17 Burst results for "$360 Million"

"$360 million" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"$360 million" Discussed on KGO 810

"That I even I'm even going to the Olympics. The 20 year old will be leaving for the Tokyo Olympics. July 25th. She hopes the place in the top 10. She tells me her goal is to enjoy this incredible journey and another Olympic Games. Maybe in her future. I mean, that really is a journey. Wow. Had no idea that she was from such a tough background, You know? Yeah, when you consider that that's even more impressive. Congratulations, sir. We'll watch from a new movie, too. Well, just to show up. There is pretty amazing just to be in to have qualified. But Hopefully, she has a good competition. The Olympics Crazy plagued with Covid 19, as you're well aware there won't be a crowd. I don't even know how safe frankly these athletes are. I'd be very concerned, but They're going full speed ahead. You know? So Yeah, Watch it. I did you circle back around. Sorry. I'm just bothering me. I want to go to the bar. Let's go to breath. Let's go back to Brett now for an update everyone on that situation with the stadium in Oakland Breath Stadium correspondent. So so the issue is the A's have promised to privately financed this particular stadium at Howard Terminal. Problem is the access to Howard Terminal is the issue. And that's where the taxpayer is. It will be on the hook in this particular deal, so the project generated revenues from Jacqueline and Infrastructure financing District are estimated to be $360 million. In in, uh, taxpayer money. Uh, but then the project generate revenues at the Howard terminal Infrastructure financing estimated to include $495 million to be used for infrastructure development, so that would be the taxpayers on the hook for 485 million. That's just an estimate, though, and but just to balance that out. It's estimated that it would bring in $7 billion in new revenue over the life of the stadium for offers. Yeah, Yeah, well, that's so It's an investment, right? Yeah, well, these They always argue that in the case of these huge sunk costs of the short you're talking about, right is that look, you pay the money now It's a lot. But obviously over the life of the stadium, and usually they'll, you know they'll break it out over the course of a decade or whatever. It'll pay for itself and you know the city will get its money back. Look, it's a It's a huge commitment on the part of the city and on the part of the AIDS, but I hope they stay there. I mean, it's just that is a rich tradition. It would be really, um It would be super sad to see them leave. So, uh, when we come back, I want to do a I want to do a chunk of trump just a little chunk because this word about Giuliani And he's somebody in Trump's orbit. That's what we can technically do it as chunk of Trump and frankly, it's not just about Giuliani. It's about what he urged Trump to do. On election night. It's in a new book. There have been there two new books out about the Trump administration. They both appear to be really, really good. And you know what? When I say really, really good. A well source good authors, ones from a Wall Street Journal author, Wall Street Journal writer and he's got really good pedigree. So, uh, When it comes to sources. I'll touch on both of those things next, so we'll do a mini chunk of Trump next. You can participate in the show throughout the morning. 415 80 88 10 415 80 88 10 As I mentioned the Pulitzer Prize winner Michael Hiltzik joins us bottom of the hour. Uh, in the I'm sorry. Top of the next hour Bottom. The next bottom of the hour. Carla Marinucci from the California playbook and politico. She joins us as we continue. Mark Thompson, K g 08 10. Oh, What up everybody. Mark Thompson here on day Joe A 10. It is Wednesday, July 14th coming up bottom of the hour after Brett's news, Carla Marinucci. Co author of the California playbook from Political. We'll Talk About a lot of things affecting California. We'll.

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"$360 million" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"$360 million" Discussed on KOMO

"Let's get you Updated from the propel Insurance Money Update. 36 States and the District of Columbia are suing Google, alleging it bought off competitors and used restrictive contracts to unlawfully maintain a monopoly for its APP store. An android phones. The allegations about Google's play store stem from an investigation that began in September 2019 and have already resulted in three other lawsuits against alphabet. The case has threatened to force major changes to how Google generates billions of dollars in revenue across its businesses. Deutsche Post. DHL Express plans to spend nearly $360 million over the next two years. To expand its logistics network in the Americas, adding thousands of jobs and building out freight hubs to meet surging shipping demand. That's your money now. Jennifer Kostenko Co Mo News and first time claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly rose to 373,000 last week. That's 2000 more than the previous weeks, provides total assigned job growth could be slowing down. Bond yields continue to skid and then growing concerns about the delta variant of Covid 19. All of that adds up to a down day on Wall Street. The NASDAQ is down about 2% right now down 273 points, the S and P down 1.5%. The Dow down one and a quarter percent. A loss of 430 points right now come on news time 6 51 and coming up. The federal moratorium on foreclosures ends in a few weeks. I'm her wise bomb with what's being done to help prevent a flood of foreclosures. When your celebration of life is prepaid in advance, it becomes.

