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Records fall as Northwest swelters under multiday heat wave

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

Records fall as Northwest swelters under multiday heat wave

"Records fall as the Pacific Northwest continues to swelter under a heat wave that forecasters say won't let up until at least the weekend Near record to record temperatures are expected through the rest of this week says national weather service meteorologist Zach Taylor Temperatures will reach the upper 90s to the low 100s potentially potentially as high as a 110 across portions of eastern Washington state Portland broke its record yesterday with a 102° Taylor says temperatures will cool back off by next week What makes this heat wave a little bit more unique is that the duration So we're looking at several days of near record or slightly you know your record or record temperatures I'm Julie Walker

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102-year-old WWII veteran from segregated mail unit honored

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 weeks ago

102-year-old WWII veteran from segregated mail unit honored

"The oldest living member of an all black all female World War II unit will be recognized for her service at an event at Montgomery city hall in Alabama Rome Davis doesn't want to believe how old she actually is I don't want to believe it but they say so The World War II vet enlisted in 1943 was eventually sent to Europe as part of the 6th triple 8 where she was in the motor pool delivering mail and is extremely proud of her contributions saying it was exciting for a country girl from Virginia For country girls to see it had I had to go up fast Part of that growing up fast she says was confronting the racism and sexism In March President Biden signed a bill authorizing the congressional gold medal for the unit I'm Julie Walker

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A highlight from Who Loves Who First?

Live Behind The Veil

11:55 min | 2 months ago

A highlight from Who Loves Who First?

"Welcome to live behind the veil and atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. There were behind the veil. God so loved the world. That he gave his only begotten son. I'm Ron your host, and today we bring back to our awareness. That it was our heavenly father who loved us first. And then did something about it. I have a niece, who was adopted from China, and she spent the first ten years ten months of her life in a crib with 7 other kids. Actually, she wouldn't even be allowed to sit up. She was attached to the crib. It took my sister about four years to get her to accept people. It wasn't a mental thing. It was an emotional thing. Where when she went through something, she would just close off, she wouldn't cry. Even as a, as a baby, she wouldn't cry, she just closed up. And when there were too many people around her, she would close up. What happened is, every time she went into this kind of thing, my sister was told, just to put her on her lap on her lap and hug her, really tightly, until she started relating again, and talked to her. That's how she got her out of it, and now she's a normal person. But it was very, very hard. I think what sandy was talking about is very important to realize what was happening to her. Would this be your niece, sandy? Yes, my niece. Because what she was being denied of was communication. Right. And not only was she being denied communication, she was being denied the communication that she needed. You take a little baby like that, they don't know what they need. Their needs are so simple. That they will accept, pretty much whatever you give them. If you give them love, they'll accept it, and they'll return it. If you feed them, they have that need to be fed, but they really don't understand it. They just know if I cry, somebody will come and feed me, or they'll change me. That simple needs that they have, are brought about by communication. And those simple needs need to be conveyed with love. For that child to learn love, because they don't know what love is. And love starts out being oh boy, I feel much better now. I'm not wet. Oh, wow. This pain that I have here in my body, it disappeared from that wonderful stuff. That they gave me. And pretty soon, the child begins to formulate in their mind what love is. Love is something that makes me feel good. Love is something I can return. They can smile, whether it's gas or not believe what you want. The fact that they see you walk up to the crib, or you talk to them or something, they do the best they can to return, and they wiggle and do all kinds of stuff, and they're trying to return the love to you. Pretty soon, a relationship is formed. Right. And that relationship is very precious to a little child. The only one they got. His mom or dad, or the one who comes and feeds them. The one who changes them, the one who comes and gives them attention. I love sandy's story of the success. The success of just loving and finding ways to love the child. You know, another thing that's really cool is she and my sister, she's 24 years old now, and she and my sister have a really, really good relationship. It was established back then. When my sister just held her. What kind of a relationship do they have? As a mother daughter relationship, but it's also a friend relationship. Is it a love relationship? Oh, yes, very much. That's what I was looking for. Okay. I mean, you can be mother and daughter, father and son. Yeah. You can be friends, but there's one step further. Your sister chose to love that little girl. Sister's heart is so big that she was easily imparted to that little girl. Had a little baby knew what she wanted. She wanted to be loved. That's the way our walk with God is. That's a way. That's why God overlooks all the crap we throw up. You know? Yeah. Isn't that the truth? Can we count on his love? Yeah. That's true. It's really good. You know, you get into actual scripture and kind of a description of what John three 16 is really talking about here in the fact that God so loved us. That he did something about it. Your sister, sandy, could have neglected that child. And God could have neglected us. You know, and just let us go by our wayside. Right. But he loved us so much, that he provided a way for us to be connected with him. You know, it was him giving his son, his only son. To die for us, may sound like something you've heard a 100,000 times, which is really true, it really is the heart of the father and how much he loves us. What I love also is James talks about you can not love without loving from the father. The love that you expressed that your sister had towards your niece is exactly that love of the lord. Your niece has a relationship with your sister. You can't ask for anything else. If you look at galatians 5, it talks about the two sides of things. How the works of the flesh, and then the gifts of the spirit. Well, if you read through those, every one of those the good and bad of it is somebody has to do something in order to make those function. Spirit of the spirit is kindness. You just can't hang on to it. You have to give it to somebody. You have to be kind. Or if you're going to be jealous, you're jealous because of something or some one. You can't just sit here and go, I'm going to be jealous today. That's true. You have to have an expression to somebody else. Right. God did it for us. So it behooves us to do the same for someone else. I really love the examples. The example that you have with your sister because it's a reality and it's something that somebody else can relate to. You know, there are atrocities going on in other parts of the world. Where babies are not treated well, you know, we lose a real revelation of the love that the lord has for these children, for all of us. I mean, I don't care if you're a 102 years old or still a child in God's sight. Yeah. And I lose the revelation of the love that he has for each and every individual. So much soul that his son suffered so that we could have access to loving him. Right. Right. There's one thing that sandy was talking about that were all very much aware of and a lot of times people don't want to think about it. And that's who loved to first. And in sandy's case, her sister showed that little girl love first. That's right. You mentioned sandy, the very unique relationship they have now on how strong it is. Mother daughter. They are all bet you best of Friends. Yes, sir. That's because your sister took the initiative to love first. And believe it or not, sports fans, that's what happened to us. God loved us first. I don't think there's anybody that can say, oh yeah, I woke up one morning. I was 6 years old, and I said, you know, God, I really love you. Well, he loved you a long time before you were 6 years old. Yep. He loved us at the foundation of the earth. When we were created. How much time has passed? Till we begin to realize that relationship. And I think that happens when we realize and accept, adoption, the sons. That is part of what your niece experienced from her mother. And little child doesn't know she's adopted, or he's adopted. They just know this person loves me. And as we acknowledge that, we're starting to return to our father what he wants. He wants to be loved because he loved us. Right. And that's called worship. That's how the foundation of our worship is saying God. I receive your love and I give it back to you. Well, today we've seen that our heavenly father was our example on how to love. Let's return his love to him and follow his example by putting into action our love for one another. Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is life. As this time in his presence blessed you, then please subscribe to our podcast at live behind the veil dot com. If you would like to contact the family with questions or topics that you would like to discuss, you can email them to living epistles at live behind the veil dot com. Stay connected, tuned in and grow with the family as the lord unveils his word to us live. Behind the video.

