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"258 points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Next 12 months or so GDP will probably be a little higher than people had anticipated Our last minute here with all these crosswinds what are you doing with the endowment at the university of Akron We've done two major things We've taken out two years of required spending and put it on the sidelines or 10% of the fund has been taken out of the stock market I think that's been very fortunate And a year ago we took 3% of the fund out of equities and put it into gold So we'll become far more conservative far less exposed to the equities market And if I had my way if it was just a one person vote I'd be selling a few more shares here but I have to make sure that my committee follows behind what I want to do So we have insulated 10% of our portfolio away from the stock market and put 3% on it into gold And I'm comfortable with that All right Dennis as always thank you Good talking with you this morning Dennis gartman is chairman of the university of Akron endowment investment committee former publisher of the gartman letter Taking a look at the markets this morning to sell off continues with S&P futures down 50 points down futures down 251 NASDAQ futures lower by 258 points The ten year treasury is down ten 30 seconds the yield 1.81% the yield on the two year 1.03% Stay with us you're listening to Bloomberg daybreak This is a bloom Looking to get your laundry room 2022 ready Stock up on essentials like Thai Downey unstoppables and bounce They eliminate tough stains at a burst of freshness and keep your clothes soft and nice Start the new year with a clean slate at target today Berg money minute Wall Street looks set for a lower open as investors gear up for interest rate hikes to tackle inflation Global stocks have fallen this year by a retreat in U.S. shares a key question now is whether company profits will revive sentiment by weathering higher costs and challenges from the omicron virus strain a number of big banks report fourth quarter earnings this week starting with PNC financial and Goldman Sachs today This week we also hear from U.S. bank corp and united health along with United Airlines and American Netflix also opens its books this week Signs of life are returning to financial hubs if latte sales are any indication a decline in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations in New York City coincides with a slight increase in sales at the pret a manger chain in the area that includes Wall Street The numbers are expected to pick up further when the banks begin welcoming staff back to offices later this month and in February after delaying a return due to the omicron variant Gina servette Bloomberg radio How are financial services firms managing in this new reality Claire.
"258 points" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Right answer, please include the keyword I fly, and we'll do. The fifth person with the right answer can take home. A $50 gas card automatically registered to win a pair of round trip tickets to Nantucket on Southern Airways Express what specific disability did Teddy Roosevelt sustained from boxing, while president Know that Trump was a pretty big golfer. Obama liked to play basketball. Yeah, I don't know what Bush like to do. Boxing is such a cooler sport than any of those Yeah. I just wish we had a boxing president still I mean, it didn't end well for him. He sustained a lifelong injury due to it. Yeah. Worth it. I mean, if you're going best athletes as president, I think Gerald Ford's probably near the top right here is, uh, football from Michigan. Yeah, Yeah, He's probably near the top of the list. I'm trying to think of who else. Fits in there. I mean, again. You're typically not Hiring athletes for president. Well tending to his credit. Boxed into his fifties I was reading Wow, while doing the trivial even though I guess if you're talking just, you know, overall physical Not not skill, but flake physical fitness fitness. You've got to put George H. W. Bush up there who was skydiving into his nineties. Yeah. Yeah, I guess that's a different definition of physical fitness than I was saying, I mean, But again, it's longevity his nineties. Really Well, I think you went skydiving on his 90th birthday. He did. Yeah, that's pretty. That's pretty big news. So I'm trying to think of who else is up there. In terms of I'm sure we'll get several texts you can. In addition to answering our trivia question, you're welcome to give us your thoughts on the most athletic president. I mean, Again, not saying that he's going to do this at some point, but he's dropped hints about it. But if the rock ever runs for president and winds, right, you've got to put him in the top category played college foot. I mean, we could have wrestling matches in the Oval Office. Which again I know, I bring up this movie a lot, but just really, We're getting more and more towards this dystopia of Idiocracy. For anyone that has seemed in the movie. But just saying you could have a wrestler in the Oval Office. Yeah. That that could be where we're, which is literally one of the points of the movie Idiocracy actually, what happens? Forget the wrestler's name, but he is the president of the United States documentary. Unfortunate documentary California ballot measure that classifies uber and lift drivers as independent contractors but not independent contractor. But a separate category allow well, really independent contractors. Was ruled unenforceable and unconstitutional by a California judge. Now, when we say unconstitutional, we don't mean according to the United States Constitution, but the California state Constitution. And so I had a couple buddies in mind Text me this over the weekend and said, like, Is this going to be something? I know Massachusetts is trying to deal with this right now, and my point of view was no. This specific measure has been ruled unconstitutional in California because of how they crafted in response to the California state Constitution. But it's not something that would prohibit uber and lift. From trying to implement similar laws without these hurdles in other states that having been said, I mean, I do think it delivers a bit of a blow to the efforts in Massachusetts and elsewhere to uber and left where, you know This was kind of looked at, and I think, even by a lot of voters and saying, Well, it passed in California, so you know it's likely to pass in Massachusetts or hey, they voted for in California, so maybe I'll vote for it here in Massachusetts. I think there's some of that and it being ruled unconstitutional. Think puts a dent in that argument. It was widely supported. It was adopted by 58% vote. Um I am not a legal scholars, so I'm not exactly sure what the argument here that between I've been reading about it this morning. It