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"$360 million" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"$360 million" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Recall Gavin Newsom. Get sticking it to the media before Moon Corporate titan Big business bowtie wearing elitist slob who hate American freedom Right now, Dan Bongino No life weekdays 19 on am 7 90 K A. B C Welcome back. This is the Ben Shapiro shows, so the Biden administration's response to the situation in Israel and in the Gaza Strip is twofold. One they want to restore aid to the Gaza Strip. Which would be fine, except the only way that the aid is going to get distributed is through the U. N R W A, which is a propaganda agency on behalf of terrorist groups and through Hamas and divided administration is basically acknowledging at this point. There is no way for them to give aid without it going to come out, which means rebuilding its rocket arsenal rebuilding all of those terror tunnels. Yuan R W A actually apologized today because the U. N Relief works agency, which is specifically I mean you and literally has an agency that is just dedicated to the Palestinians is pretty incredible. This agency admitted that Israel had engaged in pinpointed targeted strikes. The blowback was so intense from the Palestinians that they then decided to apologize for their original correct statement. Okay, so the Biden administration is now saying that they are going to restore aid. They're pretty much acknowledging that aid is going toe at some point have to be funneled through Hamas. Apparently, the U. S. Is going to commit 112 million of your taxpayer dollars to help Palestinians and other relief projects in Gaza, including $75 Million in development and economic aid. $5.5 Million in disaster relief in Gaza $32 million for the U. N R W A Lincoln said the U. S is in the process of providing a grand total of $360 million to support the Palestinian people. The problem with all foreign aid is that eventually gets funneled through the government is white. Vast amounts. Billions of dollars in foreign aid had been poured into, for example, countries in Africa very rarely reached the people usually just picked up by a local warlord used for whatever they want to use it for. Secretary of state promises no aid will go to Hamas. Lincoln said. As I told the president, I'm here to underscore the commitment of the United States to rebuilding the relationship of the Palestinian Authority in the Palestinian people. There's only one problem well into problems of that well in the Palestinian Authority fomented this violence from the beginning. The Palestinian Authority, the canceled elections in late April. Alleged them starting to promote violence, which led to the current conflagration. Also the reason the Palestinian Authority cancel the elections. Mahmoud Abbas, cancel the elections is because he was afraid that Hamas was going to win. Helping out the P A, is not actually what the Palestinians want by poll data right now. Lincoln did say the United States and fully supports Israel's right to defend itself against attacks. It's gonna be kind of difficult for this money not to go to Hamas. Meanwhile, Lincoln says that he's going to Re enter the Iran deal that the United States is committed to re entering Miranda. It's amazing, so Israel just had a bunch of rockets fired upon it by Hamas, which is an Iranian front group from US admitted openly Their rockets and technology are being provided by Iran. The United States is like Israel has a right to defend itself and ever did it. Also, what if we fund that that group to like, you know, build more rockets? And also what if we Refund the regime that is currently funding Hamas. It is the most counterproductive and standing in foreign policy today, Here's Antony Blinken, saying Let's re answer that Iran deal that allowed Iran to fomented terrorism and fund Hamas to the tune of Millions and hundreds of millions of dollars over the course of the past few years. I think the most important thing when it comes to When it comes to this is what we committed to do from day one of the of this administration. Well, we've said all along that if there was an opportunity we would Seek to return unusual compliance with the JCP away. But we also said that from day one, we would be keeping our closest allies and closest partners. Fully and contemporaneously informed of what we were doing. Yeah, I know. And they all opposed it in Israel, which actually is in the region and hosted Saudi Arabia opposed it. Her anyway. He opposed it. Keep doing it anyway. So again, This is totally counterproductive Policy, other counterproductive policies. Blinken says he's going to re open the American consulate in Jerusalem for the Palestinians, of course, implying that Israel should give away part of Jerusalem. It's capital. In exchange for some sort of deal with the Palestinian Authority there a couple problems this one. Israel has tried it twice before they tried it in 2000 with Yasser Arafat, who probably started the second intifada, and then it would only tried it again in 2008 with mouth with a boss who walked away from the table without a counter offer. So After a terrorist group Hamas, which is getting credibility and credence. In Jerusalem. Has called for a quote unquote The liberation of Palestine from the river to the sea. The U. S administration is now saying, What if you reopen our Palestinian consulate in Jerusalem Now, remember, United States just moved. It's American Embassy to Jerusalem because that is, in fact the capital of Israel. It is the eternal capital of the Jewish people. Because, of course, that is the foundation Stone of Judaism is in Jerusalem. And Antony Blinken like, Yeah, But what if what if we now open a consulate in Jerusalem to put pressure on the Israelis? I was talking with somebody yesterday and that person was like, Don't you believe that Israel could make any concessions that would help? And I said, What Concessions do you think would help? Seriously. I don't understand what concessions you think would help. Let's say Israel stopped all quote unquote settlement activity today. Israel put a freeze on it a couple of years ago did nothing. Let's assume that that happened Or let's say that Israel pulled completely out of the areas like the Gaza Strip with that do anything. No, because Israel did that and Hamas arose. So they're just living in LA la land. Now you've got Blinken saying what if we open a consulate and deal with the Palestinian Authority who, if an election were held today would not be in power in the West Bank. 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"$360 million" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

