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"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:43 min | 5 months ago

"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on WTOP

"And work will press ahead this week on infrastructure negotiations between congressional Republicans in the White House Wi you, Pease Mitchell Miller has more now today on the hill. I think we are getting pretty close to a Fisher cut bait moment. Transportation Secretary Pete Buddha judge noting that President Biden will be meeting this week with key Republicans as the two sides try to reach a compromise. But a jet speaking on CNN's state of the Union notes, the White House has dropped its proposal to $1.7 trillion While Republicans have come up to more than 900 billion, West Virginia GOP Senator Shelley Moore Capito. I think we're building those blocks towards a really good, solid infrastructure package that has bipartisan support Capital. Speaking on Fox News Sunday, Buddha Judge says the talks need to make more progress this week. It's my hope that these continued conversations really over these next few days will be productive on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T. O P News. Controversial election Reform legislation expected to pass in Texas was killed. Last night when State House Democrats walked out before a vote could be taken about an hour before the midnight deadline to pass bills. State House Democrats walk out breaking the quorum needed to vote on the bill. House Speaker Dade feeling based on the tally, she furnished by the voting, Clark Coram is apparently not present. A very angry lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick blame speaker feeling for not putting up the bill for a vote sooner that I can't even blame it on the other party for walking out, they got it opportunity to walk out because of the deadline. Governor Abbott quickly responded, saying he would put the election integrity bill on a special session. Call Chris Fox for CBS News. Austin Coming up on W. T O P new defendants added to the federal criminal conspiracy case against the oath keepers for the January sale..

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"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:30 min | 5 months ago

"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on KTOK

"More from Capitol Hill. Republicans responded to President Biden's $1.7 trillion infrastructure proposal with a $928 billion counter offer. It's a serious effort to try to reach Bipartisan agreement. West Virginia Republican Shelley Moore Capito was leading negotiations for the GOP insist the two sides remain far apart on the scope of what should be included in an infrastructure bill. When you're looking at the 1.7 Trillion from the White House, what do you looking at? You're looking at 400 billion for the caring Economy. The Republican offer relies largely on repurpose ng funding approved in covert relief money The White House insist is not available for infrastructure legislation. From the Alan Samuels. Volkswagen Weather Studio. Allen Samuels, Volkswagen Your friend in the car business. Partly sunny will be in the mid seventies. Today Tonight will drop to the mid fifties. Tomorrow will be partly cloudy back to the mid seventies and cooling off tomorrow night to the upper fifties on Sunday cloudy a chance of storms highs in the mid seventies and then Sunday night will drop into the low sixties and zooming ahead to Monday. Memorial Day We could see storms there likely and will be in the mid seventies. I'm Jacqueline Scott NewsRadio 1000 Katie. Okay, NewsRadio 1000 Katie. Okay Studios, a service of trade and wealth. Your local.

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"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:14 min | 5 months ago

"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"It's 72 degrees had news radio w F L A ah, boats carrying Cuban refugees has overturned off the coast of Key West. In a search for survivors is underway to coast Guard cutters in several small boats is still looking for 10. People missing, the agency says. It's rescued eight people and recover the remains of two more. CBS station WFOR TV Miami reports The boat was carrying Cuban migrants trying to make it here to Florida. One source characterizes it as a Cuban chug and older boat about 25 ft. Long at the most. The eight survivors reportedly still aboard the coast Guard cutter No word on whether they'll be brought to the U. S is possible Witness. His support illegal smuggling or sent back to Cuba. Peter King, CBS News Orlando Republicans on Capitol Hill have made a counter offer to Democrats on infrastructure. It may not be enough to gain bipartisan support. Republicans responded to President Biden's $1.7 trillion infrastructure proposal with a $928 billion counter offer. It's a serious effort to try to reach Bipartisan agreement. West Virginia Republican Shelley Moore Capito was leading negotiations for the GOP insist the two sides remain far apart on the scope of what should be included in an infrastructure bill. When you're looking at the 1.7 Trillion from the White House, what are you looking at? You're looking at 400 billion for the caring Economy. The Republican offer relies largely on repurpose ng funding approved in covert relief money The White House insists is not available for infrastructure legislation. On Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox News a key Senate vote on a commission to investigate January's Capitol attack is in limbo. It's now expected to happen later today after debate overnight reached no agreement. Social media companies are suing governor to satis Republican Ron Dissent is signed a bill into law last week doling out big fines to social media companies that center content or band politicians were candidates for office. Now, two groups representing social media companies are suing one of them. That choice is a lobbying firm that represents giants, Twitter and Facebook. They claim the law violates the First Amendment. Santa's compared Big Tech to Big Brother and the George Orwell novel, 1984. When he signed the bill, he says Internet companies are centering post that Don't fit with their ideology. Tomur Gotti Fox News, the co founder of black lives matter stepping down today. Patrice Color, says she's leaving the organization in good hands. She helped form the network in 2013 following the neighborhood Watch shooting. Of a 17 year old in central Florida. A rookie card of the Great One has just sold for a great price. Anonymous buyer scored a 1979 Oh peachy. Wayne Gretzky rookie card for $3.75 Million Heritage Auction says the card is in gem mint condition. There are only two that exist in Canada and another two made by tops in the same condition in the U. S. The card features the hockey great in his Edmondson Oilers uniform in the last season before the franchise joined the NHL. The second rookie card was sold back in December for less than half the price. Monica Ricks, CBS NEWS News of the top and bottom of every hour. More AM Tampa Bay in moments on Crist. Franklin News radio W F L A.

