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Elon Musk has criticized Apple for years. Apple has mostly ignored him

Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

00:58 sec | 5 hrs ago

Elon Musk has criticized Apple for years. Apple has mostly ignored him

". A stand off between churches CEO Elon Musk and his apple counterpart Tim Cook has been eased after the two man mass at the iPhone makers headquarters. A few hours after the meeting Musk said the two had a good conversation and resolved a misunderstanding about Twitter being potentially removed from the App Store, tensions had grown after Musk criticized the iPhone maker for reducing its advertising spend on Twitter following the contentious billionaire taking ownership of the social network. Good stuff. So those are a few of our top stories this morning. And some interesting meetings happening. So Emmanuel Macron is going to meet Joe Biden and the entire red carpet is going to be rolled out for Macron and his wife Brigitte. They the U.S. is hosting basically a state dinner extremely lavish at the same time you've got Charles Michelle go to Beijing to meet the Chinese president. Xi Jinping, I think some very, very interesting

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House votes to avert rail strike, impose deal on unions

AP News Radio

01:30 min | 6 hrs ago

House votes to avert rail strike, impose deal on unions

"Congress is attempting to head off a national rail strike. I'm Ben Thomas with the latest. Members from both parties are pushing for it. Michelle fischbach, Republican of Minnesota. Our country's economy can't handle a strike that reports would say would cost $2 billion a day. Democrat Jim mcgovern of Massachusetts. Commuter rails that carry tens of thousands of people to work each day would no longer run. There will be shortages of nearly every kind of food in our grocery stores. The result, the a's are two 90, the nays are one 37, the joint resolution is passed. The bill would bind rail companies and workers to a deal brokered by the Biden administration in September, but voted down by four of the 12 unions involved, representing roughly 115,000 employees. The unions have threatened to strike if an agreement can't be reached before a December 9th deadline. Democrats aligned with labor have criticized Biden's move to intervene and House speaker Nancy Pelosi responded by adding a second vote, adding 7 days per year of paid sick leave for rail workers, a key issue. That measure passed by a much narrower margin two 21 to two O 7 with Republicans overwhelmingly opposed. It now goes to the Senate and White House press secretary karine Jean Pierre says a bill averting a rail strike needs to reach his death by this weekend. As for that second Bill, he does not support any bill or amendment that will delay getting this bill to his desk by this Saturday. Ben Thomas, Washington.

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GOP senators threaten to delay major military bill over Covid vaccine mandate

BTV Simulcast

01:02 min | 6 hrs ago

GOP senators threaten to delay major military bill over Covid vaccine mandate

"Are warning they will delay Senate consideration for a military policy bill if a vote on ending a COVID vaccine mandate for service members doesn't happen. Senator Rand Paul talked about the mandate and what's missing. The mandate ignores naturally acquired immunity. 80% of our young military recruits have had COVID. South Carolina's Lindsey Graham said it's insane to drive men and women out of the service when recruitment is declining. The Justice Department is working to handle the water issues in Jackson, Mississippi, the DoJ filed a federal complaint against the city alleging it failed to provide reliable drinking water to residents. Bill Clinton is testing positive for COVID-19. The former president took to Twitter to share the news and noted that while he's experiencing mild symptoms, he's doing fine overall. He also urged Americans to get vaccinated and boosted. I'm Brian shook. Hey, dad. Your prescription will be ready in just a minute. Hey

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Jeffrey Epstein's estate agrees to pay the Virgin Islands more than $105 million to settle civil suit

BTV Simulcast

00:27 sec | 7 hrs ago

Jeffrey Epstein's estate agrees to pay the Virgin Islands more than $105 million to settle civil suit

"Estate of Jeffrey Epstein is agreeing to pay the U.S. Virgin Islands over $105 million as part of a settlement stemming from a lawsuit alleging he used the location as a base for his sex trafficking operation the settlement comes three years after the suit was filed. I'm Brian shook. The San Francisco police department is now allowed to kill suspects with robots, Daniel martindale has more

