33 Burst results for "$17 Million"

"$17 million" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:54 min | 7 months ago

"$17 million" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Taiwan I think the Congress and the executive branch have every right to continue to deepen our security cooperation to expand our arms provisions to Taiwan And Byrne says the Biden administration wants to work with allies to deter China's aggression Michelle Kellerman NPR news the State Department The FBI field office in Tampa is tweeting that items of interests have been found at a Florida wilderness park in the search for Brian laundry His fiance Gabby patito was found dead in Wyoming last month She disappeared during a road trip with laundry Andre returned home alone September 1st but was then reported missing weeks later after telling his parents he was going for a hike in Florida's Carlton reserve The Sarah said a county medical examiner's office has been summoned to the reserve You're listening to NPR news A South Florida jury is now deciding whether the gunman behind the 2018 Parkland high school shooting gets the death penalty for killing 17 people and wounding 17 others in court today Nicholas Cruz apologized to survivors and victims families Negotiations to secure the release of 17 members of a U.S. based missionary group abducted in Haiti or in their fourth day investigators say a violent gang sees 17 missionaries and their families including 5 children most are Americans one victims Canadian The kidnappers are demanding a $17 million ransom There's been an exodus this week of migrant workers from Indian administer Kashmir that Cindy is only Muslim majority region and Pierre's Lauren fre reports from Mumbai It's mostly Hindu workers who are fleeing Kashmir Thousands of mostly Hindu migrant workers are fleeing Kashmir for other parts of India or taking refuge in army camps This is after a string of civilian killings blamed on militants separatists who believe India's Hindu nationalist government is trying to dilute the region's Muslim majority.

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"$17 million" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:13 min | 8 months ago

"$17 million" Discussed on 790 KABC

"K. ABC. Orange County Cumulus Station representative Adam Kinzinger says the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan could have been handled differently. We always talk about the airbase in Bagram. We could have defended that until every American was out in every Afghan SIV was out, speaking on CBS face the Nation, the Illinois Republican Said, having to rely on other countries like China for Intel on the happenings in the Middle Eastern countries. What happens when you leave abruptly, like the U. S did, Kinzinger added The remaining troops could have defended Kabul while the US evacuated on its own pace. Instead of giving the city up to the Taliban. Kinzinger said he wants top government officials to own up to how poorly withdrawal is gone. A newly released FBI memo suggests the 9 11 hijackers had contact with Saudi officials that Biden administration declassified FBI memo on Saturday that showed links between suspected Saudi intelligence operative and two Al Qaeda operatives who took part in the 9 11 hijacking plot. The memo is reportedly heavily redacted and does not offer a clear direct link between the Saudi government and the hijackers. On Friday, President Biden signed an executive order that would declassify certain documents related to the FBI's 9 11 probe Pilot and Northern California used his flight path Saturday to spell out the words never forget on the 20th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks. Major Christopher Price Has been serving in the air Force since 2000 and three price took off from nut trees Saturday morning at 10:45 A.m. and landed two hours and 22 minutes later. There was no smoke from the plane, but the words are visible by looking at the flight path tweeted by flight trader 24 Price spent nearly a decade on the ground serving in Afghanistan and Iraq before he went on to become an officer and a military pilot. California Lottery officials say nobody picked all six numbers and last night's Super Lotto Plus drawing. That means Wednesday's jackpot will be worth $17 million. Saturday's numbers were 33 38 39 44 47. The mega number was 27. I'm Chris Garage, Geo. Get it right. ABC RADIO 7 90 K ABC News at 33. I'm Steve. Coming. The number of.

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"$17 million" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:34 min | 11 months ago

"$17 million" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The Rosetta Stone as it became known, held the key to solving the riddle of Heiberg lyrics written language that had been dead for nearly 2000 years. Once the Rosetta stone inscriptions were translated the language and culture of ancient Egypt was suddenly open to scientists as never before. This week in 1955 Disneyland opens its doors. $17 million theme park was built on 160 acres of former orange groves in Anaheim, California in the summer of 1955. Special invitations were sent out for the opening on July 17th. Unfortunately, the past was counterfeited and thousands of uninvited people were admitted into Disneyland. On that day Park wasn't ready for the general public food and drink ran out. A woman's high heel shoe got stuck in the wet asphalt of Main Street USA and the Mark Twain Steamboat nearly capsized from too many passengers. Jumping way ahead this week in 1988 Diehard, an action film starring Bruce Willis as the wise cracking New York City cop John McClane opens in theaters across the U. S. A huge box office hit, and the film established Willis as a movie star and spawned four Sequels. And this week in 1995. Amazon officially opens for business as an online bookseller founder Jeff His radio 1200 doubled you away. I great to have you thanks a lot for stopping by. It is Joe PAGs showing we really enjoy having.

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"$17 million" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:09 min | 11 months ago

"$17 million" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I'm back Bill O Reilly here and I will bring you the O Reilly update later this morning at 10, 11 and 12 noon on 8 60 am the answer. Yes. Oh, my team has got a sense of humor chest because I did a 3 60 on a belt does not mean that we need sailing music all day long, Adam young man. Best of Kirby, Old man. Too Good to hear. He's doing better. Detective Tom and Marin County. Good Morning, Tom. You're up early, going home or going to work now. It was going on before now. Back with you. I'm on my way home. How are you? I'm great. How about yourself? We know we know you don't care how I am. We know you hurt yourself, but no, I just I'm a little bruise. I do care how you are time. Every time you're coming home from work, you've been out on the mean streets of Marin County. No Oakland. That's why I escape to the main streets of Marenco. That's it. You go home to Miranda and your work in Oakland. How how's Oakland these days? By the way? Oh, they just cut $17 million from the police budget. Oh, We're going to be folding our cat here and good luck to the flying citizens of Oakland, California and they're going to wonder where you are. When you're late. You know that, don't you? You're going to get questions about where you are. When you show up to say, why did it take you so long? I hope you say 17 Million and cuts my dear friend. Was battle that'll come out to about the estimate. It's about 50 officers, and then you're not going to start any academy class. Right. So you know the Wow have to have to get train. That's that's 68 months and wow, 30 40% of them in, you know, in the initiation, another 18 months of field training, so I don't know. We're work in interesting times or like we're looking through the looking glass here. Well, that's why Eric Adams are going to win in New York is that normal? People think that's insane..

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"$17 million" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:28 min | 11 months ago

"$17 million" Discussed on WJR 760

"Event is going on, and then exasperatingly the problem in neighborhood, So in a you know, for Detroit in some of those neighborhoods where the flooding took place on freeways it actually helped. Which is kind of you know you can pay you can pay in in one portion You can pay in the other and so for people with all their belongings stacked out on the curb right now, because they had a massive flood in their home. That's probably of little consolation. But to those that were on the edges that didn't have flooding. You could have been in the same pot as your neighbor. But for the fact that some of this water stayed down in the trenches in the freeways and wasn't pumped out, which would have only further overloaded The system, Brown says. This must be a much higher priority going forward, and we have to acknowledge we're dealing with a century old system. Cut nine when we talk about, you know, fixing the damn roads. The first thing we ought to be talking about is Doing the rebuilding the infrastructure so you can you can take that water off of the freeways and not put it into Detroit's system. Next. That's one way to help alleviate the problem. If you're in Macomb County, Candice Miller, the director of public Works says they've already got some projects underway. But there's a lot more left to be done. Cut one Just in Macomb County. At our one pump station I'm talking about We have a were under design phase of a $33 million additional pump there. I mean, nothing has been done at that station since 1968. We have to make sure that we have the capacity and the redundancy so that we don't flood basements in these kinds of things. So we're pressing the head on that We're also doing what we call an end system storage where we're trying to storm more flow, storm, sewer and sanitary. During a heavy rain events so that we don't discharge combined sewer overflows out into the lake. You know, That's another $17 million project, so this stuff is not cheap. It isn't and again because it's out of sight. It's harder to get financial support from the Legislature and coming up. We're gonna be talking to one of the leading senators who deals with water management issues, water quality issues. He's the one that has a brand new plan to fix. The dams in the state of Michigan will discuss how to attack this problem. With him. In the meantime, the question that everybody's dealing with is how big.

