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"Local school officials are trying to keep Children safe in a pandemic while their governor picks a fight with them and even threatens their salaries or their jobs. Talk about bullying in schools if they will not help. These governors won't help us speak to pandemic. I'll use my powers President get them out of the way. The Department of Education has already begun to take legal action against states undermining protection. Local school officials have ordered Any teacher or school officials whose pays with hell for doing the right thing. We will have that pay restored by the federal government. 100%, Republican leaders and union chiefs to said it went too far. In fact. Several Republican and the Republican National Committee focused on the order that companies with 100 workers or more require vaccines are weekly testing, calling it unconstitutional and dictatorial overreach. Several of them threatened legal action. Supporters said bits about time now the president is also expanding testing and cracking down on unruly travelers who cause disturbances on federal flights. Tonight. I'm announcing That the Transportation Safety Administration, the PSA Will double the fines on travelers that refused to mask If you break the rules Be prepared to pay. And by the way, show some respect the president, noting that the vaccine mandates follow the lead of several large companies, including WalMart and CVS, the president also pointing out Fox News requires it. And the number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits fell sharply last week to 310,000. That's a pandemic low and a sign that the surge in Covid 19 cases caused by Delta has yet to lead to widespread layoffs. Thursday's report from Labour showed jobless claims dropped from a revised total of 345,000 the week prior to the number of applications has fallen steadily since topping 900,000 in early January. Reflecting the steady reopening of the economy. Democrats are starting to push plans for providing paid family and medical leave that easing climate change and bolstering education through House committees. It's a drive in which Democrats are battling Republicans and themselves over the president's $3.5 trillion spending plan. Five panels were working on their slices of the 10 year pie. It's the early steps and what looms as a front autumn for Democrats are hoping to enact a remarkable remarkable Range of major policy changes. They face solid Republican opposition and internal divisions among progressives and moderates. They can only lose a handful of votes in Congress. If They are to prevail. The U. S and Mexico have restarted high level economic talks after a four year pause as top advisers to President Joe Biden and Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador expressed eagerness to make headway on issues important to them. The talks were launched in 2013 but halted under President Trump's attempt to change the trade relationship with Mexico. Vice President Kamala Harris resumed the talks on Thursday morning. We know that our world is also more interconnected and more interdependent. Than ever before, again highlighting the importance of the partnership and the relationship between the United States and Mexico. Mexico's our closest neighbor, Canada as well and a strategic partner and one of our most important economic relationships, Mexico's economic stability. Is in the interests of the United States. This dialogue.
"310,000" Discussed on AP News
"President Biden's new federal vaccine requirements for as many as 100 million. Americans. Some union leaders and some Republican leaders say he's going too far. AP Washington Correspondent Sagar Madani, the president says most Americans have done the right thing by getting vaccinated. He and they are frustrated by the 80 million who have not been patient. But our patience is wearing thin. And your refusal has cost all of us. Among other steps. He's rolling out sweeping federal vaccine requirements affecting as many as 100 million Americans, including mandating that all employers with more than 100 workers require vaccinations or weekly tests. The moves come as the U. S. Sees a sharp rise in cases the Justice Department is suing Texas over that new state law the bans most abortions, Attorney General Merrick Garland argues that it defies the Constitution this kind of scheme. To nullify the Constitution of the United States is one that all Americans Whatever their politics or party should fear. The Los Angeles Board of Education has voted to require students 12 and older to be vaccinated against the coronavirus to attend in person classes. One board member says This is not about violating anybody's rights. She says it's intended to make sure Children can be safe in school. Ohio's Wright Patterson Air Force Base went into lockdown for several hours overnight as security investigated reports of a gunshot No injuries reported and no threat identified. They gave the all clear early this morning in the NFL season opener. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Dallas Cowboys last night. 31 29 stocks dropped yesterday. This is a P news Almost two weeks after Hurricane IDA blasted coastal Louisiana residents are still struggling. The apes Tim Maguire, Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards says more than a quarter million people in the state remain without power. More than 12. Days after Category four, Hurricane IDA came ashore while much progress has been made. There's still a significant number of people without power the lengthy power outage, adding to the misery and cost the small businesses, especially restaurants that have lost hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of food to spoilage. Business owners from Louisiana to Connecticut are trying to come to grips with not only dealing with insurance companies and FEMA but also how to bring back workers and customers. Those with damaged buildings also face uncertain repair timelines due to shortages of both construction supplies and workers. I'm Tim Maguire, the number of Americans applying for unemployment fell last week to 310,000. I'm Rita Foley. AP News I Mike Rossi, a reporting a former Venezuelan spymaster, is arrested in Spain on US drug charges. Police in Spain have arrested General Hugo Carvajal, a former Venezuelan spy master wanted on narcotics charges in the United States. The arrest in Madrid came nearly two years after Spain's high court issued an extradition order and Carvajal disappeared. Carvajal faces narcotics charges in New York and Florida over alleged ties to Colombian rebels known to control cocaine smuggling routes. Carvajal has denied any wrongdoing. I'm Mike Gracia Montana asked the cord not to block new laws targeting abortion. Montana's Republican attorney general is asking a court not to block enforcement of several new abortion laws. Planned Parenthood filed a suit in the Yellowstone District court, claiming the laws would unconstitutionally restrict access to the procedure in the state. The laws are set to take effect October 1st. They would ban abortions after 20 weeks of gestation and restrict access to abortion pills. The state is represented by the alliance Defending Freedom, a conservative Christian legal group. I'm Walter Ratliff. Ladies and gentlemen, today's opponents on man vs Train at the Crossing. We have Rick £175 frustrated man who's running late for work and on the.
