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Congressional democrats are endorsing a bipartisan corona virus relief bill and calling on republicans to work on a compromise. NPR’s kelsy reports the move was a significant shift for democrats who previously focused on a much bigger package.
House speaker Nancy Pelosi said Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer are endorsing a 908 billion dollar bill that’s being framed as an interim patch, it’s the first time the two top democrats have embraced legislation smaller than the 2.2 trillion bill that passed the house October. The legislation includes money for state’s small business and people who have lost jobs during the pandemic. Republican rejected that proposal when it was first announced, senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says he is focused instead on a smaller relief package that can win support from president Trump. But democrats are asking republicans to work with them to reach a compromise and hopes of passing a bill before the end of the year. NPR news Washington.
US health officials say the best way to stay safe during the holiday season is to stay at home. Officials say for those who ignore that advice, testing before and after any trip should be mandatory. Many Americans did not follow the CDC’s guidance over thanksgiving and it is expected as a result covor-19 cases will be increasing in coming days. Numbers of corona virus has been soaring again with colder weather hitting many parts of the country. More than13.8 million Americans have tested positive for the virus while more than272, 000 Americans have died.
Earlier today vice president Mike Pence sworn Arizona’s newest senator democrat Mark Kelly. From membership station KGZZ in phoenix Ben reports.
Kelly was assisted by Arizona senator Kyrsten Sinema, who held the bible on which Kelly swore the oath of office. In two years’ time Sinema and Kelly have given democrats control of both the Arizona’s senate seats. A rarity in a traditionally republican state. Kelly defeated republican Martha McSally last month in a special election. McSally was appointed to fill the seat following the death of Senator John McCain. Kelly’s senate swearing in means republican’s majority in the chamber is now narrowed to 52/48. Control of the senate will ultimately be decided by runoffs for Georgia’s two senate seats in January. For NPR news I am Ben in phoenix.
Federal appeals court has ruled a lower court judge wrongly blocked the implementation of North Carolina’s photo voter id law last year. Unanimous opinion by a panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decided District Judge Loretta Biggs erred by declaring 2018 requirement was tainted by racial bias largely because of previous voter id law had been struck down on similar grounds. Both approved by Republican-controlled legislature, the opinion does not mean North Carolina’s voter ID requirement can be carried out since an injunction is still in place in state court.
On Wall Street the Dow was up 59points.  
You are listening to NPR.
Mexico says it will buy up to 34million doses of Pharmaceutical company Pfizer’s new covid-19 vaccines, NPR’s explains the government there says the frontline health care workers will get the vaccines as soon as the end of the month.
The head of Mexico’s health ministry tweeted a picture of himself signing the Pfizer contract. Initially Mexico set to receive a quarter of a million doses and officials say they will arrive before the end of December. Mexico’s foreign minister also tailed the vaccines purchase tweeting what many thought was impossible is now a reality. Mexico’s regulatory body known as has already authorized use of the Pfizer vaccines; Mexico’s president famous for his austerity says funds are available for the vaccines which will be universally distributed and free. Officials  also insist they will be able to safely store the Pfizer vaccines which requires ultra refrigeration and two doses. Mexico has the 4th highest death toll from covid in the world. Kerry NPR news Mexico city.
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President-elect Joe Biden says he’ll not immediately lift trade tariffs against China put in place by the Trump administration, Biden says at least until new talks resumes, those tariffs will remain in place, speaking to columnist Thomas Friedman of the New York Times, Biden said I just no want to prejudice my options. Under Trump, the US and China embark on a yearlong trade battle that’s been largely frozen since phase one of the new trade deal was implemented in January. US business and consumers had borne the brunt of the cost of those tariffs.
Crude oil futures’ prices halted their slide, oil landing a session of 73 cents a barrel to 4528 a barrel in New York.
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Live from NPR news, I am Jack Speer.
Congressional democrats are endorsing a bipartisan corona virus relief bill and calling on republicans to work on a compromise. NPR’s kelsy reports the move was a significant shift for democrats who previously focused on a much bigger package.
