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"59 million" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:34 min | 2 months ago

"59 million" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Breaking news from weather dot com It's still sunny They put really pretty pictures up too No I don't know I don't follow them but I want to see weather pictures Okay What about what about the time pain Yeah They're constantly what about Fox News though CNN's up there than Fox News is gonna be up there And those two represent each extreme size Yeah it's the point Well it's hard because never mind I would take Twitter off of it Really I don't think Twitter is the most followed What do you want to replace it with like earthquake warnings now No I just think ESPN and Fox News are solid Yeah I mean I never see like tweets from Twitter itself come up on my feed What about YouTube Okay sorry On Twitter You know you can't see the video links It would just be like oh just be links to direct you to YouTube I guess Yeah that's a good point What are you sorry go back to what you were saying I'm gonna go with ESPN and Fox Out of the top 20 most followed accounts on Twitter three of them are companies you had to name them and I already gave you CNN breaking news was number two on the list Number three with 59 million followers is Twitter I wasn't sure either CNN breaking news number two and number one on the list was 73 million followers it was said in the room weather rook and Jeffrey Cool I would probably get a raise then I really empowers is YouTube Wow All right I thought you were gonna say Wendy's and I was Jason Do any of you follow Wendy's first Yes I do But I see them come on Dude they're so funny They're really funny You're just mad because ours isn't as funny as Wendy's Okay Let's just move on Alexis you didn't get it right And so you're going to read the farewell letter from max in accounts of while you get shocked Sad Okay Thanks for making the last 11 years so incredibly terrific Keep up with me on my Instagram All the best max Oh Sorry I didn't I forgot I had the shot go around this so into this email All right I wanted you to finish Once the tears from your eyes are gonna miss you max Bye max Moving 92.5.

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"59 million" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:20 min | 5 months ago

