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"33 million" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:02 min | 3 months ago

"33 million" Discussed on KGO 810

"Flexible terms, competitive rates and personal service. Visit Redwood. See you dot org's Redwood Credit Union for all that you love equal housing lender. Woman is recovering from a bullet wound in her leg after food. She was shot during an attempted car jacking. It happened about eight last night in front of the Grand Hyatt Hotel near SFO. Police looking for suspects It's another light at the end of the pandemic Tunnel, the F market and dwarves. Streetcars will start rolling again in San Francisco this month Service was canceled on the historic offline due to the pandemic last March. According to S. F mth trains from Castro to Fisherman's Worf will start to run again. May 15th ALM UNI Metro subway stations will be reopened. As well as full rail service. On the end, Judah between Ocean Beach and Caltrain, students and faculty say not so fast on a proposal to cut 65% of classes and programming at City College of San Francisco. Insistent school is a vital training ground for San Francisco businesses. Adele fails. Carpenter is a city college graduate and instructor and women's and gender studies who's facing a layoff herself. He says. This is not aligned with President Biden's goal of offering two years of free community college to all Americans. But while things are moving in one direction nationally, San Francisco is really moving in another and is poised to continue to cut instruction and programs at City College, right when we need it most About 200 instructors would be laid off as the college faces a $33 million shortfall for the coming school year. Senator Alex Padilla says he's introducing a bill to protect one that million acres of California wilderness. The measure would preserve redwood forests along the North Coast and created trail stretching all the way from Monterey County to Los Angeles, Among other projects, this bill Fights the under lying causes of climate change. And it brings additional federal resource is to bear on the problems we face today, including managing wildfires safely preserving clean.

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Most Adults Should Be Eligible for COVID-19 Vaccine by April 19

America's First News Show

01:59 min | 4 months ago

Most Adults Should Be Eligible for COVID-19 Vaccine by April 19

"With all adults to become eligible over the The next five weeks. This week. Thanks to my administration intensive work with vaccine manufacturers and distribution efforts. The amount of vaccines that are going to be available for vaccinators vaccination sites will be a new record 33 million doses of the vaccine this week as I do my part to accelerate the vaccine distribution vaccinations. I need the American people do their part as well. Mask up mask up. It's a patriotic duty. It's the on leeway we ever get back to normal. Thanks for all the work we've done these past 10 weeks. He had his steps. I'm announcing today with them. I'm pleased to announce at least 90% of all of those in this country. Will be eligible. You vaccinated by April, the 19th. Just three weeks from now, So we're moving toward 90 90 by April 19th That is by April 19th. Three weeks From today, 90% of adult people over 18 and over will be eligible Get vaccinated. 90% of all Americans will be living within five miles of a place they could get a shot. Hours earlier during a virtual White House health briefing, Dr Rochelle Walensky, head of the CDC grew emotional as she reflected on her experience treating patients who are alone at the end of their lives. I'm gonna pause here. I'm gonna lose the script and I'm going to reflect on the recurring feeling I have of impending doom. We have so much to look forward to so much promise and potential of where we are and so much reason for hope. Right now. I'm scared. We have come such a long way. Three historic scientific breakthrough vaccines and we are rolling in mouth so very fast. So I'm speaking today. Not necessarily. Is your students to director or Not

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"33 million" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:14 min | 4 months ago

"33 million" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Football writers in America, Tyler done, Ty. Good morning How we doing? Morning, DEA. I'm good. I'm good Help you I'm good as well, buddy. I appreciate you being with us, and I think that the dance night our story is the big one because you got credited a lot of places for breaking this news. Let's start there. Had you sniff this one out how to come together and what you learn. I think it's just it's a relationship business writing and you kind of meet people along the way. I talk to people along the way and learn how to trust. Maybe who not to trust just kind of that. Just how it kind of goes, you know, Cover the NFL, but, yeah. Hurt this that and was able to roll with it. And as we kinda, I guess it was just Them. There's a lot of follow up stories everywhere. With all the details. I'm sure we'll get into. But the gist of it is Dan Snyder is The he's the guy. He's buying out the minority owners that 40.5%. But he's got 100%. It's his show. Hey, is driving this franchise into the next phase. I think that you know, obviously with the name change, and the investigation is ongoing Azi we've seen in the past the league has ever they find Jerry Richardson with substantial amount of money with her that investigation so that that's kind of separate. That's still going on. I think this is Dan Snyder. Looking to drive this franchise and in a new positive direction and an ass that 100% owner he can kind of make those big decisions now, right? He can kind of move ahead with the rebranding of the team. So all of that sounds counterintuitive to what we know about Dan Snyder that Snyder wants to move the franchise in a positive direction. It feels like he's been the anchor. He's been the problem for 21 years in Washington. This is worse news ever for Washington football fans who absolutely despise Dan Snyder. So is there any reason for hope that if he takes over with full control that he's actually gonna make proper decisions? Man. Honestly, that Z. And I wish that was right there day to day. Greenhouses organization with Ron Day today, but you're right. It's It's not pretty. Obviously, you know, since 99 on the field off the field, all the controversy I I get it. I think at least You've seen some attempts at Moving it toward that positive, optimistic direction. I think that the higher objection right was No, I gained a lot of around the country for good reasons. I mean, this is somebody who is extremely qualified. The first black president, the NFL. They're taking a lot of even kind of smaller steps around that within the organization, toe, Try toe get out of These controversies that are weighted down and this was, let's be honest like that investigation. It is still ongoing, and it hasn't been that pretty. But I think that with this yet and Slater now has 100% control and I saw some people Tweeting and writing that a Maybe this kind of gives him that ability to sell. I didn't hear anything about thanks for myself. You know what Being 100% wonder now? He think kind of like, sell the team of somebody else. I The remains you seen? Obviously nothing in the NFL. Surprised you haven't heard anything down those lines NFL insider Tyler done this morning on the show. He broke the news that Daniel Snyder's gonna be Looking to buy out his minority investors, which would mean that he needs a loan from the NFL of hundreds of millions of dollars. Now, this is a franchise that's been basically spinning its wheels for more than 20 years, they have undergone multiple scandals. And it feels like dance cider is publicly not a great Person to be representing one of the biggest markets in America and a cash cow if they ever got it together in Washington, So why would the other 31 owners vote? Yes, on this. That's a good question. You know? I mean, a vote is a vote right? Like you couldn't. Yeah. Your name? Uh What I've heard is like, Yeah, That is what He and obviously that gets to this point. You know the the orders of that? Things the league that you get to this point for reasons what I'm saying. And I I just Fluid decided. You know what I mean? Like I He's 100%. The guy now and He was approved for that waiver. He's got 2028. We'll see what happens, but I would be surprised. There were any roadblocks right at the at the 11th hour. I just I just can't Now, one other story that has gotten a lot of traction nationally. That you wrote was about Kenny more cornerback for the Indianapolis Colts, and he started his career and about US estate with the New England Patriots. If he told you and this is, I think one of your great gift is getting these guys to open up where a lot of other places they would not say the same thing. Dick anymore, admitted that he was severely depressed. Playing in New England. It was robotic. It was unhappy. It was like the military and he thought about quitting football and that he thought he would never make it in football because it wasn't happening in New England. It was really miserable for him. He latches on in Indianapolis. Becomes a vital piece of the puzzle signs of $33 million deal in 2019 with the Colts and so they really value what he brings to the table. The stories about New England. They're not rare guys come out of there and say it's not fun. It's not It's certainly not happy. Go lucky. And yet we have an offseason were all of these guys took the body and ran to Fox Burrow. So what does that tell you about acquiring free agents or attracting talent to the Patriots? Isn't that fascinating? I mean it. I've tried to wrap my head around What goes on there in New England more times than I can count. And I to answer your question. I think it is. It is. What can Kind of said that his experience Woz Undrafted rookie, and he kind of saw.

