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"348 points" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:06 min | 10 months ago

"348 points" Discussed on KCRW

"And screening for covert 19 symptoms. They'll also receive PPE and practice social distancing. City officials estimate that about 2700 Baltimore Ian's currently experience homelessness. Vaccinations have continued. But Baltimore's freak over 19 testing site closed today. My your brain, and Scott says he doesn't anticipate a pile up of tests later this week. We don't ask the right now think that there's gonna be a backlog, but we'll see. Scott says He may close the free testing site again tomorrow, depending on weather conditions for NPR news. I'm Emily Sullivan in Baltimore. House subcommittee has launched an investigation into the Trump administration's handling of covert 19 outbreaks that meatpacking plants. NPR's Scott Horsley reports, a subcommittee is seeking information about safety enforcement of plants that employed hundreds of workers. Who died? Coronavirus subcommittee has written to three of the largest meat processing companies Taison, Smithfield and JBs, asking about steps they took to protect workers from infection and what sort of inspections were conducted by either state or federal officials. Subcommittee points to reports that nearly 54,000 meatpacking workers were infected with the Corona virus, but says under the Trump administration on Lee, eight citations were issued by the Labor Department's workplace safety arm. Subcommittees. Democratic Chairman James Clyburn blames lax enforcement for what he calls preventable infections and deaths. Last week under an order from President Biden. OSHA issued more stringent safety guidelines for all employers. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington After Dustin Diamond, perhaps best known fans a screech on the TV sitcom Saved by the Bell has died, his manager tells NPR. The actor died this morning from cancer just weeks after he was diagnosed with the illness. Diamond was 44 years old. Listening to NPR. Israel says it has delivered its first large batch of covert 19 vaccines for Palestinian medical workers, but the Palestinian territories are still waiting for vaccines for the public. NPR's Daniel Estrin has more from Jerusalem. Israeli officials say they've handed over Moderna vaccines in total there, delivering 5000 vaccines to Palestinian medical workers in the West Bank, relying on Israeli help is controversial, and Palestinian officials refused to comment. They hope to start their own public vaccination drive in a few weeks if vaccines finally arrived from the World Health Organization and Russia Nearly a third of all Israelis have received a shot. But Israel is battling a wave of infections, especially among ultra Orthodox Jewish communities. Ignoring lockdowns. There were two mass funerals this weekend. Israel is keeping flights grounded till at least Friday to keep out virus variants. Daniel Estrin. NPR NEWS Jerusalem South Africa's reporting a 33% decline in the number of rhinoceroses poached for their horns in its national parks. Last year, coronavirus related lockdowns helped The Environmental Ministry says. Once some restrictions on people were lifted, officials of the country's largest national park saw poaching spike significantly toward the end of last year. Local officials say poachers killed 394 rhinos in 20 2200 fewer than the previous year. At last check on Wall Street. The Dow was up more than 300 points. The NASDAQ has risen 348 points. This is NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include progressive insurance with the name your Price tool, offering a range of coverage and price options to choose from. Now that's progressive, Maura at progressive dot com or 1, 800, Progressive and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Results were interesting because it was conducted in the United States as.

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"348 points" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"348 points" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Be a completely uneventful election, and we're all hoping it is, But I mean up, and so we spent a lot of time preparing for things that may not happen. But if they did would be really bad, And so that's what you're seeing here. The FBI says in a statement that it is committed to protecting the public's right to a fair and safe election by securing it. At the federal courthouse in South Boston. Mike Macklin W busy. Boston's News radio, the top federal prosecutor for Massachusetts, announces a new task force designed to help state and local law enforcement officials investigate and prosecute civil rights violations. U. S Attorney Andrew Leveling, says the task force Will bring law enforcement officials from different agencies together to better identify and fight threats. He says. The task force will also provide local police departments with training and support on civil rights issues. From terra firma to weigh up there, where a low tech solution has resolved a big problem. For months, astronauts have been trying to figure out how to handle a leak on the international space station. It turns out all they needed was something most of us have in our pantries, ceiling compartments and tons of high tech equipment could not detect the leak. But on planet Earth, a bright idea to send up a bag of loose tea leaves to space and it worked. The leaves were sucked by the escaping air to a crack in a window. Now, the next step Is repairing it. No word on whether they saved any of the tea for a hot cup after all their hard work. Lionel Louise ABC News a check on business now with Bloomberg. Stocks took a late stumble on Wall Street are racing an earlier gain and leaving major indexes mixed. On Friday, the Dow had been up a cz Muchas 348 points but finished up just 112 at 28,006 06, the S and P. 500 closed up a fraction of a point but still managed to post a modest gain for the week. NASDAQ was off about a third of a percent today, investors had new September retail sales numbers to go on. The nearly 2% increase was almost three times the growth in August. And the fastest growth since June. Putnam Doyle, a senior retail analyst with Bloomberg Intelligence, says the holiday shopping season will be much more of a digital exercise than usual stories. They're not opening on Thanksgiving Day there will be limited or traffic on black Friday. Given capacity constraints. The volume is really going to be dependent on large Europe's aviation regulator tells Bloomberg that he thinks the 7 37 Max is safe enough after Boeing's fixes, and he expects the aircraft would be flying over Europe again by the end of the year. Mark Mills. Bloomberg Business on W. B z Boston's news radio coming up at 11 45. Winter's coming, but it might not be as harsh as usual balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world. One life at a time. You guys, your customer service, everything. You guys were great on the commercials. Talk about it, but I don't know if it really gives it true justice people need to know. This is maybe the most amazing product I've ever tried so pure. It tastes so good. I just blown away by it. Balance of nature is now offering 35% off on any new preferred order. Go to balance of nature dot com today and use discount code fruits. Let's be real mopping is a hassle. We have to fill the bucket using a wet, heavy mob around been cleaning them up when you're done so it doesn't grow bacteria hassle on top of a hassle. Tryst with her wedge with Swiffer wet jet..