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"Last week fell and reached a pandemic low. Initial unemployment claims dropped to 310,000. Meanwhile, what's going on in our restaurants last month payrolls declined by 42,000 Elizabeth Buchwald at Market Watch. Profiles of pizza Shop in Stephenville, Texas, about 100 miles southwest of Dallas. Elizabeth set this up. So I spoke to a restaurant owner in Texas who has been trying to fill at least five positions on and off for about a year now, and she's saying that people just aren't applying or the ones that do they ghost them for interviews, they quit on the first day. So it's been nearly impossible to just fill these jobs. And as a result, they actually had to close last week for a bunch. When two workers had to sit out who are exposed to Covid and one was on vacation. They simply couldn't manage without So these folks said To a certain extent, it's easy to hire. It's more difficult to hire good people are they not able to find really So in the past, they always said that it was, as you said, it's easy to hire people but harder to find good people. Now they're just not getting people coming in the door at all. You know they're used to people quitting. It's just the nature of the industry. That they've never had this experience where they're struggling to find workers. The restaurant I spoke to works right outside of college campus of about 14,000 undergraduates, so that's usually at the prime Location for for employees to work part time. What's their theory? Elizabeth as to why They are. Out of theories. They thought it might have been unemployment benefits. But those expired in Texas about two months ago. Um they thought it might be Delta. But at the same time they're noticing that people in the area aren't quite taking it that seriously. They're going to bars. You know, they're not really masking. So you know, that's not really what's going on there. They think maybe people just don't want to work altogether. Jeez, we're speaking with Elizabeth Buchwald, Personal finance reporter at Market Watch. She's got a good story entitled why The restaurant industry created no new jobs last month, and it's not like there's a lack of demand, right people going out. Oh, my goodness. There is so much demand. People want to get out. They've been cooking for years. Now, at least a year and a half at home or doing take out the idea of going out when you're vaccinated as something people want to do badly, and the restaurant industry is just struggling to keep up with that. It's a problem. Across states. There's a theory to among some that if you have A problem finding bodies. You also have a payment problem like you're not paying people enough. Do they find that that could be an issue. So I asked them not directly because a lot of industries have found that you know, it's not so you know, it's not so unheard of that you increase wages and more people will apply, but they didn't actually increase wages because They are paying more than other restaurants in the area that do the tipped wage. Um, but certainly again, others have found that offering sign on bonuses or just simply increasing above minimum wage has been successful, but You have to remember. At the same time. The restaurant industry has struggled a lot throughout the pandemic with closures and the lot can't afford to increase wages, but at the same time, need the labor, so they're in a difficult position there. Thanks. Elizabeth. Elizabeth Buchwald at Market Watch, 30 minutes after the hour on this morning, America's first news I want.
"310,000" Discussed on AP News
"Is a P news. I'm Rita Foley. Some are pushing back against President Biden's new federal vaccine requirements for as many as 100 million Americans. Some union leaders and some Republican leaders say he's going too far. AP Washington Correspondent Sagar Madani, the president says most Americans have done the right thing by getting vaccinated. He and they are frustrated by the 80 million who have not been patient. But our patience is wearing thin. And your refusal has cost all of us. Among other steps. He's rolling out sweeping federal vaccine requirements affecting as many as 100 million Americans, including mandating that all employers with more than 100 workers require vaccinations or weekly tests. The moves come as the U. S. Sees a sharp rise in cases the Justice Department is suing Texas over that new state law the bans most abortions, Attorney General Merrick Garland argues that it defies the Constitution this kind of scheme. To nullify the Constitution of the United States is one that all Americans Whatever their politics or party should fear. The Los Angeles Board of Education has voted to require students 12 and older to be vaccinated against the coronavirus to attend in person classes. One board member says This is not about violating anybody's rights. She says it's intended to make sure Children can be safe in school. Ohio's Wright Patterson Air Force Base went into lockdown for several hours overnight as security investigative reports of a gunshot No injuries reported and no threat identified. They gave the all clear early this morning in the NFL season opener. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Dallas Cowboys last night. 31 29 stocks dropped yesterday. This is a P news Almost two weeks after Hurricane IDA blasted coastal Louisiana residents are still struggling. The apes Tim Maguire, Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards says more than a quarter million people in the state remain without power. More than 12. Days after Category four, Hurricane IDA came ashore while much progress has been made. There's still a significant number of people without power the lengthy power outage, adding to the misery and cost the small businesses, especially restaurants that have lost hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of food to spoilage. Business owners from Louisiana to Connecticut are trying to come to grips with not only dealing with insurance companies and FEMA but also how to bring back workers and customers. Those with damaged buildings also face uncertain repair timelines do the shortages of both construction supplies and workers. I'm Tim Maguire. The number of Americans applying for unemployment fell last week to 310,000. I'm Rita Foley. AP News I Mike Rossi, a reporting a former Venezuelan spymaster, is arrested in Spain on US drug charges. Police in Spain have arrested General Hugo Carvajal, a former Venezuelan spymaster wanted on narcotics charges in the United States. The arrest in Madrid came nearly two years after Spain's high court issued an extradition order and Carvajal disappeared. Carvajal faces narcotics charges in New York and Florida over alleged ties to Colombian rebels known to control cocaine smuggling routes. Carvalhal has denied any wrongdoing. I might grow CIA. Montana asked the court not to block new laws targeting abortion. Montana's Republican attorney general is asking accord not to block enforcement of several new abortion laws. Planned Parenthood filed a suit in the Yellowstone District court, claiming the laws would unconstitutionally restrict access to the procedure in the state. The laws are said to take effect October 1st. They would ban abortions after 20 weeks of gestation and restrict access to abortion pills. The state is represented by the alliance Defending Freedom, a conservative Christian legal group. I'm Walter Ratliff. Thank you.
