Transcript for Sailors to be reunited with family after year-long separation
So all of these things on the table in terms of the pathophysiology in covid. Thank you. Thank you, Alex Presha, with the latest headlines for us. Good afternoon. Good afternoon, T.J. Good to see you again. We begin with the first military strike by president Biden launched against militia groups in Syria that are backed by Iran, considered payback for a recent rocket attacks in Iraq that killed a U.S. Contractor and injured an American service member. Sources tell our Martha Raddatz that president Biden, quote, chose the least lethal option and a Pentagon official say the strike was proportional. President Biden and the first lady are headed to Houston, Texas, after the deadly winter storm and planning visits to a vaccine center and a food bank in Houston. And as the house gets ready to approve the trillion covid relief package, and the package will extend much-needed unemployment benefits, and other financial relief for families and small businesses. Republicans objecting to the $1.9 trillion price tag. And finally here on Friday, it's going to be a joyful weekend for a lot of these families reunited at California's Lamar naval air station this week after a yearlong separation, those sailors were on an extended deployment on the uss nimitz, now back home. 320 days at sea, it's the longest deployment since the cold war and I've spent time with Navy families and Marines and nothing like seeing those reunited. Those reunions never get old. Alex, thank youo much. Have a good weekend, my man. You too. A whole lot more ahead on "Gma3," the congresswoman helping to take the lead on the
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