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"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:55 min | 5 months ago

"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"A few storms today in the tri state headed for a high of 73. It's 66 degrees right now News the service of Mexico Plumbing Boone County sheriff asking for help this morning trying to find a missing teenager, a 13 year old boy. Reported missing from Pembroke Drive and Union about what I am. They're searching the woods near his home, where he was last seen running off into boys. Five to weighs. £90 has black hair, hazel eyes. He was last seen wearing blue T shirt with dinosaurs on man's dead after a shooting this morning in over the Rhine. The victim was found near Grant Park on east Mick Mick in but police haven't released any other information yet. The shooting happened near where 11 people were shot last summer. Grant Park has a long history of violence in over the right. Former campaign manager for Congressman Steve Chabot is set to plead guilty today to charges that he took over a million dollars from the congressman's campaign fund. Jamie Schwartz will be in federal court later this morning, admitting his role in this scheme. Part of the plea deal has been paying back. Almost $1.5 million. Congressman Chabot says he had no idea sports was embezzling the cash alive, Senator Sherrod Brown says This is his closest we've ever been to being able to get money for a new bridge on 75 to connect Cincinnati Incoming Jim Brown tells wlwt a billion dollars of the infrastructure bill before Congress would go towards the new bridge construction. Eliminating traffic congestions on the Brent Spence Bridge. Republicans and Democrats continue to work on a compromise version of the measure, but they're still far apart. Republicans are proposing just a fraction of what the president wants. He is asking for $1.7 Trillion. The new Republican counterproposal is $928 billion, but just $250 billion of that is new spending specifically for roads, bridges and public works. The president wants to go well beyond that. Fun things like clean energy and improved childcare facilities and to pay for he wants to raise taxes on the most wealthy. That's a no go for Republicans who want to use unspent covert.

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"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:34 min | 5 months ago

"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Williams and Amy Schade ride. Good morning in his 5 30. Amy has the day off. The Senate adjourned overnight before voting on whether to open debate on forming a January 6th commission boxes. Jill NATO reports from Washington. There'd been a lot of anticipation about a vote in the Senate early Friday about forming a 9 11 style commission to look into the Capitol Hill riot. That was supposed to happen after lawmakers took on a science and tech bill aimed at shoring up microchip production, But they adjourn just before three a.m. Eastern time without taking on that Bill or the commission measure. The commission proposal has been under fire from GOP leadership who say it's not needed because Congress is already investigating the riot. Democrats and some Republicans say officers who were hurt that day deserve a full investigation. Lawmakers may take it up again later today in Washington. Jill NATO Fox News New Republican answer to the White House's infrastructure proposal. Jared Halpern has more from Capitol Hill. Republicans responded to President Biden's $1.7 trillion infrastructure proposal with a $928 billion counter offer. It's a serious effort to try to reach Bipartisan agreement. West Virginia Republican Shelley Moore Capito is leading negotiations for the GOP insist the two sides remain far apart on the scope of what should be included in an infrastructure bill. When you're looking at the 1.7 Trillion from the White House, what do you looking at? You're looking at 400 billion for the caring Economy. The Republican offer relies largely on repurpose ng funding approved in covert relief money The White House insists is not available for infrastructure legislation. On Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern, Fox News Americans are expected to hit the road in big numbers is this Memorial Day weekend? Triple A estimating at least 37 million people will hit the road or take to the skies over the holiday That's up 60% from last year. But according to The Associated Press, the national average price of gas heading into this weekend is the highest It's been in seven years. Meanwhile, health officials are optimistic this year celebrations won't lead to a spike in covert cases like they did last summer. I need a Vogel Fox news San Jose residents found a way to acknowledge the nine people killed when a gunman opened fire to rail yard Wednesday. Andre Senior with Fox affiliate Kptv Yu, reports below flags lowered to half mast outside San Jose.

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"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:33 min | 5 months ago