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U.S. economy was stronger in third quarter than initially thought

BTV Simulcast

00:42 sec | 7 hrs ago

U.S. economy was stronger in third quarter than initially thought

", the NASDAQ climbed four 84. The economy was stronger than originally thought during the third quarter. The government revised its gross domestic product figure to show a 2.9% growth rate up from 2.6. In a sign that higher interest rates may be starting to slow the economy, the number of U.S. job openings fell last month to 10.3 million. The government says there are still nearly two jobs for every unemployed worker. The national labor relations board says Starbucks violated labor law when it refused to bargain with unionizing workers in Seattle. The agency ordered the coffee chain to negotiate with Starbucks workers united, Larry kofsky, Bloomberg

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Christine McVie, Fleetwood Mac singer-songwriter, dies at 79

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 9 hrs ago

Christine McVie, Fleetwood Mac singer-songwriter, dies at 79

". It is 8 40 now and Fleetwood Mac has lost one of its longtime members, singer, songwriter Christine McVie has died at 79. Born in England in 1943, Christine perfect was a session keyboardist in vocalist on Fleetwood Mac's second album before marrying bass player John mcvie and joining the band in 1970. In 1975, their self titled tenth album went global thanks to the addition of guitarist Lindsey Buckingham and then girlfriend Stevie Nicks, the breakout rockstar who wrote and sang landslide and Rhiannon.

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Fed will slow down pace of interest-rate hikes, Powell says

Mark Levin

01:16 min | 11 hrs ago

Fed will slow down pace of interest-rate hikes, Powell says

"Down. But the fed chair says the Central Bank could scale back the pace of interest rate hikes. They've been raised 6 times since March still Powell cautions at the fight against inflation is far from over and key questions remain unanswered, including how high rates will ultimately need to go and for how long. No one laden W ABC News. The MTA is considering a fair hike for New York City subways and buses, according to a state audit, the MTA is looking at a deficit of $1.6 billion after ridership dropped because the pandemic, many New Yorkers are unhappy. But we're not getting the services that we really need. It's just out of control. A lot of us depend on the subways to no matter what they charge as we're going to have to pay it. State controller says the MTA would need to raise fares to offset the gap by 28% from $2 75 cents to $3 50 per swipe MPA CEO general lieber is proposing a much smaller 5% hike, which would increase fares by about 15 cents. Coming to hoku has vetoed bipartisan legislation which aims to battle the deadly fentanyl crisis in the U.S., the post reporting would create a 16 member fentanyl abuse and overdose prevention task force to consult with experts reports indicate locals holding back on pushing the bill forward

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4 lion cubs saved from war in Ukraine arrive at US sanctuary

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 12 hrs ago

4 lion cubs saved from war in Ukraine arrive at US sanctuary

"Lion cubs save from war in Ukraine are now in the United States. I'm Lisa dwyer. That's the sound of four lion cubs rescued from Ukraine playing. The international fund for animal welfare says they were born at the Ukrainian breeding facilities during the war and then orphaned at only a few weeks old. It's the final step in an arduous journey after they survived sporadic bombings and drone attacks. One veterinarian who has been with the cubs since their time in Ukraine says on nights when the power went out, he used as arms and legs to warm their milk bottles. They are not on display at the wildcat sanctuary in sandstone, north of Minneapolis, but the sanctuary does offer virtual tours on its website and Facebook page. I'm Lisa dwyer

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Stewart Rhodes, Oath Keepers founder, found guilty of seditious conspiracy. What that means

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 12 hrs ago

Stewart Rhodes, Oath Keepers founder, found guilty of seditious conspiracy. What that means

"The seditious conspiracy convictions of oath keepers founder Stewart Rhodes and another group leader may embolden investigators to build cases against other major players in the capitol riot. Attorney general Merrick Garland praised the work of prosecutors. As a verdict of this case makes clear. The department will work tirelessly to hold accountable those responsible for crimes related to the attack on our democracy on January 6th, 2021. Democrats are calling for chargers to be brought against former president Trump.