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"$17 million" Discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"$17 million" Discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

"Local legislative expert says a new state law banning businesses from requiring proof of vaccination isn't as straightforward as it may appear university of houston political science. Professor brandon rotting house says the legislation targets companies primarily that have state contracts but there could be ramifications for any business in texas that asks for a vaccine passport if the case that a business does not comply with section and they may not be able to receive a license eight prominent or other state authorization necessary for conducting goodson state rotting house says the law mimics what some other. Gop led states. Like florida have passed. He says the legislation may be challenged in state and federal courts. Meanwhile houston methodist hospital has suspended one hundred seventy eight employees for two weeks without pay for not complying with covid nineteen vaccine requirements in a statement. Ceo mark boom says nearly twenty five thousand hospital system. Employees are fully vaccinated and around two dozen of the suspended. Employees have gotten dose one of a does vaccine and won't be fired if they get their second. The rest could lose their jobs. The hospital system is being sued by one hundred seventeen employees who do not want to get the vaccine. An environmentalist group is joining picketing exxon workers in beaumont. This week news. Eighty eight sevens flurry and martin tells us it's an unusual members of the sunrise movement. A youth led. Environmental group are currently on a march from new orleans to houston to raise awareness for climate change legislation. Along the way they're stopping oil and gas plants and meeting with the communities in beaumont they're getting involved in exxon's labor lockout the group's roche khosla says they want to support oil and gas workers at the same time that they're calling for a transition away from fossil fuels highlight the fact that the protections afforded by union work and health. Care and good wages will be a part of that and we'll be prioritized in that transition. Exxon and the united steelworkers union narc clashing over seniority policy and pay. The company has locked out six hundred and fifty union workers since may as negotiations continue. I'm and martin in houston houston area congresswoman. Sylvia garcia says a federal. Money is still available for some houston families affected by the economic challenges created by the pandemic she says specifically families and single parents could benefit from a child tax credit included in the american rescue. Plan this tax credit is vital for families.

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"$17 million" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"$17 million" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Well, too bad thistles too important man full of Republicans, if not enough to save it are expected to vote to move forward with the bill. Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski says she supports it because she Needs to know more about what happened and why. And so will Senator Susan Collins. We need an independent outside by person commission, and that is what I have been working on to make sure that it truly is balanced. Stay here and fight partisan. I am fighting so hard for the creation of this commission so that we can better understand the attack. Nard democracy and the heroic actions that were taken that day to save our lives and the lives of everyone who worked in the capital. Senator Joe Manchin, meanwhile, calling out Republicans opposed to creating the commission, he Thursday criticized Republicans, including GOP leader Mitch McConnell, saying there's no excuse for anybody to block the truth. The question, though, is whether mansion would blow up the filibuster, which he says he's against. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says the economy is recovering, but it will be bumpy, with high inflation readings likely to last through the end of the year. However, she insists the inflation pressures will be temporary, and they Don't threaten if they threaten to become embedded in the economy. The government has the tools to address it in testimony before a House Appropriations subcommittee Thursday, yelling also a pitched more money. For the Treasury Department and the I. R s Well, we're portfolio has grown to match the urgency of this moment. Our annual budget is not grown in tandem and the funding provided to administrate new programs is temporary, not accounting for inflation. Our annual budget is still the same enacted level. 2010 and critical policy offices like domestic finance, economic policy and tax policy have seen their budgets cut bias, which is 20%. Since 2016 R a team has been valiant work. Implementing these programs with the resource is at our disposal, but we cannot continue to be good stewards of this recovery. Intact is the new bodies worked. The Congress to sign starts in the years beyond with a budget that was designed for 2010. The iris is in need of additional resource is too over the next 10 years, the American people could see roughly $7 trillion full through the cracks of our tax system. Why, because many of the country's wealthiest taxpayers Do not pay their full tax bill in the iris is not nearly staffed up enough to ensure compliance today. The Iris has fewer auditors that in any time since World War two No. When asked about the big jump in consumer prices reported last week, Yellen told lawmakers that the April price increase was the result of a number of special factors related to the economy. Opening back up. The state back. Russian cyber spies behind the solar winds hacking campaign launched a targeted spear phishing assault on U. S and foreign government agencies and think tanks this week by using an email marketing account of the U. S Agency for International Development. That, according to a Microsoft block post, Microsoft said the effort targeted about 3000 email accounts at more than 150, different organizations, at least a quarter of them involved in international development, humanitarian and human rights work. The authentic looking phishing emails dated May 25th purport to contain new information on the 2020 election fraud claims that included a link to malware that allows the hackers to achieve persistent access toe. Compromised machines. Microsoft said in a separate post that the campaigns ongoing and involved out of several waves of spear phishing campaigns that detected in January that escalated to the mass mailings of this week. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know who I need to tell. But you don't. You don't need to open any emails that has reportedly have new information about the 2020 election fraud claims. You just don't need to do it unless I don't know. Perhaps investigators from the federal government are sending it to you. I mean, In which case you wouldn't be involved. Boeing's of paying his 17 million bucks and proposing at air promising, I should say to take steps that fixed production problems with its popular 7 37 jets. The FAA said on Thursday. The settlement covers the installation of unimproved sensors and other parts of the Boeing 7 37 models, including the Ng's in the max. Those problems discovered on planes built between 2015 and 2019. The Boeing could pay up to 10 million more if it doesn't fix the quality control problems to this settlement, not large in terms of dollars. But it is another setback for Boeing..

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"$17 million" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"$17 million" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I am fighting so hard. For the creation of this commission so that we can better understand that you attack on our democracy and the heroic actions that were taken that day to save our lives and the lives of everyone who worked in the capital. Senator Joe Manchin, meanwhile, calling out Republicans opposed to creating the commission, he Thursday criticized Republicans, including GOP leader Mitch McConnell, saying there's no excuse for anybody to block the truth. The question, though, is whether mansion would blow up the filibuster, which he says he's against. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says the economy is recovering, but it will be bumpy, with high inflation readings likely to last through the end of the year. However, she insists the inflation pressures will be temporary, and they Don't threaten if they threaten to become embedded in the economy. The government has the tools to address it in testimony before a House Appropriations subcommittee Thursday, yelling also a pitched more money. For the Treasury Department and the I. R s Well, your portfolio has grown to match the urgency of this moment. Our annual budget is not grown in tandem and the funding provided to administrate new programs is temporary, not accounting for inflation. Our annual budget is still the same enacted level. 2010 and critical policy offices like domestic finance, economic policy and tax policy have seen their budgets cut by this, which is 20%. Since 2016 R a team has been valiant work. Implementing these programs with the resource is at our disposal, but we cannot continue to be good stewards of this recovery. Intact is the new bodies have worked the Congress to science to us in the years beyond with a budget that was designed for 2010. The iris is in need of additional resource is too over the next 10 years, the American people could see roughly $7 trillion full through the cracks of our tax system. Why, because many of the country's wealthiest taxpayers Do not pay their full tax bill in the iris is not nearly staffed up enough to ensure compliance today. The Iris has fewer auditors that in 80 times since World War two No. When asked about the big jump in consumer prices reported last week, Yellen told lawmakers that the April price increase was the result of a number of special factors related to the economy. Opening back up. The state back. Russian cyber spies behind the solar winds hacking campaign launched a targeted spear, phishing assault on U. S and foreign government agencies and think tanks this week at using an email marketing account of the U. S Agency for International Development. That, according to a Microsoft block post, Microsoft said the effort targeted about 3000 email accounts at more than 150, different organizations, at least a quarter of them involved in international development, humanitarian and human rights work. The authentic looking phishing emails dated May 25th purport to contain new information on the 2020 election fraud claims that included a link to malware that allows the hackers to achieve persistent access toe. Compromised machines. Microsoft said in a separate post that the campaigns ongoing and involved out of several waves of spear phishing campaigns that detected in January that escalated to the mass mailings of this week. Mm hmm. Yeah. I don't know who I need to tell. But you don't. You don't need to open any emails that has reportedly have new information about the 2020 election fraud claims. You just don't need to do it unless I don't know. Perhaps investigators from the federal government are sending it to you. I mean, In which case you wouldn't be involved. Boeing's of paying his 17 million bucks and proposing at air promising I should say to take steps to fix production problems with its popular 7 37 jets. The FAA said on Thursday. The settlement covers the installation of unimproved sensors and other parts of the Boeing 7 37 models, including the Ng's in the max. Those problems discovered on planes built between 2015 and 2019. The Boeing could pay up to 10 million more if it doesn't fix quality control problems to this settlement, not large in terms of dollars. But it is another setback for Boeing..