09:39 min | 1 year ago

"$360 million" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Mind actually believed, certainly not with any certainty that it came from the wet market. So the Biden administration they never do anything that benefits the United States. Everything they do always benefits the enemies of the United States. Iran, They're sitting down in Vienna with the Iranians, the Ayatollahs representatives. Hoping to give them billions more dollars so they can kill more Jews and all that stuff. They everything they've done is benefiting. What are they giving $360 million to the Palestinians. S so that they can get back with more money to killing more Israelis because they want to kill all the Jews. They're anti police and again. They came in, and they shut down. There was an ongoing investigation and they said they see once the Trump administration people were gone. And Mike Pompeo of West Point and Beyond. They shut it down. Because now you're left with the permanent bureaucrats there on the permanent bureaucrats we've learned certainly during the trump years. Tend to be on that generous understatement. Lefties who support the Democrat Party and left wing movements, for example, the State Department ordered all of our embassies worldwide to engage in black lives matter Activities on the anniversary of George Boyd's death. So around the world, you're seeing black lives matter. Flags and banners being slung from U. S embassies from happens toe. All over the world, and that's interesting. Okay. Radical anti nuclear family, anti Israel extremist racist. Movement that is responsible for untold numbers of riots from coast to coast in the United States is now in so good with the U. S. State Department. That their cause is being internationalized by the Biden administration and by Tony Blinken, who is not on our side, either. He is the Antony Blinken, the secretary of the entire Department of state. And that's where they canceled the investigation into the origins of the China virus. Keep in mind also That Joe Biden approved the Russian oil and gas pipeline going to Germany on in one fell swoop and reaching Putin and Russia while simultaneously undermining NATO's ability to be energy independent, and that's one of Joe Biden's moves while at the same time, of course, canceling Major American pipeline and angling toward canceling additional American pipelines. And then, of course, the Russian hackers shut down the oil pipeline, the colonial pipeline fueling the east coast of the United States, and they did so without consequence, Then we learn from Ah, Newsweek I guess yesterday that Joe Biden and the Biden administration Have they done something else that undermines the United States and enriches other countries? The people at the Reuters news agency big exclusive yesterday Biden looks abroad for electric vehicle metals in blow to US miners, so once again we have We have this do with it. Do we have audio? I think we have audio of this minor guy from from the television this morning, But U S President Joe Biden will rely on other countries to supply the bulk of medals needed to build electric vehicles. And focus on processing them domestically into battery parts, part of a strategy designed to placate environmentalists to administration officials with direct knowledge told Reuters Anonymous, Of course, anonymous officials. The plan will be a blow to US miners who had hoped you know these good high paying union jobs that he talked about so much. But instead you know the tail is wagging the dog. The job's die in the United States, Families and communities go belly up in the United States. More opioid addictions, more depression, more suicides, more unemployment. More dependence on the government because of efforts taken by the Biden administration, their anti union, their anti blue collar, their anti middle class, at least everything they do a cruise to the detriment of the middle class and the blue color. All right, So here is so the planet will be a blow to minors who had hoped Biden would rely primarily on domestically sourced materials. As his campaign had signaled last autumn. So he promised during the campaign when he was campaigning, of course, and he lied everybody and Pennsylvania he lied tow minors. He lied to steel workers. He had been lying to people all over the place, and then he gives the job jobs away to other countries to help with Phyllis ambitions for a less carbon intensive economy. Rather than focus on permitting more U S minds. Biden's team is more focused on creating jobs that process materials domestically into electric vehicle battery parts. Now, let's keep in mind also So here he is, Uh, they canceled the investigation into the origins at the U. S investigation by the State Department in U. S intelligence agencies. They canceled that even though it was already well underway. And they lie, and they said, What's because Trump started. The reality is it's because Trump started they killed it on by, and by the way, the energy secretary Jennifer Grand Home. You may recall has millions and millions of dollars invested in specific companies over which she has the stewardship of money going to from the energy Department to these companies that make the batteries for electric cars that Joe Biden is pushing, and when you're a Democrat, this is no problem and she has specifically invested in companies. That make electric car batteries. You see, So you know the tangled web of corruption here. Is just extraordinary. Even ABC News was forced to kind of reported at least online awhile back. Biden's energy secretary nominee, Jennifer Granholm, has millions in energy investments per new filing. And they tiptoe around it may back into it. Then they explained that Jennifer Granholm has more than $5 million. I believe in these eight company or a couple of companies that make the batteries for electric cars. Then along comes a spider, the Biden administration and they're making The first of all getting all the earth minerals from overseas, not from the United States. And then well, we'll process some of them here, so it makes him more expensive. You don't create American jobs. And it's just classic classic stuff Now, Michael, we have the do we have the minor guy from the things we have that or do we not have it? We don't have anything. I see. Okay? I'm with the minor guy. The guy from He was actually got sat down with Hillary Clinton when she was campaigning for president. Then he showed Hillary Clinton a because she was talking about killing all the mining jobs, and he showed a picture of his family and to Hillary Clinton and said, These are the people that are going to go hungry because of you. And she scowled at him and sneered and showed a snaggle tooth. She was very bitter and angry with him. Hey, was on the television this morning, and he said Know that Joe Biden is great, creating union jobs in other countries. But he doesn't care about creating jobs in the United States of America. Pretty pretty remarkable stuff, so they're just not on our side. These people are just not on our side, as I'm fond of saying, because it's true. They're just not on our side. The things that they do do not benefit us that they do benefit China and Russia and Iran and the Palestinians, not Israel and the United States. How many times you have to see this over and over again? And so since they've killed the investigation of the Wuhan lab, and they've gone back? The World Health Organization, which already conducted a completely discredited investigation and said, Why don't you guys do an investigation? That means they're not going to do when they killed the investigation that was already ongoing here and they go back to people that they know they cannot rely on to conduct an investigation right now, let's go to some audio. Let's go to sound bite number 10. Number of Bs. And this WASP. Let me see April 30th of last year, April 30th of 2020 more than a year ago, President then President Trump at the White House being asked a question about by a bitter I think ABC news reporter. Why Why do you say the virus came from China and President Trump revealed something in here that I thought was pretty interesting. And he said he cited the fact that the Chinese propaganda machine and that includes much of the American media had spread a false and obviously false rumor. A false story that the origin of the virus was actually the U. S military. Going on an athletic mission teach Aina brought the virus with them and let it loose so they could blame China later, and President Trump took umbrage with that claimed by the Communist Chinese. And on then I think from that point on he made a point of saying, You know, it's the China virus because the Chinese had tried to tag us with it tried to blame us with it. That was fine with ABC and CNN. No problems for them. This is how it sounded on April 30th of last year. Have you seen anything at this point?.

