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"$130 billion" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:06 min | 4 months ago

"$130 billion" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Organization, NATO And and, of course, yeah, they got a member of the club again. I I gotta tell you, I'll take Trump any time I'd send Trump over there to deal with Putin any time to deal with the euro's anytime anytime. Also the front page of the Washington Post. You know, he got the Europeans to pay $130 billion more to the common defense, our European allies, our NATO allies who agreed to pay 2% of GDP and then they pay like 20.8%. And Trump finally said, Well, why is the American middle class and Middle Middle America continuing to pay hundreds of billions of dollars every year for the Europeans defense when they're not willing to pay what they have committed to pay? Now? That's the right thing to do. The media is always against the right thing to do because they're the left, you know, and that's whether they're for the left thing to do. It's like that. Also on the front page of The Washington Post today to anti Trump stories here. Well, actually this other ones and anti trump story to member of the club again. We send this dimwitted numbskull who wouldn't be allowed to drive his own car in the real world over there to negotiate on important issues, and he's going to come away with nothing for us, and the risk is, we'll get everything they want. You know, Honestly, Putin is getting everything you want, anyway. You know, he's a worthy adversary. Indeed, if only the guy we sent over where a worthy adversary then I'd be a lot happier about all of this, but it's an embarrassment. Honestly, uh, terribly embarrassing. The Biden the Biden administration. What a joke! What a joke. It is. So they're meeting in in Geneva, Switzerland, and probably will probably talk to Putin about gosh, don't you think we should ask the Chinese about that lab? Yes. Whatever. Whatever. Don't be ridiculous. You know, By the way, you know the United States. We've pulled our ambassador from Russia while back and so we have no ambassador in Russia, Russia pulled their ambassador from the United States. Um, you know, uh under, uh, Obama and Biden, Putin invaded Crimea that under Obama and Biden, Russia, according to all these people tampered in our 2016 election. That was on Biden and Obama's watch Obama and Biden's watch. It was on the watch of J. Edgar Comey and of John Penitentiary, Face Brennan at the CIA, and they say old age in well, we pay you guys trillions of dollars. To stop that sort of thing. Just in case you haven't noticed, And while Joe Biden was undermining energy independence here at home, driving the price of gasoline up and up and up and inflation up and up and up the price of everything up and up and up when fuel prices go up. He was he was cutting off the, uh, American pipelines, the Keystone XL pipeline and a second pipeline, cutting down energy leases on federal lands and in federal waters, Um, strangling us economically and in terms of energy. Now the Russians are massing troops on the border with Ukraine. By the Biden's family. Remember, Hunter Biden got $3.5 million from the the wife of the crooked mayor of Moscow. And all this is fine with our funny bloody news media. Absolutely fine. Just just amazing stuff. So under Obama, Biden, you know the record is just awful. Putin invaded Crimea. Now they're massing troops on Ukraine. And what does he do? He approves the Nord Stream €2 pipeline undermining NATO and NATO's independence from The country that NATO was was built to oppose. And now NATO was pandering to them and condemning Trump. I've got to tell you these euros these flaky, fruity euros we've had to keep in a box for years and years and years, my father, my father had to go over and win World War two for them, and my grandfather had to govern. Win World War one for them. Please. Here we go. And now we got Joe Biden over there at the front page of The Washington Post. The lead story. Upper right Corner front page A section emails reveal heat on justice. Election pressure from Trump allies. You mean that they wanted the Justice Department to look into allegations of Election Front and the Washington Post is against looking into allegations of election front. They're also against looking into allegations that the Wuhan red death came from the laboratory and Wuhan. China, which is called the Wuhan Institute of Urology, where they're studying. Coronavirus is and bat borne viruses. But you know, just a coincidence. I'm sure pay no attention. The next story. Also above the fold on the front page of The Washington Post is inside. Trump officials hunt for lab leak proof and this is an attack on them. I mean, this reminds me of the old quote attributed to Gandhi, but that he never uttered. First they ignore you. Then they mark you. Then they fight you. Then you win some variation on that. And and just there. The Washington Post continues. Yasmin, uh to Abu. Tell him And Shane Harris continue to argue against the lab league theory, which you have scientists all over the place. The legitimate ones, not the ones that are issuing death threats against the CDC director. I think those scientists should have their grant money taken away by the way, Um, inside, Trump officials hunt for lab leak proof. Well, isn't that perfectly appropriate? Isn't that exactly what should happen? Shouldn't we look to get to the bottom of where it came from? Aren't we trying to prevent it from happening again? Millions dead 600,000 deaths attributed to the Wuhan in the United States of America as of today, and The Washington Post has arguing against The Trump administration's efforts to get to the bottom of where it came from. How corrupt can you be? Honestly, man? Just extraordinary. They've also got the Washington Post piece written by Adam Schiff. With no sense of irony. The headline is the Justice Department Must be de politicized. What are you kidding me? Are you a magic? Just just extraordinary stuff and their lead editorials attacking Trump as well. They really have, You know an engorged problem with Trump there. That it's Trump Derangement syndrome on LSD. They're completely insane for the love of Mike Now was that before I go any further, there's something that I really want to get, too, because it's a very important story. Um And the story is that Hunter Biden Is now America's most important artists. Hunter Biden is he is he is a that did he major in art in college, and I think he measured in crack. In college if I'm not mistaken, but Hunter Biden is now um, the most successful artists in the United States America..

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"$130 billion" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:12 min | 4 months ago