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Private hiring increased by just 127,000 jobs in November, well below estimate, ADP reports

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:48 sec | 12 hrs ago

Private hiring increased by just 127,000 jobs in November, well below estimate, ADP reports

"By 484, the S&P up by 122, hiring slowed down in November, private payroll tracker ADP reports that businesses added 127,000 jobs last month down from 239,000 in October and well below estimates, construction and mortgage lending was heavily impacted by rising interest rates, economists are expecting to gain of 200,000 jobs in the November employment report do this Friday. Mortgage rates continue to trend lower after peaking above 7% in October, the mortgage bankers association reports that the 30 year fixed rate fell 18 basis points from the previous week to 6.49%, although that's still more than double the year ago rate. On the money watch, Jason Brooks, kcbs. Is there something really absurd that schemes you out? Getting a

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 Severe weather updates: 30 tornadoes rip through South, leaving 2 dead

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:39 sec | 13 hrs ago

Severe weather updates: 30 tornadoes rip through South, leaving 2 dead

"His remarks follow several convictions yesterday, but Homeland Security also put out a terror threat warning today of more possible violence as Congress certifies midterm election results in January. The national weather service says severe weather caused dozens of tornadoes that ripped through the Deep South from Louisiana to Georgia. People are cleaning up today in Alabama. We had neighbors and first responders like knocking on our door, checking if we were okay and stuff, so very grateful that everybody was okay. But the storms are being blamed for at least two deaths in Montgomery. I want to be with you

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Taliban: 10 killed in bombing of Afghan religious school

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 15 hrs ago

Taliban: 10 killed in bombing of Afghan religious school

"A Taliban official says that at least ten students have been killed when a bomb blast hit a religious school in northern Afghanistan. A spokesman for the interior ministry says that several others were wounded in the blast at the madrasa at a back. The capital of the northern samangan province. A residence says most of the students in the school were young boys. Video distributed by the Taliban to the media showed the blast site, a whole littered with debris, mats and shoes, with bodies and blood stains on the floor. There has been no immediate claim of responsibility, but the Afghan affiliate of the Islamic State group has been waiting a campaign of violence that has escalated since the Taliban took power in August 2021. I'm Charles De Ledesma

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French President Emmanuel Macron arrives, meets with Kamala Harris ahead of state dinner

Balance of Power

00:56 sec | 17 hrs ago

French President Emmanuel Macron arrives, meets with Kamala Harris ahead of state dinner

". Thank you, David well, Francis president Emmanuel Macron is now in the U.S. for the first White House state visit in more than three years. Thursday's dinner hosted by President Biden will celebrate the oldest U.S. alliance. It will be preceded by meetings with U.S. lawmakers and a NASA. Still Macron is unhappy with the U.S. over several trade and defense issues. NATO is being urged to send main battle tanks to Ukraine as soon as possible. Lithuania's foreign minister told Bloomberg that Ukrainian forces could use them to reverse the military situation while the ground is frozen. NATO foreign ministers are meeting in Bucharest. Billionaire lorene Powell jobs won't rule out a run for public office, but for now she's happy with philanthropy. The day she appeared on the David Rubenstein show peer to peer conversations. To stop doing what I'm doing for a different way, realm of service would require

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These Republicans say they won't vote for McCarthy to be House speaker

Bloomberg Markets

00:49 sec | 18 hrs ago

These Republicans say they won't vote for McCarthy to be House speaker

"Of developing bioweapons in Ukraine is troubling. House Democrats have unanimously elected Hakeem Jeffries to be minority leader next year. The first black lawmaker to be elected to a top congressional leadership post. The house will vote next week on the same sex marriage bill passed by the Senate yesterday, Maine senator Susan Collins is one of a dozen Republicans who joined with Democrats in approving the respect for marriage act. We have taken steps to advance the cause of marriage equality for same sex couples and for interracial couples. Main senator Susan Collins tells the globe that the 1996 defense of marriage act needed to be repealed. The flu is sending more children to the hospital than it has in more than a decade, public health officials have been warning of a triple demic with flu