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"$360 million" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"$360 million" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"D let us know that he supports passing the bill, but he wants to make sure that it's the right building, not averse view. Hey also said that He said that they live. He's not happy about it not being made. But all in all, he just wants to be able to be right and meaningful and that it holds George's legacy intact. Family attorney Benjamin Crump made the point today that this should not be about pitting policing against civil rights. He said that everyone should want just policing you describe. That is the kind of policing were Floyd would have been able to breathe without having any place on his neck, right? Well Can you just update us on where things stand right now, With these negotiations among lawmakers, like is there a sense were even close to a deal at this point. So key lawmakers who are involved in these negotiations have said that the talks are continuing really productively. One of them who Congresswoman Karen Bass of California, said today that she believes that everyone involved understands the urgency of moving quickly. She said she believes lawmakers will be able to get a deal across the finish finish line. Across the capital. South Carolina Senator Tim Scott, the lead negotiator for Republicans, said yesterday that he could see the end of the tunnel. Okay, so what's been the hold up? The biggest sticking point remains this debate over accountability for individual police officers, including the doctrine of qualified immunity. That shield for individual officers to avoid lawsuits is something Democrats broadly are opposed to, and most Republicans just really don't want to touch. Senator Scott has been working on a possible compromise that would shift the legal burden from individual officers, two departments instead. But that could cause some Democrats to not support this bill it all earlier today I talked with Missouri Congresswoman Cori Bush believe that eliminating qualified immunity for law enforcement officers must be included. In any deal that gets passed in the Senate, just like what we did on our side in the house, and it ultimately needs to be signed into law by President I have made that a red line that there has to be a clear red line with that. Now. Bush's House colleague, Karen Bass, speaking today seemed to indicate that any compromise that she would support has to take some sort of action on qualified immunity. But she was not specific on what that could potentially look like. Mm. That is NPR's Juana Summers. Thank you wanted You're welcome. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has his work cut out for him in the Middle East. He is trying to make sure a ceasefire holds between Israel and Hamas. And he says he wants to help restore in his words, hope, respect and trust between Israelis and Palestinians. NPR's Michele Kelemen, reports secretary. Blinken says he had a busy and productive day in Jerusalem, where he met Israeli officials and in Ramallah, where he sought to revive relations with the Palestinians. He said the U. S is on track to provide $360 million in aid to the Palestinians and to reopen the U. S consulate in Jerusalem. That's important way for our country to engage with And provide support to the Palestinian people. The Trump Administration had closed the consulate and cut off aid to pressure the Palestinians to accept its ideas on how to resolve the Israeli Palestinian conflict. Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said he's glad to see the quote actions of a hurtful few come to an end. That's good that America had. We thank the U. S administrations, commitment to a two state solution and the maintenance of the status quo in Jerusalem of us said, calling for an end to planned evictions of Palestinians from their homes. Their Palestinians want East Jerusalem as the capital of a future state. But talks on that seem a long way off. Blinken is focused on the immediate humanitarian crisis. And then Looking to see actions on the part of both. Israelis and Palestinians that will Takedown attention. And try to remove or minimize Some of the potential catalyst for Renewed cycle of violence. There have been repeated military clashes between Israel and Hamas since Hamas took control of Gaza 15 years ago. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu remembers that during the 2014 conflict, Blinken, then an Obama administration official, helped to rush us military aid to Israel. And you're giving meaning to this now again. With replenishment Savarin Dome interceptors that save civilian lives on both sides, Netanyahu says. If Hamas fires more rockets, Israel's response will be in his words very powerful, and we have discussed ways of how to work together to prevent Hamas food rearmament. The U. S. Doesn't talk to Hamas, a U. S designated terrorist organization, but Egypt does and played a key role in negotiating the cease fire. Blinken travels to Cairo tomorrow. Then on to Jordan. Michele Kelemen. NPR NEWS, the state Department in parts of the Eastern U. S. The everyday sounds of birds and cars and barking dogs have been joined by something else. A buzzing that means brood. 10 is back after 17 years underground, millions and millions of cicadas are emerging and as they fly clumsily around going about their business. Scientists are busy, too. As NPR's Nell Greenfield boys reports for people who study insects. This is a major event brood. 10 isn't the only group of cicadas that spends nearly two decades underground. But it is the biggest and most famous. That's why entomologist Mariana Helene drove east. She normally works at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champagne. I didn't see it 17 years ago. On. I wanted to experience it and my brother in law actually said it perfectly. This is your Entomology Woodstock, isn't it? She studies tiny structures in sick adle wings that make water droplets just roll off their surface..

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"$360 million" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"$360 million" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"In the allegations out there that you made that money on the backs of dead How do you respond to that? That's stupid. Next question. I think that we should continue to investigate what went on in China until we find out to the best of our ability exactly what happened, As the doctor said, Until they are vaccinated. We cannot have meetings without masks. Freighter is back in style. Welcome to the revolution were coming. Your center going away. I get talking and saying you were conscious on Sean Hannity show more behind the scenes information on breaking news and more bold inspired solutions for America Coming up next. Our final news round up and information overload our To that end, I informed President of us Earlier Prime Minister Netanyahu that the United States will notify Congress of our intention to provide $75 million in additional development and economic assistance for the Palestinians in 2021 will also provide $5.5 million. An immediate disaster assistance for Gaza and a little over $32 million for unreserved emergency humanitarian appeal. This'll new assistance. Comes on top of significant support that the United States has recently committed on resumed to the Palestinian Authority to Palestinians to a different different agencies in groups in total, were in the process of providing more than $360 million in urgent support for the Palestinian people. Tony Blinken. I mean, it's.

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"$360 million" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"$360 million" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On a Mylar with Warren, a vocal group at the monthly Education Board meeting. You can't matter heated exchange at the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education in Maldon. We have a right to speak. We have a right to be heard right? People are not doing our will, as police blocked parents from entering a meeting with a Limited number of people allowed inside. I'm trying to get somebody to come out. Inside the meeting, a mother from Marshfield with a six year old daughter became emotional while calling for a change to the mask rules, and I come here today. To demand that you change your mass guidance for her Children. Inside the school buildings. The state recently relaxed the guidance to allow students to remove their masks outdoors during recess and sports. But face coverings are still required inside school with covert 19 emergency measures in Massachusetts set to expire soon. Governor Baker has filed legislation to extend some of those measures. The legislation proposing Extend measures providing for temporary suspension of certain open meetings. Law requirements, special permits for expended outdoor dining at restaurants as well as building protections for covert patients. The orders are set to expire by June 15th when the state of emergency is rescinded. Although most restrictions will be ending this Saturday, May 29th has all industries will be permitted to open and gathering limits will come to an end. America's top diplomat is in the Middle East, trying to stabilize a fragile cease fire between Israel and Hamas. Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, promising US aid for war torn Gaza and the West Bank in total were in the process of providing more than $360 million in urgent support for the Palestinian people, Lincoln said. The U. S supports Palestinian aspirations for freedom and security, Rob Burgers. CBS NEWS Jerusalem It is the kickoff of the summer travel season. This weekend. Memorial Day, the unofficial start of summer, and NBC's Alex Stone tells us pent up demand from last year means Americans are returning to travel in some big numbers. Mad Rush to book travel airlines say demand is rebounding at incredible levels. On Sunday, the T s a cell airport traffic it 90% of the same day in 2019 before the pandemic. And now the T S A and airlines were trying to get back to full staffing quickly this summer travel Warning from acting T s a administrator Darby Lovejoy, the nation's planes, trains, Busses and roads are gonna be heavily traveled, he says. Be ready for large crowds. Alex Stone, ABC. There's 408 off the Wall Street we go, Andrew Oh Dae is at Bloomberg kind of an UN remarkable day today. Indeed, it was not a hot day for Wall Street Down, loses 82 points. NASDAQ Down four S and P. 500 down nine economic report showing home prices rising and new home sales falling help produce some worries over the effect of inflation on the economy today..

