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"Stations. News Now for 30. I'm Maria Leave President Biden meeting with business leaders today as the administer Duration. Works on a new rule that would require businesses with more than 100 employees to mandate the coronavirus vaccine, the president said. Vaccine requirements work in are supported by big businesses and firms. Goldman Sachs vaccinations will have positive impact on employment. Means less spread of covert, which will help people return to work. Among those who attended the meeting with President Biden, the CEOs of the Walt Disney Company, Columbia Sportswear and Molly Moon's homemade ice cream. Arizona filed a lawsuit challenging the proposed rule, becoming the first state to take legal action. Rachel Sutherland. Fox News. Another major piece has fallen in the varsity blues college admissions scandal. Former Georgetown University tennis coach Gordon Ernst has agreed to plead guilty to accepting bribes. Prosecutors claim earns took $2.7 million from parents in exchange for passing off their Children as tennis recruits in order to get them into Georgetown. Nine Parents have already pleaded guilty in the case, which was part of the largest college admissions scandal ever uncovered Implicating corporate executives in Hollywood stars. Prosecutors in the Ernst case will recommend the judge imposed a four year prison sentence and a $3.4 million fine. John Matthews on W. M A. L and W M a l dot com People around the district are not getting their mail and its teams. That problem won't be going away anytime soon. Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton's been writing to the D C postmaster. To tell her that district residents are getting their mail late and some days, not at all. Postmaster Cheri Harper wrote back, saying the Postal Service's quote doing everything within its power to provide timely and efficient delivery service unquote. The problem, she says, is that many employees are absent more or have limited availability because of the pandemic. She blames it in part on the American Rescue Plan Act, which gives postal employees up to 600 hours of emergency leave Heather Curtis on W M A. N w m a l dot com Now subject to a lawsuit from a former staff member of Good Morning America. A Good Morning America staffers filed a new claim against ABC, contending that the network retaliated against her. After she filed a formal complaint alleging the show's top producer sexually assaulted her. Kirsten Crawford, in an amended lawsuit, filed Wednesday alleged the network retaliated by not offering her the job security and salary increase she deserved. Last month, Crawford filed a lawsuit against ABC and Michael Corn alleging cord sexually assaulted her during a trip to Los Angeles in 2015 Corn, denied the claims. However, he left the show in April alleged in this lawsuit that executives were made aware of her claim in 2017, but took no action. Michele Pelino Fox News on Wall Street, the Dow finished the day up. 237 points the S and P 500 up 38. The NASDAQ Up 1 24. W M A L traffic and weather Next, providing scalable HR services, employee benefits, payroll and HR technology. For 30, plus years.
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"Fallen in the bar. Varsity blues college admissions scandal. Former Georgetown University tennis coach Gordon earned Disagree to plead guilty to accepting bribes. Prosecutors claim earns took $2.7 Million from parents in exchange for Passing off their Children is tennis recruits in order to get them into Georgetown. Nine. Parents have already pleaded guilty in the case, which was part of the largest college admissions scandal ever uncovered implicating corporate executives in Hollywood stars. Prosecutors in the Ernst case will recommend the judge imposed a four year prison sentence and a $3.4 million fine. John Matthews on W M A. L and W m a l dot com. The Senate Judiciary Committee holding a hearing right now on former USA Gymnastics Doctor Larry Nassar's abuse of athletes and the FBI's inaction when those allegations were first brought to the agency in 2015 Simone Biles, who was one of Nassar's victims, calls for the U. S Olympic and Paralympic committees. To be investigated for their role in covering up the allegations. Neither U s a G nor us so PC have ever been made the subject of the same level of scrutiny. These are the entities entrusted with the protection of our support and our athletes. And yet it feels like questions of responsibility and organizational failures remain unanswered. Master pleaded guilty to child porn and tampering with evidence charges was sentenced to 60 years in prison by a federal court as well as up to 175 and up to 125 years, respectively by two separate Michigan courts. Fairfax County shoppers will have to start paying a nickel for a plastic bag at the grocery store next year, The Board of Supervisors voted 9 to 1 to approve the new five cent tax on single use plastic bags. Tags. The one dissenting vote supervisor Pat Haredi. This is a long time for any new tax Herod. He also the lone Republican says. Instead he wanted to teach people how to recycle. There is a big market for plastic bags to the to be recycled in Virginia. Montgomery County in D. C. Already have the five cent tax on single use plastic bags, Barbara Brute W M L and W m a l dot com Wall Street This new in the Dow Up 103 points the S and P 500 up 11. NASDAQ Down four doubled UML traffic and weather next Vince.