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"348 points" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"348 points" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Data herself State. Rep. Mindy Dom of Amherst, says she's disappointed and how the state tracks covert 19 data among the state's colleges. She says. Each individual institution currently does its own reporting, with no consistency among them and a glaring lack of standardisation the frequency at which they will put the data. It's all over the map. Um, and the way they report the data is also very inconsistent. One place may do it one way Another place does another way. Dom says her office is creating a covert dashboard to reflect the college covert data and is posting that information on her website. Time now for a check on business with Bloomberg. Stocks were enjoying a buoyant Friday with the Dow Jones industrials up 348 points at the peak. But the major indexes limped across the finish line, losing most of the day's gains. In the final hour of trading. The Dow finished the day up 112 points a 28,006 06, the S and P 500 game, just half a point, just a fraction and the NASDAQ was down about a third of a percent. Michael Sheldon, chief investment officer at Hightower RGM financial Group is positive on the stock market, but notes that many companies and workers are still struggling. Certainly. There are a lot of companies and industries that have been left behind and on Lee 52% of all the workers that were let go have been rehired, so it's sort of a two speed recovery at this point. Goldman Sachs President John Waldron told a conference Friday that he sees a wave of corporate takeovers coming leading to a jumpin job losses. Waldron expects a large number of big companies to take over weaker firms that have been hurt by the pandemic. With many positions disappearing once companies combined. I'm Mark Mills Bloomberg business on BBC, Boston's news radio speaker.

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"348 points" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"348 points" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A completely uneventful election and we're all hoping it is, but I mean up, and so we spent a lot of time preparing for things that may not happen. But if they did would be really bad, and so that's what you're seeing here. The FBI says in a statement that it is committed to protect Acting the public's right to a fair and safe election by securing it. At the federal courthouse in South Boston. Mike Macklin W busy Boston's NewsRadio attorney, Leveling is also launching a new task force designed to help state and local authorities investigate and prosecute civil rights violations. Welling says Thie Civil rights task force will bring together officials from different agencies to better identify and deter threats. 7 37 tow Wall Street Now in business with Bloomberg stocks took a late stumble on Wall Street are racing an earlier gain and leaving major indexes mixed on Friday. The Dow had been up as much as 348 points but finished up just 112 at 28,006 06, the S and P. 500 closed up a fraction of a point but still managed to post a modest gain for the week. NASDAQ was off about a third of a percent. Day. Investors have new September retail sales numbers to go on. The nearly 2% increase was almost three times the growth in August and the fastest growth since June Podium. Doyle, a senior retail analyst with Bloomberg Intelligence, says the holiday shopping season will be much more of a digital exercise than usual stories. They're not opening on Thanksgiving Day. There will be limited your traffic on black Friday. Given capacity constraints, The volume is really going to be dependent on Europe's aviation regulator tells Bloomberg. That he thinks the 7 37 Max is safe enough after Boeing's fixes, and he expects the aircraft will be flying over Europe again by the end of the year. I'm Mark Mills Bloomberg Business.

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"348 points" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"348 points" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Herself. State representative Mindy Dom of Amherst, says she's disappointed at how the state tracks covert 19 data among the state's colleges. She says. Each individual institution currently does its own reporting, with no consistency among them and a glaring lack of standardisation frequency at which they will put the data. It's all over the map. Um, and the way they report the data is also very inconsistent. One place may do it one way Another place does another way. Dom says her office is creating a covert dashboard to reflect the college covert data and his posting the information on Dom's website. The State Health Department does report college testing data weekly, but Dom says it does not provide details on cases at specific campuses. Another delay for Boston school Children with Boston designated at high risk for Covad. Boston public schools again delaying the next phase of in person learning. The district, announcing last night that the start of phase three of in person learning for students in prekindergarten to third grade will be delayed one week to October 29th at the earliest. This is the second delay because of the high Corona virus infection rate, which is now In Boston at 4.4% special needs students in Boston Public schools are learning and continue to learn in person. 707 to Wall Street now in business with Bloomberg stocks were enjoying a buoyant Friday with the Dow Jones industrials up 348 points of the peak. But the major indexes limped across the finish line, losing most of the day's gains. In the final hour of trading. The Dow finished the day up 112 points a 28,006 06, the S and P 500 game, just half a point, just a fraction And the NASDAQ was down about a third of a percent. Michael Sheldon, chief investment officer at Hightower RGM financial Group is positive on the stock market, but notes that many companies and workers are still struggling. Certainly, there are a lot of companies and industries that have been left behind. And only 52%. Of all the workers that were let go have been rehired, so it's sort of a two speed recovery at this point. Goldman Sachs President John Waldron told a conference Friday that he sees a wave of corporate takeovers coming leading to a jumpin job losses. Waldron expects a large number of big companies to take over weaker firms that have been hurt by the pandemic, with many positions disappearing once Cos Combine I'm Mark Mills Bloomberg Business on W. B. C. Boston's news radio Coming up, It's 7 19 evidence released in the plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Wittner. Countdown is.

