Mike Luciano, Sofi Stadium, Dean Kodiak discussed on Face the Nation

Automatic TRANSCRIPT

Is celebrating a $1 million jackpot win making him a four time lottery winner Mike Luciano had previously won $500,000 a year ago in 2021 3 million in 2016 and a $100,000 over two decades ago in 1999 However he says he is convinced that no one wins this many times without playing more than they should and warns others against attempting to duplicate the feat The Los Angeles Rams quest for their first Super Bowl championship in more than two decades comes Monday night The fourth seeded rams will take on the 5th seeded Arizona Cardinals in an NFC wildcard contest kick off at SoFi Stadium is tomorrow at 5 15 Pacific I'm dean kodiak And I'm susannah Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom New York City will likely get rain as a winter storm tracks close to the coast overnight tonight the combination of a nearly full moon and high winds blowing on shore will also raise the risk of coastal flooding in New York New Jersey and Long Island through tomorrow afternoon north and west of the city could get a couple of inches of snow New York police have charged 61 year old Simon Marshall with murder for allegedly pushing women from a subway platform into an oncoming train yesterday morning in the Times Square station This latest incident is coming on the heels of a string of shootings stabbings and shopping in the subway system With subway crime on the rise the transit workers union is now calling on mayor Eric Adams to take more action to protect both passengers and operators Targets top executives said U.S. consumers will drive less and consolidate their shopping into fewer trips This as they adjust to price ear gasoline and the highest inflation rate in almost four decades Target CEO Brian Cornell said today at a national retail federation event in New York that shoppers are also likely to eat more at home and seek cheaper generic brand goods in an effort to ease the blow from rising prices Federal agencies across the Biden administration are starting to punish employees who aren't in compliance with President Biden's COVID-19 vaccine mandate Bloomberg gave me Morris reports They started with education counseling and encouragement but now that the holidays are over and employees have had several weeks to come into compliance federal managers are shifting to more severe punishment Reports they'll start sending out letters this month notifying those employees that they're being briefly suspended but they say every agency so far has shown some improvement with several reaching 100% compliance Bloomberg's Amy Morris global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries.

Coming up next