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"24 cent" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:56 min | 2 months ago

"24 cent" Discussed on WTOP

"Where you are some areas are heavy than others particularly around the beltway around the west side of the beltway We're seeing a nice moderate rainfall 42 in chantilly 47 in pen quarter and 46° in Colombia Three 41 on WTO in other news this afternoon Israel says its military intercepted a rocket fired from the Gaza Strip into Israeli territory today It was the first time in months a rocket has been fired into Israel from the blockaded Palestinian territory controlled by the Hamas militant group earlier today Israeli troops shot and wounded two Palestinians during clashes that broke out during an arrest raid in the occupied West Bank Israeli–Palestinian tensions of sword following clashes at a Jerusalem holy site and a wave of attacks in military raids In other news the average price of gas in this country has fallen about 24 cents in the last 5 weeks but it is still really high So the Biden administration continues looking at ways to tamp down those prices at least one method is drawing controversy As the Russian invasion causes instability in the global energy market President Biden wants to ramp up domestic oil production He is already Tapping the nation's strategic petroleum reserve to help slash gas prices And now the administration plans to resume selling leases for new oil and gas drilling On 144,000 acres of public lands in 9 states even though mister Biden made this promise on the campaign trail No more drilling on federal lands period period period period The department of interior called the decision to open up more federal land for drilling a balanced approach to energy development But climate groups are furious One group says while the Biden administration talks a good talk on climate action the reality is they are in bed with the oil and gas.

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"24 cent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 3 months ago

"24 cent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg radio Now a global news update Peace talks between Russia and Ukraine could be in the works of Ukrainian negotiators as draft peace treaty documents could set the stage for direct talks between presidents Putin and zelensky there are reports the two could meet in turkey sometime in the near future to discuss an end to the war Will Smith's career is already reportedly taking a hit after he slapped Chris Rock at the Oscar Sunday The Hollywood Reporter says a couple of smith's upcoming projects have been moved to the back burner by Netflix and Sony This includes production on fast and loose and bad boys four There's no word on if smith's actions will impact his upcoming movie Emancipation which is set to come out later this year on Apple TV plus Yesterday Smith announced his resignation from the academy of motion pictures arts and sciences Gas prices are on a slight decline triple-A reports the nationwide average for a regular gallon of gas is $4 and 20 cents That's down from the average a week ago of $4 and 24 cents However to start increase from gas prices last year this time in 2021 the nationwide average was two 87 California has the highest average costing 5 86 a gallon fuel prices of skyrocketed since Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine in late February The investigation into the death of 14 year old tyrese Sampson who fell from the freefall thrill ride in Orlando last week was updated Friday by Florida agriculture commissioner Nikki freed whose agency is leading the investigation To reassure tyrese family Friends and all those impacted by this tragedy that we are fully committed to finding out what happened so we can better prevent such tragedies from happening in the.

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"24 cent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:52 min | 3 months ago