"$130 billion" Discussed on KTOK

"And it's something that we always knew that was happening. Ultra rich Americans paying little to no taxes, even as their wealth was increasing. Propublica obtained IRS dad on the top 25 richest Americans. And how they maneuver the tax system by claiming very little taxable income, borrowing money or reporting investment losses, all to offset paying taxes for more on how billionaires like Jeff Bezoza, Elon Musk, Warren Buffett and others sometimes get away with paying zero in taxes. We'll speak to Jeff Ernst 1000 senior data reporter at Propublica. Our first story is about a very basic concept in some ways, which is that you and I, When we work to live, we're in wages or salary. Taxes are taken automatically out of our paychecks every month. The ultrawealthy are not in the tax system in the same way, so the bulk of their wealth as it grows its not tax until they choose to do something like, say self stock so they can accrue vast wealth which is really like the equivalent of income for us, um and not pay taxes on it. So you mentioned in some years, Billionaires have managed to pay nothing in federal income tax. Jeff Bezos paid no income taxes twice in 7 ¥24,011 Mosque paid nothing in 2018. And in recent years, and our investors George Sorros and Carl Icahn and Michael Bloomberg have all paid nothing in income taxes in some years, And so there's been a main finding were able to produce is that if you kind of take the entire group of the top 25 richest people in America And look at their wealth growth over the over a five year period. Um, and look at how much they paid in taxes. You get that they grew their wealth by $400 billion over the five years from 2014 to 2018 and paid only a fraction of it 3.4% in federal taxes during that time. And for comparison, you know the average sort of typical American who who takes summer wage pays about 14% on their income taxes in those years? Yeah, the disparity and all that is huge. And, you know, obviously, the big question comes. How do they get to do that? One of the couple of things that I see is a common theme, obviously, and you mentioned it right the income you have to report income to be able to be taxed on it. So a lot of times what these do is, you know, you report losses on investments or you borrow a lot of money. You don't have to pay income taxes on that stuff because it's not technically income. That's right. I mean, good example. Um, In terms of, um you're not taking income would be someone like Warren Buffett. Berkshire Hathaway sort of famously doesn't pay dividends. And so the stock price grows. Dividends aren't paid out. So Warren Buffett's not registering, you know, income for tax purposes on it. Um, And so he has a very low rate when you consider how much he paid in taxes, compared to how much as well so grown in recent years, which is tens of billions of dollars Going back to the other notion of, you know, borrowing large sums of money. We see a lot of these big companies, CEOs and everything. A lot of times they're saying, Hey, Well, I'm only going to take a $1 in my salary for this year and to a lot of people he was hearing that saying, Oh, well, they're you know, they're not cashing in all sorts of amounts of money, but you know, it just doesn't really work out that way. They're not taking that incomes on their not paying the taxes on that stuff, but they keep growing their wealth in other ways. That's exactly right. And you know, like with other assets you can borrow against wealth. Right? So in some sense, you know, folks who are, uh, the highest well threatened, they can borrow against things like shares of stock, which several of the folks in the top 25 did in the past decade or two. So And you sometimes see that come out actually, and disclosures from the SEC. So from that we know that Elon Musk, for example, borrowed tens of billions of dollars, Um, are pledged tens of billion dollars of of Tesla stock in order to borrow money. So even though it may not look like income, there's still a way there's still a way to access that value. And your findings and all of us, you guys were able tax. It's a lot of IRS information kind of raw information. And you were comparing that to other data that we have data from Forbes about how a lot of these people grew their wealth, and you came up with a new number, something that you guys were calling a true tax rate. Basically, they're increasing their wealth so much, but they only paid this amount in taxes. And when you look at that number I mean, that really kind of paints a picture of how much they're actually paying compared to all the money that they're making. Walk us through some of that. Yeah, so we did. We did two stories came out today. One was looking at the sort of traditional, uh, rates that that you that the IRS might publish, you know, income taxes divided by income, basically to get a year tax rate. Um, Interestingly, the ultra wealthy pay a relatively low rates as far as that's concerned as well because most of their Income is in the farm is in forms of income that are taxed a lower rate like capital gains. But it's not capturing the whole picture because you really have to take a look at how much they're able to really bring in and add to their buying power to their influence in society. Things like that that are influenced by your wealth. And when you take that picture when you look at the sort of unrealized gains as well as as traditional income You see that? It's a really small fraction for for them as a group in terms of what they pay in federal income taxes, and for some individuals, it's incredibly small. Walk us through some of those names because you mentioned Jeff Bezos, Warren Buffett. Elon Musk. Give us a few numbers if you can with how much they're really paying when you work it out this way. Yeah. So you go back to 2000 and six and you look at how much Jeff Bezos, for instance, Um, how much as well has gone up. They went up something on the order of, uh, you know, $130 billion And in that time he paid, uh, you know one. I think 1.4 billion in taxes, and it sounds like a lot. But when you sort of divide that by 130 billion, it's only about 1%. He's paying on his on his wealth growth, um, so it can be a strikingly low figure. It's actually even lower if you look at at Warren Buffett, who has very who takes very low income. And Warren Buffett been one of those proponents for higher taxes on the wealthy. I think you have great number in here, you know of these 25 top earners that you guys were able to look at their worth Rosa Collective $401 billion. This was from 2014 to 2018. They paid a total of $13.6 billion a lot of money, But when you put it all together, it's really only 3.4% of that amount of the amount that their wealth grew so very little in comparison there. Wanted to work in some of the discussion around taxes when it comes to politics and all that, because we've been hearing that from the Biden administration wanting to raise taxes on wealthier Americans, also on corporations that are making billions of dollars. You know, we've been hearing a lot about that. How does that work into this conversation? Mhm. Well, for, you know, decades, conversation about taxes has been kind of dominated by marginal tax rates. Right? Um, but those rates are only going to capture what happens when people do take income. Um And so, uh, you know some some folks who are in the, uh The top of the wealth distribution is really, uh what wealthy billionaires, Um you know they'll be affected to some degree by that, but it's not going to change much of the picture when we talk about how much the thing in taxes versus their wealth growth. Um Economists. Do you think that many economists think that, Uh, the corporate taxes are ultimately paid by by individual people. And if you distribute that most of that falls onto the Shareholders. So insofar as there's moves on the corporate tax rate that would be more likely to be sort of raising revenue, at least indirectly off of this group. You made mention in the article as well about taxes being paid after somebody passes away and how even then A lot of people's estates are able to skirt Paying a lot of the taxes and passing on that well to their errors and all of that stuff. Obviously, there's all sorts of loopholes all over the place. But that just kind of figures into all of this, even in death, people escape paying a lot of these taxes. Yeah, There's an entire industry around wealth management. And a lot of that is geared towards, um figure out how to minimize tax burden, right? Um, And so there are Complicated trust that you can set up. Um, if you are interested in trying to move a portion of your estate without having it, Um uh, end up being, you know, tax that the estate tax level when you when you pass on And a lot of these, you know, sort of trust are only accessible to people who are, you know, in the top top stratum, which is also who is affected by the estate tax course..

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"$130 billion" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:43 min | 5 months ago

"$130 billion" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Maternity and newborn care and more for details. Go to lean on Malina. Calm. Get the care. You need lean on Malina. John Monty with your next Cogan, who sent a real time update at 5 30. Oh clouds this morning, we'll clear to sunny skies by the afternoon inland but along the coast only partial clearing beaches up to 67 Today inland 78 the mountains 83 the desert sub to 101 degrees Right now downtown. We are cloudy and 62 Kogo news time is 5 22. It is time for news about your money Brought to you by bay alarm. If your security is not the best, you're not secure and let's head to the Bloomberg News desk and Mona Rivera last year was a bleak Gunning for start up companies as the pandemic took hold, But now we're gonna end up 2020 will be an all time record year or venture capital investment. David Spring is head of runway growth, one of many venture capital firms in Silicon Valley, which got big returns from the pandemic businesses that were in the enterprise tech world. Or even in consumer going online, you know, have done really well, not to mention the flaming hot healthcare space money dried up, though, for other industries, Obviously, if you're in a brick and mortar retail Or in the hospitality or hotel, business or travel. It's been really, really difficult start up investing in the U. S hit a record high of $130 billion in 2020 with no signs of a slowdown this year. Mona Rivera Bloomberg Radio. Today is the deadline for businesses to apply for a government covert relief loan. Congress renewed the Paycheck.