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"33 million" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:35 min | 5 months ago

"33 million" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On Saturday. And on Sunday And New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says he will not resign Following 1/7 misconduct allegations against him. Cuomo said Friday that women have the right to come forward. And to be heard. However, he denied the charges, saying he did not do what has been alleged. In this case. Cuomo claim that he never abused, assaulted or harassed anyone. Numerous New York state Democrats have come out and ask Cuomo to resign, including New York State senators Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand. I'm Jim Forbes. Major League Baseball was taking another swing at an automated strike zone. Matt Matt Johnson has more officials announced Thursday It will test out the automatic ball strike system in minor league baseball's low a Southeast. It's designed to help home plate umpires call balls and strikes and the testing will help determine the best strike zone for it, and they'll be previously gave it a try out in the Atlantic League and Arizona Fall League. Other playing rules being tested include larger bases and defensive positioning. I met Madden soon after four years together. The power couple of Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez is allegedly splitting up their financial assets after breaking off their engagement. Page six reports. Their lawyers and business managers have been working on details on how to split up their joint business deals and property portfolio. The couple owns homes in New York and Miami. Including a $33 million mansion on Star Island. They also tried to buy the Mets but were unsuccessful in their bid last year. The NFL is cheering frontline employees nationwide and those working at their stadiums. On Friday, the league took to Twitter to reveal one million doses of the Corona virus vaccine. Have been administered at a number of team playing sites. NFL dot com says 15 Stadiums are currently vaccination centers with a couple more opening soon last month, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell offer President Biden the use of the league's arenas, in an effort to ramp up vaccine distribution and a movie about a doctor who can talk to animals is being honored as the worst of last year do little leads the Razzie Awards with six nominations. Including worst actor for star Robert Downey Jr and Anne Hathaway was nominated for worst actress and two movies. The last thing he wanted and the Witches. That's the latest I'm.

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"33 million" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

06:15 min | 5 months ago

"33 million" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"What 33 million people something like. That s so that the numbers were gradually going up in terms of vaccination Gradually going down in hospitalizations. It was long is that trend continues. I think Governor Abbott can come out saying yeah, we want and there are untold millions, by the way, guys that have had this and never knew it. Right, Right. That's true. I think that I think they argue, could be argument could be made for this spring break that if numbers don't increase during spring break They probably won't because the behavior it's spring break where everybody's making out with everybody swinging off Vise. The whole bit is quite different. It's quite different from the national Street Rods were a bunch of old guys coming all this is a 67 super sport. Rally for you. You're me. Yeah, well, you're right. Uh, yeah, much more. I think your spring break was a lot more fun than my here. You wanna He doesn't remember much of it. Damn it. You're right. This is stories have been told you want to hear the kicker? I did 707 tours and Daytona but never but never went to college. Not one lick. Okay, shock. Uh, but again before we let you go, Jim, it's Let's flashback the last year at this time, Remember? Ah lot of us had nephews or Children that were in Florida. When the lockdown started to say, Remember, we we would. We didn't think we were barreling towards a lockdown. A lot of people were in Florida were in Texas, and they were at spring break when the lockdown came down, and we're like, Well, what do we do? Right. I mean, remember that it was crazy. Sure. I thought well this year. I mean, you don't have that excuse. We've had 500,000 people die from this illness, and that may have some people deciding. Maybe we are not risk it. I mean, there are a lot of families that have kind of been said Look, we got to get out of this house. Let's go somewhere, and they're going out to these locations. The beach locations, for example, wide open space and so they may take the place in terms of revenue off a lot of those students who decided that they're going to stay home. Well, I'll leave you with this. I would suggest everybody does what I do. The situation looks risky. I send my wife in. And then when she returned, Ah, courted her for 14 days and then I make an educated decision, Jim, Right. Thank you so much. Good to see you, buddy. Take care guys. Yes. Uh, the overs weird because when Susan and I went to Kabul, San Lucas, they said the other very next day was when they're gonna start testing you if you test positive, and you had, by the way you have to test within 48 hours of boarding the flight back to the U. S. So all of the resorts and in the town of Kabul, San Lucas, they had all these pop up deals where you could get tested, so that wouldn't be the problem. My problem was what if somehow we get a false positive weather Resorts said No problem. You can stay. 14 days on us Sneeze on me. Sneeze on me Sneeze on me going on 14 days in Kabul. Here's the deal. Quarantine to your room. You have three meals sent up to you. And that's that. Oh, no, no, I'm not. Yeah, listen like my wife, man. That's what that's what was going on. I don't know my wife so very much. I goof on her a lot. But I don't care if it's who you're in the room with If you're locked up it confined with one person in a hotel room for 14 days, Boy, you think the shining was brutal? Are they gonna camp outside your room and make sure you don't leave? Well, I mean, then he kicks don't know. Then he catches Susan acting and from the mirror like he slipped on the balcony. I don't know. What do you know What? What you doing, honey? Not good. It was foolishness. Oh, yeah. Sometimes I say this because you're old, now least I never 58 didn't say that comment about Ryan Reynolds. I'm always talking about the trading cards in the values. I'm just fascinated with us on another one, and it's stupid. Me tell you it's no secret the past year For some reason. I guess it's cold, but nobody has. Everybody has more money. If you're still employed, Well, the money people have more money because they were allowed to go to Europe and everything. That's it s O. The high dollar people. They can't spend it on their fancy vacations and whatnot. So they're saying, you know what I want Vest and a piece of cardboard that recently had years ago had a stick of gum in it. About by the way. The bubble gum was always so horrible. I'm saying it wasn't at the charm of it. I mean, it cracked into 50 piece of you. You know, I used it as a bookmark. Yeah, yeah. He cracked into 50 pieces and chunky overhears claims. He didn't scoop it up into it and listen to bad sugar. It was going in. You're going to get my dad said Hey, look at that Mickey Mantle rookie card He gave me to come. E does give me to come. Your dad was a judge. How many times do you think your dad was with his friends? Are all lawyers, counselors there all their justice and they're all having a beard of party and they're watching you is a child in the distance And then in your day goes Gigio. Look at you. Hey, hey again, That's that Can't be mine. Hey, okay. Carry 50 54 4 another Milky Way. No. Look, you had seven sons Watch the movie son in the movie date a monkey. You hear? Yeah, when lucky our fans, kids. Okay, So anyway, I digress. All right, let's go back to the most expensive trading card sales ever has happened in the past year number one Mickey Mantle in 1952 tops. This year sold for $5.2 million. I get the Mickey man, but I don't get the price 5.2 million Okay, but I could trump your dumbness. Okay, we'll do a couple more. Let me do a couple more. Okay? Ah, my Kraut 2000 and nine autographed card. 3.9 million. Something's fishy about that..