"24 cent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of high profile Trump endorsements on the line The three assembled a panel with Jeannie Chandra Bloomberg politics contributor easy for me to say in John city ladies as with us as well On the fastest hour in politics thanks to both of you for being here Jeannie These rallies kind of a carnival type of atmosphere are fun to cover Sometimes dangerous to cover depending on who you work for but can they actually have an impact on this race because it looks like the candidates that Donald Trump has endorsed could be in some trouble Joe Matthew I don't know what it says about us that we think they're fun to watch and to cover This is going to be a revenge rally This is what it has been for Donald Trump There's no race he has been more invested in than the Wyoming race with Liz Cheney and this race with Brian Kemp and Georgia of course he's got 6 candidates and you talked about several of them with Mark And you know this is a race that he really can't afford to lose but if you look at what is happening on the other side meeting the more moderate Republicans it's a race they really hope he will lose and we know that because the RGA just put up another commercial They seldom get involved in primaries but this is their second commercial in support of Brian Kemp which speaks with primary speaks volumes They want Trump to lose They want him to win and they want candidates to be free of the shackles of Donald Trump so they can pick up more seats in Congress and across the country which they feel he's going to cross them again as he did last time in Georgia John is Mark is reporting for Bloomberg and told his polls show Purdue faltering and camp holding as much as a double digit lead for the contest which is May 24th by the way It's coming up pretty soon nearly 15 times as much cash on hand What will this say about the Trump brand if it keeps going in this direction It'll say some things but I wouldn't read into this far beyond the dynamics of the actual Georgia race Joe And by that I mean that Donald Trump remains absolutely the single most powerful and popular figure in the Republican Party in the United States But he may have simply picked a lackluster candidate in David perdue Governor Kemp is the incumbent governor which is why the Republican Republican governors association is putting in so much money They want to protect their incumbents but he's running a pretty disciplined campaign He's governed as a conservative He lifted COVID COVID restrictions early He enacted voting reforms and he just repealed a temporarily a 24 cent gas tax on every gallon of gas So he's running a smart campaign It's a disciplined campaign and Trump may have just made a mistake here but I don't think this blemish is Trump's ability to influence elections in other parts of the country and depending on how the rally goes and how much Trump can talk or Purdue He may be able to shave a couple of points off of Kemp's lead but it looks like Kemp is going to win this one As I read in Marx reporting Jeannie then he reminds us president Trump became the first Republican presidential candidate to lose the state in 28 years So is this more about Donald Trump more about the state of Georgia He did And this is what is frustrating to many Republicans and what Democrats have to hope happens again He is not back in candidates because they are going to they are the best candidates or they are best positioned to win as if he was choosing in this race He would have chosen Kemp To John's point But he's picking them because he doesn't like them because they didn't support him in 2020 and that is a recipe for disaster And we've seen this over and over again His choices in Alabama his choice in Pennsylvania Nancy may South Carolina Rodney Davis in Illinois You can go on and on Those people are doing okay despite the fact that he's not supportive of them So yes he does remain obviously as the former president the most important voice in the Republican Party to date but it's not going to help Republicans do as well as they should quite frankly in this midterm if he keeps this up This is an incredibly busy week in politics and noisy week from the campaign trail to a war in Europe Of course the president traveling that's been a heck of a lot going on that has distracted the country in my humble opinion from the Supreme Court confirmation hearings And I probably am more disposed to say that because I spent the week listening to them and watching them I know you did too Jeannie Historic in their own right just this process is something that's fascinating and of course having the historic nominee is the first black woman is an extra layer But we learned today that senator Joe Manchin is going to support the president's nomination of judge ketanji Brown Jackson after everything you saw this week Jeannie is it now said and done I think it is I think she will very narrowly win but you know there are still some potential wrinkles ahead You know what would happen if the committee deadlocked There is a way out of that but we haven't seen that in something like over a hundred years probably more This is what we're facing So I do think in the end she moves out of committee She gets to the floor I am not thinking she gets many Republican votes if even one but you know it is stunning because she is a very strong nominee She is also this historic pick So it is stunning that she is going to go probably at 51 50 Right Is it a problem John that we're talking about such a potentially close outcome here for an historic nomination or is that just politics now Unfortunately I think it's Supreme Court politics and the Senate of recent years almost every candidate now goes through this kind of very very difficult challenging grilling And we don't know yet how senator kyrsten sinema will vote although I don't see much leverage available to her because it looks like there may be one or two Republicans that decide to vote for her And so those negotiations will likely be quick I think there are about 7 Republicans one or two of whom might vote for judge Jackson And so this likely will pass but it would be a rather odd situation if as you see in this historic nomination we have a 50 50 vote in the Senate and the vice president has to be the tie breaker in its entirely possible Are you thinking of the same names that we all are based on judge Jackson's prior vetting and confirmation votes John it would be Collins Murkowski or Graham who's clearly not going to vote yes Yeah I don't think Graham is going to be voting yes anytime soon not after his remarks the other day It looks like it could be either senator Murkowski who did vote for judge Jackson last year when she was nominated to the D.C. Court of Appeals So unless there's something specific or telling from the nomination process this week the hearing that would make her reverse her judgment on the judge last year but we don't know We'll see what happens there And Susan Collins she could be mercurial on so many issues from a Republican standpoint I know that I believe President Biden has called on her three times to discuss this nomination so they could be a lot of pressure on her as well So we'll see It'll play out over the next several days What's your take on that Genie or those names in play or are we talking about likely no Republicans voting in favor You know at this point I'm going to be surprised if she gets more than one Republican And if there is one Republican I agree with John My bet is probably it's Murkowski if there is one I've already been named though Yeah I don't see anybody new when I certainly don't see Lindsey Graham after that performance this week Going over and supporting her So I do think we're looking at the same question Jeannie is that a problem based on the historic nature of.

