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"AP sports I'm David Shuster this year's first major golf tournament is turning into one long day after another and our gram agar's updates us on the masters. The weather has been the big winner for the second consecutive day at the masters with persistent brain forcing the cancellation of the third round after the leaders have played just 6 holes with water pulling on the fairways and greens. Players were caught in and now face a marathon final day to wrap up the tournament when play was stopped, Brooks Koepka was at 13 under for clear of the Spaniard John ram and 7 ahead of the U.S. amateur champion Sam Bennett. Turning to baseball, the mets got a home run from Pete Alonso beating Miami 5 to two in Alonzo loves this mets lineup. I think it's extremely difficult because not just one guy can do the job so it's one through 9. We grind pictures down and it's we make it we make their job as tough as possible. Other national league winners, Philadelphia, St. Louis, Arizona and Washington over in the American League, Tampa Bay now ain't no after downing Oakland 11 nothing while Rafael Devers had two home runs in 5 RBIs, Boston clobbering Detroit 14 5, Minnesota Seattle and the Yankees winning their games, turning to hockey, Dallas edge Detroit two to one with winning goaltender Jay gottinger saying this was a quality victory. It seems that our seasons are pretty much over and those games are hard too, but team as good as Vegas. They're at the top of the box for a reason so I'll move on to the show we can play with them and beat them and it's just a tight fun task. Elsewhere, Connor McDavid had two goals and an assist as Edmonton down San Jose 6 to one McDavid now with 64 goals and 151 points on the season and speaking of points, Sidney Crosby now has 1500 career points following Pittsburgh's 5 one victory over Detroit. NBA winner Saturday, Utah, Minnesota and the clippers. I'm David Shuster, AP sports.
"151 points" Discussed on 790 KABC
"From getting the vaccination. So there is there's a lot of unknowns here, and hopefully the president will get more specific. It's a red eye radio Dan Madison for Eric and Gary. Here's Your National Forecast. Tropical Storm Mindy has moved through Florida and now off the U. S East Coast. Much of the rain yesterday limited to the I 95 Corridor has moved offshore from New York to Boston, though things will still be rainy at least through this morning, but then clearing later in the day filtering in behind that front that moved through yesterday along the East Coast are cooler temperatures. Indianapolis Today at 81. Atlanta will see 84 mid eighties to low nineties for Florida eighties and mid seventies from the mid Atlantic to the Northeast. It's a different story west of the Mississippi as temperatures climb again in the West Dallas and the lower to mid nineties Kansas City around 100 degree Mark. Above 100 for the desert Southwest Denver could top out at 100 Look for rain today from southern Washington in through central Oregon and Northern California. Aiding in suppressing wildfire. There's a look at your national forecast from red Eye radio. I'm meteorologist John Trout. Stay. Am 7 90, ABC. Okay, ABC news at 10 30. I'm Sharon Reardon. Here's what's happening. President Biden will make a stop in Long Beach Monday for Governor Newsom. The recall election is Tuesday. Biden is the last in a string of big name Democrats who have come here to help Newsome try and beat the recall election. Meanwhile, the LAPD is investigating an attack in Venice yesterday involving a group of homeless people against Larry Elder and his team who had made a campaign stop. Their eggs were thrown at Larry and a woman wearing a gorilla mask started shouting obscenities and smacking his security detail and a copy of the comic book where Spider Man first appears, is swinging into history. Matt Manson explains. The New York Times reports a copy of Amazing fantasy number 15 from 1962 sold for $3.6 million at all. Auction. It's now believed to be the most expensive comic book ever sold throughout the 10 page story. Uncle Ben tells Peter Parker that with great power, there must also come. Great responsibility. I'm Matt Matt Johnson, K ABC Sports USC takes on Stanford this Saturday. You can hear that game live right here on 7 90 K ABC pregame coverage begins at 5 30. And that's sports on the home of the U. S. C. Trojans. The markets closed in the red Today the Dow lost 151 points. NASDAQ dropped by 38, the S and P 500 lost 20 K ABC SoCal weather clear skies this evening some clouds and fog along the coast after midnight lows in the sixties. Partially cloudy to start our day tomorrow than sunny and hot highs up to the low eighties at the beaches, nineties and triple digits for the inland in Valley areas currently 75 degrees in La Habra 76 in La Kenyatta, and it's 70 degrees in Los Angeles. Your drive home just got more profitable. It's a new Frank, mo Tech on money news Business and Frank, Mo Tech weekdays at six after Leo two point alive at five Right here on 7 90 K ABC traffic is next. K ABC dependable traffic Right now, in Lakeview, terrorists on the Foothill Freeway to 10 westbound wetland. There's a crash in the left lane. It's.