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Celtics roll past Heat 127-102, tie Eastern finals at 1-1

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Celtics roll past Heat 127-102, tie Eastern finals at 1-1

"Marcus smart was a rebound shy of a triple double finishing with 24 points on 8 of 22 shooting and dishing out 12 assists as the Celtics hammered the heat one 27 one O two Smart also was 5 of 12 from downtown as the Celtics drained 20 of their 43 point attempts Jayson Tatum had a team high 27 points for Boston which led by 25 at halftime Jaylen Brown finished with 24 points A great Williams had 19 Heat forward Jimmy Butler followed his 41 point performance in the opener by scoring 29 on Thursday but the rest of Miami starters added just 31 I'm Dave

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102 marathons in 102 days: Amputee's unofficial world record

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

102 marathons in 102 days: Amputee's unofficial world record

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How Does Charlie Have So Much Energy?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 4 months ago

How Does Charlie Have So Much Energy?

"Charlie, how and where do you get all this energy to travel over the place and do these events at the same time be married and tend to your marriage and have time to do hillsdale courses? I'm just ashamed of myself and my time management. Thanks so much, shabu. So look, we do a lot and we don't we don't rest a lot. But, you know, we do three hours of radio a day, which translates to three podcasts a day. We do one on Saturday one on Sunday. Just this week, I had an event every single night except Monday. Kris kross in the country, not to mention the work we do at turning point USA. And running that and managing that, we have a great operational team thankfully that we've been able to put there, but also raising the money for turning point and our 250 plus full-time employees. So look, I don't sit still well. There's work to do. I mean, you got to make a decision in your life where you just kind of sit around and hope things get better. You're going to start to do things. And you will live a much more meaningful life if you act. You'll live a much more meaningful life if you figure out the teleological reason for existence, which is just a really fancy, unnecessarily academic way of saying the purpose. What is your purpose? And so we've definitely found ours. And it's a grind sometimes. Travel the country, you're in new places every single day. We're doing one event tonight and then we got the two tomorrow and next week will be in Fresno and we have not we only missed and it was mainly because of a tactic up one hour of radio this week. So we were on the entire week, we also did the event with the great Candace Owens, a university of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, and that's coming off of last week where we did Berkeley boulder and Fullerton in a 72 hour window, and only missed one day of radio last week. So you guys helped make all that possible when you get behind our program and you help turning point USA and you help us. You subscribe to the Charlie Kirk, show podcast. Look, we're a podcast of action. And there's radio program of action. There's very few that are like that.

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When Will Americans Realize the Government Isn't Working for Them?

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

When Will Americans Realize the Government Isn't Working for Them?

"Going to realize that the government is not working for them. So at the border, what should we as citizens do when the federal government is feeling the system, Carol? Well, I've called for quite some time that the states need to organize a citizen force and to use police officers, use National Guard, use Texas Rangers or Arizona, rangers, and start their own border patrol. We could do this if we wanted to. We can police borders with police borders all the time. We've made a decision that our border is not worthy of policing. We made a decision that the potential benefits from open borders is better than the negatives that benefits, I guess are cheap labor, which is insane. I don't think there's any benefits. Let me be perfectly honest with unlimited legal and illegal immigration. But that's basically the consensus of the kind of cartel ruling class. And so we could do it. It's just a matter of the will. We don't want to do it. I always laugh when people

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Los Angeles Reinstates Mask Mandate on Transit

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:48 min | 4 months ago

Los Angeles Reinstates Mask Mandate on Transit

"This one is about mask mandates and what is going on in Los Angeles. This one is from Quinn in Iowa. Charlie, what is going on with the mask mandates in LA? I'm traveling there in a couple weeks and I'm very worried that I'm going to have to wear a mask. Thanks so much. So yes, Los Angeles is now reinstituting mask mandates because the science can change so quickly. Let's play cut one O 5, new transportation mask mandate back into effect. Play cut one O 5. Well, pat basically, if you plan on traveling by plane train or automobile, at least in a public setting, well, you're going to need one of these again, because starting at midnight, the mask mandate will go back into effect for those public transportation settings. Mask mandate is back. What is the purpose of the mask mandate, especially what is the purpose of the mask mandate for children? Candace Owens made a very profound point at our campus tour together. Where she said, look, when we look at China, we ask the question, why won't they rise up? Why won't they push back against the tyranny? One of the reasons is that the children of China or even the adults now have no memory of freedom. They have nothing to fight back for. We don't have a memory of something, then there really isn't a reference point. They want an entire generation to be raised, without any form of a memory of freedom. This is exactly why they're putting masks on children. There is zero epidemiological reason to have a child wear a mask. Zero, period. However, the reason they are trying to have children wear masks is they don't want them to know what it's like to not wear a mask. They want them to be more likely to listen to orders and not question authority. They want them to be less likely

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Siakam scores 34 as Raptors avoid sweep, beat 76ers 110-102

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Siakam scores 34 as Raptors avoid sweep, beat 76ers 110-102

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Jaylen Brown scores 32 points; Celtics rout Wizards 144-102

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Jaylen Brown scores 32 points; Celtics rout Wizards 144-102

"Jaylen Jaylen brown brown and and Jayson Jayson Tatum Tatum combined combined for for fifty fifty four four points points as as the the Celtics Celtics blew blew out out the the wizard wizard one one forty forty four four to to one one oh oh two two brown brown had had a a game game high high thirty thirty two two points points along along with with seven seven rebounds rebounds and and five five assists assists while while Tatum Tatum told told twenty twenty two two points points and and seven seven helpers helpers jockeying jockeying for for one one of of the the top top seed seed in in the the Eastern Eastern Conference Conference brown's brown's team team posted posted its its thirteenth thirteenth win win in in sixteen sixteen games games with with three three games games left left in in the the regular regular season season today today was was a a good good game game we we played played against against a a team team that that was was hungry hungry I I was was going going to to come come out out and and play play hard hard regardless regardless because because they they have have nothing nothing to to lose lose and and they they played played well well last last game game against against Dallas Dallas Kristaps Kristaps porzingis porzingis and and continuous continuous Caldwell Caldwell pope pope had had seventeen seventeen points points apiece apiece for for a a wizards wizards team team that that had had won won four four of of five five I'm I'm given given Coolbaugh Coolbaugh

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Bey's late scoring surge helps Pistons top 76ers 102-94

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Bey's late scoring surge helps Pistons top 76ers 102-94