"59 million" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We need to understand exactly what the reason was for the stop, and then we need to know you know what the prescription is to solve The problem. If there is a problem in the disaster left at least 18 people dead more than 140 are still missing, and dozens of survivors are now homeless. The Boy Scouts of America has reached a major settlement with a major group of sex abuse survivors, Court documents show. The organization has offered $850 million, including $59 million worth of art to 60,000 victims. This agreement could help put an end to an 18 month bankruptcy case that has already cost the scouts more than $100 Million. Global News 24 hours a day on errand on Bloomberg quick take power by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries in Washington. I'm Nathan Hager. This is Bloomberg, Matt and Paul. Nathan Hager. Thank you so much. We appreciate that You're listening to Bloomberg, Mark Bloomberg markets. Matt Miller myself with you. We're awaiting President Biden. He's expected. He's going to make some remarks following these better than expected nonfarm payroll numbers for the month of June. Which came in better than expected 850,000 jobs added during the month versus a forecast of 720,000. All right, let's take a look at these markets here again. We've got the equity markets up slightly about 2/10 3. Tens four tens of percent something along those lines. We have yields as Matt and I were talking about before still Extraordinarily low in a 10 year. 1.44% Let's check in with Chad over yet. He's a director of investment management at hunting in private bank. They have $27 billion under management. Chad When you see a job, the disclosure pardon? Do I need to do any disclosure here? I don't know. Do you? It's my bank. It's your bank. There you go. It's the bank of Matt Miller. There's a great state of Ohio there. There should be a tagline the Bank of Matt Miller Bloomberg television and ask them to change it. Chandler testing to change it. Chad. What do you make of that jobs number we saw this morning. What does it mean for your economic outlook? Yeah. So certainly Seeing that many people get back to work is good news, right? 850,000 well ahead of expectations really good, But there's still some mixed messaging in the data. You saw the unemployment numbers tick up a bit. So, as we continue to look through this data isn't enough to move the Fed. I think the general takeaway here is probably not But from our general pieces, we still think the Fed starts to taper on the NBS side that the bond purchases part of their asset purchases later this year. So how much tapering do you think? I mean? I don't know how at a consensus that is at this point, Chad. It looks like, um, the economy certainly humming along, and Lord knows Mortgage backed securities doesn't need any more support. So how much? How much tapering the expect. Well, so we think the lion's share of the tapering would come from that MBS side for the rest of 2021 Look for the Treasury side to start picking up early in 22. We even saw the IMF this morning coming out and saying that they're expecting Some degree of tapering from us fed early in that first half of 22. So to your point, I think we're in with consensus. We'll see if any of the additional data points change our perspective on that. And, of course. July. 28, as well as the symposium in Jackson Hole will definitely be on our radar to see if the Fed has any additional commentary. You know, we did get a bit of a hawkish stance, or at least interpretation of a hawkish stands at this last meeting. We'll see if they're commentary changes that as well. Chad. I'm looking at the again the 10 year. 1.44%. Where do you go? Where is Hunting in private bank going for yield these days. Yeah, that's a challenge, particularly for our Huntington clients that are looking for income. And as we think about where to generate income, the bond market is really challenging. And in fact, we've been overweight equities in the majority of our portfolios and looking for sources of yield in The equity markets. We've also been using things like preferreds and reached to gain some additional yield out of our portfolios. So what kind of yield are we talking about? As someone as someone who accesses your portfolios. Right, So the yield is going to be dependent on a number of variables. Timeframe targeted allocations those types of things so it is client dependent. We work very closely with our clients. We have portfolio managers and advisors throughout our footprint looking for those specific needs of our clients. But generally speaking are positioning. And this is playing into some of that income team has been a post recessionary stance for our clients came into the year with this idea of a post recessionary stance. Lately, we've been adding to some of our inflation. Hedges, though, so think precious metals again those real estate ideas. We've been doing that on a global scale. We've also been adding some tips. So again post recessionary positioning inflation. Hedges started to present themselves in our portfolio. The other thing that we're doing and we think it's a good idea for Investors to think about this, and you could see this value to growth growth, the value rotation going on as well as part of this theme. It's prudent to think about trimming and adding two parts of your portfolio that are performing well, maybe underperforming in this. Keep that balance. Keep that acknowledgement of what your overall target is. And think about trimming and adding throughout the rest of this year. All right, So you know that that brings up two questions for me. I've got literally hundreds of dollars with you there. So thank you. First of all, how many other people are in my situation who have moved to cash here? How many people are holding dry powder because we hear so much about the cash on the sidelines. There is a lot of cash on the sidelines and this is one of those Areas that we focus on with our clients to really talk about what your long term goals are. And it becomes less about today's market prices to farmers market prices, But what are you truly saving and investing for?.

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"59 million" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:46 min | 5 months ago