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Melinda Gates Reportedly Consulted With Divorce Lawyers Since 2019

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

Melinda Gates Reportedly Consulted With Divorce Lawyers Since 2019

"The split between Bill Melinda Gates, which was announced last week has been in the works. Apparently for some time. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Melinda Gates began consulting with divorce lawyers nearly two years ago. The couple hasn't said what prompted the divorce, But sources familiar with the billionaire couple say, Ah, concern for Miss Gates was her husband's dealings with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. Mr. Gates has only said in public that he has met with Epstein and doesn't have any business relationship or friendship with him. The couple has agreed to divide their assets. It's a fortune estimated at $130 Billion

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"$130 billion" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:43 min | 6 months ago

"$130 billion" Discussed on KOMO

"Girl was left alone with the abuser who escalated his assaults. And despite reports from school and others who were concerned, Robert says the state simply forgot about the child if anyone had bothered to check on her at any point. In her early teens, They would have noticed that she was pregnant. She gave birth to her first child at home at age 14. They would go on to have six Children, three of them girls, who were also sexually abused by the man. To the point when he suspected they were pregnant. He made sure they would lose the child. He has since died. The settlement pays the woman and her daughter's $16.5 million Carleen Johnson, come on news. We did reach out to the state Department of Children, Youth and Families for comment, And if we receive a response we will share that with you. Villa Melinda Gates are starting to divide up there. $130 billion fortune details from Cuomo's Greg her short The Wall Street Journal reports Bill Gates, his investment firm transferred $1.8 billion worth of stock to Melinda Gates as the couple ends there. 27 year marriage regulatory filings show. The shares of Canadian National Railway stock were worth about $1.5 billion and shares of AutoNation were worth about 300 million in their joint petition for the end of their marriage. The couple said they had already divided their marital assets, although details of that were not disclosed in the documents filed in King County Superior Court, Greg her shoulder Co. Moh news Time to check with Cuomo's Erik Hines with the beacon plumbing sports desk. Seahawks Legion of Boom is long gone, but a founding member could return to the V. Mac. Richard Sherman is a free agent after playing the past three seasons with the 40 Niners. When asked about a reunion with the Seahawks, Sherman tells ESPN is first take never say never different to the good old days. You know, there's two people that are here from the Legion of Boom, but You know, it's always in the cards. I spend my entire off season in Seattle. That's why I live this for my family is no word on any pending contract offer from CSX general manager John Schneider after the Mariners were no hit by the Orioles Wednesday begin a five game road trip. The EMS finished their most recent home stand with a three and three mark and now travel to Arlington for three games serious with the Texas Rangers. Before moving on to L. A to play two games with the Dodgers. Game one is Friday at five or five P.m. and the Sounders will be on the road this weekend as well as they visit Portland on Sunday. The rave green are currently in first in the MLS West Game Time noon on ABC. Sports attendant 40 minutes past the hour. Americans coma news Family separated at the U. S. Southern border continued to be reunited. Baby sees Cecilia Vega reports This'll mother Ma Bell among the thousands of parents forcibly separated from their Children under the Trump administration, zero tolerance policy. She.

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"$130 billion" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:15 min | 6 months ago

"$130 billion" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Patchy fog will take longer to clear each day into the weekend coast Up to 68 Today, Inland 77 the mountains 73 the deserts up to 97 Right now, downtown way are cloudy and 62 degrees. Coco News time is 6 42. We're continuing to follow this developing story out of the South Bay were two Children have died after a fire ripped through their Chula Vista home New this hour. We're learning. The family had some pets in the home. Family dog was saved. While at least one of the cats died in that fire. It started about 12 30. This morning, The dad tried to put out the fire with a garden hose. But he was injured and his burns could be Pretty severe, which we're hearing this morning He was taken to the hospital to be treated now the mother did survive, but the Children were pronounced dead at the scene. There is no word yet on how this fire started, and we will continue to bring you more information as we get it. Federal authorities. Air hoping possible victims of child exploitation from a former preschool teacher will come forward after he was recently convicted Homeland security investigations had 29 year old Paul Torres he menaced They, like Cuesta pleaded guilty last month to distribution of images of minors engaged in sexually explicit Conduct. A tourist was arrested in June 2020 on suspicion of trading child sex materials through online chat groups. He was taken into custody while working at my room to go preschool in Palais. But he was previously employed a 12 different schools across the county. In some capacity, officials are asking anyone who's had previous contact with tourists or has had any information related to the investigation to contact Homeland security. Two American men have been convicted of murdering an Italian police officer during a drug deal gone wrong to U. S citizens were found guilty of murdering an Italian police officer two years ago. A jury in Rome return the guilty verdicts Wednesday against 21 year old Finnigan Elder and his 20 year old friend, Gabriel Natali. Hjorth. Prosecutors had said Elder stabbed the officer 11 times with a knife he brought with him on his trip. And his friend helped him hide the weapon in their hotel room. The Americans said they acted in self defense thinking. Two plainclothes police officers were attempting to rob them during a botched drug deal. Both were sentenced to life in prison but can be eligible for parole in 21 years. That's rich. Dennison reporting. Researchers present their findings after looking at the relationship between race and exposure to pollution. A recent study says people of color in America take more air pollution into their bodies than white people do. That's because the study says people of color are exposed to more air pollution than white Americans. The study notes that disproportionate numbers of blacks, Hispanics and Asians were exposed to more fine particle pollution from nearly all major U. S emission sources, regardless of their residents. Or income. Another recent analysis shows people of color also face exposure to benzene from air pollution because they live close to oil and gas refineries that chemical has been linked to cancer. Bill and Melinda Gates are starting to divvy up there. $130 billion. Fortune reports say that Bill Gates investment firm has already transferred $1.8 billion worth of stock to Melinda since their divorce was announced on Monday. A couple opted for a separation contract rather than a pre nup, But the terms of the agreement have not been released. The couple was married for 27 years and have three Children. Mark Mayfield, a new arm in Africa, has her hands full really full after what could be a record breaking birth. The health Ministry in the West African nation of Molly says a woman has given birth to nine babies. A rare delivery of no new puts. The government says ultrasounds had suggested Halima si se was expecting seven Children. Only for surgeons to find another two When the babies were delivered by Cesarean section. The operation was carried out in Morocco. The five girls, four boys and their 25 year old mother are also to be doing well. Well, That's Simon Owen reporting. All right here. The stories trending this morning 54%.