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Sports betting is now legal in 19 states, including Washington D.C.

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 11 months ago

Sports betting is now legal in 19 states, including Washington D.C.

"Live in the district and now bet on NFL games without going to a bookie, the Baltimore Ravens, Miami Dolphins, or maybe the New England Patriots like two Seahawks. It's all in bed with the day you know, Partly, E. J was one of the dozens of folks standing in line ready to put a little money on his team. This is the first NFL season where D C residents can place their bets. Legally. I got right, always Delaware, normal just over 33 Million people will wager on NFL games this season with 20% doing it at a sports book location like the one here at Capital One arena that's up from 18% last year. It goes to show fans are feeling pretty good about what's to come ready for this to go Melissa how GOP News Washington has now

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"33 million" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"33 million" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A staging area for their offshore wind farm projects. Bigger administration says the agreements with Mayflower Wind and Vineyard wind are worth almost 33 million bucks. New Bedford Mayor John Mitchell says this shows that even during a pandemic states clean energy industry is still moving forward. In the state of Connecticut is applying for some funding that could lead to $300 in weekly unemployment benefits for eligible applicants. Governor Ned Lamont says the state is also planning to spend another 10 million on rental assistance for anyone affected by the outbreak. Get more business now from Bloomberg's Jeff Bellenger. A lot of tech companies in greater Boston are rethinking the amount of office space they need, Boston Business Journal says With so many workers successfully doing their jobs from home big real estate footprints could be a thing of the past. Some firms could drop ofthis is entirely A salmonella outbreak, possibly linked to peaches is under investigation by the Food and Drug Administration. The suspect Peaches were sold out all the stores in 16 states. They were sold in every New England state except Maine. And Cowan raised its price target on Boston beer from 825 to $1000 a cow, an analyst says Boston Beer's advertising spending stands well ahead of it's piers. I'm Bloomberg's Jeff Bollinger with New England business on W. B Z Boston's news radio to 26 in the Merrimack Valley. The city of Lowell now has its very own superhero. W. B. C's Madison, Rodgers explains. The mill City is the backdrop for the story created by Little native Sam Steve Koya. Comic book series and Pretty much just follows the story of a family escaping a civil word from West Africa to migrate to see spoilers. But the family raises a child Lowell, who becomes the hero, Mo Malu, a masked crusader who fights with Mystic blue energy to protect the city he loves. I wanted our readers like When I'm putting two piece they can see key landmarks at the Sun Building taken Seiki landmarks like John on Peacock Memorial Bridge, and Sam says as a first generation Liberian American, the story It is also about representation showing black immigrant and mill city kids a hero like them. Madison Rogers W. B Z Boston's news radio, and you can learn more at Mill City's finest on Facebook. Well, sometimes superheroes don't wear a cape. Instead, they've got lots of fur, Four legs and a wagging tail in West Virginia. Yeager Airport says recently. They haven't had any collisions between birds and aircraft, all thanks to a special collie named Hercules. Airport, says Hercules who's three walks up to just about three miles a day, making sure the airfield is clear if birds and other animals he has been harassing wildlife over there in Charleston since 28 team clearly what he's doing is working. Now that is a good dog. The state.

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CPS alumni call for immediate termination of police officers in Chicago public schools

John Williams

09:32 min | 1 year ago

CPS alumni call for immediate termination of police officers in Chicago public schools

"Of Ah, Let's see. They are Chicago public schools alums, and they are writing a letter. They wrote a letter to the mayor and Janice Jackson alumni for the abolition of police in schools and basically, let's just read some of it to you here. As graduates of Chicago public schools. We urge you to terminate the CPS district contract with Chicago Police Department in advance on the August 31st 2020 Deadline. So City Council was supposed to take it up again and in the summer to see if they renew it or not, but they want it done now wanted over and let's talk Tio. Let's talk to one of people was part of this who wrote this letter and as part of his group Rest E fu phone on. I hope I said that. Right? You're what did I do Okay with that Rusty You did a great job and I'm happy to be here. I'm happier on too. I mean, look, I'm one of those who believes that should be up to local principles and local schools. You are not one of those people. You want this terminated right now. You don't think police belong in the schools. And I guess explain to us your position. Why? That is So I really think that you know the money going towards funding. The contract could be used to fund better resources to create better burning environment. You know, the contract is worth $33 million. That could be funding. You know, over 300 social workers, psychologists. This position is not really a firmer evidence rather than criminalized. Um, well, I think principal could make that decision and 33 million box. It's not you can't purely be a financial argument. I don't think Rusty because 33 million bucks is a lot of money to you and me, but CPS budget of 7.7 billion. And if you think about how 33 million is distributed, I mean, look, I don't have that goes. I just understand why, if a principal and the local school council which ultimately be ideally represents the parents, the teachers, the administrators and everybody, you know the community leaders and community groups that if they all believe that you know what our school one needs a police officer What? Why wouldn't it be okay? Well, you know, you have the loc it up completely. And then you have the students who are actually going to school. Dealing with the school resource officers on the day to day basis on the fact is that most people do not feel safe. But the school resource. No district of you know, almost 89% of color and I'm 36% of students are black and on a national scale black students are 2.2 More times likely to be referred tomorrow enforcement. So kind of, you know, message that thunder students when we have the story starts off in our school. How do you know most students don't feel safe. Has there been a pole of Students. I mean, how do you? How do you know That's true? Because look, I'm sure if I went out there, you could probably find people who say that they they've had a good relationship with the police officer has been stationed in their school for 15 years. Doesn't that exist, too? Well, you are on a local level. At my side. We had a debate about the student body and other responses will be collected. You know, over 90% of students out that we should remove school officers. The 10% felt like we should keep them. They you know they were in favor of having those peasants police officers for a shooter. Situation and, you know, data showed that resource officers don't really make a difference in that situation. All right. So you're you're you mentioned what kind of cut out there for a second. But you mentioned Northside Prep College prep, which is where you went, and which is with one of the schools that is making moves to remove police officers, right? I think I saw a story about that yesterday. Maybe Yeah, you know, we believe were one of the first actually vote to not retain our school resource officers, But I guess my my pushback on that rest he would be. I mean, you've got to be a bright person because no one gets into Northside College prep. First of all, Let me just put that out there because, of course, you have to score like 99% of all the tests in order to even get we've looked at. It's Ah, It's not a school that's known for violence. I've covered crime in the city for years, and I responded to violent crimes. Many many, many times many, many, many days I went to schools. Many, many times as well. I never went to Northside College Prep, and I didn't want to Lane Tech either, which is one of the other schools you attended. Those kinds of schools may have different needs. Isn't that fair to say? That is hard to say. But I think you know whether you're at Northside or whether you're a student in the throes of Inglewood. We all believe that we should have, you know, a better learning Thio more, you know, affirming learning community one where the horses are going to, you know, dealing with trauma that we experience growing up in the city rather than you know, having Cory and criminalize criminalizing them and sort of perpetuating the school president Pipeline. Is, um Is there some way of just kind of polling schools are we are sorry students because that's what you're pointing out. You're saying it's the students who really want this? Is there some way of truly figuring this this out? What would their with their concerns are there with their poles? Are is that is that something you guys are trying to do or so left unmentioned. We pulled Northside in particular and open 90 students. 90% of students were in support on our website. GPS alumni number