"City city based based scored scored half half of of his his twenty twenty points points in in the the final final forty forty half half minutes minutes of of the the pistons pistons one one oh oh two two ninety ninety four four victory victory over over the the seventy seventy Sixers Sixers they they provided provided seven seven points points and and nine nine run run that that gave gave the the pistons pistons a a one one oh oh two two eighty eighty nine nine lead lead with with one one fifty fifty four four left left K. K. Cunningham Cunningham scored scored twenty twenty seven seven points points to to help help Detroit Detroit withstand withstand Jo Jo Ellan Ellan beat beat thirty thirty seven seven points points and and fifteen fifteen rebounds rebounds Detroit's Detroit's bench bench outscored outscored the the Sixers Sixers backups backups thirty thirty ninety ninety eight eight as as the the pistons pistons ended ended a a three three game game skid skid James James harden harden had had eighteen eighteen points points nine nine rebounds rebounds and and seven seven assists assists for for the the seventy seventy Sixers Sixers who who fell fell into into fourth fourth place place in in the the east east in in two two and and a a half half games games behind behind the the conference conference leading leading heat heat I'm I'm Dave Dave very very

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Melton, Bane lead Morant-less Grizzlies past Bucks, 127-102

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 5 months ago

Melton, Bane lead Morant-less Grizzlies past Bucks, 127-102

"Do you have any Melton Desmond bane and Dillon Brooks led the Grizzlies offense at a one twenty seven one oh two pounding of the box Melton was high man from Memphis with twenty four points bane had twenty and Brooks added nineteen as the Grizzlies won their fourth in a row and eight of their last nine Melton made eight of eleven from the field including six of nine from outside the arc yeah that's intended to pull at the box with thirty points eleven rebounds and four blocks the bucs third loss in thirteen games keeps them a half game behind the heat for the Eastern Conference lead I'm Dave Ferrie

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Holiday helps short-handed Bucks beat Wizards 114-102

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Holiday helps short-handed Bucks beat Wizards 114-102

"True holiday had twenty four points and ten assists to help the box withstand a late comeback attempt and beat the wizards one fourteen one oh two Grayson Allen added twenty one points in the Bucks never trailed despite playing without either of their two all stars who was really on the defensive end it's not easy to score on offense when again stops and run off of Mrs yeah I think they had four six point something like that with five minutes ago four minutes ago in the first quarter Khris Middleton missed a second straight game with a sore left wrist Yanis intended Cooper was out for the second time in three games with a sore right knee after trailing ninety four sixty six in the opening minute of the final period the wizards cut Milwaukee's lead to one on one on one on each Smith's three pointer with two twelve remaining I'm Dave Ferrie

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Curry scores 34 points, Warriors beat Nuggets 113-102

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 5 months ago

Curry scores 34 points, Warriors beat Nuggets 113-102

"A late spurt lifted Golden State to a one thirteen one oh two victory over the nuggets who were playing for the fourth time in five nights Stephan curry was game high with thirty four but Jordan Poole let a game ending thirteen run with a pair of last minute three pointers the nuggets were up by fourteen in the third quarter in lead one oh two one hundred with three ten to go before they ran out of gas they have still won ten of their last twelve and they took the season series from the warriors three games to one Bruce Morton Denver

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McCollum continues scoring spree, Pelicans top Suns 117-102

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

McCollum continues scoring spree, Pelicans top Suns 117-102

"The sun's eight game winning streak is over after CJ McCollum led the pelicans to a one seventeen one oh two down in the Phoenix McCollum dropped in thirty two points on eleven of eighteen from the field he's averaging about thirty points in six games since joining Orleans from the trailblazers Brandon Ingram had twenty points for the pelicans and Jana's valanciunas had eighteen points and seventeen boards Devin Booker finished with thirty points but had just five assists as his son's office looks stagnant for chunks of the game Phoenix lost for just the second time in twenty one contests I'm Dave Ferrie

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Mitchell scores 27 in return, leads Jazz past Nets 125-102

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 6 months ago

Mitchell scores 27 in return, leads Jazz past Nets 125-102

"The the the the jazz jazz jazz jazz rolled rolled rolled rolled over over over over the the the the nets nets nets nets won won won won twenty twenty twenty twenty five five five five one one one one oh oh oh oh two two two two is is is is Donovan Donovan Donovan Donovan Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell scored scored scored scored twenty twenty twenty twenty seven seven seven seven points points points points in in in in his his his his return return return return from from from from a a a a concussion concussion concussion concussion that that that that sidelined sidelined sidelined sidelined him him him him for for for for eight eight eight eight games games games games I I I I was was was was happy happy happy happy just just just just to to to to be be be be out out out out there there there there run run run run around around around around garden garden garden garden thinking thinking thinking the the the game game game was was was having having having fun fun fun playing playing playing my my my teammates teammates teammates so so so you you you know know know a a a time time time that that that he'll he'll he'll make make make the the the right right right reads reads reads find find find things things things out out out for for for turnovers turnovers turnovers which which which I'm I'm I'm proud proud proud of of of but but but seventy seventy seventy point point point again again again Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell shot shot shot eight eight eight for for for ten ten ten from from from the the the floor floor floor and and and had had had six six six three three three pointers pointers pointers and and and six six six assists assists assists in in in twenty twenty twenty two two two minutes minutes minutes boy boy boy am am am Bogdanovich Bogdanovich Bogdanovich added added added nineteen nineteen nineteen points points points for for for Utah Utah Utah which which which handed handed handed Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn its its its season season season high high high seven seven seven consecutive consecutive consecutive loss loss loss came came came Thomas Thomas Thomas had had had a a a game game game high high high thirty thirty thirty points points points for for for Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn which which which played played played without without without Kevin Kevin Kevin Durant Durant Durant and and and James James James harden harden harden I'm I'm I'm Dave Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie

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Love hits late FTs, Cavs edge Hornets 102-101 in wild finish

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Love hits late FTs, Cavs edge Hornets 102-101 in wild finish

"The the the the Cavaliers Cavaliers Cavaliers Cavaliers blew blew blew blew a a a a six six six six point point point point lead lead lead lead over over over over the the the the final final final final two two two two minutes minutes minutes minutes before before before before Kevin Kevin Kevin Kevin love love love love hit hit hit hit a a a a pair pair pair pair of of of of free free free free throws throws throws throws with with with with one one one one point point point point two two two two seconds seconds seconds seconds left left left left giving giving giving giving Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland a a a a one one one one oh oh oh oh two two two two one one one one a a a a one one one one victory victory victory victory over over over over the the the the Hornets Hornets Hornets Hornets AS AS AS AS one one one one knockdown knockdown knockdown knockdown and and and give give give ourselves ourselves ourselves a a a chance chance chance to to to make make make a a a play play play in in in game game game on on on defense defense defense just just just get get get out out out of of of your your your life life life love love love scored scored scored twenty twenty twenty two two two of of of his his his twenty twenty twenty five five five points points points in in in the the the second second second half half half of of of the the the caps caps caps tenth tenth tenth win win win in in in thirteen thirteen thirteen games games games Jared Jared Jared Allen Allen Allen provided provided provided twenty twenty twenty nine nine nine points points points twenty twenty twenty two two two rebounds rebounds rebounds in in in helping helping helping the the the Cavaliers Cavaliers Cavaliers hand hand hand Charlotte Charlotte Charlotte its its its third third third consecutive consecutive consecutive loss loss loss Terry Terry Terry Rozier Rozier Rozier had had had twenty twenty twenty four four four points points points to to to calibrate calibrate calibrate junior junior junior added added added twenty twenty twenty one one one for for for the the the Hornets Hornets Hornets who who who overcame overcame overcame a a a double double double digit digit digit deficit deficit deficit in in in the the the fourth fourth fourth quarter quarter quarter I'm I'm I'm Dave Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie

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Barrett scores 28 as Knicks beat Clippers 110-102

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Barrett scores 28 as Knicks beat Clippers 110-102

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"10.2" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"10.2" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Or stream. It live on the peacock out. He's by karma. Dan fired we ever brand new fantasy. Football podcast called. I want your flex twice a week. Every tuesday and friday we come up with new episodes about only look back at. What happened what you need to do at that minute and also look ahead of what's coming up in the fantasy football world dan every week. We're gonna scour the waiver wire to find the pickups to turbo boost your fantasy lineup sits starts fantasy football players rankings to get you ready to dominate the competition listed. The i want your flex by carbon meet. Dan buyer on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Wherever you go your podcasts you did it. You will up today you even got out of bed. You deserve it aboard. We can't ob morning people but we can all get dolls for breakfast right now. Mix and match at chicken. Mac riddles or mcchicken biscuit for just three bucks order ahead on the nikki. Diesel price and participation may vary cannot be combined with combo meal single item at regular price mobile ordering pay at participating. Mcdonald's need more footfall in your life. Starting august twenty third. Listen to the good morning football podcast. Join me ads. Alongside nate burleson. Peter straker kyle brandt for a daily breakdown of the league's biggest story if you're looking for the secret ingredient that makes patrick mahomes so special or with sitcom best describes the cowboy season. Then this is the podcast for you between game plan breakdowns fantasy tips. We've got you covered for all your football needs between interviews with the stars of the nfl previews of all the best match ups and weekly fantasy advice. The gm podcast is your one stop shop for all things. Football we got recaps re tweets reaction to all the wild moments. You might have missed on and off the field and whether you're a football fanatic or just a casual sports fan. Who enjoys a good laugh. Make sure to listen to the good morning. Football podcast. weekdays on the iheartradio app on apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. I want to give back to being a community group. I want to continue having soccer season. So i can throw parties again so i can go to her. Party's it really be nice to dine in. Instead of getting delivery for a change so i can feel safe and protected for myself and my students we have our own reason for why we're getting vaccinated against cova nineteen be visit get vaccine answers dot org for information on the cova nineteen vaccines. It's up to you brought to you by the ad council. My goodness do we get mileage out of a story. I have all these old stories. I occasionally bring up to the danettes. Too silly silly references my days at the mothership final results of the poll question mclovin. We put out three most nondescript team out a week one hour new york. Football giants ran away with it watching football team. Second oh congratulations to the the new york football giants and east. I mean i know. My eagles are in first place. But i don't know about that division this year that was impressive performance that they go the eagles go on the road. And rough up the falcons. Because i thought the falcons would be competitive this year. I don't know if they're going to be that good. Like carolina looked a little better than i thought and i remembered. Some of the guys said carolina's an interesting for the over. They also had the lion's as an over this year. I don't i don't do the over unders but i am always intrigued. That the number that they come up with does it. There'll be times when you go. Gosh can they win. Thirteen games or do you think they're only going to win nine games and it feels like there's a lot of teams that are around nine or ten wins this year but you've added another game as well that has to be factored in mclovin feels unfair that the four really good teams in the nfc west knowsley week one but spread the wealth a little bit. Because i don't know like. I feel like the cardinals are getting shorter shifted having to visit. Yeah you're right max. Scherzer went over three thousand strikeouts. The dodgers are twenty eight eleven since they traded for sherzer and trade turner yet. They've only picked up a half a game on the giants over that stretch. Boy here comes the wild carried out of the days that comes that was stat of lewd. More phone calls this day in sports. History paulie what do you have got a couple not that juicy john. Macaroni won his third consecutive. Us open Fay vincent eighty nine was named major league baseball commissure takeover bhartiya amati and in oakland california. Frank franscisco relief. Pitcher threw a chair into right field box seats during a fight. And whole yes remember. We were on the air that week. I remember that yeah. Do you realized this player not known for home. Runs once led the american league in home runs..

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"10.2" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"10.2" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"You sicker. Isn't that kind of what? You're hearing? Yeah. Look at England. What story Because it started in England. I guess. Didn't India this This is the one that pretty much decimated India and we saw those cases hundreds of thousands of cases a day and All those images of you know hospitals being completely overcrowded and just not enough beds to treat people it was. It's really awful. The good news is, though, because we like to have good news. The good news is, if you are vaccinated, there is very little cost for concern. The health experts and doctors here in the United States more than more than 10%, now of new cases are that that the delta variant And so a lot of health experts are worried in about people in states that have low vaccination rates. Um, a lot of states, you know in the South have not have just don't have the vaccination rates at a lot of other states have on the coast and in the North, so Yeah. I mean, I I hope that they you know they're concerned that this could create another wave, which none of, you know. No one wants and so get vaccinated. It's widely available now. Here is that there's an interesting comparative here before we leave this of all again back to the news media, Jennifer and Victoria what we were saying about the heat wave and how things are being portrayed and Kobe. I think we've gotten to the point where always numb understanding. Most people who are mature and get it are they understand that the news media is no more. It's all entertainment infotainment. Whatever you wanna call it. So what gets lost are things that put stuff into perspective. And that's why what Jennifer just said in Victoria about good we looked. I think about some of the stories on the list this week. It's like everything is everything now has to have a component of fearmongering. It's the way that and I and I really I say yes, it is The news media's fault to the mainstream news media's fault for that, But I also think politicians gain a lot of power by keeping people really scared. I mean, I'm just looking at the list of stories this week. What did we hear about the Supreme Court decision on the affordable care act? We heard that if Amy Coney Barrett would go on to the Supreme Court that the affordable care act would be killed, that it would be over that there, and there's a quote Pamela Harris said on the campaign trail. Millions of Americans will be without health care because of Amy Coney Barrett on the Supreme Court fear Manuel. I think that Amy Coney Barrett and also the reason that that that that was so such a hot button issue is because I believe that there was a paper that Amy Coney, Barrett wrote before she was put on the Supreme Court, where she said that the affordable care act was unconstitutional. A lot of people wear that, but that doesn't started from case that they're going to see Is proof of that. I mean, that's what Clarence Thomas said in the descent this week about or Excuse me, not not the dis empathy opinion about their decision, he said. Look, I don't like this affordable care act. I think it is unconstitutional, but this particular case It's there's no standing for it, so they tossed it out. I mean, it's just I'm just happy at a time where everyone's really struggling. Most people are struggling. Anyway. I'm happy that 30 Million people didn't also lose their health insurance because I've been without even in jeopardy, I guess is there can we go back to? I want to go back to Covid for a second, But the point is, Doug that I was making is that you're right. It's like everybody and then going back to that. The Dell story is going to come Yeah, It's like everything has got to be like a massive. It's got to have a name. It's got it. You know it's coming for you. It's just okay so then to put things into perspective as to specific, Let's talk about Children. And how many Children are dying because of covid, um and and then compared to other things that Children are dying of or from who are in their early stages. Out of every 100,000 deaths among Children in the United States, three of them drowned. 2.5 of them. If you want to use the exact statistic, our in car crashes, Uh, there are actually about the same number of Children killed. In homicides. 2% of Children have cancer. 1% of Children have cardiovascular disease. 8.8% have the flu or pneumonia and die from it. 7.7% less than 1% die of suffocation 10.2% Are dying of covid. It is the least problematic of all the things that Children confront for possible ways of dying and so to have all of this hoopla. Yep, There should be attention given to it just to play Devil's advocate, then is forced vaccine appropriate for young kids. Well, it is. I guess if you want to understand that the Children could spread it for them. It doesn't do any good. I don't see it doesn't do any good for kids. But it does help the situation with adults. And so is that make it worthwhile. Should it be done? Uh, by the way, Children spread it without knowing I mean, that's been debunked. That was one of the things that people said early on. But what they're saying now is that when you are you are contagious when you have symptoms, so You know, I mean, is that does that But the same numbers hold argument anymore. When you look at the older Children teenagers, for example, the same numbers hold up more Children die of cancer like 100 times. More Children die of cancer, then die of covid. With the stats being the way they are, So I just think it putting things into perspective. And this is, by the way. The study was done over the past year, not just and what I found more Interesting if you will, in terms of Children under one year old, most Children who die die of suffocation. What is that called? When the kids have is a disease? It's called when Children just stop breathing. It's not a disease that it's it's sudden, sudden. Sudden, sudden infant death syndrome. Yes, it's Yeah. Yeah, and a lot of time. It is accident. Were you worried about that when you have a one year old now his birthday is this weekend is verify every Yeah today. Yeah. Oh, I totally believe that kids who believe like monsters live under their bed or the Boogie Man came in at night. It's the parent just checking to make sure you're still breathing like throughout the night. Non today's next one year, but first birthday. Wow. Yeah, Today is the actual day Well, and they're not supposed to have blankets or stuffed animals in the crib with them when they're sleeping because of like, that's what can cause the accidental death. You're not supposed to have them sleeping in bed with you. Of course I I do, but that's only been that's been a recent thing because he doesn't like to sleep at night. So having him in bed with me, helps me get a little bit of sleep but also probably comes him down to. I think that's what happens. With young Children with your dogs, Whatever they all feel better if they're close to you, and that's you know, it's kind of a basic principle, if you will, All right, so there's the overview of two of the top stories. Let's see what else we get into what other kind of trouble we can create. Here.