looks like the proposition 22 restricted the Legislature's power to overturn it by a set. You had your decided by 7/8 Majority 7/8 majority, which just you know again, you know if we're talking about clearly, what it was tossed out on is that it restricted The California's legislature from passing laws around employment. And, Yeah, if they specifically in the proposition, restrict the votes to a 7/8 majority. It does seem like they're taking some powers away from the Legislature. Um I don't know that I don't like I don't love the idea of a you know a voted proposition that was done by ballot initiative being overturned. It can still be unconstitutional. It can be. Let's be honest Ballot initiatives are awful. They are pretty stupid Main reason why you actually have legislatures is to put into place things is so that you do not have everyone voting on every decision that has to be made, agreed. If we truly want to do have you know a democracy where I voted on the salary of the dogcatcher in town, then that's how we would set it up. Instead, we elect people to do this, so we don't have to pay attention to every single issue, And if they do a bad job, then we have additional elections a couple years later, and we vote them out of office, and we vote new people in and they make the same mistakes because it's how it always goes. But I think again my view on California's ballot initiatives. I think they're dumb. Oh, yeah. The rules surrounding them are completely complete idiocy. The numbers that you need to get one on the ballot is or to get one, you know? Yeah, on the ballot is preposterous. It's It's a really, really low bar. Which is why when you go to vote and Cities like L, A and San Francisco Every year. There's like 80 different ballot initiatives that you have to read through and educate yourself is done for that's done for the 2020 election. There was, I believe it was 224 pages of ballot initiatives. Disclosures that you had to read through in California. Well, you didn't have to have to. Most people did not know which is part of the problem. It's just young bunch. People who were doing that they don't educate themselves. It's just Oh, it's absolutely brutal. Let's take a quick look at markets right now. Just because they continue to go up the upper yuppie. We've got the Dow up 258 points right now, we've got the NASDAQ up 186, the S and P is up. 40 currently s and P was up 43 at one point, but, uh, little off those highs. 10 Year, U S Treasury holding steady at 1.26 not expecting much moves much of a move there in advance of the Jerome Powell speech on Friday. Oil. GI Gunda rally. I believe that's the technical term up 5.1% right now to 65 32. You've got gold. Also with a not quite as jugando rally $20 up today to 18. Oh four per ounce right now, and big nose in the crypto world is Bitcoin was briefly back about $50,000 per fake coin tonight to the moon. To the moon. Just one other little fun Fact on that ballot initiative. We may have mentioned this and I just missed it. Those companies uber lift Doordash spent a combined $200.
"258 points" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Some of that rain could linger into Monday from the K L i f W B A P. Weather Center. I'm meteorologist Brad Bird. Right now it's 76 degrees in Dallas, 75 in McKinney and 76 in Fort Worth. Lot of news time is now 706. Lot of visitors coming to Dallas this weekend for CPAC 2021 president and CEO of Visit Dallas, Craig Davis says this is a great event to bring in revenue to the city following the pandemic shutdown the past 90 days. We've seen a dramatic turnaround in the amount of visitation that's been taking place in Dallas, and we do know and feel that the large group is coming back. He says. The events expected to bring an overall economic impact of $650,000 to the city. It will be held at the Hilton. Anatole Hotel through Sunday. Former President Donald Trump will be the closing speaker of the event, but the governor of Texas going to be noticeably absent, He won't be there. But several of the Republicans who are challenging him, don Huffines and Lieutenant Colonel Allen West. Will be in attendance. The U. S Postal Service offer your reward of up to $50,000 for information leading to the arrest of suspects who police say were involved in robberies and thefts at post offices in the Dallas area. One incident happened just after noon on June 28th at the post office off East East Boulevard, and he still Cliff Police have not said what was stolen during the robberies or how many people were involved. If you have any information, he has to call the U. S Postal Inspection Service or go to USPs dot gov. But worth woman whose husband died in the February multi car pile up on I 35 has filed a negligence and wrongful death lawsuit, attorney Then I do wanna parks representing Jane Watson says the lawsuit charges multiple entities for failing to monitor and maintain the highway to discover hazardous or defects on the railway into de ice and close. The highway companies included the toe way owners, the operators and the maintenance people, and most of those are The Nte Mobility Partners entities as well as we filed the lawsuit against the Texas Department of Transportation. Nearly 130 vehicles were involved in the pile up. Six people were killed. Rent is rising fast in North Texas suburbs, with several cities showing double digit increases over the past year. Jeff Andrews is with the red listing sites, jumper and a lot of these cities that we've seen a lot of growth the year over year numbers are actually bigger than they are compared to the beginning of the pandemic, so Pattern we saw was the pandemic hits and rent actually dipped a little bit and then really over the last year started roaring back. Their stats from jumper shows Richardson, Garland and McKinney with double digit increases in the past year. Dallas Fort Worth Grapevine in Farmers branch were flat. Lead centers throughout the nation facing an all time low blood supply mind Gelsor with Carter Blood Care says This is the lowest blood supply they've ever seen. In DFW, she says. Some are even calling it a 30 year low. What is essential for most major medical care that is provided to us and there is no other way to get that blood except through generous human beings who are willing to roll up their sleeves to help someone else, she says. Summers are usually hard because they aren't getting supply from school blood drives. However, it's worse than Number because they're still catching up from the pandemic and the winter ice storms. She encourages people to donate as soon as they can. Cat bones. Iron K L I F news. L I f News Time is 709 Final day of the trading week. Let's get the latest business update now from net Worth Radio Spencer McGown Happy Friday. Amy The Dow, rebounding by 258 points this morning, poised to open just above 34,500..