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"Because it kind of I don't want to say it favors Bruce Castor, but It. Um it kind of rescues him or or validate, sir vindicates him, which is unusual, particularly because Bruce Castor went on to defend the president of the United States. A guy that defensively in the Supreme Court is not Obviously not much A fan of that's that's pretty insightful. I had I had roughly the same take, Um, lawyers around the country and I've I've talked to them. Really think the Pennsylvania Supreme Court messed up royally. During the last election, they clearly made a ruling about absentee boldly about voting that was contrary to the Pennsylvania Constitution. Which does not permit expansion of absentee voting, so they are looked at as somewhat of political leftward court. So when they made this decision, I suppose the best way to put it would be they returned to what courts should do. Which to set aside political biases and look at the law. And although it's a terrible outcome that sexual offender like Bill Cosby is walking the streets. My goodness. As a prosecutor just makes me ill to think that he's out. It is a matter of law that an office that makes a promise. Which, in this case the district attorney's office did has to keep that promise. No matter who's sitting in the chair. Doesn't matter whether it was your first name was Bruce or Kevin, if you hold that power You must be held to that promise. Mark Weaver is with us again. He's prosecutor in Ohio, previously practiced in Montgomery County P A and served as deputy attorney general of Ohio for a time as well, to be clear as a matter of law. And you look at this. You believe Bill Cosby is guilty of the things he was convicted of doing. Well, I think the evidence is overwhelming, including his own admissions in the civil depositions that Bruce Castor essentially allowed to happen. Bruce Castor was trying to get justice. For this victim and what he essentially said. There it was. I don't think you can win in a criminal court because I can't prove my case. But if I say to Cosby, I'm not going to prosecute you. You can go take him to civil court for money damages, And in fact, Cosby eventually paid this woman $3.4 million and the question was raised and it's a good one to me. How? How can someone is, um Oh, or people as a droid is in the law is Cosby's legal team. How do they not? Make this case before he's jailed. Why did this come so late? Or were they making it and I just wasn't paying attention. They were making it, Which is why Bruce Castor was called as a witness at the trial. Television lawyers are much more meaning Cosby, Some of the Cosby's lawyers are much more political than legal. So there's some sharp ones, and there's some ones that are just firebrands would like to talk in front of the media. So Cosby had an uneven legal team, but they did try to advance this argument. And that's how it got to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Of course. And ultimately you come down on. I assume while you said it's pretty clear he's admitted the things and you believe him to be guilty. Do you? Do you agree with the ruling? I guess, ultimately do you still think he needs to be freed based on what the Supreme Court found? Yeah. Yes, I mean, it's one of those things that make you sick to your stomach to go along with, But the logic makes sense. There's there's a principle in contract law. If you and I are going to We're talking about making a buying a car or something. We could form a contract. But there's a there's a concept and concept ball contract law that's called Promissory Estoppel. It's a fancy word. All it means is If I make a promise to you, and then you start acting based on the fact that I made that promise and you act to your detriment, you do something you wouldn't normally do that later. I have to be held to that promise. And that's what the Supreme Court said happened in this case that that essentially district attorney then district 10 Ebert, Bruce Castor made a promise. Hey, you're not going to be prosecuted for this crime? And that Bill Cosby then relied on that promise by speaking in a civil deposition and not asserting his Fifth Amendment privilege against self incrimination And then, as a result, the Commonwealth has to be held to that promise, so it makes sense legally, even though it's a terrible result. Bill Cosby walks free. Was there a mistake made Ultimately, I mean people that blame or attack Bruce Castor. Basically, they heard a lot of people say it was his fault. He created a situation where the court had to release Cosby. Do you see it that way? Now. I don't blame caster. I think Kevin Steele made the mistake. Bruce Castor could not have won a criminal case against Bill Cosby at the time when there was only one victim speaking and Bill Cosby was Arguably the most popular Philadelphia. It's a living at the moment, and so, uh, And that extended, of course, the Montgomery County and Shelton Ham were Crosby left, and so I think Castor made the right decision. Could he have gone to court and sought what's called a formal immunity agreement where judge on the record puts all the all the agreements down and it's very clear. I think he could have and that might might have made a little cleaner. Kevin Steele obviously feels like he did not have to follow what Bruce Castor agreed to or or decided and use it as a political cudgel against Castor and their later square off for election. Final question. Mark Weaver, do you think Bill Cosby has any kind of legal Recourse. Now, do you think he could turn around and essentially sue the prosecutor's officer, Montgomery County or the Commonwealth in General, I mean or no. It's hard to sue governments because of it. A concept called sovereign immunity, So I'd be surprised if he if he would. He'd have to show the damage. Now. He'd say the damage was he was in jail, but he's got two problems. One is That his remedy was to be released from jail, which happened and number two. He must know how how politically unpopular he is. So in order to win any new lawsuit, he'd have to convince a panel of civil jurors that he's intact that this wealthy dude Is entitled to some more money in his bank account. It's hard to imagine a Montgomery County or any jury agreeing to that great analysis. I knew it would be. And if you haven't read Mark Weavers piece from last week, it's in Newsweek. It's called Cosby is free because of political agenda interfered with the law. Great. Great. Take great information. Thank you so much for your insight to kick off the week mark. We appreciate.
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"In one ABC News I'm Jim Ryan. Rescue crews are still digging through the rubble at the site of the condo collapse in Surfside, Florida, ABC is Victor. Oh, kendo is near the scene with family members of the 152 people still missing. Relatives asked for DNA samples to help identify those found in the rubble and for unique characteristics for the missing, such as tattoos and scars is in hospital is in the rubble. We just want to know already. Valarie Montez, Sharapova's newlywed brother, Russell and sister in law had just moved into their Seventh floor apartment. Her parents drove from New York City to Florida, seeking to learn Russell's fate. New tension with Iran after US forces carried out airstrikes over the weekend against Iranian backed militias, the Pentagon describes it as a defensive strike to address the growing threat in the region. Intense record setting temperatures in the Pacific northwest Portland, Oregon hit 112 degrees on Sunday. Breaking the 108 degree record set just a day earlier. This is ABC News. Uber has agreed to pay more than $3.4 million to 15,000 drivers. It's for benefits. The company failed to pay two drivers in Seattle after the city extended protections to gig workers during the pandemic. The killing of two people in a suburb of Boston is being investigated as a possible hate crime. Here's a B C's Aaron Carter Ski at First Police thought they were responding to a car crash and went through when they discovered retired Air Force staff sergeant remote A Cooper and retired Massachusetts state trooper David Green shot and killed by a married gunman with a PhD and no criminal history. Nathan Allen was killed by police and investigators subsequently found what prosecutors called troubling white supremacy rhetoric. He wrote about the superiority of the white race and drew swastikas before crashing a stolen box truck and killing two black victims. And Google will now let you know when it does. Doesn't have a reliable answer to a question. People using Google to look up information on breaking news or a topic that is evolving may get a warning that results are changing quickly. Jim Ryan ABC NEWS I'm one of thousands of.
