital Hill today, the countries' top infectious disease expert told law makers once a Corona virus vaccine is approved as safe and effective, American should have wide spread access within a reasonable time. Dr. Anthony Fauci telling members of House PenXX as cautious optimism of vaccine will be available by next year. Recent days Fauci has been calling for Americans to double down of wearing mask and practicing social distancing. With less than a hundred days until the election, President Trump's campaign has pulling all of its TV ads off the air. NPR's Tamar Keith reports it's part of the campaign retooling. President Trump's campaign had been running ominous TV ads including one featuring an elderly woman being attacked by an intruder. The ad warns that Joe Biden want to defund police, which he doesn't.  According to the tracking firm advertising analytics the campaign went off the air made weak and hasn't resumed. A Trump campaign official who declined to be named said given the recent leadership shake-up, the campaign strategy is now undergoing a review  and fine tuning. The official added they would be back on the air and will resumes attacks on former vice president Joe Biden, portraying him as a quote puppet of the radical left wing. Meanwhile, the Biden campaign spend 12 million dollars on TV ads this week including a new buy in Ohio, a state Trump won easily four years ago.


3- Wages and benefits of free-wills workers rose their slowest pesante 3-yrs during the just completed quarter. Not a major surprise given the millions are out of work to do during the Coronavirus pandemic and many who are working for taking pay-cuts in order to remain employed. Government announcing today it's employment cost index shows pay and benefits of free-wills works are up just a half of a percent the second quarter. Stocks close higher today to end the week the Dow up 114 points the Nasdaq closed up a 157 points.


4- The republican Leader of the Wisconsin's State Senates has party law makes to stand ready to strike down a state-wide masks mandate announced this week by democratic governor Tony Evers. Over Wisconsin Senate majority leaders conflicts jail stop short today promising they will vote to kill the order which is late to take effect tomorrow. They logs its legislatialy authority to revoke a governor's emergency order. Europe's economy has shrunk again as result of the Coronavirus pandemic down a 11.9 percent from the previous quarter. As Minical sends reports many European Economies have seen their biggest slumps since record keeping began. Spain, which like Italy, was hit particularly hard by the Coronavirus, is reporting the biggest downturn this quarter with it's economy dropping by 18.5 percent. Even Germany, Europe's largest economy has down 10.1 percent this quarter but business confidence there is up again for the third month running. And unemployment figure is a down from last month. While Coronavirus restrictions has been eased cross the continent and business are backup and running, the outlook remains uncertain as infection rate start to go up again. EU leaders have agreed on a 750 billion Euro recovery fund to be financed by shared debt.
5- Pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline and Sanofi ??? will sip in US dollars to ensure supply of experimental vaccine of COVID-19, agreement cost with the US to pay up to 2.1 billion dollars will supply of 100 million of doses of vaccine once clinical trials are completed.
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[Homework]NPR 2020-08-01

1- President Donald Trump's chief of staff says White House officials will continue to negotiate with ?? democrats today and tomorrow. Per NPR's record O'Donnell explains two sides are so far fail to find common ground. Chief of staff Mark Meadows made a rare stop in the White House Press Briefing room to given up data on negotiations for a new pandemic relief package as this weekends sold as a $6,000 boost to unemployment insurance that million of Americans have relied on. Meadows says the administration has offered four different plans to temporarily extend the benefits. But democrats have rejected them all. And yet what was seeing is politics as usual from democrats upon Capital Hill. He claims democrats have not made any counter-offers. Democrats have made clear they want the benefits extended, but they oppose the idea of passing a short-term extension while the two sides negotiate a broader deal. 2- Speaking on Capital Hill today, the countries' top infectious disease expert told law makers once a Coronavirus vaccine is approved as safe and effective, American should have wide spread access within a reasonable time. Doctor Anthony Fauci telling members of House PenXX as cautious optimism of vaccine will be available by next year. Recent days Fauci has been calling for Americans to double down of wearing mask and practicing social distancing. With less than a hundred days until the election, President Trump's campaign has pulling all of its TV ads off the air. NPR's Tamar Keith reports it's part of the campaign retooling. President Trump's campaign had been running ominous TV ads including one featuring an elderly woman being attacked by an intruder. The ad warns that Joe Biden want to defund police, which he doesn't.  According to the tracking firm advertising analytics the campaign went off the air made weak and hasn't resumed. A Trump campaign official who declined to be named said given the recent leadership shake-up, the campaign strategy is now undergoing a review  and fine tuning. The official added they would be back on the air and will resumes attacks on former vice president Joe Biden, portraying him as a quote puppet of the radical left wing. Meanwhile, the Biden campaign spend 12 million dollars on TV ads this week including a new buy in Ohio, a state Trump won easily four years ago.
3- Wages and benefits of free-wills workers rose their slowest pesante 3-yrs during the just completed quarter. Not a major surprise given the millions are out of work to do during the Coronavirus pandemic and many who are working for taking pay-cuts in order to remain employed. Government announcing today it's employment cost index shows pay and benefits of free-wills works are up just a half of a percent the second quarter. Stocks close higher today to end the week the Dow up 114 points the Nasdaq closed up a 157 points.
4- The republican Leader of the Wisconsin's State Senates has party law makes to stand ready to strike down a state-wide masks mandate announced this week by democratic governor Tony Evers. Over Wisconsin Senate majority leaders conflicts jail stop short today promising they will vote to kill the order which is late to take effect tomorrow. They logs its legislatialy authority to revoke a governor's emergency order. Europe's economy has shrunk again as result of the Coronavirus pandemic down a 11.9 percent from the previous quarter. As minicals sends reports many European Economies have seen their biggest slumps since record keeping began. Spain, which like Italy, was hit particularly hard by the Coronavirus, is reporting the biggest downturn this quarter with it's economy dropping by 18.5 percent. Even Germany, Europe's largest economy has down 10.1 percent this quarter but business confidence there is up again for the third month running. And unemployment figure is a down from last month. While Coronavirus restrictions has been eased cross the continent and business are backup and running, the outlook remains uncertain as infection rate start to go up again. EU leaders have agreed on a 750 billion Euro recovery fund to be financed by shared debt.
5- Pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline and Sanofi ?????will sip in US dollars to ensure supply of experimental vaccine of COVID-19, agreement cost with the US to pay up to 2.1 billion dollars will supply of 100 million of doses of vaccine once clinical trials are completed.