"258 points" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"President Biden promising to take care of thousands of Afghans who helped the American military over the past couple of decades. Plans are underway to move thousands of Afghan interpreters out of the country as the U. S military withdraws By the end of August. There is a home for you in the United States. If you so choose, and we will stand with you. Just as you stood with us people who served as translators, drivers and in other jobs are now fearful they will be the targets of the Taliban. The president said. Those individuals will be evacuated to other countries as their visa applications are processed. Greg Clugston, the White House as tropical Storm Elsa drenches parts of the coastal Mid Atlantic and Northeast. A stubborn drought persists across vast areas of the west. This is John dropping What's happened in the West Coast. United States California Governor Gavin Newsom, pleading with individuals and businesses to cut water consumption by at least 15% reservoirs in California are rapidly emptying. The recommendations include taking shorter showers, running dishwashers only one full and less lawn watering. Newsom's request is not in order when I want to underscore voluntary Water conservation, The governor says Drought conditions go as far back as 2000 Lake Oroville in Northern California is at 30% capacity. I'm Ed Donahue. As for Elsa, the tropical storm is moving up the Eastern Seaboard with the worst of it moving northeast of the New York metropolitan area now over the lower Hudson Valley, Long Island and into Connecticut. While the Centers for Disease Control is not recommending a booster shot of the covid vaccine, at least not at this time. Drugmaker Pfizer says it does plan to petition the feds to authorize a third shot of its vaccine. Wall Street stock futures higher now features up 258 points. NASDAQ futures ahead 15 S and P futures up 22 points more on these stories, a town hall dot com Bring it. You live here? He lives here. Love your show View and fast. Eddie and Michelle. It's so nice to have a local talk radio station that takes calls. What What? What? What? Interview with it, getting jiggy with it. This is Philadelphia's morning answer with Chris to go on Philadelphia's AM 9 80 the answer. I'm glad to be with you today. Telephone number 618 50 09 90 coming up. Great. Our You're not gonna want to miss this on a Friday. Jack Castle is just around the corner. He's the author of a brand new book called Barack Obama's Promised Land. Deplorables Need not apply a guy that you say to yourself. Well, I don't know why you'd write a book about Obama right now. There's never been a better time to.
"258 points" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A hyperextended left knee and game for the Eastern Conference finals will be a game time decision. I'm Kevin Powell, WGN sports before cast from the WGN, Chicago Weather Center meteorologist Paul Conrad. Sunny, hot and humid conditions across Chicagoland again here today we'll see our temperatures climbing into the lower nineties. It will be monkey and we'll have southwesterly winds that will run about 10 to 15 MPH Council. Beyond the increase here tonight will drop into the lower seventies and then for tomorrow Look for mostly thought he skies. Another warm, muggy day with highs in the mid eighties and we'll watch some showers and thunderstorms developed tomorrow. Mid afternoon and into the evening hours about a 50% chance. You see some of those showers and thunderstorms pop up in your backyard from the WGN Weather Center. I'm Paul can read your money on WGN. Right now The Dow is down 258 points. The NASDAQ is down. Less than one point the S and P 500 is down just under 16 points right now, around Chicago Land. It's 89 degrees in Waukegan 88 degrees at old hair 90 at midway in 90 on the lakefront. I'm Jordan Burn Field on Chicago's very own. 7 20 w. G. M not one but two city alderman will join us coming up this hour on the show to talk about the weekend of violence. Alderman Lopez. Alderman Hopkins will give us their perspectives. What should be done. What should be done now more on President Biden's visit to Crystal Lake tomorrow that's also coming up this hour on WGN. Mm hmm. The only thing better than grand in one night for your side Hustle. Is your roommate picking you up with Mickey D's breakfast? The perfect pickup deal. There's a deal for every morning at McDonald's right now Taste breakfast perfection when you get a warm and savory sausage McMuffin with egg for just 2 50 price, and participation may vary, cannot be combined with combo meal. Start with all the porch rocking grandparents.
"258 points" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Telling a virtual conference today that the largest U. S Bank is expecting a drop in trading revenue this year of 38%. That's a lot more than previously forecast. So bank stocks they're sinking. Stocks in general are mostly in the red. Of the three major averages. Only the NASDAQ is in the green by more than a third of a percent. The S and P and the Dow are lower The Dow down 258 points. I'm honora Vera Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's NewsRadio, Boston Police are asking for help in solving a cold case from decades ago that's coming up at 1 15. Speak of smart Speaker speaker Doesn't matter how you say it. Spot speaker just have it played WBZ NewsRadio on I Heart radio. Wicked Smart Spring is showtime all over the DMV E and a bet MGM with baseball back the weather warming up, you love, hockey and basketball, And the action is better than ever this time of year. Perfect time to take your shot at an easy 100 with the king of Sports books. Sign up today using my code Michael J. 100, We're $100 in free bets when you place a $1 money line wager on the Wizards or Lakers, and if either team hits a three you win, regardless of your bets outcome, no matter what your favorite sport is. Bet MGM is always at your fingertips with innovative parley selection builders. Daily promotions boosted odds, specials and more. Download the app or go to bet mgm dot com And Remember the code is Michael J. 100 to win $100 in free bats When you wager $1 The Wizards or Lakers to hit a three new customer offer paid in free bets Visit But MGM Compher terms conditions must be 21 years older Washington D. C. In Virginia only please gamble responsibly Gambling problem call 88853 to 3500. At Children's National Hospital. Everything we do is just for kids. Our top ranked specialists are here for kids of all ages from babies who need help before they're even born to teens and young.