"310,000" Discussed on AP News
"Against President Biden's new federal vaccine requirements for as many as 100 million Americans. Some union leaders and some Republican leaders say he's going too far. AP Washington Correspondent Sagar Madani, the president says most Americans have done the right thing by getting vaccinated. He and they are frustrated by the 80 million who have not been patient. But our patience is wearing thin. And your refusal has cost all of us. Among other steps. He's rolling out sweeping federal vaccine requirements affecting as many as 100 million Americans, including mandating that all employers with more than 100 workers require vaccinations or weekly tests. The moves come as the U. S. Sees a sharp rise in cases the Justice Department is suing Texas over that new state law the bans most abortions, Attorney General Merrick Garland argues that it defies the Constitution this kind of scheme. To nullify the Constitution of the United States is one that all Americans Whatever their politics or party should fear. The Los Angeles Board of Education has voted to require students 12 and older to be vaccinated against the coronavirus to attend in person classes. One board member says This is not about violating anybody's rights. She says it's intended to make sure Children can be safe in school. Ohio's Wright Patterson Air Force Base went into lockdown for several hours overnight as security investigated reports of a gunshot No injuries reported and no threat identified. They gave the all clear early this morning in the NFL season opener. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Dallas Cowboys last night. 31 29 stocks dropped yesterday. This is a P news Almost two weeks after Hurricane IDA blasted coastal Louisiana residents are still struggling. The apes Tim Maguire, Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards says more than a quarter million people in the state remain without power. More than 12. Days after Category four, Hurricane IDA came ashore while much progress has been made. There's still a significant number of people without power the lengthy power outage, adding to the misery and cost the small businesses, especially restaurants that have lost hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of food to spoilage. Business owners from Louisiana to Connecticut are trying to come to grips with not only dealing with insurance companies and FEMA but also how to bring back workers and customers. Those with damaged buildings also face uncertain repair timelines do the shortages of both construction supplies and workers. I'm Tim Maguire. The number of Americans applying for unemployment fell last week to 310,000. I'm Rita Foley. AP News When you get Xfinity Internet flexes.
"310,000" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Jobless claims 310,000 drop from last week of About 30,000 little more than that. That is a new pandemic low, and it was also somewhat predictable as enhanced unemployment benefits went away. Uh, the moratorium on evictions went away. Kids got back to school, The hope was, people would come back to the workforce. So I think that number is reflecting that, at least in a small degree. Also today, Amazon announced they're going to pay 100% of tuition, books and fees for any hourly employee. As all of these companies. WalMart recently just gave a raised to their folks, but all of them are looking at a very competitive landscape in terms of attracting and keeping. Employees. Let's check the final numbers today. Dow Down 1 51 at 34,000 and 79 NASDAQ Down 38 the S and P down 20 points, or about one half 1% Gold up seven at 1800 Announced. 10 Year Bond Yield 1.3% Alright, thanks to Kelly Brothers, California's recall election is fast approaching only five days away. And with it comes some confusion and mixed messages about voting. Secretary of State Doctor Shirley Weber spoke to care bouquets. Nika McGahee's to help sort things out and Nika joins us live. Kitty Election Day is already next Tuesday. So here's what you need to know about how the recall election works and how to cast your ballot Voting one. Oh, one if you will, kitty. Dr. Webber says the ballot has two parts one should we recall and we put in parenthesis removed? A governor Gavin Newsom and its circle Yes or no, You don't have to write a reason or anything. Question number two, says if for some reason, the recall is successful, and the majority of people want to recall him. Who would you choose as a replacement? 46 names on the replacement? There's also right answer. 11. Different right ends that are on that are on our website. Voters can vote on either one or both parts of the recall ballot. If 50% or more vote, no governor Newsom will remain in office until his term ends, which is January 2nd 2023. But if more than 50% vote yes, Newsome will be removed from office and the person with the most votes from the section Second section will replace him. One does not invalidate or make valid one of the other that in in other words, if you say I don't want to recall him But if he gets recall, this is the person I would choose. Doesn't say. Well, because you didn't want to call him. You can't vote on a replacement. Yes, you can. Or if you say yes, I want to recall him. But I don't know who's I Don't vote on number two. That will not invalidate your ballot either. So as long as you're marking the ballot as instructed, Yes and no. One number one. Pick one person underneath. Question number two. Your ballot is valid. But what if I haven't registered to vote? Is it too late? First of all, if they're not registered? It's not too late. California is one of the few states that has a same day registration voting opportunity, so you can actually registered to vote up to September 14th at a pole at a voting centre or your register of voters and be given a ballot. It's a provisional ballot because we have to verify that you haven't voted somewhere else. And you know that there isn't any effort to double vote or that you're actually qualified to vote. You can also drop it off at one of the secure drop box locations in your neighborhood or mail it in. Just make sure it's postmarked by September. 14th Kitty. All right, Nikki McGahee's Thank you Coming up traffic weather will go in depth on the travel market going south, but maybe some good deals..
"310,000" Discussed on KOMO
"I understand this Brown begins recording as the officer gets out of his vehicle and approaches her He's Respect my space. It's covid Brown says. The unmasked officer got closer and was aggressive from the start. Video taken by bystanders shows the officer following her on the beach as she says she was headed for an exit. But then she stops turns around and things escalated. When you see me stop and turn around is because this man Oh, Big man taller than me. Larger than me is literally five ft. Away from me. I feel him. On me. Why did you take your phone out? Oh, I was looking to see who I can call for help at that point, even if somebody didn't answer at least leave a voicemail Say hello. Hi. This is where I am. This is what's happening. If you call me in the morning and you don't reach me. I'm in jail or worse, video shows the officer grabbed for her phone and things get physical. Her phone is not to the ground. As the altercation goes on. The officer eventually gets ahold of her before the two finally separate, and then Brown walks away. She says there were other people on the beach that night, but believes she was targeted. Why did this happen? My honest answer. Black women walking and walking after hours. I guess I looked suspicious. Chicago authorities are now investigating. I saw the video. I was quite disturbed by what I saw. The case has been handed over to Copa, the civilian Office of Police Accountability, a civilian led oversight agency within the Chicago Police Department. In a statement, Copa interim chief Andrea Kirsten says We have a responsibility to investigate allegations of police misconduct and determine if they are well founded, adding If violations did occur. Copa will hold the officer accountable. That officer has been placed on desk duty. But Brown's attorney, Keen and J, Salter says that's not enough. This officer should never be placed in a position of trust. In the city of Chicago again. This experience the trauma is something that I never want to happen to anybody else. Brown says. She's grateful she was able to, in her words, survived the encounter and not become the next hashtag. I hope it's not going to be, uh, say her name type of situation because I'm another person. Um, that was, you know, shot and killed by a cop. And that, you know, it's going to be written off as I'm this. I'm this bad person that resisted arrest. The park was closed. She didn't realize it. That's one thing also, she got to go home that night. It's a lot of people Look at that, she says. She's getting response. Like, Hey, everything's fine. Just let it go and the end of it, But she says it's important to speak out because you can't just wait until there's a tragedy at the end. You can't just wait until there's a death before you point out the incident itself, and that's why she wanted finally speak up. That's a B C S T. J. Holmes reporting Sport 28 KOMO news and your propel insurance money. UPDATES from Frank Miller and S and P fell for the fourth straight day, off around a half percent. The NASDAQ off by a quarter of 1% stocks were higher earlier in the day after the Labor Department released a report showing a bigger than expected drop in first time claims for unemployment benefits. Last week. Initial jobless claims fell 35,000 to 310,000. Traders also continue to ponder the direction of monetary policy following the release of the Fed's beige book report. Wednesday. The Fed said that economic growth slowed to a moderate pace in early July through August due to the delta vary it along with international travel restrictions. Crude oil futures dropped around 2% today amid reports that China is planning to release some oil from its national reserves about 77% of U. S. Crude production in the Gulf remains offline due to damage from Hurricane Ida. That's your money now. Catch money news on camo at 20 and 50 past every hour. Hang on. We're going to check. See if there's any rain in the forecast coming up and the latest on traffic. Next information is power. Everything you need to know. Before you get to work. The coma Morning News with Greg her short and Man of Factor on Co Mo News, 1000 FM, 97.