"59 million" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On Bloomberg Television and Radio. I'm David Weston. Like so many U. S cities, the District of Columbia has been hit hard by the pandemic with businesses shut down tourism off And the added responsibility for D C of hosting our national government. Welcome now the woman on whose shoulders all this rests. She is Muriel Bowser, the mayor of the District of Columbia. Madam Mayor. Thank you so much for being with David. Thanks for having me. So, as I say, every city got hit, but D C is no exception. Where are you? Where do you assess where you are coming back from that? Well, we're open and I want I want to be real clear about that were fully open Our monuments, museums, Parks open. We're welcoming tourists. We know that people who live within 50 miles of D C are coming on the weekends. They're bringing their kids during the week and we we can't wait to see everybody. Our businesses and residents really sacrificed a lot in 16 months. Um, and they're eager to bring their workers back and have everybody come in. Uh, to see us in Washington. So I think we're well on our way to our combat. The tourism is really important District Columbia Without a doubt. Do you have any gauge of just how far back you are? I mean, you read of 50% of 60%. Where are you? I think that we're actually probably less than that during the week. Summer tends to be a little bit more of a downtime for us in non pandemic years. And this summer. We I think that we have something special to offer people because they're they won't encounter a lot of crowds. Um and they can contact the free Smith Smithsonian museums and come and take advantage of them. Sometimes people don't remember in D. C that we have a waterfront. Our hotels are open. They have poles and so for people who aren't going to be traveling internationally, aren't going to the Caribbean. They should come and check out our nation's capital. What are our hotel operators are telling us and that that's a good gauge for us as that they're weaken. Traffic is actually pretty good. Uh, And so this is a good time to check out D. C. So give us a sense of vaccination because this is an issue across the country. President Biden had some goals. He's not going to make his goal is it turns out we made it. Well, I know you've done very well. Overall. Yes, your vaccination rate at the same time there is for the surgical Colombia as there is For so many places across the country, a differential based on race. We have seen racial disparities throughout Covid in our city, African Americans had a higher rate of infection and a higher rate of fatality, then our white counterparts in D. C. And so much of that is linked to overall health disparities and outcomes that you know have have been persistent, uh and with vaccination. We are very focused on those 30% of adults and young people over the age of 12 who still need to get vaccinated. You may have seen that I went door to door with Tony Fauci. Um And he's a huge a huge celebrity, but also a person that people trust in trust with getting information about Covid. So we're really targeting were not just throwing a blanket out there trying to get a y'all come, but we are using all over data tools to target households that we know. Need the vaccine only with the vaccine on this vaccine. This is one thing that Tony Fauci told everybody. It is free. It's safe, and it is effective when a vaccine became wide widely available. We saw our numbers plummet in D. C. And we want everybody to have the benefit of that vaccine. This world is not set up for the unvaccinated right now. Okay, people going to have to come back to work. Kids are going back to school and the only way to protect ourselves with vaccine. So one of things I saw you did besides going around with Dr Fauci is you offer I'll call it a gift certificate for $51 Look that, said $51. That's an interesting number explained why he came up of 51. It wasn't by random. Well, 51 is important to us because of our campaign to become the 51st state. And at the same time I just testified at the Senate. Only the second time the Senate has had a hearing about D C. Statehood. We have the count. The Congress is at the House of Representatives, I should say has passed. The bill twice of the president of the United States has endorsed HR 51 s 51. And now it's up to the Senate. Like so many things right now, uh, to get infrastructure dance to protect voting rights and to admit D C is the 51st state. Let's be honest, though, in all likelihood, if you were a state, you'd have two senators who would be Democrats. If you're Republican Senator. Why would you ever vote for this? Well, you know, one of as one of the senators put it, Actually Senator Joe Lieberman, a great independent. That, uh, this Senate as it has done this Congress 37 Times prior has gotten over its partisan anxieties because they are fleeting. The same arguments were made about Alaska and Hawaii, uh, and some time after they were admitted. As to 49th, the 50th state, those partisan anxieties and predictions have been upended. Our democracy in the states that were admitted by the Congress. All 37 have been admitted by simple legislation outside of the 1st 13, and we shouldn't be any different. Mayor. One of the issues again every municipality is facing across the country is policing and safety, trying to get the right balance between making sure people are safe. And the police are really doing the job sometime, avoiding excesses. Sadly, we've seen too many describe the situation in D. C. What are you doing? We're we are deploying the whole spectrum of interventions where we're focused on making sure police have the tools that they need, but also on community violence. Uh, intervention and interruption but in the middle of that also were focused on how to provide more opportunity for folks. So job training subsidised employment transition for our residents who are returning from incarceration, housing All of those opportunities we know prevent people, um from getting involved in crime and gun violence, But we're also focused on making sure illegal guns are off our streets. There's a lot of talk about defunding the police and actually move here in New York City has been to cut back significantly on the budget for the New York police. What are you doing? The budget for the police there and adjunct to that? What are you doing to beef up some other operations that might take some pressure off the police? Well, great question. So I have a budget in front of the council now. $17 billion budget. We add police in in that budget, we add police cadets. Our high school students who want to join the department. Can we pay them to go to college to get trained and then join our academy in two years, so we know that that's going to help us beef up by force. Unfortunately, last year, we weren't able to hire any police because of cuts to police funding. So we know over the next several gears. We're going to have to have the right amount of hiring to keep our force where it needs to be. We also have $59 million in alternatives to policing that helped take down the police calls. Listen, I told our residents told my counsel I'm always going to put before you what we need, um, in the number of police officers. Because if we can turn down the number of 911 calls that balances, uh, that the amount of police resources we need, Um, Mayor one of the issues in Washington on Capitol Hill, but more broadly is infrastructure, big debate over infrastructure and we're reminded us by that horrific photos of the pedestrian bridge in D. C to 95 that collapsed and they've been I guess some warnings about it, give us a sense of what you need in D C for infrastructure and if we had proper infrastructure Could we avoided things like that? Well, um, I'm actually proud of our infrastructure investments. I'm proud of how we monitor everything from the condition of our our school buildings to office buildings, two streets, sidewalks and trees, and we have an inventory of what we need in a long range plan to get it done..

