AP reporter discusses new transcripts in Floyd case

The transcripts for body camera videos of officers in George Floyd’s death were made public Wednesday. Associated Press’ Amy Forliti, who has been covering the case since the beginning, says they provide more details of Floyd’s last moments. (July 7)

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Window into Texas virus surge: A widow’s death

COVID-19 hospitalizations in Texas have more than doubled in two weeks, and some city leaders warn health facilities could soon be overwhelmed. The Associated Press visited Houston’s United Memorial Medical Center to see the effect of the surge. (July 8)

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Hollowed out public health system faces more cuts

The U.S. public health system has been starved for decades and it lacks the resources to confront the worst health crisis in a century. An Associated Press- KHN investigation has found a skeletal workforce facing more possible county budget cuts. (July 1)

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Welcome to the Big Time | AP Top 25 Podcast | Associated Press

Even the successful athletes who compete at the highest levels of their sports have moments when the game seems a little big for them. Those welcome-to-the-big-time moments can either break a player or make that player even better in the long run. Former college football offensive linemen Aaron Taylor of Notre Dame, Cole Cubelic of Auburn and Geoff Schwartz of Oregon join Ralph Russo to talk about the humbling moments that made them better by teaching them that they had to step up their games _ somehow _ to make it in college football.

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AP writers: Race ‘at the center’ of 2020 election

Race and addressing systemic racism are at the forefront of the 2020 U.S. presidential election, according to Associated Press reporters who gathered for a talkback of top political concerns. (June 29)

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Who Should Make the College Football Hall of Fame? | AP Top 25 Podcast | Associated Press

So many good choices but you can only pick 13. AP college football poll voter Matt Brown from The Athletic and AP’s Ralph Russo pour through the dozens of former college football greats on this year’s Hall of Fame ballot. The goal: select a class of 13 players and two coaches to be inducted into the Hall next year. Heisman Trophy winner Carson Palmer seems like an obvious choice, but what about former Kentucky quarterback Tim Couch? Or Indiana’s sensational dual threat Antwan Randle El? Brown and Russo do their best at an impossible task.

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Voices of Protest: Desperation, Rage, Hope

The Associated Press spoke asked a cross-section of Americans why they’ve taken to the streets to decry the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and others killed by police. AP Video produced by Martha Irvine. (June 17)

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Mother calls for arrest of NJ trooper who killed son

A New York man fatally shot by a New Jersey state trooper last month during a traffic stop was treated worse than a dog, and the officer should be charged with murder, the man’s mother said Thursday in an interview with the Associated Press. (June 11)

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Tentative Steps to Safely Squeeze in a Season | AP Top 25 Podcast | Associated Press

Plans are being made to give college football teams a little extra time in the summer to get ready for the season. What will practices look like during a pandemic? And what types of standards will have to be set when it’s time for teams to start playing one another? Sports Illustrated’s Ross Dellenger joins AP’s Ralph Russo to talk about the latest steps being taken to play a football season while protecting players and coaches from COVID-19. Plus, what’s the significance of a statement? With their players watching and listening, coaches have been forced from their comfort zones to speak out against racial injustice.

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Yemen rebels suppress information on virus deaths

An investigation by the Associated Press found that the coronavirus is take a deadly toll on the war weary population of Yemen. The situation is exacerbated in the Houthi-controlled north where rebels have suppressed information about the virus. (June 9)

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How to Bring Athletes Back to Campus | AP Top 25 Podcast | Associated Press

The first steps toward having a college football season are being taken on campuses all over the country. Athletes are being allowed to return to their teams’ facilities for voluntary workouts throughout June. That means schools and specifically athletic departments are trying to execute detailed plans for testing, monitoring and educating athletes on how to get some prep work in for the season while staying safe during a pandemic. Baylor athletic director Mack Rhoades joins AP’s Ralph Russo to discuss the Bears’ plans to “on-board” football players, starting June 15. It covers a lot of ground and if it doesn’t go well, it could setback efforts to play ball come Labor Day weekend.

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Global Pandemic: Through the Eyes of Children

The Associated Press asked children across the globe to talk about their lives — and their future — amid the coronavirus pandemic. They expressed themselves in drawings, song, dance and even LEGO. AP Video produced by Martha Irvine. (May 27)

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Game on? Sorting Through Uncertain Times | AP Top 25 Podcast | Associated Press

The scheduled start of the college football season is four months away. With so much uncertainty, how can a fan and a reporter sift through all the noise and speculation to find relevant information and insight? It’s difficult. Max Olson, national college football writer from The Athletic, join AP’s Ralph Russo to talk about trying to make sense of it all. And they talk football. TCU has signed a five-star tailback who had some trouble in his senior year. Rutgers landed a quarterback transfer from Nebraska. Tennessee is cleaning up in recruiting. Jim Harbaugh has some big ideas.

