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"51 points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:51 min | 6 months ago

"51 points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Down about 1.6% on the day It's actually going to finish it in the green Up about a tenth of a percent or so 51 points we'll give you the points here on this day as you get some perspective here Meanwhile the S&P 500 is going to finish lower It's down about 8 tenths of a percent but it could have been a lot worse there The NASDAQ composite though didn't fare as well here It gained about 1.7% yesterday or so It's actually down 2.3% here on the date So giving back all of those gains from yesterday and a lot of that is because of those big cap tech names which all seem to take a Lake lower here because of that warning that we got out of snap As far as that cyclical trade not much happening there the Rus of 2000 year old lower on the day by about one and a half percent All right so a volatile day certainly in the equity trade here but definitely finishing off its lows of the session The vix also volatile today We start up as much as 2.6 down about half a point finishing the day just up about one point So big swings in that as well as investors try to figure out Taylor Really which way to go Carol I really like that you talked about the big swings You certainly see that You have the gainers that are up 2% and the losers that are down 6% That's just really shows you sort of the wide range the dispersion that we're in Let's start with some of those gainers for a radio audiences We have redo Do every day sort of the second sector's underneath the S&P It feels a little defensive Carol it's food and beverage It's utilities This household products It's food and Staples It really is sort of those classic defensive staple sectors Those are up again anywhere from one and a quarter to 2% I bring you down to the bottom unfortunately it's the retelling index And now that we're looking forward to Nordstrom's and then of course some of the semiconductors media I'm looking at you snap and then of course some of these auto components as well that are off anywhere from really Carol here about four to 6% on the day All right good to know Let me get to some of the gainers in today's session zoom We talked about it yesterday after the closing Bill when it reported that it's earnings That stock up about 5.6% on top of the NASDAQ 100 projected revenue profit that top down list estimates perhaps not just a pandemic play although Alice still concerned that the company could see a potential slowdown So just something to keep in mind This was a name another name though I want to get to that was top of the NASDAQ 100 top in the S&P 500 We're talking about O'Reilly Automotive That stock was up about 5% The company's CFO Jeremy Fletcher bought over 500,000 shares So we've been seeing some insider buying in some of the names and that included O'Reilly And then I want to get two frontline limited That stock was also up in today's session up about 6.6% Small market cap about a $1 billion It's up about 32% so far It's a marine shipping company Owns large crude carriers and this company out today reporting first quarter net income that beat estimates so investors moving into that name Tim Well we got to talk about snap The company closing 43% lower That's right 43% This is its biggest one day drop on record Look at that closing at $12 and 79 cents not just a 52 week low but also its lowest since April of 2020 and below its IPO price It comes after the company cut its revenue and profit forecast beneath the low end of its previous guidance We've talked about this throughout the day The company blaming macroeconomic issues labor disruptions the supply chain And of course those changes that Apple made to its operating system We also saw shares of other social media companies take a hit shares of Pinterest having a terrible day too And then Facebook meta platforms as the parent company they're falling 7.6% As a result of those snap earnings abercrombie and Fitch is another one that I wanted to hit shares following falling 28.7% on the day This is actually its worst day ever Since November 16th of 2020 this is after the company reported a loss for its latest quarter and lowered its annual outlook Freight raw material Back when you used to work there when you were in college You were like one of the guys that stood outside but that was your shirt off Spraying people with cologne What's changed there though I mean is this all just about inventory is this more about style trends I think it's about well it's about a few things I mean a lot of it has to do with just rising costs that the company didn't foresee The same issues that target and Walmart talked about And did have supply chain disruptions as a result of factory shutdowns And then higher freight costs And it's a question that I have two romaine is why didn't investors see this coming And why is this all catching companies off guard Because we know that energy costs have gone up We know that supply chain allows have been there But it seems like day after day over the last week or so as we've heard from these retailers we're still seeing lots of surprises And I suppose that it's interesting as to how much they're not deciding to pass it on to the consumer I suppose in that respect and perhaps you'd expect that from a target and from a Walmart but would you expect it from the high end shirt makers I don't know I mean I'm looking at sort of the picture you paint whether it be advertising spend putting back whether it's the worry about a consumer where it's worried about housing we're seeing that risk aversion in the marketplace out in the FX market I go cross asset for you for a moment and the bid to havens Japanese yen strengthening by 8 tenths percent against the U.S. dollar and move into the Swiss franc as well These two typical haven trades they see in the foreign currency market In fact seeing the Canadian dollar the loony dipping a little bit So weakening in the Canadian dollar as we see oil actually pull back a little bit This is we see the once again the U.S. government trying to dip into its strategic reserves trying to alleviate some of this inflation pressure we see in terms of gas prices elsewhere we see natural gas still pushing higher We see iron ore on the up a little bit So mixed picture coming in terms of commodities really what you did see was again a bid for gold that being another key haven of choice on the day And I'm looking at what was well good for the havens in terms of global bonds Taylor We see money moving into Greek debt into the Norwegian debt into UK gilts as well There really was such a haven today Yeah it's certainly see that search for haven I'm going to keep this quick I know that we've quarterly results coming out On the front end of the curve really is all where the action was really strong to your yield as we get a drop here of about 11 to 13 basis points on the twos and 5s You guys we have to go to Nordstrom's Take a look at this The board is authorizing a new $500 million buyback program First quarter net sales up 19% the estimate was for 9% and they're now looking at a full year ebit margin a 5.8 to 6.2 That is raising the previous guidance So Carol again more of a domestically focused company but when you think about the huge pressure coming into this off the backs of a Walmart or a target or an abercrombie you name it certainly at least here painting a different picture Well and this is where you have to think about what this retailer is who are their customers right This tends to be to some extent a higher end customer let's ask remain if he's been shopping there but it's interesting I also think when you have a buyback investors note that in particular but that sales number that first quarter net sales up almost 19% versus an estimate of up 9.3% man that is just blockbuster romaine Yeah this looks like a pretty good report I'm just kind of digging through the release and looking at some of the inventory numbers Ending inventory did rise about 24% in the quarter from the.