"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Advancing one third of 1% of that performance from Big Tech. Recently, your NASDAQ Up 65, the NASDAQ 100 advancing a half of 1%. Sounded that into the bond market Yields breaker 1 62 the downside South towards 61 58 93 down a little more than a basis point on Foreign exchange Bureau showing some strength Dollar just displaying a little bit of weakness. Euro dollar. 1 22 53 Tom up about a third of 1% on that currency pair? Yeah, euro something again, folks. If we see it up to a 1, 23 and breaking higher that's a big deal. We'll see if we get there. A more interesting Tuesday than what we saw yesterday. Right now And as we looked at Belarus and some of the other political issues when you just send her back to Gaza, Israel and Palestine, Jack Fitzpatrick joins us are Bloomberg Government reported Jack what I notice here, and we've seen it before. Certainly back to 1967, if not back through before. Is that quickly? It falls off the American radar. The front of the wall. The Washington Post. The front of The New York Times really know stories today on Israel on Gaza on Palestine. What will keep this fermenting in Washington or will it drift away? I'll keep in mind. The Biden administration has not necessarily sought to put itself front and center in everything that is happening in Israel and Palestine. Clearly, the Blinken trip will do that. It's it's gonna be in the news cycle is he meets with Israeli is really and Palestinian leaders among others, but keep in mind. He's also I think, notably going to meet with El Sisi of Egypt and the Jordanian foreign minister, because His other countries in the region kind of have to take the lead, probably more than the U. S on going back and forth between the two sides in this to make sure the ceasefire the goal for the Biden administration appears to have not let the Middle East become the absolute top priority, but still being involved to some degree and Jack I can't do this because I know you're so right, well ready and let's move up the Levant to Turkey. Established the Biden relationship with Turkey right now, versus what we saw with President Trump. You know, that's that's another one that they haven't exactly put front and center. But the Biden administration has talked of about pushing back on more authoritarian regimes. I'm not exactly sure unnecessarily how to tie turkey directly into this. That's not part of the Blinken meetings this week. But you you saw, you know during a Turkish visit during Early Trump administration, uh, clash in Washington with protesters that was largely overlooked by the U. S it Z difficult thing to negotiate for the Biden administration, at least to the Oh the least Jack, you talked about how the U. S. Might not necessarily want to inject itself front and center in a lot of these disputes. It raises the question of whether the U. S. Can do that, while reprising the former role of being sort of the gatekeeper for global affairs for being the leader when it comes to wrangling up some of the allies. Is this something that is a concern to people. In other words, how to take a more national focused view similar to what President Trump had. Also reprising this role. Well, they can do both. And in fact, Trump supporters would argue that the U. S standing by Israel with absolutely no exceptions would be their preferred means of injecting the US into foreign affairs s o, You know, they question and the thing that makes this difficult for the Bible administration is if there is a flare up than how does it play in the match? Stink politics in the U. S. Because there is a significant amount of pressure from the Democratic Party to find some way to push back on the Israel After all the violence that occurred there. How would they do that in a subtle way without going overboard on pushing too hard against an ally, But I would not necessarily draw a distinction between what the Biden administration is doing to try to engage with the world. With the Trump administration did in terms of wholehearted ally ship with Israel, because that is still sort of the center of where the U. S stands in this. They obviously don't have a relationship with Hamas. Which is why Egypt plays a role. Here s O that this This isn't necessarily an either or it's a How do the Biden administration officials handle the political delicacy of the issue on be involved? Without pushing too hard if they need to have hard conversations with an ally Jack just to wrap up here want to just focus domestically on the counter proposal that Republicans are putting together to Joe Biden's reduced $1.7 trillion infrastructure spending plan? What are we expecting that counterproposal? And why is it important to watch that? We got the White House is 1.7 Trillion counterproposal on Friday. We got a lot of negative feedback immediately from Republicans. But as of late yesterday, Republicans seemed to think this was still going on on the White House was saying they expect another counterproposal. At some point from Republicans. The negative feedback was enough so that it's unclear how quickly this is going to move forward. But there does seem to be some agreement, at least from Roger Wicker of Mississippi. Be who says if they could agree to something around a trillion dollars. That could be reasonable for both sides. So this is moving despite the negative feedback after the White House proposal, it's just moving kind of slowly right now, Jack just quickly these negotiations since CIA. Want to mean by that. Do you sense that they actually want to make a deal or we're just going through this process, too. Engineer find some fuel to have the blame game in about a year from now. I think the Biden administration has to at least try, which may or may not be sincere because they're more or less being forced into this By Joe Manchin and maybe other moderate Democrats..

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"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:52 min | 5 months ago