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"59 million" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:40 min | 5 months ago

"59 million" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is the BBC news with Fiona McDonald. Hello, the South African president has announced tough new restrictions to limit the impact of a third wave of the coronavirus for the next two weeks. Alcohol sales are banned, and all gatherings including political and religious ones, are not allowed. Steve Jackson reports. The Delta variant is now dominating infections in South Africa and has pushed the country right back to where it was in January With more than 18,000 new cases. On Saturday, President Cyril Ramaphosa said the existing measures were not enough to cope with the speed and scale of infections. He said the country was facing a grave challenge with public health facilities stretched to the limit. And private hospitals also buckling under the strain. South Africa's vaccination drive is progressing slowly, only 2.5 million people have had a jab out of a population of 59 million. Has been an ambush in central Burundi, which security sources C has left at least 15 people dead. The attack on Saturday evening was in my room via province where 12 people died in a similar attack in me, will Ross reports According to eyewitnesses, Gunman used rocks to block the road near Rutaganda in central Burundi. They then sprayed several vehicles with bullets. People have described a horrific scene as a mini bus and a car with then set ablaze when passengers were trapped inside. Emergency staff helped get the wounded to nearby hospitals. The Interior Ministry has described it as an act of terrorism. There are no reports of people's belongings being stolen, and so far Burundians are left guessing as to who was behind it. And why As well as a similar ambush last month. There have also been recent grenade attacks in the city of Bujumbura. Mexico's Roman Catholic Church has made a dramatic appeal for an end to decades of violence in the country following dozens of deaths this month and clashes between criminal gangs Leonardo Russia, reports. Enough of violence that the Catholic Church in an article published in its weekly newspaper, which urges all Mexicans to take action, he says the country has suffered a breakdown of his social fabric and is going through a serious legal immoral crisis. Violence has persisted in Mexico, it adds, despite promises by different governments to address it. The church was directly affected by two incidents of violence. Earlier in June, a priest was killed in a cross fire in the state of Durango and in the city of Iguala. Churchgoers had to run for cover during Mass because of a confrontation between rival gangs. Part of the Pacific northwest of the United States are experiencing a record heat. We've the U. S. National Weather Service has issued warnings of excessive heat across nearly all of Washington and Oregon State's Parts of California and Idaho are also affected. Along with southwestern Canada. Temperatures in Portland, Oregon, hit a record 42 Celsius. World News from the BBC, and in New York. This is W N Y. C. Good afternoon on my own, Levinson. York City's pride March was virtual today because it was planned while the state's pandemic rules were still in effect, But smaller celebrations are taking place around the city. A group called Reclaimed Pride organized a Queer Liberation March in Manhattan. One of the attendees, Jamie says they oppose how commercial the annual prize celebrations have gotten with their corporate sponsors. How many of these preparations are going to the states are enacting anti trans bills Are they supporting? You know they're trans customers? No, they're not. They're just supporting the quote unquote pride of the month of June. Purely to get money, you know, and that's it. Meanwhile, the main pride March was.

