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President-elect Joe Biden unveiled additional details of his plan to vaccinate 100 million people, during his first 100 days in office. Biden noting the seriousness of the corona virus pandemic as the global death toll from covid-19 surpassed the 2million mark. He also said he’ll use the Defense Production Act to speed up the vaccine roll-out.
“        There are tens of millions of doses of vaccines sitting unused in freezers around the county, while people who want and need the vaccine can't get it, we’ll fix the problem by encouraging states to allow more people to get vaccinated beyond health care workers."

Biden’s called the Trump administration roll-out of the vaccine “a dismal failure”, he also noted despite the expanded effort which include billions of vaccines distribution sites and additional testing, things will get worse before they get better. And he criticized some republican law makers refused to wear a mask during last week’s riot at the capitol.

The National Rifle Association says it is declaring bankruptcy and leaving New York for Texas. Here’s NPR’s Martin Kaste.

The powerful gun rights group has been dogged in recent years by fallout from a scandal over the misuse of funds, and last year the New York state Attorney General sued the organization and some of its leaders including Wayne LaPierre. Now LaPierre has announced the NRA will leave New York and reincorporate as a non-profit in Texas. The NRA portrayed the investigation as bias and New York’s political atmosphere as toxic. New York Attorney General Letitia James responded with a statement accusing the NRA of being financially and morally bankrupt and the statement says her office is reviewing the implication of the bankruptcy filing, pledging not to allow the NRA to quote evade the accountability. Martin Kaste, NPR news.

US attorney leading the investigation into the capitol rampage says the authority has no direct evidence at this point, the rioters planned to capture or kill US law makers. As NPR’s Ryan Lucas explains a contradicts allegation prosecutors have made in court filings against one alleged rioter.

Federal prosecutors in Arizona alleged in court papers that members of the pro-Trumps mob that stormed the capitol, intended to capture or assassinated elected officials. But now the man leading the investigation into the riot, acting US attorney for Washington DC  Michael Sherwin says that’s not so.
“There’s no direct evidence at this point of kill/capture teams and assassination.”

Sherwin says he’s aware of the filing in Arizona, he attributes the disconnect to the sprawling nature of the investigation. He says in some instances, prosecutors handling preliminary court hearings of alleged capitol rioter arrested elsewhere in the country, maybe adding information that those leading the case back in DC do not possess. Ryan Lucas NPR news Washington.

Stocks lost ground at week’s end amid concerns on the part of investors the corona virus pandemic continues to weaken the economy. The Dow was down 177 points the NASDAQ fell 114 points today.

This is NPR.

President-elect Biden has chosen the former Food and Drug commissioner to lead vaccine science in his drive to put 100 million shots into the arms of Americans during his administration’s first 100 days. Dr. David Kessler will hold the title of chief science officer for covid response, head of the Food and Drug administration in 1990s under presidents of both political parties, Kessler has been acting as a top pandemic adviser to President-elect Biden.

Toyota says it will pay 180 million dollars for violating federal emissions reporting requirements. The environment protection agency says it is the largest civil penalty of its kind, Toyota acknowledged its reporting process was flawed. from NPR’s

Car makers are required to alert the EPA when they discover vehicle defects that could cause their cars to release too many pollutes. From 2005 to 2015 Toyota was not meeting this requirement, for many reports filed late or not filed at all. The US department of Justice says the violation was systemic and likely resulted a financial benefit to Toyota. The company acknowledged the short comings, a Toyota spoke person says while filings were delayed, the impact on actual emissions was negligible. Toyota will be under judicial oversight for 3 years. NPR news.

President Donald Trump prepares to leave Washington DC Wednesday morning just before President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration, that’s according to a person familiar with the planning who spoke on condition of anonymity because the decision has not yet been made public. Trump had already announced he would not be attending Biden’s inauguration, the President-elect had made it clear Trump would not be welcomed. Trump spent the month pushing baseless claims of election frauds.

I’m Jack Speer, NPR news.
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