"258 points" Discussed on WTOP
"I'm Mark Lois, and I'm Deborah Feinstein. Jocelyn Chesson is our producer. Coming up a political showdown ahead in the house over a GOP lawmaker and her ties to queue in on on Capitol Hill. I'm Mitchell Miller. We'll go deeper into the House Republican controversy with NBC News analyst Howard Find Manatt 11 40 What to serve at your scaled down Super Bowl party this year. We've got some tasty ideas coming up. ARROWS Up on Wall Street. The Dow ahead 258 points. NASDAQ Up 77, the S and P Up 25. W. T o p at 11 31. There is a major clash coming in the U. S house today, Democrats will hold a vote that could affect the future of Georgia Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene. Who's been criticized for her ties to Cuban on conspiracies. Wtl Pease Mitchell Miller has more from Capitol Hill, House Democrats are planning a vote that would strip the Georgia lawmaker of her to committee assignments, including the Education committee. Her position on that panel given her past comments, questioning whether mass shootings at schools actually occurred has offended many lawmakers. Head of the Democratic caucus, Hakeem Jeffries notes that Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has indicated green is a cancer for the GOP. Last time I checked cancers need to be cut out. And not allowed to metastasize. The House's top Republican Kevin McCarthy, condemned Greens comments after meeting with her this week but declined to announce any sanctions against her on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T o p NEW meantime, Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Cheney is beaten back an effort to remove her from her Republican leadership as payback for voting to impeach the former president. Three weeks ago, House Republicans voted to retain Cheney as their number three leader, House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy spoke to Reporters after the vote. It's just an example. This Republican Party is a very big tent. Everyone's invited in and you look at the last election. We continue to grow and in two years will be the majority. Thank you all very much. What's the significance of the House GOP vote? Well, here's ABC News political director Rick Klein 61 votes by secret ballot to remove her from leadership. You could look at that as a large number or also a pretty small one. I think there were some people who were worried just a few days ago that she could lose her leadership posts. But even the fact that there was a vote like This tells you about the divisions in the Republican Party. This is a party that is deeply divided about its future split over some of the fault lines that Donald Trump has exposed and exacerbated and that will remain, even though there's no change in leadership. Chaney was among just 10 House Republicans to back impeaching than President Trump. President Biden today. Addressing the national prayer breakfast virtually this morning, he called for a confrontation of political extremism. Just witnessed images that we've never imagined. Images that now we'll never forget. Violent assault the U. S capitol on our assault on our democracy on our capital. Violent attack that threatened lives and took lives. We know now we must confront and defeat political extremism. White supremacy and domestic terrorism. Washington Tradition gave the nation's second Catholic president a chance to urge the nation to put their political differences aside and respect and care for one another. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, says America has some tough months ahead to deal with the coronavirus. And for that reason, it's critical that Congress passed the president's $1.9 trillion relief package. In her first public interview since becoming Treasury secretary last week, Yellen said that President Biden was willing to cooperate with Republicans to pass the measure on a bipartisan basis. But Democrats in Congress have signaled if they do not line up Republican support, they are prepared toe pass the measure with just Democrats. Up ahead on W. C o P. There's a new study that's looking at whether it's safe to mix Corona virus vaccines, and if there's any benefit to it, we'll explore that. It's 11 34. Hi, I'm Patrick.
"258 points" Discussed on KOMO
"Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 as Inauguration Day winds down One of the big stories is what didn't happen today in D. C From all appearances, it was a peaceful transfer of power. No big demonstrations. No riots, ABC, Sandy Fields spoke to Rick van size and ELISA Jaffe from Washington, D. C. And he says the tens of thousands of National Guard troops certainly seem to help. It didn't the fact that there weren't really any outside Spectators here. In fact, we saw chatter online in some of the few social media sites there is still left for some of these right wing groups. That they were told to stand down. Don't even risk going up against 25,000 troops in Washington or another cities. And so we saw relatively little unrest and I think also what may have chilled Their excitement about trying to do something like this again is the fact that the FBI has arrested I think over 100 people so far, and these folks are facing serious jail time and As much as you want to overthrow a government and follow a guy who now is no longer in power. You probably want less to go to jail or prison. And so that may have helped stop some of the Problems again as well. Even with that, Andy, I have to admit when I saw the Bidens get out of the beast, the big limo just about the driveway. There, the White House. I was a little concerned that a lot of people were that why they did that There could still be problems. You know, having been in that zone and covered virtually every inaugural since the second Reagan inauguration. That is a very secure area in order to get in there. Even the reporters that you saw, I think President Biden did a bit of fist bump or an elbow bump with Some reporters. He's walking down Pennsylvania Avenue. There, you need to go through about four or five levels of very tight security. Even to get to that point. You've been vetted. You have credentials, so the people who were in those areas Were pretty well known to the people who are in security there. I think one of the bigger problems over the last couple of days and we saw this was that they had 12 National Guardsmen who removed from duty there. Two of them. They thought may have suspected ties to some of these extremist groups, the others they were just being ridiculously cautious. Some of them had some sort of criminal. Record or something in their background that may have raised some eyebrows and they were removed from their posts there just to be safe, But thankfully, we got through the day without any problems, and Joe Biden and Kamila Harris are literally Back at work within minutes of arriving in the White House. Let me ask you this when you talked about your experience covering these events. Is this the sign of inauguration days to come Andy? Or or is there feeling that post pandemic It'll be more of a celebration with massive crowds and future inaugurations? Boy, I hope it's not a sign of things to come. These have been Really terrific celebrations. And even with President Trump and the controversy on how big a size of the crowd there was there I was in that crowd. I was on that mall in some of those big, empty spaces. There wasn't the giant crowds that he eventually generated later for some of his big rallies, and the president was all upset about that. And tonight we have the first press conference from Jen Psaki, the new press secretary for President Biden. Much different tone than four years ago in Sean Spicer came out in an ill fitting suit, not expecting to give a press conference at all. I think he borrowed a suit jacket from someone and then proceeded to literally The very first things out of his mouth were lives for the administration, saying that it was a much bigger crowd that it wasn't Which was odd because virtually no one cared except the president. That's a BCS Andy Field with Ric Van Sites and ELISA Jaffe your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on coma news. With you to propel insurance Money Update. Here's Daria Aldinger Stocks rallied on a day that Wall Street intersected with Pennsylvania Avenue. The Dow closed up 258 points. The S and P 553 and the NASDAQ rose 260, all of the major indices, closing at record highs. Markets rallied on encouraging earnings reports and on continued optimism that new leadership in Washington will mean more support for the struggling economy. President Joe Biden, now the nation's 46th president, supports a broader coronavirus stimulus package than his predecessor, Donald Trump. Did UnitedHealth's fourth quarter earnings tumbled. His costs from Cove in 19 hit the health insurance provider hard The company says its results still beat expectations. The Canadian company behind the Keystone XL oil pipeline is suspended work on the project. Mr Biden's Day. One plans include revoking a presidential permit for the pipeline, which would carry just short of a million barrels of oil a day from Alberta to the Texas Gulf Coast. Daria holding her ABC News For what it's worth. I'm Dave Packer. The work of the presidential campaign and transition are over now for the Biden administration, the work of governing begins and the always important 1st 100 days. When political watchers say the most can often get done, But Nathaniel Rake, it's election analyst of Fivethirtyeight says. Let's get one thing clear off the bat. More progressive proposals like Medicare for all or single pair option, like Senator Bernie Sanders supports those air definitely off the table because, as we hear from ABC senior Washington reporter Devin Dwyer, even though Democrats control both the House and the Senate It's with tiny margins in the House Democrats hold just in 11 Vote Edge and the Senate. It's dead. Even Kamila Harris is vice president the tiebreaker. But Biden, still looking to move fast on some big plans, says he'll move to eliminate the 2017 trump tax cuts and asked lawmakers to take on sweeping immigration reform Any plans to freeze work on the border wall and stop using Pentagon money to pay for it. For what it's worth, Dave Packer, ABC News From ABC News TECH TRENDS General Motors Latest move is into.