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"10.2" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"10.2" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The show. I'm Bob Zach Mayer of the XP Realty and Jerry sent is on vacation this week. And I am joined in the studio by Tina's Deal. Also VIP mortgage. Good Morning, Tina. Good Morning, Bob. Happy Summer. Happy Summer. Buoyant, Hit hard. It's I know sudden. It's June. Let's hit the triple Digit and it came in blazing. Yes, and also in the tail end. You might hear it in my voice. Uh, Sinuses are still going on. I mean, uh, Halliburton haven't quite yet gone away, and we haven't had any rain. So that makes it worse than the dust and pollen. Everything flying. So I apologize if you hear Little raspy nous in my in my voice today. But we have a lot of things to talk about. One is the Bidding wars and I've been saying, actually, uh About a month ago. I just said, you know what? This just absolutely cannot continue What's happening? And if you look at the real estate market in 2019, Tucson was number two in the United States for appreciation. We had 10.2%. Last year, we were number nine in the United States at 18.8%, and the average across the whole U. S right now is 16%, which is just Unprecedented to put it in perspective since World War two the average appreciation across the U. S. According to the Federal Reserve. There's a website that I get a lot of data from 3.25%. That's the national average appreciation since World War two, So we just had 10.2 18.8 were running at 18 again. This year. So if you just compound that and take $100,000.10.2, so obviously it's 110,200. Then you compound that put 18.8 on top of it, and then another 18. On top of that. It's 100 and 54.4%. Since 2019 so homes, you know, the median home price in Tucson has gone up 54.4% in three years. So you know, this is the question And then how many people do you know They got a 54% increase at their job right in three years, right? That's like a career for most people, the average The increase in the United States is 2 to 3% a year. So how long does it take to get to 54%? You know a long time. It's It's compounded, so it's not just simple division, but Still this, um Is sort of, uh, building this perfect storm for I hate to say it another bubble. I mean, we're not there yet. The thing that I'm watching and just very, very closely is the affordability of a home and and that's where you know the low interest rates are really a factor. When you compare this and everybody, you start to see all these articles about Oh, it's another 2000 and eight bubble, and it's like no, no, no, it's totally different this time. Because we we do have a lot of influx of new people from California the differences they're actually moving here this time, instead of speculating here and just buying a bunch of properties when the market started to stagnate back in 2000 and seven I mean, they just like dumped all the inventory that they had in our MLS inventory went from 3200 to almost 11,000 and six months and it was just like this massive dumping of property. I I don't see how that's even possible to happen this time because we don't have the speculation going on that we did. And they can't with the building material shortage of you know, always be plywood. It is $67 a sheet now. I mean, that's up $12 from last month, um, construction materials so far this year up over 70%. And over 300% since a year ago, one year 300% and I heard that new builds. They're not even pricing them right now, right until their complete they can't write. And then the lumber is going up so high and and there's lotteries. I mean, you have to wait for them to open the lots to get on the lot to buy a home that you don't know how much it's gonna cost, right? So it sounds like they went when it just gets where it's unbelievable. I I think it's time to, you know, start taking some chips off the table. So If you are a seller, I mean, unless you want to rent for a while, I would say Don't list your home until you have something lined up to buy and and you know, there's Right now, if I do a search on the MLS and I do this almost every day, and and it's just a box on the MLS and I go from Red Rock. Down the Green Valley and from Three points all the way out past the edge of swear on national Park. And I look at how many houses are there available for sale right now in that 3000 square mile area. So on the entire MLS in Tucson. We have a total of 897 homes in in 3000 Square miles, and that's everything that's manufactured homes that's condos, town homes. That's how many properties are actively listed for sale. So then, if I look and say How many are Under contract right now. So how many are being bought? We had 897 that are, uh, you know, for sale without offers on them. We have 3671 homes in that same area. That are currently under contract to be purchased, so there's four times more being purchased than there are for sale. So I mean, that's really good. Then how many closed In the last three months. Just in three months. Um From March 4th. To June 4th in in this and, uh Little box 9226 houses, Um in six months, So I mean, we're running 1500 a month being sold. And there's only 891 for sales. So how does that work? Yeah, And that's kind of what's left because of this exactly. And then if you look back at the at the population we've averaged about 10,800 people for the last four years that have moved to Pima County, Arizona. So if that works out to 900 people a month, so there's 900 people a month if.

