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CBN News in a Minute: Today's Top Headlines – September 5

CBN News in a Minute: Today's Top Headlines – September 5 Read Transcript


[DRAMATIC MUSIC]

Today is Tuesday, September 5th.

And here is your CBN News Minute.

World leaders condemned North Korea after its biggest

ever nuclear test.

The stakes could not be higher.

The urgency is now.

BEN KENNEDY: No US military action appears imminent

as the US now calls for strong sanctions

against the communist regime.

Hurricane Irma could be on a collision course

with the United States as it heads straight

to the Caribbean, and could hit Florida by Saturday.

Congress is back in session today

and will focus on sending $7.9 billion in disaster relief

to Hurricane Harvey victims.

We didn't get flood insurance.

And we didn't need it for 20 years.

BEN KENNEDY: Dreamers are protesting President Trump's

plan to end the DACA program.

He just tweeted, "Congress, get ready to do your job."

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals

allow some 800,000 young immigrants to legally work

and study in the US.

To follow the president's decision, visit cbnnews.com.

It's there you can also stay on top of the latest headlines.

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