"310,000" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"John McCain or Eric Bill said in for John She's Melissa Barkley, well as the 20th anniversary of the 9 11 attacks approach on Saturday. History teachers. Have you ever thought about this history? Teachers have a big job of explaining about the dark day in U. S history to kids who weren't even born yet What questions do students have? How do personal stories bring that data life as they teach it? Well, it all first starts at what the kids already know about the day students. I see now that weren't even born. It all depends on what schools they went to how much in depth they went as to how much knowledge they have about it. US teach history teacher at Riverside, a university high school, Alan vein, he teaches freshmen and juniors there. He tells me how he begins the history lesson on that tragic event. I start out by finding out what they even know about it. You know, it's amazing. The wide range of Knowledge that the students have some are, you know, I think it was a bombing. Uh, some think it was in a certain areas that it wasn't some know all about it that it was Involve planes and other things like that, but first got to find out what they know and then start to expand on it. Yes, that really kind of depends on what they've learned through the years if their parents talk about it, Mr Bass says the way he teaches about the event every year kind of evolves up until recently, when the troops were still in Afghanistan, and they're now out. Well, now it's over, but we're involved in this war that was ongoing afterwards that seemed to continue. Continue continue and The unsure itty of what our objectives were. Were they reached by, you know, capturing and killing. Osama bin Laden was at the end of it, or it's still going on. So it did change. However, the main purpose was to get kids to understand the gravity of that day. So it's kind of interesting the kinds of questions that students have for Mr of a When it comes to 9 11. Maybe some things that you wouldn't really think of. They often have kind of insecurities about is that something that could happen here early on when I go over it, you know, they know where New York is. They have a good idea where New York City is, but they're not aware of the density and How actually crowded the entire area, the metropolitan areas surrounding it, and I show them all that stuff. And, you know, I reassure them that Milwaukee is probably relatively low in the pecking order for places that That's something like that would ever happen. But you know, that's often a question they have is could that happened here? Why would they do that? Why would they target those buildings? You know, and things like that, you know, and students are often curious. It's kind of the car crash syndrome. You know, It's like something you have to sit and watch and you're curious about it and why this happened and what's going on? And you know, kids just get a better sense of What's happening today, kind of if they have a better understanding about what happened in the past. So when it comes to actually teaching the curriculum, especially the week leading up to 9 11, sometimes it lands in the middle of the week. But this year it's on a Saturday, he says. Every teacher does it differently. Some do it in a unit on conflict and resolution. Others do it chronologically. But, he says this year Personally since it lands on Saturday. He teaches a little bit every day, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and then by Friday, he goes into greater depth in detail on the day and I kind of like the way Mr Bae put it, we generally you know a little bit little bit little bit little bit light, but we have everything else we have to cover in U. S history keeps getting longer and longer. Well, that is true, and he's got. He's got a big job to do in a lot of lot of questions to answer. That's funny. It reminds me of the 9 11 Memorial in kiosk. Um it's also an education center, and the whole idea is to do that, to like, continue to teach and make sure people understand what's happening and still happening. From that. Thank you, Melissa. Good stuff. Time now for news much money. It's Sam's ECU. It's with the drinking Associates. Market. Update. US. Stocks fell today as Covid 19 concerns blunts growth prospects. The Dow Jones industrial average dropped 151 points while the S and P 500 index declined. 5000.46% and the NASDAQ composite lost 0.25. Helping sentiment was a better than expected weekly reading on jobless claims claims came in at 310,000, which was below expectations of 335,000 claims. This marked another fresh low for the pandemic era. Several airlines lowered their forecasts because of the researchers In Colbert, United Airlines, American Airlines and Southwest Airlines each gave cautious comments, however, their stock remain in the green. And Boston Beer tanked 3.75% after pulling its earnings guidance amid slowing growth in its heart salsa brand for Drake in Associates, Sam Zap Quits Financial Advisor News radio WTMJ This is Bob and Mike Hand guide from Brillo. Home Improvements. Chip and Joanna do some nice looking work, don't you boys? Yeah, kind of reminds me of a certain local company that can do work.