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"348 points" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"348 points" Discussed on WTOP

"Amazing showroom in Fairfax, Pryor sells excluded minimum purchase supplies excludes Monterey CEOs for details. Money News 25 55 ON t o P. Here's Mark Miller. This is a Bloomberg money Minutes. Stocks took a late stumble on Wall Street are racing an earlier gain and leaving major indexes mixed. On Friday, the Dow had been up a cz Muchas 348 points but finished up just 112 at 28,006 06, the S and P. 500 closed up a fraction of a point but still managed to post a modest gain for the week. NASDAQ was off about a third of a percent today, investors have new September retail sales numbers to go on the nearly two Percent increase was almost three times the growth in August and the fastest growth since June. Poonam Doyle, a senior retail analyst with Bloomberg Intelligence, says the holiday shopping season will be much more of a digital exercise than usual stories. They're not opening up Thanksgiving Day There will be limited your traffic on black Friday. Given capacity constraints, The volume is really going to be dependent on large Europe's aviation regulator tells Bloomberg that he thinks the 7 37 Max is safe enough after Boeing's fixes, and he expects the Aircraft would be flying over Europe again by the end of the year from the Bloomberg News Room. I'm Mark Mills on w T. O P and still ahead, the number no one wants to report eight million Americans now infected with the Corona virus. 10 27 Joann thought she had tried everything to relieve her back pain at 73 years old. Her seven year struggle with back pain wasn't going away. Then she met with the expert spine surgeons at Medstar.

"348 points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"348 points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Engineers to fuel growth. Among the leaders is N J. T Graduate Bottle shot principal engineer with global engineering consultancy Mark McDonald. I don't think it's lost on the students of NGO people there in our area. I mean, Hurricane Sandy hit us almost a decade ago. We're still feeling the impact of today. Reversing climate change will be a challenge, and that means looking at things like renewable energy. Looking at things like solar and wind. The first officer wind projects happen in the Northeast Corridor is in Atlantic City, and you have engaged engineers myself included, who is managing the first offshore wind. Programing campaign in North America. So we're building offer winter minds off the Atlantic Shelf to power. New York City to Power. Atlantic City Power Philadelphia and J T. New Jersey Institute of Technology. Learnmore NJ dot edu. This is a Bloomberg money minute stock stumbled over the finish line on Friday, wrapping up a choppy week. By dropping most of the day's gains. In the final hour of trading, The Dow Jones industrials finished up 112 points a 28,006 or seven At one point, the dot was up 348 points, the S and P 500 barely positive. Up less than a point. The NASDAQ dropped about a third of a percent. Retailers and other companies that rely on consumer spending rose following a government report showing retail sales increased more than expected in September. Tony Rothko, CEO and chief investment officer at Wilmington, Trust investment Said the retail numbers gave stocks a lift certainly is a good report and that is, I think, largely responsible for why we're seeing a bit of AH, relief in the selloff out over the last few days. Visor said it could seek emergency use authorization for its cove in 19 vaccine in the U. S by late November if the shot is shown to be effective in a large scale trial. Putting to rest any notion that a vaccine could be cleared for emergency use in the U. S. Before Election Day. Mark Mills Bloomberg radio Asset managers who sees changed a launch new strategies at distribution channels, or exploit new technology to re engineer the investor experience, are often rewarded. However, in an industry paralyzed with complexity. You act with agility or decisively fewer on their businesses. Strategically yet the most competitive managers in the market no with the right partner and a flexible operating system, you can go boldly toward change. With S E I investment.

