The Rundown: Top headlines today: Nov. 23, 2020

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: Nov. 23, 2020
From. From. Dearborn is packed with travelers trying to get out for the holiday involved airlines seem to be doing good precaution. They returned Wednesday to live our lives. More than three million people screamed at TSA checkpoints over the weekend is the most since the pandemic began. Despite busy scenes urging people to stay home and avoid travel on the what we're doing now. What is going to be re elected to assume three weeks from now and right now in the US the situation is dire and the cases in the state. His swing and not every single thing and the wilderness easy to begin in design testing is sky rocketing ahead of the holiday you people lining up across the country some leading up to eight hours and others unable to find an available test at all. Street for the first time ever the Dow has surpassed 30000. Susan Schmidt had in the US equities for a visa investors' minds in the country Israel keeps to have election results and vaccines on the. Our prize and we're just below last minute line and I'm an attorney general business markets. The stock market's just broken 30000 never been broken out number the. Seem to be out there are taking credit for this big risk in the stock market and added Steve 48. From that we've. Broken records in during peak. Trump administration. And I just want to congratulate all the people within the administration that work so. The economy here per. Do pharma pleading guilty to federal criminal charges formally ending a role in the hope healing crisis the company pleaded guilty just three criminal charges connected to be built you an epidemic and it's contributing to. Hundreds of thousands of deaths and over the past two daddy. Something happens for the first time in the NFL it's significant. Officiating crew for this game gives us a unique reason to really not because of any one person on the group. But because of what favorite percent as a group the first all African American officiating crew. In league history. Just look this is a zany movie is samaritan when fans get excited about a half preceding night music it's an exciting time for me. To be a part of some to stay as soon as something as well be remembered the boy turned. The first measurable snow this season fell in parts in the Chicago area. Coming a little later in the year than expected we can feel good I just don't like what your salon. In the beginning I like it could. Really it's just too long. I want to leave parties see in the damaging winds in excess of sixty miles per hour I'm engaged to Woodward Oklahoma Oklahoma we'll take on the severe storms tonight behind. Kansas City tonight over through western Illinois that's where the heaviest rain will lease out why don't watch as that warm front pushes north if you traveling seven near 35 there. Then Chicago tomorrow 1994. Western Kentucky even Cincinnati as the warm front Lis Sarah. Could see severe storms turn into just some heavy rain they'll lose their intensity by the time they make it to Eastern Pennsylvania Baltimore or say even Boston condemning. In the northeast.

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