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"Pandemic is largely to blame areas are not able to hire and certified lifeguards fast enough. Just as more Americans are flocking to waterfront destinations. No fun in the sun at this pool in Lackawanna State Park in Pennsylvania, it closed due to staffing shortages. In Ohio notices on Facebook, turning away eager pool goers and in Austin, they're struggling to stay afloat just 250 lifeguards this summer compared to 750 in a typical year. We just don't have the time to get the lifeguards train and on payroll for this summer. We're seeing dangerous rescues and even fatal encounters in areas normally covered by lifeguards. Like along Lake Michigan, where over the weekend, a 14 year old girl had to be airlifted to the hospital in critical condition. It sounds like a wave struck them and they ended up going into some deeper water. And getting into problems. There were no lifeguards on duty, experts say. It's even more important to make sure there's a lifeguard on duty. Even if you're a strong swimmer when they're on those lifeguard stands, they're not waiting for the call. They're there to keep people out of trouble, people that think they don't need lifeguards that they're probably overestimating their abilities. And in several places, lifeguards are actually using drones in life saving situations. To drop life fast in the water, For example, they might get even more use now, given these shortages as a report from ABC, Victor Oquendo, this is common news now. Your political insights from ABC News the Justice Department suing Georgia over that state's new election law, alleging Republican State lawmakers intend to deny black voters equal access to the ballot. The Republican governor, calling the allegation dead wrong. The president promising progressive Democrats. He'll also push a separate human infrastructure bill that includes education and childcare, but urging them to also pass the physical roads and bridges deal. It will also have a huge impact on low income communities and communities of color. Will eliminate lead pipes to stop kids from drinking poison water. Biden spokesperson Jen Psaki repeating the president's promise to sign both deals. Next week. The president welcomes Israel's president to the White House, then hits the road to Wisconsin. He'll discuss improving rural and foreign economies. Later, he talks about reducing the risk of Western wildfires and has continued push for federal voting rights bills. Those your political insights I'm Andy Field, ABC News. We have a propel insurance, money and business report for you right now. Weekend edition. Uber this past week agreed to pay $3.4 million to some 15,000 Seattle drivers. That's the settle charges that the ride hailing companies, drivers may not have been compensated properly for their paid sick days during the pandemic. Instagram is testing the ability to create.
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"In at this point coming up after traffic. Why he's so confident and how there might not be much relief in sight. Washington State still is not meeting the goal of having 70% of people over 16 vaccinated by the end of the month. The Department of Health says. We're now at 68.1% governor. Inslee says he still plans to lift most covid restrictions on June 30th. But we're not done on June 30th. This is going to be continuing ongoing effort every single day to give Washingtonians of life saving opportunity at this vaccine. Bensley also announced an extension of the eviction moratorium to the end of September, but there are now New more requirements for renters to make arrangements with their landlords. We have details on komo news dot com. I'm Ryan Harris. Lawyers for instant card and the city of Seattle tried to convince the state Supreme Court commissioner to review a King County judge's decision denying the city's request to dismiss the suit over its covid food delivery hazard feed, the city's attorney argues. The county court made several legal errors in its ruling attorney Daniel Rubens for Instacart and the Washington Food Industries Association, says the city didn't make it. Case for review, Direct review and your laboratory basis in this court should be reserved for truly exceptional days. The Supreme Court commissioner says he'll have his decision by next week. Uber has agreed to pay more than $3.4 million to 15,000 drivers after acknowledging violations of Seattle's paid sick leave law covering gig workers Amid the Covid 19 pandemic, the Seattle City Council last year temporarily extended sick and safe leave protections to gig workers. The law allows the workers to take paid days off to care for themselves or family members who gets sick or to care for Children whose schools are closed. Uber conducted audits that showed technical glitches and other problems with awarding the benefits to some of its drivers. Seattle's Office of Labor Standards says the company voluntarily fix the issues to Seattle mayoral candidate with Native American Heritage got a chance to shine in an online forum devoted to urban tribal issues Calling Echo Hawk a member of the Pawnee Nation is a high profile candidates. You are my kids. Immunity. You are my friends. Um, you are some of the greatest leaders that I know. The field also includes Seattle Deputy Mayor KC six Killer whose heritage is Cherokee. Every native person has has got built into our DNA. Some type of intergenerational trauma that we are still working through. The mayoral primary is set for August 3rd. Come on news times three or four more on the dangerous temperatures coming up. But here is now Marina Rock injure with our.
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"Now the news. Good afternoon. I'm brand Ford. Our top story An entire Oregon police unit has resigned after reporting police officer was indicted for allegedly assaulting a protester. 11 K X is Michael Kastner. Reports about 50 officers with the Portland crowd control unit resigned Wednesday after a grand jury indicted officer Corey Bud Worth on a misdemeanor assault charge for what prosecutors say was an excessive and unlawful use of force during a protest last August But worth is accused of hitting a woman in the head with a baton, the police union says, but worth accidentally struck the woman while trying to break up a riot. Acting police chief Chris Davis says the crowd control unit was under a tremendous amount of stress during the sustained civil unrest Import Inland Port City Commissioner Joanne Hardest. He is calling for the police bureau to eliminate the rapid response team in a statement hardest, he says the resignation of the officers on the team makes it a perfect time to make the change She has supported disbanding the team prior to the resignations. Hard, as he says now is the opportunity to show white crowd control and de escalation in policing looks like without the rapid response team. An Oregon man has pleaded guilty to illegally receiving millions of dollars in Covid 19 relief money. 51 year old Andrew Lloyd admitted to filing false documents to get $3.4 million in federal relief loans. He invested the money in stock funds that more than tripled his investment. Federal prosecutors sees the accounts loyal, pay $3.6 million restitution and forfeit more than $11 million in cash and securities, along with 23 Properties that he bought with the money. Prosecutors recommending five years in prison when he is sentenced. Quite an offer from a notorious defendant in the January 6th riot at the US Capitol for $100 Richard Barnett will sign a photo of himself with his feet propped on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is desk for 25 Bucks. He'll sign a copy of his release order. Federal prosecutors revealed the audacious offers in a court filing as they asked the judge to deny Barnett's request to travel so he can attend a car show. Prosecutors also said Barnett and his attorney appeared on Russian state television and had police called on him twice for reasons that were not specified. The defense had prosecutors have fabricated lies, bent the truth and distorted facts to deprive Barnett of Freedom. Liberty and Justice. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New York residents along the Gulf.