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"51 points" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:46 min | 8 months ago

"51 points" Discussed on ESPN FC

"League place. Take a look at that. United have played 30 games around 51 points. Arsenal four points ahead of them and they have two games in hand as well. Spurs meanwhile, sending 5th then or out of the race either. Don't when we've talked about arsenal's possibility of filling in the Champions League, you bring up the points where you know those games in hand are difficult. You know, you can't guarantee they're going to pick up some points. That is almost irrelevant now, isn't it? Given the way that united are dropping points. To a degree, the one thing I'm a little bit of afraid of, the nail on my hat on arsenal, is there a way fixtures done and they are really, really tough away fixtures. So they're not there yet, but every time a weekend comes by and they see bad united dropping points or west and we're dropping points or dropping points. Of course it helps. You've got those games in hand. We have still got a winner. But all of a sudden now they've got to think the four point cushion. I think to man united the game or two in hand. So they're certainly in the box seat. And got passed on Monday, Stevie. I'm still should be confident at this stage. They've gotten themselves from bottom of the league and fourth position, and they haven't done it by being lucky. They've done it through a process, defending well, passing the ball well and managing to score some goals at the right time. Right. They should be confident because if they look over the shoulder, they'll see teams like Tottenham, who you're not sure what you get. Sure. And man united who seem like the, again, you don't know what you're getting. So these should be confident going into any game, whether it's crystal policy where anybody else. I'll tell you what, if you want more of Steve nickel, he's been busy today, breaking down everything you need to know about the Premier League and more. You can check that out.

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"51 points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:13 min | 9 months ago

"51 points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Special report The Russian invasion of Ukraine the chief of U.S. central command general Frank McKenzie is talking about the state of Russia's military We can all make our judgments about how motivated the Russian soldiers appear and they don't appear where I sit at least to be particularly motivated or particularly engaged Mackenzie was asked to compare Ukraine's response with the rapid collapse of Afghan security forces last summer He said he's still digesting what happened with the Afghan forces The United Nations reports they've completed their first convoy of humanitarian aid to northeastern Ukraine The convoy brought medical supplies bottled water ready to eat meals and canned food to about 35,000 people Former presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton are standing with Ukraine The former president's visited a Ukrainian church in Chicago in a video capturing the visit posted to Twitter both Bush and Clinton held yellow sunflowers which is Ukraine's national flower This has been a special report I'm Brian shook And I'm Charlie pelota Bloomberg world headquarters It was the best week for the U.S. stock market since 2020 This week the S&P was up 6.2% also notching its fourth day of gains This was a week dominated not only by the war in Ukraine but also by the Federal Reserve in which the fed announced liftoff as for efforts to fight inflation drew Mattis chief market strategist at MetLife services and solutions The fed uses the tools they have most of the tools are actually communication tools right now And so you'll see them using the dot plot I think it's purposeful I think it's the only thing they can do And so it's the only thing that they will do Drew Mattis of MetLife Today we got industry data showing sales of previously owned homes at a 6 month low with that story here's Bloomberg's vinyl giudice A limited supply of homes and high costs account for February sales decline The median sales prices up 15% from a year ago to roughly $357,000 first time buyers accounted for less than a 30 sales lower than last year They need a Bloomberg radio and a realtor dot com chief economist Danielle Hale said while affordability is a challenge demand will likely stay robust Rents are rising and are expected to continue rising So they're going to have to live somewhere and renting is also a costly option So I think that's going to keep housing demand relatively strong even in the face of some serious challenges Chief economist Danielle Hale at realtor dot com Stocks rallied this week the S&P up 6.2% today the S&P gained 51 points up 1.2% The Dow up 274 up .8% NASDAQ up 279 up by 2% Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Charlie palette This is Bloomberg I'm Barry Rudolph you're listening to masters in business on Bloomberg radio My extra special guest this week is Darren Palmer He has been the general manager of battery EVs at Ford helping to oversee Ford's $50 billion shift to electrification So let's talk a little bit about batteries You became general manager of battery vs and in 2021 tell us about the thinking behind that new job and where it's going Yeah so that job I used to be the product development director for team medicine So my role was in the design and development of the new cars leading the teams Obviously a large team is involved in that But in 20 later on they decided they would like me to take the vehicles to market because there's so many elements there that's the charge network and there's buying online and how they've customers want to be treated differently So we can general manager which means it was everything to do with looking after the customer and bringing those vehicles that we designed to market So that meant I talk with customers the whole time I watched social media all the time and I'm still very linked to the development teams to just make sure that we're learning quickly and we're evolving those vehicles That's really what the job is about fantastic job by the way I really enjoy it So let's talk about the announcement that was made fairly recently Ford's leadership decided it was time to go all in on EVs and there are I guess splitting into two companies Am I getting that right Tell us about the new structure that's coming Yeah So team medicine led the first round which delivered at least these first three products that you're seeing The market we actually really well to that And then it was seen as now is the time to organize ourselves to really compete with the best out there For the mix set of products because it's really a transformation And it was determined Jim Farley that the team to say hey I don't want people waking up in the morning and having to think about how to grow gas and how to grow bev because it's so different Your benefit is not just a normal gas car with electric motor and system It's a completely new technology product So he wanted to organize the teams so that they only are thinking about one of those So that's how the team have organized one is called Ford blue And one is called model E that's the electric one obviously And there's also Ford pro For pros all about the commercial customers and their sales and support They don't do the development That will be done in the base in blue or in modeling And it's an internal company The organization I would call it And so the model E team will be focused on everything about EVs If we aspect From the selection of.

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"51 points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 9 months ago

"51 points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm Charlie pellet At Bloomberg world headquarters Four days of gains for both the S&P 500 Index and the NASDAQ 100 index tech companies led the advance today Colin Martin is fixed income strategist at Charles Schwab We've gotten some good news lately We've seen risk assets bounce back sharply this week Not just in the equity markets but we've seen a strong bounce back in the credit markets as well But there's still a lot of uncertainty out there Specifically the number of rate increases Colin Martin of Charles Schwab Now as for forecasts by fed members for their interest rate projections also known as the dot plot Lisa shallot is chief investment officer at Morgan Stanley As much as J pal has been good at being a good communicator to the street of late I'm not entirely sure that he's been good at corralling all the governors around a true data driven analytical framework Lisa shout out of Morgan Stanley Over at JPMorgan asset management global market strategist David liebovitz says what's not needed is a half point hike To me that the fed would be better off sticking with 25 basis points and potentially trading some rate heights later on this year for an accelerated reduction in their balance sheet in an effort to keep that curve upward sloping and prevent the inversion signal from really undermining investor risk appetite David Leibovitz of JPMorgan asset management The Dow the S&P and nez stack all higher on this Friday now for the week the S&P was up 6.2% NASDAQ this week up by 8.2% the Dallas week advanced 5 and a half percent S&P gained 51 points today up 1.2% the Dow is up 274 up .8% NASDAQ surged today by 2% Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Charlie pallet this is Bloomberg.