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North Carolina man charged with rape in Maryland more than 40 years later

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 20 hrs ago

North Carolina man charged with rape in Maryland more than 40 years later

"Rapist who was released from prison just two years ago has been arrested again for two attacks police say happened in Montgomery county more than 40 years ago. Marion Edward Pearson junior got out of prison in 2020 after serving 22 years for a series of rapes in North Carolina where he now lives now Montgomery county police say cold case investigators have linked him to two attacks on women in Silver Spring that happened in April and June of 1981 when Pearson lived in prince George's county, the new charges against Pearson, who's now 65 include rape, attempted rape, false imprisonment, and robbery, and because he has long rap sheets in two states, police think he may be responsible for more attacks. Michelle bash WTO P news. D.C. has invested millions of dollars in a new program called high impact tutoring. That program pairs a tutor with a small group of students for at least 90 minutes each week.

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Chicago police looking for two suspects in killing of teenager sitting on a porch

WBBM Newsradio

00:33 sec | 22 hrs ago

Chicago police looking for two suspects in killing of teenager sitting on a porch

"The mayor of Hammond says a St. John police officer who fired at an off duty Hammond officer is a danger to society. A young boy is shot to death while sitting on the porch of a south side home. There's new optimism this morning in the fight against Alzheimer's. Plus Chicago's election results are now official. Business. And P futures up 8 points, NASDAQ futures up 43 points. Bundle up, it is going to be a cold day with a high of only around 30° right now at O'Hare. It's mostly cloudy and 25° at 6 31. There seems to be some

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The world's biggest active volcano, Hawaii's Mauna Loa, erupts after 38 years

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:33 sec | 23 hrs ago

The world's biggest active volcano, Hawaii's Mauna Loa, erupts after 38 years

"Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter, Bloomberg radio. The world's largest active volcano continued to erupt in Hawaii while mauna loa is spewing molten rock up to 200 feet up. The lava is not currently threatening any residential areas for now. In the World Cup in Qatar, the U.S. advanced after winning their match against Iran in the world by a score of one nil. Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios, this is global news. 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take. Powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts more than a 120 countries. I'm Michael

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House passes legislation to avert 'catastrophic' rail strike; Senate to take up measure

Bloomberg Daybreak

01:17 min | 1 d ago

House passes legislation to avert 'catastrophic' rail strike; Senate to take up measure

"Senate passed legislation providing federal protection for same sex marriages. All Democrats present and 12 Republicans supported the measure. Congress is moving swiftly to prevent a looming U.S. rail workers strike. That would be a devastating blow to the nation's economy of transportation of food, fuel, and other critical goods are disrupted. The house is expected to act first today. In the NBA, the next one, the warriors lost in the NHL, the islanders lost the bruins and capitals one, at the World Cup, the U.S. now faces the Netherlands Saturday after beating Iran one nil. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick tank, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts to more than a 120 countries. I'm Michael Barr. This is Bloomberg John. Michael, thank you, it is 5 48 on Wall Street, and we are alive for the Bloomberg interactive broker studios. Investors, of course, waiting for the speech by the Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell, for any signals about the path of interest rate increases, let's get you set up for the trading day ahead right now. And I'm happy to say we're joined by Ben laidler, the global market strategist at E turro. Thanks for being here, Ben. Hey, would you be very surprised if it's a dovish speech by pal today?