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"How to handle things. Simply because it's a matter of, um, show your papers and if you don't produce your papers, we're gonna brand you every few songs. The students were asked to raise their hands so it could be determined who they were dancing around. And at this point, the district says, there have been no reports of Covid 19 cases from the prom. Duncan, franchise owner agrees to pay a fine in response to charges that they violated child labor laws. Attorney General Maura Healey says Give those days management group, which operates 10 Dunkin Donuts franchises in the Boston area. Will pay a $120,000 fine for violating the state's child labor laws. The company was issued five citations for four of its locations. The violations include miners who worked earlier or later than permissible under the law miners who worked longer than the maximum allowed hours in one day. Failure to obtain work permits for miners. Miners who worked on supervised after eight PM and miners who did not receive a meal break after working more than six hours Last year, the attorney general filed child labor complaints against 37 employers, including Duncan, Chipotle and Wendy's, and collected $3.4 million in fines. Art Cohen WB's The Boston's News radio. What an NBA star is wearing will be a key component in a major film that drops next month. Space Jam a new Legacy a reboot 25 years after the original with Michael Jordan, This one has LeBron James starring. I'm a cartoon. Oh, I'm sure that Kevin Hart and what will lead to marketing and merchandising millions. He wears Jersey number six. He intends to switch from 23 to 6 for the Lakers next season. He previously wore the number with Miami and in the film, LeBron will wear his latest signature sneaker. All of his earlier models have been unveiled on the hardwood. Steve Kalfan CBS News, It's Wanna wait overnight of Bloomberg Business. The housing boom and a labor shortage are tapping and already constrained. Plumbing industry boomers are retiring at a faster rate than they can be replaced Train. Northrop leads like Cell, America's a plumbing manufacturer and the owner of American Standard, he says, just like businesses and other sector. There's too few skilled workers and rising prices are creating challenges. We're seeing high single digits of inflation in certain areas. We're seeing double digits and others whether it's logistics, getting the products to where they need to be in the time that they need to be there, or the materials themselves. Northrup says. The current situation has pushed lick cell to change its offerings We've seen or do it yourselfers. Really increase over the last year and a half, And with that inability to find a skilled plumber, we need to make our products easier to install and another pandemic era trend expected to last into the future demand for touchless products. I'm Alisa Parenti. Bloomberg Business and WBZ. Boston's news radio spots Speaker. Smart Speaker.
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"Work after 1 40 not seeing any delays on 3 93 or 95 heading up to New Hampshire. Rob Hackler, WB's traffic on the three Thank you, Rob. Let's check the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast. Dean Devore tells us If you're getting some showers now they will move offshore. And better weather is coming. We expect sunshine later. Temperatures in the seventies in Boston and inland beaches will be a little bit cooler today in the mid and upper sixties. Partly cloudy overnight Tonight 54 in the suburbs 61 in Boston tomorrow. Great sunshine Warm 80. 2 84 beaches will be in the seventies could get some rain moving into the area tomorrow night and then from Monday cloudy, breezy. A couple showers 70 to 75 Tuesday warmer 80 to 85 clouds and sun, but again cannot rule out a late day shower So most of the rain has moved well to our south south of Middleborough. Down to the Wareham born area down to the cape right now in born 57 degrees dryer in Holliston, where it is 58 degrees Woburn at 60 and in Boston, right now, clouds 61 degrees that 905, the owner of a Duncan franchise agrees to pay a fine after being charged with violating child labor laws. Attorney General Maura Healey says Give US Days Management Group, which operates 10 Dunkin Donuts franchises in the Boston area. Will pay a $120,000 fine for violating the state's child labor laws. The company was issued five citations for four of its locations. The violations include miners who worked earlier or later than permissible under the law miners who worked longer than the maximum allowed hours in one day. Failure to obtain work permits for miners. Miners who worked on supervised after eight PM and miners who did not receive a meal break after working more than six hours Last year, the attorney general filed child labor complaints against 37 employers, including Duncan, Chipotle and Wendy's, and collected $3.4 million in fines..
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"Good ride on the expressway. Route three is okay along the South shore and not seeing any big delays southwest of town on the pike. Rob Hackle a W UBS's traffic on the three Rob, Let's check the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast. Dean DeVore tells us some rain at times to start the day but then clouds will give way to sun will get to the low seventies. Today. Sixties at the beach is partly cloudy. Chilly overnight Tonight 54 in the suburbs 61 in Boston tomorrow. Great sunshine. Warm 80 to 84 beaches will be in the lower seventies might see some showers roll in tomorrow night and then Monday Clouds. Breezy cool with some showers. Seventies Tuesday warms up into the eighties but again with clouds Sun always that chance of a late day shower. Some of the heaviest rains right now falling. Down toward the Cape and the born sandwich areas 58 degrees this morning in sandwich in rent them. Still getting some showers. 55 north of Boston is where it's dried out for the most part. Right now. In Sudbury, 57 degrees and in Boston, with clouds were at 60 degrees at 805, the owner of a Duncan franchise, agreeing to pay a fine After being charged with violating child labor laws. Just WBC's art Cohen attorney General Maura Healey, says most days management group which operates 10 Dunkin Donuts franchises in the Boston area. Will pay a $120,000 fine for violating the state's child labor laws. The company was issued five citations for four of its locations. The violations include miners who worked earlier or later than permissible under the law miners who worked longer than the maximum allowed hours in one day failure to obtain work permits for minors. Miners who worked on supervised after eight PM and miners who did not receive a meal break After working more than six hours last year, the attorney general filed child labor complaints against 37 employers, including Duncan, Chipotle and Wendy's. And collected $3.4 million in fines..
