The Rundown: Top headlines today: Feb. 14, 2020

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: Feb. 14, 2020
From from the. The tournament after attorney general William Barr made no additional cost in an interview with ABC news time to stop tweeting. Department of Justice criminal case. President trump says how the legal right to get involved in the case walk I think he has not done so. A source confirms to ABC news the Justice Department is reviewing its own handling of the criminal case involving the president trumps former national security advisor Michael Flynn who pled guilty to misleading investigators and a senior US official says the US and Taliban breaching a truce agreement and its successful. Could lead to larger peace talks and the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan. The Taliban must follow through any stem ending reduction in violent. It's not clear what a reduction actually means but a senior State Department officials and it's not a full cease fire. World continues to monitor and try to slow the spread of corona virus from the Olympic organizers say this summer's Tokyo Olympics will go on as scheduled. It is not a high school. Any contingency plans and incidentally guys on the evening I'm. Evacuations are finally beginning on that cruise ship docked in Yokohama Japan after more than 200 people on board contract in the cold nineteen corona virus. The first eleven of the passengers released to continue their precautionary quarantine on land. Another 3600 people still onboard it couldn't find their rooms. My glove and audio represented adult actress stormy Daniels and lawsuits against president trump has been convicted on three counts of trying to extort Nike. Hi there. Eleven bodies told ninety he was not laughing around during a phone call last march when he demanded millions of dollars and threatened to go public when allegations of misconduct. Faces a combined 42 years in prison. Coming from Jacksonville Florida this newly released police guarding him footage shows the moment the six year old girl was removed from school and involuntarily committed to a mental health facility. That. Deputies say she destroyed schools. Says she wasn't able to intervene at. An officer who expresses concern and you can be heard just writing my daughter is in Pleasanton calm look at this he's you'll sit in the back. Patrol car you know out of playing their violations relating because she's an old plumber what we can't say they now from the. Or get everything. Yeah.

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