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"10.2" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"10.2" Discussed on KCRW

"Let's make a plan DONNA work It's 5 35. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep. When last year's election results showed Georgia to be a Purple State, a state that voted for Joe Biden, a state that elected two Democratic senators, Asian American voters were part of that picture there a growing part Vital states electorate, and that is one sign of the rising political influence of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, which NPR political reporter Juana Summers has been following. Good morning. Morning. How is this part of the electorate changing Well. Asian Americans are the fastest growing segment of the U. S electorate. And right now we're seeing something of a political awakening. This community has experienced a dramatic spike in the number of racially motivated attacks in the past year during this pandemic, which is how to galvanizing effect. That is something that vice President Kamila Harris touched on when she spoke at a virtual event for the A P I Victory Alliance last night. As a member of this community I share in that outrage and grief. And I believe we have an opportunity now to turn that pain into action. Harris also talked about a bill that President Biden will sign today intended to address that increase in hate crimes and violence against Asian Americans. Well, what can you tell us about the political power of Asian Americans right now? So I spoke with Karthik Rama Krishnan, who is the director of a P I data and his analysis of Census Bureau data shows that turnout among Asian Americans shot up from 49% in 2016 to 60% in 2020, and among Pacific Islanders, There was a jump from 41% in 2016 to 55% in 2020. Now Those numbers are lower. Overall, the national turn out in the last election, but they were the biggest increases among any racial or ethnic group and then 2020 as you point out that was to the benefit of then candidate Joe Biden and Democrats. Now I asked Rama Krishnan to explain to me why this turnout Serge may have happened, he said. There are a slew of reasons. But one important thing that he did. 10.2 is a sharp increase in voting among the second generation who are born in the United States to immigrant parents. This second generation is coming of political age. And especially during this moment of covert and the increase in anti Asian Racism and hate incidents. You are seeing a kind of political consciousness that's forming that will likely last a generation. And that, he told me can tell you a lot about what this participation might look like in the future. Although I'm remembering a couple of years ago, we did a profile of a Chinese American state legislator and part of the notable factor that it's just that she was rare. They're not that many Asian American elected officials And see if that is still true. The reflective democracy campaign did a report recently It found that Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders make up less than 1% of elected leaders. When you look at all levels of government, Asians Now make up about 7% of the nation's overall population. Now that being said, we do know that more Asian Americans are running for office now than ever before, including folks like Andrew Yang, who ran for president in 2020, now running to be the mayor of New York. Michelle Wu is running to be the mayor of Boston, and they have been all these groups that have sprung up that are working to recruit potential candidates. And breaks down some of these barriers they face when considering whether or not to seek office as NPR's Juana Summers. Thanks as always, for your reporting, you're welcome. Mature now to Brazil, where the pandemic is far from over covert cases. They're dipped recently but are edging up again. Many people blame President gyre Belson Aro for ignoring science than giving the wrong people the wrong jobs. NPR's Philip Reeves reports that Brazilians are now taking a closer look at what has gone wrong. You've also hippity appeared Want to your sequence? An Army general is being interrogated Life on TV tratamiento that coffee. It is a naughty conformity is facing a group of Brazilian senators. Brazil is the world's second highest number of covert deaths after the U. S. These senators want to know to what extent this catastrophe is the government's fault. The chloral cleaning capacity. It's concho vid trees. The General Eduardo Pezuela spent nearly a year is President Chae Oppose Narrows Health minister before being replaced two months ago..

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"10.2" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"10.2" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Site is closed today and will be closed tomorrow. People who have pre registered for testing will be notified if they're scheduled appointment is affected by the closure. There wasn't a lot of snow from this storm. At this point. It's the ice under the snow. That's making conditions difficult, Katie's Dan McCarthy says. It's very slave that thin layer underneath the snow, and that's making a treacherous for drivers and treacherous for us even right here on the sidewalk as I slip and slide. Hills in the inclines were especially slick today OD'd on has been able to keep I 84 open through the Columbia River Gorge down. Hamilton says he using salt in areas where packed snow is a problem but using salt, But in some areas, it's so cold that the salt really loses its a lot of its effectiveness when it gets down close to 20 degrees. Oh, Dad also used a sold on highway 26 between the Vista Ridge Tunnel and Sylvan Hill and along On I five and Breeze Hill in southwest Portland with frigid temperatures, Snow and ice bearing down on the Northwest Levin, Auntie Katie Exes. Gail Cunningham, Sir. Triple Ace advises you to be prepared for winter driving conditions. Play is bracing for a spike in calls for roadside assistance. Check your car's battery. Dead batteries are the number one reason why people call triple A during a cold snap. Triple A's Marie Dodd says. Make sure your car is equipped with snow tires or carry chains or tire socks and know how to put them on know how to drive on ice and snow. Thomas take drivers make his 10.2 finished and slipped. Conditions slowed down and leave plenty of distance between you and the car ahead. And don't leave home without an emergency kit in your car. Sure, you have water and snacks for all passengers in case she gets stuck somewhere. You can find more tips a triple a dot com The CDC is releasing guidelines about safely opening schools in administrations is getting kids back into classrooms for in person. Learning is a.

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"10.2" Discussed on #M?llistMist - der Podcast

#M?llistMist - der Podcast

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"10.2" Discussed on #M?llistMist - der Podcast

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"10.2" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"10.2" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Our paths have crossed, he said, coming up on fire inside and Illinois bowling Alley Saturday, killing three people of entering three others during what authorities believe was a random attack. Rockford Police chief Dad O'Shea was asked by reporters Do the shooting happened inside, Chief? Some inside in some outside? We didn't hear that A child was shot a teenager. Can you confirm that that I do know that there are teenagers? Two teenagers have been shot, but I don't know the ages on further injuries, whether their life threatening or non life threatening. We'll get all that to you as we can. Obviously, it's very, very fluid on day we're doing the best we can try and get you as much information as we can when we get it. Rockford Police say a 37 year old male suspect is in custody after the shooting Saturday that it don car lanes. Federal agents have converged at the home of a possible person of interest in the explosion that rocked downtown Nashville on Christmas morning investigators of scaring hundreds of tips and leads in the blast the damaged dozens of buildings. US is by far the leading nation in covert desk and cases as the number of infections globally topped 80 million data compiled by Johns Hopkins University reported the mark Saturday morning after 472,000 cases were recorded worldwide Christmas Day. The number of deaths related to the Corona virus across the globe stands at 1.75 million with the U. S accounting for the most over 331,000. The U. S also reported the most infections. 18.8 million, followed by India with 10.2 million and Brazil was 7.4 million. Actually, Walker, Boston doctor suffered a serious allergic reaction to majorities. Corona virus vaccine, the first of its kind documented Apply with benefits for millions of Americans expired overnight. As President. Trump refuses to sign and end of.

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"10.2" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"10.2" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Intel or coronavirus package that everyone's been talking about. The president is demanding changes to that bipartisan supported bill. The package would have extended those expanded unemployment benefits through March at least. But if the president does not sign it, which he is not expected to then to pandemic programs will expire at midnight. Fox's Aisha Hosni Federal agents are the home Of a possible person of interest in the explosion that rocked downtown Nashville, shattering the calm of Christmas morning. The force of the explosion, shattering windows, knocking down trees and causing structural damage to a number of buildings in the area. The city of Nashville is hailing six officers as heroes were until they ran into danger, trying to get people out of harm's way. At least one officers suffering temporary loss of hearing following the large explosion. That's Fox's Charles Watson. Another grim milestone for covert 19, Fox's Jackie of Bonnie as reports covert 19 cases now topping 80 million worldwide with us by far the world leader. Data from Johns Hopkins University shows us with nearly 18.5 million confirmed cases. Second behind the U. S. Is India With 10.2 million more than 330,000 Americans have died from the virus worldwide. The death toll was upto 1.75 million. And lots of NFL action this holiday weekend, Miami came from behind to beat Las Vegas, Tampa Bay beat Detroit. San Francisco defeated Arizona America's listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts Network. Getting schooled with Abby Hornets. Eric Fox News chief congressional correspondent Mike Emanuel, Can you just talk to me about the basics of a filibuster? Two different versions. There's giving a long speech on the Senate floor to make the point that there is a severe protest about something going on in the Senate. The other way is getting together 40 or more senators to vote against something subscribe and listen now by going to a.

