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MTP NOW Feb. 3 — Chinese spy balloon continues over U.S.; Jobs report; Rep. Gregory Meeks

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A Chinese spy balloon continues over the United States amid growing tensions between the nations. The Labor Department announced 517,000 jobs were added to the economy in January, crushing expectations.