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'He's not stepping up': Union workers feel let down by 'pro-union' Joe Biden amid rail dispute

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:51 sec | 1 d ago

'He's not stepping up': Union workers feel let down by 'pro-union' Joe Biden amid rail dispute

"To take up legislation today to prevent a strike by freight rail workers. Meanwhile, prospects are brightening for quick action in the Senate despite some resistance, president Joe Biden had helped broker a deal between railroads and labor that was rejected by members of four of 12 unions. Biden has urged Congress to impose the agreement anyway, saying the economy at risk. Business groups have been imploring lawmakers to act warning that the economy would lose $2 billion a day in a walkout, a speech on the economy by fed chair Jay Powell will get attention today. Investors will be on the lookout for more signs that the next interest rate hike will take a step down to a half of a percent following a series of three quarter percent rate hikes. Stocks ended a bit mixed in Tuesday's trading with the S&P 500 slipping 6 points are almost two tenths percent, and NASDAQ was down 66 points. The Dow was pretty much flat

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NYC mayor plans to involuntarily hospitalize more mentally ill people

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:55 sec | 1 d ago

NYC mayor plans to involuntarily hospitalize more mentally ill people

"City mayor Eric Adams is directing police and city medics to be more aggressive about getting severely mentally ill people off the streets and subways and into treatment. Adam says that's the case even if it means involuntarily hospitalizing some people who refuse care. We can no longer deny the reality that untreated psychosis can be a cruel and all consuming condition that often requires and voluntary intervention. The mayor's announcement was condemned as wrong headed by some civil rights groups and advocates for the homeless. The NYPD is searching for a man who snuck into the park Hyatt hotel in Manhattan and left behind a suspicious white powdery substance. Police say departing gas dropped a hotel room key on the street and someone snuck into the unoccupied hotel room and

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When is the Georgia congressional runoff? The 2022 special senate election explained.

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

00:33 sec | 1 d ago

When is the Georgia congressional runoff? The 2022 special senate election explained.

"Pop quiz time. What is the last election of 2022? Okay, relax, I didn't say it was going to be a hard quiz. It is in fact the Senate runoff in Georgia. But it goes national politics reporter Natalie Allison is in Georgia and is here to give us an update. Badly, how's it going? You just landed. Yes, fresh off the plane. I'm doing this for my hotel room in Atlanta. Tomorrow I will be venturing out to Dalton, I believe, to catch Herschel Walker in action. Very exciting. What is planned for rehearsal walker's campaign rally tomorrow? TBD on what's actually

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Stewart Rhodes, Oath Keepers founder, found guilty of seditious conspiracy. What that means

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:15 min | 1 d ago

Stewart Rhodes, Oath Keepers founder, found guilty of seditious conspiracy. What that means

"CBS News brief a federal jury has found oath keepers founder Stewart Rhodes guilty of seditious conspiracy in the January 6th attack, CBS Scott McFarland. One of the many witnesses at trial was U.S. capitol police officer Harry Dunn, who came hustling down at the courthouse for the verdict and told me he was in tears. What he heard the conviction. The Senate has approved legislation protecting same sex and interracial marriage. University of Utah sociology, professor Bethany Everett, however, says more needs to be done. It is not the same, however, you know, as certifying the right to bodily autonomy and when it comes to abortion and especially for trans folks, the ability to receive medical affirming care. Missouri is executed Kevin Johnson for the 2005 murder of police officer William mcentee, Department of Corrections director and precise. Mister Johnson's claims were reviewed by state and federal courts and no court reversed his conviction or sentence. CBS News brief, I'm Christopher Cruise. Four 33, Wednesday morning, president Joe Biden huddled with congressional leaders from both sides of the aisle this week to make sure Congress is ready to prevent any economically crippling rail strike. Now the house is set to consider a measure on this as soon as sometime later today

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Missouri executes Kevin Johnson for killing officer in 2005

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 1 d ago

Missouri executes Kevin Johnson for killing officer in 2005

"Goes to the house where approval is expected. Missouri is executed a man found guilty of killing a suburban St. Louis police officer in 2005, CBS Jennifer Kuiper has that. Kevin Johnson was convicted of ambushing and killing Kirkwood, Missouri police officer William mcentee. Johnson blamed the officer in the death of his younger brother, Mary mcentee is William mcentee's widow. When he left for work that day, we could not imagine that he would be executed by someone he gave his life to protect. Johnson's attorneys didn't deny that he killed the officer but contended their client was sentenced to death in part because he was black. The courts and Republican governor Mike parson declined to stop the execution. Broadway's longest running show is going to go on longer than we thought it would. The phantom of the opera was scheduled to close in February. That's now been extended by 8 weeks to April because of a sharp increase in demand for tickets. Last week, the show sold