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"151 points" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Follow his lead and called on large entertainment venues to require vaccinations or testing proof. The president also warned elected officials who are blocking vaccine and masking guidance to stop undermining people's health. White House correspondent Greg Clugston those warnings TROUBLE Heritage Foundation senior fellow Doug Badger Because he tells Salem Radio News by and large, it's young people who are resisting being vaccinated People aged 18 to 24 only 48% of vaccinated 25 to 39. Only 52% are vaccinated. They're now getting infected at three times the rate. As people 65 older Los Angeles Board of Education has voted to require students 12 and older to be vaccinated against the coronavirus to attend in person classes in the nation's second largest school district. A former Venezuelan spymaster is arrested in Spain on US drug charges. Police in Spain have arrested General Hugo Carvajal, a former Venezuelan spy master wanted on narcotics charges in the United States. The arrest in Madrid came nearly two years after Spain's high court issued an extradition order and Carvajal disappeared. Carvajal faces narcotics charges in New York and Florida over alleged ties to Colombian rebels known to control cocaine smuggling routes. Carvajal has denied any wrongdoing. I might grow Garcia on Wall Street. The Dow down by 151 points, the NASDAQ dropped 38 the S and P lower by 20. More on these stories at town hall dot com. Right now. People are home with their pet more often, and I think, especially with the shedding their more cognizant of what's going on in that it's an actual issue. All of God, some skin issues you get really going and scratch and.
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"Variant, frustrated that some 80 million Americans have yet to get their shots. The president announced new wide reaching vaccine requirements for both federal and private workers. He urged governors and schools to follow his lead and called on large entertainment venues to require vaccinations or testing proof. The president also warned elected officials who are blocking vaccine and masking guidance. To stop undermining People's health. White House correspondent Craig Clugston those warnings Trouble Heritage Foundation senior fellow Doug Badger because he tells Salem Radio News by and large, it's young people who are resisting being vaccinated people aged 18 to 24 only 48% of vaccinated 25 to 39 only 52% are vaccinated. They're now getting infected at three times the rate. As people 65 older, the Los Angeles Board of Education has voted to require students 12 and older to be vaccinated against the coronavirus to attend in person classes in the nation's second largest school district. A former Venezuelan spymaster is arrested in Spain on US drug charges. Police in Spain have arrested General Hugo Carvajal, a former Venezuelan spy master wanted on narcotics charges in the United States. The arrest in Madrid came nearly two years after Spain's high court issued an extradition order and Carvajal disappeared. Carvajal faces narcotics charges in New York and Florida over alleged ties to Colombian rebels known to control cocaine smuggling routes. Carvajal has denied any wrongdoing. I might grow Garcia on Wall Street. The Dow down by 151 points, the NASDAQ dropped 38 the S and P lower by 20. More on these stories at town hall.