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"51 points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 9 months ago

"51 points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Got a great show for you today My name is Jack Fitzpatrick I'm co hosting with Emily Wilkins of Bloomberg government We're in for Joe who's off today We promise he will be back soon We're going to bring in Brian Klein founder of rich point global in a former U.S. diplomat in Beijing shortly to talk to us We're also going to hear from June Grasso host of Bloomberg law here on Bloomberg radio to talk about ketanji Brown Jackson's upcoming hearings for her Supreme Court nomination next week And of course we'll bring in our reliable panel Rick Davis and Jeannie shino Bloomberg politics contributors but the first person we've got to talk to is Charlie pellet for a market update Hi thank you very much Jack Fitzpatrick Here's what's going on Stocks had their best week since 2020 on the week the S&P rallied 6.2% four days of gains We had the Dow this week up 5 and a half percent NASDAQ the outperformer though this week up by 8.2% Tech companies led gains traders weighing mix signals from the peace talks between Russian Ukraine amid volatility from expiring options oil remained above one O four a barrel WTI today up by 1.7% Oil of course been a major story this week Brent crude ending the week at one O 7 71 up to day by 1% Spot gold on the minus side down 1.1% to 1921 the ounce ten year yield 2.14% two year yield 1.93% S&P today up 51 points up 1.2% to down today up 274 up 8 tenths as stack today up by 2% I'm Charlie palace That chick Jack Fitzpatrick is a Bloomberg business flash Thank you so much Charlie.

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"51 points" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:52 min | 11 months ago

"51 points" Discussed on WTOP

"In an unlikely turn LA is a win over division rival San Francisco away from being the second straight NFL team to play the Super Bowl on its home field The wizards are back below 500 for both the season and this current home stand falling hard to the Boston Celtics one 1687 to lose their third straight Jayson Tatum scored a season high 51 points to spoil the return of west unsaid junior to the wizards bench Maryland fared much better with a return of their coach Brenda freeze as the 12th ranked terps routed northwestern 87 50 nodding to snap a two game slide that made coach freeze happy after an emotional week Talk a game shooting 58% from the three point line 18 made three So just very unselfish you know I thought it was a thing of beauty where we really played for each other and made a lot of easy place Nobody had to take tough shots today The Turks go for the season sweep of Rutgers Thursday nights Rob wood fork to believe TOP sports just ahead teens in custody after a carjacking in northwest D.C. it's four 47 Are you excited about being a new grandmother Of course I am A little intimidated too Why Taking care of a baby today is so different than when I had you But mom you did great with me Thanks son but I put you on your stomach to sleep Right But now we know that baby should always be placed on their backs to sleep for naps and at night to reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome or sids You also slept with blankets and toys in your crib True But now we know to keep everything out of the crib except for my sweet baby girl No blankets pillows or other softer loose items Daddy's going to teach nana all the ways to keep you safe while you sleep Yes he is Yes he is For more tips on safe sleep for babies visit safe to sleep that NICHD dot united dot gov The safe.

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"51 points" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"51 points" Discussed on AP News