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"$130 billion" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:49 min | 6 months ago

"$130 billion" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Bill's sponsors have agreed to name the Bill. The Amah, Joe Garcia Haynes Early Childhood Act. Wallace, the governor hopes having this department will consolidate services and eliminate duplication of services. Voters overwhelmingly approved Universal pre K last November. Leticia Stock appearing unwilling to have two public defenders, reappointed to handle her defense and first degree murder charges. She received permission to defend yourself in February after sharing with El Paso County judge that she didn't trust her current attorney, But then she seemed to lose interest in acting as your own counsel, asked the court to maybe give her another lawyer in the process. A judge told stock yesterday. She will have another hearing next week to determine if there are grounds to allow this to happen. Stock is awaiting trial in the disappearance and death of her stepson, Gannon last year. Bill and Melinda Gates are starting to divvy up there more than $130 billion. Fortune reports say that Bill Gates investment firm has already transferred $1.8 billion worth of stock to Melinda. Since their divorce was announced on Monday, a couple often for a separation contract rather than a pre nup, But the terms of the agreement have not been released. The couple was married for 27 years and have three Children. Mark Mayfield. It looks like Marvel fans won't have to wait a long as originally thought for the upcoming highly anticipated Loki series. On Wednesday, Marvel shared an announcement that they looks like many of their films with the superhero montage. However, Tom Hiddleston interrupted and said he can't help but feel like Loki is always left out of the montage is, despite his admirable traits, Thomas Alston Well, his revealed Loki will come out every Wednesday instead of every Friday as marble Syria. Another Marvel series means we do not have the debut on June 9th instead of the 11th on Disney, plus family members that will watch that religiously done right. Home improvements brings us that look at news this half hour. You're up to date +607 as we.

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"$130 billion" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:47 min | 6 months ago

"$130 billion" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"All right. 6 47 news Ready? Wait, 40 w H A s. As you know, Bill and Melinda Gates are getting a divorce. Melinda, saying that the marriage has been irretrievably broken way may know why they have the Daily Mail has a By raising story about the two they apparently Bill and Melinda Gates had a decades long agreement. At the Microsoft boss could vacation for a long weekend at the beach every year with his venture capitalist ex girlfriend. Her name is and wind glad. They get into the eighties but broke up in 1987. The same year he met future wife, Melinda. And was reporting more ready for marriage. Then Billa's he worked day and night to build his billion dollar Microsoft empire anyway. According to the Daily Mail. The odd arrangement raises eyebrows. Now that one of the richest couples in the world are going their separate ways. After 27 years in building Ah $130 billion fortune. Apparently, they met every year for a long weekend bill and and at her beach house on the outer Banks of North Carolina. Reminds me of that was that stupid movie in the seventies. Same time next year, Helen bursting and Alan Alda, where they met for once Your tricks is really the things you don't know maybe the things we shouldn't have, but was either one of them married in the movie. Yes, They were both married in the movie people supposedly adults from the seventies. They're weird way had to weird moves it almost. I don't know if it's the Norman Lear. Um piece or not. Back there anyway, You know that's kind of the way she's so it's plain. So is Glenda blaming this run David this yearly Ron debut on the reason for the separation. She agreed to it well, so she's not blaming it. Not necessarily be this'd just something they did that they It sounds like this. We don't know if this was apparently there was a We don't know if this was a part of it. We don't know if this was part of the reason for the divorce. We'll never find that on. Honestly, it's probably none of our business. Probably hidden, but it's out there and they the agreement and, you know well, evidently others do If Ellen all they made a movie about it in the seventies. Oh, gosh, There's I saw that movie one time off. You'll let him with. First we had Earth day for the people. They couldn't find their own place on Earth. And then there's everybody was doing so much dope in those days, according to Lewis, Black and now I'm finding out that adults in the seventies would rendezvous with past girlfriends with the approval of their significant others know they weren't approved. The significant others never knew it. It's okay. So wait a minute. So the movie they never with Alan, although they never know. But Melinda Bill Gates had an agreement that he could basically do the daily mail. Okay, God. Okay. All right, anyway, wait by the way, he got permission by said girlfriend and to marry Melinda. What? I'm not dad on Judge. People did it. Hey, if that's your cup of tea is no simple up drinking, Do what? Everything I do. I guess I'm I'm not America. We woke Aitor. It's 10 away from seven Kentucky this morning news. Scotty has sports coming your way. Also, tell me, Howard isn't really coming up. No place like a cowboy, please. In the time like a couple of time in the way like the cowboy way. Have a gavel I can today. Yeah, when you're all that whole crowd boys contained that cowboy ground way like the cowboy way have a cab candidate here. Like to have a big time. Try the new Big Sky Burger. Every Rogers restaurants. It's a quarter pound burger.

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"$130 billion" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:41 min | 6 months ago