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"Schools and workplaces can take the stem the spread of the virus with an estimated 80 million Americans still not vaccinated. President Biden is planning withdraw his nominee to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. As NPR's Ryan Lucas explains David Chipman, his face pushback from gun rights groups as well as lawmakers on both sides of the aisle. President Biden nominated David Chipman this spring to lead the CF, which is the main federal agency responsible for enforcing the nation's gun laws. Gun control advocacy groups lauded the pick pointing to chip means nearly 25 year career as an ATF agent and his later work as a prominent gun control advocate. But gun rights groups like the National Rifle Association fiercely opposed Shipman's nomination and tried to paint him as a radical. Shipments past the confirmation in an evenly divided Senate was exceedingly narrow, particularly after Republican senators came out united against him. That meant Chipman needed every Democratic senators vote to get confirmed, and ultimately, he was unable to convince a few Democrats that he's the right man for the job. Brian Lucas. NPR NEWS Washington The number of people filing first time jobless claims took a dip last week falling to 310,000. That's a pandemic low, and it's just the latest sign that a spike up and covid cases in some parts of the country has not yet led to widespread layoffs. Stocks lost ground on Wall Street. Today, the Dow dropped 151 points to 34,000 and 79. The NASDAQ was down 38 points. You're listening to NPR. The nation's airlines will work to reduce some missions by 20% by 2030. That's as they face pressure to lower their carbon footprint there. Also promising to use more sustainable aviation fuel. The Bush is part of President Biden's target of making the U. S. Net carbon neutral by 2050. The White House announcement comes as the U. S and Europe are trying to boost production of sustainable fuels, which are made from feedstocks, such as used cooking oil or animal fat. And are currently only made in small amounts. They can be 2 to 5 times more expensive than standard jet fuel. The Toronto International Film Festival has kicked off in his Dan Carpenter Chuck reports, There is some return to normalcy despite 1/4 wave of the coronavirus pandemic. This year, there are more in person screenings as most theatres reopened across Ontario with capacity limits of up to 1000 people. Fans are asked to wear masks and show proof of full vaccination or a negative covid tests before entering one of the venues. There will also be drive ins, outdoor screenings and digital events, and the festival will also offer digital screenings for the public to rent and view online. The number of red carpet events will be fewer, but some celebrities are expected, including Jessica Chastain, Benedict Cumberbatch, Keira Knightley and Sigourney Weaver. Fans, however, are being encouraged to not flocked to the downtown for celebrity spotting because of Covid 19 for NPR News. I'm Dan Carpenter Chuck in Toronto Crude oil futures prices dropped 1.7% today that was a maid word. China plans to release state oil reserves to reduce pressure on its domestic refineries. Smaller than expected drawdown in U. S. Crude oil stockpiles also helped push prices lower in New York. I'm Jack Spera NPR news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Robert Wood Johnson.
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"151 points" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"Deal with the country's surging cases of COVID-19 White House correspondent Greg clarkston reports With coronavirus hospitalizations and deaths higher now than they were a year ago the president says new vaccine mandates are necessary We're in the tough stretch and it could last for a while He's ordering all federal workers and contractors to be vaccinated and mandating all private employers with more than 100 workers to require them to be vaccinated or attested weekly the president also announced the federal government will work to increase the supply of COVID tests Greg clydesdale Washington Doug badger the heritage foundation tells Salem radio news one thing President Biden needs to do his aim is rhetoric at the people who statistics show are the ones who are not being vaccinated Young people Changing his tone and his target to send those messages to them Might be more effective than what he's done The Justice Department on Thursday sued Texas over a new state law that bans most abortions arguing that it was enacted and open defiance of the constitution Texas right to life spokesperson Kimberly Schwartz tells Salem radio news the pro life movement expected this action by the Biden administration He's trying to do anything that he can to stop this Texas law I think that pretty quickly he's going to find that the Department of Justice does not have jurisdiction to stop this but of course they're going to try to do anything that they can to stop the advances that we've made in Texas Schwartz says the Biden administration filed the lawsuit in a friendly court in Texas with an activist judge On Wall Street the Dow down by 151 points the NASDAQ dropped 38 the S&P lower by 20 oil down to 68 14 a barrel More a town hall dot com Philadelphia's a.m. 9 90 the answer will see clear skies for tonight with.