House speaker Nancy Pelosi said Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer are endorsing a 908 billion dollar bill that’s being framed as an interim patch, it’s the first time the two top democrats have embraced legislation smaller than the 2.2 trillion bill that passed the house October. The legislation includes money for state’s small business and people who have lost jobs during the pandemic. Republican rejected that proposal when it was first announced, senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says he is focused instead on a smaller relief package that can win support from president Trump. But democrats are asking republicans to work with them to reach a compromise and hopes of passing a bill before the end of the year. NPR news Washington.
US health officials say the best way to stay safe during the holiday season is to stay at home. Officials say for those who ignore that advice, testing before and after any trip should be mandatory. Many Americans did not follow the CDC’s guidance over thanksgiving and it is expected as a result covor-19 cases will be increasing in coming days. Numbers of corona virus has been soaring again with colder weather hitting many parts of the country. More than13.8 million Americans have tested positive for the virus while more than272, 000 Americans have died.
Earlier today vice president Mike Pence sworn Arizona’s newest senator democrat Mark Kelly. From membership station KGZZ in phoenix Ben reports.
Kelly was assisted by Arizona senator Kyrsten Sinema, who held the bible on which Kelly swore the oath of office. In two years’ time Sinema and Kelly have given democrats control of both the Arizona’s senate seats. A rarity in a traditionally republican state. Kelly defeated republican Martha McSally last month in a special election. McSally was appointed to fill the seat following the death of Senator John McCain. Kelly’s senate swearing in means republican’s majority in the chamber is now narrowed to 52/48. Control of the senate will ultimately be decided by runoffs for Georgia’s two senate seats in January. For NPR news I am Ben in phoenix.
Federal appeals court has ruled a lower court judge wrongly blocked the implementation of North Carolina’s photo voter id law last year. Unanimous opinion by a panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decided District Judge Loretta Biggs erred by declaring 2018 requirement was tainted by racial bias largely because of previous voter id law had been struck down on similar grounds. Both approved by Republican-controlled legislature, the opinion does not mean North Carolina’s voter ID requirement can be carried out since an injunction is still in place in state court.
On Wall Street the Dow was up 59points.  
You are listening to NPR.
Mexico says it will buy up to 34million doses of Pharmaceutical company Pfizer’s new covid-19 vaccines, NPR’s explains the government there says the frontline health care workers will get the vaccines as soon as the end of the month.
The head of Mexico’s health ministry tweeted a picture of himself signing the Pfizer contract. Initially Mexico set to receive a quarter of a million doses and officials say they will arrive before the end of December. Mexico’s foreign minister also tailed the vaccines purchase tweeting what many thought was impossible is now a reality. Mexico’s regulatory body known as has already authorized use of the Pfizer vaccines; Mexico’s president famous for his austerity says funds are available for the vaccines which will be universally distributed and free. Officials  also insist they will be able to safely store the Pfizer vaccines which requires ultra refrigeration and two doses. Mexico has the 4th highest death toll from covid in the world. Kerry NPR news Mexico city.
President-elect Joe Biden says he’ll not immediately lift trade tariffs against China put in place by the Trump administration, Biden says at least until new talks resumes, those tariffs will remain in place, speaking to columnist Thomas Friedman of the New York Times, Biden said I just no want to prejudice my options. Under Trump, the US and China embark on a yearlong trade battle that’s been largely frozen since phase one of the new trade deal was implemented in January. US business and consumers had borne the brunt of the cost of those tariffs.
Crude oil futures’ prices halted their slide, oil landing a session of 73 cents a barrel to 4528 a barrel in New York.
I am Jack Speer.
NPR news.
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Congressional Democrats are endorsing a bipartisan coronavirus relief bill and Colorado Republicans still work on a compromise. NRP's Kesley Snell reports, St Louis' significant shift for Democrats who basically focus on a much bigger package. House's speaker Nancy Pelocy and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer are endorsing a 908-billion-dollar-bill that is being framed as interm ***. So first time the 2 top Democrats have embraced legistration smaller than the 2.2-trillion-dollar-bill that passed the House in October. The legistration includes money for states, small business and people who have lost jobs during the pandemic. Republicans rejected that proposal when it was first announced. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he is focusing instead on a smaller relief package that can win support from President Trump. But Democrats are asking Republicans to work with them to reach a compromise. He hopes passing the bill before the end of the year. Kelsey Snell, NPR news, Washington.

