The Rundown: Top headlines today: July 2, 2020

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: July 2, 2020
From. As at least 36 states see as steady climb including nineteen cases president trump claims the US is making progress in the right direction Europe what is squarely. And they're getting under control we followed them. With this. Terrible China virus from. And there we are likewise getting on the controls but corona virus task force member doctor Anthony now Jean speaking within CDC today refuting that claim what. We've seen over the last several days this faces life in cases then oh well beyond the worst spikes that we seen. That is not good news we've got to get them under control room wolf we risk an even greater outbreak in the United States. Americans furloughed due to just shut down return to their jobs in June or found work last month the government reporting four point eight million jobs were added but another report shows last week. Nearly one and a half a million Americans filed for items. Lehman today's announcement proves that our economy is roaring back it's coming back extremely strong. This is the moment Fort Lauderdale city manager has called probably the body cam footage appearing to kill officers laughing. Celebrating. After shooting rubber bullets at protesters. This footage of the protests over George Lloyd's death from may 31. First obtained by the Miami Herald. Now leading to an investigation. And one of the moments an officer mistakenly believes his body cameras on standby mode and not recordings. The city's manager saying the footage quote paints an unflattering yet truthful depiction legal and chaos those officers were operating in. Pulling back the curtain new court filings reportedly revealed the strain Megan mark wasn't feeling well part of the royal family within her legal battle against the Daily Mail room Entertainment Tonight reports Markel -- quote unprotected. By the royal family while pregnant with her son Archie going on the claim that she was quote prohibited from defending herself against those tabloid claims marble ceiling in the Daily Mail for publishing portions of a letter to her father she and her husband Prince Harry has since given up their royal duties. The dramatic rescue after receiving plane crashed into Seattle's lake Washington. Video showing the aircraft slipping over the water about 200 feet from shore to people exiting the plane. Hijackers in the area in the public polling to safety in the cause of this crash is still under investigation through luckily enough there's enough other people there there where you know right on side. It's not a bird or a plane and did some wealth we don't now today we celebrate all those flying mysteries in the sky. With the twentieth anniversary of world US food and raising awareness of unidentified flying objects like this one released by an anemic. It's an attempt to encourage governments to declassify any information regarding UFO sightings throughout history just in case twenty pointing hasn't been eventful enough.

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