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"$17 million" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"$17 million" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Victim's families. Friends, the loved ones. And our community as a whole. In the evening that community will gather in downtown San Jose for a vigil to honor and remember the victims. Erik Wester Veldt. NPR NEWS The Federal Aviation Administration is find Boeing $17 million for problems in the production of some of 7 37 airplanes. NPR's David Schaper reports, The production issues are not related to flaws that led to the crashes. Of two Boeing 7 37 Max jets, the FAA found two separate problems of the production of Boeing 7 37 jets. The first involves guidance systems installed in hundreds of 7 37, n G and max airplanes manufactured between 2015 in 2019. The FAA says those systems included sensors that had not been approved to use on those aircraft. Yet Boeing certified them is they're worthy anyway. The second problem involves faulty slat tracks on 7 37 Max jets that the FAA says Boeing installed knowing they may be flawed. In addition to the $17 million in fines, Boeing could face an additional $10 million in penalties. If the company doesn't correct the production problems. David Schaper NPR news on Wall Street, the Dow was up 141 points. This is NPR. This is W when my C New York I'm Shawn Carlson, Governor Cuomo and the empty A say major construction is completed on the 15 year long $11 billion project, known as East Side Access. William. I see Stephen Nessen reports Long Island Railroad trains will finally be able to use Grand Central Terminal. The idea is to take the burden off Penn Station despite the new Moynahan train Hall, which recently opened Pin wasn't designed to handle the pre pandemic load of commuters and trains. Nearly half of the Long Island railroad trains will be sent to Grand Central. The new tracks are seven stories below ground. Platform looks like the new stations along the Second Avenue subway. The concourse has low ceilings reminiscent of Penn Station and marble lined walls, which matched the kind found in Grand Central Terminal. It's expected to open to.

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"$17 million" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"$17 million" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"The father of two was 36 San Jose Councilman, row Paralysis lost a life long friend Michael Rhythm Etkin in the shooting. It has been Painstaking and heartbreaking on and I truly feel For all of the victim's families. Friends, the loved ones. And our community as a whole. In the evening that community will gather in downtown San Jose for a vigil to honor and remember the victims. Erik Wester Veldt. NPR NEWS The Federal Aviation Administration is find Boeing $17 million for problems in the production of some of its 7 37 airplanes. NPR's David Schaper reports. The production issues are not related to flaws that led to the crash is of two Boeing 7 37 Max jets, the FAA found two separate problems of the production of Boeing 7 37 jets. The first involves guidance systems installed in hundreds of 7 37, n G and max airplanes manufactured between 2015 in 2019. The FAA says those systems included sensors that had not been approved to use on those aircraft. Yet Boeing certified them is they're worthy anyway. The second problem involves faulty slat tracks on 7 37 Max jets that the FAA says Boeing installed knowing they may be flawed. In addition to the $17 million in fines, Boeing could face an additional $10 million in penalties. If the company doesn't correct the production problems. David Schaper NPR news on Wall Street, the Dow was up 141 points. This is NPR. From W Baby News in Atlanta. Good afternoon. I'm Jim Burress. It's 604. Georgia's Democratic U. S. Senators are calling on congressional leaders to broaden access to health coverage through Medicaid in states that have not expanded the program. Sam Whitehead reports. Georgia is one of about a dozen states that haven't despite recent incentives in the American rescue plan. In a letter to chamber leadership penned Wednesday, Georgia senators Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff's asked that any future health care or economic bills include Medicaid expansion alternatives, for example, quote lookalike program run by the federal agency that oversees Medicaid, the health insurance program for low income individuals, more knocking us off, say more than Four million people lack access to coverage in states, including Georgia that have declined to expand Medicaid. Despite recent financial incentives included in the American rescue plan, Georgia officials are pursuing a limited Medicaid expansion that includes a work requirement, which was recently placed on hold by the Biden administration. Sam Whitehead to be wavy news, Airbnb officials say, even though Atlanta hosts are going to get good rental income this Memorial Day weekend The company still warns it's cracking down on so called party houses, Airbnb said it is extending the ban on disruptive events said gathering and gatherings of more than 16 people in its rentals, at least through the end of summer. Airbnb put the band in place last August and suspended more than 50 Atlanta listings, mostly in Buckhead in southwest Atlanta..

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"$17 million" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"$17 million" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"I truly feel For all of the victims, families, friends, the loved ones. And our community as a whole. In the evening that community will gather in downtown San Jose for a vigil to honor and remember the victims. Erik Wester Veldt. NPR NEWS The Federal Aviation Administration is find Boeing $17 million for problems in the production of some of its 7 37 airplanes. NPR's David Schaper reports, The production issues are not related to flaws that led to the crashes. Of two Boeing 7 37 Max jets, the FAA found two separate problems of the production of Boeing 7 37 jets. The first involves guidance systems installed in hundreds of 7 37, n G and max airplanes manufactured between 2015 in 2019. The FAA says those systems included sensors that had not been approved to use on those aircraft. Yet Boeing certified them is they're worthy anyway. The second problem involves faulty slat tracks on 7 37 Max jets. At the FAA says Boeing installed knowing they may be flawed. In addition of the $17 million in fines, Boeing could face an additional $10 million in penalties if the company doesn't correct the production problems. David Schaper. NPR news on Wall Street, The Dow was up 141 points. This is NPR. 51 degrees at 504. I'm elbow. Laura. Would WB EASY NEWS. The Illinois Retail Merchants Association says Chicago has no right to impose a permanent curfew on liquor sales. WB Easy's Claudia Morel reports Irma is responding to proposal Mayor Lori Lightfoot floated yesterday, one that would make permanent the seas curfew on liquor sales. It was put in place to prevent people from crowding around liquor stores late at night during the pandemic. But like the wants to keep it in place, calling it a quality of life issue. Tanya Triche Dowd from Irma says the mayor's overstepping without offering any proof you can't make anecdote. And claim them as fat. If you want to make a change that is this drastic to a person's business license, she says. It's unfair. The curfew would only apply to convenience and liquor stores and not bars. Change would need City Council approval. Claudia Moral, WB Easy news. Springfield lobbyist is pleading not guilty to several tax related federal charges Federal prosecutors have charged and is that Collins with six counts of wrongdoing for allegedly lying on her tax returns and failing to pay taxes. She's a former state lawmaker who became a lobbyist in Springfield when she left office. Her clients have included Commonwealth Edison, which has been embroiled in a Springfield corruption scandal. There's no indication from the indictment that the charges against Collins are related. Bars and Illinois will be able to offer a free drink two patrons this summer with proof of a covert 19 vaccination under a proposal making its way through Springfield, under measure sponsored by Democratic State Representative Mike So, Lucy of Riverside Vaccinated Illinois INS can go to participating bars for one free drink of their choice. State Senate has still to take it up. But before nearly every House member approved the idea today. If approved by the governor, the offer would be good from June 10 to July 10. Sports Cubs beat the Pirates 5 to 3 tonight. The first place White Sox holds Baltimore The Orioles have lost nine in a row Our weather tonight cloudy, windy and chilly, with rain heavy at times, a lower form. R A W BE easy news. Support for NPR comes from.