"$130 billion" Discussed on 710 WOR

"To today. Bill and Melinda Gates. What the hell is that? Really all about? We'll break it down for him. What about this vaccine? Hesitancy? I think it's caused by Joe Biden will explain why also, Governor Cuomo, you gotta love this guy. If you're ever in a position where you're in trouble, and you gotta lie, study him. We'll go over the Cuomo lying techniques and and how they work, and they will get to a Rudy and the attempt by the Biden goons to Frame Rudy Giuliani will, it will go over the case. Well, it's not really a case. Whatever the hell it is, we'll go. We'll go over to a little later, Bill and Melinda Gates have been married 27 years they're getting divorced. They said the They always have these statements. I don't understand. We're no longer able to grow together, Joe part that I'm not married. You're married. What the hell does that mean? Grow grow together, You're not able to grow together. Something happened, But they're not saying I I'm not quite sure which one caused the break. Okay, but in this is where we worked very hard the last couple years to again. I've heard the married couple. You really gotta work out. You have to work it again. I'm not married. What does that mean? You gotta work. You gonna put up with a lot of crap? Well, OK. No, that's from the beginning. Work at it. What does that mean? You go to a counselor, or you sit there. You talk to each other and try to work at it. I guess I don't know. I have never been to counseling. Fortunately so well, you're a normal person with your perfect marriage will be married forever. But You gotta wonder about yourself and you got 130 billion and your wife is leaving yet they each have their own private jet, So that's fine. Very convenient. Well, Now, here's the thing. He didn't have a pre nup. But apparently they've been working on this for a while. Because about a year or two ago, they put together a separation contract, which is basically the same as a pre nup. You're just doing it while you're married, so they very carefully hammered out a separation contract. Now there's a lot of stuff to separate this $130 billion. Washington is where they live, and that state is one of the five states with that community property. So that would split that up. If he were to lose this fascinating gates has 130 billion Think about this if he were to lose half his money. He's still the 17th richest person on Earth. That's pretty amazing, isn't it? Yeah. Remember, remember based on Scott Bushey felt badges, you'll lose half his fortune half his fortune and what she did. Look what happened Now, now he's back up till like 180 billion already with half his fortune gun, So they got this a big deal of this or this working this out. This is the biggest separation agreement ever. They got lots of stuff. They have five houses. Now the main house they live in. Some people are saying, Well, you know the pandemic your lockdown. You're stuck together in a house. Gonna be very tough. The main house is 66,000 square feet. Yeah, Kids have grown there out of the house. So that's 33,000 square feet for person. That's how big is that that's like it's like half a city. Yeah, that's like bigger than Grand Central Station. So if you can't separate, get your own space there. They said that you know they want their own space. They got like six houses. He just bought a house last year, actually, from someone I know, and it's in a beach house and Del Mar. Which San Diego del Mar the beach house. Was $43 million for the Peach House. So there's a lot of money and it's not just that he has a lot of planes, airplanes jets. And cars. You know, he's got his own trains. He's a trained lover. There was this big thing traveling by train. Uh, you've never thought about this, but before the private jet, you know if you were a million years ago, if you were a Rockefeller back in the late 18 hundreds And you were a zillionaire. What did you do that when you had your own private train? It was like a private train. You take you by a couple of train cars have them luxuriously decorated like beautiful living rooms and bedrooms inside and you have your own train and you travel the country by private train. Well, Bill Gates has been doing this in recent years. Now. How do you do that? You have toe have somebody work out with the However, the train companies are to clear some track for you so you can travel. Let's see you want to go from Seattle to California. They have to clear track so you could take your private train all the way. She doesn't this sound like a real waste of time. Exactly. You gotta jet. Go fly there. Stop bothering everybody with all this nonsense, So they got three law firms working on this separation contract. One of them is Warren Buffett's partner, Charlie Munger. Is law firm Buffet and Gates. Very, very close. They're like brothers, so he's been helping out on this. We'll get this all worked out. And then what'll they do. Your e kind of. She's what you'd expect from a Bill Gates wife. She's not that glamorous. Uh, Dazzling sort of It was kind of She looks like Bill Gates. So, but now she'll have 75 billion and that changes things a little so a lot of people will be after her, and I'm gonna look a whole lot nicer. Yeah. You look great. Uh, you know, you might say, Well, that Basil. She's not the most handsome guy is worth 100 80 billion He's handsy looks better than George Clooney already. So the gates daughter on her, Instagram said. The last couple years have been very challenging for them. But it just goes to show you could have 130 billion and nine houses and 12 planes and it's still very challenging. What's the challenge? I still look such again. You're married. I'm not married. What's so challenging? I can't imagine it must get I mean, for most husbands, I guess, Whatever the challenge, they just learned to live, it just becomes part of your life. Right? It's and with the 66,000 Square foot home, you can find some You know, personal space. Yeah. 66,000 Square feet. She probably doesn't see the guy for weeks on end. And, uh, look at the guy. What could be the challenge? Doesn't does He look like it makes a lot of noise, or, uh, it was partying too much. What? How hard it is to live with this guy. What does he do on the computer and once a week changes his sweater, and that's it..

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"$130 billion" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:53 min | 6 months ago

"$130 billion" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Newman, primary care physician still hoping to get covert vaccine supplies for his patients says not to panic of the U. S. Isn't able to reach her immunity. He increased contagiousness of the Corona virus variants means the target herd immunity threshold is 80%. Dr Cecil Bennett is doubtful. We'll reach it. You already see the numbers are going down. We're not even have 40% yet nationally in terms of total people vaccinated, But he expects Cove, It can become a manageable threat. Even if 30 40% of the population still are not vaccinated or have natural immunity, just based on the fact that they would more likely survive Cove. It We can live with that. Bennett says hospitalizations and deaths would be comparable to flu. Veronica Waters, 95.5 WSB The Dunwoody Art Festival returns this Mother's Day weekend after a year long hiatus because of the Corona virus pandemic, The event will be held. It broke run park this year to allow for more social distancing and outdoor space attendees will be required to wear masks. The social distancing will be enforced. Festival vendors will also holding the online marketplace through the 14th Bill and Melinda Gates are calling it quits after 27 years of marriage to say they have Come to this decision. After a great deal of thought and work on their relationship, they say they no longer believe they can grow together as a couple in the next phase of their lives. Correspondence E. Futterman reports Bill Gates is the fourth richest person in the world worth approximately $130 billion. The financial details of the divorce are not yet known. Major study looks for a link between tech use and teen depression and fails to find it. The Oxford University researchers say they found no association between tech use and mental health issues among 430,000 U. S and U K Kids Age 10 to 15. Their study was based on 28 years worth of data examining TV viewing. Social media use and device used, responded. Vicki Barker says the findings were based on self reporting of kids tech habits. Double DS produced time. 7 25. Let's check Weather and traffic. Today's forecast.

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Did Australia Get Its Vaccine Strategy Right?

Drive with Rafael Epstein

02:17 min | 6 months ago

Did Australia Get Its Vaccine Strategy Right?

"Government government was was thinking thinking about about spending spending as as much much as as $130 billion on job caper. Turns out they did not end up needing to spend that much by the parameters they had set themselves. But in that context $130 billion. It's a massive program never spent that much. At the same time in the middle of last year. There are obviously contemplating how much to spend on a vaccine. We end up spending about $3.3 billion right now, we don't have the vaccines that we would like to have in the rollout has Bean slowed. Is this hindsight? Or is it pertinent criticism during government today Announcing $50 million a lot less 50 million, as opposed to billions to help potentially make an Emory in a vaccine here. We didn't spend money on making those here. Last year. In announcing that money today, the acting premier James Molina, was pretty pointed He was essentially saying the federal government should have done this 12 months ago. Side said. I'm very placed two unanswered. The injuries government will be providing $50 million to kick start the establishment off on shore manufacturing off Marina vaccine right here in Victoria. 12 months ago would have been the best time to have done this. The next best time is right now. Right now, we need to do this. This time would have been 12 months ago, according to the state labor government. We picked four vaccines. One of them fell over. That was the one of the University of Queensland. We picked one to make here. That was the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine. That's kind of you, mate and he's being made by CSL. Should we have been preparing to make another one here? The government argues that the CSL vaccine the one they're going to make the Oxford AstraZeneca was further down the line. It had been used our bit. It's on the basis. It's technology is the basis for any bowl of accent. I think it's technology has also been used. To vaccinate wild animals against righties. The federal government's argument has always been that the Marine a vaccines like flies is one he's and was more experimental. They'd wait the

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White House says teacher vaccinations not required for schools to reopen

Sean Hannity

00:37 sec | 8 months ago

White House says teacher vaccinations not required for schools to reopen

"Halpern is live at the White House. Vaccinated teachers is not a prerequisite for schools to reopen full time, White House press secretary Jen Psaki says, reiterating President Biden's desire for most students to return to the classroom during his 1st 100 days in office. He knows that schools across the country need funding to Satisfied some of the mitigation steps that are recommended in the CDC guidelines. President Biden's nearly $2 Trillion Cupid relief proposal does include $130 billion for schools. The administration is also investing more than a billion dollars to expand covert testing for elementary and middle schools, increased production of testing materials.