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"348 points" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"348 points" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Elderly population President Trump in Fort Myers today promise that the country was rounding the turn on the way to ending the Corona virus pandemic that hits older people, particularly hard seniors. Be the first in line for the vaccine, and we will soon be ending this pandemic. Florida is reporting more than 3400 new covert 19 cases today and 94 additional resident deaths. It's the most new Corona virus infections in nearly a month. More than 5500 cases reported this past Sunday. But that was After the state failed to issue a report on Saturday. The Sunshine State now topping 748,000 cases since March, Florida Republicans are encouraged by new voter registration numbers. State elections officials announced yesterday that the GOP registered 14% more voters this year compared to 2016 while Democrats registered just 9% more Democrats still have more registered voters, but the gap has shrunk in the last four years. Overall, the state has a million more registered voters this year than 2016. The 2020 census is officially over. The data shows Florida self response rate was 33rd in the US at 63.7% 10 years ago, It was 7/10 of a percent lower. Since his takers collected data from 36.2% of Florida residents is pushing the response rate. 2 99.9% After winning the first three games of the American League Championship Series, the temple they raise have lost two in a row to the Houston Astros Rays manager Kevin Cash. This isn't a tough stretch. We're playing good baseball against a AH, very good team, and it's a lot of back and forth so very confident that we'll be ready to go. Game six underway in San Diego with flu His news. I'm John Conrad. This is a Bloomberg money minute. Stocks took a late stumble on Wall Street are racing an earlier gain and leaving major indexes mixed. On Friday, the Dow had been up a cz Muchas 348 points but finished up just 112 at 28,006 06, the S and P. 500 closed up a fraction of a point but still managed to post a modest gain for the week. NASDAQ was off about a third of a percent Today, investors have new September retail sales numbers to go on. The nearly 2% increase was almost three times the group. In August and the fastest growth since June. Putnam Doyle, a senior retail analyst with Bloomberg Intelligence, says the holiday shopping season will be much more of a digital exercise than usual stories. They're not opening up Thanksgiving Day. There will be limited your traffic on black Friday. Given capacity constraints. The volume is really going to be dependent on a barge. Europe's aviation regulator tells Bloomberg that he thinks the 7 37 Max is safe enough after Boeing's fixes, and he expects the aircraft will be flying over Europe again by the end of the year. Mark Mills public radio Right now, you.

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"348 points" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"348 points" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"TV HD to Clearwater. At his rally in Ocala today, President Trump touted the fact he's placed a moratorium on oil drilling offshore of Georgia, the Carolinas and Florida telling the crowd. Florida was the one that wanted it The most. Florida didn't want to see flood coming onto the beaches or you're not gonna have it, so I just signed that up. And so you're all protected, and Matt worked very hard on it. He worked very, very hard on it. And so did your other. Great people here today and your governor wanted it very badly, So we got it done. Democratic nominee Joe Biden campaigned in Michigan today, but his wife, Jill, made two stops in Florida spending the afternoon at a women for Biden event in Lake Mary, and this evening holding a drive in rally in ST Petersburg. A new poll of likely Florida voters by Mason Dixon gives Joe Biden a three point lead over President Trump, which is within the margin of error. 6% say they're still undecided. Florida elections officials say there is a misinformation campaign underway. Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections Windy So, Torey Link says voters are contacting her office after getting confusing text messages and they'll say it says that my bell, it wasn't signed or my ballot's not going to count. And I didn't even order a ballot link urges voters to contact local elections officials if you get such a text or a phone call Agriculture Commissioner Nicky Freed, urging Floridians to mask up. Freed has proclaimed October 16th to October 23rd as mask up Florida weak to prevent the spread of covert 19. The Astros still alive again, avoiding elimination, topping the race for three last night in Game five. Of the American League Championship Series. The Astros trail 32 in the series after being down 0 to 3 Game six of the best of seven series now underway in San Diego with Florida's news I'm John Conrad. This. Here's a Bloomberg money minutes. Stocks were enjoying a buoyant Friday with the Dow Jones industrials up 348 points of the peak. But the major indexes limped across the finish line, losing most of the day's gains. In the final hour of trading. The Dow finished the day up 112 points a 28,006 06, the S and P 500 game, just half a point, just a fraction and the NASDAQ was down about a third of a percent. Michael Sheldon, chief investment officer at Hightower RGM financial Group, is positive on the stock market, but notes that many companies and work Sirs air still struggling. Certainly there are a lot of companies and industries that have been left behind and on Lee 52% of all the workers they were let go have been rehired, so it's sort of a two speed recovery at this point. Goldman Sachs President John Waldron told a conference Friday that he sees a wave of corporate takeovers coming leading to a jumpin job losses. Waldron expects a large number of big companies to take over weaker firms that have been hurt by the pandemic, with many positions disappearing once companies combined. Mark Mills Limburg radio Let's imagine.

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"348 points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"348 points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A Bloomberg money Minutes. Stocks were enjoying a buoyant Friday with the Dow Jones industrials up 348 points of the peak. But the major indexes limped across the finish line, losing most of the day's gains. In the final hour of trading. The Dow finished the day up 112 points a 28,006 06, the S and P 500 gained just half a point, just a fraction and the NASDAQ was down about a third of a percent. Michael Sheldon, chief investment officer at Hightower Rdm Financial Group is positive on the stock market, but notes that many companies and workers air still struggling. Certainly there are a lot of companies and industries That had been left behind and on Lee 52% of all the workers they were let go have been rehired, so it's sort of a two speed recovery at this point. Goldman Sachs President John Waldron told a conference Friday that he sees a wave of corporate takeovers coming leading to a jumpin job losses. Waldron expects a large number of big companies to take over weaker firms that have been hurt by the pandemic. With many positions disappearing once companies combined Mark Males live radio president of the Jewish communal Fund, Zoya Rains, and her husband, Robert Friedman, Jewish activists and philanthropists talk about why they chose the Jewish communal fund for their charitable giving as very busy working parents. We wanted to focus more on the charity part of it and wanted to focus more on our Children and less on the administration Theaters Communal fund is one of the oldest and largest donor advised funds, but Same time. They're totally up to date and have state of the art systems for us to access and manager of.