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"$17 million" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"$17 million" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"But the feds been wrong on stuff before Sure, Okay, that they're not right about everything. What makes anyone think that the Federal Reserve has the right tools to address climate change? I'm with you until I don't get it. I read it this morning tools. Does the Fed have to address racial disparity? Why is it there problem to address these things? That should not be the focus. If you read what the Federal Reserve this is supposed to do, it's largely tie to employment inflation, setting the discount the Fed funds overnight rate. Monetary policy that is the focus the Federal Reserve take those concerns elsewhere. You wanted address racial disparities, use acts of Congress. That's how you do it right. You want address climate change, use acts of Congress. That's how the Fed can not. Unlike what it could do with the monetary system. The Fed can not just suck in greenhouse gasses and spit out oxygen change lovers. It can't do that They don't say. Okay, let's make the money printer pulled in carbon dioxide and spit up They can't do that. It doesn't work like that. So I just I think that some people think that the Fed actually is run by magicians. If they're not wizards. I mean, they had a heroic performance last year with what they did to really bail us out big time, But they cannot solve world hunger, world peace and climate change. They can't do everything. Harry Potter does not work at the Fed. Yeah, he doesn't. I know I've looked not on the list, not on the list. So I think that you know again. When we look at this, I think there are things that the Fed can do. To help the economy in certain ways. I'm not a huge fan of lower for longer monetary policy, you know, forever because I think it can create some distortion of distorted tive effects. But Given where we are right now and what we're trying to combat coming off of the most severe recession that we have ever seen in our lifetimes. I certainly don't think that this is the time to be talking about bumping up interest rates just because things are a little you want things to be a little hot coming out of a recession, right? Does anyone want to go back to the post over to the post of great recession period? In the early years of the Obama administration, where it was can't find a job being looking for years. There's no money out there. I don't need to hire salesmen because that no one wants to buy my stuff. The problems we have now, with the economy being too hot. I would much rather have those than what we had in 10 2020 14 question about it. No question about it. Boeing gonna be paying the FAA aces and penalties related to the 7 37 and production problems? $17 million Fine. What's it for? It is for lapses related to the 7 37 aircraft models to me. At first I read that it's a G 17 million for a company like bone. That is an absolute nothing fine. But there are federal laws that cap what the number can be. They've already paid 2.5 billion to the US Justice Department. So, finally, the last unwinding of this whole saga that's gone on for quite a while. And and, quite frankly, ah, lot of lapses in judgment on Boeing's part, and, uh, you know the reputational risk. They've taken. They've taken a huge hit there. But the show must be more monetary fines really yet and this is not related to the issues with the 7 37 Max that caused those two crashed. Just to be clear. One was three installation of some guidance systems on earlier 7 37 models with sensors that hadn't been approved under federal regulations. The second was bowing, trying to get approval of 178 7 37 max planes that were built with a potentially defective wing component. Esso again not related to the max crashes that was settled as Paul mentioned to separate $2.5 billion settlement to resolve a criminal investigation proving that you can resolve any criminal investigation without jail time for anyone. If you just pay $2.5 billion, I don't know how you kill 346 people. And avoid any kind of criminal prosecution. But $2.5 billion apparently the answer the bowling being the final say on safety checks, just something that's real concerning it is. Let's take a quick break When we come back. We have trivia, not. Wall Street watching, almost said that we've got trivia after this, and then we're talking about restaurants applying for Grant Money Grant fund money from the U. S government..

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Study Poker in a Way That Resonates With You

Chasing Poker Greatness

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Study Poker in a Way That Resonates With You

"I don't enjoy studying just like of man. There's nothing that to ruin my day more than sitting in front of pyo for like four hours studying one output on one hand and figuring out all the nuances like that is It is not appeal to me in one bit but like get somebody that i can talk about poker strategy with and kind of look at databases and create hypothesis and plans like bounce ideas back and forth like i could do that all day for free. That's fun of it. Took me a long time to realize like. Oh that's that's a studying that resonates with me. That's my idea of you know that that's what that's what gives me the path to grow as a poker player more than anything else. Because it's fun. I enjoy doing it and i think that like if studying if you're listening right now and studying doesn't appeal to you. Maybe go about studying and think about reflect meditate on your relationship with the word and find a better way to go about it. That likes you up. That makes you excited to learn and grow. Poker

Patrick Mahomes restructure will free up $17 million of cap room for Chiefs

The Rich Eisen Show

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Patrick Mahomes restructure will free up $17 million of cap room for Chiefs

"Mahomes. Tom brady. not the only one to Contract news patrick mahomes has restructured. His contract is ready or exactly. What inverting a twenty one point seven million roster bonus to a signing bonus which frees up seventeen million cap room for the