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"24 cent" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:44 min | 3 months ago

"24 cent" Discussed on KOMO

"The first half and the hogs led by three Bulldogs big man Chet home grin was saddled with foul trouble but in the second half helped his team stay in it And that one off the front of the rim for hickman And he's trying to do it all himself Homegrown with a size rebound but he got whacked as well He's got 7 cents the half Jim Nance and Bill raftery on CBS television under four minutes to play now in the Gonzaga bulldogs are down by 6 Duke against Texas tech in the second game out west Villanova in the south has an 8 point lead second half over Michigan The Mariners returned to cactus league hardball action in Arizona veteran Billy Hamilton with a two run double in the 8th helping a Seattle rally and to beat the Cleveland guardians three two Seattle sounders Jordan Morris Christian roldan are part of the U.S. men's soccer team roster and a big World Cup qualifying match tonight in Mexico City Sports with swords a ten and 40 after the hour northwest news radio It is 6 11 gas prices continue to be a major concern for many Americans more states though are stepping in to give some relief by temporarily suspending gas taxes ABC's Rhiannon and alley has more The pain at the pump continues even as gas prices have dropped slightly in recent weeks The national average is now $4 and 24 cents per gallon You know the gas prices are high Everybody can't afford those gas prices in Oregon Thieves are stealing gas targeting these U haul trucks Lawmakers under pressure to act Connecticut is the latest state to pass legislation to temporarily suspend the stage 25 cent per gallon gas tax What we're trying to.

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"24 cent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:51 min | 5 months ago

"24 cent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Every 15 minutes station stocks are edging higher this morning Treasury's pretty steady here The yield curve is flatter We had the Bloomberg dollar spot index holding on to gains We had pretty strong U.S. growth data that reinforced expectations for fed tightening to continue and to fight inflation The U.S. economic growth picking up in the last quarter was an inventory boost GDP expanding 6.9% and that was better than The Economist expectations Orders for U.S. durable goods posted their first decline in three months jobless claims declined for the first time in four weeks Initial claims falling to 260,000 so on balance looking pretty solid there We had some good news Apple posting record quarterly sales the stock up about four and a half percent Also this one Chinese regulator is granted approval for AMD to buy xilinx and SK Hynix posting profit above analyst estimates it also gained in the markets today It's up about 2.6% And it also agreed with Samsung which is kind of the message you got from Apple as well That there is a gradual improvement in supply chain issues that are out there Right now we've got the dollar yen at one 1540 so that's a much weaker yen We've got the yield on the tenure at 1.81% two year one 19 and WTI crew 80 $87 24 cents a barrel and that's stronger by about three quarters of 1% And that is a Bloomberg business flash Let's get a news update Here's that Baxter with the top stories and All right a couple of things developing since the last one Brian North Korea says his test launch four missiles this week too long range to short range and what's become a barrage of tests U.S. vice president Kamala Harris greeted Taiwan's vice president.

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"24 cent" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast

GOLF.com Podcast

03:56 min | 6 months ago

"24 cent" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast

"So that's 5 stocks, Sean. I think that gets us up just over the $97 Mark. Just over $98. Okay. And I would like to fill in the remaining stock. This shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone. We'll call this something of a meme stock. We're buying low on a fellow named Martin trainer. You may have heard of former drop zone guest. Is there a conflict of interest here? Arguably, there's going to be talk of insider trading. I hold some equity actually in Martin trainer LLC. He's coming in at just under 24 cents a share, so we can afford Martin trainer. We're going to get just a couple bucks of Martin. I'd love to. You know, this is more of some folks are comparing it to like a Dogecoin. And we're just hoping that you can get up to a dollar there. That would be a pretty significant return. That's my portfolio. You're probably looking in terms of the trainer world. I'm just like one week splashes. You know he's gonna play. We know he's mostly replacing MC's on that world ranking card. So, you know, any news is good news, really, on that front. When you're checking those earnings reports, really anything that shows up is going to be a positive. It's good to see you just buying up stocks that you know well. Buying up Martin trainer. You've played played you've competed against Taylor penrith. You've had the gulf magazine cover jinx the past 12 months on Matthew wolff. I think it's going to lift just in time here. All right, Luke, can we get you to quickly update your portfolio? What have you done with the Corey Connor stock? Quick update, well, you know, because it's forced to sell my Corey corners stop,.

