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Fiery tanker crash caused a partial collapse the closure has had an impact on both local traffic and nationwide shipping I'm Jim Forbes Attorney General Merrick Garland is defending the integrity of the Justice Department amid accusations Hunter Biden was given preferential treatment in his taxing gun case Garland told reporters Trump -appointed US Attorney David Weese had complete authority on how to handle the case the president's son recently agreed to plead guilty to a pair of tax -related misdemeanors and avoid jail time a former IRS employee however told the House Ways and Means Committee the agency recommended additional felony tax charges against Biden but the DOJ slow walked the case Garland said he would support Weese testifying on the investigation when the time is appropriate legendary news anchor Tom Brokaw is opening up about his battle with incurable blood cancer Brian Shook has the very latest in an interview with CBS News set to air this weekend Brokaw talked about how he's battled the cancer for a decade adding that doctors didn't think he would make it to his current age of 83 he added that the disease forced him walk to away from NBC in 2021 a network he had worked for since 1966 Brokaw co -anchored The Today Show for five years in the late 1970s before anchoring NBC nightly news for over 20 years I'm Brian Shook a Texas man who spread conspiracy theories about the 2020 presidential election on the far -right internet platform Infowars is pleading guilty to his role in the January 6th Capitol riot Owen Schroyer never entered the building but he take did part in the protests near the top of the building steps and a new study says dark gray interiors add can $2 ,500 to the value price of your home Zillow surveyed more than 4 ,000 prospective home buyers across the US and asked them about the color preferences charcoal the highest gray in the study because buyers are embracing moody and dramatic tones I'm warps now this Bloomberg sports update tough times for right both now the Yankees and Mets they've both lost 7 out of 10 we'll start in the Bronx Texas in town for a three -game series they win it four to two in ten innings thanks to Adelisa Garcia 60 RBI's on the season for him now that's the most in Major League Baseball he had a two -run blast off Michael King who took the loss now one and four on the year Yankees find themselves ten and a half back of the Rays who won in third they're place game two will be Saturday at 405 John Gray goes to work for the Rangers against Luis Severino Mets they drop one five to one down in Philadelphia nice win for Taiwan Walker a quality start six innings one run allowed five strikeouts putting together an all -star type caliber season is he's eight and three this year you won't code I'd sing of the Mets starter took the loss now six and five Brandon Nimmo his eighth home run came in a losing effort balls falling left and right in the places at the Mets weren't including a routine pop -up it looked like but it fell between Francisco Lindor and Tommy fam you knew it wasn't gonna be their night that's her 14 back of Atlanta who had their winning streak snapped in Cincinnati to the hottest team in baseball the Reds have won 12 in a row the rookie Elliott De La Cruz hit for the cycle first time it's happened since 1989 that was Eric Davis who did it for the Red Lakes Mets Phillies and up play game to Saturday 405 Christopher Sanchez entertaining the Mets Max golf the Travelers Championship from Connecticut it's Keegan Bradley and Denny McCarthy atop their leaderboard at 15 under they hold a two -stroke lead Rory McIlroy is seven back Scottie Scheffler's eight back Masters champ Rahm John missed the cut US men's soccer news Weston McKinney along with Sergio Dest they received suspensions for their red cards they got in the win over Mexico in the WNBA the New York Liberty nine three pointers down the Atlanta dream 110 to 80 with your Bloomberg Sports update I'm Rob Bushka this is a Bloomberg Money Minute the pandemic brought dating to a standstill now one of the says sales of engagement rings are slowing Bloomberg reporter Jeanette Newman signet says it's seen now currently a drop in the number of engagements because three years ago we were not dating the company sales that owns schedulers and other retail stores has long counted on a three -year cycle from when couples start to date to when they get engaged sales for engagement and wedding jewelry make up about half of its revenue right so they really have to be on top of what's going on signet caught investors by surprise recently when it lowered its forecast consumers were already cautious couples that are getting engaged are buying less expensive rings and the so -called affordable luxury shopper has finally started to pull back they buy jewelry according to signet that costs between one thousand to three thousand dollars bloomberg's newman says that despite the downbeat outlook the owner of jared's and blue nile expects to perform better than the overall jewelry market in the u s gina cervetti bloomberg radio this is bloomberg business week insight from the reporters and editors who bring you america's most trusted business magazine plus global business finance and tech news as it happens bloomberg business week with carol master and tim stanovec on bloomberg radio carol are master here along with matt miller who's filling in for tim stanovec plenty ahead in our second hour of the weekend edition of bloomberg business week we're all in on ai artificial intelligence the former ceo snowflake tells us why he's very optimistic about ai and who's poised to cash in on all that data being used to generate endless amounts of content also to make it smarter plus we'll explain what sparked a revolt among users of the social media platform reddit and the ceo of sound exchange on ai's impact on the music business and its creative first artists up this hour it's a one trillion dollar market cap company just one of nine companies to get there a move that launched it into today's alpha pack of silicon valley and while

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