The Rundown: Top headlines today: Jan. 18, 2021

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: Jan. 18, 2021
From. When. With the nerves already on ends. A security alert Monday morning sending people running in the halls of congress who turns out it was a small fire sale homeless camp about a mile from the US capital it was another sign of the tension inside the nation's capital. After the deadliest accidents injuries. Yeah. Okay. New disturbing video shot by The New Yorker revealing just how determined the writers. You described his domestic terrorist war. The FBI has now arrested doesn't come from supporters who stormed the capital. Two days from president elect Joseph Biden is taking his own involvement amid fears that a potential insider attack the army has been performing background checks on National Guard members involved in securing the capital. Everybody joining the military is screened again and for an event like this. Your screen. This week now marks a whole year since over the 191 appeared in this country we have a totally under control as one person. Coming in from China. And we have to control its going to be just the number of Americans killed by the corona virus it's now nearly 400000. And the CDC warns that another 100000 could die in the next month mass vaccination centers have popped up across the country in. Rudy Miami's hard rock stadium and LA's Dodger Stadium. But officials warn doses there will likely run out by Wednesday. All those can be put in place but they're useless because they have something to. The government pushing for at least fifty million doses to be distributed by the end of January so far only about 31 million have gone out. Former co in data sciences from back and Jones left court after posting bail she turned herself then after being accused of illegally. Accessing this d.'s emergency alert health system. To contact current employees from she claims the whole thing is retaliation. From governor Rhonda Santos. Jones was fired after accusing state officials of suppressing covic numbers. Last month officials raided her home in the she says at least pointed guns at her and her children in the raids. Officers say otherwise. Crowds protesting the arrest of opposition leader election about them. It is his sister Chris thank Lexington county detained minutes softer landing in Moscow last night. The name in light streamed by journalists capturing the bonnies kiss that well to his wife yulia. Does not images of a trial set aside the police station just outside Moscow the no Valdez says Putin must be so scared of him and they're all legal procedure out the window and his lawyer is any getting alleged that minutes into the school. The judge putting it away from says today's hearing at the web he should be jailed for longer officially starts next week Deval he was arrested just after returning from Germany where he had been recuperating after being poisoned by a nerve agents and. California claims he heat in easy cure area of Chicago's O'Hare airport for three months police now charge and he just saying. With felony criminal trespassing and spotted by two United Airlines employees and when asked to show I DE. He should've backed that was reported missing by employees after an optimal work Singh told police that he was afraid to fly into the hand down. What he wouldn't say why he came to Chicago from California in the first place.

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