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"24 cent" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:30 min | 8 months ago

"24 cent" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Detail I'm doctor Anthony Liza Woods and this is climate connections In the 1930s the U.S. government put people to work digging thousands of miles of ditches through tidal marshes along the east coast The goal was to drain standing water and reduce the area where mosquitos could breed But altering marshes came at a cost Amanda's feedback of the university of Georgia says that healthy salt marshes help protect communities from flooding by absorbing water and buffering waves We've seen with major hurricanes that the presence of really healthy marshes or expensive marsh flats have had a huge benefit in reducing the potential damage to those communities One reason salt marshes are such an effective buffer against sea level rise is that they grow in elevation over time It happens naturally as sediment flows into the marsh from rivers and march grasses build roots But ditches undermine this process Spivak studied New England salt marshes and found that areas with ditches are lower in elevation than undisturbed areas The stitching can actually reduce the ability of the marsh to protect those homes from coastal flooding So her team is working to identify strategies for managing and restoring the marshes so they can better protect communities from rising seas Climate connections is produced by the Yale center for environmental communication To hear more stories like this visit climate connections dot org Right now people are home with their pets more often and I think now especially with the shedding they're more cognizant of what's going on that it's an actual issue and dynamite hashem tremendously in our House with that I just heard the Dyna by commercial so many times I'll give it a shot And we're trying to work The dyno by being at home working with thumbnail love it The interior together 24 cents Within three weeks he's not scratching and itching on these all around happier dog You're listening to the CPT 8 20 because facts matter This portion of the Stephanie Miller show Bucky by four is a consumer group yeah yeah yeah We're back against the timeshare bullies They have a forward relationship with veteran trial attorney Michael mo feta who I have spoken to He is delightful He's successfully helped thousands of people legally exit their timeshare.

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"24 cent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:53 min | 9 months ago

"24 cent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From Bloomberg's European headquarters in London I'm Danny burger with this Bloomberg business flash Well it's into the green for the stock 600 just ever so slightly less than a tenth of a percent just .03 But nonetheless it is up after falling earlier in the session The main driver there are some gains in Italy the footsie may be up to tenths of a percent I also have some strong earnings narratives coming through Nestlé outperforming Roche outperforming still we are looking at a very uneven session Some of these macro concerns coming into the four were looking at a weaker cable rate today down about one tenth of a percent at one 37 78 Some UK CPI numbers coming in today expectations for the BOE a lot of rate moves there as more inflation comes into the area into the region so we are looking at a drop of about two basis points in your UK ten year guilt yield Now across the pond we're looking at a steeper yield curve most of the action happening on the long end of the curve where we're looking at a gain of about one basis point in your 30 year yield That's just under 2.1% Meanwhile little change for your ten year all the way down to the two year yield Debbie cherry crude is falling by 7 tenths of a percent down by 1% for Brent at $84 a barrel in 24 cents were also looking at some losses in the metal market only aluminum down 1% LMA copper down 8% growth concerns as well as some restructuring at LMA And so we are looking at a peak up in the vix It's at 15.8% That's just move of .1 percentage points but still volatility just creeping into this market that's a Bloomberg business flash now here is land guaranteed with more understanding on around the world Hi Danny let's start in Eastern Europe where Ukraine's new coronavirus cases have surged 21% today.

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"24 cent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:31 min | 9 months ago

"24 cent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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"24 cent" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"24 cent" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"In Atlanta's Hartsfield Jackson International Airport, Dallas and Houston. The two biggest airports in Texas, came in 3rd and 4th on the list. W O AI news time a 37 traffic and weather together in a minute. But first to check of your money and the world of business as trading is already underway. We welcome and Ed Cory live at the Bloomberg News Desk. Good morning charity Right now. The Dow is down. 400 points, NASDAQ Down 253 and the S and P is down. 1.5 Presented Saw 58 points. 10 Year Treasuries 1% right now. Right. The gold is down $15 at 18 36 announce. Watching oil prices. They're also dropping today down 37 cents a barrel. It $52 in 24 cents. The Corona virus has disrupted the supply chain from makers of the Electron IX that are the brains behind today's modern cars. Shortage of chips good lead to more than $14 billion in lost revenue in the first quarter. That's according to AlixPartners, Southwest Airlines, offering its workers another round of voluntary leave. Staffing levels are too high for a flight schedule. It's been hammered by the Corona virus pandemic right now the Dow is down 451 points live of the Bloomberg business Report. I made Cory on NewsRadio, 1200 w o a. I Alright. Thanks. Said Get the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play news Radio 1200 w Away I an I heart radio I'm charity McCurdy news Radio 1200 W Away. I now traffic.