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"$360 million" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"$360 million" Discussed on WTOP

"America's top diplomat is in the Mideast, trying to stabilize a fragile cease fire between Israel and Hamas Secretary of State and Tony Blinken met with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, promising US aid for war torn Gaza and the West Bank in total were in the process of providing more than $360 million in urgent support for the Palestinian people, Lincoln said. The U. S supports Palestinian aspirations for freedom and security. Robert Burgers CBS NEWS Jerusalem New Covert Vaccine developments this afternoon. Moderna says it's vaccine. Is 100%, effective in 12 to 17 year olds who get both doses, so the company plans to go to the FDA next month to get it approved for emergency use. If it is okayed the vaccine would become the second covert vaccine after Fizer is made available to middle and high school kids approval would greatly expand the number of shots available for them ahead of the next school year. Half the nation states have now fully vaccinated. At least 50% of adults and top scientists are telling Congress about can Tin Ewing Progress Double d. T. O. P. S. Mitchell Miller's on Capitol Hill. Dr. Anthony Fauci tells lawmakers on the House appropriations panel that more and more Americans are getting their shots were doing extremely well with vaccinations. As you well know, we have more than 60% of the adult population's been vaccinated and close to 130 Million Americans are fully vaccinated. The director of the National Institutes of Health, Dr Francis Collins, Says researchers hope to build on the momentum that's been created in the scientific community reaching milestones in record time. That happened with vaccines that happened with diagnostics that happened was setting up therapeutic trials on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller W T. O P News the House has top Republican for the first time is condemning comments made by Congress woman, Marjorie Taylor Greene, who compared being forced to wear masks on the house floor to the Holocaust. House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy says the comments are appalling. In a statement, he says the House Republican Conference condemn is the language the Georgia GOP lawmaker used he wasn't the only member of leadership to condemn her for this. Until today, House Republican leaders have not responded to anything. Green set 3 43, a commission tasked with renaming military bases there, named after Confederate officers like Fort Hood in taxes. Will also visit military academies to look at the same subject. What by retired Admiral Michelle Howard, the naming commission will visit Annapolis, his Naval Academy in August. The academy has two buildings named after Confederate officers. Mori Hole is named after Commander Matthew Maury, a survey ship is also named after Mori, who was an oceanographer and served in the Confederate Navy. Both those could be renamed The Commission might also look at renaming Buchanan House named after Franklin Buchanan, the academy's first superintendent. Who joined the Confederacy is well. The commission will also visit West Point this summer, where a barracks is named after Robert E. Lee. Look, look at the beauty O P news thinking about renting a place at the beach this summer. You might need to think again. That story's.

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"$360 million" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"$360 million" Discussed on WTOP

"Some voice concern over the transit systems financial situation as Metro has already had to rely on $1.3 billion in federal stimulus funding over the past year to keep things going as tax revenue and ridership. Bears have dropped off due to the pandemic, But they ultimately decided the financial risk of selling bonds was necessary if the plan gets full approval. The $360 million in bonds this year will follow 534 million in bonds sales last summer. Michelle Morello w T O P News after nearly a year of virtual learning the universe City of Maryland says it's planning to resume in person classes this fall. That message came from school President Gerald Pines. In a letter sent to students and staff yesterday. Pine says the promise of multiple vaccines and widespread inoculation by the fall as school leaders hopeful that most of the campus community will be eligible for the vaccine by the time classes resume, But even when that happens, he concedes, there will be some employees who will continue to tell a work out of Whenever out of an abundance of caution. Even after students returned on campus classroom elementary school students who chose two day a week in person instruction will be back in Loudon County classroom starting Tuesday, middle and high schoolers go back on March, 3rd and families are being told what they should expect, if they apparent will have to fill out a symptom checker online before sending their taking kids to school. Thermal cameras have been installed at the most used entrances of all schools. Those scan up to 45 people per second and identify anyone with a temperature over 100.4. Students with the temperature in.

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"$360 million" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"$360 million" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The company's on the path to breaking. Even. I sat down with co founder and president John Zimmer to talk about everything from operating in a pandemic to self driving cars. Take a listen He took the last year and and really invested in making the business much more strong on the other side of the pandemic, So we cut out $360 million in annual eyes costs with the goal of cutting out 300 million. So we beat that by 20%. The team did a phenomenal job which sets us up incredibly well for the piece that we have less control over, which is the recovery. We expect the recovery to really pick up steam and cute to S O that we have a phenomenal second half of the year. So let's talk about the recovery. You also said you can't you don't really have any idea or can't give any forecast on ridership. For the coming quarter. What he you see, then beyond that, as we come out of the pandemic vaccines, rollout, but behavior in some ways may have been changed and shifted permanently. Absolutely. There will be behavior changes, But people will still need to get around and transportation will still be an essential part of of life and commerce on cities will still be strong. We don't subscribe to this plan that city's air dead. In fact, I think there's gonna be this Renaissance moment of you know everyone wanting to come back together. Go out to restaurants Go enjoy entertainment, on the other side of this and lift is really well situated with all the different modes that we have To to take advantage of that opportunity to serve our drivers and writers on D. Even if some people move out of the biggest cities, they're moving to the secondary cities where our business is quite strong. And so overall, our vision hasn't changed on on the other side of this. We think transportation will be instructed meant. So. What date are you targeting? To return to growth? In ridership. How far out is that? It's starting now, every vaccine that is distributed that second dose eyes an opportunity for someone teal more confident and be more Dave getting out in the real world that happens for us both on the driver and writers side. We've done a lot of work to make sure that drivers are prioritized for getting vaccines because they're on the front lines. We've been successful in multiple states, moving them to the front of the lives Esso every day. You know, we're looking at for both humanity reasons as well as business reasons, looking at the number of people that have been vaccinated. With both the 1st and 2nd dose. You're doubling down on B two B rides. Deals with Grubhub deals with Blue Cross Blue Shield. How much volume contribution do you expect from this? This year. Let's say 2021, how big an opportunity is it ultimately. Business rides on the right Your side outside of this past year with Koven are very strong on so coming out of covert. This will be still a focus..