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"59 million" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:10 min | 5 months ago

"59 million" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And he's someone who has been sanctioned by the U. S for his links to executions. Fox's Ryan Chilcote says the victory is no surprise. Iran watchers will tell you that this election was really designed forever him right. You see to win effectively a coronation or more of a coronation, then a hard fought contest. Rishi is considered to be Ayatollah. How many protege now the disqualification of races. Competitors even before the election led many to call on voters to boycott this vote, and it appears many of them did just that. Just under half of Iran's 59 million voters participated. That's a very in fact that's a historic low turnout. Meanwhile, Israel's warning that the new Iranian president is committed to advancing his nation's nuclear program. Truck hit a number of people on bicycles during a bike race in show Low, Arizona six were critically injured. Police officer shot the driver when he tried to escape the driver in critical but stable condition. The Faith and Freedom Coalition continues its convention today in Orlando with a speech from Florida Governor Ron DeSantis more from Fox's Mark Merritt Santis is starting to make a name for himself nationally, especially after the Covid 19 pandemic. He is starting to reach out to those religious voters here in this state. Even this week signing into law, a bill that will require each K through 12 school hold a moment of silence every day. Former vice President Mike Pence spoke a lot about his faith during his speech on Friday, and while he's kept a fairly low profile since leave In the White House In January, he appeared eager to be back in the political spotlight, offering up fresh criticism of the Biden administration. As Pence was taking the stage. A handful of people started to heckle the former vice president. Trump supporters are furious with pants for not blocking the certification of President Biden's election. Roger Stern, Fox News. This afternoon will be hot and sunny with a high of 98 degrees. Tonight we'll see mostly clear skies with some areas of low clouds. Low of 74 degrees and tomorrow will be very hot with scattered clouds High.

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"59 million" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:01 min | 5 months ago

"59 million" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Foxes, Ryan Chilcote says the victory is no surprise. Iran watchers will tell you that this election was Really designed for Ebrahim Raisi to win effectively a coronation or more of a coordination, then a hard fought contest racy is considered to be the Ayatollah Khamenei's protege. Now the disqualification of races can competitors even before the election led many to call on voters to boycott this vote. And it appears many of them did just that. Just under half of Iran's 59 million voters participated. That's a very in fact that's a historic low turnout. Meanwhile, Israel's warning that the new Iranian president is committed to advancing his nation's nuclear program Truck hit a number of people on bicycles during a bike race. In show Low, Arizona six were critically injured. Police say officers shot the driver when he tried to escape. Driver in critical but stable condition. The Faith and Freedom Coalition continues its convention today in Orlando with a speech from Florida Governor Ron DeSantis More from Fox's Marc MEREDITH Santis is starting to make a name for himself nationally, especially after the Covid 19 pandemic. He is starting to reach out to those religious voters here in this state. Even this week signing into law, a bill that will require each K through 12 school hold a moment of silence every day. Former vice President Mike Pence spoke a lot about his faith during his speech. On Friday, And while he's kept a fairly low profile since leaving the White House in January, he appeared eager to be back in the political spotlight, offering up fresh criticism of the Biden administration. As Pence was taking the stage, a handful of people started to heckle the former vice president. Many Trump supporters are furious with pants for not blocking the certification of President Biden selection. Roger Stern Fox News Now. Hello. This is your apartment. I need some favors from you. Your cat keeps rubbing against the kitchen island and I can't return the favor..