"258 points" Discussed on KOMO
"Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 As the inauguration day winds down. One of the big stories is what didn't happen today in D. C From all appearances, it was a peaceful transfer of power. No big demonstrations, no riots. A B C's Andy Field spoke to Rick Vance Ice and ELISA Jaffe from Washington, D. C. And, he says the tens of thousands of National Guard troops certainly seemed to help. It didn't the fact that there weren't really any outside Spectators here. In fact, we saw chatter online in some of the few social media sites there is still left for some of these right wing groups. That they were told to stand down. Don't even risk going up against 25,000 troops in Washington or another cities. And so we saw relatively little unrest. I think also what may have chilled Their excitement about trying to do something like this again is the fact that the FBI has arrested I think over 100 people so far, and these folks are facing serious jail time and As much as you want to overthrow a government and follow a guy who now is no longer in power. You probably want less to go to jail or prison. And so that may have helped stop some of the Problems again as well. Even with that, Andy, I have to admit when I saw the Bidens get out of the beast, the big limo just about the driveway. There, the White House. I was a little concerned. I think a lot of people were that why they did that There could still be problems. You know, having been in that zone and covered virtually every inaugural since the second Reagan inauguration. That is a very secure area in order to get in there. Even the reporters that you saw, I think President Biden did a bit of fist bump or an elbow bump with Some reporters. He's walking down Pennsylvania Avenue. There, you need to go through about four or five levels of very tight security. Even to get to that point. You've been vetted. You have Credentials. So the people who were in those areas were pretty well known to the people who are in security there. I think one of the bigger problems over the last couple of days and we saw this. Was that they had 12 National Guardsmen who removed from duty there. Two of them they thought may have suspected ties to some of these extremist groups, the others they were just being ridiculously cautious. Some of them had some sort of criminal record or something in their background that may have raised some eyebrows and they were removed from their posts there just to be safe. But thankfully we got through the day without any problems, and Joe Biden and Kamila Harris are literally back at work within minutes of arriving in the White House. Let me ask you this when you talked about your experience covering these events. Is this the sign of inauguration days to come Andy? Or or is there feeling that post pandemic It'll be more of a celebration with massive crowds and future inaugurations. Boy, I hope it's not a sign of things to come. These have been Really terrific celebrations. And even with President Trump and the controversial of how big a size of the crowd there was there I was in that crowd. I was on that mall in some of those big, empty spaces. There wasn't the giant crowds that he eventually generated later for some of his big rallies, and the president was all upset about that. And tonight we have the first press conference from Jen Psaki, the new press secretary for President Biden. Much different tone than four years ago in Sean Spicer came out in an ill fitting suit, not expecting to give a press conference at all. I think he borrowed a suit jacket from someone and then proceeded to literally The very first things out of his mouth were lives for the administration, saying that it was a much bigger crowd that it wasn't Which was odd, because virtually no one cared except the president. That's a BCS Andy Field with Ric Van Sites and ELISA Jaffe your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on Coma. News with your propel insurance money Update. Here's Daria Aldinger stocks rallied on a day that Wall Street intersected with Pennsylvania Avenue. The Dow closed up 258 points, the S and P 500, added 53. And the NASDAQ Rose 260, all of the major indices closing at record highs, The markets rallied on encouraging earnings reports and on continued optimism that new leadership in Washington will mean more support for the struggling economy. President Joe Biden, now the nation's 46th president, supports a broader coronavirus stimulus package than his predecessor, Donald Trump. Did UnitedHealth's fourth quarter earnings tumbled is cost from Cove in 19 hit the health insurance provider hard, but the company says its results still beat expectations. The Canadian company behind the Keystone XL oil pipeline is suspended work on the project Mr Biden's Day One plans include revoking a presidential permit for the pipeline, which would carry just short of a million barrels of oil a day from Alberta. The Texas Gulf Coast. Daria holding our ABC News For what it's worth. I'm Dave Packer. The work of the presidential campaign and transition are over now for the Biden administration, the work of governing begins and the always important 1st 100 days. When political watchers say the most can often get done, But Nathaniel Rake, it's election analyst of Fivethirtyeight says. Let's get one thing clear off the bat. More progressive proposals like Medicare for all or single pair option, like Senator Bernie Sanders supports those air definitely off the table because, as we hear from ABC senior Washington reporter Devon's wire, even though Democrats control both the House and the Senate It's with tiny margins in the House Democrats hold just in 11 Vote Edge and the Senate. It's dead. Even Kamila Harris is vice president the tiebreaker. But Biden, still looking to move fast on some big plans, says he'll move to eliminate the 2017 trump tax cuts and asked lawmakers to take on sweeping immigration reform plans to freeze work on the border wall and stop using Pentagon money to pay for it. For what it's worth,.