"310,000" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"And John did with Alex from ever clear they're jamming right now at the Miller letter is literally I opened the door to our studio, and they were playing Father of mind when we had father of mind playing on on the radio, so ever clear is jamming right now in the Miller Lite Oasis, Jazzy Jeff is playing right now, Generac and soul. Asylum also Bringing it bringing some heat? Yeah, exact same time. These were 10 o'clock shows in 2000 and two right? It's like I wonder if fans are cool with it. You know what I mean? It's like you're going to go from packing the rock stage and it's going to be loud and nighttime there than outside. All right. Well, that's what they can get at this point over. Is that OK? I totally agree with that. Absolutely all right. For 28 news about your money. Now it's drinking Associates in the WTMJ market Update. US stocks fell today as Wall Street reacted to stronger than expected weekly jobless claims and ongoing concerns about the impact of the covid 19 pandemic. The Dow Jones industrial average drops 151 points, while the S and P 500 index declined. 2.46% and the NASDAQ composite lost 0.25. Jobless claims data were also in focus with new applications for unemployment benefits, falling 35,000 to a new post pandemic low of 310,000. Over the week ending September. 4th and General Motors shares were down around 1% after the carmaker extended to shut down times of several North American plans. Amid the ongoing shortage in global semiconductor supplies and the recall if it's Chevy Bolt battery for drinking Associate Sam Zap quits Financial Advisor News radio WTMJ Wisconsin's afternoon news on Wisconsin's radio station news radio. WTMJ 4 30, I'm Eric Bill said. In for John, Mark your your top story. President Biden announces a new plan to get more people vaccinated. I'm Melissa Bar claim. Milwaukee Sheriff is hoping for another job. Greg Matte sick. What a great day to tour the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Plocica and an accident.
"310,000" Discussed on WTOP
"76 degrees Brought to you by mattress warehouse. Buy with confidence with a one year price guarantee. Only at mattress warehouse. Sleep happens. Don Come to 40 now. W T o P. The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell to 310,000 last week. That's a new pandemic low. The report from the Labor Department indicates were on pace to reach the average level before the pandemic in several weeks. Joining us live on Skype to talk all about it. Mark Hamrick, senior economic analyst for bankrate dot com, How you doing, Mark? Very well. Good to be with your boat. Hey, how would you characterize this week's report? I think fairly reassuring. It's been a fairly steady climb lower for these new jobless claims. And now there were at the level of 310,000 on the new claims. And these are the programs that the states all reported, including D. C. We're about 100,000 above where we were. Before the pandemic began. Of course, we still have an elevated number of Americans who have continued to receive unemployment assistance. And as we know, with this week we're seeing essentially the end of the additional and extended benefits that were under the pandemic programs. There are still concerns about whether this latest latest covid surge is going to put a drag on the recovery. What are you seeing right now? Well, it's already put a drag on the recovery way of Goldman Sachs, for example, ratchet back its estimate for the for the current quarter, but and basically then push that economic activity end of the final three months of the year. I think that if we do get some relief from Covid here in the coming weeks and months, essentially we could probably see some restoration of the things that Americans were basically thinking they could do all summer long and then, basically as August in July hit Began to cool it a bit. It's also weighing on the global economic recovery. But of course, there's no shortage of things doing that. And as we've discussed in the past, one of the biggest of those is the global supply chain disruptions, which is keeping cargo ships parked off the West Coast. We don't have enough capacity to get things on trains across the country shortage of truck drivers, and so we're expecting. The forecasts are for a strong holiday shopping season. But it may be that Americans aren't going to find all of the things on Store shelves that they would like or expect. Besides that mark are there any other economic trends you're looking at? Well, we continue obviously to watch inflation and the tight job market and inflation has been a more significant and persistent problem than basically anyone expected. But the expectation also is that once we get into next year, we alleviate some of those supply chain disruptions. And we also have basically a better year over year analysis to provide meaning will be coming off of higher prices. I think we'll get some relief into next year on inflation Mark. Thanks as always, Thanks. Thank you. Mark Cameron, senior economic analyst for bankrate dot com. We're going to check out sports in just a moment. It's 2 43 national Industries for the.
"310,000" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"This morning. We talked about very early this morning. Here on news radio 600 Kogo, the U. S jobless claims fell sharply to a post pandemic low of 310,000. That's some great news because our jobless claims fell by 35,000 in the week ending last week, September 4th. That's according to Labor Department just this morning. That's the lowest level of claims. Since the pandemic struck in March of 2020, So that's that's some good news. Remember, Yesterday we had the breaking news that job openings surged to a record 11 million in July. So as jobless claims fall in job openings increase That's a good news bad news story because there's plenty of demand for workers. There's more job openings and there are employed workers and getting the two matched up is going to contribute to a very strong labour market heading into 2022. So we'll see how that works out. Investors on the whole enjoyed a pretty fairly decent run this year, and now the attention is going to be on these jobs as well as inflation. And this morning markets reacting favorably, guys, Dow Jones NASDAQ s and P all in the green this morning by about 4/10 of a percent across the board, Dow Jones up 100 and 41 points 1 35,072 There s and P up 11 at 45 25 NASDAQ up 46 A parting had 3 15,033 so looking very solid on Wall Street this morning coming up here at 7 55 Guys. Apple's event is next week, and it's unveiling some new iPhones Pretty big event coming up. I'll tell you all about it just Oh, I bet they'll be cheap, too, huh? Got a few minutes. Their number one market is their number one revenue driver, So that's where they make all their money. I'm not thinking they're going to be any less expensive. Probably not buy one. Get one free. No, nothing like that. Not ever. Thank you. Silly. All right. We'll talk to you later. Police department saying Enough is enough in one part of the town Is it plans to increase patrols will tell you where and why. Plus your traffic your weather. Kogo news time. 7 27. Congratulations, Harry or given of Chula Vista. You're going to the zoo. I want to introduce you. The Thundercats Technology. Thunder. Cat Technology is a premier provider of solutions not only for government organizations but educational institutions and commercial enterprises as a leader in cybersecurity..