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 Walmart employee reported alleged shooter's behavior months before shooting: Lawsuit

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:15 min | 1 d ago

Walmart employee reported alleged shooter's behavior months before shooting: Lawsuit

"Survivor of the Virginia Walmart mass shooting we're told has filed a $50 million lawsuit against the company. The lawsuit was filed recently in Chesapeake circuit court by danya priola. A Walmart employee who claims the company knew of this shooter's propensity for violence, threats and strange behaviors. The suit alleges further the priolo as experienced physical and emotional distress after witnessing the shooting rampage in the break room of the Chesapeake Walmart just last Tuesday. The least have now identified store supervisor Andre being as the person who shot and killed 6 coworkers and wounded several others before, killing himself. Four O 5 Wednesday morning on WTO. But more than 25 years, this dog has doubled reporter, never shied away from a battle to bring you the full and complete story. Now, WTO, Neil augenstein, is this week revealing he is in the midst of another battle right now, and this one is very personal. A fight. Against cancer. The waving was the difficult part. The waiting part of a search for a cure for a dry cough that led to a discovery of a small mass in one of his lungs and finally a diagnosis of adenocarcinoma, a form of lung cancer. Hila sharing his story and he says in doing it, he's finding strength. To hear the

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Supreme Court grapples with challenge to Biden immigration policy on deportation

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 1 d ago

Supreme Court grapples with challenge to Biden immigration policy on deportation

"Over how to enforce the nation's immigration laws reach the Supreme Court Tuesday. Justices heard arguments over a blocked Biden administration policy that would prioritize deportations based on who possesses the greatest public safety risk. Republican led states have successfully obtained an order to limit that discretion, CBS's Christian Benavidez reports from Miami. The immigration debate made it to the high court Tuesday at issue whether the Biden administration can set priorities for immigration enforcement and whether states can legally challenge them. The state's lack standing, they argue states can challenge any federal policy that imposes even $1 of indirect harms on their own taxing or spending.

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 Bodies-in-suitcases suspect appears in New Zealand court

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

Bodies-in-suitcases suspect appears in New Zealand court

"A body's in suitcases suspect has appeared in a New Zealand court. I'm Lisa dwyer. A woman who was extradited from South Korea this week after the bodies of her two children were found in abandoned suitcases has made her first quarter parents in New Zealand, the 42 year old woman has been charged with two counts of murder, she faces mandatory sentence of life imprisonment, the case horrified many people in New Zealand after the children's bodies were discovered in August when an Auckland family bought abandoned goods, including two suitcases from a storage unit in an online auction. Authorities say the children were between 5 and ten years old and had been dead for years. A judge imposed a temporary order that keeps many details of the case secret including

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Mitch McConnell joins Republicans to denounce Donald Trump's dinner with white supremacist

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

01:05 min | 1 d ago

Mitch McConnell joins Republicans to denounce Donald Trump's dinner with white supremacist

"It did stop short of announcing mandates. Oathkeeper leader Stuart Rhodes has been convicted of seditious conspiracy for his role in the January 6th insurrection. The leadership of the Republican Party is further distancing itself from Donald Trump today, Kevin McCarthy, Mitch McConnell, are having said having dinner with anybody who is a white supremacist or anti semi is not acceptable to the Republican Party. NATO ministers meet in Bucharest looking for a way to help Ukraine with military and energy needs and China has launched three astronauts to its newly completed space station, 6 month mission. Let's go through the World Cup again. A Group B, U.S. has taken out Iran one zero England dumbs England three nil in group a Netherlands over Qatar, two nil and Senegal, oust Ecuador, two one. In San Francisco, Ahmed Baxter, this is Bloomberg, all right, Brian. All right, thanks very much. It's time for the daybreak Asia media and tea leaves review, taking a look at some of these stories in the Chinese press yesterday

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