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U.S. Initial Unemployment Claims Edge Down in Latest Week

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. Initial Unemployment Claims Edge Down in Latest Week

"Are down again. We could week but still above a 1,000,000 initial claims totaling 1.3 million last week, 99,000 fewer In the week before, however, the Labor Department says while the number of new claims keeps going down, nearly 33 million Americans are still claiming benefits largely because of covert 19 This is use

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"33 million" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"33 million" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"Due to the meatpacking. That's where the Brown county got. The flair was on just the regular folks in Brown County. Yeah Jake I would say that. The people who work in those plants are regular folks as well. Diane Gallagher Thank you so much. Masked firefighters in white plains. New York said goodbye to their department's Deputy Chief Edward Siaca paying respects outside his funeral on Tuesday. The Sixty two year old third-generation firefighter died. Friday from Corona virus. Fellow firefighters described him as a loving father a stalwart leader and a caring friend who is calm cool collected whether inside a burning building or in command of operations from the outside Chris. Angry Angeline Castro. Guzman was a thirty five year nurse. The mother of three including a four-month-old baby had just ended maternity leave and return to work at a nursing home outside Chicago. She contracted the virus. There she died Saturday her husband who worked with her that same nursing home also tested positive for corona virus. May Their memories be a blessing. We'll be right back just in this afternoon. The Justice Department is dropping its criminal case against president. Trump's former national security adviser retired general. Michael Flynn Flynn as you may recall was charged with lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russian officials moments ago. The president reacted to the news. I didn't know that was happening. At this moment I felt it was going to happen just by watching and seeing like everybody else does. He was an innocent man. He is a great gentleman. He was targeted by the Obama Administration. Of course it was the trump administration. That was prosecuting the case against General Flynn former. Fbi Deputy Director Andrew McCabe said in response to the news quoted. Today's move by the Justice Department has nothing to do with the facts or the law. It is pure politics designed to please the President Unquote CNN. Sara Murray joins US now Sarah. President trump is called Flynn innocent. He can fee confessed his guilt in open court and the judge even ruminated as to why he wasn't being charged with a tougher crime. Why drop a case against somebody who has already admitted his guilt? Well it certainly very unusual set of circumstances. It's going on in this. Filing with the Justice Farm in says this interview Flynn lied was untethered to unjustified by the FBI's counterintelligence investigation into Flynn. It goes on to say that the Justice Department cannot say without a reasonable doubt that Michael. Flynn lied those lies. Were substantial obviously is very different. From what the Justice Department has been saying now for years and it comes as bill bar you know his leaving the Justice Department. He's brought in outside. Us Attorney to take a look at some of these convictions. And this is what we are now. Seeing in this filing is really an about face when it comes to these charges against Michael Flynn Jake. And what does it mean that? The prosecutor in the case withdrew from the case right before this all went down which also we should note happened with trump confident Roger Stone right before he was sentenced. That's exactly right. Jay and there was brandon. Van Graduates was the lead prosecutor. Who struck this in this plea deal with Michael? Flynn withdrew afford. This filing came out. He didn't give a reason in his filing as to why he was withdrawing. But you know we saw odder sound. It was all of these prosecutors. Have hold their their names off of it and it was a clear signal that they didn't agree with what the jets is doing certainly possible. Maybe likely that that is what Brandon Van Greg is doing. I think it's also notable jake gets filing is signed by any career. Prosecutors at the Justice Department is signed by a political pointy. That's that's pretty unusual and I know that this is already being a attorney. General bar is already being accused of creating a special justice system just for president. Trump's friends absolutely. I mean you see that from the McCain day majors Brad. We have a statement out from Adam. Schiff intelligence chairman saying that. This doesn't really have anything to do with justice that this has to do with politics and so I certainly think that you can expect a lot of blowback coming bill bars way from Democrats as well as from former officials at the FBI. Jake all right Sara. Murray thank you so much for this breaking news. Update we appreciate it our coverage on CNN continues right now. Stay healthy stay safe..