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Pelosi defends $3T virus aid: Americans ‘worth it’

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi defended Democrats’ $3 trillion pandemic relief package Wednesday as what’s needed to confront the “villainous virus” and economic collapse. “The American people are worth it,” Pelosi told The Associated Press. (May 13)

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The Story of Miami 31, Nebraska 30 | AP Top 25 Podcast | Associated Press

The 1984 Orange Bowl was maybe the greatest college football game ever played. No. 1 Nebraska came in undefeated and trying to stamp itself as one the best teams of all time, but Miami pulled the upset in a thriller that launched the Hurricanes dynasty. AP’s Ralph Russo is joined by three guests to talk about what led up to that memorable night in South Florida and its aftermath. Former Miami Herald sportswriter Jim Martz provides the Hurricanes’ side of the story. Former Omaha World-Herald sports writer Lee Barfknecht gives the Huskers’ perspective. And ESPN’s Ivan Maisel provides some context to a game that signaled a shift in the balance of power in college football for years to come.

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ONLY ON AP Cuban ambassador on US embassy attack

ONLY ON AP Cuba’s ambassador to the United States has strongly condemed an attack on the country’s embassy in Washington. Ambassador Jose Cabanas called on the State Department to assist the investigation in an interview with the Associated Press. (May 1).

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The Recruiting Stars Shine at NFL Draft | AP Top 25 Podcast | Associated Press

The first night of the NFL draft went really well for the college football recruiting analysts. Most of the players selected in the first round were either four- or five-star recruits. Bud Elliott, recruiting analyst for 247 Sports, joins AP’s Ralph Russo to talk about how the inexact science of evaluating high school football players is improving. Plus, Miami continues to have a good number of players drafted and its recruiting rankings are pretty consistently better than the rest of their ACC Coastal Division rivals. Then why hasn’t the U. been able to turn that talent into consistent success on the field? Also, how will the extra-long recruiting dead period because of the coronavirus outbreak affect teams and players?

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Justin Amash Eyeing Third Party Presidential Run | Ground Game | Associated Press

The 2020 presidential race was shaping up to be a face-off between President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden. Now Rep. Justin Amash _ a former Republican-turned-independent _ has announced he’s eyeing a presidential run as a member of the Libertarian Party. Julie Pace sits down with AP Michigan reporter David Eggert who interviewed Amash earlier this week.
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Alan Sugar talks to The Associated Press about former club Tottenham

Former Tottenham chairman Alan Sugar talks to The Associated Press about the current ownership’s decisions during the coronavirus pandemic and the north London Premier League club’s shortage of silverware over the last 20 years

Kamala Harris: Trump Has ‘Abandoned’ His Role as President

Sen. Kamala Harris thinks that President Trump’s failure to respond quickly to the coronavirus has made the crisis worse, causing economic destruction and costing American lives.

“There is no question that that had we a president in charge who actually took their responsibility seriously, that we would probably be looking at a lot less damage than we have incurred,” she said in an interview with VICE News. “We watch every day of the number of people infected and the number of people who are dead. We are every day hearing and watching stories about body bags. So, look, the buck stops with the president.”

This week the U.S. took the global lead in both confirmed coronavirus cases as well as deaths, surpassing Italy, Spain, and possibly China, though data from China is thought to be unreliable. At the same time, 22 million have claimed unemployment benefits in the past three weeks, and retail sales have plummeted as wide sectors of the economy have shut down.

“The fact is that he has abandoned his role of leadership and meaning the role of the president of the United States,” she said. “He’s abandoned the role of the president of the United States.”

Then the California Democrat ticked off what she sees as failures of the Trump administration in its response to the pandemic, which has now claimed nearly 30,000 lives in the U.S.

“His failure to take this seriously, from the time of calling it a hoax, to getting rid of the Obama administration’s focus through the White House on pandemics, to him trivializing the issue including the importance of social distancing” has made the crisis in the United States worse than it needed to be, she said.

Harris spoke to VICE News through a video conference on Thursday to discuss legislation she has introduced to prioritize funding and tracking of racial health disparities from the pandemic. An Associated Press analysis of communities with racial impact data show that while African Americans made up 21% of the population studied, they accounted for 42% of the deaths to the coronavirus.

Harris, who dropped her own run for the White House earlier this year, is thought to be a potential vice presidential pick for presumed Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

In the interview, she accused the current White House of taking an ideological approach to fighting the virus, rather than using the best science and fact-based analysis..

“The thing about this moment and it also is a source, therefore, of frustration about who this president is and how he has been approaching this issue: this is science. These things just don’t lie. Science is based on empirical data. Science is based on peer review. Science is based on analysis, objective analysis.”

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COVID-19 Racial Disparities | Inside The Outbreak | Associated Press

A recent Associated Press analysis revealed that African Americans account for more than 40 percent of COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. where the race of victims has been made publicly known. Data from states, cities and counties show black people are a disproportionate share of the population dealing with the most dire consequences of the pandemic. In this episode of “Ground Game,” AP national race and ethnicity writer Aaron Morrison explains why this is so.

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Fauci: Virus determines when US can safely reopen

Dr. Anthony Fauci says the novel coronavirus is going to “determine when we really can safely reopen” the US. In an Associated Press interview, Fauci cautioned that he would not be surprised if a second wave from the virus occurred. (April 14)

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Fauci: Virus determines when US can safely reopen

Dr. Anthony Fauci says the novel coronavirus is going to “determine when we really can safely reopen” the US. In an Associated Press interview, Fauci cautioned that he would not be surprised if a second wave from the virus occurred. (April 14)

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