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"10.2" Discussed on The Knowing Place

The Knowing Place

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"10.2" Discussed on The Knowing Place

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"10.2" Discussed on The Knowing Place

The Knowing Place

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"10.2" Discussed on The Knowing Place

"Well it's another thankful thursday. Hope everybody's doing okay. Pretty good just reflecting the last few weeks and have some losses friends of mine lost loved ones are battling sicknesses. I've been thinking about them a lot air lately but still thankful for just blessings that i do have thankful that i have support in great friends and family to help do life challenges. It's important to have a good network. So i guess also. I'm really thankful for you. Guys this for listening to me. Support me checking out my podcast. Sending me great messages great feedback. I appreciate all of a chance to the knowing place. Podcast subscribe to my youtube. Page to benign place among instagram facebook. Twitter all that good stuff that stores wail t spring store semi bio links mobile and. I got a website coming soon. The knowing place dot net so look for that and have a blog on and just links to all the podcast episodes and whatnot. Really just want to show my face tonight. Say hello send you my love. If there's something. I can do for you if.

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"10.2" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"10.2" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Than 1% for the fourth straight day and is headed for the best week since April. So here's where we ended as MP up 66 points today. Up 1.9%. We finished off session highs down, rallied, 542 points up 2% Now stack up 300 again of 2.6%. Tenure down to 30 seconds. 10 year Yield 100.77% gold up 2.5% 1950 The ounce and West Texas intermediate crude down 1.6% 38 51 Barrel Fed Chair J. J. Powell is stressing that the economy needs more fiscal and monetary policy support. Is also warning that mounting Corona virus infection rates are also a risk. Since the beginning of the pandemic, we have taken forceful actions to provide relief instability. To ensure that the recovery will be a strong as possible until limit lasting damage to the economy. Today, my colleagues on the Federal Open Market Committee and I reaffirmed our commitment to support the economy in this challenging time. And the Fed did keep the federal funds target rate and a range of 2.25% where it has been since March and maintain bond purchases of $120 billion a month. Just getting latest numbers out of booking dot com. Third quarter revenue 2.64 billion estimates there. 2.54 billion Haynes Brand shares plunged after the company reported over review of its businesses. Haynes brand shares lower today by 10.2% Charlie Pellet. Bloomberg Radio. Nobody move. Bloomberg BusinessWeek movers and shakers. You got to move on Bloomberg Radio. All right, Everybody take a look at some of the movers and shakers. Take a look at that market action on this Thursday. I'm killed master along with Liberty's process reporter Sarah Ponza. Sorry. Let me just do big picture here s and P 500 man. We were all in risk on trade here as we continue to.

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"10.2" Discussed on Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"10.2" Discussed on Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

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"10.2" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"10.2" Discussed on WTVN

"If you're a bargain hunter, you're gonna love this month course Amazon prime days coming in about two weeks. We know Wal Mart and target now set to hold their own special sales target is announced Deal days. Also October 13th and 14th WalMart holding a big save online event. It runs October 11th through the 15th. Amazon had to delay Prime Day because of the pandemic, But now they say they're ready and other big retailers air piling on, so that should be Pretty good stuff Besides fresh towels and a mint on your pillow, all guests who checked into a room mate Hotel will also now get a freak over 19 test. Yeah, they say by the end of the month, Spanish based hotel chain Is going to require all guests to take a rapid corona virus test. They say results will be back to you. In 15 minutes of guests are staying longer periods of time, They'll have to retest every 3 to 5 days. Still free of charge deal pretty good Roommate. Employees also have to undergo testing every five days. Company plans to expand the program to US hotels by the end of next month. So if you're a frequent hotel stare and you want to be safe, you may want to consider 8 30. It is beautiful sunshine in the city that's update traffic and weather together and we start off with Johnny Hill. Freeway. Delays are still fairly light, especially into and through downtown. But a couple of actions need to be aware of Alum Creek and roar that's north of London Grow Ford north of Rickenbacker. Looks like a medic's still on scene there, and an accident reported on 104 near dire roads south of Frank to be careful if you don't take one before up from the Grove City again, the freeway's still running up to speed all the way around town traffic sponsored by fresh time market. It's no surprise healthy living begins with what we eat. Stop by fresh time market for fresh Atlantic salmon filets 5 £99 now through October, 6th. You can trust fresh thyme to bring you really food, a real affordable prices, Traffic and weather together, Powered by temp star and head or heating and cooling on Johnny Hill. The news radio 6 10, Double six first warning weather start with sunshine Today We'll see clouds by afternoon. Breezy high of 62. Partly cloudy for the overnight hours. We're gonna drop all the way to 43 we settle into Friday, Saturday and Sunday would be nice to get to the weekend, right? Yeah, well, outdoor stuff..

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"10.2" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"10.2" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Being the case. . Apple's most popular ipad Aka the least expensive one was updated to it's eight iterating on Tuesday. . Running through the hardware ipad is powered by twelve bionic that brings the neural engine to the entry ipad for the first time according to the company. . got a forty percent faster CPU than the IPAD I bought last year. . Go me. . Man Twice, , the graphics capability yesterday me. . Apple says all that makes the entry level ipad up to two times faster than the top selling windows laptop up to three times faster than the top selling android tablet and up to six times faster than the top selling chromebook. . Now if you're not looking to save or if you're looking for a splash of color, , apple introduced a new IPAD air on Tuesday. . Or a few of them if you count the multiple finishes available. . Hardware I apple says IPAD air features all screen design with the larger ten point nine inch liquid retina display a new integrated touch ID sensor in the top button. . A seven megapixel front facing facetime HD camera twelve megapixel rear camera same as an IPAD pro for higher resolution photos and four K. video capture. . Stereo speakers in landscape mode for wider stereo sound while watching video a USB port for fast data transfer Wifi six capability and sixty percent faster Lt. . inactivity. . All of that is powered by the a fourteen bionic for what apple calls a massive boost in performance. . Employing five nanometer processor technology apple says, , the fourteen biotic is packed with one point, , eight billion transistors for increased performance and power efficiency featuring a new six core design for a forty percent boost and CPU performance a new four core graphics architecture for a thirty percent improvement in graphics a new sixteen core neural engine that is twice as fast and capable of performing up to eleven trillion operations per second. . And second generation machine learning accelerators in the CPU. . Pretend Times faster machine learning calculations. . If the hardware is not enough to get you to go higher than the Gen ipad maybe that. . Plus. . Your choice of