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"$360 million" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"$360 million" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Almost naked, wasted. He's like he's right. Very close. Right now. He's sitting on the bridge. Blacks. Yeah, he's like, you know, I just say Feeling really relaxed and chill. So I don't think use in context. I had some pain killers. That's what I do. You miss the whole thing. I just I just laid that house singing. I can't sing your endless and high as a kite over there, you're stoned to the bejesus is what's happening right now. I like him. I like painkillers. That sounds like something else. What? No, no, I would never want to give people that impression. David. Ever. I should have said Come on, man. You sing along Book of love. Let's hear it. Come on. I don't always do to me. Yeah, but There's a 0% chance you know the songs that I'm going to ask you to sing, But there's a lot of 50 50 shot that I'm going to know some of the words to the songs that you want me to sing. It's the only time I've ever heard him saying anything other than Frank Sinatra, Sinatra Exactly Okay, Grant. I get down with the books on this. He can't hear me right now because he's not listening. I want to rejoin with all Sinatra for the rest of the day we met Division. You got it. Okay, Thanks. We're gonna milk this kind and wonder what they just said They're planning something behind my back anyway, Anyway, back to the block. I don't know where we left. Oh, systemic racism, teachers unions on the White House, Larry full. Instead, he was gross. Um, a third of Americans are skeptical of the covert vaccine. And really, what this means is some say I'm not getting it And that doesn't surprise me. And then some say I'm gonna wait a little bit and see if anything bad happens. And I think there's a lot of people in that camp and I think that they're in the camp in two ways. They have a foot in both lanes. Here. One is I'm just gonna wait and see what happens. Which means I'm gonna wait and see if people turn into zombies or I'm gonna wait and see if Cove it goes away and I no longer need it. We've already waited. Thousands of people have taken this stuff as part of the process and don't have horrific reactions. It's already been done. Been there. Done that. Take the van vaccine. Well, I do think that I don't know. I understand people being cautious, but the The reasons for being cautious should be rational. They should make sense They should be. I'm concerned with the speed with which the vaccine was developed, which is a reasonable assertion. But the thing they have to realize there is that the technology That is being used for this vaccine has been understudy for decades, so that the underlying science behind the vaccine has been around for a very long time. They just haven't needed to make it a vaccine yet. So you know, it seems like it all happened in one year, but it did not it. They just piggybacked on science that's been going on since the 19 eighties. So you have to be rational about it because there's usually a rational answer when you have a rational concern, But if you have an irrational concern, which is I'm not taking the vaccine that the Trump Administration and developed I'm not doing I mean, that's just dumb. It's just dumb, Irrational concern is 470,000. Americans have died of this thing. I could get it and I could die. That's rational. Irrational is there's an effective vaccine. That's 95% effective and I'm afraid to take that that's irrational. It's irrational to a point. But if you have an underlying condition or your family has a long history of some of the complications that have been seen already, and I looked at the vaccine Adverse reaction website today. And there have been some significant adverse vaccine reactions, associating with both Visor and Madonna, including death and Lifetime disability. Very tiny, tiny, tiny numbers. Every drug. Every vaccine has that tiny, tiny percentage of people who will react seriously or die, right? That that happens. It's part of the game. I hear you, but if you have, that's not a reason not to take it if you have some kind of underlying health condition that could be exacerbated potentially by this stuff. Yeah, I could understand you. You'd be cautious about that little woman, not the major reason people are avoiding it. That is not the major reason. And that's the point that I'm trying to make. If you're going to do kind of dig your heels in and and say, I'm not going to take it at least be rational about it at least have a good reason. You know, don't don't just be out there saying Well, you know the Jews with the space lasers. They developed it, and it's not. You know, that's don't be that person because you kind of look silly. And then just because I was feeling lousy earlier, still feeling lousy. Thanks for asking. The best of BBC talking animals always makes me laugh, no matter how I feel, so I put that up there today. Date on, not time. Anyway, just for fun. You know what I did today? Dave. This is what just gives much I decided to look into the 2019 tax returns of the Global Clinton initiative. Things are not going well. They're not going well for the Clinton initiative as a matter of fact. Donations in 2015. And that's the highest year that I've ever seen in the form 9 90 that they have to file with the I. R. S in terms of donations was like $360 million. After Wait was it was before Hillary was secretary of state, but before she ran and lost So in that time frame, I saw years where they brought in $320 million And a lot of that was from foreign governments. A lot of it was people trying to buy favor with Hillary Clinton. And yet we were told there doing God's work. Dave don't question they're doing God's work. They're godly people, and they're doing God's work, and you're a horrible person for even asking that people are trying to curry favor with the click heads. Except now that they have absolutely no power. At all and are holding no office and it pretty much been scraped off by the Democratic Party. At this point. Their donations plunged from 109 million in 2015 down to $29 million this year. Mm..

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"$360 million" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"$360 million" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR News in Corfu, Coleman, President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will hold competing town hall events tonight on different networks. Trump rejected a virtual presidential debate that was set for tonight. Meanwhile, NPR's Scott Detrol reports Biden is entering the end of the campaign season with massive financial resource is Long gone are the days were Biden struggled to raise money. His campaign announced raised $383 million in September alone. That was the second straight month of more than $360 million in contributions. All the supercharged Democratic donations goodbye more than 400 million inaccessible cash to spend on advertising in the races. Final weeks. His campaign is used those resources to blanket key states like Pennsylvania, Florida and Wisconsin. Biden is also spending big in Georgia and, more recently Texas Those places he doesn't need to get to 270 electoral votes, but would cripple President Trump's chances if they flip to the Democratic column. The president's campaign, by contrast, has been scaling back and canceling ad buys. Scott Tetro. NPR NEWS Washington The U. S Postal Service is going to reverse service cutbacks ahead of next month's presidential election. This settles a lawsuit in Montana. NPR's Brian Naylor reports. The loss. It was brought by Montana Governor Steve Bullock. Well look, a Democrat who is running for the U. S. Senate, says the settlement will ensure stability through and beyond the election by in his words, immediately restoring the mail services folks rely on In a statement, the Postal Service as it agreed to the settlement, because it's always been its goal to ensure that anyone who chooses to utilize the male to vote can do so successfully. A record number of voters are expected to cast their ballots by mail this year because of the Corona virus pandemic. The settlement in Montana is the latest in a string of cases. Brought by state officials concerned that cutbacks in overtime and other changes implemented by Postmaster General Lewis to joy will result in male delays. Brian Naylor NPR News Spain has become the first European nation to reach 900,000 confirmed Corona virus infections. As Lucy of Benavidez reports, the hardest hit Spanish regions have begun to implement stricter measures. Nine municipalities and Madrid are on lock down for at least one more week in Catalonia, bars and restaurants will close for two weeks starting tomorrow. Spain's Health Ministry reported nearly 12,000 new cases on Wednesday, a figure higher than at the peak of the pandemic in April. While hospitalizations and that's our lower than in the spring. They have begun to rise. In the last few weeks, Lucy of Benavidez reporting on Wall Street, the Dow was down 258 points or more than 1%, a 28,259. This is NPR Live from KQED News on Brian what The managers of California's power grid say the heat wave will put a major strain on the state's electricity supply. Later today, the California Independent System operator is asking state residents to conserve electricity from 3 p.m. to 10 P.m.. Flex alert was prompted by what the operator calls and anticipated shortage in energy supply because of increasing air conditioning use. The weather has also led PG and E to turn off electricity for more than 50,000 customers. The utility put in place power shut offs late yesterday to prevent its equipment from sparking wildfires. The Napa County Sheriff's Office has released body camera footage from a police killing that took place last week. Bundle Amoudi reports one Adrian Garcia died last week after being shot by Sergeant David Ackman during a traffic stop for driving without his headlights on The body cam footage shows Garcia advancing towards the deputy. As the officer tells Garcia to stop. Gabriela Fernandez runs the people's collective for Change. Anapa Social justice nonprofit. How do you go from a traffic violation? Tio no longer being able to return home to your family that just doesn't make sense to us. And so our biggest stance is Demanding for justice and transparency. Fernandez will take part in a community Police Action Committee meeting tonight, during which other community members will discuss the shooting. Police say Ackman has been put on administrative leave while the case is investigated. IM Aditi.