US Health officials say the best way to stay safe during the holiday season is to stay at home. But officials say for those ignored that advice, testing before and after any trips should be mandatory. Many Americans did not follow the CDC's guide during thanks-giving and as expected as a result the Covid-19 cases will be increasing in coming days. The number of coronavirus cases has been soaring again with colder weather in many parts of the country. More than 13.8 million Americans were tested positive for the virus, while more 272,000 Americans have died.

Early today, Vice-President Mike Pence swore in Arizona's newest senator - Democrat Mark Kelly. From member station KJZZ Phoenix Ben Giles reports. Kelly was assisted by Arizona senator Kyrsten Sinema, who held the Bible on which Kelly swore the oath of office. In 2 years' time, Sinema and Kelly have given Democrats control for both Arizona's senate seats, a rarity in a traditionally Republican state. Kelly defeated Republican Martha McSally last month in the special election. McSally was appointed to fill a seat following the death of senator John McCain. Kelly's senate-swearing-in means Republican Majority in the Chamber is now narrowed to 52:48. Control of the senate will ultimately be decided by runoff, for Georgia's 2 senate seats in January. For NPR news, I'm Ben Giles in Phoenix.

Federal Appeals Court has ruled a lower court judge wrongly blocked the implementation of North Carolina's Photo Voter ID Law last year. And there's an opinion by *** before US Circuit Court of Appeals decided District Judge Loretta Biggs air by declaring 2018 requirement was tainted by racial bias, mostly because previous photo ID Law had been struck down on similar ground. Though approved by Republican-controlled legislatures, the opinion does not mean North Carolina Voter ID requirement can be carried out *** junction is still in place in state court.

On Wall Street, the Dow was up 59 points. You're listening to NPR.

Mexico says it will buy up to 34 million doses of pharmacy company Pfizer's new COVID-19 vaccine, as NPR's Kelly Kon explained, the government there says frontline healthcare workers will get the vaccine as soon as end of the month. The head of Mexico's Health Minstry tweeted pictures of himself signing the Pfizer's contract. Initially Mexico was said to receive a quarter of million doses and officials say they will arrive before the end of Decemeber. Mexico's Foreign Minister also tell that the vaccine purchase tweeting what many thought was impossible is now a reality. Mexico's regulatory body known as Cofepris already authorized use of Pfizer's vaccine. Mexico's president, famous for his ***, says *** are available for the vaccine which will be universally distributed and free. Officials also insist they will be able to safely store the Pfizer's vaccine which requires ultra refrigeration in 2 doses. Mexico has the 4th highest death toll from Covid in the world. Kelly Kon, NPR news, Mexico City.

President-elect Joe Biden says he will not immediately lift trade tariffs gainst China put in place by the Trump administration. Biden says that at least until new talk resumes, those tariffs would remain in place. Speaking to Thomas Friedman of the New York Times, Biden said he does not want to prejudice my options. Under Trump, US and China bargained a yearlong trade war that has been largely forzen since Phase *** what of a new trade deal was implemented in January. US business and consumers are borne to buy the cost of those tariffs.

Crude oil futures prices hold its slight oiling up 73 cents a barrel at $45.28 a barrel in New York.

I'm Jack Speer, NPR news.

This message comes from NPR's sponsor Bank of America. We're all shopping for essentials online these days. But the Bank of America cash-reward credit card, you can choose to earn 3% cash back on online shopping essentials. Visit bankofamerica.com/morerewarding. Copyright 2020 Bank of America Corporation.
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1.  Congressional Democrats are endorsing a bipartisan coronavirus relief bill and calling on* Republicans still/to* work on a compromise.
  NRP's Kesley Snell reports, the move* is a significant shift for Democrats who basically/previously* focused on a much bigger package.
  House Speaker Nancy Pelocy and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer are endorsing a 908-billion-dollar-bill that is being framed as an interm patch*. It's the first time the 2 top Democrats have embraced legistration smaller than the 2.2-trillion-dollar-bill that passed the House in October. The legistration includes money for states, small business and people who have lost jobs during the pandemic. Republicans rejected that proposal when it was first announced. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he is focused instead on a smaller relief package that can win support from President Trump. But Democrats are asking Republicans to work with them to reach a compromise in hopes of passing the bill before the end of the year.
  Kelsey Snell, NPR news, Washington.


