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us. today we covered covid-19 surges possibly for the winter, graduation r tonight, the dramatic moments in the kyle rittenhouse trial now about to go to the jury. in closing arguments, prosecutors describing kyle rittenhouse as an active shooter, pointing to drone video the night of the shooting that they say shows rittenhouse putting down a fire extinguisher and raising his ar-15. arguing rittenhouse provoked the shootings by raising his gun and threatening others, saying there's no self-defense against a danger you create. but the defense tonight arguing it was self-defense, claiming rittenhouse feared for his life. and the judge in the case making news again today when he suddenly asks jurors to leave the room. terry more ran is there. a hard fought victory for president biden, signing his $1 trillion bipartisan inf infrastructure bill. hundreds of thousands of jobs building bridges, roads, bringing internet broadband to
the rest of america. the republicans who joined him today. a much-needed victory amid dismal new approval numbers for the president. news on the pandemic tonight. what dr. fauci said today about thanksgiving and your family gathering. and new york's governor new york city's mayor tonight now joining authorities from new mexico, colorado and california, all now calling on adults 18 and older to get the booster shot. even before official word from the fda and the cdc. also tonight, the major news involving the flu. the pocket of new cases, hundreds of them. the sudden spike that has authorities concerned tonight. breaking late today, the shooting near a high school in aurora, colorado. six teens shot and wounded. the victims between 14 and 18. steve bannon surrendering to authorities today, for refusing to comply with a subpoena investigating the january 6th capitol riot. bannon saying on his podcast the day before those attacks, "all hell is going to break loose tomorrow." in the uk at this hour, they
have just raised the terror alert to severe. the second highest level, after a car explosion outside a hospital. warning another attack is highly likely. the images coming in now. the control ded explosion elsewhere. back here at home tonight, the small plane crash in tampa. the escape as the plane goes under water. and we've learned tonight, astronauts on board the international space station suddenly in lifeboats, concerned about debris hurtling their way. good evening and it's great to start another week with all of you at home. the president and that bipartisan victory in a moment. inf infrastructure, building bridges, roads, internet, hundreds of thousands of jobs. but we are going to begin tonight with the breaking news. closing arguments in the trial of kyle rittenhouse. the jury will soon get this
case. rittenhouse accused in the killing of two people and wounding a third during police protests in kenosha, after the police shooting of jacob blake. rittenhouse facing five charges including reckless homicide and intentional homicide. today, the prosecutor attacking rittenhouse's claim of self-defense, pointing to that drone video from the night of the shooting, arguing rittenhouse put down a fire extinguisher and raised his ar-15, saying rittenhouse was creating a provocation, arguing there is no self-defense against a danger you create. the defense attorney doubling down, though, arguing this was self-defense, saying, quote, every person who was shot was attacking kyle. the jury is about to get this case. the judge reading them instructions today when he suddenly asked jurors to leave the courtroom. abc senior national correspondent terry moran leading us off from kenosha tonight. >> reporter: in his closing argument, prosecutor thomas binger using drone video from the night of the shootings to highlight what he says was the critical moment on that fatal night. kyle rittenhouse, out in the
crowd of protesters, putting down a fire extinguisher and raising his ar-15 rifle. >> your not allowed to run around and point your gun at people. this is what starts this incident. you cannot claim self-defense against a danger you create. >> reporter: it was rittenhouse who was the real threat, binger argued, mocking the defense claim that the teenager was acting in self-defense. >> the crowd has the right to try and stop an active shooter. they have a right to protect themselves. the defendant is not the only one in the world who has the right to self-defense. >> reporter: defense lawyer, mark richards, firing back, showing how the crowd chased rittenhouse and attacked him after the first shooting. >> kyle was not an active shooter. that is a buzz word that the state wants to lash onto. whenever kyle was there, he reacted to people attacking him. >> reporter: and rittenhouse's lawyer also went off the
protesters, showing how downdown kenosha was engulfed in flames, and saying his client had a right to protect himself. >> they had to charge the white supremacist who isn't a white supremacist. every person who is shot was attacking kyle. >> terry moran joins us tonight from kenosha and terry, the judge making news today while giving those instructions to the jury earlier in the day? >> reporter: that's right, david. he sent the jurors out of the room in the middle of jury instructions. he thought he might have confused them with something he said. he cleaned it up, but then he dealt the prosecutors a blow, dismissing the gun charge in ths case, unlawful possession of a weapon by a minor. the prosecutors went on. the jury is going to get this case tomorrow morning. they are not sequestered and this city bracing for the verdict. david? >> terry moran leading us off tonight. terry, thank you. we turn now to american jobs and a very rare sight in washington today, a bipartisan bill signed into law, republicans joining the
president at the white house as he signed that $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill into law. what economists say is the most significant investment in roads, airports, power lines, high speed internet in a generation. and the president said because of this infrastructure investment, in the next year, the u.s. will finally be spending more on infrastructure than china. here's abc's cecilia vega tonight. >> reporter: at the white house today, surrounded by lawmakers from both parties, president biden signing that massive infrastructure bill, a key piece of his economic agenda and now a campaign promise fulfilled. >> my message to the american people is this -- america is moving again and your life is going to change for the better. >> reporter: it is a much needed win in the face of polls that show his approval sinking. today, the president saying he's focused on what americans are talking about at the dinner table and showing the country is catching up to other nations.