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"59 million" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

01:57 min | 5 months ago

"59 million" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"By going to Fox News podcasts come Iran has elected a new president. And he's someone who has been sanctioned by the U. S. For his links to executions. Foxes Ryan Chilcote says the victory is no surprise Iran watchers will tell you that this election was really designed for Ebrahim Raisi to win effectively a coronation or more of a coordination. Then a hard fought contest. Racy is considered to be Ayatollah Khamenei's protege. Now the disqualification of races. Competitors even before the election led many to call on voters to boycott this vote, and it appears many of them did just that. Just under half of Iran's 59 million voters participated. That's a very in fact that's a historic low turnout. Meanwhile, Israel's warning that the new Iranian president is committed to advancing his nation's nuclear program Truck hit a number of people on bicycles during a bike race. In show Low, Arizona six were critically injured. Police officers shot the driver when he tried to escape. Driver in critical but stable condition. The Faith and Freedom Coalition continues its convention today in Orlando with a speech from Florida Governor Ron DeSantis more from Fox's Mark Merritt Santis is starting to make a name for himself nationally, especially after the Covid 19 pandemic. He is starting to reach out to those religious voters here in the state. Even this week signing into law a bill that will require each K through 12 school hold a moment of silence every day. Former vice President Mike Pence spoke a lot about his faith during his speech on Friday, and while he's kept a fairly low profile since leaving the White House in January, he appeared eager to be back in the political spotlight, offering a fresh criticism of the Biden administration. As Pence was taking the stage, a handful of people started to heckle the former vice president. Many Trump supporters are furious with pants. For not blocking the certification of President Biden selection. I'm Roger.

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"59 million" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

01:39 min | 5 months ago

"59 million" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Week. For NPR News. I'm Stina Sieg in GRAND Junction, Colorado. Iran is getting a new president. State media say Abraham and racy won by a landslide. But turnout is reported to be the lowest in years. NPR's Peter Kenyon is in Tehran, according to state television. More than 28 million Iranians cast ballots. They were 59 million eligible so well under 50%. Some who didn't vote, said they're protesting the decision by authorities to disqualify some very prominent candidates. Others pointed to this our economy they've all been living under in recent years. So basically well. In the past, authorities have pointed to high turnout rates as proof of the legitimacy of the Iranian regime. This election was notable for the relative indifference of the voters. Abraham breezy, is said to be a favorite of the country's clerical leaders. He is Iran's top judge who is subject to US sanctions for alleged human rights abuses. The Palestinian Authority has cancelled a deal to receive Covid 19 vaccines from Israel as part of a vaccine swap. Officials say the expiration dates on the initial doses were sooner than have been agreed upon. A deal involving more than a million doses was meant to speed up the vaccination process in the West Bank and Gaza. They called for the Palestinian Authority to send reciprocal number of does suspected Israel later this year. This is NPR. Members of the Congressional Black Caucus, saying, lift every voice and sing after President Biden signed the Juneteenth bill this week. Recognition of the Juneteenth holiday. The Kansas City Royals.

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"59 million" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

01:58 min | 5 months ago

"59 million" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Possible If somebody's already dehydrated, a malnutrition that that could happen. The National Weather Service expects higher than normal temperatures in the area for at least another week. For NPR News. I'm Stina Sieg in GRAND Junction, Colorado. Iran is getting a new president. State media say Abraham and greasy, won by a landslide. But turnout is reported to be the lowest in years. NPR's Peter Kenyon is in Tehran, according to state television. More than 28 million Iranians cast ballots. There were 59 million eligible so well under 50%. Some who didn't vote, said they're protesting the decision by authorities to disqualify some very prominent candidates. Others pointed to this our economy they've all been living under in recent years. So basically well. In the past, authorities have pointed to high turnout rates as proof of the legitimacy of the Iranian regime. This election was notable for the relative indifference of the voters. Abraham Greasy, is said to be a favor to the country's clerical leaders. He is Iran's top judge who is subject to US sanctions for alleged human rights abuses. The Palestinian Authority has cancelled a deal to receive Covid 19 vaccines from Israel as part of a vaccine swap. Officials say the expiration dates on the initial doses were sooner than have been agreed upon. A deal involving more than a million doses was meant to speed up the vaccination process in the West Bank and Gaza. They called for the Palestinian Authority to send reciprocal number of does suspect to Israel later this year. This is NPR right now it's 75 degrees at 904. Good morning. I'm Marie Lane with WBZ news. Chicagoans are Commemorating Juneteenth this weekend with cultural celebrations, marches and festivals. WBZ is Linda Lutton reports Your sister, We see you on the boys have you with me with a flatbed truck and a car Caravan. One group of Chicagoans paraded through the city yesterday. Nicole Williams McDonald joined.