"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on AP News

"We put forward a proposal on Friday, but it is already lowered the proposal to $1.7 trillion White House press Secretary Jen Psaki are concessions went 10 times as far as theirs. So the ball's in their court. We're waiting their counterproposal. We would welcome that were eager to engage and Even have them down here to the White House. Once we see that counterproposal, Republican senators are rejecting the compromise as disappointing, saying vast differences remain. The Texas Legislature is the latest Republican controlled state legislature to pass a bill allowing people to carry handguns without a license, background check or training. Governor Greg Abbott says he'll sign the measure despite police leaders across the state who say it will endanger the public and police officers. Texas already has some of the loose his gun laws in the country. With more than 1.6 million handgun license owners. Governors are turning to the lottery's as incentives for people to get the coronavirus shots a shock in the park. You like that shot in the park, New York, Sandra Cuomo also links the shots of the coming Memorial Day weekend. If you get a vaccine this week Any time this week. You will get a two day family pass to any state car in Ohio Governor Mike DeWine says the vaccine million lottery is working two million 758,470 Ohioans of registered for the $1 Million drawing. The state is offering five separate $1 million prices and drawings over the next five weeks. Another series of drawings for Tweens, the 17 year olds who get their shots is for full scholarships to a four year public university in the state. This is AP News. Internal investigation finds Immigration and customs enforcement during the Trump administration had no records of hundreds of immigrant parents wanted the leave their Children when they were deported. The Department of Homeland Security Inspector General's released a report that under the Trump administration policy of separating migrant families at the border, some parents were forced to leave the U. S without their Children, even though they had asked for them back. And in nearly 350 cases, ice had no record showing migrants wanted to leave their Children in the U. S. That contradicts a claim that thousands of parents were choosing to leave their Children behind. While the parents were deported. The American Civil Liberties Union says it learned some parents were even told that their Children would join them on the plane. But then the flight took off without them. So far, the Biden administrations on Lee reunited the first four families this Month. I'm Jackie Quinn. I'm Tim McGuire. AP News Biden and FEMA. I'm Tim McGuire with an AP News MINUTE President Biden is doubling emergency spending through the Federal Emergency Management Agency to ready for hurricanes and other extreme weather events. I'm here today to make it clear that I will insist on nothing less than readiness. For all these challenges, we're gonna make sure the men and women of famous on our other key agencies have everything they need. That says, also been given an assignment to find better understanding and tracking of the impact of climate change. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicted last week. The hurricane season from June through November could produce up to 20 named storms. The first storm Anna formed over the Atlantic near Bermuda and quickly dissipated. Yesterday. A 27 year old Russian man admits to trying to bribe a Tesla employees to install computer malware and a bit to steal company secrets for ransom. A gar cooch cough has been essentially sentenced to time served and will be deported. I'm Tim McGuire as the Atlantic hurricane season approach. Ches President Biden's announcing a.

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"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:35 min | 5 months ago

"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Fast approaches for Republicans to counter President Biden's infrastructure proposal. CBS has gathered Henry reports from the White House. President Biden wants to see significant progress on his American jobs planned by Memorial Day. Last week, The president gave Republicans a counter offer, slashing his infrastructure plan from 2.3 to $1.7 trillion the ball's in their court. We're waiting there kind of proposal. We would welcome that We've been working with the president. We're not there. Yet. Senate Republicans say the president's new proposal is still well above what they believe Congress can pass with bipartisan support, though talks with the administration continue scholar Henry CBS News, the White House homeless camp in north Seattle has some neighbors fearing for their safety because they say they know those who live in the camp. Have weapons cover seven CVS Michelle Millman, the campus along Fremont Avenue, North and 150. Neighbors say it's been growing since the pandemic, with city crews occasionally coming by, they say, Until now they've tolerated the fighting, open air drug use and other bad behavior. But this weekend and arrow pierced the wall of a nearby condo rentals. Mayor Police and Fire Department of all been called and say they are looking into the camp. Amazon closes in on a deal to acquire the historic Hollywood studio, MGM The Wall Street Journal reports. It'll cost the company nearly $9 billion. This is a contract dispute. Now that could disrupt your garbage pickup day 130 Yard waste and recycle drivers who work for Republic services have voted to strike. At issue is their pay disparity.

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"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:52 min | 5 months ago

