Tony Pann, Robert Lang, Israel discussed on The C4 Show

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The power back on this neighborhood added the storm snap trees fell on power lines but then snapped power poles last couple of hours bg has been working to address problems with its website and says the outage numbers shown on that site may not be accurate right now that site says just under thirty thousand customers remained without power hundreds of new jobs coming to baltimore county the baltimore business journal reporting that bank of america plans to add six hundred jobs at its call centre ian hunter valley they will be added over the next two years and bring the number of employees there to more than fifteen hundred president trump hosting israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu at the white house this afternoon the us plans to open a new embassy injuries lim this spring netanyahu praising club recognition of jerusalem is the capital of israel calling it an historic decision but the move is being condemned by much of the muslim world and some other key us allies if you didn't wash the oscars last night you had a lotta company to los angeles times reports the ratings were down sixteen percent from last year and may have hit an alltime low this time around the national ratings the final ones won't be released until later today the times says people had so many other choices and yours may have shied away from this year's broadcast because sometimes it was more about the politics than about the move i'm robert lang wbal 24hour broadcast center thousands remained without power from the weekend nor'easter phil yacuboski will of latest on that this afternoon we're facing another nor'easter for the midweek meteorolgist taylor grunted and tony pann tracking that we also have reaction to a new crime dillon annapolis and tell you about a unique weight of feed the hungry during stacy lyn may today at three on wbal news now wall street up nicely through the midday the dow is up one hundred seventy three points the sp up almost twenty the nasdaq up more than fifty one and oil prices up more than two percent now back under fits sixty three dollars a barrel at twelve thirty two i'm bill vanko on wbal newsradio 1090 radio time magazine traffic and weather this report.

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