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"59 million" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:58 min | 6 months ago

"59 million" Discussed on AP News

"National security advisor Jake Sullivan would not confirm the plan while flying to Europe with the president. Sources say 200 million doses would be shared this year and the rest in the first half of next year. The announcement comes days after the White House unveiled plans to start sharing America's existing vaccine surplus with other nations. Saga or Megane Washington A federal watchdog is out with a report on why racial justice protesters were forcibly cleared from an area near the White House last summer. Demonstrators protesting George Floyd's death were forced out of Lafayette Park with pepper pellets and flash bangs. A half hour before then President Trump walked across the park for a photo op. The Interior Department's inspector general, says Park police did not break up the protest because of Trump, but rather so a contractor could start installing new fencing. The report says. While the move was justified, law enforcement agencies did not communicate well enough with each other or with protesters about the crackdown, which critics say was politically motivated. Sander Megane Washington The National Ski Areas Association is reporting a strong rebound this winter despite the coronavirus pandemic. Visits by skiers to US resorts. Total 59 million for the season, the National Ski Areas Association says. That's the fifth best on record Americans were looking for safe outdoor recreation CEO Kelly Pollock says from utter uncertainty to a top 10 season. What a year many resorts were forced to close in spring of 2020 in the U. S ski industry lost at least $2 billion that winter. But about seven months later, the chairlift started running again, with guests embracing a new normal, wearing masks standing apart in lines and writing lifts only with their own. Group. The average U. S ski area was opened 13 days longer than last year, and many small and medium sized ski areas performed well because more guests chose to stay close to home for their ski trips. I'm Jennifer King.

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"59 million" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:12 min | 6 months ago

"59 million" Discussed on AP News

"P news. I'm Ed Donahue. President Biden's first overseas trip in office has started. He arrived in Britain for the G seven summit. Hello? The president spoke to troops upon his arrival, National security advisor Jake Sullivan says President Biden wants to see more sharing of coronavirus vaccine at this summit. I don't anticipate contention on the issue of vaccines, I anticipate convergence. Because we're all converging around the idea that we need to boost vaccine supply in a number of ways, a source tells the AP President Biden is expected to announce tomorrow the U. S will buy 500 Million more doses of the Pfizer vaccine to share through the Global Kovacs alliance. A federal watchdog is out with a report on why racial justice protesters were forcibly cleared from an area near the White House. Last year. Demonstrators protesting George Floyd's death were forced out of Lafayette Park with pepper pellets and flash bang. Half hour before then President Trump walked across the park for a photo op, The Interior Department's inspector general, says Park police did not break up the protest because of Trump, but rather solar contractor could start installing new fencing, the report says. While the move was justified, law enforcement agencies did not communicate well enough with each other or with protesters about the crackdown, which critics say was politically motivated. Sagar Megane Washington There's a search for two people in San Antonio, Texas, wanted for a shooting at a local air force base. Officials at joint base San Antonio Lackland say the two fired shots toward an area where based personnel were training before running off. No injuries were reported. The Marine Corps is relieving Major General Robert Castel be of his duties for failing to properly trained Marines and sailors and evaluate the platoon before an exercise last summer when their seafaring tanks sank off Southern California. Nine troops were killed. This is a P news The National Ski Areas Association reports a strong rebound despite the pandemic visits by skiers to US resorts totaled 59 million for the season, the National Ski Areas Association says. That's the fifth best on record Americans were looking for safe outdoor recreation CEO Kelly Pollock says from utter uncertainty to a top 10 season. What a year. Many resorts were forced to close in spring of 2020 in the U. S ski industry lost at least $2 billion that winter. But about seven months later, the chairlift started running again, with guests embracing a new normal, wearing masks standing apart in lines and writing lifts only with their own group. The average U. S ski area was opened 13 days longer than last year, and many small and medium sized ski areas performed well because more guests chose to stay close to home for their ski trips. I'm Jennifer King to British women. Apparently sisters are recovering from a crocodile attack in a lagoon along Mexico's southern Pacific border. One of the women underwent surgery and was in an induced coma. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News. I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute. President Biden's first overseas trip since he took office has started. He's in Britain first stop the G seven summit, National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan says leaders will come together on vaccines. I.