"AP sports I'm Jeff in coal block another day another milestone for Tom Brady and the Buccaneers thriller against the bills correspondent Tom Akins reports Tampa Bay came up with the game's biggest play in overtime to defeat buffalo 33 to 27 Brady had prashad Perriman for 58 yard touchdown pass to grab the win it was the 700 such on passing Brady's regular season and postseason career it's just amazing to have so many people share and all those great accomplishment said obviously to me I feel like they're all team awards elsewhere in the NFL the Broncos honor the memory of late wide receiver Demaryius Thomas with tributes decals and a 38 to 10 win over the lions ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson suffered a right ankle sprain in Baltimore's 24 to 22 lost to the rival Browns Jimmy Garoppolo's 12 yard touchdown pass to Brandon are you cliff did the 40 Niners over the Bengals 26 to 23 you know to seek those calm feeling on the sideline you get can you kind of feel the presence of everyone and never was you know I'm ready for that moment the cowboys held off Washington 27 to 20 the chiefs what the raiders 48 to 9 and the Packers brushed off the bears 45 to 30 other Sunday winners included the Titans saints falcons Seahawks and Chargers in the NBA Kevin Durant exploded for 51 points on 16 of 31 shooting and added 9 assists and 7 rebounds and then that's 116104 win over the pistons that's a lot of shots to get up close to average 30 through roles were season that's about it Johnson I want to be able to do everything not just focus on offense be honest identical Paul had 20 points 11 assists and 10 rebounds to carry the bucs past the next 11297 college basketball number 1 produced by once back to beat NC state 82 to 72 in overtime second ranked Baylor is poised to take over the top spot after it handled 6 ranked Villanova 5736 in the NHL the ducks top the blues 3 to 21 Troy Terry's penalty shot in O. T. yes in Coolbaugh A. P. sports AP sports I'm Jeff in coal block another day another milestone for Tom Brady and the Buccaneers thriller against the bills correspondent Tom Akins reports Tampa Bay came up with the game's biggest play in overtime to defeat buffalo 33 to 27 Brady had prashad Perriman for 58 yard touchdown pass to grab the win it was the 700 such on passing Brady's regular season and postseason career it's just amazing to have so many people share and all those great accomplishment said obviously to me I feel like they're all team awards elsewhere in the NFL the Broncos honor the memory of late wide receiver Demaryius Thomas with tributes decals and a 38 to 10 win over the lions ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson suffered a right ankle sprain in Baltimore's 24 to 22 lost to the rival Browns Jimmy Garoppolo's 12 yard touchdown pass to Brandon are you cliff did the 40 Niners over the Bengals 26 to 23 you know to seek those calm feeling on the sideline you get can you kind of feel the presence of everyone and never was you know I'm ready for that moment the cowboys held off Washington 27 to 20 the chiefs what the raiders 48 to 9 and the Packers brushed off the bears 45 to 30 other Sunday winners included the Titans saints falcons Seahawks and Chargers in the NBA Kevin Durant exploded for 51 points on 16 of 31 shooting and added 9 assists and 7 rebounds and then that's 116104 win over the pistons that's a lot of shots to get up close to average 30 through roles were season that's about it Johnson I want to be able to do everything not just focus on offense be honest identical Paul had 20 points 11 assists and 10 rebounds to carry the bucs past the next 11297 college basketball number 1 produced by once back to beat NC state 82 to 72 in overtime second ranked Baylor is poised to take over the top spot after it handled 6 ranked Villanova 5736 in the NHL the ducks top the blues 3 to 21 Troy Terry's penalty shot in O. T. yes in Coolbaugh A. P. sports AP sports on gas and coal block another day another milestone for Tom Brady and the Buccaneers thriller against the bills correspondent Tom Akins reports Tampa Bay came up with the game's biggest plays in overtime to defeat buffalo 33 to 27 Brady had prashad Perriman for 58 yard touchdown pass to grab the win it was the 700 such on passing Brady's regular season and postseason career it's just amazing to have so many people share and all those great accomplishment said obviously to me I feel like they're all team awards elsewhere in the NFL the Broncos honor the memory of late wide receiver Demaryius Thomas with tributes decals and a 38 to 10 win over the lions ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson suffered a right ankle sprain in Baltimore's 24 to 22 lost to the rival Browns Jimmy Garoppolo's 12 yard touchdown pass to Brandon are you cliff did the 40 Niners over the Bengals 26 to 23 you know to seek those calm feeling on the sideline you get can you kind of feel the presence of everyone and never was you know I'm ready for that moment the cowboys held off Washington 27 to 20 the chiefs what the raiders 48 to 9 in the Packers brushed off the bears 45 to 30 other Sunday winners included the Titans saints falcons Seahawks and Chargers in the NBA Kevin Durant exploded for 51 points on 16 of 31 shooting and added 9 assists and 7 rebounds and then that's 116104 win over the pistons that's a lot of stuff to get up close to average 30 through rules were season that's about it Johnson I want to be able to do everything not just focus on offense be honest identical Paul had 20 points 11 assists and 10 rebounds to carry the bucs past the next 11297 college basketball number 1 produced by once back to beat NC state 82 to 72 in overtime second ranked Baylor is poised to take over the top spot after it handled 6 ranked Villanova 5736 in the NHL the ducks top the blues 3 to 21 Troy Terry's penalty shot you know T. 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P. sports AP sports on gas and coal block another day another milestone for Tom Brady and the Buccaneers thriller against the bills correspondent Tom Akins reports Tampa Bay came up with the game's biggest plays in overtime to defeat buffalo 33 to 27 Brady had prashad Perriman for 58 yard touchdown pass to grab the win it was the 700 such on passing Brady's regular season and postseason career it's just amazing to have so many people share and all those great accomplishment said obviously to me I feel like they're all team awards elsewhere in the NFL the Broncos honor the memory of late wide receiver Demaryius Thomas with tributes decals and a 38 to 10 win over the lions ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson suffered a right ankle sprain in Baltimore's 24 to 22 lost to the rival Browns Jimmy Garoppolo's 12 yard touchdown pass to Brandon are you cliff did the 40 Niners over the Bengals 26 to 23 you know to seek those calm feeling on the sideline you get can you kind of feel the presence of everyone and never was you know I'm ready for that moment the cowboys held off Washington 27 to 20 the chiefs what the raiders 48 to 9 in the Packers brushed off the bears 45 to 30 other Sunday winners included the Titans saints falcons Seahawks and Chargers in the NBA Kevin Durant exploded for 51 points on 16 of 31 shooting and added 9 assists and 7 rebounds and then that's 116104 win over the pistons that's a lot of stuff to get up close to average 30 through rules were season that's about it Johnson I want to be able to do everything not just focus on offense be honest identical Paul had 20 points 11 assists and 10 rebounds to carry the bucs past the next 11297 college basketball number 1 produced by once back to beat NC state 82 to 72 in overtime second ranked Baylor is poised to take over the top spot after it handled 6 ranked Villanova 5736 in the NHL the ducks top the blues 3 to 21 Troy Terry's penalty shot you know T. 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"51 points" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"51 points" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Johnston. President Biden is defending a new federal rule that will require certain businesses to mandate covid 19 vaccines or testing for employees. NPR's Aisha Roscoe reports. The new regulation, which is part of Biden's six point strategy to combat the highly contagious Delta variant of the coronavirus will apply to about 80 Million workers. President Biden says that governors who want to file lawsuits over the new regulation could have added During a visit to a middle school. Biden said that he's disappointed some Republican lawmakers have opposed mandates for vaccines and masks were playing for real here. This isn't a game. And I don't know of any scientists. Out there in this field, but doesn't think it makes us considerable sense. To do the six things I've suggested. The Republican National Committee has already said that it plans to sue the administration over the new rule, calling it unconstitutional. Aisha Roscoe. NPR NEWS The White House, Some parents in Texas are suing their public school system bills able with member station K E R a reports. The lawsuit was filed after school officials refused to issue mask mandates. Parents in the Allen School district say their Children are being denied their constitutional rights to life and health. Because the district will not adopt a mask mandate. Cristina Cabral joined the suit to keep her kids safe. One has a compromised health condition and says the district's covid safety rules are inconsistent or non existent. It's all over the place campus to campus what they do what they don't do what they allows its the confusion level is high. The lawsuit once the district to follow CDC covid guidelines, including mask mandates. The school district says by leaving masks as an option. Student rights are not being violated. I'm Bill's able in Dallas Remembrance ceremonies are being held across the nation today ahead of the 20th anniversary of 9 11. In Virginia. FBI director Christopher Wray discussed the impact the terrorist attacks had on the agency and the years that followed. And while those threats have evolved a lot in 20 years, the men and women of the FBI and our scores of law enforcement and intelligence partners have never stopped working. To keep the American people safe. From another attack Saturday will mark 20 years since four planes were hijacked by terrorists. Two of them flew into the World Trade Center in New York City. The third struck the Pentagon and 1/4 crashed into a field in western Pennsylvania. President Biden and the first lady are expected to visit all three memorial sites tomorrow to pay the respects. You're listening to NPR news in Washington. Kentucky's Republican led legislature has voted to block any mask mandates and schools. Lawmakers met to pass the bill in a special session. Democratic governor Andy Beshear immediately vetoed it. But the Kentucky lawmakers quickly overrode his veto. Any decision to require Children to wear masks in Kentucky schools now passes to local governments. For days, Residents in Maryland outside of Washington, D. C. Have been doing double takes as they spot several runaway zebras. NPR's Amy held reports. Authorities have been on the tail of the animals that escaped from a farm late last month. The zebra crossings are riveting Residents in Prince George's County, Paul Curling was at work when his wife called, she said. We saw zebras. And I said zebras, I was like, Are you sure you saw zeros? Zebras, five got away from the herd, known as a dazzle or a zeal of zebras. At a privately owned nearby farm. The animals evolved to evade predators on the African plains, perhaps explaining why animal authorities outside D. C have so far been outrun. Rodney Taylor is chief of the county Animal Services Division. They're just too fast. They run. They won't let you get near him. So if you spook them, you're just pushing them further out in a 40 year career, Taylor says, zipping out After zebras is a first But there's a plan to lure the animals to a feeding station. Then confine tranquilize and get them back to the farm. Amy held NPR news. On Wall Street stocks are trading lower the Dow was down 51 points. This is NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations..