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"$17 million" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"$17 million" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Um One thing I discussed with my collar. If you wanna make an NFL point to go back to the baseball stuff to Casey and I talked about that school phones open immediately. 855 2124227 the JJ watt situation down in Houston. I, too. When I first heard about it. I was rather surprised. I said, Wait a minute. They're getting nothing in return for J. J. What? There's not a team in the National Football League That wouldn't give you at least a pick in exchange for JJ Watt, and then I did the contract numbers and it dawned on me. How it probably shook out. No, I haven't seen anybody report this as fact or confirmation from the Texans. And or JK what himself. But I'm pretty sure I can figure out the way this came down. JJ wasn't really too happy with the organization and the direction it was Saturday, and the whole could trade the Shawn Watson thing. And he's got one year to Rana is contract at a big number. $17.5 million. He did not play like a $17.5 million player laid here. And for the first time in years, he actually stayed healthy for almost the entire season and in sack total was only five. So I age is starting to catch up with J. J. Watt now. Maybe he played through pain, Maybe at injuries that you and I don't know about. It didn't keep mad in a lineup. Maybe he will be back to being JJ Watt again next year. I don't know that. But coming off the year that he had 17.5 million looked like a lot for the kind of production that the Texans got in from JJ. What this past season. MP allows the team that Texans pick to trade him to to do so. Well, then he's gonna get his full $17.5 million Because teams going to give something up for him. They're not gonna give up a draft pick to turn around and cut him. So chances are they would the team that would make the trade form would like to talk to him at a time. And say we tell JJ would like to talk to him about his deal will extend It will give him s'more guaranteed money. But we can't take a $70 million cap it next year. So we've got a We do his contract chances on the Texans reached out to J. J and his response was No, I'm good. Renew my contract. Redo my cunt. You're gonna pick the team that I need to negotiate with to redo my contract. No, thanks. I'll just keep my contract as is at $17.5 million, but its upcoming season then I'll go free Agent neck here. The Texans have women. You gotta work with us. He said. No, I don't. No, I'll stay. With the contract that I have in place. When the Texans realized that he was not going to be conducive to talking to a team ahead of time for a potential trade and oh, by the way. You can't blame JJ for that. Because if you're negotiating with one team The tax is going to trade you to team May or Team B your team, see what? Whatever that team is your negotiating with them and on Lee them. If you don't believe that the Texans want to pay you 17.5 million for this upcoming year. They only have one other recourse. And that's to trade you. Oh, sorry. We can't do that. Could JJ won't negotiate? Well, then I guess the only other recourses they're going to release him. Because JJ probably dug his heels in and said No, I'm not going to re negotiate with anybody. If you don't want me back for its 17.5 million, and another team doesn't want to acquire me for its $17.5 million Well, there is a way that we can remedy the situation. Released me. Cut me. That will make me an immediate free agent. And you were guys won't be on the hook for the $17 million. And they said, Yeah, we'd probably not like to do that. But when push comes to shove, they relented and said Yeah, JJ will do you a solid will let you go so that it could be a an amicable parting of the ways because not everything has been Am Ecole amicable down in Houston of late So JJ played his cards right? Got to Texans to release him now. He wondered. Get 17.5 million. The taxes weren't gonna keep him. The new team. New is going to trade for him was gonna ask him to take a pay tight and extend with the signing bonus but would go out over years so they wouldn't have to take that big a salary cap it no, he'd rather be on the open market. He'd rather be a free agent. He told the Texans. Listen, If we do this now and give me a jump on the free agent market will all holds hands and sing Kumbaya. And you can say that it was a mutual parting of the ways which the Texans want to win at least one PR battle ever. Lisa JJ wide, which is gonna make a bunch of their fans very happy. At least some will say well least both parties wanted it. JJ wanted to hit the free agent market, and the Texans were willing to let him do that. So that's the way I figured it happened behind the scenes. I don't know if that's the case, but I'm Pretty sure that that's the case. He played his cards, right? JJ Watt played his cards right, And I think the Texans did basically did what they had to do. They weren't bringing JJ walk back. If they wanted to get into another spitting match. They've already done so with their starting quarterback. Now you're going to do so with the best player in the history of the organization. That's really going to bury him with their fans in that town. So they said. We gotta save some face here and we need to just move on. And we need to do with a smile on our face and get jaded, jaded to help us out and put a smile on his face and the way they got him to put a smile on his face was Him is outright release. Now, Where will Jay Jay? What land? That's something we can discuss on the telephone lines. Get aboard now! 855 to 124227. Most of the sports in play, and I felt talk baseball case. Eastern was great. When I had him on, we could talk about the rules that they are planning on playing with this year. No D H. In the National League, seven inning double headers and starting extra innings with a runner at second base. I don't really like any of them. You can give me your thoughts on it. We got some college basketball in in our last hour, but I got open phones for the rest of this hour Happen hour your calls coming up. All you gotta do is happen. My telephone lines 855 to 1 to 4 to 27 you buzz. I'll punch up after latest CBS Sports Update But Mike McCann.

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"$17 million" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"$17 million" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"This happened this morning. JJ Watt, three time defense. Sive Player of the Year, five time first team all Pro lock for the Pro Football Hall of Fame, announced that he wants to be released and has been granted his release from the Houston Texans. Immediately stirring every fan base in the NFL. Because people have written in our text line. Should the Niners get what can the Niners get? What? Let's get what we're like yet Donna doesn't take. You don't gotta be Branch Rickey to figure that one out. Of course everybody wants JJ Watt. Here's the question a salary. He was due to make 17 million this year. I don't know if he's looking for that because Niners can't really fit that in and be where he wants to go and then see our mortal fear that everybody now wants to go play with Brady. Well, that's improbable. He's the perfect candidate because he's a guy who's like you said he's heavily decorated as an individual. We all know about how good he is, in all of his accomplishments with one thing that scene needs is a ring on that finger. So he's gonna look around its era will wear to Y You know what can best chance? Here's a question Blood thicker than water. How about Pittsburgh? Go be with his bro. Both of us have three brothers on one team, Polly. Not since the Hanson brothers and the alludes. Have you seen three brothers anyway? Here's the breaking news. J. J Watt announcing it. I have sat down with the McNair family, and I have asked them for my release. And we have mutually agreed to part ways at this time. Uh, I came here 10 years ago as a kid from Wisconsin who never really been to Texas before And now I can't imagine my life without Texas in it. Uh, the way that you guys have treated me Besides draft night..

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Illinois Buys West Loop Building in Move Away From Thompson Center, Pritzker Announces

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Illinois Buys West Loop Building in Move Away From Thompson Center, Pritzker Announces

"A building in the West Loop for $73 Million with the goal of saving the state $20 million a year, Governor JB Pritzker's office announcing the state has purchased a 17 story building in the 500 block of West Monroe State plans to move thousands of him. Ploys who are currently working at the Thompson Center downtown, as well as other office locations to that location. The goal is to eventually sell the tops and center, which the governor's office says cost $17 million annually to operate. It has more than $300 Million and needed repair costs. Ryan Burrow,

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Weinstein Sexual Misconduct Settlement Approved for $17 Million by Judge

Jason and Alexis

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Weinstein Sexual Misconduct Settlement Approved for $17 Million by Judge

"A name. We haven't talked about recently for obvious reasons, because he's a perv. Harvey Weinstein lets you write an article. What's What's wise in the news. Okay, well, they have a judge has confirmed his sexual misconduct settlement $17 million his accusers will share I'm greeting through this. Can you imagine being the sexual misconduct claims Examiner? Wait. Where this person Okay, that person, Okay? Yeah, it's a person or team that has to look through each claim. Which right now 40 of them have agreed to this. They have to look through all of the documents and statements, and they have to assign a point award. To determine how much of the $17 million pie each accuser will receive, Boy because of the degree of misconduct. Hers is worse than hers. Exactly. Oh, you imagine that job rose equally, boy. Well, some of the accuser's don't feel that they That that would be fair for them, especially if it was To a bigger degree and over a longer period of time. Yeah, Father. Yeah, yet, right? And then the other thing That's interesting about this. So one of the accusers, they might say, Well, I want to be able to Charged him in the future or have my own separate trial if they decide to do that, and just Real English, you know, saying Hey in the future, I want to put a claim of against him. They only get 25% of the predetermined amount that they're offered. The rest will go into an insurance company should they decide to press charges. In the future. That's like

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Bankruptcy Judge Approves $17 Million Fund for Harvey Weinstein Victims

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Bankruptcy Judge Approves $17 Million Fund for Harvey Weinstein Victims

"A bankruptcy judge has okay Toe $17 Million fund for victims of former movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, convicted in New York last year. We have more from Boxes Carmen Roberts, part of the deal the judge approved to liquidate Weinsteins former film studio it filed for bankruptcy in 2018 after multiple allegations of sexual abuse came to light. Weinstein is currently serving a 23 year prison sentence after a New York jury convicted him of a Seminal sex act

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Bankruptcy Judge Approves $17 Million Fund for Harvey Weinstein Victims

710 WOR Programming

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Bankruptcy Judge Approves $17 Million Fund for Harvey Weinstein Victims

"Approving a Weinstein company liquidation plan that allocates over $17 million to those who accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault. Used in Yukio Variety reports. US. Bankruptcy Judge Mary Walrath said the victims would kid minimal if any recovery without the money. The victims also voted 39 28 to approve the settlement. Weinsteins company filed for bankruptcy after Weinstein was hit with numerous allegations of sexual assault, rape and harassment in 2017. The 68 year old film producers currently serving a 23 year prison sentence for six crimes