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Dow ends up over 100 points on upbeat retail sales data

Bloomberg Markets

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Dow ends up over 100 points on upbeat retail sales data

"Those giant technology companies dropped amid today's expiration of equity options. Earlier gains were driven by better than estimated economic data. The standout retail sales today the SNP as I mentioned up by half a point off 112. That was a gain of about 4/10 of 1% best level on the Dow. The Dow had been up 348 points, NASDAQ Been up 113 end of day with a loss of 42 points down by about 4/10 of 1% AA

"348 points" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"348 points" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Owuor, Wall Street headed lower sharply lower The opening bell down Jones Industrial Futures down 348 points. NASDAQ Down 187 905 star time Right now. That's the next update. 9 30 breaking news at once. I'm Joe Bartlett on 7 10 W. On NBC News radio station, New York Wakes up Run Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning on the Voice of New York 7 10 W. R. Good morning, everybody. The big three headlines. You gotta grab a copy of the New York Post this morning Explosive story about Hunter Biden, the vice president's son, selling access peddling, peddling access to his dad to Ukrainians to the Chinese to just about everybody out there. Of course, you're not going to read the story in The New York Times. You're not going to really see this story on NBC or CNN or MSNBC. And Lan reluctantly has had to talk about it this morning. Only because I forced the issue. The mainstream media folks is going to cover up for the Bidens. They're in the tank 100% in the tank. For Joe Biden. And not a lot of room in that tank Lynn right, you bumping into Ah, bumping into Lester Holt and Anderson, Cooper and people like that. Is your swimming around in that tank. I guess you weren't listening when we had Ah, former Governor David Paterson on and he said, There are a lot of holes in that story, and and David goes out of his way to be fair politically, and he so accurately pointed out. A lot of suspect information in that story that comes out a couple of weeks before Election Day. He kind of likened it to Ah, campaign dirty tricks. But if you want to go with it and fly with it like it's absolute gospel, be my guest, Michael. A lot of suspicion there about old hunter Biden Lindo. I mean, what do you think he was doing for that Ukrainian oil company there for $50,000 a month. What do you think His job description was? Tell me what he did illegally just just go ahead and lay out the law. What he did illegally and go prosecute him. And if he did something legally, if he does something illegal, lock him up. What do you want from me? I'm sure you hung on every word of that. New York Times story about how Trump has been selling influence since even in the White House because some Romanian politician shook his hand at Mar a Lago. What was illegal there? Nothing illegal there. First of all, I didn't hang on every word of the story. I kind of lost interest after the first paragraph and don't give the ball score in the first paragraph Who won, Who lost? I'm out of there. But you know you want to bang on about Hunter by any needs something to hang your hat on, because the president's hurting in the polls than that go for it, But I don't think it's going to fly with the American public really Well, we're going to see what's gonna happen tonight. Because we have the dueling town halls. Trump will be At NBC and the Biden will be a T A. B. C and we'll see if the ABC people if they have the guts to really press Biden and the fact that his son is out there selling access To the vice president. I have a feeling that Trump is goingto crush the Biden Town hall in the ratings because we just know Barlett. You know, this Trump is going to be wildly more entertaining than Biden is going to be a town hall, please. Although, if you know it might be entertaining to watch Joe Biden the sea and just how he maintains himself throughout this That's right. It's 90 minutes is that can you go for that one second stretch for him, You know, I don't think he's going to get a lot of hard questions. That was my daughter pointed out. They do make Devi ours so you can watch one and DVR the other and compare notes. If you're so inclined, I just think whoever likes Trump's gonna watch Trump whoever What likes buying is gonna watch Biden and yes, Trump will probably be more entertaining. It's like You know, it's like going to AA car race and rooting for accidents. I get it. And rounding out the big Three. And this leads us into your zealous Stockton. Rossini. Dr Fauci and we must do everything that the great Dr felt she tells us to do. Right, Len, whenever, Doctor you so down on Dr. No, you line up. Do you like get your marching orders from Donald Trump? Donald Trump, you know, makes fun of faulty, so Oh, I think that's a great idea. I think all make fun of it. Why don't you have an original thought Michael. I'm an independent thinker, Dr Fauci says. We have to rethink Thanksgiving may not be the time for us together with the relatives we haven't seen in quite a while. So well, you want to support that theory because you don't like your relatives, and they don't like you truly mean. I understand why you want to get behind on this one. Natalie Natalie, That's not fair. I go up to see my parents every chance I get. That's not fair. Tell me about your sister. Is she going to be there too? Well, I was going up to her house. Okay, We got all the money so she's she's should have rapid tests for everybody at the table before. You know, you guys problem with very good She could so All right. Let's check in with W ars. Alice Stockton Rossini out there on the streets of New York City, Finding out Alice Do people really want to forgo Thanksgiving this year and just sit at home by the little Selves their lonesome little Selves and have a cold turkey sandwich? Overwhelmingly. No, not happening. Overwhelmingly. People still going to get together. Overwhelmingly. People love their families. I tried to get people to talk about, like hating their families and G. What a great excuse not to see them, not one person. Took a bite of that one. Everyone wants to have Thanksgiving, but its variations of the holiday most people are having fewer people and their social distance thing. Just so it's a little different, but it's still gonna be the same doing math. No, I'm gonna be in my sister's on the cats jumping all over me like crazy human gonna be helping cooking. We're going to be doing the traditional, you know, stuffing on the side of one of and it's going to be fun, no mask. No mask. It's just gonna be family son all mask, no social distancing. Fairfax is enough. I says it's family will have the chairs around the table like we always do. You need something normal and it's family. One thing that might be different as, um, maybe no hand holding for, you know, saying Grace, but we won't be saying Grace. Did she say fascism nut in the middle of that? Yeah. Felt you did not. Enough with Valachi. She's had it without you know, other people are just going to hang with the people They've been hanging with. So it's just my family, immediate family and whoever's in our pod. In your pie? Yes, in our pod, So anyone that we have been with during the pandemic will be at our home for Thanksgiving. Okay, masks, social distancing. No, because they're in my pod. So we've been together since we shut down in what March. And so it's very close friends and family that many people in the pie.