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"On WTMJ. Jeff. I'm planning on coming down every day to watch you do your show? Well, I appreciate that thought. It's just if you've seen this out of state fair, it's very cool. But watching people talking to microphones. I mean, that's that's great. Once you see what we look like and After a little while, it's like, Oh, that's a man talking into the microphone or kind of like looking down at the notes that he has that helps him decide where he's gonna talk about that, but that's fine. Um, that's it, Jeff, If I'm correct, you'll have a bar 20 ft away from your booth. So that's a plus. It's I guess you've got that. They're, um let's see Melissa. I follow you, Jeff on Twitter. So I know what he looks like. I've never seen a photo of you, but I could definitely agree with your previous statement. I, too, thought you were a blonde. Okay, don't but that is it. People have images is toe what folks look like and that's fine. All right. I believe In many respects the governor of the state of Wisconsin. Tony Evers, is an accident of history. Hear me out. I believe that Scott walking Evers one, a very, very close election against Scott Walker in 2018. The reason I believe, and you can feel free to disagree, But I believe that Evers one wasn't because of Walker. It was a reaction to President Trump. Now hear me out on this one. Back in 2018. You had a lot of people, especially a lot of people in danger County who were incredibly motivated to turn out to vote, and they hated Donald Trump. It is hated Donald Trump, and they turned out in huge numbers. They couldn't vote against Donald Trump in 2018, but they could vote against anybody that had an R after their name. And I think it was that motivation. I don't think it mattered. Whether it was Tony Evers on the ballot or my producer group, or it doesn't It doesn't matter. I don't think it mattered who was running against Scott Walker in 2018. You had these highly motivated people who hated hated, hated loads. Donald Trump and wanted to quote unquote send a message. They were going to vote for anybody. And it just happened to be Evers, who was the Cabinet so by accident of history, that that's that's what I mean. I don't think I don't think there were too many people that actually went out and said you, I'm really excited about voting for Tony Evers here. I'm thrilled to cast my vote. It was I'm going to. I'm going to send a message to those evil Republicans and I'm gonna I'm gonna stick it to Donald Trump. And I'm going to stick with Scott Walker. And I'm going to vote for whoever that is, is my take. Well, Donald Trump is gone. It's a different dynamic now hum when the 2022 election rolls around a year from November, and it's actually it's I know, On the one hand, it seems like we just went through an election and we did. On the other hand, you know, the gubernatorial race is coming up in November of next year. So here we are. June, June, July, August, September, October, five months Plus, you know another 11. You were 16 months away, and candidates are starting to get their ducks in order. So the story today is that Tony Evers As a SEC essentially Announced that he is running for re election. Now there's some people who thought that might not get my happen, but he he has. I mean, he announced his campaign team. He's been sending signs that he was going to run again. He's raised a bunch of money. As of the end of last year, he has $3.4 million in his campaign account. Now this time Evers. It's a different dynamic. Every election is a different dynamic. This time Evers is going to be running essentially on his record. He's not going to be running is the anti Scott Walker candidate. He's not going to be running as that. That blank candidate that's getting the people are coming out and voting because they want to send a message. Donald Trump He's going to be running on his own merit, which is a different dynamic. He's announcing again. He hasn't formally announced. But by you say, you've got your campaign team that that means you are running. All right. Our number 85561616 20, that is the accurate mortgage talkin text line. Look into your crystal ball. There's Tony Evers get reelected when he runs for re election in November of 2022. We discuss or Jeff Wagner.
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"Curtis and show don't go anywhere, but we have a very special guest with us. Oh, he just dropped off. How rude. Don't do that, My friend When a call show a little perseverance we've got Jonathan Swan. I think he's with Excuse not a big fan of axis, but Jonathan's nog Okay, Jap scooper. Joe Biden is about to waive sanctions on the Russian company charge of the North Stream to pipeline. Does that mean? Does that mean he's a Russian agent? It can only be that he's a Russian agent, because imagine if Donald Trump had made that decision. Oh, how Lacking in any kind of real standards. They are somebody who has standards and who is broken so many stories with his superb works. The author of the Russia Hooks and which Hunt is our good friend, Fox News, a legal expert par excellence. He's Gregg Jarrett. Greg, Welcome back to America first. Yes, Sebastian. Great to be back with you. Well, I want to talk about foul. See and what we're finding out about this Wuhan lab something that you've been working on diligently, but I have to get your reaction to the story. We opened the show with today. The Pentagon sources have revealed and documents that the intercept have has acquired The Defense Department will continue. Quote continuously monitor the social media activity of military personnel but will do so by employing private companies. So it's to circumvent the First Amendment. Your reaction reaction Greg Jarret Well, it's it strikes me is still a violation, whether you farm it out to a third party in order to intentionally, uh, you know, circumvent. The rules and, you know, I find it. Another agree GIs action of the government surveilling not just its own people, but everyone. And, you know, I think it's time it stops. But I don't see any movement in that direction. You know, it is a very, very disturbing sign. Let's talk about the disturbing testimony on Capitol Hill, where it seems as if it was shades. It took me back Greg to a 1999 a certain president, saying it depends what your definition of is is. When found she was being asked about whether or not his organization had Bean sponsoring certain research in a certain virology lab in Communist China. What is it that the American taxpayers should know about recent revelations? Well, First of all track south cheese track record for truth and honesty is abysmal. Yeah, he is a master of half truths, distortions, misrepresentations. Inconsistent, conflicting statements. In one notable case, You remember this sad last December, he admitted he lied to the American people about her immunity for the purpose of manipulating Their behavior. So the question now is did he lie to Congress last Tuesday when he testified in In my judgment, it's quite likely he did. He denied that his group At the NIH funded What's called Gain of function. Research of the Wuhan lab. Very dangerous work that actually takes Theo the virus. Supersize is it and transmits it to humans that may have caused the coded 19 pandemic. But there's no question even though Fauci said, Oh, we didn't we didn't provide the money. His group unquestionably did provide the money. $3.4 million. The coveted research of the lab said So in a published paper, and so did the third party. Deliver the money to her on behalf of found cheese Group in Wuhan. Well, the research actually mentioned Dr Fauci by name in the article, where she's writing about the gain of function research. Yeah, You know, it's a crime to lie to Congress under oath now found she wasn't under oath. But it's also a crime. To provide A false and misleading statement to Congress. When you're not under oath again, that's a crime. South. She It struck me at the time I was watching this stuff, so he was playing word games when he said all we didn't provide the money. I think he was trying to draw a distinction. He provided the money indirectly through a third party called ICO Health Alliance. So it wasn't a direct payment, but still His denial constitutes in my judgment as a lawyer, clearly misleading statement, which is a crime, assuming it was knowing and deliberate is only out of say, didn't know About it. In other words, he's oblivious, which is, by the way, not out of the question. I always thought he was clueless. I interviewed him in the outset of pandemic is clear to me. He had no idea what he was talking about. He was just making stuff up, and I think he still is. Very little of what he has said over the last years based on science, given that you interviewed him at the beginning. Give us your impression beyond that. What? What was he like as an interview? Was this the classic backside covering bureaucrat? Why I asked him where he where he was deriving the information upon which his recommendations were based, and he sort of fumbled, stumbled and mumbled. You know you and this was after he had first said, Oh, you don't need a mask, mask, Stone help and then did a complete reversal and said, Oh, You should be wearing not one but two masks. You know, I mean, I recall vividly turning to my producer after the interview is about a 7 to 10 minute interview. I turned in my producer. I said yes. He sighs is the dumbest guy inventor ever interviewed or or he's clueless. And, you know, in retrospect seven. I think it's a little bit of both Senator Rand Paul called Fauci last week and ignoramus. I don't disagree with that. I've taken to calling him south. She's a fraud. Well, look, I think the Ramos or not, you've documented the reality off the swamp. When it came to the Russia hoax. That's the title of your book and then witch hunt. So let me ask you somebody who is intimately familiar with what This city is like. How does an ignoramus or a fraud like found she Who, if you look at his record on AIDS alone has a disastrous track record. How does that individual rise to the president's chief medical advisor on the highest paid bureaucrat in federal service? Could you help explain that while millions.