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"33 million" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"33 million" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"You know he says though that there is simply no way state can fully reopened without enough? Ppe without enough testing. And so he's made that very clear however this was like seeing a silent movie. This is the famous pikes place and now is more bustling than we have seen it. When I got here in March you see folks out here now. Some of these places have been open. Jake but there's just haven't been the customers there are now. We're seeing far more people out here commerce. Some of them in masks some of them not so clearly. The state is starting to reopen. People are starting to respond. Jake Sarah CIDER in Seattle Washington. Thank you so much as food. Workers continued to contract the virus and those highly dense food plans. Top trump administration official is now apparently at least partly blaming. The employees forgetting sick his stunning comments next. If you enjoy the sport of basketball and also have a yearning for medieval things. There's a show you should know could game zones and the final episodes airing on bleacher. Report April thirtieth. What does leadership look like in times of crisis? I'm poppy harlow in for the next several weeks. My show boss files is going to bring you. Conversation with business. Leaders who are trying to navigate the economic out of the corona virus pandemic in real time. How they're looking out for their employees. How they're planning for a future that will undoubtedly look very different for their business. Look for new episodes of this boss files special series every Thursday. I hope you'll join US health and Human Services Secretary. Alex is being criticized for comments. He made about meat. Plant workers infected with Corona virus a source CNN that on a call with a bipartisan group of lawmakers last month as our seem to blame the worker saying they most likely contracted cove in nineteen because of the way they live as opposed to the difficult and close quarters in the plants themselves. The story was first reported by politico. WanNa Bring in Sceni- Diane Gallagher. Dan You've been covering the issue of food shortages and high rates of infections at some of these processing plants. What are you hearing from Workers Jake? They're hurt but they're not surprised. I talked to several workers at plants that are both closed in those that have recently reopened dealing with outbreaks. And when talking about the secretary's comments they all said it was something that they'd heard before they refuted it saying that it was simply crazy to feel that way. One meet worker pointed out to me that the whole reason why they wanted these plants to shut down and to make changes because they didn't want to bring this virus home to their family. Another worker told our colleague and call well that they had heard their company. Say those exact same type of comments to the workers themselves and one woman pointed out that there's so much talk about keeping the food supply chain intact right now. Why would you say that about the people who were processing food right now? Now Secretary Azores. Office did release a statement. I WanNa read part of it to you here. Michael Caputo. The spokesperson saying Secretary Azores simply made the point that many public health officials have made in addition to the meat packing plants themselves. Many workers at a certain remote and rural meat packing facilities have living conditions that involve multifamily and congregate living which have been conducive to a rapid spread of the disease. Jake I want to remind you that. Nearly two thirds of meat packing plants or people of color about half of them are immigrants. And Diane. This is not the first time the plant workers have felt like people in authority have kind of otherwise them and diminished their importance. Now not at all in fact I hear that quite a bit at almost every level in that industry kind of hey. What have you thought about this here? Have you thought about how they live? It's that dehumanizing language and we saw another example of it at the Wisconsin Supreme Court the Chief Justice. I want to take a listen to what she said..

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"33 million" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"33 million" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"Drugmaker. Moderna said today that it's Corona virus vaccine has been approved for phase two of development with the hopes that it could ramp up production by the summer or the fall but without a vaccine a huge number of cases. Coming from ACE symptomatic people. It is hard to see how the forty plus states beginning to reopen will not see more infections spiking in a few weeks and CNN's Athena Jones reports. Several states are already reopening despite already seeing by new cases new developments today on the vaccine front biotech company Moderna announcing the FDA has approved phase two trials of their vaccine bringing the company one step closer to the final phase. Large scale clinical trials. The company has never gotten a product to market but hopes for approval next year but there is bad news on the testing front the director of the National Institutes of health saying today the Abbot. Id now machine used. For rapid grown virus tests has about a fifteen percent false negative rate. The president touted the test last month. It's a brand new technology. Brand NEW TESTS. Great Fiber you put it in new infections. Continue to climb and at least nineteen states including Minnesota where some businesses have been allowed to reopen and while the rate of new cases new hospitalizations and deaths continue to decline in New York state. New York City is now operating a long-term Disaster Morgan Brooklyn or Bonnie's will be stored inside refrigerated trucks and see how long it takes to slow it down and reduce the number of deaths in the coming down at a painful slow level of the climb states and localities across the country. Taking different approaches while Florida has begun to reopen restrictions. Remain in place in. It's three hardest hit counties. We'll hopefully be able to go forward soon in southern Florida Miami beach extending. It's safer at home order for another week. Meanwhile outrage at a South Florida's supermarket from a customer who wasn't allowed inside because he wasn't wearing a mask. Osu and in a letter to the community elected officials in Utah County. Utah said after two companies refused to follow quarantine guidelines sixty eight of their employees tested. Positive need to take these recommendations seriously. Claiming they've made changes the three largest port plants shut down due to the pandemic all resuming operations today and professional sports taking tentative steps toward return the NBA announcing players can return to practice facilities. Tomorrow major league soccer players already training again a hobby back while the NFL is set to release. Its season schedule tonight. And there is more news out of California state will begin reopening tomorrow but health officials warn. It is not a return to normal. There will be modifications of for instance. They're encouraging stores a not to have cash payment in a register but to use clip clicking swipe methods also the governor announcing or confirming. I should say the California's first case across the virus originated in a nail salon. Governor Gavin. Newsom saying the whole thing started in the state of California the first known case of community spread in a nail salon. He was explaining. Why salons are not part of the reopening as we're going to need higher levels of protection and that sort of thing before they're going to be allowed to reopen but pretty interesting news out of California Jake Jones. Thank you so much joining me now. Cnn's chief medical correspondent. Dr Sanjay Gupta Sanjay. Great to see is always the MODERNA vaccine goes into phase to then potentially phase three to tell us more. What is that look like? I mean this is. This is fast jacomb. You typically to get to this point already is a couple three years so we should find that somewhat hopeful face to typically is to see if this thing is starting to show any evidence that it that it works and it's effective Sometimes in phase two they look for what are called efficacy signals starting to see these little hints that it works and as Dr Fouled. She's talked about if they see enough of these of efficacy signals. They may start to manufacture this virus even before they get final phase three results just because they want to be ahead of the game but this is. This is moving pretty quickly. They're also sort of blurring the lines look for safety and effectiveness at the same time to try and make this go faster. Obviously that's what everyone wants to accomplish. Jake how optimistic are you about? Maderna's vaccine and how is it different from the dozens of others of other vaccines that are in development right now but you know this type of vaccine which is called an m. r. n? A vaccine or messenger are in a vaccine has never been done before. There's never been one of these before they started working on it with the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome. Which was also a corona virus. So they're building on some of that knowledge but there's never been one that's completed so just putting that as a preface but you know I think there is a reason for optimism. This is a vaccine project that the federal government has put nearly half a billion dollars behind Dr She described the phase one process and the The enrollment of that trial has breaking land speed records. And you know we gotta see if it's effective but there's there's good reason to believe that this could this could at least show some effectiveness. Does it get through phase three. Does it become the vaccine? We have to wait and see but it's just basically see using that genetic code as opposed to using the virus itself as a vaccine are but until we get to a vaccine testing obviously remains a huge component to a safe reopening as you and I have been discussing for months. I want you to take a listen. A Dr Francis Collins Director for the National Institutes of health talking about the red response tests that are offered by the company Abbott. The concern has been that it does have about a fifteen percent false negative rate if you're in a circumstance where you really really don't WanNa miss a diagnosis of somebody. Who's already carrying the virus? You'd like to have something that has a higher sensitivity than that fifteen percent false negative rate. I'm layman but that sounds kind of high. Yeah I mean that means that fifty one hundred people will be told that they don't have the virus and in fact they do you layer upon that jake the fact that you don't have to have symptoms You know can be a symptom. Spread the virus so the scenario could be fifteen times out of one hundred. Someone feels fine. They get the test. Says they're negative and so they're out and about and that leads to more spread. That's the concern now. This company Abbott. We've been talking to them as well. They say that they've identified a specific problem that led to that high false negative rate that poor sensitivity Addressing that problem. It's a particular one of the one of these mediums that we talk about in the testing process so They'll get that fixed but it's absolutely important to get test results early to make sure they're accurate and make sure those tests are easily available and some doctors urging the continued use of the HIV drugs to HIV drugs to treat severely ill patients with Corona Virus. Even though a recent study found no significant difference in recovery time between patients taking the drugs and those who are not as a physician. What do you make of that? This is a big discussion in the medical community. Right now jake. This particular regimen of Drugs Lopez. Perr return of ear There was an article in the New England Journal Letter in the New England Journal. Basically saying in we've gone back and looked at the data that showed it didn't work and on our secondary analysis. We're finding some evidence that it did seem to reduce mortality. We're finding some evidence that it was underpowered to look at the overall disease so there's been a lot of optimism around this. I think a lot of people were surprised when those results came back that it that it didn't work so I think it's prompted this these reinvestigation my guess is we're going to see another trial around this. The first trial did not show that it worked. But they're looking for more evidence. I think at this point all right. Dr Sanjay Gupta with all the latest on the medical front. Thank you so much we appreciate it as always be sure to tune in tonight for CNN's global townhall corona virus fact versus fears hosted by Sanjay and Anderson Cooper their guest tonight include former Vice President Al Gore and film director Spike Lee. That's tonight at eight. Pm Right here on CNN. Coming up next one states possible success story how it started as number one in corona virus deaths. And now it's not even in the top ten. Stay WITH US. Work as we know it has changed as you've probably figured out when your home is also your office..