"258 points" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States. Former CBS News White House correspondent Peter Mayer with a historic context is just no way to overstate the history of the moment of Kamila Harris taking the oath of office. On a Bible that once belonged to Thurgood Marshall, the nation's first black Supreme Court justice and the oath administered by the first Latina on the Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor Big day on Wall Street, the Dow closed up 258 points and the NASDAQ gained 2 60. Now this CBS News Radio is your home for breaking news with our team of reporters around the country and the world. We give you the coverage you can trust state lawmakers lay out a plan to live, more public restrictions. That's one of the stories coming up after Tiger radio, real time traffic, how we doing Tracy Taylor? Well, we're a little on the slower side for drivers on itself, but I find through downtown because of an earlier issue out near I 90 but now I'm watching this lineup on north on four or five from outside of 160th and told him like a The bottle of actually just pass the bottle over Highway with a stillness in that right shoulder lane. That's what's causing this big lineup. Now drivers are experiencing a few delays on south and four or five year 5 20 again as we get out of Factorial to Newcastle. The Valley Freeway has started to thicken up just a little bit as we leave 84th and Central and Kent getting out to emerald Downs and again as we leave Pacific and heading into parts of Sumner. Now the drivers like what again in really good shape, 16 looks pretty good to itself in five little, but this year has become Upsell Center Hill and again getting into parts of federal way. Few more brake lights so outside of the King Pierce County line out towards 54th and five Have it ready by stables has everything you need to start the year. Right? Like home office furniture, the latest tech an organizational supplies. All of amazing prices. Did it first start this year with big savings from Staples. Cairo Radio. Real time traffic. I'm turns to Taylor, now from the Cairo Radio New Center at my Northwest calm. At least five Seattle police officers are now being investigated in connection with the riot at the U. S. Capitol. Several radios, Aaron Granillo reports. All.
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"Miami had seven No. One Joe Biden the past hour so following through on campaign promises working in the White House, signing some executive orders one creating his masking mandate on federal properties, another addressing underserved communities to create a standard of equality. And signing an action to rejoin the Paris climate accord. As of right now, the new Senate majority leader, Democrat Chuck Schumer, mentioning that issue and make no mistake. The Senate will forcefully consistently and urgently address the greatest threat to this country and to our planet climate change renewed Democratic senators have sworn in by Vice President Kamila Harris, George's John Ausaf and Raphael Warnock. And California's Alex Padilla. Her replacement, president, Biden says President Trump did write him a letter he describes. It is very generous, but won't say any more until he's spoken with Mr Trump. Meanwhile, South Florida Democrats are celebrating the inauguration of President Biden West Palm Beach Congresswoman Lois Frankel, taking to Twitter with a video to share her thoughts have a president whose priority is to question Colin and bring back our economy who we signed the Paris Agreement reauthorized, aka Stop Building the Wall Start Funding planned Parent. She refers to Biden as a decent, compassionate man would acknowledge that the day is not so sweet for people who are mourning the loved ones. They've lost. Two covert 19. What was supposed to be along Miami Dade Commission meeting today was cut short by the chairs meeting should never have been posted for today. We have worked and tried to make sure that this meeting is in the best possible way till we start the meeting and we'll work through the issues. Commissioner Jose Pepe idea has recessed the meeting just before 11 30 so everyone could watch the inauguration. The meeting will resume tomorrow morning. Picking up where they left off. Issues still to be addressed include the dredging of the whole of her sandbar and a resolution urging the governor to give police And teachers vaccination priority. Meanwhile, one of the state's longest roads would be known as President Donald J. Trump Highway if a central Florida lawmaker has his way in a Twitter post, state representative Anthony Sabbatini says he'll sponsor an amendment in the upcoming session to rename US 27, which runs from Miami to the Florida Georgia line. In honor of one of the greatest presidents in American history. Broward Sheriff's Office detectives are investigating a sexual battery. And in Oakland Park massage parlor. The victim tells detectives a man came in around 4 30 Monday morning to discuss massage services. There was a dispute over payment and then police say the man pushed the employees into a back room where he sexually battered her before fleeing on foot. Detectives are asking anyone with information to call crime stoppers. Wall Street had a pretty good day. That was a 258 points to close at 31,000 won 80 eights, NASDAQ Up 260 Points S and P 500 added 53. More news coming up at 7 30. It is 704 I'm Al Lewis. NewsRadio. 6 10 w y o d. Now your chance to win $1000 checks the nationwide keyword hope to 202 100. You'll get a confirmation text and impose standard data and message rates apply in this nationwide contest that's hope to 202 100. From the extra Jin temporal Skinner Thermometer Weather Center. We'll see Just a few clouds around us. We go through the nighttime hours of low, eventually dropping down to the upper fifties. Partly sunny and pleasant Sound Thursday a high in the upper seventies sunshine and low eighties Friday with updates around the clock on.