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"51 points" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"51 points" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Money in the world of businesses. Trading is already underway. We welcome and Ed Corey live at the Bloomberg News Desk. Stocks moving higher Charity The Dow up 51 points at 3 35,088. The NASDAQ is up 44, the S and P is seven points higher. Five of the top six best places to buy a home in the United States are in Texas, according to a new ranking. The city of Frisco, part of the fast growing down his Fort Worth Metro Thomas. The list that comes from wallet, huh? Boston is in second place. Three more Dallas Fort Worth suburbs McKinney, Denton and Alan. Hold down the numbers 45 and six spots. Oil prices up one and three quarter percent 66 79 Right now the Dow is up. 73 points live with the Bloomberg Business Report. I'm Ed Korea NewsRadio 1200 w O a. I think said, Get the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play news radio 1200 w Away I and I heart radio. I'm charity McCurdy, NewsRadio 1200 w O A. I now traffic and weather together. Mhm. When you hear that hunger calling your name and you need to get some boom. Gotta find yourself a book sweater. Open it up. Whether cookin something good Listen. There's some fuel for my machine ain't no halfway in between. Gotta give me something A before I follow up the people Then hop on that old horse of yours and head on down. The Roy's, Yeah. Roy Rogers Restaurants invite you to try their new dynamic burger. It's a juicy burger topped with the jalapeno poppers. Tripoli ranks us pet Project cheese and bacon. Roy's They say how they Here They welcome you to say so Come on down to go is and have a cowboy kind of deep. Yeah. Dynamite burger at Roy Rogers restaurants. It's one dynamite Burger Doordash and Uber Eats are available at participating restaurants. Okay? Mm hmm. Opening ceremonies in Tokyo 2020 pair Olympics games. So I told you earlier. I was so looking forward.

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"51 points" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"51 points" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The shattered edge of the remaining building. President Biden will be in Surfside on Thursday. Also a town hall dot com President Biden in Wisconsin today to make a pitch for a bipartisan infrastructure agreement, Greg Clugston reports. It's a deal the president signed off on the last week with a group of Republicans and Democrats. Greg Clarkston, the White House National Weather Service meteorologist. Samantha board says Seattle broke another record yesterday following Sunday's all time high of 104 degrees. We broke our all time record yesterday for much of the area of including See Tak Airport, which ended up reaching 180 degrees less than half of Seattle's residents have air conditioning, according to US Census data. It's like cool down in the region should start today. US consumer confidence rose for the fifth month in June to the highest level since the pandemic began. The conference board reporting its consumer confidence index increased to 127.3 in June. That's up from, um, a reading of 120. And stocks are higher. The Dow up 51 points, the NASDAQ 28 points higher more at town hall dot com. You're attacked by a bear or dog will throw himself into the mouth and bear to save you dogs or dogs. They pour out their love Andrea before long. He can't live without them. I have a chocolate cocker spaniel named Lady and black mouth cur. He's been £120 and his name is Arlo. My little cocker coats as soft as a stuffed animal.

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"51 points" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"51 points" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"The newscast. Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. The White House has a one word message about getting the covert vaccine. Easy. As NPR's Tamara Keith explains. It comes as the supply of vaccine in the U. S. Is now exceeding demand. President Biden has set a new goal of getting first doses into the arms of a least 70% of American adults by July, 4th. If that happens, Dr Anthony Fauci says the U. S could see life returned to something resembling normal. You will see guaranteed the level infection go very low. You could start looking at things that you were restricted from doing that. Gradually, you will see the CDC lifting the restrictions. That would be anything from Indore dining to the workplace to sports arenas to theaters. But Fauci and CDC Director Rochelle Walensky both warned that if there are communities where vaccination rates remain low, the virus could find opportunity and cause outbreaks. Camera. Keith NPR NEWS, The number three Republican in the House, Congresswoman Liz Cheney is doubling down on her condemnation of former President Donald Trump over his efforts to undermine the 2020 election. NPR's Barbara Sprint says that this comes as pressure mounts among top Republicans removed Cheney from her leadership posts. In an op ed published in The Washington Post. Cheney urges Republicans to quote stand for genuinely conservative principles and steer away from the dangerous and anti Democratic trump cult of personality. Comments come the same day Trump and the number two House Republicans Steve Scalise endorsed New York congresswoman Elise Stefanik to replace Cheney as House Republican conference chair. Cheney is expected to face a vote that will determine whether she remains part of the House GOP leadership, But she and says she won't back down in the face of criticism, arguing Trump's continued statements about the integrity of the 2020 election. To do long term damage to the country. Barbara Sprint. NPR News Police have arrested a man suspected of stabbing two Asian women in San Francisco Tuesday. Remember station KQED in San Francisco, Keith Mizuguchi has more The two women ages. 65 85 were waiting for a bus when the attack occurred. A local supervisor says Both were taken to the hospital but are out of surgery and in stable condition. Police have not said if the woman were targeted, or whether the stabbings may have been a hate crime. This comes as there's been an increase in attacks on members of the Asian community in the Bay Area in recent months. Since the start of the pandemic and through the end of 2020 the stop a P I hate reporting center found more than 700 incidents of anti Asian hate in the Bay Area. For NPR News. I'm Keith Mizuguchi in San Francisco. A rebound in tech sector companies. Hell give Wall Street a slight boost. Today. The Dow is up 97 points. The NASDAQ still fell 51 points, though you're listening to NPR. Live from news 88 7 in Houston on gate water. Houstonians will soon see digital ads popping up on sidewalks. Generalize tells us the city is setting up the kiosk is a new revenue stream. But not everyone is happy about it. A divided City Council approved the plan to install 75 digital kiosks fell display ads and way finding information kind of like a big smartphone screen. Mayor Sylvester Turner argued They'll provide much needed revenue and there are helpful innovation popping up in many cities. It works very well for people who are visiting on the city conventioneers. People are coming to these conferences and looking for places to go. But Heather House didn't was seen accused in opposes the plan, she says the group has been advocating for ad free streets and roads for 40 years. We don't support digital advertising and public space and We never have, And that's just something that we can't get behind. After a long debate council voted 10 to 7 for the plan. The mayor's office will have final say over where the kiosks are located. I'm generous. And Houston Houston congressman Al Green is demanding answers about the shooting of a black man by a harvest county sheriff's deputy As shooting happened back in October and Missouri City Undercover deputy shot Joshua Johnson after he allegedly approached an unmarked car with a BB gun. Green appeared today with Johnson's family question, questioning why a grand jury refused to indict the deputy. They lost their.