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"10.2" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"10.2" Discussed on WTVN

"A chance of storms, whether powered by the basement doctor. It's 83 in Circleville 82. Degrees at your severe weather station news radio 6 10 W. TV and Governor Mike DeWine wants thie strong Ohio bill passed, and he says this will save the lives of hundreds of young innocent victims. After a major spike in gun violence all around the state. We have legislation that is pending in the General Assembly that works on this, it will matter. It will make a big difference. Our bill will get tougher on those who've committed a crime with a gun People who have no, absolutely no right to have a gun. You'll get tougher on those found carrying a weapon if they're legally prohibited from doing so increase the palace early for knowingly providing a gun to a minor to someone who is legally prohibited from owning Lunch. Governor is asking lawmakers to pass the bill that will also ensure warrants on dangerous wanted offenders are properly saved in law enforcement databases to help officers all around the state arrest those who are wanted for violent crimes before they can hurt someone else. If you're catching a flight in the age of Corona virus, you will have to have a face mask on. But now the Columbus Regional Airport Authority is installing personal protective equipment vending machines at John Gant. In Columbus International as well is that Rickenbacker, those vending machines will contain facemasks hand sanitizer. Those sanitizing wipes, disposable gloves as well as non contact infrared thermometers. You just pay using a credit card or a mobile payment. Meanwhile, the list of states who are under a travel advisory that require a 14 day quarantine before entering Ohio is getting a bit smaller. The health department removed in Texas and Alabama from the list while leaving Florida, Mississippi, Nevada and Idaho. On that list. Weekly jobless claims are up nationwide. Analysts fully expected weekly claims to fall for a second week, or at least to remain below one million. Instead, the Labor Department says 1.1 million more Americans filed for jobless benefits. An increase of 135,000 from the previous week. Still, the unemployment rate for the week ending August 8th was 10.2% a slight drop from the week before. ABC is Damn Ryan in Ohio, the department job and family services reports 21,000 initial jobless claims were filed last week. And state lawmakers are being encouraged to pass a new measure to keep Ohio's nuclear power plants open in the aftermath of the scandal surrounding House Bill Six. Former Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder is accused of taking bribes to push that nuclear bailout bill through last year. Radio 6 10 W. TV END Sport jackets today, leaving the Toronto bubble and returning to Columbus after being eliminated from the playoffs, falling in overtime to Tampa Bay in Game five and losing the Siri's for one. It was the season That's all the jackets make the post season for a franchise record, forthright year, But don't tell that to coach John Tortorella. I'm not going to get into the touchy feely stuff and the moral victories and all that. You guys be safe while the jacket season ends. The cruise season resumes the crew back to regular season play at home against Chicago tonight on the baseball schedule. Red's Open a Siri's in ST Louis. The Indians wrap up a serious going for a sweep in Pittsburgh, Matt McCoy to use radio 6 10 w TVs and the Cincinnati Reds have suspended broadcaster Thom Brennaman after he used a homophobe slur during a live broadcast on Wednesday, a hot mic picked up the comment that was made right after a commercial break. Sentiment later apologize. They snooze, a service of a Legacy Retirement group. I'm Alison Wyatt. Right now Switch your family that T Mobile and get four lines for $25 align with auto pay and five access included on America's largest five network, so don't wait, get unlimited and nationwide by G access for the whole family for just.

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"10.2" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"10.2" Discussed on KTOK

"Sing at $41.22 a barrel. Larry Kowski Bloomberg Radio Radio 1080. Okay Am K x x Y. FM, 96.18 to Oklahoma City. Oklahoma City police looking for Ah, Homicide suspect I'm Beth Myers in the news Radio 1000 Katie. Okay. New center. There was a fatal shooting overnight in southwest Oklahoma City. The shooter was a pedestrian. Here's Margot Murano police. A 19 year old Abraham Rodriguez and a friend were driving in the area of Southwest 2030 Miller when they exchanged words with a pedestrian A pedestrian opened fire on their vehicle and Rodriguez was hit. Rodriguez and his friend managed to drive to a relative's house nearby for help. Rodriguez died at the scene, and a man was shot and wounded last night outside a campus corner bar in Norman Norman Mailer Bria Clark tweeted today that she witnessed the shooting and she waited for police to arrive. Four suspects fled the scene. Police stopped their vehicle. A few minutes later. They were taken into custody. Three have now been released, and one has been arrested. The US added 1.8 million jobs last month, according to figures today from the US Labor Department. Here's Michael Kastner. The unemployment rate for July fell nearly one full point to 10.2% Jobs total is a little higher than analysts had forecast. But it's well below The 4.8 million the economy added in June, Even with three straight months, a seven figure job creation the nation has 12.9 million fewer jobs and before the Corona virus pandemic hit. It's now up to President Trump to provide any corona virus relief. His advisers are recommending that he bypassed Congress and issue his own executive orders. Both sides tried again today to reach a deal on a stimulus bill, but they remain deeply divided. The US Postal Service is reporting a massive financial downturn in the last few months. It lost over $2 billion from April to June. As Corona virus concerns worsened. Postmaster General Lewis to Joy pointed to declines and mail volume A broken business model. And he says an inadequate management strategy before the pandemic. The Postal Service lost over four billion for the quarter ending in March. State representative Jason Low of Oklahoma City today announced a coalition of community groups that will be providing support toe Oklahomans facing eviction. Now that the federal eviction moratorium has expired. The goal is to educate the community that yes, they have options there, not in this fight alone. There's people out there that are supporting them..

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"10.2" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"10.2" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Money. The negotiations teetering on the brink CE brink of collapse today is an informal deadline to reach the broad outlines of an agreement with deadlocks on aid to states and local governments and renewing supplemental unemployment benefits blocking the way I wasn't surprised. That's how one analyst describes the employment report. Close to two million jobs added last month. The unemployment rate falling to 10.2% economy has recovered about half of the 22 million jobs that lost of the pandemic induced recession. According to the Labor Department's new jobs report. The unemployment rate fell last month from 11.1% to 10.2%. Though, still exceeds the highest rate during the 8 4009 great recession. In July Manufacturing at 26,000 jobs, restaurants, hotels and entertainment venues, gained 592,000 and retail added 258,000 jobs. Bernie Bennett in Washington. Also a townhall dot com Longtime Republican presidential advisor Brent Scowcroft has died. Scowcroft was the only person to serve as national security advisor in two different administrations. After retiring from the Air Force in the mid 19 seventies, he served President Gerald Ford. He also advised President George H. W. Bush from 1989 to 1993. During those two administrations, Scowcroft dealt with several noteworthy events, including the collapse of communism in Europe. And Saddam Hussein Sze invasion of Kuwait. Scowcroft died of natural causes. He was 95. Greg Clugston Washington, and it looks like a mixed closing on Wall Street. The Dow ahead 47 points. But the NASDAQ Was down 97 today. Morley stories at townhall dot com. This summer turned your yard into the perfect getaway. Whether it's a lawn spruce up a fresh coat of paint or a s'mores worthy patio upgrade home advisor has the best landscapers, painters, handymen and more to get the job done right.

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