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"24 cent" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"24 cent" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Street continues in the green right out of that house had 134 points. The s a piece of 23 that has to accept 123 points. The Russell 2000 is up about 20 volatility is measured by the vics of the CBL. We CBO he is down. About 6.5% money continues to follow the electric vehicles and a lot of that money's going to normal, Illinois. That's where rebellion electric vehicles are being built Caribbean which is backed by Amazon and Ford Motor Company, Was raised about $8 billion since 2019, including about 2.6 billion and a brand new round of investment revealing is expected to be among the first, if not the first to bring in all the electric pickup to market later this year. Shares of GM have been popping lately because Of Electric and also today because of the announcement that Microsoft has invested in Cruise Cruise is a subsidiary of GM and Honda that is developing driverless cars. Shares of GM right now up about 9.5% shares of pellet on are down about 7% today. Not because of a report that Joe Biden may have to stop using his because of concerns that his video and Internet could be hacked, but because the company was downgraded by U B s checking commodities crude oil is 61. Cents higher at 50 to 97 gold is trading about $11 higher at $1841 an ounce. Chicago Board of Trade is all red. Now with wheat down to beans are down 24 cents and corn is trading down about 4.5 cents. That's your money on 7 20, WGN and I'm Laurin, LAPD A on Chicago's very own 7 20 w G and wonder what the CPD is going to say to us. I'll briefly describe what happened on the train on Friday. Spokesperson for the Chicago Police Department said. I'll tell you what we think about that story. After this. I am an aficionado. I'm a sneaker head. I'm a foodie gamer. I'm a gym rat. There are many names for enthusiast a fashionista, but there's only one way to become one. By going all in the new Lexus, I.

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"24 cent" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"24 cent" Discussed on The Big 98

"The last big 98 Dash feels number one coming from the bass Pro shops. Cabella Studio on music Row. The Bobby Bones show this guy goes into a Wal Mart. You know, I have the checkout lines and you go on yourself. Check out and you swipe the thing's beep. Beep. You hear the beep Every time something goes across, and there's always a person that's watching all of them. So now one person could do the job of you know, 10 because they're just sitting back there watching all the checkout lines. Make sure they're good. This guy goes through and he's beefing things, sir. Doesn't see here except he had a Kool Aid packet in his hand, and he had on the barcode on the bag, And he kept swiping that Kool Aid code while he's putting other things through, Okay, because the Kool Aid packets like 89 cents, and so Oh, wait TV, Okay. So in his hand hidden We had. There was a barcode and you kept swiping that barcode while acting like he was swiping the more expensive barcodes person working, watching is going, of course, look at all the beeps and he was wiping. It's beeping. He was bagging the expensive stuff but only stand in the cool it a Florida man accused of using a Kool Aid packet to ring up nearly $1000 worth of merchandise at a Florida Wal Mart has been arrested. Bradley, D Young 37. He's also a felon out of Ohio faces, grand theft and shoplifting charges. Police were called just around 5:45 P.m.. The loss prevention officer watched him scanned merchandise with a Kool Aid packet concealed in his hand. So the items ring up a 24 cents each 24 cents. That's hilarious thing is, this is such a It's an intelligently. Thought. Out idea. He was thinking outside the box I would ever done right that if I've got away with it before, Yeah, but you got to remember those self checkouts, man. They got cameras like right on all.

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"24 cent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"24 cent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Had a Florida man story in a while, so I thought I'd find wasn't here with you. This just happened in Naples. He's also in Ohio. Phelan used a Kool Aid package to ring up $994 with the stuff at a WalMart. Everything he scanned he did with a 24 cents. Kool Aid Packet. Surprises is the first time this has happened. Wake up. She's gone. She's Well, you get a bite to eat. We'll play nothing.