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"51 points" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"51 points" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Facebook's oversight board says the company must reinstate former President Trump or ban him from Facebook permanently. We did not understand our task in this matter to decide what should happen to Mr Trump's account more on what the board had to say about the indefinite suspension of Trump. Also this hour, the Scottish National Party is pledged to push for a referendum for independence from the UK If they win a majority in the Scottish Parliament. We'll have those stories and more this hour just after news headlines stay tuned. Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. The White House has a one word message about getting the covert vaccine. Easy. As NPR's Tamara Keith explains. It comes as the supply of vaccine in the U. S. Is now exceeding demand. President Biden has set a new goal of getting first doses into the arms of a least 70% of American adults by July, 4th. If that happens, Dr Anthony Fauci says the U. S could see life returned to something resembling normal. You will see guaranteed the level infection go very low. You could start looking at things that you were restricted from doing that. Gradually. You will see the CDC lifting the restrictions. That would be anything from Indore dining to the workplace. The sports arenas to theaters that Fauci and CDC Director Rochelle Wolinsky both warned that if there are communities where vaccination rates remain low, the virus could find opportunity and cause outbreaks. Camera. Keith NPR NEWS, The number three Republican in the House, Congresswoman Liz Cheney is doubling down on her condemnation of former President Donald Trump over his efforts to undermine the 2020 election. NPR's Barbara Sprint says this comes as pressure mounts among top Republicans removed Cheney from her leadership posts. In an op ed published in The Washington Post. Cheney urges Republicans to quote stand for genuinely conservative principles and steer away from the dangerous and anti Democratic trump cult of personality. Comments come the same day Trump and the number two House Republicans Steve Scalise endorsed New York congresswoman Elise Stefanik to replace Cheney as House Republican conference chair. Cheney is expected to face a vote that will determine whether she remains part of the House GOP leadership. But she and says she won't back down in the face of criticism, arguing Trump's continued statements about the integrity of the 2020 election could do long term damage to the country. Corbisprint. NPR News Police have arrested a man suspected of stabbing two Asian women in San Francisco Tuesday. Remember station KQED in San Francisco, Keith Mizuguchi has more The two women ages. 65 85 were waiting for a bus when the attack occurred. A local supervisor says Both were taken to the hospital but are out of surgery and in stable condition. Police have not said if the woman were targeted, or whether the stabbings may have been a hate crime. This comes as there's been an increase in attacks on members of the Asian community in the Bay Area in recent months since the start of the pandemic, and through the end of 2020 the stop a P I hate reporting center found more than 700 incidents of anti Asian hate in the Bay Area. For NPR News. I'm Keith Mizuguchi in San Francisco. A rebound in tax actor Cos Hell, give Wall Street a slight boost. Today the Dow is up 97 points. The NASDAQ still fell 51 points, though you're listening to NPR. This is W. N. Y. C in New York. I'm Shawn Carlson. Non profits from the Tri State area are collecting aid to assist frontline health care workers in India who are scrambling to manage a surgeon cove. It Dr Rashad and sued is senior vice president at the Connecticut based group Americares. He says the most immediate need is for basic medical equipment. The health system is unable to cope, and that's why our actions are directed. Helping health system be able to cope with the increasing numbers in America. Our spokesperson says they've raised almost $3 million for supplies like oxygen concentrators, personal protective equipment and ICU beds. Indian health officials have reported more than 350,000 cases of Cove it every single day for nearly a week. Starting on May 19th, New York is lifting covert capacity requirements at both Yankees and Mets games. But unvaccinated fans will be seated in sections with occupancy limits and social distancing face coverings are still required. The state Department of Health is also offering covert vaccines at the ballpark. Here's Governor Andrew Cuomo, to it's on your way. Stop and get a vaccine. And if that does not convince you to get a shot? Wait, there's more if you get a vaccine. You get a free ticket. To a Yankees or Mets game. The governor also said tickets to Broadway shows go on sale tomorrow. The Broadway theaters will begin opening in September at 100% capacity. Any New Yorkers are backing a push to teach Asian American history in the city's public schools. Jonah's a Filipino American living in Manhattan, he told Wi sees Brian Lehrer that people have to learn history in order to make sense of current events like why the pandemic has taken a devastating toll on Filipino nurses in America. It's continued about Americans understand, like why Filipino nurses Um you know, represent such a leading edge of the workforce. In large part that is because of the criminal histories between the Philippines and the U. S. State Senator John Lewis introduced legislation that would require schools to teach the history and contributions of Asian Americans. Tonight. Showers are likely it'll gradually clear up through the night Love about 50 sunny tomorrow with a high near 66. It's w when my C at 706 Support for NPR comes from it. Lassie in makers of collaboration software like Jura and Cello, 83% of Fortune. 500 Companies use it last year in to help team stay agile, aligned and connected, Learn more and at last see in dot com. This is all things considered from NPR news..

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"51 points" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"51 points" Discussed on WTOP

"Today on the hill that Republican Liz Cheney is pushing back against the effort in a new Washington Post op ed. White House backs waving patent protections for covert vaccine breaking this hour. Orioles left hander John Means has pitched a no hitter on Wall Street. The Dow closed up 97. NASDAQ, though, was down 51 points and the S and P was up three w t o p at 6 31. Former President Trump is still banned from Facebook, at least for now. Here's CBS correspondent Natalie Brand. Facebook's Independent Oversight Board has upheld the Social Media Giants decision to suspend former President Trump's access to Facebook and Instagram following the January 6th attack on the U. S Capital. But the board went on to say it was not appropriate for Facebook to impose the indeterminant and standard list penalty of indefinite suspension. Telling Facebook to review the matter within six months. In a statement, Trump called the decision a total disgrace and national embarrassment, adding that social media companies have to pay a political price. Those sentiments were echoed by a number of GOP lawmakers and on Fox, former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows said. There's talk of breaking up Facebook so it doesn't have a monopoly on top House Republican now says it is time for Congress woman Liz Cheney to be removed from her number three post in the GOP leadership, and he's endorsing a replacement. Or from W. T. O. P S Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller today on the minority Whip Steve Scalise. The House's number two Republican, is now on the record, saying that Liz Cheney should step down from her leadership position and political tension has been rising for months. Going back to when Cheney was asked to former President Trump should speak at CPAC, a gathering of GOP conservatives. She and the House's top Republican Kevin McCarthy, disagreed with President.