"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on AP News

"18 news. I'm Ed Donahue. White House Press secretary Jen Psaki says the ball is in the Republicans hands on infrastructure. The Biden administration lowered its offer to $1.7 trillion Republicans say it's still too high. Well, we have not seen from the Republicans is Any proposal on how to pay for it. That doesn't raise taxes on Americans making less than $400,000 a year The president's team had set a soft memorial day deadline to determine whether a deal was within reach. President Biden is doubling emergency spending to help communities prepare for hurricanes and other extreme weather events. Details are being worked out to set up a summit in Switzerland next month between President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin. The Supreme Court is rejecting an appeal from a retired federal law enforcement officer who was put into a police chokehold at a V. A hospital. The AP Soccer Madani has the story is they believe a was at the facility for a dental appointment in 2016? When officers at a security checkpoint said he did not produce I d That eventually led to three officers violently detaining the then 70 year old Elita video shows them, putting him in a chokehold and wrestling him to the ground. Ah leva filed a federal civil rights suit against the three officers. And while a trial judge allowed the suit to go forward, a federal appeals panel reversed the ruling. The Supreme Court did not comment in rejecting the levers appeal. SOCCER Megane Washington White House press secretary Jen Psaki was asked about the diversion of a Ryanair flight to Lithuania by Belarus. Leading to the arrest of an opposition journalist who was a passenger obviously were outraged as the international community has expressed and we have expressed a swell and we think this was a brazen of front, international peace and security by the regime. Stocks have moved higher on Wall Street. Tech stocks were among the big gainers. Communications stocks like Facebook or also showing gains. This is AP News. Japan is opening to mass vaccination centers Two months before the start of the Tokyo Games. Japan is mobilizing military doctors and nurses to give shots of two elderly people in Tokyo and Osaka as the government desperately tries to accelerate its vaccination rollout and curb Corona virus infections. Just two months before hosting the Olympics. Prime Minister Yoshi Heidi Soo Gar is determined to hold the games and has made an ambitious pledge to finish vaccinating elderly people by the end of July. Despite skepticism, it's possible the two mass inoculation centers aim to give shots to 15,000 people a day for the next three months. I'm Charles Dillon. Asthma Light Aftershocks are being felt in Congo when Goma following the eruption of a large volcano with little warning mountain near a gun, go turned the dark sky, fiery red, then spewed lava into villages, killing at least 15 people and destroying more than 500 homes. Searches continue for missing loved ones. Ed Donahue. AP News I'm Ed Donahue with an AP News Minute the White House's backed off a bit on its big infrastructure plan. The ball is in the Republicans court. We put forward a proposal on Friday, the Biden administration lowered the total to $1.7 trillion This is White House press secretary Jen Psaki are concessions went 10 times as far as theirs. So the ball's in their court. We're waiting their counterproposal. We would welcome that were eager to engage and even have them down. Here to the White House. Once we see that kind of proposal, Republican senators are rejecting the compromise as disappointing, saying Vast differences remain. The White House and the Kremlin are working to arrange a summit between President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin in June in Switzerland, it could come at the end of Biden's first foreign trip is president a week long swing through Europe. It includes a stop in the United Kingdom for a summit of the group of Seven leaders. I'm a Donahue The Supreme Court is rejecting an appeal from a retired federal law enforcement officer who was put in a police chokehold at a V. A hospital. Jose Oliva was at the facility for a dental appointment in 2016. When officers at a security checkpoint said he did not produce I d that eventually led to three officers violently detaining the then 70 year old ill Eva video shows them, putting him in a chokehold and wrestling him to the ground on leave a filed a federal civil rights suit against the three officers. And while a trial judge allowed the suit to go forward, a federal appeals panel reversed the ruling. The Supreme Court did not comment in rejecting a leave his appeal. Soccer Megane Washington. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Hey, did you know that The Associated Press produces news related books? Here's what's new enough Coming first pet presidential dogs, cats and.

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"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on AP News

AP News

06:50 min | 5 months ago

"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on AP News

"The news. I'm Ed Donahue. White House Press secretary Jen Psaki says the ball is in the Republicans. Hands on infrastructure. The Biden administration lowered its offer to $1.7 trillion Republicans say it's still too high. Well, we have not seen from the Republicans is Any proposal on how to pay for it. That doesn't raise taxes on Americans making less than $400,000 a year The president's team had set a soft memorial day deadline to determine whether a deal was within reach. President Biden is doubling emergency spending to help communities prepare for hurricanes and other extreme weather events. Details are being worked out to set up a summit in Switzerland next month between President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin. The Supreme Court is rejecting an appeal from a retired federal law enforcement officer who was put into a police chokehold at a V. A hospital. The AP Soccer Madani has the story is they all leave A was at the facility for a dental appointment in 2016. When officers at a security checkpoint said he did not produce I d. That eventually led to three officers violently detaining the then 70 year old Elita video shows them, putting him in a chokehold and wrestling him to the ground. Ah leva filed a federal civil rights suit against the three officers. And while a trial judge allowed the suit to go forward, a federal appeals panel reversed the ruling. The Supreme Court did not comment in rejecting the levers appeal. SOCCER Megane Washington White House press secretary Jen Psaki was asked about the diversion of a Ryanair flight to Lithuania by Belarus. Leading to the arrest of an opposition journalist who was a passenger obviously were outraged as the international community has expressed and we have expressed a swell and we think this was a brazen of front, international peace and security by the regime. Stocks have moved higher on Wall Street. Tech stocks were among the big gainers. Communications stocks like Facebook or also showing gains. This is AP News. Japan is opening to mass vaccination centers Two months before the start of the Tokyo Games. Japan is mobilizing military doctors and nurses to give shots of two elderly people in Tokyo and Osaka as the government desperately tries to accelerate its vaccination rollout and curb Corona virus infections. Just two months before hosting the Olympics. Prime Minister Yoshi Heidi Soo Gar is determined to hold the games and has made an ambitious pledge to finish vaccinating elderly people by the end of July. Despite skepticism, it's possible the two mass inoculation centers aim to give shots to 15,000 people a day for the next three months. I'm Charles Dillon. Asthma Light Aftershocks are being felt in Congo when Goma following the eruption of a large volcano with little warning mountain near a gun, go turned the dark sky, fiery red, then spewed lava into villages, killing at least 15 people and destroying more than 500 homes. Searches continue for missing loved ones. Ed Donahue. AP News I'm Ed Donahue with an AP News Minute the White House's backed off a bit on its big infrastructure plan. The ball is in the Republicans court. We put forward a proposal on Friday, the Biden administration lowered the total to $1.7 trillion This is White House press secretary Jen Psaki are concessions went 10 times as far as theirs. So the ball's in their court. We're waiting their counterproposal. We would welcome that were eager to engage and even have them down. Here to the White House. Once we see that kind of proposal, Republican senators are rejecting the compromise as disappointing, saying Vast differences remain. The White House and the Kremlin are working to arrange a summit between President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin in June in Switzerland, it could come at the end of Biden's first foreign trip is president a week long swing through Europe. It includes a stop in the United Kingdom for a summit of the group of Seven leaders. I'm a Donahue The Supreme Court is rejecting an appeal from a retired federal law enforcement officer who was put in a police chokehold at a V. A hospital. Jose Oliva was at the facility for a dental appointment in 2016. When officers at a security checkpoint said he did not produce I d that eventually led to three officers violently detaining that then 70 year old ill Eva video shows them putting him in a chokehold and wrestling him to the ground. Ah leva filed a federal civil rights suit against the three officers. And while a trial judge allowed the suit to go forward, a federal appeals panel reversed the ruling. The Supreme Court did not comment in rejecting a leave his appeal. Soccer Megane Washington. To show you how easy it is to file a claim with Geico. We hired a Shakespearean actor. Oh, woe is me Wherefore art I claims help when I had his defender Bender, Pardon the interruption. But when you file a claim with Geico, your claims team will be in touch right away. But we list they forget about me later. When thou neatest updates know they'll always be there to help if you out. Well, I suppose that I should be known something else like my lactose intolerance. Why ist must dairy disagree with me so savagely, Geico Great service without all the drama. Then AP News Minute the White House's backed off a bit on its big infrastructure plan. The ball is in the Republicans court. We put forward a proposal on Friday, the Biden administration lowered the total to $1.7 trillion This is White House press secretary Jen Psaki are concessions went 10 times as far as theirs. So the ball's in their court. We're waiting their counterproposal. We would welcome that were eager to engage and even have them down here to the White House. Once we see that counterproposal, Republican senators are rejecting the compromise as disappointing, saying vast differences remain. White House in the Kremlin are working to arrange a summit between President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin in June in Switzerland. It could come at the end of Biden's first foreign trip is president a week long swing through Europe that includes a stop in the United Kingdom for a summit of the Group of Seven leaders. I'm a Donahue. Japan is opening to mass vaccine centers two months before the Olympics to help accelerate immunization. Japan is mobilizing military doctors and nurses to give shots of two elderly people in Tokyo and Osaka as the government desperately tries to accelerate its vaccination rollout on curb Corona virus infections just two months before hosting the Olympics. Prime Minister you're here. Heidi Sudha is determined to hold the games and has made an ambitious pledge to finish vaccinating elderly people by the end of July. Despite skepticism, it's possible The two mass inoculation centers aim to give shots to 15,000 people a day for the next three months. I'm Charles Dillon. Asthma. Kinky News. I'm Ed.

