The Rundown: Top headlines today: July 9, 2020

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: July 9, 2020
For. New video shows long lines of people waiting to get tested in Phoenix Arizona. This state battling a staggering thirty form percent Raynham Haz activity. And the globe's highest rate of infection and we cannot review enough testing to keep up for economic problems are happening today there's a new executive order that will limit indoor in the dining. To less than 50%. Occupancy. The cases they Arab plus goes in Florida and South Carolina and growing faster than anywhere else in the world 56 hospitals in Florida has zero icu beds available according to an internal FEMA memo obtained by ABC news we dispatched. Hunter and contract nurses that we had under contracts. Down to Miami gave another hundred and in Tampa Bay Area. We went from shutting down its opening up in a way that is actually skeptical look boldly guideposts. That's not the way to go we got to rethink that and do it different. The Supreme Court ruling that a Manhattan prosecutor can have a look at presidents from the tax records but congress can't remember now Chief Justice John Roberts in the sending us your opinion was also very clear that no one is above the law. Writing code green in our judicial system and the public has a right to every man's evidence the earliest days of the republic from every man has included the president of the United States and we'll. But the justices giving presidents from but Chancery is further arguments in a local importance in. Political awareness. Like we're receiving corps is pure rich. Democrats on Capitol Hill also vowed to keep fighting. Communities are taking a little pieces one person is dead and two others hospitalized. After a tornado ripped through western Minnesota and all 25 reported tornadoes tore across port states from Colorado and Minnesota were also tracking tropical storm today forming just off the Carolinas. Heavy rains gusty winds and possible flooding from. Tomorrow. President trumps former lawyer and chicks are Michael Collins has been taking back into federal custody in after his early release to serve the remainder of his term at home because of the corona virus pandemic. His attorney says going objected to a gag order because. He has a book coming. I've never seen any language like this in my life that would strip. A person of their first amendment rights to communicate with the media. Daughters recently spotted at a restaurant every side of Manhattan but that did not appear to have any bearing on today's action because its formal home confinement agreement. It was not yet in place. If you want to satisfied act caffeine cravings Starbucks says you'll need a face mask. The company announced it will now require facial coverings in all 9000 of its company owned American stores. Starting July 15. That's regardless of local law office. Those who are unable or refused to Wear a mask will be able to order via curbside delivery or drive there and ask for Starbucks workers whom they've been wearing masks since April. Role.

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