"$3.4 million" Discussed on KQED Radio
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"$3.4 million" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Finger. He did very good. So discussed that he threw it into the garbage. Oh, we didn't know that. You can't have any more kids with him. I know it was too late. We already hugged. So he threw the tip of her finger down the garbage disposal her husband just supposed So just like, Oh, my gosh, That looks so horrible. We just need to start cleaning up this scene, right? He probably just was like flung his hands in the air, or something was like, Yeah. Oh, not realizing head. He kept it and put it on ice. Could it have been reattached? Yes. She said she never went to the hospital because there was no there were no stitches that could repair it because she didn't have the tip. What is this? A parsnip, honey? No, you anyway, I think they're expecting a third, baby. Oh, good for them. That's not a fun. Hey, click on this. Steven Seagal. Yeah, he is selling his bulletproof Arizona mansion for 3.4 million. Yes, he is. Donna, Have you looked at the pictures on? Yes, I've looked at some of them. This is I would. I thought it was going to be much weirder. This hit. This house is tucked into the hills of Arizona really print. It is stunning, looking from the outside really remarkable, just like it's just part like like the house grew out of the hillside. The hot tub that overlooks It's just nothing but you have like this open. Arizona Mesa in front of you really dramatic last, and there's a lot of stone. Almost like Castle. Like, Sure, Yes, it is. It's really pretty. It's very much gotta dude vibe to it sure would say, which is fine. Yeah, I think architecturally designed wise. There's a lot of do stuff. I'm trying to figure out they have this master bathroom with a marble tub. And there's a fire installation. Is that a real fire that is happening there? Or is it I do not see which one you are talking about. Talking about the bathtub above the bathroom. That's art. It's a gold. Yeah, well, they well, they say it's a fire installation. Esso. I wondered like, Do you turn a knob and then that fire comes on? Or is it because does it look like Is it blown glass toe Look like fire? I don't know. By the way, the movie room very normal and beautiful. You would think I agree. You would think that this was like, I'm sorry. Looking at it $30 million home getting it's like three point $4,000,004 million. Some of the views are just remarkable, You know, And it reminds me of we lived for a couple of years, Three years in New Mexico. And I'm pretty. There are some really pretty parts of new Mexico and you just see just that terrain and the cactuses and the you we here have the four seasons and we have a lot of Bursting green during spring and summer. In New Mexico and Arizona always looks the same. But there's something enchanting. I think so too. But the one thing I don't for the one thing that I do like I like the cactus. Yeah, Cacti. I I like that. You don't have to worry about grass. It's just all stolen. You're you know, like little pebbles and all they're escaping that. Um, very dry lives. Very try. It is trying. All right. We got to get someone on the phone.
"$3.4 million" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"What is that $3.4 million or something like that? Extraordinary stuff, but he didn't ask his father for anything. And politico knew about this back in November. And here we are finding about finding out about it in March on the day that Joe Biden is going to hold his first presidential press conference after holding out for longer than any president since before electricity, and and here we are absolutely extraordinary story. I've got to say, and we'll hear about the border because Joe Biden put Kamila Harris in charge of the border yesterday. Lucky her and this is, you know, she's the one that called the immigration and customs enforcement, the KKK, and now she's in charge of the open border policy. Of the Biden administration. Let's go to a telephone call Michael, Let's go to let's go to Red. Do calling from Potomac, Maryland. Radu, You're on the Chris Plante show. Hey, Chris. Pleasure, like, always haven't talked in a while. So I guess that was do as you know. I lived under communism like I lived in Romania. I came here 42 years ago. I came here legally. My family eight years to come here to the correct process the way 100 million people have come to this country over the last 100 years anyway, So the funny thing is that Romania and Hungary were the two best countries in eastern Europe prior to World War one. You know, there was it wasn't capitalism per se, but it was some free enterprise out there my grandparents on the vineyard and they on some homes, and you know it was It was nice. As a matter fact Budapest used to be called the Paris of the East. And then you know, socialism kind of came in. Of course, he wasn't called socialism back then, and he went straight directly to communism and how they began. That was very simple. First day to the religion away from the people, and he got to a point where you weren't allowed to go to church was illegal, and you got arrested if you want to church, so there was no more religion. And they took the guns away from you. So you know you couldn't defend yourself so every gun became illegal, so nobody was allowed to own guns. It's very interesting happened, which was they took the history away from the people because in Romania that great dine in Chow shits who would his great wife named named Elena Ceausescu? They removed every statue there was in the country and every statue going forward was only off him and her and she was such a brilliant woman. I have to say that every single textbook in in the in Romania that had to do with schools Got written by her because she put her name on all of them. So you got rid of off your history and you know for somebody that's been here for 42 years for somebody that Adores this country and thanks this country so much for what he's done for me and my family. You see what's going on right now and and to see the similarities. Of the way. Eastern Europe happened. And I wish some of your listeners would go and listen to this. Whose ship Speech at the United Nation 1957 when he took his shoe off, and he banged it on the on the podium, and he said that Russia will not have to raise an arm in order for the US to go to communism within 50 years. They will do that on their own, and he gave a list of about 89 things that are going to happen and they are all happening. And people are not Understanding how scary that is, in particular for somebody like myself. He has lived through that. S O. I let you talk about that for a minute. You want to? The only other thing I want to say is that I made five predictions when? When camera Harris became president. Because to me, Joe Biden is not a president Cameron Harris is the president. Number one. We're