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"Positive case per 5000 fully vaccinated Americans per day. You're as safe as possible, and we're doing everything we can And to keep it that way. The president also says he's expanding the monoclonal antibody treatments and shipping more vaccines overseas. And he urges all Americans who are not vaccinated. Get vaccinated, saying it's free. It's safe and effective. The White House. Also today, announcing the president's schedule for his trip to California in a couple three days. The president will arrive Monday start his visit in Sacramento. We'll take a look at the wildfire damage Biden then we'll be in Long Beach to campaign with the Governor Newsom against the recall effort. The election is Tuesday when he leaves Long Beach will be on his way to Denver, Colorado. The Department of Justice has announced. It is suing the state of Texas today over that new abortion law, U. S Attorney General Merrick Garland said the law is clearly unconstitutional, he says, under longstanding U. S. Supreme Court precedent. The high court recently declined to block the implementation of the Texas law, which bans abortions after just six weeks of pregnancy. Police in New York City's say there is an elevated threatening environment of the area is the 20th anniversary of 9 11 approaches on Saturday, NYPD s chief of counterterrorism bureau says the Kabul airport bombing last month is just one of the reasons authorities are stepping up resources in New York for this weekend. New York Mayor Bill de Blasio says there are specific threats to the city, but they're taking necessary precautions. In an interview with the head of Afghanistan's Tollo news agency, Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Discussing the U. S withdrawal from Afghanistan. Blinken says he had no involvement at Afghan president fleeing the country as the Taliban started taking over. What he told me in that conversation the night before he fled is that as he put it, he was prepared to fight to the death. In less than 24 hours. He left Afghanistan so no, I certainly didn't know about it, and we certainly did nothing to, uh facilitated more than 123,000. Americans and Afghan allies were evacuated In those final days before the U. S. Troops withdrew their still believed to be at least 100. Americans are so still in Afghanistan who want to leave. And if you're looking for a job, you might try calling UPS United Personal service planning to boost his workforce ahead of the holiday season shipping companies, saying today it will bring on some 100,000 workers to prepare for the increased package volume that is expected between October and January. The company is looking to hire both full time and part time employees. On Wall Street. The Dow was down 151 points today. Let's check the traffic.
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"151 points" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"In a message to the nation today President Biden announced sweeping new federal vaccine requirements affecting as many as a 100 million Americans in an all out effort to increase COVID-19 vaccinations and curb the surging delta variant He also came down hard on those who refused to get the vaccine He says the 75% of Americans who've been vaccinated are growing more frustrated with those who refuse to get the shot At 25% can cause a lot of damage than they are The unvaccinated overcrowd our hospitals are overrunning the emergency rooms and intensive care units Leaving no room for someone with a heart attack or pancreatitis or cancer That attitude bothered Doug badger senior fellow at the heritage foundation He tells Salem radio news while there's much to law in the president's address There was a harsh attitude there Some of the divisive tone where he talks about a distinct minority of Americans and a distinct minority of politicians making people sick and causing people to die Stopping people from returning to normal life I don't think that's the most helpful or constructive way to unite people And our response to the pandemic The Biden Justice Department has filed a lawsuit against the Texas heartbeat law Kimberly and Schwartz of Texas right to life predicts a very hard battle ahead for the law The plaintiff in the case the Department of Justice of course picked a court that was very friendly to their cause And so you're going to have an activist judge who is going to preside over this case So we're going to have to fight On Wall Street the down by a 151 points the NASDAQ dropped 38 the S&P 500 lower by 20 More on these stories at town hall dot com Philadelphia's a.m. 9 90 the answer will see clear skies for tonight with.
