The Rundown: Top headlines today: Jan. 26, 2021

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: Jan. 26, 2021
For a. In Alabama cleanup is beginning following a deadly tornado that ripped through an area near Birmingham one person was killed and at least thirty others injured when fatality was a teenager who was sheltering in his basement with his family when that twister blew a tree right onto their home. The tornado carved a ten mile long path of destruction of internal part numerous buildings including Hampton inn hotel leaving guests are applied only. Beginning at god. There you know in the bathroom will visit with something shaking all bad Ukraine early years yeah she does say keep everything days and flights going job. Cold weather services according to preliminary findings a tornado. Was at least that he effort to with a 135. Miles per hour winds we met Britney vines who wrote out the storm with her two month old daughter Hallie and other relatives in a battle time. Got them where is about knowing nods and ineffectiveness or. Plus there was that we're back away from just down the street Michael Holloway survived in his own way we're leaving his regular guys I don't. I got into the small oval ball soccer. They're not party. The severe weather want to Sobel storms hitting the country this week and separate system to blame for this pileup on I 25 in Colorado it's six people were hurt. Today an apology from the acting chief of the capitol police acting she's you can under the didn't and told congress the capitol police department should have been more prepared for the January 6 attack. Pittman said quote. Let me be clear the department should have been more prepared for this attack. Added we knew that there was a strong potential for violence and the congress was the target. Pittman also confirmed the capitol police board rejected a request from the former police chief has put National Guard troops. Early legal blow to president Biden's immigration plans a federal judge in Texas today. Who temporarily blocked a 100 day in the car on deportations. That took effect on Friday the judge. He trumped up appointee from issued a restraining order that blocks a policy nationwide for fourteen days following a legal challenge. I Texas mr. Biden had promised some from the to the cosmos deportations for a hundred days during his campaign. His administration is expected to them she'll rule. Senator Patrick Leahy has been hospitalized out of an abundance of caution from the spokesman said on an eighty year old wasn't feeling well as the longest serving democratic senator he was expected to preside over former president crops and upcoming impeachment trial if the senator from Vermont is unable to carry out his duties include senators Dianne Feinstein is technically in the next most senior Democrats. Tonight senator Leahy is under observation at a local hospital. Folks along the East Coast are facing widespread Internet outages they service disruptions in Washington DC to Boston were first reported around 11 o'clock this morning after that's Verizon recently cut its fiber in Brooklyn divided Donald and that touched off the multistate outages. No other Internet service provider has been more than a network issue. Regional impact it includes key US government services and major financial institutions are. Utility crews are still working to restore all service.

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