Transcript for An emotional National Guard reunion in Wisconsin
We turn now to Kyra Phillips who's in Washington with the latest headlines for us. Goompbl, Kyra. We begin with the new jobs report that's out today, unemployment falling to 10.2% even as U.S. Job growth slowed to 1.8 million in July under pressure from this pandemic. Those numbers better than expectations though, but indicating a slowdown in job gains. And the candid comments from the army secretary about the death of soldier Vanessa Guillen, Ryan Mccarthy acknowledging her murder in a visit to ft. Hood. Her sister said it's too little too late and they're calling for change in federal law about reporting such crimes. President trump signing that executive order against the popular app tiktok and wechat, calling the Chinese company operations here a threat to national security. Tiktok pushing back, expressing shock and saying the move undermines global trust in America's commitment to the rule of law. And take a look at these smiles beaming under all those masks. Touching reunions in Madison, Wisconsin, those National Guard soldiers had been stationed in Ukraine throughout the entire pandemic. And Amy, the soldiers were actually quarantined at ft. Bliss, Texas, for two weeks before coming home. Not getting the traditional welcome back ceremony, but obviously those masked hugs pretty sweet there. Yeah, as good as it's going to get right now. Now to St. Louis, Missouri,
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