going to get it up off the filibuster Number two. We gonna get rid of the electoral College number three D C will become a state number four. Uh, Puerto Rico will become a state and number five. Our taxes will go through the roof. And they have very working within 60 days. They have very quickly working on three single one of them, and he's very proud to tell you that the rate taxes will go up there saying Oh, but only for people that make over $400,000 a year. Which is a absolute horse crap, because there's only about 10% of the population. Who makes that in order for you to really get money. You've got a text everybody and the first thing that happened just in the last couple of weeks that those four people who drive for uber And whatever the other one is and your dash They used to have to report on Lee money that I made about 20,000 now is about 600 is that people? Low income people. Risk, like always. It's a pleasure. I'll hang up and I'll listen to you. Unless you're me to stay on. God bless you read do I've got I've got a break here. I'm so glad that you called in a so great to talk to you, Um I hope that everyone is listening Radio and Nikolai and Elena Ceausescu got their comeuppance in the end some of the worst dictators in Eastern Europe during that period and God Bless you Radio. You are a great American. That is for sure. That's red do from Romania. Listen to him. He knows You know that average interest rates on credit card debt right now are over 17% a PR If you looked at your interest rate lately on your bills, pay off your credit cards and save a whole lot of your hard earned money with a credit card Consolidation.
"$3.4 million" Discussed on WTVN
"Card. You OK? Yeah, but we need a bigger stadium for all 15 people. So, Jack, what's going on in your world, buddy? All right, So as we know, places they're opening up. People want s'more going back to restaurants and bars and your higher state Patrol drop the media released yesterday to remind all of us not to press our luck the ST Patrick's Day So the USP is urging, you know. As we do to use sober drivers over taxes. What have you but their patrol on local law enforcement air working together this week? Under the National Highway Safety Administration's bus Driving is drunk driving campaign now, interestingly and not their release. This is the first time I've seen statistics on ST Patty's Day itself. But over the last four years just on ST Patrick's Day, they've made a total of 691 ov I arrest okay one day, so Free beer. I hear that Budweiser is turning it green for the week. So how high is that? Over a normal day or holiday? What is it? You know? Statistics are like, Well, you know, I were on the radio. I gotta be careful. I've got statistics unlike anything you could Benjamin Twist him anyway. You want I think that I mean that that's a That's a pretty high number. I think for some day like ST Patrick's Day for just one Enforcement agency. That's not including the shares and local police. What is that? You're just did some math here in a $5000 a case on average at $3.4 Million of revenue. Wow! One day. How many do you I 600 plus the U. S. Every average cases five grand. That's a low side. So that's that's a good business for the state to you've had two beers, sir. Please put your hands behind your back. Here's five grand.
"$3.4 million" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Have that one stop spot to go nowhere. You can click and make your appointment on the the same time they have now made it to about 1200 different providers across the state. Who can give a shot. So if you if you're looking for one, you really have to do your homework and click around and try and find somebody who's got it. He said yesterday that one good bet might be for the first time like the independent pharmacies because they were opened up as part of the system yesterday. So starting on Thursday. Those neighborhood pharmacies the ones that you know, aren't affiliated with the with the big guys like Kroger, Walgreens, We'll be able to give it a swell. Yeah, my daughter found an appointment for May. She just clicks. Are you available this time? This place this place this place? I mean, I was surprised did yesterday when I was kind of doing the clicking around to sort of check into his to give people a feel for what's available in theirs. Definitely many more spots opening up. I told us you could charge people 20 bucks. It's not a bad surprise that somebody hasn't done that. Because that would have been an incredible business to get into. Now. The statement he gave you a little push back, but she just don't with friends of mine, You know, Tell him 20 bucks. You get fined unemployment line it up. I mean, it's not hard to navigate the system once you know what you're doing. But, yeah, you have to be a little Internet savvy and you have to be patient. Yes, just after you have to know that the hour of the time to hit and that's a problem. She called and said, Can you be at the Kroger and Norwood on Thursday at four? Yes, up Now that he's gone, you know? Yeah. You're being landed up. No, it's gone. Means of people are trying. 60. Plus now across Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana. That's the bottom line. Okay, coming up our news at 5 30. We'll have more on how they're remembering a six year old boy murdered in Middletown. They'll have AH, service today at his school. There was a candlelight vigil last night for the Sad end to this child's life. Details 15 minutes away News Radio seven w other Batman for those stories I hate all right, 5 19. And if you're somebody stays up late at night, like May Worried that Angelina Jolie might run out of money. Good news for her. She's sold a painting done by Winston Churchill for a record. Rice. Let's see. It's a mosque. And Christie that see the auction house. They estimated it would go for $3.4 million and it went for 12. That's a lot of money. $12 million, So she's gonna be all right. Angelina Jolie is not going to run out of money said she's going to do okay. I was worried I was gonna go go fund me page. Yeah. As some people just the risk it read. Richard used to do the painting, by the way is the sun set over Marrakech? Apparently Churchill and FDR. Um After the Casablanca Conference of 1943 What you recall segue they committed to Insisting on unconditional surrender from the Nazis. Roosevelt was so taken by this sunset in America Ash that Churchill painted it for him and sent it to him as a gift. What? I wonder if they do that these days? I'm sure for one of our allies would do that Trump. Nope. Trump makes three paints things. I'm sure for President G. Exactly. Yeah, and treat now. Color, but the gift color by numbers, But yeah, they thought good for 3.4 million. It went for 12. So what? Congratulations there. I feel better for all right. 5 20 years our time said stands by with sports, and we'll check your weather just ahead to 700 wlw. You famous the kind.