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"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:32 min | 5 months ago

"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on KTOK

"Our forecast is coming up a peaceful end to a 10 hour standoff with police in chicken. Shay Police were called to home for a domestic disturbance early yesterday. Police a 71 year old Terry gun Oh, Was allegedly holding his wife hostage. He was taken to a hospital after he surrendered. His wife also was taken to a hospital, but she's expected to be okay. Gatto is facing a kidnapping charge fatal stabbing outside a club in Bricktown overnight, police say one person died. Another was injured and taken to a hospital. The stabbing happened near Sheridan and Mickey Mantle, the district attorney for Caddo, Grady, Jefferson and Stevens counties in southwestern Oklahoma. Appointed to handle the investigation into sexual misconduct allegations against former Oklahoma County District Judge Tim Henderson. Anderson's accused of sexual misconduct involving five women, including two assistant district attorneys. More negotiations expected this week in Washington in search of compromise on White House calls for infrastructure spending. Lauren Blanchard reports so White House put forward as slightly smaller $1.7 trillion infrastructure bill. It's down from their initial ask of $2.3 Trillion, but still nowhere near as low as Republicans want, the White House says. Little that negotiations play out only a little longer. Republicans have continued to negotiate with the White House, but they want something much smaller and much more targeted. On Fox.

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"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:34 min | 5 months ago

"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"In Gaza. Held a parade today in Gaza City, mourning the loss of one of their top commanders, Hamas and smaller factions inside Gaza fired more than 4000 rockets. The group today is pledging that if the cease fire unravels, they will continue the fight against Israel. In lighter news the Children of Gaza who were caught in the crossfire are getting a much needed break in rural Gaza, a local nonprofit held a group therapy session today. Her Children dealing with trauma. Faxes. Trade gangster as Egyptian mediators work to keep the cease fire going. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is preparing to travel to the Middle East next week. Iran's nuclear program will be the focus of a news conference tomorrow. The head of the UN's nuclear watchdog agency will hold the briefing. He's currently in talks with the regime to extend a monitoring arrangement. That could impact talks about reviving Iran's nuclear deal with world powers, including the U. S. They plan to keep talking, but Senate Republicans and the White House are said to be far apart on an infrastructure package. Counter offer from the White House proposes spending $1.7 trillion on an infrastructure bill that is down from two and a quarter trillion dollars. Initially asked for by President Biden, Fox says Jared Helper, and the GOP remains opposed to tax increases to pay for the plan..

