The Rundown: Top headlines today: March 24, 2020

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: March 24, 2020
Capitol Hill brings you closer to scoring a touchdown on a trillion dollar stimulus package for coping nineteen really well last night. That's what we're on the five yard line. Right now we were wrong to its people and what America will remember what have you heard it will record. We'll who doesn't shut. I remember right. Democrats still pushing for greater accountability on corporate bailout money you need additional protections for families health care workers and hospitals and the optimism resonating on Wall Street stocks surging on hopes of an economic relief plan more than 2000 points its biggest point gain in Hamburg residents are now pushing to get Americans and back to work like Easter he even though the World Health Organization says America could become the new data center and Kobe nineteen pandemic. Teams in Iraq and celebrate. And here these countries not supposed to really counts it's not deliberately turned to shut down. More than from what you ain't instituting borders to close nonessential businesses in Houston Miami New Jersey and long lines of people waiting to be tested for. Please Molina seek. But test if you have symptoms from New York continue to be America's government standards the governor also pleading with government officials to release 40000 panel later Carolina national stockpile. Dreamers we're sending 400 the later. When I mean 30000. You can take that 26000. People who'll going to die because you only send 400 randomly. The International Olympic Committee has been postponed this summer's Tokyo games for a year at least the IOC is acting on the recommendation of Japanese prime minister sheen's all other series finale of America's great playwrights has died of complications from corona virus it now it was a lung cancer survivor who live with chronic inflammatory lung disease he was 81 years old. And.

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