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"348 points" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"348 points" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Team process. McEnany brief reporters outside the White House on Friday and Sunday, both times not wearing a mask. McEnaney says in her statement that no reporters producers were members of the press are deemed close context to her by the White House medical unit. She adds that she had no knowledge of hope Hicks positive test before she had a formal briefing at the White House last Thursday. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington, ABC News has learned. Chad Gil Martin, a member of the White House press spokespeople has also tested positive over the weekend. Medical experts commenting on President Trump's decision to ride around Walter Reed Hospital in a limo, wearing a mask to greet his supporters yesterday about all of the pros echo Dr James Phillips. Chief of disaster medicine at George Washington University Hospital and a nonmilitary attending physician at Walter Reed. And I don't know what the benefits of this political stunt were. But I do know what the risks were. And my concern is that perhaps the secret Service agents that were inside don't know the full risk of what they were up against there, while his father Ales Eric Trump, is sitting for a deposition is part of an investigation by the New York Attorney general's office into whether the Trump organization improperly inflated the value of certain assets to get loans or tax benefits. President Trump's son was ordered to appear by Wednesday after a judge rejected his attempt to delay the deposition until after Election Day. Eric Trump has called the investigation and anti Trump fishing expedition. The attorney general's office is scrutinizing at least four properties and is taking Eric Trump's testimony. Virtually Aaron Carter Ski ABC NEWS NEW YORK Tropical Storm Deltas formed as of this morning in the Caribbean near Jamaica, forecast to become a hurricane this week as it moves into the Gulf of Mexico. Listening to ABC News. Arizona's new station station are on air 92 3 FM online at dot com and streaming Live on the gr nu Zap your Breaking News and Traffic. No, it's 10 02. Good morning. Nine. Peter Same or The President wants to go home to the White House today. But what should he and his campaign do after that? Our team coverage on his covert 19 infection continues now Corona virus at the White House, So we know the president canceled his trip to Tucson in Flagstaff following his covert 19 diagnosis, But Vice President Mike Pence will host a rally in Peoria on Thursday. The vice president's rally set for 11 30 Thursday morning, T y Our tactical Peoria. Valley political experts stand, Barnes told Arizona's boring news. He believes the president will be back out on the campaign trail soon. Yeah, of course I do. I'm no position, but yes, I do believe there is time. Between now and election Day for this to pass through and for him to get back on the trail and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris, will be in Arizona for the first time Thursday. Jim Cross Katie our news. That team is not exact, announced an exact location at this point, but we'll bring it to you. Once we get it, Katie our eyes on the economy. What does President Trump's Corona virus diagnosis mean for our economy? Valley economist Jim Grounds tells Katie Air hard to know for sure at this point is going to impact the election in any way. Is he going to get extremely sick? Or will he be one of the fortunate ones that doesn't get very sick? Is there any chance that Biden is infected now and round says uncertainty usually leads to negative economic implications. But chances are this won't have a huge pack on the impact on the economy. And right now the Dow is up 348 points, pushing it back over 28,000, the S A. P and the NASDAQ are both up right now. Now and by the way, vice President Pence and former vice President Biden both tested negative again this morning for the Corona virus.

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"348 points" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"348 points" Discussed on KCRW