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Court Approves $17 Million Payout to Harvey Weinstein’s Victims

Todd Schnitt

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Court Approves $17 Million Payout to Harvey Weinstein’s Victims

"For assets of a big movie and TV producer to pay his victims from a federal bankruptcy court judge. The plan calls for a $17 million payout to several dozen of Harvey Weinstein is victim's former officers and directors, including Weinsteins, brother Bob will share nearly 10 Million and are absolved of liability for enabling Weinstein sexual depravity. The attorney who represented the Weinstein company, said he's pleased this very difficult chapter in the lives of many people can now be put behind them. Women can still pursue civil claims against Weinstein, who's currently jailed in Western New York following a sex crimes conviction in Manhattan. But there are few assets left to recover. They're in

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New York City will terminate business contracts with President Trump after the insurrection at the US Capitol

WBZ Midday News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

New York City will terminate business contracts with President Trump after the insurrection at the US Capitol

"From the events of the capital last week, the mayor of New York, says his city will sever contracts with President Trump's businesses. They're building blows. You said the city would notify the Trump Organization. It will cancel agreements to operate the Central Park carousel, the two Central park skating rinks and ferry Point Golf course in the Bronx. The mayor said A clause in the $17 million contract allows for termination in the event of criminal conduct. We saw him live on TV, It's sight an insurrection. I mean, what do you got? C two b. Convinced that someone's acting in the criminal fashion. The Trump Organization called it political discrimination and plan to fight vigorously. Aaron

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New York City to terminate Trump Organization contracts

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

New York City to terminate Trump Organization contracts

"Mayor Bill de Blasio says New York City will terminate business contracts with President Trump after last week's riot at the Capitol. The Trump Organization is under city contract to operate the two ice rings and a carousel in Central Park as well as a golf course in the Bronx. Blasio says the Trump Organization profits about $17 million a year from those sites. A Trump Organization spokesperson said the city can't cancel the contracts and the company will fight vigorously.

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Box Office: ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Debuts to Robust (for a Pandemic) $16.7 Million

The KFBK Morning News

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Box Office: ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Debuts to Robust (for a Pandemic) $16.7 Million

"Woman, 1984 was not necessarily a wonder at the box office this weekend, the movie opened, taking in a little less than $17 million for the Christmas weekend. It's just a fraction of typical holiday business. However, it was still the best box office of the pandemic. It debuted in theaters on and on H B L Max Christmas Day.

New York City's CFB approves public funds payments totaling $17.3M to candidates in 2021 elections

Morning Edition

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

New York City's CFB approves public funds payments totaling $17.3M to candidates in 2021 elections

"The New York City Finance Board issued its first public matching funds for candidates running in the 2021 election. WN Y sees Bridget Bergen looks at the numbers. Brooklyn borough president Derek Adams in city Comptroller Scott Stringer were the only two mayoral candidates to meet the thresholds for the Sea of bees. Payment. Adams will receive $4.4 million Stringer is getting 3.3 million. The payments also provide insight into which City Council races stand to be the most competitive next year. In three districts. There were four candidates who qualified for funds indicating the district 10 in Upper Manhattan district, 33 in north Brooklyn and district 49. Staten Island's North Shore will all be racist to watch the sea of be doled out more than $17 million in total matching

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"$17 million" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"$17 million" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Just like Joe made $17 million last couple years. This is gonna be a cut nine year, Gary just put a fine point on it. Because now The New York Times is telling us something different Now. This story dropped on a holiday weekend. The one of the least. Trafficked news weekends ever and I expect this will not be an ongoing Syriza's like they've sicced reporters on everybody who ever shook hands with Donald Trump. It will be a one time well, we reported on it unless there's some new development that falls into our laps. And that's really how new developments have to happen. They don't actually go out do journalism anymore. They wait for somebody to come and tell them you think somebody in the deep state permanent bureaucracy is going to come out and bad mount their bosses. These are the people they voted for. But just to put a fine point on how different The media coverage is and knowing this because this was known last week, they all knew who West exec visors were. If you're following the news that Joe Biden and surrounded himself with a bunch of people who made a fortune Consulting on government contracts. Just so you know how the media is portraying these people. There's a little montage here, put together by gravy and media. How Joe Biden's appointments are being received by so called journalists cut nine. Go ahead. I'd like to start on the historic nature of some of Of Joe Biden, the president elect. Pick the team, though Biden has put forward is incredibly qualified, perhaps most qualified Cabinet that we're ever going to have a historic appointment history making historic first. That's historic, also historic stories. Another historic I picked there. Is there any one of these pics in particular that kind of stands out out to you? I think they're all outstanding air experience. They're well prepared. Boy. How refreshing is that? It's very refreshing. I was talking to a Democrat who just said this also felt like the Avengers. If that, like we're being rescued from this craziness that we've all lived through from the last 40 years, And now here, the superheroes come and save us all. This is like being at the end of the Wizard of Oz. And this is like the 19 eighties Celtics basketball team properly. How the Z team This is really the 8th 1918 for the country. They are manifestly experienced incompetent, the word competence been throwing around qualified Very coherent columnist. Deep knowledge, Kindness, deep commitment. Professionalism is back expertise is bad. And it's also nice to take a look at a group of appointees that don't look like a restricted all white country club. Jake Sullivan is the leader of the band is the perfect choice is perfectly suited with Alessandro. You're gonna get competent, gifted leader Kind offal brilliance. I can't think of a better person. Let me get your thoughts about back Tony Blinken. I can't think of anybody better. I think tonight maybe Be able to start going to sleep. Yeah, the whole media is going to go to sleep. That's how it was. It is the best the best of the best. These air dedicated public servants, really, who made a fortune in the last four years and are looking to come back so that they can add another zero to their paycheck when they leave again. That's how Washington works. That's how the swamp works. This is how the media works. We did our investigation. We did one report on this. I don't know how much more we can be expected to do. What more can we be expected to do? Other than one run one report on the least traffic news weekend of the year. We're not going to follow up on this. The New York Times, So they swear that they're going to hold the the administration. See, this is they could make that promise. Someone like Cliff Levi can say Court of the New York Times Mission. We will scrutinize the incoming administration just as thoroughly as we did the outgoing one. Well, if you remember The media coverage in the last four years. They were outraged. Not over. Really what Donald Trump was doing. How we did the things, he said. So if Joe Biden starts tweeting mean things about Rosie O'Donnell, I suppose we can expect some reporter at The New York Times to say this is wrong. You shouldn't do that. But when it comes to policy, they'd have to be outraged by it. They'd have to be disturbed by the method through which it was achieved Executive order rather than legislation. And as we know from the Obama years, they are not at all outraged. By the way things are done. It is agenda uber Hollis and I choose German. There deliberately. It is ruled by decree. It is ruled by pen and paper. The Magic pen and phone that Barack Obama said he had in his in the Oval Office. If Congress did not bow to his will, which is again wildly and pathetic, Aeltus, the Nature of our government. But it doesn't matter if they're on the team, and someone on your team is doing it. They don't care. So, yes, they will run occasional pieces. Journalism will accidentally be done, if only as an afterthought. In otherwise puffy pieces. Controversy. It will be couched as Republicans say conservatives are angry over they won't do any original reporting. They will just check that box. When something bad happened to Democrat. Some corruption was exposed to a Democrat. How was it? Republicans pounce. That's how it was reported. Republicans are pouncing. When a Republican does something that deserves scrutiny, scorn or investigation, it is simply stated as such. When a Democrat, doesn't it is Republicans pouncing it? Is Republicans taking advantage. It is all of those things that makes all of us. Hate the media and makes that hatred of media be 100% justified. They're just getting started here. Ladies and gentlemen, if the New York Times had any interest whatsoever in holding the powerful, accountable, even powerful on their team, we would have been hearing about things like this during The election. Right? They would have been some scrutiny of the people around Joe Biden back at a time when the American public needed information about Joe Biden. Instead, the only stories they ever did on something like Hunter Biden's laptop Woz couched as right wing thinks that they're going to get something out of this. Alleged laptop and then the story was all about the laptop. By the way, the guy they were computer repair guy who Hunter took that laptop, too. There's a story he closed up shop and he left town. Yeah. He closed up shop and left town of because he was receiving death threats from tolerant Democrats. That part didn't make the headlines. The headlines are what is mostly read by people, but it's how the left will function. In the next four years. It's rather disturbing and disgusting. But if you really want a taste of what journalism is going to be like, Look at that look at that story is this guy's skipped town. Yeah, The guy is in hiding. Because Democrats are threatening to kill him. Kind of puts a different spin on the he skipped town story. So spare me that The New York Times is going to look at this Joe Biden as closely as they looked at Donald Trump. They want. We will. It'll be out there, but it won't be is widely disseminated as it would be if it were a front page New York Times Story on a weekend that wasn't One of the biggest holidays of the year. There's so many questions about real estate right now. Should you sell now? Or wait until next year? How much is your house worth? Is the.