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1.    President Donald Trump's chief of staff says White House officials will continue to negotiate with Congressional Democrats today and tomorrow. As NPR's XX explains, the two sides have so far failed to find common ground.
Chief of staff Mark Meadows made a rare stop in the White House Press Briefing room to give an update on negotiations for a new pandemic relief package. As this week ends, so does a $6,000 boost to unemployment insurance that millions of Americans have relied on. Meadows says the administration has offered four different plans to temporarily extend the benefits. But Democrats have rejected them all.
"And yet what was seeing is politics as usual from Democrats upon Capitol Hill."
He claims Democrats have not made any counter-offers. Democrats have made clear they want the benefits extended, but they oppose the idea of passing a short-term extension while the two sides negotiate a broader deal.


2.    Speaking on Capitol Hill today, the country's top infectious disease expert told law makers that once a coronavirus vaccine is approved as safe and effective, Americans should have wide spread access within a reasonable time. Doctor Anthony Fauci telling members of House Panel as cautious optimism a vaccine would be available by next year. In recent days Fauci has been calling for Americans to double down双倍下注 on wearing mask and practicing social distancing.


3.    With less than a hundred days until the election, President Trump's campaign has pulling all of its TV ads off the air. NPR's XX reports, it's part of the campaign retooling.
President Trump's campaign had been running ominous TV ads including one featuring an elderly woman being attacked by an intruder. The ad warns that Joe Biden wants to defund police, which he doesn't. According to the tracking firm advertising analytics the campaign went off the air made weak and hasn't resumed. A Trump campaign official who declined to be named said given the recent leadership shake-up, the campaign strategy is now undergoing a review and fine tuning. The official added they would be back on the air shortly and would resume attacks on former vice president Joe Biden, portraying him as a "puppet of the radical left wing". Meanwhile, the Biden campaign spend 12 million dollars on TV ads this week including a new buy in Ohio, a state Trump won easily four years ago.


3.    Wages and benefits of US workers rose at the slowest pace in 3 years during the just completed quarter. It made a surprise given that millions are out of work due to the coronavirus pandemic and many who are working for taking pay-cuts in order to remain employed. Government announcing today it's employment cost index shows pay and benefits for US workers are up just a half of a percent the second quarter.


4.    Stocks closed higher today to end the week. The Dow was up 114 points. The Nasdaq closed up 157 points.


5.    The Republican Leader of the Wisconsin's State Senates says party law makers stand ready to strike down a state-wide masks mandate announced this week by Democratic governor Tony Evers. Over, Wisconsin Senate majority leader Scott Fitzgerald stopped short today, promising they will vote to kill the order which is slate to take effect tomorrow. State law gives the legislature the authority to revoke a governor's emergency order.


6.    Europe's economy has shrunk again as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, down a 11.9 percent from the previous quarter. As XX reports, many European economies have seen their biggest slumps since record keeping began.
Spain, which like Italy, was hit particularly hard by the coronavirus, is reporting the biggest downturn this quarter with its economy dropping 18.5 percent. Even Germany, Europe's largest economy has down 10.1 percent this quarter, but business confidence there is up again for the third month running. And unemployment figures are down from last month. While coronavirus restrictions has been eased across the continent and business are backup and running, the outlook remains uncertain as infection rate start to go up again. EU leaders have agreed on a 750 billion Euro recovery fund to be financed by shared debt.


5.    Pharmaceutical companies GlaxoSmithKline葛兰素史克 and Sanofi赛诺菲 are latest two recipients of US dollars to ensure supply of an experimental vaccine for COVID-19. The agreement calls for the US to pay up to 2.1 billion dollars for a supply of 100 million doses of vaccine once clinical trials are completed.
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