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"51 points" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"51 points" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Few weeks ago, there were 609 11 calls and one weekend just in this community those calls proof of a clear breaking point. City councilors Michael Flaherty and and Flynn feeling now is the time to address this issue once and for all this a major quality of life. It's loud, this trash that all that's left behind. And residents of complaining rightfully so nothing seems to be working, and we're looking for a spirit of cooperation here. This is the last thing we want to do is to sort of feet and find people into submission. The proposed finds $1000 for the first defense 2000 for the 2nd and 3000 for the third notice is already going out to absentee landlords. That report from WBC TV's Lisa Gresh E Comes of the virtual hearing focused on the Franklin Park area had to be cut short. Last night, the Globe reporting the meeting was zoom bombed with the intruder used thing, explicit photos and racist language. City counselors and other community members were putting on this hearing to talk about a few concerns in that part of the city, including dozens of a TVs and dirt bikes clogging up the streets right by the park. Police say medics recently had a hard time getting to a pregnant woman who was shot because of those start bikes. Another report says a cyclist was hit by somebody on a dirt bike who took off now counselor mad. O'Malley says he hopes they can reschedule the hearing sometime this week. City Councilor Michelle Wu says it is important not to over police, black and brown neighborhoods. But she says solutions are needed to quote, engage young people and protect pedestrian safety. Right. Six. Oh, wait. Let's see how the day went on Wall Street time for Bloomberg business. Here's Joan Doniger. Don't fire up the love boat yet, but the CDC is issuing guidelines for simulated cruises. That's a key step through which companies can show the government they're safe and can resume sailing from U. S ports. The companies will have to run trial cruises for each ship they want cleared on Wall Street. We saw a record for the Dow but the longest losing streak since October for the NASDAQ. It fell after the Biden administration said it would work with the World Trade Organization. Wait intellectual property requirements for covert vaccines that would make them more widely available around the world. But the NASDAQ fell 51 points. Modern iShares themselves fell. 6%. Yes and P Rose three. I'm Joan Doniger. Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's news radio. All right, 609 right now coming up in the news at 6 15 after traffic and weather together of the very latest from Capitol Hill on the growing rift in the Republican Party. Hey, Alexa play WBZ news rays. Were.

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"51 points" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"51 points" Discussed on KTRH

"Galveston. It's 77 degrees and Sunny in Houston. 85 Ktrh Top Tax Defenders 24 Hour Weather Center. Times Now. 501 our top story. The Greater Houston partnership is losing the mayor's annual state of the city address over what local Democrats call it Silence on new voter laws being debated in Austin. Here's Mayor Sylvester Turner. I've seen letters even from the grave, just a partnership describing these bills as partisan. There is nothing partisan in voter suppression. So let me let me just be very to speak specifically to that when their bills that engage in voter suppression, voting intimidation restricted access To the polling place That's not partisan. That's just downright wrong. Here is. County Judge Lena Hidalgo also criticized the economic development group and urged Texans to pressure business leaders who support the proposed election changes. Liberty County sheriff's deputies say a tip led them to a $500,000 worth of meth inside a home. Houston police and Texas State troopers were also on the scene to help secure the area. No arrests were made. Pro life advocates are praising a vote by the Texas House of Representatives today as they passed the Texas Heartbeat Act. The bill abolishes elective abortions as early as six weeks when the unborn child's heartbeat is detectable by the most common methods. That Texas Heartbeat Act will receive a final procedural vote tomorrow and then returned to the Texas Senate for approval with amendments. Texas senators debating the constitutional carry bill, which would eliminate the need for a license to carry a to carry permit. Opponents believe it will put more guns in the hands of criminals. But Senator Charles Shorter argues that brings Texas gun laws more in line with the Second Amendment. Felons going to get a gun and they want a gun, unfortunately, But what the greater good of the bill is is the ability of a law abiding citizen to be able to feel safe and to carry when they think it's an appropriate measure for themselves. It's unclear whether the measure has the votes needed to pass. Governor. Abbott has said he'll sign it if it makes it to it's news desk. Meteorites this time 503 on Wall Street, The Dow Jones industrial average top to record high close on strong earnings numbers Now with a closer look at today's numbers at the closing bell. Here's ktrh Money, Man Patch in Brought to you by D'Amato, lucy dot com Good evening. Why It's stocks closing today. Mixed the Dow industrials finishing today up by 97 points. Closing a 34,000 to 30 S and P 500 up three points for no real change the NASDAQ in the Red Again today down 51 points, one third of 1% oil down just six cents $65.63 a barrel gold up by $8.30 announce $1784. Finally, after the close, Houston based Apache posting profits Above. Analyst estimates. Apache shares modestly higher in after hours trading with the check of your money from the Office of Heritage Asset Advisors. I'm Pat Shit.

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Investor's Business Daily Dow Dives, Tech Stocks Sell Off On Powell Speech As Yields Spike

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Investor's Business Daily Dow Dives, Tech Stocks Sell Off On Powell Speech As Yields Spike

"Red today after investors feared inflation to come based on comments from Fed chair Drum, Paul Paul said during a Wall Street Journal conference that he expects some temporary inflation in the time ahead. But it likely won't be enough to force the central bank to raise interest rates. Bond rates rose and stocks tumbled. Following the comments on with the continued declines. The NASDAQ is on the brink of correction territory. The index has fallen Close to the official 10% threshold from its February 12th peak of almost 14,100. The last time the NASDAQ officially fell into a correction was in September. It's fallen about 9.7% since that time as they finished 274 points lower today, Dow Closed down 345 points S and P 500 ended down 51 points. I'm Lauren lap

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"51 points" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"51 points" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And the White Sox. They're playing spring training baseball as we speak in college basketball tonight, Illinois and Michigan in the top five matchup. In the big 10. The forecast from the Perma Seal Weather Center right now, 39 degrees in Chicago, But Sonny and hovering around the low forties bore the day tonight Clear skies Lower thirties Southwest winds 10 to 15 MPH Tomorrow mostly sunny upper forties cooler lakeside north to northeast winds that 5 to 10 MPH. Your money on WGN. The Dow is now down 51 points. NASDAQ is down 161 while the S and P. 500 is down nearly 16 points. I'm Jordan burnt field on Chicago's very own. 7 20 w G. N 2 34 Tom Skilling joins the show on our three o'clock hour, one of mentioned that because I'm just looking at his forecast. And there is a 63 degree high a Monday on Monday. So a week from yesterday, there's 63 degrees high. That's the high and Tom even says that the rest of March looks pretty darn warm right now. No snow, he says. No storms. No super cold temperatures anywhere in the long range forecast, so that sounds awfully awfully nice. If you want to spring break here, I don't know. Let's talk about Chicago Theater Week is this week and Chris Jones covers theater over at the Chicago Tribune Does a heck of a job, But it Chris, how are you doing today? Happy Theater week. Onto you. We have to wait till Monday for 63 degrees. I'm ready like now now. Well as Tom what? Well, last time we can speed that up, because if anybody can, he's got the magic wand and the weather, probably, but But, look Hey, 51 by Saturday, So that's not bad enough about. Yeah, no, no, no. So it's theater week, And I think a lot of people say still have a Chicago theater week. Wait.