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Hurricane Iota batters Central America

The Takeaway

06:49 min | 1 year ago

Hurricane Iota batters Central America

"Devastating devastating devastating devastating devastating devastating hurricanes hurricanes hurricanes hurricanes hurricanes hurricanes have have have have have have pummeled pummeled pummeled pummeled pummeled pummeled Central America on November 3rd hurricane at the first struck Nicaragua and then made its way to Honduras and Guatemala. According to the Red Cross. More than two million people in the region were affected by floods and landslides caused by the hurricane. Then this week, another hurricane Hurricane iota made landfall in Central America delivering yet another blow to the region. The two storms back to back aren't only devastating to communities in Central America, but are also complicating efforts to mitigate covert 19. Joining us now to talk about what's happening on the ground is Jeff EARNS two freelance journalist based in Honduras. Jeff Thanks for being with us For having me. So what are conditions on the ground in Honduras right now? Right now. Much of Honduras is underwater, particularly in the Northwest Sula Valley region, which is home to about two million people, and it's really the economic motor. Of the country, So the fact that so much of this area in particular is underwater is really indicative of how damaging it is. Given that roughly 40% of the GDP or more is produced in this region, but really after iota we have much more widespread damage. A lot across the whole country was a much larger storm. So just particular across the North Coast and and the West, there's still rising waters in some parts. We've lost a lot of bridges and roads and other infrastructure. There's many people are currently displaced by the flooding. The storm's first struck Nicaragua before going through Honduras and Guatemala. What were the effects in those two countries? With a to it was damaging. But it went through a pretty lowly populated area of Nicaragua. But iota was so much larger. That it really hit harder in Nicaragua, and even the winds were harder to sew. In Nicaragua. We're seeing pretty widespread damage flooding even in the capital, Managua. And south of it to Nicaragua's pretty devastated this 0.2. You've been reporting on this region in Honduras for awhile have how have the government's responded to efforts on the ground? The government's response has been heavily criticized ahead of eight actually scheduled this special holiday for that week week in in order order to to try try to to Remote Remote domestic domestic tourism tourism and and stimulate stimulate the the economy, economy, which which has has been been really really hit hit hard hard by by the the cove cove in in 19 19 pandemic, and there was a clear reticence by the government to Cancel that vacation, so they did not emit alerts or or evacuation orders, which led Tens of thousands of people in completely caught off guard being and then ended up getting trapped on the roof, some for as many as five days. And, of course, That led to two more deaths, which we really don't know how much yet because the water Has never been able to fully received from eight to before We got hit by iota, so there's really clear negligence by the government here and then in terms of responding They're completely overwhelmed by it. And they clearly unprepared and there's a real question of how they're spending. Their resource is the government just a year ago. Just from Israel. This Folks from war and yet their emergency response unit doesn't have the boats necessary to go to the healthy, strong currents that was seen from the footing in order to rescue people. Until the water gets down. The people are very upset, definitely more than ever with with the government and this could definitely lead to even more political instability than we've seen down here in the past and that political instability Could also sperm or migration out of the region. Is that right? Coming towards where? There That's the United States are moving towards Mexico or other places this people try to survive. Absolutely. There's already people organizing on social media caravans that looks like they're planning for January, most of them whether or not that materializes. There's just no doubt we're going to see it another tick in migration over the next year, particularly As Kobe 19 travel Strick Shins are eased. I took so many people already. Particularly the young people who just see no opportunity. They have no work, and now they've lost everything. They really have nothing to lose, and they see migrating as the quickest way to be able to help their families to rebuild and and recoup everything they've lost. United States government has limited at least one of the Trump administration migration from many of these countries. At the same time, it's asked many Central American countries to help it with its asylum policies. Has the U. S government sent any aid? To these countries as they struggled to deal with the blows from these hurricanes. The lack of leadership from the U. S. Following this crisis is really Shocking. There's been no word from the State Department or from the White House, other than U S aid, which is down here most recently after Iota they designated $17 million to the region. Half of which is going to Honduras and then Also the U. S. Military, based on here has been a source of rescue missions, which has definitely been very helpful. But $17 million We're talking about billions and billions of dollars in damage. And really in 1998 when Hurricane Mitch hit, which is the worst natural disaster in center America To date, it was US leadership that mobilized support from the global community. And that is completely lacking at this point. President elect Biden has expressed his concern and support for the region, so there's hope that when he takes office He will take up that traditional leadership role of the U. S. To help one of its neighbors will be watching to see how this pans out. Jeff earns two freelance reporter based in Honduras. Thanks for being with us and stay safe. Thanks for having me

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"$17 million" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"$17 million" Discussed on KOMO

"Storage tanks. Nobody was hurt, but the fire said black smoke over parts of the Tacoma area for a time leading officials to tell people to shelter in place. Thousands of drivers in Pierce County will have to endure more than a year of detours as a busy bridge in Puyallup is closed for repairs. Here's more from co Mohs Romero. The veteran's bridge also called the Milwaukee Bridges. Nearly 60 years old crosses the Puyallup River at Milwaukee and fifth and it's surrounded by Meridian and state routes. 167 and 5 12 City Project engineer Ted Hill told the News Tribune that the detour is over to Meridian to cross the river. He knows closing down. That bridge, which sees about 10,000 trips a day is a hassle, but the alternative is really not an option. Replacing can't afford or Let it just go so bad that we have to close down permanently, he says. The $17 million restoration project is estimated to take a year and a half. Hill says the structural health of the Milwaukee Bridge was rated at 19 on a scale of 100 That was three years ago. See Romero camo news. 5 30 for Marina Rock. Inger. Now with our promo traffic, we do that every 10 minutes on the force. Well, we have looks like Highway nine in Snohomish area. It's a Cathcart way. The right lane is blocks south bound Highway nine in that area, so just maybe of short slowdown in South Everett off of highway 99. It looks like we have a collision being reported. Right near 112 Street. That's a pretty big intersection in that area. South Bound I five into the five curve is definitely still a little bit heavy, but it's really mostly so right near Highway 18 trying to get into a fight, but it's definitely improved quite a bit in Parkland. Westbound 5 12 at Pacific Avenue. We have a collision reported, but I'm not seeing which Elaine it though it's on the ramp. From Highway seven to westbound 5 12. You're next coma traffic at 5 44, whether now here's coma meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell, the third in the soggy system. Siri's coming on through on Tuesday, so enjoy the drive break while it lasts out there For Monday.

