The Rundown: Top headlines today: Feb. 18, 2020

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: Feb. 18, 2020
From from. Well. I think a lot of it's. Fairly hard news from president trials for former new York city police commissioner Bernard Kerik in finance your Michael Milken and there's also commuted the fourteen year sentence a former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich. He had served eight years in jail. There's a long time ago. Many people disagree with the Nazis and democratic battery about Lincoln. Blagojevich was convicted of trying to sell former president Obama's big incentive. Bert we'll join other democratic presidential contenders on the debate stage tomorrow in Las Vegas and New York City mayor qualified for his first debate even though he's not on the ballot in Nevada's caucuses. Bloomberg qualifying. Eight democratic rivals face to face for the first time the other candidates. Keep her. I'm looking forward to debating Michael Bloomberg I can't meet him on the airwaves that I can meet him on an advance and are still locked doors saying don't not go to bottom line. NASCAR driver Ryan Newman in serious condition after this horrific crash on the sport's biggest stage. The Daytona 500. Newman was traced to the hospital where seems says he's in serious condition. From the doctors don't believe this. Injuries are life threatening. For the 150 Americans for an Gina after being evacuated from Wuhan China have been released from Marine Corps Air Station Miramar in San Diego. Apparently you what it's like. I don't know. Isn't going to be gaining. Today more than a dozen American cruise ship passengers who tested positive for the novel the rotavirus are being kept under careful watch in isolation some near an air force base in northern California and others at a national quarantine unit in Omaha Nebraska last night I had a slight temperature. Arabs and you're fourteen. Ukraine's. Yeah and it would turn around more than 73 and outs in the case of corona virus in the world nearly all of that pinch.

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