"151 points" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Flavor offer valid at participating locations. President Biden introduced a plan today to up vaccinations and tackle the delta variant. The new rules include a mandate for all employers with more than 100 workers to require them to be vaccinated or test weekly for Covid 19. The president also announced the T S A will double find on travelers that refused to mask show some respect. The anger you see on television toward flight attendants and others doing their job is wrong. It's ugly. The PSA is increasing the penalty for people who violate the federal mass mandate on planes, trains and other forms of transportation. First time offenders will face a potential find a 500 to $1000 and second offenders could face fines ranging from 1000 to 3000 Fine currently start at 2 50. The new finds take effect on Friday It took two tries, but the House has voted to accept Governor Pritzker's changes to the state's ethics reform legislation. Supporters say it's a step in the right direction and more work will be done. Representative Avery born says they needed to get it right the first time. I know that you all probably are going to stand with your governor and stand with this week and watered down ethics bill so that you can tell your voters back home. You did something about ethics when you didn't but please look at it. Look at it. This is weak. The measure prohibits legislators from immediately going to work as a lobbyist when they leave office and prevents lawmakers resigning on the first from getting paid for the full month. Among other things, when it comes to hospitalizations for Covid across Illinois, most of the states regions are seeing an uptick. Only two regions are steady or on the decline. The state reporting today over 2300 in Illinois or hospitalized with Covid 19. There's also 4741 new cases in 22 additional death. The state positivity rate is 5.1% daily cases in Chicago are still hovering above 400 nearly 3000 CPS students are isolating after covid exposure. CPS reports There are currently at least 160 confirmed Covid 19 cases District wide, including 89 students and 71 staff. With nearly 3000 people now in isolation. As a result, the news comes less than two weeks since the first day back at school, and just a couple of days after the district called on unvaccinated students who traveled out of state over the holiday to quarantine for 7 to 10 days, the district left it up to parents to voluntarily self report any travel lane tech, Chicago's largest high school, has the most students in isolation. Lauren Cone 8 90, WLS news mayor, Life of Celebrating the end of the O'Hare might Organization plan today. The 16 years $6 billion project untangled the airport runways. The project mostly involved extending existing runways and building four new ones to run side by side. The changes has led to a 64% reduction in flight delays. WLS news Time is 6 34. Taking a look at traffic right now on the tri state tollway. We have an overturned vehicle. The right lane is black. Northbound at two way Traffic is salad from the Jane Adams Tollway. That rollover is on fire. So be careful in that area on the Jane Adams told me. The exit ramp is closed due to a disabled vehicle eastbound the U. S. 20 on the Eisenhower traffic is stop and go outbound between Racine and displaying the avenue 22 minute delays. On the Edens. You're backed up inbound between two and Montrose. Next traffic update in 15 minutes on Wall Street Today, the Dow closed down 151 points. NASDAQ Down 38, the S and P. 500 down 20 points Get news on the hour and a half and when it breaks continuous coverage of wls am dot com I'm Kim.
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"151 points" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"Armaments affecting as many as 100 million Americans White House correspondent Greg plugin reports Rolling out a new strategy to combat the coronavirus pandemic the president did not hide his frustration with the 80 million eligible Americans who have not yet been vaccinated We've been patient but our patients is wearing thin and he refusal has cost all of us In addition to mandating vaccinations for federal workers and contractors the president's plan will require businesses with 100 or more employees to have their workers vaccinated or tested every week Greg kluxen Washington The Justice Department on Thursday sued Texas over a new state law that bans most abortions arguing that it was enacted in open defiance of the constitution Kimberly Schwartz of Texas right to life tells Salem radio news the media reaction was slow and coming especially since it was debated in the Texas legislature but the onslaught against SB 8 since it was signed into law has been unrelenting All of a sudden like days before it was supposed to take effect and it did take effect That's when the media woke up and realized that we actually had a real strategy here in a real plan to enforce this law when other states have not been able to enforce their heartbeat Texas right to Texas is the first state with the help of Texas right to life of being able to enforce a ban on abortions when the baby's heartbeat is detectable The transportation security administration is increasing the penalty for people who violate the mandate to wear masks on planes trains and other forms of transportation to help stop the spread of COVID-19 First time offenders would face a potential fine of 500 to $1000 On Wall Street the down by a 151 points More on these stories at town hall dot com Philadelphia's a.m. 9 90 the answer will see clear skies for tonight with.