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A Washington DC sports betting app was supposed to raise millions for the city. It’s off to a rough start.

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

A Washington DC sports betting app was supposed to raise millions for the city. It’s off to a rough start.

"Of sports betting in the district has yet to deliver the windfall to the city treasury that officials had promised The Washington Post reports. So far, the numbers are a bit more than $400,000, and that it's far short of the $17 million city officials had projected for sports gambling. During the first it's during this fiscal year. City officials point to a number of factors, however, that have affected numbers, including the cancellation of many sports events during the pandemic. And some confusion about placing wagers. Sony

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How Police Misconduct Affects Cities and Taxpayers Financially

All Things Considered

04:56 min | 1 year ago

How Police Misconduct Affects Cities and Taxpayers Financially

"For months. Protests over the police involved killings of Briana Taylor, George Floyd and others reinvigorated an intense debate over policing. Then the mayor of Louisville, Kentucky, announced the city would pay $12 million to Briana Taylor's family and institute. A number of police reforms that highlighted an aspect less discussed the financial impact of police misconduct on cities and taxpayers. NPR's Cheryl Corley reports. City's Khun face hundreds of lawsuits every year, charging, among other things, that police used excessive or deadly force or made a false arrest. Many times. Details of settlements are hidden behind confidentiality agreements. Law professor Joanna Schwartz studies how jurisdictions budget and pay for police legal expenses, she says. Although payouts Khun Total in the millions more often there in the thousands of dollars range and with an important determining factor, the number of cases filed and the number of dollars that are paid to resolve cases. Depends very much on where in the country you live claims against Big City Police Department's cost taxpayers about $300 million last year. One of the arguments in the ongoing protests over policing is that money for police could be better spent elsewhere and the clash between protesters and police following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Means Minneapolis and other cities could face a myriad of legal cost. In Chicago. Several groups work to resolve cases of people who have been wrongfully convicted. Two years ago, a federal jury awarded $17 million to Jack Rivera and was considered one of the largest police misconduct settlements in the city's history. I say that was kidnapped by the Chicago police, Roger Li. 55 years old. Now Rivera spent 21 years in prison for a murder. He did not commit framed, he says, by a now retired Chicago gang crimes. Detective Rivera is one of at least 20 who have been exonerated in cases where that detective lead the investigations. They set out to rob You convict me for whatever reasons why Rather, it was just a con the community that they got the perpetrator. Or whatever it may be. It's still not right because taxpayers have to pay for it. Victim's family have to relive this all over again what they think it's closed, and it's just painful for everybody. Over the past decade, Chicago has paid about a half billion dollars for police misconduct. Rivera attorney Locke Bowman is the head of the MacArthur Justice Center at Northwestern Law School, he says in cases where misconduct is clear, said he's often continue to fight against the allegations for months, sometimes years, and that could mean a hefty price tag for taxpayers. The decision to settle a case like that early ends up saving money for attorney's fees. And can result in Ah lower settlement before everybody gets dug in, and the price of the case goes up insurance policies and local budgets usually pay for judgments and claims. Jurisdictions hurting for cash may borrow issuing bonds to spread out payment, add bank fees and interest to investors. And those cost pile up with taxpayer's footing. The bill for police misconduct and as covert 19 devastates budgets nationwide. That could be a more frequent scenario. Chicago City Council Finance Committee Chairman Scott Waguespack says the city is working to break that expensive pattern and concentrating on police reforms so that we're not just saying, Okay, here's another settlement and good job negotiating it and move on, but really look at the deep seated issues within the department to start rooting out those problems. Activists argue tying police misconduct cost to police budgets could help prevent police wrongdoing as well as making police officers especially repeat offenders financially accountable. Currently so called qualified immunity rules shield officers from those costs that's changed in Colorado State representative Leslie Hair. It was the force behind the state's decision to drop its qualified immunity provisions. A new law requires officers guilty of wrongdoing to pay up to $25,000 and that if they were found to have acted in bad faith, violating someone's right, possibly ending in death. That they actually had to be held person responsible, just like anyone else who violated their policies and their obligations at their work with the law also allows officers to purchase liability insurance. Other jurisdictions looking to reduce police related lawsuits may follow that hybrid model of splitting settlement costs between cities and individual officers that just as victims or the families of people injured or killed by police misconduct. Continue to seek Justice. Cheryl Corley. NPR NEWS Chicago

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New York AG files lawsuit to dissolve NRA for "fraud and abuse"

Larry Elder

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

New York AG files lawsuit to dissolve NRA for "fraud and abuse"

"Reporting New York State Attorney General Leticia James has filed a lawsuit against the National Rifle Association. Accusing its leaders of using funds for lavish personal trips, contracts for associates and other expenditures. James says it's time to put the NRA out of business for these years of fraud and misconduct. We are seeking. An order. To dissolve the NRA in its entirety. James highlighted misspending and self dealing claims that have roiled the NRA and its longtime leader, Wayne LaPierre, in recent years from hair and make up for his wife to a $17 million post employment contract for himself. In a statement Enright President Caroline Meadows label James of political opportunist who is pursuing a rank vendetta with an attack on its members. Second

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"$17 million" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"$17 million" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Pragmatic at the Johnson, Bank sports. Hey, greg. Hey, John wall. Multiple reports indicate the box will take the floor against the wizards tonight without Yana Yakubu, Janas dealing with a hip contusion. According to game notes on Janas has missed a game this season guard, Malcolm Brogdon has shined. Khris Middleton appreciates everything from brogden. He's been like that. Is better. Stronger in different better different areas. Always a steady presence. Hope we can keep our coverage of tonight's game begins with buck shots at five. Thirty in the past twenty four hours three free agent. Second baseman have found new homes Brian dosier signing with the nationals Lowery with the Mets and DJ. Lemay Hugh agrees today to a two year twenty four million dollar contract with the brewers reportedly showing interest in former pirates second baseman. Josh here is him earlier today. The brewers finalized one year deals with all six of their arbitration eligible players including Travis Shaw and Corey can nibble. It is that time of year John the arbitration time of year will young award winner. Jacob degrom in the Mets. He went to arbitration or could have gone to arbitration. But instead they agreed to a just a one year deal here. It's a record raise for an arbitration eligible player to gras made seven point four billion last year. He'll make seventeen billion this coming season. So about a ten million dollar hike. He's eligible last year and tonight the badgers basketball team on the home floor against Purdue. All right. Thanks, greg. It's four seventeen on WTMJ the week in review up next. The Bruce city.

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Mueller's Russia investigation cost nears $17 million

WLOB's Morning News with Ray Richardson

01:02 min | 4 years ago

Mueller's Russia investigation cost nears $17 million

"Manufacturer everywhere fox news radio one chris foster president trump says the united states will no longer be taken advantage of in trade deals but some republicans in congress say new steel and aluminum tariffs on our allies will hurt americans down the road in retaliation mexico said it would target us exports the eu is targeting american bourbon motorcycles canada announced sixteen billion dollars a new tariffs on various us goods boxes ed henry at the white house a spending report from the justice department shows the russian election meddling investigation has cost about seventeen million dollars nine million it would have been spent any way plus cost of the special counsel's office money covers the price of prosecutor's office rent and travel running for may of two thousand seventeen march of this year president trump's still calling it a witch hunt boat robert muller's effort has produced five guilty pleas fox's nato in washington the money comes from a treasury department account that's not tied to congressional approval fox news we report you decide portland's new fm at one hundred point five and news.

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