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Moderna Gets OK to Start Larger Trial for a Coronavirus Vaccine

The Lead with Jake Tapper

01:11 min | 1 year ago

Moderna Gets OK to Start Larger Trial for a Coronavirus Vaccine

"Drugmaker. Moderna said today that it's Corona virus vaccine has been approved for phase two of development with the hopes that it could ramp up production by the summer or the fall but without a vaccine a huge number of cases. Coming from ACE symptomatic people. It is hard to see how the forty plus states beginning to reopen will not see more infections spiking in a few weeks and CNN's Athena Jones reports. Several states are already reopening despite already seeing by new cases new developments today on the vaccine front biotech company Moderna announcing the FDA has approved phase two trials of their vaccine bringing the company one step closer to the final phase. Large scale clinical trials. The company has never gotten a product to market but hopes for approval next year but there is bad news on the testing front the director of the National Institutes of health saying today the Abbot. Id now machine used. For rapid grown virus tests has about a fifteen percent false negative rate. The president touted the test last month. It's a brand new technology. Brand NEW TESTS. Great Fiber you put it in

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Claims Data Point to Record Wave of Unemployment

The Lead with Jake Tapper

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Claims Data Point to Record Wave of Unemployment

"A new battle scar on the US economy from Corona virus. Three point two million Americans filed for unemployment for the first time just last week before the pandemic unemployment claims barely cracked two hundred thousand since the shutdown started mid March thirty three million people in the US or one in five American workers have filed for weekly unemployment benefits and sadly that's only a snapshot of the economic pain does not measure factors such as furloughs or pay cuts or layoffs. I WANNA BRING CNN business. Anchor Julia Chatterley Julia. We've had these staggering figures for almost two months. Now it might get repetitive. But we just can't overstate how unprecedented and disastrous. This is we can't. We are in uncharted waters in every way and the virus was just like a tidal wave. And you're absolutely right with not capturing how bad the damage was if you add in every worker. That's lost a job lost hours loss. Pay PROBABLY TALKING ABOUT. Hof of the entire workforce Jake. These have been heartbreaking damaging weeks. The White House predicts that tomorrow's unemployment numbers for April. We'll hit eighty percent. That's Great Depression level and it's obviously a far cry from where we were three months ago when the economy was pretty strong. We've gone from fifty losing unemployment to approaching eighteen year highs. This is the definition of a jobs. Depression the question. Now for policymakers is. How do you bring those jobs back and more importantly I think? How do you do it safely? I've spoken to two economists this week that say we will still have a ten percent unemployment rate at the end of this year. So that's millions of jobs lost in the last three months but it's also millions of jobs gained for where we are today and that's the reality and also the crazy of covert nineteen

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U.S. weekly jobless claims total 3.2 million, bringing seven-week tally to 33 million

John Williams

00:11 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. weekly jobless claims total 3.2 million, bringing seven-week tally to 33 million

"The labor department is reporting another three point two million Americans filed new claims for unemployment last week the country now lost an estimated thirty three million jobs since the covert nineteen

Labor Department
US weekly jobless claims hit 3.2 million, bringing the 7-week total to more than 33 million

AP 24 Hour News

01:14 min | 1 year ago

US weekly jobless claims hit 3.2 million, bringing the 7-week total to more than 33 million

"Another three point two million people applied for unemployment benefits last week in this country bringing the total applications over the past seven weeks to thirty three and a half million people PNC bank economist Gus poche says the unprecedented job losses are being softened ever so slightly with help from the government fortunately there is substantial aid from the federal government we have extended extended unemployment insurance benefits and in additional payments we have those tax payments that are coming in so hopefully that will help offset some of those the income losses from all those lost jobs all the help comes with a huge price California governor Gavin Newsom says his state's budget is more than fifty four billion dollars in the red after posting a twenty one billion dollars surplus just last year he also fears of the jobless rate will hit eighteen percent after being less than four percent at the start of the year in the state the virus induced business closures unemployed workers and the cratering of restaurant tourism and entertainment industries have resulted in staggering stated personal losses in California the Newsome administration projects personal income will fall close to nine percent for the state's nearly forty million

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3.2 million unemployment claims filed last week, for a total of 33 million

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

3.2 million unemployment claims filed last week, for a total of 33 million

"First time unemployment claims totaled another three point one seven million last week that brings the total number of new unemployment claims to thirty three and a half million over the last seven weeks the unofficial unemployment rate is now fifteen and a half percent the labor department's official April unemployment numbers tomorrow

Labor Department Official
"33 million" Discussed on AP News

AP News

15:21 min | 1 year ago

"33 million" Discussed on AP News

"More than 33000000 people have now applied for jobless benefits since the corona virus began largely shutting down America nearly 3.2000000 filed for unemployment aid last week compare that to pre pandemic there now about 16 times higher than what we saw and while they're still breathtakingly high PNC financial services gusto Shays says there is some good news they're down from around 6000000 a few weeks ago and I've dropped for 5 straight weeks but the bad news will continue tomorrow with what's expected to be the worst monthly jobless report since modern record keeping started after World War 2 the unemployment rate is forecast to reach 16 percent it hasn't been that high since the Great Depression and comes just 2 months after a 50 year low up 3.5 percent Sager made Ghani Washington

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"33 million" Discussed on AP News