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"$360 million" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"$360 million" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of the 2020 campaign was supposed to be tonight and South Florida. That was before President Trump tested positive for covert 19. Instead, the president and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will be holding separate town hall events. Trump will be campaigning in North Carolina this afternoon before taking part in an NBC News town hall event tonight in Miami. Biden will be taking part in an ABC News Town hall event from Philadelphia. Joe Biden is entering the final weeks of the 2020 campaign with massive financial resource is NPR's Scott de TRO has more Long gone are the days were bide and struggled to raise money. His campaign announced raised $383 million in September alone. That was the second straight month of more than $360 million in contributions. All the supercharged Democratic donations give bite and more than 400 million inaccessible cash to spend on advertising in the races. Final weeks his campaign it's used those resources to blanket key states like Pennsylvania, Florida and Wisconsin. Biden is also spending big in Georgia and, more recently Texas Those places he doesn't need to get to 270 electoral votes, but would cripple President Trump's chances if they flip to the Democratic column. The president's campaign, by contrast, has been scaling back and canceling ad buys. Scott Tetro. NPR NEWS Washington It's expected to be another week before the Senate Judiciary Committee votes on the nomination of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to the U. S Supreme Court yesterday. Barrett wrapped up three days of appearances before the committee, including two days of answering questions. A panel of legal experts and advocates are scheduled to testify to the panel today about barrettes nomination. This is the final day. The U. S. Census Bureau will be accepting online responses for the 2020 census. NPR's Hansi Lo Wang says the Trump Administration is ending the nationwide head count two weeks earlier than originally planned. Census numbers determine each day chair of congressional seats for the next 10 years. Households that have not yet been counted can fill out a form at my 2020. Cents is dot gov until 11 59 PM Hawaii Standard time. The Supreme Court is allowing the Trump administration to end early as part of a push to try to get the first set of senses results to President Trump by the end of December. The constitution requires that count to include the whole number of persons in each state. But Trump wants alter those numbers by excluding unauthorized immigrants. Trump has asked the Supreme Court to overturn a lower court order that's currently blocking the administration from carrying out that unprecedented change. Lindsay Lohan, NPR NEWS NEW YORK This's NPR news from Washington. Tens of thousands of homes and businesses in Northern California are without power This morning. Last night, Pacific Gas and Electric began cutting service to some customers as a precaution against wildfires when strong winds returned to the region. Utility says the outage could last 48 hours. The shutoffs affect customers in more than 20 counties in the Sierra Mountains and in the San Francisco Bay area. Previous wildfires have been sparked by power lines being damaged or knocked over by gusty winds. In Maryland schools, officials say some students in Baltimore's public school system will begin returning to their classrooms this fall amid the Corona virus pandemic. Emily Sullivan with member station Y PR reports. The returning students include those in prekindergarten kindergarten and special education classes, as well as English learners and those experiencing homelessness. Students who have missed at least 20% of online classes may also re enter classrooms. Baltimore City schools CEO Sonya Santa Lisa says the needs of students who can't perform well and virtual classes guided her decision. We can add to the numbers of students who do not learn to read by third grade, we cannot add to the number of students who graduate from city schools not prepared to earn a living wage. Students are expected to be able to return to in person learning on November 12 for NPR News. I'm Emily Sullivan in Baltimore. Wall Street futures are down sharply this morning. Dow futures are off 290 points. NASDAQ futures also off more than 200 points. I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington. Support.