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"$130 billion" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:18 min | 8 months ago

"$130 billion" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"You think that ends starting on Monday morning, 100. I got a bridge over the Tigris River. You could by being banned from Twitter is not a small thing, not a man. You know, we can have a debate about censorship, which I think is deal concerning in this country. But Think most Republicans air glad Twitter has banned him and hope that they continue to do so. 145 Republicans stood with this. Cheney s O wasn't like they stood with Marjorie Taylor Greene. It wasn't like they stood with the Freedom Caucus folks on that issue. They stood with this Cheney 145 Let me challenge you a little bit, If if is, Rahm said Pursuing bipartisanship is a character issue for Joe Biden. Where could he do that? In a way that would be acceptable to you? Another progressive, You know, it starts with Colbert Relief. Don't know why we continue to pretend like Republicans and Democrats aren't suffering under the weight of this this package, so for when Republicans to come in and lowball that offer when their folks they're suffering, too, That should have been your fine. We should've passed that dollars already a compromised position here. You have idea that they asked the level Let's start with that, and it's a billion has tribute. Here's Here's My thing should be. This is not any other than the 1.9. It's not. It's not an either or and that's my point. You could Cindy McCain. Let's be real Cindy McCain as in a bath. Great minimum wage is not gonna make it through reconciliation. I don't think a $15 should just sit on the side of the road, put it with some small business things that Republicans and put it on floor. You're going to get bipartisanship and the public will be happy with progress and progress goes to Joe Biden's credit card. Democrats are already negotiating our own position on $15 an hour. Unfortunately, we only the Republican do that, because that is bloated. It's fat. It should fail here. Is there Reality. Think about it. There's $130 billion for school re opening and the teachers union, you know, basically shoved it to bite and said no, So we're not going to give $130 billion public schools that are going to open in the family and the CDC says you don't have to. The CDC says that the schools could have reopened two months ago, and the only reason they didn't in my state in other states is because of the teachers union, saying they don't want to go back. And you know who that's her pretty Current events, Anybody else area moving kids money, not images, just that their lives to make sure kids they educated through this band, and they're not are putting themselves at risk. Kids. They're not being educated in this circle happened tonight, Communication Workers grocery store. We're still doing this work on the teachers need to go back to work, too. That's right. That's what this guy is The guy. The guy loading my produce at the hearing for market could go back to work a teacher and go back and start teaching in urban kids are failing our urban foul of the sciences. Scratching intentionally or you don't come back at you. He joins us live next. Thank you all very much. It's great to have you back. George. She spend radio. We're listening to ABC this week. They're roundtable Guests today include former Republican governor of New Jersey. Chris Christie, former Democratic mayor of Chicago. Rahm Emanuel. Sara Fagen, Republican strategist, and Yvette Simpson, CEO of Democracy now. He signed the final contracts for 100 million more Moderna on 100 million.

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"$130 billion" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

03:22 min | 9 months ago

"$130 billion" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Nation's top public health agency said today that in person schooling can resume safely with masks, social distancing and other strategies and mandated vaccinations of teachers should not be required before schools reopened. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's road map for getting students back to classrooms had been highly anticipated. But it's guidance is just that the agency cannot force schools to reopen. And agency officials were careful to say they're not calling for a mandate that all U. S schools be reopened Cape if they, Sam Arnold reports. The CDC released new guidelines advising that K through 12. Schools can resume in person learning if they implement universal and correct mask wearing hand washing and physical distancing. Cleaning of facilities and contact tracing notably absent from the recommendations were guidelines that educators should be vaccinated before returning to in person learning. The guidelines also did not specifically recommend testing for the virus as part of their strategy. The recommendations, said Vaccination of teachers, while important was not a prerequisite for reopening, according to the CDC. Evidence suggests that many K through 12 schools that have strictly implemented mitigation strategies have been able to safely open for in person instruction and remain open. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky emphasized that local governments should consider community transmission levels when deciding when and how to open schools in their area. With the release of this operational strategy. CDC is not mandating that school's re opened Thies recommendations simply provides schools a long needed road map for how to do so safely under different levels of disease in the community. The evidence cited by the CDC suggests that in person learning has not been identified as a substantial driver of covert 19 community spread. A New York Times survey of 175 pediatric disease experts found that most experts agreed it was safe to open in person learning with 86% of experts surveyed, saying they do not believe vaccines are necessary to reopening. President Biden, an ally of unions, has faced mounting pressure to stick to his promise of reopening schools within his 1st 100 days. Teachers unions supported by them for president, but say that resource is must be in place to fund all the mitigation measures recommended by the CDC. Becky Pringle is the president of the National Education Association. Speaking on C Span, she said that Wisconsin schools cited in CDC research that had reopened successfully were provided with ample funding to put mitigation measures in place. No schools that reopen there. They have sizable donation from a private foundation. To provide the additional resources so all the students and educators had mass. They had small class size and so they could socially distance they had testing available. They had people to do the tracing and they were working with educators to think about how they could bring those soon's back safely. We have to have all of those measures in place. Biden has pledged $130 billion to help schools update buildings by protective gear and enact other recommended safety measures as part of the coronavirus relief package he is hoping to pass in the coming weeks.

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CDC issues first national strategy to help schools reopen safely

