New York (WABC) — This edition of “Countdown” details the latest news about the “successful” counterterrorism operation the US has carried out against Al-Qaeda.
On Monday night, President Joe Biden confirmed the drone strike that killed al-Qaeda leader Ayman Zawahiri.
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New York City speed cameras operating 24/7 starting Monday
New York City currently has 2,000 automatic speed control machines operating 24 hours a day, including holidays.
Increase in sexual assault incidents
There’s fear in the streets of New York City, and it seems like it could be justified: the number of reported rapes this year is over 10%, according to the NYPD. This equates to 1,500 of his assaults reported since the beginning of the year through July 24. A former NYPD Chief of Detectives, he joined Robert Boyce to discuss the issue.
Fighting monkeypox outbreaks
Outbreaks of monkeypox continue to spread across the country, with New York City believed to be the epicenter. On Monday, the city doubled down on its decision to declare a public health emergency, with Mayor Eric Adams issuing an emergency executive order. Dr. Jay Varma answers some very important questions about the outbreak.
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Countdown: US carries out ‘successful’ Al-Qaeda attack. NYC speed cameras operate 24/7
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