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"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:07 min | 5 months ago

"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on WTOP

"35 prospects for a vast infrastructure deal for the U. S have been thrown into serious doubt the White House has reduced President Biden sweeping proposal to $1.7 Trillion and Republican senators are rejecting the compromise, saying it aims to reach a deal. The White House has come down from its original $2.3 trillion proposal to $1.7 trillion, but that's not far enough for Senate Republicans who've offered their own infrastructure proposal. That's a trillion dollars less expensive. After hearing from the White House today, an aide to West Virginia Republican Senator Shelley Moore Capito says the two sides are further apart than they were last week when capital and her colleagues met with President Biden. Stephen Portnoy, CBS News of federal judge has ordered a mental health evaluation for Jacob Chance. Lee, also known as the Q and on shaman, after his lawyer question whether he is competent to stand trial. He was the person seen during the capital riot, shirtless and wearing horns and face paint. He's charged with trespassing and disorderly conduct. The order puts the case on hold, while Chancellor has transferred to a federal facility and evaluated two prison guards who failed to properly check on Jeffrey Epstein. The night he killed himself will not spend any time behind bars to the plea deal. The pair of admitted that they faked prison records to indicate they were doing their jobs checking in on Epstein every 30 minutes or so. Prosecutors say they were actually napping, shopping for furniture and motorcycles online and walking around. Too common area. Instead, Both men were working overtime because of staff shortages. One was working a double shift to 16 hour work day. The men will be on supervised release with no prison time. Peter King. CBS News Coming Up five Giants talk about being honored by the Kennedy Center, so I don't know this is Kyle Cooper, 9 37. Let's be real. Mopping is a hassle. You have to fill the bucket, pushing a wet, heavy mob around thin cleaning them up when you're done so it doesn't grow bacteria hassle on top of a hassle. Try Swiffer Wet.

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"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:13 min | 5 months ago

"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"These were South Korean President Moon Jae in president Biden says the U. S. Will deploy a special envoy to North Korea to help refocus efforts on getting the North to abandon its nuclear program. The president welcome President Moon, only the second World leader to visit the White House in person since his inauguration reflection of how much we value the 70 Year Alliance for the Republic of Korea. And how essential we know the relationship is to the United States, the future the Indo Pacific region and, quite frankly to the world. President Moon hailed what he called America's return to the world stage and said both leaders pledged to work closely towards the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. Senator Shelley Moore Capitals office as the White House and Republicans are further apart in negotiations on infrastructure after the White House lower the cost of its plan from 2.3 Trillion to $1.7 trillion Secretary of State Antony Blinken has spoken by phone with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas one day after Hamas and Israel agreed to a cease fire. The State Department says the two discussed ways to ensure that the cease fire holds and the State Department says blink and told the boss the U. S. Is committed to working with the Palestinian Authority and the U. N. To provide humanitarian aid to Gaza with an 80,000 people in the Gaza Strip are now homeless, according to authorities there. 240 Palestinians were killed. 15 today were pulled out of the rubble and that includes eight Hamas fighters who were pulled out of their own collapsed tunnels. Fox's Mike Tobin and tell Aviv a judge has agreed to one seal absentee ballots to allow for an audit of November election results for Fulton County, Georgia. The ruling stands were lawsuit against the county that claims evidence of fraudulent ballots and improper accounting. America is listening to Fox News. University of Maryland Global campus was established to bring a respected state university education, toe working adults at home and abroad. 70 years ago, we sent professors overseas to educate service members and their families on military installations and on the front lines today we're online because that's where working adults need us. That's where you need us..

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"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:30 min | 5 months ago