"Playing video games. Mainly, there's news. It's buying a quietly ubiquitous tech company based in Cambridge, England. For $40 billion. You may have arm holdings technology in your pocket or purse right now. Marketplaces. Nova Sappho is here. Nova. Why so much money to link to somewhat obscure cos Well, David, you said it. The arm is practically ubiquitous. It's a 90%. Of smartphones out there. Both Apple and Android phones and what arm does is design blueprints to make the microprocessor chips that go inside nearly everything that computes armed licenses this technology to anyone who wants it, So Qualcomm, a big chip maker, uses it also Apple, Samsung, China's walk away with arms technology and so many gizmos. It makes it easier for these devices to talk to each other. So toasters talking to smartphones that kind of thing. Meanwhile, in Vidia, as you mentioned is big in video gaming world and in artificial intelligence, it makes powerful computer chips and this deal will catapulted into the broader tech ecosystem. Is that why I'm already seeing some objections? Tio this deal. That's right. Just hours after the deal was announced, there were already signs that there's a tough road ahead to get this deal approved. There are a number of questions first in video makes chips as we said, so how will it treat competing chip makers who want to keep licensing arms technology? In video says it will remain neutral. But regulators will want to answer that question. Also, China will be involved because in videos buying a Chinese subsidiary of arm so how will U. S China Trade Tensions Play into this? All of this remains to be answered. Nova. Thank you. As you may have been hearing the owner of the Social Media Company, the company that owns TIC Tac will partner with the U. S database from Oracle. The Trump administration gave bite Dance of China a deadline to sell its U. S operations have been concerns about what Tic Tac does with all the user data it collects. The host of our program. Marketplace TECH Molly Wood says it may help that Oracle CEO is tight with the Trump team since everything these days is also about politics, and everything about this forced sale is highly unusual. It also has to be noted that Oracle and particularly Larry Ellison, our boosters of President Trump and the company has sought more military and government contracts. Ellison has also warned about the competitive threat that China poses. Now the administration does have to say yes to any deal, and that's why it helps that Ellison and Oracle are friendlies. All right. Note that TIC tac Oracle would be a partnership but not an outright divestiture, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said on CNBC this morning. The government will review this proposal this week. Oracle stock is up nearly 7% of the moment. Volatile tech stocks seem to be stabilizing today. At the moment, the NASDAQ composite index is up 2.2% the Dow is up 348 points 1.3%. The SNP is up 1.7%. The interest rates are lower. Still this morning 0.66% for the benchmark 10 Year rate.

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"348 points" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"348 points" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Mainly, there's news. It's buying a quietly ubiquitous tech company based in Cambridge, England. For $40 billion. You may have arm holdings technology in your pocket or purse right now. Marketplaces. Nova Sappho is here. Nova. Why so much money to link to somewhat obscure cos Well, David, you said it arm is practically ubiquitous. It's a 90%. Of smartphones out there both Apple and android phones and what harm does is design blueprints to make the microprocessor chips that go inside nearly everything that computes armed licenses this technology to anyone who wants it. So Qualcomm, a big chip maker, uses it also Apple, Samsung, China's walk away with arms technology, and so many gizmos, it makes it easier for these devices to talk to each other. So toasters talking to smartphones that kind of thing. Meanwhile, in video, as you mentioned is big in video gaming world and in artificial intelligence, it makes powerful computer chips and this deal will catapulted into the broader tech ecosystem. Is that why I'm already seeing some objections? Tio this deal. That's right. Just hours after the deal was announced, there were already signs that there's a tough road ahead to get this deal approved. There are a number of questions first in video makes chips as we said, so how will it treat competing chip makers who want to keep licensing arms technology? In video says it will remain neutral. But regulators will want to answer that question. Also, China will be involved because in videos buying a Chinese subsidiary of arm so how will U. S China Trade Tensions Play into this? All of this remains to be answered. Nova. Thank you. As you may have been hearing the owner of the Social Media Company, the company that owns TIC Tac will partner with the U. S database from Oracle. The Trump administration gave bite Dance of China a deadline to sell its U. S operations have been concerns about what Tic Tac does with all the user data it collects the host of our program. Marketplace TECH Molly Wood. Says it may help that Oracle CEO is tight with the Trump team since everything these days is also about politics, and everything about this forced sale is highly unusual. It also has to be noted that Oracle and particularly Larry Ellison, our boosters of President Trump and the company has sought more military and government contracts. Ellison has also warned about the competitive threat that China poses. Now the administration does have to say yes to any deal, and that's why it helps. That Ellison and Oracle are friendlies. All right. Note that TIC tac Oracle would be a partnership but not an outright divestiture, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said on CNBC this morning. The government will review this proposal this week. Oracle stock is up nearly 7% of the moment. Volatile tech stocks seem to be stabilizing today. At the moment, the NASDAQ composite index is up 2.2% the Dow is up 348 points 1.3%. The SNP is up 1.7%. The interest rates are lower. Still this morning 0.66% for the benchmark 10.

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"348 points" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"348 points" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"71 in Modesto. On news. 93.1 became alright. Louse gets the money and business news with Kelly Brothers of Genitals, Burford and brothers. Good morning, Kelly. Good morning at, uh, interesting days in New York City is a matter of fact, out in the Hamptons. They're reporting No one's left. Usually it's labor Day when everyone clears out and heads back to the city, But no everyone staying out there in the rental rates are Through the roof out on Long Island, so not to mention the fact that you have Hilton Times Square closing down for good. That's a 44 storey hotel right in the heart of New York City. A number of other hotels, considering it A word is that one third of all hotels are currently delinquent on their debt payments in New York City, So ah, tough days in these very dense areas as you guys were just detail ing telethon. They are doubling down. On the whole stay at home Fitness craze. They've come out with another very expensive bike. In this case, it has a 24 inch rotating touch screens. You could do streaming floor workouts in addition to on the bike. A new force speaker. Sound system, an Apple watch pairing option that's going to set you back about 2500 bucks. I think for that bike, not to mention the tread, but they've done very well this year, and they don't think that this is something temporary. That's going to go away, so they're kind of doubling down right now. Market overall today Lower again the selloff continuing After the market got well ahead of itself. The Dow's off 557 points at 27 5 73. That's about 2%. The NASDAQ is down, 3% down 348 points. The S and P down. 77 Gold down 19 at 1915 Announce oil off by 7.5% this morning 10 Year Bond deal 100.66 Alright, Kelly. Thanks so much. It's September. 8th. It's time for what year? What happened? Albert? What have you found? Yes, The first year I found is the year 19 sick. Not 1966. 1996. Yes..