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"Was one of a few dozen that was seen celebrating at Black Lives matter. Plaza New Administration, America's brother Future. While there were a few supporters of President Biden, they were far outnumbered. My police, National Guard and other journalists. Luke Luke w T o P News 6 11 Alan Double d T. O P. President Biden has wasted little time getting to work. He has signed a serious of executive orders from the Oval Office just hours after being sworn in as the 46th president. This Is America's Day. This is Democracy's day Day of history and hope, joining us live politico co founder John Harris. John as always, Thanks for being with us. This was a rather remarkable day when you compare it with past inaugurations. There's no question it was. But I will say that for most people who are gonna be watching this event on television, there was, after all, an element of pageantry to this an element of historic moment to this even without what we ordinarily have a sea of thousands of people out on the mall. I think they did achieve it. And You know, I had wondered about that. Because, as we all know the capitals and kind of an armed state, would this feel like a real inaugural? It all at least to me. It did. Talk about the new president going right into action on on Lian Hour, So after he gets into the White House and just starting signing executive orders that reversing a lot of things that Donald Trump had put into place Well, there's no question about that. And he had promised T do so, um, he's made it clear that you know, right From the start, he's going to rejoin the Paris climate accord. He's going to reverse a lot of the executive orders that President Trump used. Throughout his four years and especially even in the last couple of months since losing the election, I think the inaugural speech they'll make clear that the biggest thing that Joe Biden wants to change from the Trump years is the way that Washington works the way the country's politics works. You know, he said he seeking unity and he wanted to, uh, replace look contempt. The drove America during so much of the trump deers with what he called respect and No, that's going to be a very tall order. But I did think it was an effective speech, at least starting that process and a big dog now unknown. Of course, John is what role the former president will play in terms of Keeping his supporters up and keeping that fight alive. Yes, Of course. We don't know that and certainly unusual to not have the outgoing president there for the inaugural, but you know, it's not reflect on the day. I think that probably was a real gift to Joe Biden because Donald Trump is such a looming presence has been for the last five years in our politics, and so to have him. Not there, I think gave an opportunity for Joe Biden to be seen in his voice to be heard that maybe it wouldn't have been, if if our entire focus had been studying the body language between them or or watching Trump's face or or listening to Trump Makes me make comments immediately after the speech was over, in a sense, getting trump off the stage. Today was a real gift for Joe Biden. We don't know whether he's going to stay off the stage. John always great to talk to you. Thanks for joining us on this historic day. Thank you very much. John Harris is the founding co co founder rather of politico. Let's see what Wall Street did today. Here's Jeff. Now in today, up 258 points and closed at a record. So did the S and P. 500. The NASDAQ Money News in 10 Minutes on wtlv Sports at 15 and 45, powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red and it's 6 15.
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"Quiet. Coming in from the north. The lower deck of 93 is wide open. So is the Tobin Bridge. All the airport tunnels are okay to my king. WBC's traffic on the three. It's gonna check the four day WBC. AKI. Weather forecast. It's brought to us by the sump pump geeks. Brian Thompson had a little bit of snowflake activity. We're gonna have some cold weather than a little bit warmer than a little bit colder again. Little roller coaster here a little bit of everything vendors ago throughout the next few days that we have had some snow showers around this afternoon, er now and early this evening, starting to get a little more spotty, though still a couple of cross Worcester County but not seeing a whole lot else where there's a couple of the Cape as well, but Things reclining down early this evening. It will turn out mostly clear during the evening and then we'll have increasing clouds Overnight Low 22 in Boston will get down into the teens. Inland Cloud's breaking for some sunshine of times tomorrow with the chilly breeze High 35 partly to mostly cloudy. Tomorrow night's maybe a straight flurry of snow shower but shouldn't amount to much alot down to 20 time. Friday. We'll see some sun. It will not be as cold in the afternoon. I don't think the breeze will be all that bad, either Friday's high 42, But it doesn't last Saturday will be windy and colder. Despite some sunshine High 31 real field temperatures will be mostly in the teens Sunday looks dry with sunshine. It's still gonna be cold and then watch a potential storm early next week that could bring some snow or rain Monday night. Into Tuesday night. Thank you, Brother meteorologist. Brian Thompson. WBZ Boston's news radio 30 degrees right now, in Worcester, 37. In Norwood, 32. In Gloucester 36. Degrees in Boston. This is Steve interests. When was the last time you had your sump pumps service? Make your sump pump happy by calling 18444335225 or visit US online at some pump geeks Tuck Kam record setting day on Wall Street, the markets soaring today on this inauguration day. The S and P. 500 is up more than one of the quarter percentage gain of 53 points. NASDAQ Up 260 Points, A gain of nearly 2% of the Dow Up 258 points again records across Wall Street today. 5 26 straight ahead. The news at 5 30, the latest on Inauguration Day, and some executive orders already being signed by the new president. Make this the best winter ever in a brand new all wheel drive 2021 Subaru ascent, starting at 32 to 95 with 0% financing for up to 63 months or lease for only 2 79 per month for 36 months with 31 79 do it, Signing with three spacious rows of seating. The ascent has room for up to eight passengers plus winter gear, thanks to state of the art safety features like symmetrical all wheel drive and eyesight. Driver says. Technology Your family will love playing in the snow buckle up for the best winter ever in the all wheel drive 2021 ascent by with 0% financing or lease for only 2 79 per month. Complete details. It defines your authorized Subaru retailer Visit Subaru of.
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"Raleigh News Radio 700 WLW radar shows clear Sunny skies. It is 36 degrees right now. Hamilton County is that level for purple alert, and it's expected to stay that way when Ohio updates its county by county map tomorrow, Health Commissioner Greg Testament With an update earlier today, while we are in the middle of being purple and still in the middle of this pandemic, please continue to mask social distance and wash your hands. This is how we'll keep our seniors and our population healthy. Until we can get vaccine for everyone who wants it on the county commissioner do these three house has announced a partnership with the county Board of Elections. That facility in Norwood is going to be using the space set up for early voting in order to give covert vaccines. AZM orbit come available following two days of mostly below average covert numbers. The Ohio Department health today saying there are more than 400 new hospitalizations and nearly 40 new ICU admissions since yesterday, 73 new death reports now pushing the state to roughly 1400 covert fatalities just since this year began in Kentucky. The testing positivity rate is just about 11% 49 new deaths reported in the Commonwealth today on Wall Street. Today, the Dow closing up 258 points the NASDAQ Up to 60 and the S and P Up. 53 news radio 700 wlw. Sports College Basketball News. Xavier's Big East game against Georgetown, set for next Wednesday has been postponed due to covert 19 issues within the Hoyas.