"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on KCRW

"Of its massive infrastructure proposal as a counter offer to Senate Republicans who bulked At the cost of Biden's plan and how he wants to pay for it. NPR's Windsor Johnson tells us. The two sides also differ over the scope of the legislation. The Biden administration has presented congressional Republicans with a $1.7 trillion counterproposal about $500 billion less than its original offer. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the proposal exhibits the administration's willingness to come down in size. It does so largely by cutting from areas where there is bipartisan consensus. Republicans have argued that the bill is too broad and too costly. They've also flat out, rejected Biden's plan to raise the corporate tax rate to pay for the bill. White House who set a tentative memorial day deadline to determine whether any deal can be reached with the GOP help could be on the way for employers looking for seasonal workers this summer. H to be guest worker visas were capped it 66,000 but NPR's Andrea Hsu tells us starting next week, an additional 22,000 will become available, the Biden administration says starting Tuesday. Employers who proved they cannot hire American workers can seek additional foreign workers under the H two B visa program. H two b visas typically cover low wage seasonal work, such as landscaping, seafood processing and hospitality jobs at resorts and theme parks. Additional visas come as employers have been complaining about worker shortages to be eligible companies must also prove they will suffer irreparable harm without the additional help off the 22,000 visas Coming open next week. 6000 are reserved for workers from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras. Andrea Hsu. NPR NEWS Washington Stocks finished mixed, too. And the week on Wall Street the Dow was up about 3/10 of a percent. This is NPR and 3 32. This is KCRW news. I'm Matt Dillon. Arrest was made today in connection with a fire that started not far from downtown Santa Barbara. Last night, the Loma fire burned an area called TV Hill, which is named for several local television vision stations that are based on top of it. Officials say. Around midnight, they noticed someone scrambling down the hill and hiding in brush near the blaze. They detained a 23 year old Santa Barbara resident in connection with the fire and also say he's a suspect in connection with other recent arson cases in the city. Fire crews were able to make good progress, but not before it damaged at least one home. The blaze burned less than 10 acres and is roughly three quarters contained. In the fight against Cove it Orange County is hoping to reach herd immunity by July. 4th data shows around 44% of residents are fully vaccinated so far, but flagging demand for shots, and OSI could threaten that. TCW's Tara a tree and reports the count. The county's health care agency has more vaccine than it can deliver. Not a single dose of any of the covert vaccines were accepted by the Orange County Health Care Agency this week. Dwindling demand has prompted the agency to cut back vaccine deliveries, citing concerns about being wasteful. It's a far cry from just a few months ago when its struggle to get enough doses Other local health care systems find themselves in similar situations. Providence helps Orange County hospitals and clinics turned down fresh supplies this week because they had plenty on hand. Officials say two things are fueling the decline. Most people who wanted a shot have gotten it at this point, and with more pharmacies and papa clinics offering immunization demand for appointments has gone down. Geyser to be star a tree in reporting. After Danny Masterson was ordered today to stand trial for the alleged rapes of three women. They say he sexually assaulted them in 2001 in 2003. This recent decision comes after a judge found the trio's delays in reporting their cases to please reasonable given the tenants of the Church of Scientology. The that seventies show star is a prominent adherent and his accusers are former Scientologists. Masterson has denied the charges, and his attorney says the actor had consensual sex with the women. And finally, it is a lovely day at many of SoCal's beaches, but you won't be able to enjoy it. Bolsa Chica State Beach Today authorities have closed a section of the shore and adjacent water due to a dead whale. Orange County health care agencies. Environmental health division determined the decomposing remains posed a health hazard. Authorities believe the whale is one of two that were struck by an Australian navy ship last week and then towed out to sea from near San Diego. Long journey. Bolsa Chica is about 90 miles up the coast from the San.

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"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 5 months ago

"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To Mass. Have the Ted Williams Tunnel Westbound champ sore. Both Connect your tunnels, The Tobin Bridge out found. Forget it. Stop and go all the way up and over my king WBC's traffic on the threes. We have warm weather on tap for the weekend. It was warm today and it will be even warmer as we get into tomorrow and Sunday. In fact, tomorrow operators to be your 90 city and inland cooler South Shore and the Cape. Islands Watch out for a shower thunderstorm in the afternoon and early evening, and then we really crank it up on Sunday to be 90 pretty much everywhere except the Cape and islands, staying in the seventies and right along the coast, maybe a little bit cooler, too. But thunderstorms will pop up late in the day, especially north and west of Boston. Will the front come through? It'll push down the temperature's too on Lee of the sixties by Monday. Live local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. Good afternoon. I'm Ben Parker here with five things you need to know what four or 45 Governor Charlie Baker, announcing the state's vaccine pre registration system will be closing at the end of the month. The administration. Also announcing the expansion of the state's homebound of vaccination program, Bristol County Sheriff Thomas Hodgson exclaims. The feds did not give him the 60 day notice they were supposed to before ending the ice contract. With his department. Putting out the olive branch in an attempt to compromise the Biden administration offering up $1.7 trillion infrastructure package lower than the price tag Republicans had said was too expensive..

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"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"$1.7 trillion" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The level recommended by the World Health Organization I'm Evan Hannah and I get prisoner at Bloomberg world headquarters in New York let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets markets do remain a little optimistic on a partial trade deal between the US and China yesterday negotiators from both sides spoke on the phone the China said that China side I should say called the discussions constructive the trump administration is reportedly poised again to extend the license to allow US companies to continue doing business with Wall way the Chinese telecom equipment maker the current reprieve ISIC set to expire on Monday but the New York times says a disease decision to extend could change given ongoing trade talks Saudi Arabia said evaluation target for the Aramco IPO well below crown prince Solomon's goal of two trillion dollars Aramco we are told will seek evaluation of between one point six trillion and one point seven one trillion and the company will sell just wanted to half percent of its shares on the local exchange that's about half the amount considered earlier the board of H. P. ink has unanimously rejected an unsolicited takeover offer from Xerox holdings H. B. and called the twenty two dollar per share offer too low H. being also said it's open to exploring a merger but there are fundamental questions including Xerox's declining revenue which has been something in place since about June two thousand nineteen we check the markets every fifteen minutes here on Bloomberg right now in Hong Kong hang sang is higher by one percent the Nikkei two twenty five is up three tenths of one percent the cost be though weaker by three tenths of one percent ASX two hundred down one half of one percent and in Shanghai the composite index is higher by two tenths of one percent U. S. ten year treasury in the Tokyo session with the yield of one point eight two percent global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tech talk on Twitter power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts this is Bloomberg this was.

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