2.  US Health officials say the best way to stay safe during the holiday season is to stay at home. But officials say for those who ignored that advice, testing before and after any trip should be mandatory. Many Americans did not follow the CDC's guidance for the Thanksgiving and expected as a result the Covid-19 cases will be increasing in coming days. The number of coronavirus cases has been soaring again with colder weather hitting* many parts of the country. More than 13.8 million Americans were tested positive for the virus, while more 272,000 Americans have died.


3.  Early today, Vice-President Mike Pence swore in Arizona's newest senator - Democrat Mark Kelly. From member station KJZZ in Phoenix Ben Giles reports.
  Kelly was assisted by Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema, who held the Bible on which Kelly swore the oath of office. In 2 years' time, Sinema and Kelly have given Democrats control of both Arizona's senate seats, a rarity in a traditionally Republican state. Kelly defeated Republican Martha McSally last month in the special election. McSally was appointed to fill a seat following the death of Senator John McCain. Kelly's senate-swearing-in means Republican Majority in the Chamber is now narrowed to 52:48. Control of the senate will ultimately be decided by runoff, for Georgia's 2 senate seats in January. For NPR news, I'm Ben Giles in Phoenix.


4. Federal Appeals Court has ruled a lower court judge wrongly blocked the implementation of North Carolina's Photo Voter ID Law last year. And there's an opinion by penal before US Circuit Court of Appeals decided District Judge Loretta Biggs air by declaring 2018 requirement was tainted by racial bias, mostly because previous photo ID Law had been struck down on similar ground. Though approved by Republican-controlled legislatures, the opinion does not mean North Carolina Voter ID requirement can be carried out though since injunction is still in place in state court.


5.  On Wall Street, the Dow was up 59 points. You're listening to NPR.


6.  Mexico says it will buy up to 34 million doses of pharmacy company Pfizer's new COVID-19 vaccine, as NPR's Kelly Kon explained, the government there says frontline healthcare workers will get the vaccine as soon as end of the month. The head of Mexico's Health Minstry tweeted pictures of himself signing the Pfizer's contract. Initially Mexico was said to receive a quarter of million doses and officials say they will arrive before the end of Decemeber. Mexico's Foreign Minister also tell/tout吹嘘 that the vaccine purchase tweeting what many thought was impossible is now a reality. Mexico's regulatory body known as Cofepris has already authorized use of Pfizer's vaccine. Mexico's President, famous for his austerity*吝啬, says funds* are available for the vaccine which will be universally distributed and free. Officials also insist they will be able to safely store the Pfizer's vaccine which requires ultra refrigeration in 2 doses. Mexico has the 4th highest death toll from Covid in the world. Kelly Kon, NPR news, Mexico City.


7.  President-elect Joe Biden says he would not immediately lift trade tariffs gainst China put in place by the Trump administration. Biden says that at least until new talk resume those tariffs will remain in place. Speaking to columist* Thomas Friedman of the New York Times, Biden said he does not want to prejudice my options. Under Trump, US and China embarked on a year long trade battle that has been largely forzen since Phase one of a new trade deal was implemented in January. US business and consumers have won the brunt of the cost of those tariffs. 哈哈,特没谱加关税,美国企业和消费者首当其冲承受了损失。


8.  Crude oil futures prices halted there slight, oil ending the session of up 73 cents a barrel at $45.28 a barrel in New York.

I'm Jack Speer, NPR news.

This message comes from NPR's sponsor Bank of America. We're all shopping for essentials online these days. With the Bank of America cash-reward credit card, you can choose to earn 3% cash back on online shopping essentials. Visit bankofamerica.com/morerewarding. Copyright 2020 Bank of America Corporation.
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