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"Jobless claims came in at 310,000. That was well below expectations of 335,000. It's after a disappointing August jobs report that was released last week. The Federal Reserve meets later this month, and investors are concerned the central bank will move to start slowing down its 120 billion in bond purchases. At the opening bell, the Dow and S and P 500 were both down. The NASDAQ was In the green. And United Airlines is warning its workers of being grounded if granted religious exemptions from getting the Corona virus VACCINE. CNBC reporting the air carrier will put those employees on a temporary unpaid leave. But employees who are denied a religious exemption face termination unless they roll up their sleeves By September. 27th our next money update comes your way at 8 15 I'm Connor Shreve on Cableway News. RADIO Sports With BK Broncos getting ready for the regular season as they prepare for the giant. You would think a dozen years in the league would call players nerves. But as the Broncos get ready to kick the season off their oldest player safety green, Jackson said yesterday he still gets butterflies when the first game comes around. Yeah, definitely definitely still nervous, but end of the day, you know, just remember, it's still football. Whether or not the Broncos will have the services of Pro Bowl linebacker Bradley Chubb remains a question mark. He skipped yesterday's practice. Here's that Patrick Fangio When asked if Chubs ankle issue is lingering a little longer than you expected a little bit. It's just been slow to come around. The Broncos opened the season at the giant Sunday at MetLife. I get your broadcast day started with Broncos warm up at eight institute 25 kick off from the Big Apple. Mr Who's made in Cooperstown, New York yesterday, Larry Walker became the first player in Colorado Rockies history to be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Vancouver native also made history for his home country. I.
"310,000" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Air Thursdays at 7 30. PM Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly For the first time since the U. S military withdrew from Afghanistan. The Taliban are allowing a commercial flight to leave the airport in Kabul. Qatar Airways flight with some Americans among the more than 200 people aboard will be heading to Doha. Charter planes at the airport in Mazari Sharif, north of the Afghan capital, are still waiting to leave. Hundreds of passengers. They're also include Americans. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin says a potential resurgence of Al Qaeda in Afghanistan is a concern now that the Taliban control the country. I think the whole community is kind of watching to see what happens and whether or not Al Qaeda Has the ability to to regenerate in Afghanistan. Austin was speaking earlier today to reporters in Kuwait City Across the border in Pakistan CIA Director William Burns met with that country's army and intelligence chiefs today. Later today, President Biden is expected to detail a broad plan designed to halt further spread of the coronavirus as the country heads into the fall and winter months. The six point proposal will include calls for wider testing and vaccine mandates in schools. First time claims for unemployment benefits in the U. S. Fell to 310,000 last week. That's the lowest number since the coronavirus pandemic began more than a year ago. This is NPR news Live from KQED News. I'm Brian White. Chevron is suing local air regulators over a new rule that would force the companies Richmond Refinery to cut pollution KQED Stead, Goldberg reports. The board that oversees the Bay Area Air Quality Management District approved a proposal in July that would require Chevron and the PBF refinery in Martinez to drastically reduce the particulate matter. Their facilities admit In its complaint filed in Contra Costa County Superior Court Tuesday, Chevron says the district overstated the public health benefits of the new rule and understated its costs. It says local air regulators ignored state law that they're rulemaking was flawed and based on faulty science. Chevron wants a judge to stop the rule from taking effect. Agency leaders. Health advocates and environmentalists say the rule is needed to protect the health of the people who live near the refineries and the air they breathe. A district representative, though, declined to comment on the lawsuit. I'm Ted Gilbert, KQED News. San Francisco and San Jose are in the top five most expensive metro areas in the country to rent single family homes. That's according to a new report from the rental listing DWells E. Its CEO Jonas Bordeaux, says that since January rent for single family homes across the Bay Area has gone up 9%. Single family rentals are outpacing apartments. Demand for single family homes is really driven by people wanting their own space. That was also a move towards places that have less density in general. So away from the San Francisco's and towards the San Jose is San Jose was fourth on the list of most expensive areas with an average monthly rent of $3450..
"310,000" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Now to get old check on money and business. And with that, let's get over to Kelly Brothers, a cap trust Kelly. The president's going to announce the venture new possible mandates today our businesses looking at these and potential for how they'll implement and you know it could impact them economically, if they can only sort of half the people. No, absolutely, Cristina. Good morning. I mean, there's a I mean, there's some things the president can do by executive action, and there's some things he needs to get through Congress. And the tough part for the president right now is that politically with an approval rating as low as it is, it's it's tough to really twist the arms of some of the centrists who really determine what's going to happen. Especially. We've seen this already with his infrastructure bill with his plans for tax increases to pay for the infrastructure bill, So you know all that has not gotten attraction. That many thought he would be able to get given the fact that he really has control over both the House and the Senate. And yet still not much getting done on that front. So, um You know, we'll see exactly how it all plays out. But I think what we've learned with this administration is what is thrown out initially will probably be, but it is true with any administration really, but we'll we'll probably look far different in its final form. Jobless claims 310,000 for the last week. That is another new pandemic low, So we are trending in the right direction there. And this obviously kind of predicted, just given the fact that those enhanced unemployment benefits are beginning to go away. And there are so many jobs open. As a matter of fact, yesterday we got the number 10.9 million. Job openings most in this country ever about a million more than had been expected, also must note that even though Zuma saw a decline in its growth pattern Um, and a number of pandemic era stocks did the same Lululemon people still love wearing their Lulu's There. There, it looks like they're going to surpass their 2023 revenue goal this year. I mean, they are selling two men. They're selling to women. They're selling for work. They're selling for leisure. Very comfortable. Yeah, people aren't they're not going back there. Not going back to polyester. Let's put it that way. And also it looks like the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade will be live and in person again after going virtual last year. Let's check the real time numbers. Dow's down 68 points yesterday it'll drop another 20 off the opening bell Today will open at 35,031. NASDAQ and S and P both slightly lower Yesterday will open a little bit lower again today. Gold up six right at 1800 Bucks an ounce Oil up over 1% 10 Year bond Yield 1.33 Kelly, thank you very much. This morning. We're rolling out audio clips from both Republicans and Democrats in the closing days of the recall campaign and now to an audio clip from Caitlyn Jenner with KFBK is Tom Sullivan. Jenner says that there are similarities between her campaign and Arnold Schwarzenegger when he won the recall in 2000 and three Do. I think it's going to be easy. No, not at all. But you have to fight. We have to save this state. Actually, When I first thought about doing this, I had been contacted by some people. And they said, Hey, I think you should make a run at this and I thought at first. Why would I want to do that? But the first person I called Was Arnold. I've known Arnold since 1975 and I said Arnold, I'm thinking about this haven't made a decision yet, But you're the first person. What do you think? And he said this, he said. You know what Campaigning was a lot of fun, he said. I really enjoyed meeting two people going out campaigning, he said. Once you get to Sacramento He said it but it doesn't mean you can't get things done. Um, you can, but you have to fight for everything. Schwarzenegger did struggle with that. How to negotiate his way and navigate his way through Sacramento. He did. I mean, he was a very moderate Republican. Married to a significantly I mean is significant Democrats. Big D? Yeah. Yeah. So Yeah, he did. He did have trouble navigating certain things. Will be while rolling out more clips, not just from Caitlyn Jenner but from candidates from both sides of the aisle as the campaign winds down because Tuesday is the day right next Tuesday. It is all right coming up. We're going to get a preview of the president's speech today, he's going to wait going to make some some pronouncements on Covid like he has a six pronged plan. He's going to lay out for getting these numbers down. I mean, the country is more than half vaccinated now. Yet covid numbers are up 300% year to year. We will also take a look at economics, the cost of moving to the city and what is that? What's the price tag on that right? And we'll have more sound from that principle that Sacramento based principal who is following a local family in Afghanistan, in contact daily. That are currently in hiding from the Taliban. Connect with your community Building a better Sacramento KFBK. Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil news. You can trust all ankles. Both sides. Fact based information on Sacramento's news 93.1 a FBK. There was a time when keeping your word held special significance. At.