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"24 cent" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"24 cent" Discussed on KOMO

"The Seattle district delayed the start by two days to allow teachers more training. Franklin High School science Teacher A J cats are off says learning new routines will be the key to success in this unique school year. I'm pretty excited. Have some more time to really in bed systems and consistence suffers or students so that we can start them with. Here's the routine or the expectations school's gonna work this year. She says she's also focused on making connections with her students to keep the kids engaged. Another impact of the pandemic. The start date for a new tax on heating oil in Seattle, has been pushed back until September of next year. Here's Cuomo's Eric Hynes. The tax of 24 cents per gallon proposed by Mayor Jenny Dirk and and pass by the City Council last year, was supposed to take effect Tuesday. Instead, the tax will be collected. Starting on September 1st 2021. The revenue is earmarked for programs that help residents convert to electric heat pumps. The new tax is estimated to raise $1.6 million in its first year. Over the city's Office of Sustainability and Environment tells the Seattle Times that work has slowed due to concerns about exposure to cove at 19 heating well cost between $2.50 and $3 per gallon. Sarah Cain's coma News yesterday, Hundreds of Washington High school athletes marched on the state Capitol asking, they be allowed to play sports in the fall Thean a petition that already has nearly 30,000 signatures. They claim they can safely practice and play their sports with limits on Spectators. Here's Kennedy High School quarterback Sam He word we look across the country and seemed 30 for other states, making it work.

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"24 cent" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"24 cent" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Georgia. Until the end of this month. The new order allow cities tohave mask mandates on public property on Lee, but not on private property. A tense day in Stone Mountain, where protesters and counter protesters squared off in downtown streets, Channel two action news reporter mark when he says he witnessed a few violent incidents across today, We saw a lot of guns on both sides. It seemed we didn't do a head count, but it appeared the counter protesters dramatically outnumber the Otherside. Despite the scuffles to get police say no. Arrests were made today. Stone Mountain Park close for the day in anticipation of the protest, but the crowds moved to the downtown area. Instead, many stone mountain businesses closed. As a result, protesters left the area after police and the Georgia National Guard moved in to break things up. An officer involved shooting leads to charges of murder against a Georgia state trooper GB. I says State Trooper Jacob Thompson was trying to make a traffic stop in Scriven County when the 60 year old Nissan Sentras driver refused to pull over. After a brief chase. Thompson performed a pit maneuver to stop the car, then opened fire, killing Julian Lewis. The 27 year old Thompson is charged with felony murder and aggravated assault. WSB Veronica Waters, reports. Thompson's also been fired. President Trump blaming Democrats were holding up funding for the U. S Postal Service and triggering concerns over the November election. But now they want to send in millions and millions of ballots. And you see what's happening there being lost their being discarded their finding them in piles. It's going to be a catastrophe. The Postal Service has worn states, including Georgia, that they can't guarantee that mail in ballots will arrive in time to be counted. The Postal Service also announcing some price hikes today, starting in mid October, the price to ship the package will go up anywhere from 24 cents to a dollar 50 per item. Officials say it's due to an increase in online shipments. WSB news time is 6 32 It's.

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"24 cent" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"24 cent" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Record. Debbie Elliot. NPR NEWS a bit of good news in the weekly jobs numbers ahead of the broader based government report for July due out tomorrow, government says the number of state jobless claims last week fell by 249,000. Still, it marks the 20th straight week at least a 1,000,000 people filed for unemployment. On Wall Street. The Dow 185 points. This's NPR. Pope Francis has appointed six women to high level counsel that oversees Vatican finances. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports. It's the largest appointment of women in the history of the Roman Catholic Church's male dominated leadership. The women are all Europeans with backgrounds in finance to each for Britain, Spain and Germany. They will join eight cardinals and a layman on the council for the Economy, which supervises the financial activities off both the Vatican City state and the officers of the Holy See. Ruth Kelly is a former Labour Party politician who served as minister in the governments of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. The other British woman is Leslie Farrar, who was treasurer to Prince Charles. Pope Francis has been slow and keeping his pledge made years ago to improve gender balance in the Vatican. But there are some women in key post such as the deputy foreign minister and the head of the Vatican museums. Sylvia Poggioli. NPR NEWS Rome travelers arriving in New York City from states that have high levels of Corona virus infections or visited those areas recently or being reminded they should quarantine for two weeks. City open track points today Penn Station to register visitors and their families and warn those from higher estates about possible fines for breaking quarantine checkpoints, however, are admittedly more of an awareness campaign than anything else. York, officials say 1/5 of the new cases that have turned up in the city are from people coming from other states. Though critical features. Prices lost some ground after recent run up soil, down 24 cents a barrel closed at 41 95 a barrel on the New York New York Mercantile Exchange..

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"24 cent" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"24 cent" Discussed on WGN Radio

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