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01. Live from NPR News, I'm Jack spear, president Biden is continuing to push his economic agenda, saying now is not the moment to simply return to a pre-pandemic economy. NPR’s XXX explains his remarks comes as Congress continues to consider how to move ahead on his legislative priorities. Democrats in the Senate have yet to reach a compromise on just how much money to spend and what all they want to include in this so called budget reconciliation bill that would advance a number of the President's economic goals. The White House has been pushing back on the narrative that the $3.5 trillion price tag is too big. Here's the President himself. “My plan is paid for, it’s fiscally responsible.” Biden also insists that his plan will not increase inflation. He points out that 15 Nobel Prize winning economists have come out in agreement, saying that his agenda will help ease long term inflationary pressures. XXXX, NPR news, the White House.

02. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell isn't budging from his demand Democrats go alone on raising the federal debt ceiling McConnell reiterating in a call with Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, that Republicans will not lift a cap on federal borrowing which now stands at $28.4 trillion, just the latest standoff between the two sides in Congress. Democrats have reminded their GOP colleagues during the Trump administration they agreed to suspend the borrowing limit on three separate occasions.

03. Amid soaring hospitalizations of COVID-19, Idaho health officials are ordering hospitals throughout the state to move to crisis care standards. NPR’s XXX reports that means hospitals have to ration care and prioritize ICU beds. Hospitals were already rationing care in northern Idah. Now the state health department is implementing these crisis care standards statewide. This means for example that hospitals with only so many ventilators have to prioritize COVID patients who they think have a better chance of recovering. State health officials are calling the situation dire, warning that most hospitals don't have enough resources to treat even patients who come in after car accidents or heart attacks. There are no statewide health restrictions in place, and even the state's largest city hasn't reimplemented its massive mandate, Idaho also has one of the country's lowest vaccination rates as just 40% of the adult population here getting both doses, XXXX NPR News Boise.

04. Consumers apparently continue to open their wallets last month, despite a rising COVID-19 cases. Commerce Department reports retail sales rose by seasonally adjusted seven tenths of a percent. That's far better than the forecasted decline some analysts have been looking for. Moreover the data also shows a major shift in purchasing behavior. While sales last month at restaurants and bars were relatively flat, online sales soared 5.3%. A mix close on Wall Street today. The Dow dropped 63 points. The NASDAQ was up 20 points, you're listening to NPR.

05. The Legal Adviser for Philippine President XXX says the government will not cooperate with the international criminal courts investigation of that country's drug war. The ICC recently announced they will officially begin examining killings connected to the administration's any drug campaign. NPR’s Julian McCarthy has more. XXX role to international notoriety as the architect of a drug war that he has killed 1000s. One day after the ICC unveiled its investigation into whether the killings constitute possible crimes against humanity of murder. XXXX's representatives were defiant. They said international investigators will not be allowed in the country, and that XXXX would “die” before subjecting himself to international jurists. Amnesty International ???hold on the XXXX government to immediately end the cycle of violence. XXX, whose term ends in June, has announced he'll run for vice president next year, a move widely seen as a bid to shield himself from prosecution. Julie McCarthy NPR News

06. bullies in Philadelphia say they are investigating a brawl outside of famous cheese steak restaurant that left a 28 year old man dead and two others hurt. They say the fight outside Pat's King of stakes possibly involved individuals that earlier attended the soccer game. They say a man was killed when he was hit with a trash can lid repeatedly and then pummeled during the fight with suspects then fleeing in an SUV. Police believe alcohol was a factor in the incident. The fight outside the restaurant in July resulted in a New Jersey man being shot and killed.
Crude oil futures prices closed flat today. This is NPR.
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