AP News

15:21 min | 1 year ago

"33 million" Discussed on AP News

"More than 33000000 people have now applied for jobless benefits since the corona virus began largely shutting down America nearly 3.2000000 filed for unemployment aid last week compare that to pre pandemic there now about 16 times higher than what we saw and while they're still breathtakingly high PNC financial services gusto Shays says there is some good news they're down from around 6000000 a few weeks ago and I've dropped for 5 straight weeks but the bad news will continue tomorrow with what's expected to be the worst monthly jobless report since modern record keeping started after World War 2 the unemployment rate is forecast to reach 16 percent it hasn't been that high since the Great Depression and comes just 2 months after a 50 year low up 3.5 percent Sager made Ghani Washington

America Sager Ghani Washington PNC gusto Shays 3.5 percent 16 percent 2 months 50 year
33 million have sought US unemployment aid since virus hit

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

33 million have sought US unemployment aid since virus hit

"More than thirty three million people have now applied for jobless benefits since the corona virus began largely shutting down America nearly three point two million filed for unemployment aid last week compare that to pre pandemic there now about sixteen times higher than what we saw and while they're still breathtakingly high PNC financial services gusto Shays says there is some good news they're down from around six million a few weeks ago and I've dropped for five straight weeks but the bad news will continue tomorrow with what's expected to be the worst monthly jobless report since modern record keeping started after World War two the unemployment rate is forecast to reach sixteen percent it hasn't been that high since the Great Depression and comes just two months after a fifty year low up three and a half percent Sager made Ghani Washington

America Sager Ghani Washington PNC Gusto Shays
33 million have sought US unemployment aid since virus hit

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

33 million have sought US unemployment aid since virus hit

"More than thirty three million people have now applied for jobless benefits since the corona virus began largely shutting down America nearly three point two million filed for unemployment aid last week compare that to pre pandemic there now about sixteen times higher than what we saw and while they're still breathtakingly high PNC financial services gusto Shays says there is some good news they're down from around six million a few weeks ago and I've dropped for five straight weeks but the bad news will continue tomorrow with what's expected to be the worst monthly jobless report since modern record keeping started after World War two the unemployment rate is forecast to reach sixteen percent it hasn't been that high since the Great Depression and comes just two months after a fifty year low up three and a half percent Sager made Ghani Washington

America Sager Ghani Washington PNC Gusto Shays
"33 million" Discussed on AP News

AP News

15:29 min | 1 year ago

"33 million" Discussed on AP News

"The government has released another snapshot of an American jobs market in free fall because of the corona virus pandemic it's a historic collapse 3.2000000 Americans filed for jobless seed last week 33.5000000 in just 7 weeks later signal huge huge job losses throughout the economy across all the states across all industries PNC bank's gospel Shays says job losses will continue growing until more states start to re open that we even then the recovery will take time roughly one in 5 Americans employed back in February are now out of jobs the unemployment rate then was a half century low 3.5 percent the government tomorrow will released what's likely to be the worst monthly jobs report since modern records have been kept with the unemployment rate expected to hit at least 16 percent Sager mag ani Washington

PNC bank Shays ani Washington 3.5 percent 16 percent 7 weeks
"33 million" Discussed on AP News

AP News

15:29 min | 1 year ago

"33 million" Discussed on AP News

"The government has released another snapshot of an American jobs market in free fall because of the corona virus pandemic it's a historic collapse 3.2000000 Americans filed for jobless seed last week 33.5000000 in just 7 weeks later signal huge huge job losses throughout the economy across all the states across all industries PNC bank's gospel Shays says job losses will continue growing until more states start to re open that we even then the recovery will take time roughly one in 5 Americans employed back in February are now out of jobs the unemployment rate then was a half century low 3.5 percent the government tomorrow will released what's likely to be the worst monthly jobs report since modern records have been kept with the unemployment rate expected to hit at least 16 percent Sager mag ani Washington

PNC bank Shays ani Washington 3.5 percent 16 percent 7 weeks
"33 million" Discussed on AP News

AP News

15:29 min | 1 year ago

"33 million" Discussed on AP News

"The government has released another snapshot of an American jobs market in free fall because of the corona virus pandemic it's a historic collapse 3.2000000 Americans filed for jobless seed last week 33.5000000 in just 7 weeks later signal huge huge job losses throughout the economy across all the states across all industries PNC bank's gospel Shays says job losses will continue growing until more states start to re open that we even then the recovery will take time roughly one in 5 Americans employed back in February are now out of jobs the unemployment rate then was a half century low 3.5 percent the government tomorrow will released what's likely to be the worst monthly jobs report since modern records have been kept with the unemployment rate expected to hit at least 16 percent Sager mag ani Washington

PNC bank Shays ani Washington 3.5 percent 16 percent 7 weeks
33 million have sought US unemployment aid since virus hit

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

33 million have sought US unemployment aid since virus hit

"The government has released another snapshot of an American jobs market in free fall because of the corona virus pandemic it's a historic collapse three point two million Americans filed for jobless seed last week thirty three and a half million in just seven weeks later signal huge huge job losses throughout the economy across all the states across all industries PNC bank's gospel Shays says job losses will continue growing until more states start to re open that we even then the recovery will take time roughly one in five Americans employed back in February are now out of jobs the unemployment rate then was a half century low three and a half percent the government tomorrow will released what's likely to be the worst monthly jobs report since modern records have been kept with the unemployment rate expected to hit at least sixteen percent Sager mag ani Washington

Pnc Bank Shays Ani Washington
33 million have sought US unemployment aid since virus hit

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

33 million have sought US unemployment aid since virus hit

"The government has released another snapshot of an American jobs market in free fall because of the corona virus pandemic it's a historic collapse three point two million Americans filed for jobless seed last week thirty three and a half million in just seven weeks later signal huge huge job losses throughout the economy across all the states across all industries PNC bank's gospel Shays says job losses will continue growing until more states start to re open that we even then the recovery will take time roughly one in five Americans employed back in February are now out of jobs the unemployment rate then was a half century low three and a half percent the government tomorrow will released what's likely to be the worst monthly jobs report since modern records have been kept with the unemployment rate expected to hit at least sixteen percent Sager mag ani Washington

Pnc Bank Shays Ani Washington
33 million have sought US unemployment aid since virus hit

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

33 million have sought US unemployment aid since virus hit

"The government has released another snapshot of an American jobs market in free fall because of the corona virus pandemic it's a historic collapse three point two million Americans filed for jobless seed last week thirty three and a half million in just seven weeks later signal huge huge job losses throughout the economy across all the states across all industries PNC bank's gospel Shays says job losses will continue growing until more states start to re open that we even then the recovery will take time roughly one in five Americans employed back in February are now out of jobs the unemployment rate then was a half century low three and a half percent the government tomorrow will released what's likely to be the worst monthly jobs report since modern records have been kept with the unemployment rate expected to hit at least sixteen percent Sager mag ani Washington

