The Rundown: Top headlines today: Jan. 19, 2021

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: Jan. 19, 2021
The. We'll know between shouted down and gosh yeah let a shot and the lights. In a dark years. Along. The shaker full reflection. Remember all. We lost an order of business for the president elect when he arrived in Washington today. A visit to the Lincoln Memorial along were they Americans killed in the pandemic that death told. Now stands then more than 400000. Americans do every. To vaccinated sputtering along with state officials opening up mass vaccinations and jurors in hopes of speeding things up when he including five new ones in LA county even less this site in Connecticut we have the National Guard really the department of public health real loss of players. An active duty US soldier is now in federal custody authorities say he plotted with someone he thought was affiliated with the nicest to attack and New York City landmark and fellow troops overseas from there will hold James bridges is charged with attempting to provide material support to my sister and attempting to murder US service members. An ongoing wildfire emergency in the west. Red flag warnings across California. Fires forcing hundreds to evacuate and Santa Cruz and Santa Clara county's firefighters battling more than a dozen fires in the area in the last 24 hours. Wind gusts and parts of the state amassing ninety miles per hour and utility companies warning they may be forced to cut power to more than 2151000. Customers. This was yeah. Totals Brussels. The New York Mets have fired general manager Jared Porter his termination coming one day after ESPN reported he sent explicit text and images to a female reporter in 2016 when he worked for the Chicago Cubs and Mets owner Steve Cohen says he has zero tolerance for this behavior. We know about who's been so little Borger it was harder. The blues. Holds musician and Porter reportedly acknowledged texting with the woman but denied sending explicit photos. And anger that's just my hands are just now. Only eighteen year old American woman jailed in the Cayman Islands for breaking quarantine and admits she was wrong. Is there an announcement in Iraq and staying in the from the blue. It sucks you know what you mean you get at dinner sound. Skyler Madden was supposed to quarantine for fourteen days after arriving on the island November 27. But after just two days she took off for geo tracking bracelet in reaching quarantines to watch her boyfriend a professional jet skier competing in a race. Kabul ultimately spending in the 32 days including Christmas and ends newly years behind bars. Land the EE KO and assured that I didn't harm her. Sinai medical school in New York found evidence that suggests Smart watches can detect Kobe nineteen symptoms should people for a person isn't even aware sirens that date in the liberty early signs of an infection is inflammation. When that begins the body responds by slightly altering blood flow there which can be seen in changes to a person's heartbeat meaning in this study the pattern detected the virus at least a week before symptoms showed up.

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