The Rundown: Top headlines today: Jan. 22, 2021

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: Jan. 22, 2021
From from from from. President biting taking aim and of the pandemic 400000. Americans to die. That's more have died in the all over the World War II in the nation tries to rein in appalling vaccine will out. With the dwindling vaccine supply this ABC now telling people there is some flexibility when a second dose can't be given on time. Who was saying you could probably do would six weeks later namely two additional weeks. Quite frankly you know logically I don't think that's gonna make a big difference and tonight the CDC also saying an exceptional situations and the same brand new vaccine isn't available for a second dose means better to switch brands convinced him that second dose. In New York City the mayor asking the federal government for permission to use second doses as first doses and it's gone faster and faster there's just no supply to keep up. Today to wit says taking down an account claiming to be Iran's Ayatollah Khomeini on retreats to graphic of former president trump and gold thing and being threatened with a drone strike. Twitter sent the account was faced with the image from the tweet is now displayed on the Ayatollah his English language website. Manes turning official account remains on line puts it has been criticized reductions abandoned on constant. A friend found the former president's Twitter account. They left the Iranian supreme leader is alone when he Rickie Lee threatens Israel and spreads covic misinformation. We're tracking a major cold glass stretching from the midwest all the way to the northeast as we head into Saturday morning wind chills will be below zero from Minneapolis to Green Bay it will feel like that teens even in the northeast to major cities near city doesn't eighteen to fourteen in Boston in the meantime we're tracking several storm systems coming across the country the first one in the west tonight. It's free of heavy mountain snow from the Sierras of the Rockies and San Francisco to Los Angeles getting on some rain and they really needed after the fires earlier this week. That system makes his way into the upper midwest by Saturday night what some heavy snow three to six inches possible from Omaha to Minneapolis and a second storm. Hi Natalie is across the country as we head into early next meet. By Monday night at. Heavy snows block stretch from Chicago all lanes in the northeast including DC at him feeling weird city of Boston that's Monday into Tuesday so heavy snow on the way potentially early next. And the jackpot and the mega million hits a staggering one billion dollars. Three nights remain on this tiny Maryland town from where once he gets is now worth over 731. Million dollars. Allowing them to call at 7 o'clock. A lot of fold our store that sold the winning modern. Tiny mining town of 300 families is buzzing. Locals say everyone knows and works out for each other nobody knows who won the jackpot yes and may never know what Maryland is one of seven states where winners can choose to stay anonymous. We learning the details about the new vice president's eye catching wardrobe during the inaugural event. All designed by of incoming flight fashion designers. People all over social media is using expressions like she slaying. She always constant way did you read comics and let it feel like you. And yeah. And is one of three black designers who gave a shine to the new vice. President this week I think Condit memorial Harris paid her respects and it coast designs nice Kirby Jean Raymond higher moss. And at the historic swearing in ceremony that purple ensemble. Christopher John Rogers yeah. He. Beat me yeah. Bermuda delighted to estimate. The an arm and it is.

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