Pacifica Evening News

03:22 min | 9 months ago

CDC issues first national strategy to help schools reopen safely

"Nation's top public health agency said today that in person schooling can resume safely with masks, social distancing and other strategies and mandated vaccinations of teachers should not be required before schools reopened. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's road map for getting students back to classrooms had been highly anticipated. But it's guidance is just that the agency cannot force schools to reopen. And agency officials were careful to say they're not calling for a mandate that all U. S schools be reopened Cape if they, Sam Arnold reports. The CDC released new guidelines advising that K through 12. Schools can resume in person learning if they implement universal and correct mask wearing hand washing and physical distancing. Cleaning of facilities and contact tracing notably absent from the recommendations were guidelines that educators should be vaccinated before returning to in person learning. The guidelines also did not specifically recommend testing for the virus as part of their strategy. The recommendations, said Vaccination of teachers, while important was not a prerequisite for reopening, according to the CDC. Evidence suggests that many K through 12 schools that have strictly implemented mitigation strategies have been able to safely open for in person instruction and remain open. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky emphasized that local governments should consider community transmission levels when deciding when and how to open schools in their area. With the release of this operational strategy. CDC is not mandating that school's re opened Thies recommendations simply provides schools a long needed road map for how to do so safely under different levels of disease in the community. The evidence cited by the CDC suggests that in person learning has not been identified as a substantial driver of covert 19 community spread. A New York Times survey of 175 pediatric disease experts found that most experts agreed it was safe to open in person learning with 86% of experts surveyed, saying they do not believe vaccines are necessary to reopening. President Biden, an ally of unions, has faced mounting pressure to stick to his promise of reopening schools within his 1st 100 days. Teachers unions supported by them for president, but say that resource is must be in place to fund all the mitigation measures recommended by the CDC. Becky Pringle is the president of the National Education Association. Speaking on C Span, she said that Wisconsin schools cited in CDC research that had reopened successfully were provided with ample funding to put mitigation measures in place. No schools that reopen there. They have sizable donation from a private foundation. To provide the additional resources so all the students and educators had mass. They had small class size and so they could socially distance they had testing available. They had people to do the tracing and they were working with educators to think about how they could bring those soon's back safely. We have to have all of those measures in place. Biden has pledged $130 billion to help schools update buildings by protective gear and enact other recommended safety measures as part of the coronavirus relief package he is hoping to pass in the coming weeks.

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"$130 billion" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:29 min | 9 months ago

"$130 billion" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Time and during three And our area. Some school district's made the call to cancel classes due to today's wintry weather. Both Bandeira and Blanco. Iast er closed today as well as hunting curve. Il Iast ease comfort Iast. He also said it would not host school on campus or remotely Lakey and seven Elias D's are delaying the start of classes by two hours. House impeachment managers have ended their arguments. And now former President Trump's legal team gets their turn. The prosecution has rested its Trump's turn. Now, after House managers spent two days making the case that the former president is guilty of incitement and remains a threat. Trump's legal team will deliver a defense today and look for them to focus on the four presidents language in that before the ride. Employers met with GOP senators Grand cruise and lead to discuss strategy last night As Cruz says the Democrats have failed to prove their case. Democratic senators, meantime, have discussed in recent weeks that if they cannot secure the 67 votes needed to convict Trump and bar him from holding office and a subsequent simple majority vote. They might invoke the 14th amendment of the Constitution to do the same, but 10 Republicans would have to join in the action of all 50 Democrats remain onboard for it to pass new revelations air coming to light regarding former President Trump's battle with coronavirus. The New York Times reports that Trump was more ill than what was made public when he was infected. Apparently it got to the point where medical personnel thought the former president would require a ventilator before being transferred to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Coronavirus put Trump in the hospital for a few days in October of last year, The CDC will release guidelines today on reopening schools in the U. S. The guidelines are expected to recommend protective masks, social distancing proper hygiene and building ventilation and could also address whether teachers need vaccinations. President Biden has vowed to reopen schools within the 1st 100 days in office. He's also proposed $130 billion for school re openings in his covert relief bill. Ta commissioner Mike McGrath says Texas students and remote learning will not be required to take the star test. McGrath says the state is proceeding with the standardized state of Texas assessments of academic readiness test because schools use it to gauge students. Learning students who take the test will have to do so in person. But Maria says the state does not have the logistical ability to do the star test remotely. Parents concerned about setting the remote learning kids to school are allowed to opt out. Well, fake meat has declared a price war on big cow, Andrew O'Dea. Bloomberg has this and focus report. And its effort to get you to say something other than beef is what's for dinner. The plant based protein business is trying to cut into beef sales by cutting its own prices were betting that eventually we're gonna have to price at the same prices. Commodity based thief Dennis Woodside is president of plant based meat alternative maker Impossible Foods, which is just cut it suggested grocery store prices 20%. He wants them even lower right now. Even with these price reductions were in the range of organic grass fed beef, which is a good market, But the vast majority, the market is price lower than that. What side says with increased production comes the ability to further decrease prices. And he explains why he doesn't consider impossible's main rival to be beyond meets or other plant based companies are businesses not growing. These people are switching from other plant based products. 80% of our consumers are switching from another animal meat product insured. We absolutely are competing with the cowl. I'm Andrew Rhodey Bloomberg Business for.

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"$130 billion" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:06 min | 9 months ago

"$130 billion" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"No longer in office. The Maryland Democrat argued that the senators already put that constitutional issue to bed by voting on it the very first day of the trial. Democratic senators have discussed in recent weeks that if they cannot secure the 67 votes needed to convict Trump and bar him from holding office in a subsequent simple majority vote. That they might invoke the 14th amendment of the constitution to do the same, but 10 Republicans would have to join in the action of all 50 Democrats remain onboard for it to pass. Meantime, new revelations air coming to light regarding former President Trump's battle with coronavirus. The New York Times reports that Trump was more ill than what was made public when he was infected. Apparently it got to the point where medical personnel thought the former president would require a ventilator before being transferred to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Coronavirus put Trump in the hospital for a few days in October of last year, The CDC will release guidelines today on reopening schools in the U. S. The guidelines are expected to recommend protective mass social distancing proper hygiene and building ventilation and could also address whether teachers need vaccinations. President Biden has vowed to reopen schools within his 1st 100 days in office. He is also proposed $130 billion for school re openings in his covert relief bill. We'll fake meat has declared a price war on big cow Andrew O'Dea, Bloomberg has is in focus report in its effort to get you to say something other than beef is What's for dinner. The plant based protein business is trying to cut into beef sales by cutting its own prices were betting that eventually we're gonna have to price The same crisis. Commodity based thief Dennis Woodside is president of plant based meat alternative maker Impossible Foods, which is just cut it suggested grocery store prices 20% He wants them even lower right now. Even with these price reductions were in the range of organic grass fed beef, which is a good market, But the vast majority, the market is price lower than that. What science says with increased production comes the ability to further decrease prices. And he explains why he doesn't consider impossible's main rival to be beyond meets or other plant based companies are businesses not growing. These people are switching.

