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On captial hear this morning, a rare weekend meeting between Democratic leaders and White house officals on Corona virus relief package, and got a plan to restore the expired $600 a week subprime mental unemployment benefits.White house chief staff Mark MeadowsWe still a long way to XXX, and I don't want to suggest that the deal is inmminent,because it is not.President Trump says he is willing to extend $600 benefits in the short term, but says it is XXX without other demands that include state A xxx sisters and increase in food XXX. House speaker Nancy Pelosi Millions of pepople are food and security not country, Millions are XXX pepople need resources to meet the needs of their families. Both sides say they will meet again on Monday.
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1.    On Capitol Hill this morning, a rare weekend meeting between Democratic leaders and White House officials on the coronavirus relief package, aimed to plot a plan to restore the just expired $600 a week supplemental unemployment benefit. White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows:
"We are still a long way apart, and I don't want to suggest that the deal is imminent, because it is not."
President Trump says he's willing to extend the $600 benefit in a short term, but says he isn't on board with 不同意 other demands including state aid, rent assistance, and an increase in food stamp aid. House speaker Nancy Pelosi says ppl are suffering.
"Millions of people are food insecure in our country. Millions are on the verge of eviction.付不起房租被赶走. People need resources in order to meet the needs of their families."
Both sides say they will meet again on Monday.


2.    West Virginia's Govr Jim Justice says he is watching the numbers as they decide the next steps in the state response to the ongoing cvp. NPR's XX has more.
On Friday, West Virginia health officials reported record breaking numbers of active infections, hospitalizations, intensive care usage, and patients on ventilators. But despite those figures, Justice says his adm is not yet ready to re-impose restrictions, such as a quarantine for travellers coming into the state, closing businesses, and other shutdown measures. Justice hesitated for weeks before imposing a statewide order in which residents are required to wear a mask in buildings outside their homes. That order waning into effect in early July. Since then the number of infections has continued to grow. West Virginia is targeting September 8th to reopen public schools.


3.    Thousands of Braviliers____ converged in the streets of Germany's capital today to protest cv restrictions. XX reports from Berlin that police tried to shut down the demonstration because of hygiene concerns.
According to police estimate 17,000 cv skeptics were out in force大批地 on Saturday, waving placards that read:
"we are in forced to wear a muzzle, participants did not wear masks and we are not social distancing"
The gathering drew a mixed group of protesters from all over Germany including anti-fascists, libertarians, and the far-right. Well, Germany has done well to curb the pandemic compared with other European countries. The infection rate is on the rise. Health authorities blame negligence among the general public and Germany's Economy Minister is calling for tougher action to be taken against those who deliberately flout蔑视 social distancing rules.


4.    The National Hurricane Center says Isaias, now a tropical storm is likely to become a hurricane again tonight as it heads to the Florida coast to get over warmer waters. The storm has maximum of sustained winds of 70 miles an hour. Isaias  has snap trees and knock out power as it flew through the Bahamas.


5.    In Brazil a new report from state agency says fires in the Amazon rose 28% from a year ago. Environmentalists are worried as August traditionally marks the beginning of the fire season in the region. Last year more than 30,000 fires broke out in the month of August.


6.    SpaceX is getting ready for the final part of an important test flight as two astronauts will undock from international space station and ride a SpaceX capsule home if weather permitting.  NPR's XX has more.
NASA astronauts XX and XX blasted off in the SpaceX Dragon capsule back in May. It was the first time of commercial vehicle took people to orbit. Now it has to bring them back home. The capsule was designed to splashed down in the waters around Florida. XX says everyone is watching the weather closely. He says if there's no safe spot to return they can only to stay in the space station longer.
"We wont leave the space station without some good landing opportunities in front of us. It could splash down weather in front us."
After undocked they can orbit earth a day or two if they need to before coming down. This will be the first time returning astronauts as splash down since 1975.


7.    Red onions appeared to be the cause of an outbreak of salmonella 沙门氏菌 that infected nearly 400 people in 31 states. The FDA says Thomson International in Bakersfield, California, says it is recalling all varieties of onions that could have a common contact with the contaminated red ones. The CDC says nearly 60 people have been hospitolized.
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