"310,000" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"As Americans who've been cooped up during the cove in 19 lockdown are expected to hit the freeway's even though gas prices are up. Many are determined to get away. We're looking at potentially 37 million people. Taking a trip this holiday weekend and over 34 million of those folks are going to do it in a car. That's Tripoli's Andrew grows, saying that Americans will drive 50 miles or more for Memorial Day weekend, even though those guest prices were 26 year high. Just above $3 a gallon. Senate Republicans are blocking the formation of an independent commission to investigate the January 6th attack on the Capitol. The tally failed to hit a 60 vote threshold Friday. Most Republicans voting against it. House Republicans are calling for an investigation into the origins of Cove in 19. They sent a letter to Speaker Nancy Pelosi signed by over 200 Republicans. Minority Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana. Pointed out. Democrats have had no hearings on the infectious disease lab in Wuhan, China, as some believe may be involved with the virus. The six second TIC tac video of a mouse enjoying some meat at whole foods. Is going viral, a show Bala has the details. Britney Ellis was shopping at the Columbus Circle location when she spotted movement in the Butcher's case pulled out my phone and I'm like, let me record this because this is one in a billion. There's a mouse. Just relax in there eating lunch like nobody's business. Whole Foods said in a statement that they removed all products in the case. Performed a deep cleaning and brought in a third party service for a thorough inspection. Meanwhile, the munching mouse has been viewed well over two million times so far on TIC tac. That is one smart mouth. That is a show Kuala Reporting. I'm Dean YouTube. Southwest Airlines is banning the passenger who punched a flight attendant for life, the Dallas based airline announced 28 year old Viviana Quintana's can never fly on their planes again. Witnesses say she repeatedly ignored instructions became both verbally and physically abusive upon landing on a flight to San Diego. Winona's was arrested and charged with causing bodily injury. Feel free to enjoy your bank yard barbecue this holiday weekend without wearing a mask. If you're with a smaller group of people, you can safely gather unmasked Children with vaccinated unmasked adults, Dr. Kavita Patel says the risk is low for Children who have not gotten the shot and vaccinated adults to go massless. She added that it's probably safe to not wear a mask in larger gatherings. As long as you use common sense, many Americans are planning to either travel or gather for the Memorial Day weekend. After having spent most of the past year lemony activities because of the pandemic, A medical study is reporting a record amount of smokers worldwide. Research done by the Lancet shows. 1.1 billion people smoke tobacco globally in 2019. The study shows smoking tobacco accounted for over 200 million deaths In the last 30 years, 10 countries made up two thirds of the global tobacco smoking population. Some of which include the U. S. China and Russia. The chief medical officer for the American Lung Association, says tobacco use will decrease with continuous effort and pressure from the government and public The reward for information about a deadly road rage shooting involving a six year old in Southern California, keeps growing eight in Leo's was killed earlier this month on a freeway and orange and the reward now stands at $310,000. His mother was driving. When the shooting happened. Aiden told her his stomach hurts and Dean Mutual And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg News from the man accused by police of shooting three people in Times Square earlier this month, has been extradited to New York City there. Akane Mohammed, who's 31 was extradited from Florida, where he was arrested days after the shooting. Mohammed is charged with attempted murder, assault, reckless endangerment and criminal use of a firearm. A four year old girl from Brooklyn and two women were hurt in the shooting on May 8th Trouble, including a large fine maybe coming for Deutsche Bank. We're hearing the Federal Reserve is privately told Deutsche Bank that its compliance programs aren't up to snuff, signaling that the bank is failing to follow a number of past accords with US regulators. Credit squeeze is cutting ties with Softbank Group Corp. A backer to Lex Green cells collapsed empire and its temporarily barring clients from withdrawing all of their cash from a fund that invests with Renaissance technologies. This after investors in the fund rushed for the exit. It's also considering retention bonuses for top performers to stabilize the business. Manhattan's billionaire's row will soon feature a men's homeless shelter. These despite a three year effort to stop it. We hear more from Bloomberg's Denny's Pellegrini, residents of the city's priciest street fought tooth and nail to halt. Mayor de Blasio is $60.8 Million Plan to open 150 bed. Men shelter in the closed parks have a hotel. At 1 58 West 58th Street, The West 58th Street coalition brought the suit back in 2018. But the New York Court of Appeals has now ruled that a lower court overstepped its bounds in sending that case back to Manhattan Supreme Court. And all this means that the homeless shelter will be back to back with 1 57 that's considered the city's most expensive high rise. Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg Radio. Nike said It ended its partnership with Brazilian soccer star Neymar after he wouldn't cooperate in a probe of sexual assault allegations against him. Made by a company employee. Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This.