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"$360 million" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"$360 million" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Jobs, cut pollution and moved toward clean energy while also supporting communities of color. Speaking of hurricanes, there's word of a possible shift in Hurricane Sally's path as it appears she may not hit Louisiana, and that's welcome news to Governor John Bell Edwards forecast has been beneficial to us. Of course not beneficial to our neighbors in Mississippi. In Alabama, Sally has slowed to a crawl, with forecasters expecting her to make landfall as a Category one storm, possibly creating historic flooding in Alabama, Florida and Mississippi. A nation's retailers are worried the pandemic is going to slow holiday chapping professional services giant Deloitte expects retail sales to pick up only 1 to 5% from November to January. But experts say it's possible money usually spent on travel and eating out might instead go to gifts. Recreational pot shops in Illinois said a new monthly record in sales last month the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation says marijuana shops across the state so just under $64 million in recreational pot in August. That beat out the previous record set in July just over 60 million Through the first eight months since recreational Pot was legalized, the state has sold more than $360 million in recreational weed products. Ryan Burro W G A NEWS W G N SPORTS Here's Kevin Powell. MLB Playoffs set to begin just two weeks from today in both the White Sox and Cubs sit in first place socks on the best record in the American League. Dramatic 31 win over the Twins last night, giving them a two game edge on Minnesota in the Ale, Central Dane Dunning on the mound tonight. Twins counter with writing Randy Dob neck pre game 6 35 With Mark Sadowski first pitch at 7 10. With Andy and D. J Cub's tied for the third best record in the National League. They own a four game lead. In the NL Central Yu Darvish on the mound for the start of a two game set with the Indians at Wrigley. Carlos Carrasco goes for Cleveland around baseball. The two games Siri's between the Giants and Mariners in Seattle that was scheduled to start tonight has been postponed. Because of smoky skies caused by the West Coast wildfires. Thie teams will not play tomorrow. On Thursday in San Francisco, announcement came. His forecasters called for smoking air quality to reach unhealthy levels. In western Washington through at least Thursday at the W. N B A bubble in Florida League playoffs begin tonight. Chicago Sky taking on Connecticut in a win or go home, single elimination, opening around Siri's And Ellen Robinson has asked about a possible trade. That's according to the Chicago Tribune, the Bears receiver, deleting all team content from his Instagram Today. He's currently in his final year of his deal after no long term contract was agreed on before the start of the season. Teammates Terry Conan Anthony Miller among those calling for the Bears to give Robinson an extension via social media. The home of the bike ox, Northwestern Wildcats and White Sox baseball. Kevin Powell. W Jian Sports On now w GM FORD mostly clear skies Tonight, little bit less breezy, the overnight low 57 Tomorrow's high temperature 82 sunshine for the morning. Clouds increase during the evening with the chance for showers or thunderstorms during the overnight on Thursday, we'll see mostly sunny skies. It'll be breezy and much cooler as a cold front will have moved through. We got 68 for the hider in the afternoon. A mix of sun and clouds on Friday, cooler than normal 66 there then into Saturday. We're expecting a high of 69 degrees, mostly sunny skies for the entire upcoming weekend from the Weather Center. I'm wg and meteorologist to Beatrice. Ivory. Your money on W G. N The Dow closed up two points today. NASDAQ Up 1 33 the.

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"$360 million" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"$360 million" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Between 24th and 21st. That rollover tanker and lines is still blocking. Haarlem between the Stevenson and 47th and in Park Ridge Northwest Highway is closed at Western Avenue because of a gas leak. Recreational pop shops in Illinois set a new monthly record in sales last month. The Illinois Department of Professional Regulation says marijuana shops across the state sold just under $64 million in recreational pot in August. That beat out the previous record in July. That was just over $60 million In the first eight months since legalization, the state has sold more than $360 million in recreational weed products. Officials in South suburban Harvey have suspended the licenses of some businesses for not paying a liquor tax. The city says the business businesses failed to pay an excise tax that went into effect in 2000 and eight business owners that hold a liquor license and Harvey are required to file monthly liquor sales reports and pay associated taxes. City only suspended the licenses of half of the businesses that haven't paid. Officials say they would have suspended all of the business licenses, but they were concerned about the impact it would have on residents. Amazon is hosting a virtual career fair tomorrow with plans of hiring 33,000 people for corporate and tech positions, and these roles can start remotely. These positions average $150,000 in annual pay and will be centered around Amazons offices in Denver, New York, Phoenix in Seattle. During the job fair, Amazon will collect resumes and allow people to talk to a recruiter. 1000 recruiters and H R professionals will will provide 20,001.

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"$360 million" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"$360 million" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"1071 w L I r Basin 77 w A B C New York news Now Road again. I'm Lisa. Let Sarah Fox News President Trump they he equipped trip this afternoon to honor World War. Two veterans resident Trump traveling to the battleground state of North Carolina on the 75th anniversary of the end of World War two, stressing the critical role the Tar Heel state played in America's victory. Nearly two million American servicemen trained For combat in North Carolina, more than any other state. North Carolina will also likely play a critical role in the 2020 election. This was the president's 12th visit to North Carolina. Absentee ballots for the November election go out this Friday in Washington, John Decker Fox New Democratic nominee Joe Biden in Wilmington, Delaware. Continuing to hammer the president's response to the pandemic. President Trump may not think Is this a national emergency? But I think going back to school for millions of Children and the impacts on their families in the community is a national emergency. I believe that's what it is. Biden said the president's failed response in marches. The reason many Children are attending school remotely this fall. The Biden campaign is raised at least $360 million for his election effort last month. That's according to a person who spoke with The Associated Press. Residents of National Guard as the reason for the quelling of violence in Kenosha, Wisconsin, acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf agree National guard They know how to do this. They know the crowd control techniques. They know their city their state on to be able to operate there. So we've seen it work in a number of cases you sought in Minneapolis as well. The president has called on the governor of Oregon to allow federal help to get a handle on the protests in Portland, which in some cases have become violent. On Wall Street, the Dow added. 454 points. The NASDAQ plus 116 America is listening to Fox News. From the fuck news podcasts network downloading, listen to Tyrus and Tim. I really believe it was the best choice for our show. I was kind of hoping for time. There's somebody else got in. I'm like I can't do that impersonation probably could, But we're now back in 1952. Where if you did that, you're a racist person and you'll be fired because you can't be an actor and betraying character.

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"$360 million" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"$360 million" Discussed on WTOP

"Charles County Attorney West Adams would have A room of 100 people sitting without masked in enclosed quarter with poor ventilation. Charles County also will be re examining public transportation restrictions as more people get backto work. Christie came. W T O P news We're learning today. The Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, and his wife, Dr Jill Biden, will visit Kenosha, Wisconsin tomorrow. Behold a community meeting. The Biden campaign says the goal is to bring together Americans to heal and to address challenges. This will be the Democratic presidential nominees first trip to the critical swing state. President. Trump made a trip to Kenosha yesterday, which was against the wishes of Wisconsin's governor. He toured damage from the violent protests that erupted after the police shooting of Jacob Blake. White House spokesman today called Biden's visit to Kenosha too little too late and claimed that the president's visit on Tuesday was not motivated by politics. There is a report that Joe Biden raised at least $360 million for his campaign last month. That would be a record shattering some that would give the Democrat ample resource is to compete in the final months of the campaign. The numbers come from a person with direct knowledge of the fund raising. The Biden campaign has declined comment. President. Trump has not yet released his fundraising figures for the month. Up ahead. A Russian opposition leader was poisoned, According to German authorities. It's 1 34 whether it's being on the front lines of pandemic.

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