Pnc Bank Shays Ani Washington
"33 million" Discussed on AP News

AP News

15:29 min | 1 year ago

"33 million" Discussed on AP News

"The government has released another snapshot of an American jobs market in free fall because of the corona virus pandemic it's a historic collapse 3.2000000 Americans filed for jobless seed last week 33.5000000 in just 7 weeks later signal huge huge job losses throughout the economy across all the states across all industries PNC bank's gospel Shays says job losses will continue growing until more states start to re open that we even then the recovery will take time roughly one in 5 Americans employed back in February are now out of jobs the unemployment rate then was a half century low 3.5 percent the government tomorrow will released what's likely to be the worst monthly jobs report since modern records have been kept with the unemployment rate expected to hit it least 16 percent Sager mag ani Washington

PNC bank Shays ani Washington 3.5 percent 16 percent 7 weeks
33 million have sought US unemployment aid since virus hit

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

33 million have sought US unemployment aid since virus hit

"The government has released another snapshot of an American jobs market in free fall because of the corona virus pandemic it's a historic collapse three point two million Americans filed for jobless seed last week thirty three and a half million in just seven weeks later signal huge huge job losses throughout the economy across all the states across all industries PNC bank's gospel Shays says job losses will continue growing until more states start to re open that we even then the recovery will take time roughly one in five Americans employed back in February are now out of jobs the unemployment rate then was a half century low three and a half percent the government tomorrow will released what's likely to be the worst monthly jobs report since modern records have been kept with the unemployment rate expected to hit it least sixteen percent Sager mag ani Washington

Pnc Bank Shays Ani Washington
"33 million" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:24 min | 1 year ago

"33 million" Discussed on AP News

"It's a historic collapse 3.2000000 Americans filed for jobless seed last week 33.5000000 in just 7 weeks later signal huge huge job losses throughout the economy across all the states across all industries PNC bank's gospel Shays says job losses will continue growing until more states start to re open that we even then the recovery will take time roughly one in 5 Americans employed back in February are now out of jobs the unemployment rate then was a half century low 3.5 percent the government tomorrow will released what's likely to be the worst monthly jobs report since modern records have been kept with the unemployment rate expected to hit at least 16 percent Sager mag ani Washington

PNC bank Shays ani Washington 3.5 percent 16 percent 7 weeks
33 million have sought US unemployment aid since virus hit

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

33 million have sought US unemployment aid since virus hit

"It's a historic collapse three point two million Americans filed for jobless seed last week thirty three and a half million in just seven weeks later signal huge huge job losses throughout the economy across all the states across all industries PNC bank's gospel Shays says job losses will continue growing until more states start to re open that we even then the recovery will take time roughly one in five Americans employed back in February are now out of jobs the unemployment rate then was a half century low three and a half percent the government tomorrow will released what's likely to be the worst monthly jobs report since modern records have been kept with the unemployment rate expected to hit at least sixteen percent Sager mag ani Washington

Pnc Bank Shays Ani Washington
Nearly 3.2 million workers seek jobless aid, raising total layoffs since virus struck to 33 million

Derek Hunter

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Nearly 3.2 million workers seek jobless aid, raising total layoffs since virus struck to 33 million

"News another big number of new unemployment claims though it is a smaller number than the week before continuing a trend of fox's Lillian will as the details live day the number of Americans who ask for first time jobless help last week three point one seven million that is slightly above expectations but far lower than the six point nine claimed million claims he's on late March condoms were hoping for signs of layoffs at peak this pushes the total number of unemployment claims to another height thirty three million over the past seven weeks now the monthly unemployment number due out tomorrow is expected to be the worst in history with a potential sixteen percent unemployment rate and twenty two million jobs

FOX
Nearly 3.2 million workers seek jobless aid, raising total layoffs since virus struck to 33 million

Arizona's Morning News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Nearly 3.2 million workers seek jobless aid, raising total layoffs since virus struck to 33 million

"The jobless benefits claims report is out this morning from the labor department just released three point two million workers were looking for jobless aid last week that raises the total layoffs since the virus struck the thirty three million Americans now tomorrow we actually gets the overall unemployment numbers that is to the people who are out of a job and if maybe even continued to be out of a job from before the virus pandemic hit and those numbers are expected to be

Labor Department
"33 million" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"33 million" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Going to take quite a long time or more journalist you eat awake we will all of this and to look at the implications and things like ethics conflict of interest at a much more longterm damage than the actual impropriety up skirting the law which it appears that very few people have actually gone showing that the law it fell may need to be charged also i suppose we have put show you taking a nausea the fact that these offcial rub companies is your shareholders do serve a the purposes for example to ringfence people's money from corrupt regimes have deals can be done away from solving states to keep that money safe and to preserve the sanctity that deal but then we've also got the bizarre push but yesterday we let the lewis hamilton for example it imported some personal private jet through the isle of man we touched down about forty five minutes to save you sell 33 million pounds in b a t and that is simply being on the fiddle yeah and the one of the big problems here is that even a third reform uh it's sort of like a game of likeable because if you end up trying to suppress one sort of uh could one sort of report ended up having very very little regulation another one will crop up in its place so the problem could be a global one because any time that there is any sort of loophole internationally there are ways to skirt the rules and just prior to that so you can if you have one country decides you have tighter regulation another one will try to create economic growth by or eating the new opening created by that so color the quote or collusion as problem it's going to continue and the superrich will continue to have a different set of rules that they can avoid taxes i was just going to say running the allemand they're on nine hundred seventy luxury jets officially registered which is where lewis was hamilton goodies he's vat rebate i mean we can't change their rules we can't change the rules of that country we well that's why you need to have a global response and there's a story in the us that getting a lot of traction where russia with an oligarch effectively horror five different steps can keno you can shell companies to register.

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"33 million" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"33 million" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"Back we'll see how we'll see helissio many onto the auction see how it yeah so i i would probably do it that way but it's you know if they see eu obviously they have a lot more information than we do in terms of practice and all that but i don't trust him defensively relate either of the swing man meetings shooting guard or small forward positions and they fiddled with him as a as a stretch for that's intriguing but i don't know that that he can basically do that well enough to justify being a key part of it especially now that they actually have some forward depth yeah i if you were like the 20th pick in the draft review you keep him ron because a seller be lower but again the chances of him being worth at five point two million next year very low he's not going to be a guys getting big this season you think daca of a big role this season they will be well over the cap with the cap holds for gordon peadon and even without those guys they wouldn't have significant cap room so that's not really consideration to create more space but just simply not having you're on the books being able to use the full mid level next season i think it i probably would in fact the move on from him added and decline it is option and you know maybe even try to trade him but i'm sure the tried to do that it and failed so he just unless you thinks that i mean do you think there's any chance to even becomes a starter at this point look some time and has great one percent or something like that because he is still naturally talented so the any chance role as as articulated by our friend kevin paladin yeah he passes the any chance for obey doesn't really pass anything else than that cameron payne number fourteen in 2015 33 million dollar.

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