The Rundown: Top headlines today: July 30, 2020

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: July 30, 2020
From. Why. Final goodbyes and funeral service for representative John Lewis and taking place Thursday closing and historic chapter grandparents. Me. Former president Barack Obama delivering the eulogy paying tribute to lewis' life and legacy. Us from the let me founding fathers. Buildup caller from. And two other former presidents George W. Bush and and Bill Clinton also attending the private funeral we live and a veteran help our country day hundreds of job Lewis can't move them from them. He hoped for and a madman and live and work and move forward. Is beloved community we always knew he worked on the site at DeAngelis. And now he gets what look good he pressed. Florida marking its third day of a record number of deaths from Kobe in nineteen jungle las box and we have mismanaged this virus. In a way that I think much of the world. Simply can't believe. In Minneapolis Minnesota indoor bars now shut down early young adults making up more than 50% of new cases each New York once the epicenter now dealing with a slight uptick in cases. Governor Andrew Cuomo says bars and restaurants not following color in nineteen restrictions continue to be cited. On Wall Street the Dow dropped more than 225. Points after the Commerce Department reported. The American economy contracted nearly 33%. Compared to a year ago it's slightly lower than economists were expecting but still the biggest decline since World War II the figure covers April may and June when much of the economy was shut down due to the pandemic and whether the recovery is as quick or robust as hoped depends on the virus which has surged in much of the country. The number of new layoffs is increasing one point four million people applied for unemployment benefits last week. Mother of army private Vanessa. For new ways to address reports of sexual harassment and assault in the military and a search for the twenty year old began in April her body found. On June 30 very near a lake the FBI and the DOJ announced. Got them is. And the people at Fort Hood where it took place a very much in. We we didn't want to have this swept under the rug which could happen political into the very powerfully. Her alleged killer took his own life as investigators closed in on him. Early morning alarm from mother nature this morning in Southern California people are on edge here in Los Angeles that can be woken up around more than thirty by a jolting four point two magnitude earthquake mode by a couple of significant aftershocks there doesn't seem to be any real damage or injuries. Zero. No relation. Firing into the sky from Cape Canaveral this morning of biggest most sophisticated Mars rover ever built is now on its way to the red planet NASA's perseverance launched into space. Aboard an atlas five rocket today it will take about seven wants to travel 300 million miles.

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