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At a signing ceremony at the White House today, President Biden said US economy crisis is deepening due to the coronavirus pandemic. He said action is needed now to help struggling Americans. Biden noting that some Americans were barely hanging on and the government needs to act decisively and boldly to help people, who are saying paychecks reduced or eliminated entirely. "We cannot, will not let people go hungry. We cannot let people be evicted because of nothing they did themselves. We cannot watch people lose their jobs. We have to act. We have to act now." While saying we cannot change the trajectory of the pandemic in the few next months, the president is calling for people to wear masks. He set a goal of 100 million covid vaccinations in the first 100 days of his presidency.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi plans to send the article of impeachment for President Trump to the Senate Monday. NPR's Kelsey Snell reports, party leaders in the Senate are still at odds over the timing and process of a trial. A Senate trial would begin immediately, once the House send the single article of impeachment for incitement to insurrection. Senate Minority Mitch McConnell had requested a delay to allow Trump's legal team more time to prepare. Majority Leader Schumer also rejected claims from some Republicans that impeaching a former president could be unconstitutional. "It makes no sense whatsoever, that a president or any officials could commit a heinous crime against our country, and then be permitted to resign, so as to avoid accountability and a vote to disbar them, from future office." Schumer says the Senate will also move ahead with vote on President Biden's cabinet nominees and further coronavirus relief. Kelsey Snell, NPR news, Washington.

The Biden administration is taking a series of steps to try to address the violent domestic extremism. Here's NPR's Ryan Lucas explains, the White House says recent deadly attack on the US Capitol makes clear this is a serious and growing national security threat. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki says the Biden administration will dedicate the necessary resources to combat domestic violent extremism, while also respecting free speech and constitutionally protected political activities. She says President Biden has asked the Office of the Director of National Intelligence to draw up a comprehensive assessment of the domestic extremist threat. The idea she says is to have a fact-based analysis to use as a foundation to build policy. Psaki also says the National Security Council is going to look at whether more needs to be done to tackle such extremism and will look at current policies on preventing radicalization and violent attacks, and see what changes need to be made. Ryan Lucas, NPR news, Washington.

Existing home sales rose 7 tenths of a percent last month. The National Association of Realtors says home prices also continued to soar with the median price of existing homes at 309,800 dollars last year.

On Wall Street today, the Dow was down 179 points. The NASDAQ gained 12 points. The S&P 500 fell 11 points.

This is NPR.

President Biden has ordered a pause on all border wall construction, one of 17 executive actions the president took on his first day in office, who bleeds billions of dollars in unfinished work under contract after his predecessor Donald Trump, while he successfully built 450 miles of border wall. Trump allocated nearly 11 billion dollars to build more than 664 miles of his much-vaunted wall. The Biden administration says it will negotiate cancellation fees and spend the amount not spent so far on other projects.

The Labor Department says the share of American workers who belong to a union increased last year, though NPR's Scott Horsley reports, the unionization rate is still only about a half of what it was in the early 1980s. The number of union members working in America actually fell last year, but because many more non-union workers were laid off, the share of employees who belong to a union inched up for the first time in a dozen years. Back in 1983, when the Labor Department started keeping track, the percentage of unionized workers was almost twice as high. The AFL-CIO points to survey data showing many more workers would like to belong to a union. And the group hopes the new Biden administration will make union organizing easier. The Labor Department says the average union member earns almost 20% more than the average worker who doesn't belong to a union, though that figure doesn't account for occupational or educational differences. Scott Horsley, NPR news, Washington.

Google is pulling the plug on a program that aims to use balloons to be internet service from the stratosphere, and asks for the shutter the project known as Loon, one of the secret projects and parent company Alphabet so-called moonshot factory.

I'm Jack Speer. NPR news.
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At a signing ceremony at the White House today, President Biden said US economic crisis is deepening due to the corona virus pandemic, he said action is needed now to help struggling Americans. Biden noted some Americans are barely hanging on and the government needs to act decisively and boldly to help people who are seeing pay check reduced or eliminated entirely.
“We can not will not let people go hungry, we can not let people be evicted because of nothing they did themselves, we can not watch people lose their jobs, we have to act we have to act now.”
While saying we can not change the trajectory of the pandemic in the next few months, President is calling for people to wear mask. He set a goal of 100million covid vaccinations in the first 100 days of his presidency.

House speaker Nancy Pelosi plans to send the article of an impeachment for President Trump to the Senate Monday, NPR’s Kalthy reports, party leaders in the Senate are still at odds though over the timing and process of the trial.

A Senate trial would begin immediately once the House sends the single article of impeachment for incitement to insurrection. Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell had requested a delay to allow Trump’s legal team more time to prepare, majority leader Schumer also rejected claims from some republicans that impeaching a former President could be unconstitutional.

“It makes no sense whatsoever that a president or any official could commit a heinous crime against our country and then be permitted to resign so as to avoid accountability and a vote to disbar them from future office.”
Schumer says the senate will also move ahead with votes on President Biden’s cabinet nominees and further corona virus relief. Kalthy NPR news Washington.

The Biden administration is taking a series of steps to try to address violent domestic extremism, as NPR’s Ryan Lucas explains the White House says the recently deadly attack on the US Capitol makes clear this is serious and growing national security threat.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the Biden administration will dedicate necessary resources to combat domestic violence extremism while also respecting free speech and constitutionally protective political activities. She says President Biden has asked the office of the director of national intelligence to draw up a comprehensive assessment of the domestic extremist threat, the idea she says is to have a fact-based analysis to use as the foundation to build policy. Psaki also says the national security council is going to look at whether more needs to be done to tackle such extremism, and will look at current policies on preventing radicalization and violent attacks, and see what changes need to be made. Ryan Lucas NPR news Washington.

Existing home sales rose 0.7% last month, the national association of realtor says home prices also continued to soar with a medium price of existing home, at 309, 800 dollars last year.

On Wall Street today the Dow was down 179 points, the NASDAQ gained 12 points, theS&P500 fell 11 points.
This is NPR.

President Biden has ordered a pause on all boarder wall construction, one of 17 executive actions the President took on his first day in office. it will leave billions of dollars and unfinished work under contract of his predecessor Donald Trump who had successfully built 450 miles of board wall. Trump had allocated nearly 11billion dollars to build more than 664 miles of his much-elongated wall. The Biden administration says it will negotiate cancelation fees and spend the money not spent so far on other projects.

The labor department says the share of American workers who belong to a union increased last year. As NPR’s Scott Horsley reports the unionization rate is still only about half what it was in the early 1980s.

The number of union members working in America actually fell last year, but because many more non-union workers were laid off, the share of employees who belong to the union inched up for the first in a dozen years. Back in 1983, when Labor Department started keeping track, the percentage of unionized workers was almost twice as high. The FL CIO points to survey data showing many more workers would like to belong to a union and the group hopes the new Biden administration will make union organizing easier, the Labor Department says the average union member earns almost 20% more than the average worker who doesn’t belong to a union, but that figure does account for occupational or educational differences. Scott Horsley NPR news Washington.

Google is pulling the plug on a program that aim to use balloons to meet internet service in a stratosphere, the announcement to shut the project known as Loon  ends one of the secret projects in parent company Alphabet’s so called moonshot factory.  

I’m Jack Speer NPR news.
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