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Cincinnati women's senior IImar'I Thomas scores record 51 points in 76-61 win at ECU

Lance McAlister

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Cincinnati women's senior IImar'I Thomas scores record 51 points in 76-61 win at ECU

"From the UC women's basketball team. Set a school record earlier today. Scoring 51 points in a victory at East Carolina 51 points. The women's college basketball record is 60. So she only missed that by nine points. She's the first woman in Cincinnati history to score 50 or more in a game. She's one of two bear cats to do it. Oscar Robertson, the other Oscar did it often He had six games with 50 or more points, but just incredible performance. Congratulations to Omari Thomas 51 points without a three point shot. She is an interior player. She was 20 for 27 from the floor 11 for 13 from Alliance. He had 12 rebounds. 10 on the offensive end to score 51 points tonight. She's up to 23.4 her senior year, and that is ninth best in the country. So that leads to this

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"51 points" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"51 points" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"House debate on the second impeachment of President Trump is underway. The action comes after last week's riots of the capital as lawmakers meant to certify the election results. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says there's no question the President Trump must be indeed we know that the president of the United States incited this insurrection. This armed rebellion against the common country. He must go. He is a clear and present danger to the nation that we all love. Republican Congressman Jim Jordan of Ohio, says congressional Democrats are tuning out most Americans, Democrats can investigate the president, United States as Mr Hoyer went through Try to impeach him investigating for four years but will not look at an election that 80 Million Americans have the electric 80 million. Republicans and Democrats have their doubts about final passage of a vote is expected between three and 4 p.m. Eastern. Then they pass it on to the Senate. The other chamber still under Republican control, won't return until January, 19th Also with town hold on calm. US consumer prices rose 4/10 Percent in December, led by a sharp rise in gasoline prices. The Labor Department says the December increased followed a 0.2% rise in November and no change it all in October. It was the largest advance in four months. Inflation for all of 2020 was up a modest 1.4%. Well below the Federal Reserve's 2% target. Analysts believe inflation will remain well behaved. With the economy still struggling to emerge from a pandemic induced downturn. Correspondent Jeremy Hell's inflation has been dormant over the past decade development that is allowing the Federal Reserve to keep interest rates very low. You provide a boost when economy struggling with a surgeon, covert 19 cases at all Street, the Dow up 51 points and the NASDAQ ahead..

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Clippers rebound from 51-point debacle to top Wolves 124-101

Get Up!

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

Clippers rebound from 51-point debacle to top Wolves 124-101

"Start with basketball the clippers bounce back from that fifty one point loss to the mavericks on sunday by blowing out the timber wolves last night. Paul george led the way with eighteen points. Leonard missed his second straight game because of mouth laceration

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Carmelo Anthony returning to Portland on a one-year deal

WBZ Morning News

00:15 sec | 2 years ago

Carmelo Anthony returning to Portland on a one-year deal

"ESPN reports 10 time All star Carmelo Anthony is re signing with Portland for the league minimum. It is just 51 points of past Tim Duncan for 14th Old time on the MBA scoring list guard containing its Caldwell Pope has agreed to a three year deal to return to the Lakers

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Mitchell scores 51 points, Jazz beat Nuggets for 3-1 lead

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Mitchell scores 51 points, Jazz beat Nuggets for 3-1 lead

"K is here from his home studio talking about sports. And what a difference a week makes last week cash. We're all fired up about the Rockies, abs and nuggets now, after that weekend, not so much Yeah, the Nuggets now find themselves in an almost insurmountable hole. After last night's 1 29 1 27 lost to Utah in their opening round playoff. Siri's inside the NBA's bubble Jazz All Star guard down when Mitchell led all scores of 51, but he's matched by Nuggets guard Jamal Murray, who had 50 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists and loss. No. One time we're not going to know 315, what is going on there? No, I must go home yet. So, he said. There's a lot of fight left in those pictures. Nice, though. If I was on my Marina's Nuggets teammates now seek to become just the 12 team in MBA history to come back in a best of seven series after trailing 31 Game five that you heard Marie Reference comes your way tomorrow afternoon at 4 30.

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Golden State Warriors score 51 points in first quarter against Denver Nuggets

America's Morning News

01:19 min | 4 years ago

Golden State Warriors score 51 points in first quarter against Denver Nuggets

Kevin Durant of Golden State Warriors scores 51 points against Toronto Raptors

CBS Sports Radio

00:21 sec | 4 years ago

Kevin Durant of Golden State Warriors scores 51 points against Toronto Raptors

"Games on the schedule game of the night, though in Toronto Raptors beat the warriors in overtime, one thirty one one twenty eight Kawhi Leonard at thirty seven, but Kevin Durant outshine them all he had fifty one including eleven rebounds, and six assists. But again, the raptors win it they're nineteen and four warriors fall

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Stephen Curry dazzles for 51 points in sensational start for Warriors

Ferrall On The Bench

00:52 sec | 4 years ago

Stephen Curry dazzles for 51 points in sensational start for Warriors

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2018 NBA Finals: Warriors survive Cavs, win Game 1 despite LeBron James' 51-point effort

The Breakfast Club

04:01 min | 4 years ago

2018 NBA Finals: Warriors survive Cavs, win Game 1 despite LeBron James' 51-point effort

"David got better mcclellan thanks style john as ruben the owner mike okay i can't the world more dangerous mourning sorta breakfast clubs charlemagne god angelina dj envious within a vacation he's working country took the day off so on a beautiful friday all right now let's talk about last night last night was the first game of the fine nba finals and the golden state warriors beat the cavaliers a one twenty four to one fourteen in overtime a lot of people are of course blaming jr smith because it didn't even have to go into overtime i cannot believe the golden state warriors did not think jr smith in in the post conference after the game they should stink jr smith awesome if they would not have won that game what they are smith says happened retired you didn't think you know a new retired has just about those on call timeout because they've got the river like you said to a lot of thought we were our head out to the ball clearly you only manage aerosmith view cleveland cavaliers fan i'm not a cleveland cavaliers fan so i'm not mad at y'all smith in fact i want to drop bombs to jail smith the dead man made me laugh last night and you know i love to laugh all right well here's what the head coach tyron lou had to say about the game he thought it was over thought it was over one i think joe smith does move like he's burnt out you know you're not you meet one of those people who've been on some type of smoking weed for so long i've been on some type of drug for so long it don't seem like nothing's daily just burnt out data he ex i right now family and florida is heartbroken jerry awarded them just four dollars in damages where funeral expenses and pain and suffering now in this case county deputy fatally shot a father of three through his garage door they were responding to a noise complaint and they showed up and that's when gregory hill junior who was only thirty years old open the garage door.

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