"151 points" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"And John did with Alex from ever clear they're jamming right now at the Miller letter is literally I opened the door to our studio, and they were playing Father of mind when we had father of mind playing on on the radio, so ever clear is jamming right now in the Miller Lite Oasis, Jazzy Jeff is playing right now, Generac and soul. Asylum also Bringing it bringing some heat? Yeah, exact same time. These were 10 o'clock shows in 2000 and two right? It's like I wonder if fans are cool with it. You know what I mean? It's like you're going to go from packing the rock stage and it's going to be loud and nighttime there than outside. All right. Well, that's what they can get at this point over. Is that OK? I totally agree with that. Absolutely all right. For 28 news about your money. Now it's drinking Associates in the WTMJ market Update. US stocks fell today as Wall Street reacted to stronger than expected weekly jobless claims and ongoing concerns about the impact of the covid 19 pandemic. The Dow Jones industrial average drops 151 points, while the S and P 500 index declined. 2.46% and the NASDAQ composite lost 0.25. Jobless claims data were also in focus with new applications for unemployment benefits, falling 35,000 to a new post pandemic low of 310,000. Over the week ending September. 4th and General Motors shares were down around 1% after the carmaker extended to shut down times of several North American plans. Amid the ongoing shortage in global semiconductor supplies and the recall if it's Chevy Bolt battery for drinking Associate Sam Zap quits Financial Advisor News radio WTMJ Wisconsin's afternoon news on Wisconsin's radio station news radio. WTMJ 4 30, I'm Eric Bill said. In for John, Mark your your top story. President Biden announces a new plan to get more people vaccinated. I'm Melissa Bar claim. Milwaukee Sheriff is hoping for another job. Greg Matte sick. What a great day to tour the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Plocica and an accident.
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"Courage. From Mark Levin, weeknights nine to midnight. Stay informed all day every day on news talk 11 30 w, a usn and WR NW HD to Milwaukee and I Heart radio station. Good afternoon. I'm Dave Michaels. It's official. Former Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch is running for the Republican nomination to take on Tony Evers. Next year. He may shut down our schools, He may shut down our economy. He may shut down our churches, but today we begin to shut down Tony Evers. Others have been considering a bid include lobbyist Bilma, Carson. And former U S. Senate candidate Kevin Nicholson. Milwaukee County Sheriff Fornell Lucas announced he plans to run for mayor of Milwaukee. If and when Tom Barrett is confirmed as the new ambassador of Luxembourg, Milwaukee Common Council President Cavalier Johnson will assume the role of acting mayor. The Common Council will then decide the date of a special election. With that person serving out the remainder of Barrett's term. A state patrol pursuit ended in a deadly crash last night near State Fair Park. Here's Fox six is Carl Defenbaugh State Patrol. We're pursuing a 26 year old Milwaukee man on I 94 just before 7 30 last night. The chase ended when the suspect crash near the eastbound I 94 rampant South 70th Street. He died at that scene. The four o'clock business report brought to you by the good feed store. The Dow was down today. 151 points. The NASDAQ fell 24 while the S and P lost 18 checking the sizzle. Health sports scoreboard The NFL regular season kicks off tonight. It's the Buccaneers and Cowboys. The Packers play the Saints on Sunday. From the Orthopedic Associates of Wisconsin. W.
"151 points" Discussed on AP News
"Institution. Has the right to circumvent The Constitution of the United States. The Texas law prevents an abortion after a doctor detects a heartbeat. Usually around six weeks about 200 foreigners, including Americans left Afghanistan on a commercial flight out of Kabul, the first big flight out of the country since the end of the US evacuation. Last week, a federal judge ruled the new anti riot law in Florida is unconstitutional. Governor Rhonda Santa said it was a way to quell violent protest. The judge ruled the law is vague and overbroad and amounted to an assault on First Amendment. Rights of free speech and assembly stocks finished lower The down down 151 points. This is a P news Leading airlines are warning that the spread of the delta variant of the coronavirus is hurting their bookings. American Airlines says a slowdown that started in August has continued into September. United Airline says it will reduce its schedule later this year to match the lower demand. Delta CEO Ed Bastian says the rise in Covid 19 cases will not derail the travel recovery. But it will delay it by as much as four months. He says. The variant has particularly affected business and international travel, which are both critical to the big airlines. Southwest Airlines says Leisure traveled to his weakened with more cancellations and softer bookings for September and October. I'm Rita Foley, Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar says she has been treated for breast cancer. That was detected earlier this year. Global charge tweeted that the cancer was found during a routine mammogram. She eventually had a lumpectomy to remove it. The 61 year old Klobuchar tells ABC's Good Morning America. She completed radiation therapy in May and the check up in August showed she was doing well. Klobuchar says the cancer was stage one a Meaning it had not spread beyond the breast. She said she felt very fortunate to have caught it early after delaying the mammogram because of the coronavirus pandemic. I'm my company..