>> now, according to the world economic forum, we rank 13th in the world. well, that's about to change. things are going to turn around in a big way. because of this law, next year will be the first year in 20 years american infrastructure investment will grow faster than china's. we'll once again have the best roads, bridges, ports and airports over the next decade. >> reporter: the massive $1.2 trillion plan sets aside $110 billion to repair aging highways and bridges, $39 billion for public transportation, $65 billion for high speed internet. the president describing families struggling to find access. >> no parent should have to sit in a parking lot in a fast food restaurant again, just so a child can use the internet to do their homework. that's over. >> reporter: 32 republicans voted for the plan. ohio senator rob portman, a lead negotiator. >> this is what can happen when republicans and democrats decide we're going to work together to get something done.
>> reporter: on the other side, moderate kyrsten sinema of arizona. >> this is what it looks like when elected leaders set aside differences, shut out the noise and focus on delivering results on the issues that matter most to every day americans. >> reporter: for some americans, the impact will be felt immediately. new yorkers won't see a subway fare increase or service cuts. kentucky and ohio hoping for much needed repairs on the brent spence bridge. and in louisiana, this bridge in desperate need of a fix. but the white house acknowledging many projects will take time. when will americans start to see this in their communities in a very real way? >> well, there are some onents see rather quickly and some that will take a little bit more time. this is not designed to be a stimulus bill. this is designed to be something that is spent out over time. >> that is the key question, cecilia. how soon do we see it? cecilia with us live from the white house. we were on the air this afternoon for this bill signing into law and you were saying the
president knows this, the white house knows this, this victory was needed, especially given these new poll numbers this dismal approval rating for the president. >> reporter: david, 42%, he is currently under water as we speak. the president, the white house, democrats all know that he needs to now get out there and convince americans that this inf infrastructure plan will dire directly benefit them and their families. so, he is going to take this sales pitch on the road, he starts in new hampshire tomorrow, where he will be visiting a crumbling bridge. he will later in the week go to michigan, where he will be talking about electric vehicles. two key battleground states. >> cecilia vega with us tonight. thank you, cecilia. and we should note you heard the president there compare our inf infrastructure spending to china's. well, president biden tonight holding a virtual meeting with chine esesidt xi jinping. the two leaders planning to talk about managing the growing competition between the two countries. now, to the pandemic tonight and to the surge in cases, with the colder weather now here.
more americans, of course, inside and just as the holidays approach. tonight, new cases are up 23% across the country. today, what dr. anthony fauci said about thanksgiving and upcoming family gatherings. and we are tracking something else here. a pocket of flu cases, hundreds of them, that authorities are now tracking with growing concern tonight. here's stephanie ramos. >> reporter: despite signs of a winter covid surge, health experts say vaccinated americans can gather for traditional holidays. >> if you get vaccinated and your family's vaccinated, you can feel good about enjoying a typical thanksgiving, christmas with your family and close friends. >> reporter: since the end of october, new covid cases are up 23% across the country and up 22% among children. and there's now a growing push to expand booster shots to all adults ahead of an official decision from the fda. new yorku
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know from cab 7, love breaki nngews. >> thankfos r joini ungs. e thbreaking news datoy out of the et asbay where we are hearing veseral childn rehave been givenhe t wrong de osof covid ccvaine. t>>he childn regot the uladt sadoge and j. .rstone isiv le in e newsroom with atwh we learned. bokone o of the familsie fected rcheaed out tmeo late last nig.ht have an eit-ghyear-oldnd a 11ea-yr-old ani d am tolbod th receediv incorrect amounts of e thvaccine. their thmoer tells me they received doublthe e amounthe ty oushld have and are skic today. the osfrom sutr tehealth cfionrm 14at pients at theirnt aioch pediriatc vaccincle inic on sardtuay reiecved vaccesin with incoecrrt amounts. this happened at the sutter geurnt care facility on lonetree way. the mother i talked with said r kids weer the first two to t getheir pzefir shots on turday. the chair of sutter alheth vicod-19 vaccine task for acend pea diatrician says as soon as
we leaedrn of this, we contacdte th pearents a anddvised theofm cdc guincdae in this siattuion. heen wt on to say the safety of oupar tients is our top priotyri. we immediate rlyeviewedur o processes toel hp make sure this es not hpeapn agn.ai he said accordingo t the cdc patitsen who received incorrect amounts may receive arm soressne, fatigu heeadache or thieveryn iresponseo t the goat -- the de osgiven. it is alex with p aeter fro--m doa ctor from pet--e from ucsf. they did say theo t theid ks haveee bnes tted withig hher amounts in the long-term effects rewe found ican se studies. just some sideff eects. >> headache, musecl ach,es fever. fever sinome secas. they should go awainy a day or o. i would say holtid ght. d annot worrtoy o much. >> i d rideach out to sutter to ask howuc mh these 14