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"On with that the FBI has picked up but for the most for a mostly peaceful day here as we are now by the White House back to you already, Thank you. Canada's 4 12. This is America's Day. This is Democracy's day. Day of history and hope every new and resolved That's President Biden using his inaugural address towards people to come together to heal a nation left deeply divided by a tumultuous four years. He took the oath added the U. S capitol that had been battered by an insurrectionist siege just two weeks earlier. Joining us live to talk about it all political White House correspondent Anita Kumar, I need a good to have you back. Thank you so much. Sure. Thanks for having me. You have been taking all this in. You had four years of a very tumultuous time covering President Trump. What are your impressions on this new chapter in American history? Yeah, I was actually at the inauguration, and it just felt really very different, Obviously, because of Corona virus, But even just what the You know the speeches. You know, I was there four years ago, when? When President Trump was talking about the people I even heard people talking about today. American carnage. Remember, he had that line. It's It was a very different tone from President Biden and you know he didn't go into very specific policy details really talked about this unity and it's going to be very hard for him, so I know that he's campaigned on that and but it's going to be tough for him to implement that going forward. You know, he didn't shy away from talking about what happened at the Capitol, Anita Saying that the riotous mob thought they could use violence to silence the will of the people to stop the work of democracy and drive them from sacred ground. How do you think he managed that and then talked about moving forward? I think he had to mention it. It was, you know, just being there everybody was. It was sort of the seeing Everybody was thinking about it was on Lee two weeks ago. That happened. Remember, we were right outside. You know, the inauguration is Right outside the Capitol, and so many people there were talking about it thinking about it. It felt like something you had to say and remember the people that were primarily in the audience for members of Congress. Who, you know, we've heard so many stories from them over the last two weeks about how they were in fear for their lives to it felt like a moment where he had to mention that, but then say, Let's let's figure out a way to try to move on Final 30 seconds or so here. Anita President Biden is taking a different tack. As far as his first few hours in office is concerned he is about to sign what 15 executive orders reversing a lot of what President Trump had done. Give us your initial sense of how this administration is going to pry. Or ties things. Well, it's gonna be tough because they have a lot of priorities, and they're also getting a lot of push from, you know, from the party on different priorities, but But President Biden has said, it's It's got to be Corona virus, and it's got to be the economy. Those two things kind of go hand in hand, so I think you're gonna see him saying Two members of Congress. Look, We've got to get this bill passed. We've got to get money to people. We've got to get the vaccine distributed. I think that's going to be first and foremost, but you're right. Some of these executive actions are on ethics and immigration and other things he did doesn't want to do But Corona virus is going to be the first thing. Political White House correspondent Anita Kumar, Thanks so much for being with us today. Thanks. Thank you. All right. It's 4 15 here on Double d t. O P. And let's find out what happened today on Wall Street. Yes, they did Trade on Inauguration Day. Here's Jeff Kleber, Whether clothes that I was up 258 points and closed at a record, so the S and P 500 the NASDAQ Money News in 10 Minutes on w T o P sports.
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"Law offices of Nick Name it after the inauguration, President Joe Biden is getting to work. President Biden is immediately doing things that will likely frustrate 74 million Americans who voted for now former President Donald Trump. And yet at the same time, President Biden spent a large part of his inaugural address. Stressing unity. He promised to be a president for all Americans. He asked people to disagree with him to hear him out, and he asked all Americans to lower the temperature all while speaking from the very steps that were overrun By that mob just two weeks ago at the White House. Kristin Fisher Fox News Senate Republican leader, Mitch McConnell presented vice president Kamila Harris with an American flag following the inauguration ceremony at the U. S. Capitol building from honor and privilege to present these flags of our nation that were flown over Today's event where the capital Harris is the first woman to be vice president of the United States. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. President Flags to President Biden, A Dallas man sentenced to life in prison for selling marijuana is set free after having his sentence commuted in the final hours of Donald Trump's presidency today. Barrel. Scott's attorney, Britney K. Barnett, says her client had no business serving life behind bars. Mr Scott puts it. Better than me, he says. People are selling marijuana today and getting a life saving. I sold marijuana and got a life sentence, was sentenced on a third strike marijuana charge and spent 12 years in prison before being commuted. Texas business numbers on Wall Street at the closing bell, the Dow up 258 points. NASDAQ Up 260, the S and P 500 Up 53 again the high Today 50. It is 46 degrees from the W B A P News desk. America BUSHMAN Your Next update at 3 30 24 7 Coverage of WB ape calm. This'll is the news and talk of Texas. It's D FW's Court of public opinion with Rick Roberts. No, there's got to be A few.
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"Heart Radio at Fox 31 10 Point Weather Sunny today High in the mid fifties. Tomorrow, it's going to be Here. 50 degrees right now. 58 degrees at DEA President Biden has arrived at the White House after being sworn in as the nation's 46th president in his inaugural address. The president said. America needs unity and with unity there can be progress. We could put people to work in good jobs. We can teach our Children in safe schools, we can overcome the deadly virus. We could reward reward work and rebuild the middle class and make health care secure. For all we can deliver racial justice and we can make America once again. Leading force for good in the world. Colorado Democrat Jason Crowe says he supports President Biden's call for unity. He thinks there's a real chance that Congress will answer that plea with collective action. I do think there's an opportunity for us all to take a step back and the lower the temperature in the room, they say, You know, we have more in common. And some of our differences might suggest, and we got to get some things done. Crow says that the biggest challenge is meeting the pandemic so we could save lives and get the nation's economy back on track. Colorado health officials hope a change in the White House will lead to an improve rollout of covert 19 vaccinations. Governor, Pola says. There's now an easy way for folks to sign up to get the shot. You go to covert 19 dot Colorado got tub and you click on list of providers. You see how the Kaiser your local pharmacy, You don't have to be a network. It doesn't matter whether you've been there before. Over 287,000 Coloradans have been immunized with one dose of the vaccine. So far, the state of Colorado is starting the process of Decommissioning the Colorado Convention Center as an alternative care site for covered 19 patients. State officials believe the site should be returned to Denver counties. Oversight by the end of March. Wall Street closing positive today with the Dow Up 258 points the S and P 500 game 53. The NASDAQ was up 260. Our next news update is a 2 30. I'm Susan Witkin on K O a news radio a 50 A M and 94 1 of them. Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs benefits that may be available to veterans..