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"151 points" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Going to find that the Department of Justice does not have jurisdiction to stop this, but of course, they're going to try to do anything they can to stop the advances that we've made in Texas, Schwartz says. The Biden administration filed the lawsuit in a friendly court with an activist judge. President Biden is set to announce sweeping new federal vaccine requirements affecting as many as 100 million Americans in an all out effort to increase covid 19 vaccinations and curb the surging Delta variant. The government's expansive new rules being announced today mandate all employers with more than 100 workers require them to be vaccinated or test for the virus weekly. Affecting about 80 million Americans, But it is also signing an executive order requiring vaccination for all employees of the executive branch and contractors who do business with the federal government. No testing opt out, is expected to be included for the executive branch requirement. A majority of Americans say they agree with Democrats Senator Joe Manchin. The findings coming a new opinion pulled by the bipartisan group, no labels, 60% of respondents say they favor a pause to better understand the impact of trillions of dollars in new spending. Only 40% say the spending is needed now to boost the economy. Originally presented as an infrastructure bill. It now focuses on what supporters have turned Human infrastructure spending aimed at long time Democrat social priorities, such as expanding Medicare and immigration reform by Magna Reporting on Wall Street, the Dow down by 151 points, the NASDAQ dropped 38 more at town hall dot com. Tell me why relief factories so successful in lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question Peten South child, But.
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"Coronavirus Update. I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute Stocks finished lower the Dow down 151 points. President Biden is announcing a mandate that all employers with more than 100 workers require them to be vaccinated or test for the virus weekly affecting about 80 Million Americans and the roughly 17 Million workers at health care facilities that receive federal Medicare or Medicaid also will have to be fully vaccinated. The president is also signing an executive order to require vaccination for employees of the executive branch and contractors who do business with the federal government. This is press secretary Jen Psaki. What the president is announcing, is a series of bold and ambitious steps to address covid to save more lives to protect more people. The reason for the executive order. The reason we're here is because people have not gotten vaccinated 80 million of them. Not because of any other reason this is to curb the surging Delta variant. I'm Ed Donahue. Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar says she has been treated for breast cancer that was detected earlier this year. Global chart tweeted that the cancer was found during a routine mammogram. She eventually had a lumpectomy to remove it, The 61 year old Klobuchar tells ABC is good Morning America. She completed radiation therapy in May and the check up in August showed she was doing well. Klobuchar says the cancer was stage one a Meaning it had not spread beyond the breast. She said she felt very fortunate to have caught it early after delaying the mammogram because of the coronavirus pandemic. I'm my company, Chris Stapleton and Eric Church lead the nominations for the Country Music Association Awards with five each time marches are a letter with the latest Don't Chris Stapleton and Eric Church will face off for entertainer of the year along with Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood and Luke Combs. Morgan Wallen, who was caught on video earlier this year, yelling a racial slur earns an album of the year nomination for his dangerous the double album. The CMA had earlier said Wallen would be disqualified for individual awards, but his music was eligible..
"151 points" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"White House Secretary Press secretary Jen Psaki said this afternoon. The White House intends to lead by good example. Federal workforce is one of the largest in the country, and we would like to be a model to what we think other businesses and organizations should do around the country President is expected to address the nation on his six point plan shortly, You'll hear it here on KFBK. By the way Yosemite National Park, ending its day use reservation system at the end of this month. Park officials say the temporary system would only be in place through September 30th or until local public health conditions approved and Wall Street closing. With all three major indexes in the red as the Dow lost ground for the fourth straight day, investors are cautious as they try to perceive what happens next with the Delta variant that our reserve and the economic reopening at the closing bell Dow losing one 151 points to 34 8 79 S and P 500 dropping 20 points to 44 93. The NASDAQ fell by 38 points to 15 to 48. Traffic and weather together. Brought to you by Bonnie Plumbing, heating and air on our roadways. Westbound 50 Folsom Boulevard. Just getting reports of a couch cushion and the number three lane. It's probably a quite very cushy couch cushion. What about 50? Full symbol of our Because the look at Elkhorn Boulevard Tech can't tell away minor injury collision Working there Westbound Camp City. You got some slow traffic as it makes its way. Toward midtown, starting around Arden, and by the time we get to the river, you're going to break free. Also North 99 trying to get to midtown, the heavy and that starts just after fruit Bridge..