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"$130 billion" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:51 min | 11 months ago

"$130 billion" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"0077876 thistles Dave Logan for the law offices of Dan Caplis, a serious law firm for serious cases. 6 42 business and Money News as we check in again with pat soon we get a new look at the nation's unemployment lines, and they are still long and they grew by quite a bit longer. Last week, the Labor Department says 853,000 Americans While first time claims for unemployment benefits last week, the projection was 710,000. This number combined with last week's jobs report for November show a definite slowdown in hiring stock futures point to read numbers. When we hear the financial opening market Bell today, investors were getting impatient with Congress and the never ending failure to get a covert 19 relief deal done. The head of the small Business Administration says there is still some money in the paycheck protection program, but it won't last long in August. Exactly August 8th. The P P P program was closed. We have over $130 billion remaining in the fund, and we're answers for Congress to be Negotiating another P P p program so that our small businesses will be able to weather the storm Vida Karan's on the Fox Business Network. Today, the Paycheck protection program provided business loans that could be forgiven if the money was used to keep workers on the payroll. Oil prices are up. His traders find to some encouragement in the UK rollout of the Corona virus vaccine. International benchmark Brent crude is up 54 cents a barrel, West Texas Intermediate crude is up 48 cents. At some point, the airlines expect to see long lines of people back at the airports. Some of the longest lines are for gate agents and customer service kiosk standing various problems. Now the biggest player of Denver's airport as a way to skip that line, United Airlines is out with Agent on demand. This is an apt feature that allows customers to talk to a real life customer service rep.

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"$130 billion" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"$130 billion" Discussed on KOMO

"Swiss Guard, which serves as the military, a Vatican city in Rome, have tested positive for covert 19. The Vatican press office says The four guards are all experiencing symptoms and are in isolation. The Vatican is working to verify who has been in direct contact with them. Come on, Whose time now, 9, 16 and President Trump blaming House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for the now months long delays in Congress's next round of stimulus legislation with more I'm joined by ABC isn't as delicate Terra and as Good morning. What's the latest here? Hey there, Tom to the White House, changing its approach once again, trying amore piecemeal approach, Given that they're having such a hard time passing a broader Corona virus relief bill, the administration had come up with a $1.8 trillion proposal that was shot down by members of both parties. So now the White House is pushing for immediate action. On a smaller measure. You had White House chief of staff Mark Meadows and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, sending Congress a letter on Sunday. They were asking lawmakers to pass legislation that would allow the administration to redirect unused funds from the paycheck protection program. You'll remember that with a programme that was meant to help small businesses recovered from the pandemic, it turns out. It's estimated there still about $130 billion of unused funding left over in that program, and the White House is now trying to access those fun But worth noting, though it's unlikely the proposal will will pass the house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi and House Democrats in general have rejected these kind of stand alone bills. All right, let's switch gears here. The Senate today, kicking off several days of confirmation hearings for Judge Amy Cockney Barrett, the president's Supreme Court nominee. What's the latest there? Those a A actually just broke for lunch. When it comes to that hearing. It's proving to be already Aiken touches here, and you have a number of senators giving their opening statements with Democrats and Republicans, each accusing the other side of politicizing the confirmation process. Democrats have been calling on Republicans to focus instead on the Corona virus released bill questioning why Republicans are pushing ahead with this confirmation and arguing that Republicans shouldn't said be focused. On passing economic relief on Republicans accusing Democrats of being hypocrites and and also politicizing the issue. We're noting a big kind of headline out of today's What Senator Mike Lee of Utah who was just that was diagnosed with covert 19 a couple weeks ago. Now he's freshly out of quarantine. He did appear in person at this hearing after seeing his position had cleared him to attend, all right. And as thanks as always, for the updates, that's a B, C's and as delicate terra. In Washington couple news time now, 9 18 hospitalizations from covert 19 have hit their highest points recently throughout the Midwest. But that's not the message coming from a number of Republican governors in the region. Shelly Adler has more. Oklahoma's governor has been upbeat about progress against the virus. Despite what figures compiled by public health expert show North Dakota's governor has called the state's positivity rate of about 7% in achievement. Even though that rate of new cases tops the nation in Arkansas, a group of Republican lawmakers we're suing to invalidate a vast mandate and other directives imposed by the governor. Most of the Midwest Republican governors where the virus is worsening, have even refused to Nak statewide mass restrictions or have been rolling back restrictions imposed due to the pandemic. I'm surely Adler in Louisiana police outside of Baton Rouge responded to a call from locals, saying a school bus had been stolen Sunday morning. NBC's Todd and.

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Mnuchin Urges Congress to PassMore Stimulus Funding

Sean Hannity

00:59 min | 1 year ago

Mnuchin Urges Congress to PassMore Stimulus Funding

"Still unable to agree on a new Corona virus stimulus package, the financial benefits Tens of millions of Americans began to depend on are now locked away by a political stalemate. But Secretary or Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says a new package could be on the way as early as next week, Mnuchin testified before the House Select subcommittee on Or about paycheck protection funding. We have over $130 billion left in PPP, which I believe if Congress was willing to take up a standalone action to repurpose this money for additional funds. I believe this would pass with overwhelming support in the House and the Senate and I would encourage the House. To move forward with that House. Democrats passed a $3 trillion comprehensive measure in May, and Senate Republicans unveiled their own trillion dollar proposal in late July. Neither side has been willing to budge on how much money should be in the bill, and that's created the gridlock.

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"$130 billion" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"$130 billion" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"America's soul. He is the destroyer of America's jobs. I have given the chance he will be the destroyer. Of American greatness. For 47 years, Joe Biden. Took the donations of blue collar workers. Gave them hugs and even kisses. And told them he felt their pain. And then he flew back to Washington and voted to ship our jobs to China. And many other distant lands. Joe Biden has spent his entire career outsourcing their dreams. And the dreams of American workers. Obscuring their jobs, opening their borders and sending their sons and daughters to fight. In endless foreign wars wars that never ended. Four years ago, I ran for president because I could not watch this betrayal. Of our country any longer. I could not sit by As career politicians let other countries take advantage of us on trade borders. Foreign policy and national defense. Our NATO partners as an example. We're very far behind in their defence famous But it's my strong urging. They agreed to pay $130 billion more a year, the first time in over 20 years that they upped their payments. And this $130 billion Will ultimately go to for $100 billion a year. And Secretary General Stoltenberg. Ooh! Hedge NATO Was amazed after watching for so many years and said that President drop Did what no one else was able to do. Thank you..

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"$130 billion" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"$130 billion" Discussed on KCRW

"Joe Biden is not a savior. Of America's soul. He is the destroyer of America's jobs. I have given the chance he will be the destroyer. Of American greatness. For 47 years, Joe Biden. Took the donations of blue collar workers. Gave them hugs and even kisses. And told them he felt their pain. And then he flew back to Washington and voted to ship our jobs to China. And many other distant lands. Joe Biden has spent his entire career outsourcing their dreams. And the dreams of American workers. Hope you're ing their jobs, opening their borders and sending their sons and daughters to fight. In endless foreign wars wars that never ended. Four years ago, I ran for president because I could not watch this betrayal. Of our country any longer. I could not sit by His career. Politicians let other countries take advantage of us on trade borders. Foreign policy and national defense. Our NATO partners as an example. We're very far behind in their defence payments. But it's my strong urging. They agreed to pay $130 billion more a year, the first time in over 20 years that they upped their payments.

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