The Rundown: Top headlines today: April 22, 2021

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: April 22, 2021
From for from. President Biden using birth danger we establish America as a leader in fighting climate change and the reality steps. We'll show on American combating that's her Michigan economy and I don't yeah. I didn't hosting a foreign world leaders for a virtual climate summit and announcing a goal for the country to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by half. When in the next ten years. The president's goal is for countries who are the biggest makers of pollution like China to make major change to move. Church fish. American her sex no less then 15% of the world's emissions. All of us Wallace declared goes bust who represented you know world's largest economies and we have to step up on the hill today climate. Millions of Greenwich convert taking lawmakers didn't happen. The fact that we are still having this discussion you can even more that we are still subsidizing. You postal fuels directly or indirectly he's using text hey honey moon in disgrace. Electrical problems of Boeing 737 Max Jensen may be bigger than first thought the FAA has now notified airlines that it is still trying. I gotta by the scope of the troubles 106 of the jets were grounded again two weeks ago. On worries about a backup power control unit 71 of those planes are owned by US allies. Russia protesters took to the streets in support of Russian opposition leader alassane in Olney. Those protests went over a thousand arrests came in response to calls from our ponies and allies who have said he's dangerously. Ill and present while on a hunger strike the 44 year olds doctors say if he continues to strike any longer he will likely die in an open letter published by an independent Russian inside his doctors say no bonnies medical tests show and he's already at severe risk of brain damaged or even slipping into a coma and Russia's prison service has insisted his condition is satisfactory. On Sunday moving him to a hospital at a different nearby prison where he's been given a news strip. According Floyd. The portion of vaccination along the stimulus checks and reopening this led to fewer jobless claims last week. For a second straight week the number of first time jobless claims declined to a new pandemic low of 547000. And still historically high as is the number of people receiving some form of unemployment benefit more than seventeen million. Playoffs appear to be subsiding though and economists have called in April will be a strong month of job growth that's a reopening the economy and unleashes pent up demand and apparently driving other issues including truck driver shortages and that's leading to a rise in prices on basic goods including diapers toilet paper groceries involves. The wedding in Fort Lauderdale for the writing group with the actual wedding thrashers aren't here and now Mark Martin believing in Kabul invited a whole bunch of people to a mansion and telling all their guests at a wedding would be there Courtney Wilson and she needed Jones had invited their family and friends to watch an exchange vows and mayor dream halt the problem was. They didn't alcohol. Let's get started to arrive in the real owner needs and Finkel was near to me I hop restaurant portion of what shocks from. We'll leave Iraq and he's caught you being here in the league Andre there hammering away and leave here and you and you guys men and he would need and what are also why it's. The house is for sale by the owner news on the market for more than five million dollars Bernie Wilson apparently knows as a potential buyer and even asked the homeowner being pulled their wedding there was told now we're gonna president exchanging thousands couple exchanging words with police. Who were called to the scene and told Wilson to leave he didn't and no charges were filed.

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