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"C. Bloomberg 99 12, Boston Bloomberg one. Oh, 61, San Francisco Bloomberg 9 16 to the country Sirius XM Channel 1 19 Around the Globe, The Bloomberg business out and Bloomberg radio dot com. This is Bloomberg Markets. All right. We got a lot to cover today. There is a lot going on. I'm following very closely. What's happening in Geneva? By the way, Presidents Biden and Putin going for four or five hour marathon meeting, I guess. The idea is to see who can last the longest without falling asleep. Um Your your guess is as good as mine. I'm sure Paul. In any case, we're also watching Obviously, the Fed very closely waiting to see if they say anything. About inflation take at all hawkish Turn right now. Increasingly, it looks like Inflation is wider spread and a little bit stronger than maybe the Fed had anticipated by the way. David Kudla joins us. Later, the CEO and chief investment officer, chief investment strategist Maine State capital management, Really looking forward to that conversation right now, let's get over to John Tucker. You get your Bloomberg business Flash 18 right, man. Yeah, as you can imagine pretty much on hold until the Sampson of the major temperatures mixed, too little change Federal Open Market Committee all but certain to hold interest rates near zero at the conclusion of the two day policy meeting today. The panel is going to release a statement. Quarterly economic forecasts at two p.m.. Wall Street time chair Jay Powell is going to hold a press conference 30 minutes later over at PGA, the portfolio manager there, Michael Collins is don't expect a lot of movement in rates. Any time soon. Peak rates maybe around 1 75 for for this cycle, I think the markets are finally realizing that and sniffing out the idea that you know this growth and this inflation is somewhat transitory. Record lumber prices could be splintering. The housing market housing starts registering a pretty much lackluster come back and made from the prior month. Sharp decline. Demand for building permits also faltered. Right now. Six of the 11 industry groups in the S and P 500 are higher. And healthcare Information tech leading the way the S and P 500 pretty much unchanged down. Just a point. Right now. 40 to 45. The NASDAQ 151 points higher that support tense at 14,000 and 81. The Dow Jones industrial average is down 47 points that's down 1/10 of a percent right now at 34,251. 10 year yield holding steady at 1 48 and we check the markets for you every 15 minutes during the.
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"Rich Thomason, Israeli Prime Minister. Netanyahu is warning Hamas against further rocket attacks, saying if Hamas thinks we will tolerate a drizzle of rockets, it is wrong. The prime minister's remarks come in the early hours of a truce between Israel and Hamas. The BBC's Laura Trevelyan in Jerusalem two A.m. local that ceasefire came into force. So for the first time in 11 days Instead of sirens in the morning in southern Israel is mass fired rockets instead of the sound of air strikes in the Gaza Strip. It was quiet. There were celebrations in the Gaza Strip. In fact, People are watching anxiously to see if this cease fire does hold. There have been scattered clashes between Palestinian protesters and Israeli police at the Al Aqsa Mosque compound in Jerusalem. President Biden welcoming the ceasefire, the president think Israel's prime minister for winding down his military offensive and thank Egypt and other parties in the Mideast for their diplomatic efforts. I believe the Palestinians and Israelis Equally deserved to live safely and securely. Mr Biden said the U. S. Was committed to helping Israel replenish its supply of interceptor missiles for its iron dome protection system and to working with the Palestinian Authority, not Hamas to provide humanitarian aid to Gaza. Red Clugston Washington. Negotiations between the White House and Republican senators over the president's $2.3 Trillion infrastructure plan continue more talk schedule today. President Biden is taking heat from both the right and the left over his decision to give the go ahead or completion of a Russian pipeline through Europe while killing the Keystone pipeline project and thousands of high paying union jobs. Here in the U. S. On Wall Street. Dow Futures are up 151 points. NASDAQ futures ahead. 14 S and P futures four points higher More on the story is a town hall dot com. Tell me why Relief act was so successful in lowering or eliminating pain. I'm often asked that question Peters have child..