Justin Turner Returning to Dodgers on a Two-Year $34 Million Deal
"Nights off the Los Angeles Dodgers, bringing back third baseman Justin Turner. It's a two year deal with a third year club option worth $34 million, and it includes an $8 million
IRS Says Its Own Error Sent $1,200 Stimulus Checks To Non-Americans Overseas
"Now. Earlier this year, our team of reporters discovered that stimulus money from the first coronavirus relief package had been mistakenly sent to citizens off other countries. U. S government previously blamed the recipients for that error. But as Sasha Pfeiffer from our NPR investigations, team reports, the Iris now says those non Americans were not always at fault and the mistake Is likely to happen again, if more stimulus checks go out. Suzanne Wig force is a 78 year old citizen of Sweden, who lives in the country's capital, Stockholm, and over the summer, she was surprised to get a check in the mail from the United States Treasury, followed by a letter signed by President Donald J. Trump. And he says the White House Washington You lied. 31st. Your economic impact payment has arrived. My fellow American. It was a stimulus check for $1200. And I thought I can't believe it. They're sending it to me. Why? I mean, it's crazy, isn't it? It's crazy, she says, because she is not entitled to that money. The only people eligible for stimulus checks are U. S citizens and individuals that for tax purposes, the iris calls resident aliens. Suzanne. Weak force is neither of those now. Previously, the U. S government said the reason many non citizens mistakenly received checks is they filed incorrect tax returns that made them appear to be American. But weak force does not file a U. S tax return. Asked about this by NPR, The Iris now acknowledges that some non Americans erroneously receive stimulus money through no fault of their own. I'm just upset. I love American. This is so wrong because I saw that number of people were being evicted every month in Chicago, for instance, and I thought One of those families would have needed this stimulus check. Why should a Swedish citizen living abroad received $1200? The iris now says it mistakenly sent checks to some non citizens who receive Social Security and other federal benefits. People like WIG force. She receives a small social security payment from having worked in California for several years. And she believes that's why the iris erroneously sent her a stimulus check. I'm not gonna cash it. I'm just going to leave it here. There's no way I'm going to catch this money. It doesn't belong to me. Since Congress passed its coronavirus relief package in March, the U. S government has put no mechanisms in place to prevent these mistakes from happening again. That means if a new relief plan passes in the final weeks of the Trump administration or during the Biden administration, and if it includes more stimulus payments, some of that money is again likely to mistakenly end up in mailboxes overseas. Weak force is even likely to get another check how much money is leading out from the Treasury Department? Because of these similares checks. I wonder, the U. S. Government cannot answer that question. The Treasury did find that as of late May, $34 million in stimulus had gone to people who filed a tax return with a foreign address. But that includes eligible people like US citizens living abroad, and it does not include citizens of other countries who received a check at a U. S address. For example, NPR interview to citizen of the Dominican Republic who was not eligible, he had got a check at his former address in Massachusetts. At $34 Million also does not include people like WIG Force who got a check but don't file a U. S tax return at all. I think the poor folks in the iris don't have the bandwidth to go chasing this end. A. Kelleher is a vice president at Sprint tax, which does us tax preparation for nonresidents. It'd be great if they did, because I believe that there's millions of dollars that has gone to people that went entitled to it. Certainly not the intended recipients. Spring tax has clients from about 150 countries who mistakenly received stimulus check. Ex. Kelleher said the most common were India, China, South Korea, Vietnam and the United Kingdom, as well as numerous nations in Latin America. It's awful when we hear of millions of dollars going into the wrong hands, but was probably within a somewhat acceptable threshold of error or margin of error acceptable, he said, because Congress opted for speed over accuracy when it flooded the U. S economy with money last spring. Many non Americans who received a check and error are now trying to return it because they worry it will jeopardize their visa or immigration status. Course. There's equally thousands there is saying, Well, if they were silly enough to make this mistake, it's their mistake, and I'm not gonna give it back until they ask for it. Van Shockley falls in that category. He's 74 years old and was born in Pennsylvania. But he moved to Australia after becoming disillusioned with US politics in the 19 sixties. I had always been depressed when JFK was killed. I just couldn't get over that. So I started looking for someplace else start all over. So he gave up his U. S citizenship and has now been an Australian citizen for about a half century. His last trip to the U. S. Was 40 years ago. But he to receive stimulus money even though he's not eligible for it and does not file a U. S tax return. That was a waste together. My check the mail. Love pulled out a check. Federal Reserve Treasury thingamajig along with the eagle on that it's made out to me. What's the sum of America? What the hell's going on here? Why am I getting a check from the government? Just like Suzanne Wig Force in Sweden? Van Shockley in Australia suspects he mistakenly got a check because he receives Social Security from having worked in the U. S before moving overseas. First I thought it was a joke. And then I went down to the bank says Can you do some way of verifying that this is legal and the girl come back after five minutes. This is it's legal. You got the milling. Thank you, ma'am. I didn't ask for the money. I didn't expect any money. But as soon as I got us stuck into the bank, he ain't getting it back. Shockley attributes the mist ake two U. S. Government incompetence, complete stupidity. Just not doing their job properly. U S. Treasury officials said they are quote continuing to assess the accuracy of the stimulus program and the recovery efforts for any erroneous payments. In the meantime, they told NPR the Iris is relying on individuals to voluntarily return these payments. Sasha five for NPR News.
Bad Boys For Life Scores Second Weekend Box Office Win with $34 Million
"And will Smith's a bad boys for life on the box office in its second weekend grossing thirty four million dollars to finish Sunday with a domestic total of a hundred twenty point six million dollars meanwhile Sam Mendes Best Picture Oscar contender nineteen seventeen came in second after grossing another fifteen point eight million dollars in North America in its third weekend in wide release is now past the one hundred million dollar mark domestically as well as two hundred million dollars globally and and coming in third is in its second outing Doolittle that grossed twelve point five million dollars that's a total of forty four point seven million