"310,000" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Authorities say the suspected gunmen of the deadly sad news a rail yard shooting had an arsenal of weapons at his home in Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office explained a search found about 22,000 rounds of ammo at a dozen firearms. Suspected Molotov cocktails and cans of gasoline were also found it Sam Cassidy's residents they reward for information about the deadly road rage shooting involving the six year old in Southern California keeps growing. And Leo's was killed earlier this month and a freeway in orange at the reward now stands at $310,000. Apple is releasing a redesigned version of their airpods, Bloomberg says, and you design features a shorter stem on each air as well as a new case design. Apple has also been testing the air pods pro design, ditching the stems altogether and includes a new motion sensing technology used for fitness tracking. That was a quick look at the latest news. I'm Angelico be Oh ha! From the Sacramento traffic. Pity being 9 33 Bob Williams from the cab Trust Traffic center. Two vehicles damaged by an object on the roadway don't know exactly what it is. It is 50 westbound. Just West. The Bradshaw wrote on ramp across the number four and five lanes and try to get traffic break to get this out of the roadway before anyone else has their vehicle damaged. Still some slow going on 80 eastbound is better through Fairfield. Now that's slowing is going to come between 6 80 towards Dixon. And then again after 1 13 to pass riches Boulevard in the Davis area than that we're looking good. It is a maximum enforcement period. CHP is going to be out in force until midnight on Monday. Were they looking for? You're not wearing your seat belt. You driving distracted? Yes. That means you using your cell phone while you're driving. And you under the influence of well, whatever traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Next traffic attended a three from the capitalist traffic center. Bob Williams News 93.1 K Every gang now Sacramento weather And she clawed said, I go, but I low of 53 to 57 a good amount of sunshine before I 85 to 89.
"310,000" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"6 80 wcbm. You're listening to underwriters corner of your host, Bill Parisi. Welcome back to the underwriters corner. You know, I started off the show by giving you this rule of thumb. That unless your loan amounts around $200,000 or higher and your interest rate is, let's say three and three quarters or higher. Sometimes a refinance is not worth it. But you have all the loan officers of first preference in the office. Sometimes you have other options. You know, maybe you you're alone amounts. Not gonna You know, your payment's not gonna go down $200, but what you want to do was pull cash out. And pay off a visa. That's been costing your $400 a month for the past 25 years and never seems to go down. You're paying 18% interest rate on that. So there are some other options that you want to do. You have all of the loan offices in the office. Just call them up and get it. If it's not a good time to talk to them, get their name and their cell phone number so that you can call them when it's a better time for you. They always answer their cell phones again. There. 800 number is 3 to 1. 5555 Give them a call and get their information. And and look at your options. Now, let me tell you something. People call me. They say, Bill. I tried to put a contract in three times and I keep losing it to someone else. What do I do about this? Let me give you an example. You know, just a year ago. Just Blair. A year ago January we were doing interest rates at 4%, 3 and 7/8. We thought three and 7/8 was just so wonderful People were buying refinancing and doing everything. Three and 7/8. Well, now we're in the twos. And it seems like 100 years ago that they were three and 7/8. But you have to look at something. Let's say in about 3456 months, Let's say, Let's not say they go to hell in a hand basket, but let's say the interest rates go up slowly and they go back up to 4%. Do you realize this? But if you're looking to buy a house And even if you get the house, let's say for three they're asking $300,000 and you get the house for $300,000 but have to pay 4%. Your payment. Your principal and interest would be 14 32. But if you bought the house today, even if you had to go to $310,000 I've got the two and three quarters interest rate. Your payment is almost $230 on $240 cheaper. Even though you went to 3 10, So that's what's happening out there. You could even go to 3 20. As long as you grab that two and three quarters interest rate, your payment is still $150 cheaper than it would be a 300,000. At 4%. That's why people are jumping on these houses. And you want to know this. When you're out there looking at houses you want to keep in the back of your head with talking about interest rate. We're not so much talking about sales price. You know, when you have to sit, you wouldn't but I had a customer the other day. They say, Bill, we lost this house. All we wanted to do is go home and discuss it and we were debating between 3 25 and 3 30. I said you were And he said, We finally agreed on the 3 30, but when we went back to the real to the house was gone. I said, Well, what were you debating? Well, 3 25 and 3 30. That's five grand. They wanted more than we were willing to pay. When the interest rates are two and three quarters. That five grand Changes your payment. Are you ready for this? By 20 Bucks. 20 bucks a month. And for that you lost the house. With $20 a month. When they heard that they got a little hysterical, I said, But you gotta know that going in. So you have to know when that's what I mean. By getting your ducks in order If you talk to a loan officer Find out what you qualify for. And you know, you have to give the loan officer permission to run your credit. They have to have your crit not only your credit score, but they have to know what your debts are. So that when you tell them what your income is, they can qualify you without having your credit report in front of them. They can't help you. And, you know, people say, Well, Bill doesn't that hurt my credit? No, It doesn't hurt your credit for a loan officer to run your credit once but twice in a month. If they ran it 789 times in a month. Yeah, but there's no reason to do that. When you're talking to a loan officer, they have to have your credit report and then with your income they could. They could tell you what program is best for you and everybody's. You know, everybody's different. Some people want to put out 20% down payment. Some people say, Bill I want to get in as little as possible. Some people, you know what we'll say Bills or any program where you don't have to put any money out. And there are programs like that. That's what I'm saying. When you talk to a real live loan officer and not a Web page, you could discuss your options. And you have a captive audience of loan officers. You know, I can't during the week and any other time they're in and out of the loan Officers don't just sit in the office there out meeting with Realtors. Or they're out meeting with a borrower or they're at a settlement table. They're in and out of the office meeting with their processor. So it's hard to in a normal market. It's hard to get ahold of a loan officer. So that's why when I tell you that you have all of them sitting in the office right now. This is one time you don't get voice mail. You get to talk to the loan officer. That's a big deal. Get yourself a loan officer just get their name and their cell phone number then when it's more convenient for you when you're sitting home with a cup of coffee, you can call them up and say, Can we talk about this? Can you give me some options here? That's the best thing I can do for you, and it's the way you get started is the way everybody gets started. Who's looking to purchase a home or if you're looking to refinance? You want to.