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"348 points" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"348 points" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"For others are reported to be in critical condition after a gas explosion demolished three homes this morning in northwest Baltimore Parish heard it's sitting in my house and all I heard was bold, then ran down the street and saw several houses demolished. Look, this man has no shoes on he Savary and three blocks We get down the block. See that houses are nothing but rubble. She began knocking on doors. Is and digging through rubble to get people out of their homes Theory. It was just something I never wanna see again. Musky ABC NEWS Baltimore, Arizona, setting a new record for high temperatures over the weekend. We've had 34 days so far, with temperatures above 110 degrees. The National Weather Service Phoenix tweeting that out yesterday. This best the last record of 33 days in 2011. It seems likely we'll get to more than 34 days since this week. Temperatures are predicted to be above 110 on Wednesday through Saturday. A July has already gone down in the record books as the hottest month of Phoenix. His history Julie, the Vin Katie are news and firefighters have the upper hand fighting the 3000 acre Bumble Bee Fire north of Phoenix. It's now 84% contained. No homes have been lost in that fire. Let's get a look at your money from ABC News Wall Street. Now investors seem generally pleased with President Trump signing of executive orders meant to extend Corona virus relief. McDonald's has filed suit against the chief executive officer it fired last year because of an admitted affair with an employee. The company wants back the multimillion dollar golden parachute. It gave Steve Easterbrook after learning he had had inappropriate relationships with at least three employees. A salmonella outbreak linked to onions has expanded to 43 states in Canada, prompting a recall from various grocery store chains. 640 people have gotten sick. Electric cars are nearly silent. But when the Ford Mustang Maki arrives in showrooms later this year, customers will be able to hear the sound of an engine revving when they pushed the accelerator Ford has built in the optional sound of a conventional Mustang. Jim Ryan, ABC News checking the latest numbers on Wall Street, The Dow Jones industrials up 348 points Right now, the NASDAQ is down 33. The S and P 500 is up 10 points for more money news because of the Katie, our business center at Katie Jr dot com. All anti bodies are not.

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"348 points" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"348 points" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Jim Tony nominated actor Nick Cordero, who specialized in playing tough guys on Broadway and shows such as Interest in the Bronx, has died. He suffered severe medical complications after contracting Covert 19 Cordero was 41 Francis Male News at 502 Good morning, everyone I'm John Matthews. Fairfax County schools want to let parents decide whether to send their kids back to school buildings this fall. But if teacher Have any say no one will return to class goes, how it's going to effect any individual That's really scary. This is the most uncertain it's ever been as to when school will start how learning will be conducted him early. Adams is president of the Fairfax Education Association, which, along with two other teacher union held a town hall yesterday and called on the county to stick with distance learning on Lee. This ball, teachers say if they can't do their job, they can't do their jobs if they don't feel safe. The county school superintendent meets with parents and a Virtual town hall later today. 19 people at a child's birthday party took shelter from a thunderstorm in Pasadena and Anna Randall County yesterday afternoon by running into a garage. But that plan was foiled when a large tree fell on the garage in the storm and injured at least 14 people, one of them with critical injuries. Six people were trapped by the tree until firefighters could cut them out. Loudon County is going old school with plans to bring U ENTERTAINMENT. This number tickets go on sale today for drive in movies that the county's new soccer stadium Segre field. This is a great way for us to kick off something that will allow people all ages to come out to watch family friendly movies from the comfort of their vehicles. Claire Smith with the Loudon Parks Department says the Friday night events will start July 17th. You can get more information at the county government's website. Between the protests and the pandemic. Virginia residents have been responding by stockpiling weapons. Gun sales rose to historic levels in the state in June, more than 81,000 transactions made the second monthly records that this year and a 157% increase over the same month last year. Dealers say the sales driven in part by new gun control measures that took effect July 1st, as well as those $1200 stimulus payments from the government checking your money. The Dow futures up 348 points this morning, The NASDAQ futures up one The six in sports. The Nationals have confirmed that two players have tested positive for covert 19 both of them testing positive before arriving at Nationals Park for the start of summer camp. The Redskins three minority owners are all reported to be trying to sell their shares in the team. The Washington Post as they've hired a firm to conduct a search for potential buyers and Bryson's Day. Shambo wins the Rocket Mortgage Classic by three strokes Sunday for his first victory of the season. News times, 504 up next traffic and weather than mornings on the mall. One W M A L.

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