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"59 million" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:47 min | 6 months ago

"59 million" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Would follow as with peaceful demonstrations around the country, calling for change in the way Police deal with people of color. Floyd's family meets today with President Biden at the White House. CBS News correspondent Steve Importantly, the president will sit with several relatives of George Florida and White House press Secretary Jen Psaki describes is a private meeting. He has a genuine relationship with them on the courage and grace of this family and especially his daughter, Jonah, Mr Biden and urged Congress to compromise on a police reform, though by this first anniversary of Floyd's death Bipartisan negotiators said yesterday they were making progress. Qualified legal immunity for police officers has been a sticking point in the talks. Stephen Portnoy's CBS News Washington there a jury rather convicted shoving of murder earlier this year A B C's mark tremolite trial and conviction of Derrick Show been marked a rare instance where a police officer has been convicted of murder for his or her actions in the line of duty. And one of the most notable parts of Derek Sherman's trial is the breakdown of the so called blue wall that is not part of policy. It is not what we teach. Nearly a dozen police officers testified against show Vin, including the Minneapolis police chief. The testimony of the officers establishing for the prosecution that the technique and conduct of show Vin was improper. Margaret Malard. ABC News Showman, meanwhile, awaits sentencing Milwaukee streets filled with protesters last summer in the wake of Floyd's death. County Sheriff Earn L. Lucas speaking with trying to cure in Wisconsin's afternoon news Monday. Does it feel to you like it's been a year? How does the time field to you? It has been a long year to say the least. You know, that was a date that many of us will long remember. It was one of the more reprehensible act to see what took place with the actions of the four former Minneapolis police officers. Do you think progress has been made in law enforcement community relations in the year? There has been some progress certainly within our own agency, pleased with some of the Up that we have taken, but there's a lot of work. You have to be done. Certainly there's a lot of debate and Madison and up on Capitol Hill, but everything starts locally and I think people hold law enforcement to a high standard. And that one we all be proud of. And I know we're working hard every day to work with people of Marquis County to keep walking calmly, strong and safe. And so we we look forward to the engagement dialogue with people moving forward looking county sheriff for until Lucas withdrawing Mercury in Wisconsin's afternoon news Monday. Madison Me well now has a black police chief. The county has its first black sheriff, the school district, its first black superintendent, the City Council, the most diverse ever police officers have been removed from the city's high schools and a civilian oversight. Board has been grated to provide additional oversight of Madison police. But the state total points out that in a key area reforms to police use of force policies and to a lesser extent, funding of police. Little has changed, although activists and policymakers view it as a work in progress. Meanwhile, many continue to pay the price for the spasms of violence that erupted during some of the protests that broke out nightly after Floyd's killing on A 25th 2020 followed in August by more protests over the police shooting of Jacob Lake in Kenosha. Of the dozens of downtown Madison businesses targeted by looting and vandalism last summer, many remain boarded up more than 70. People face criminal charges, some with the potential for years behind bars by 56 Wtmj time now for business headlines. Sponsored by Watari Industries and Premier Aluminum. Here's The Milwaukee Business Journal. Shawn Ryan Brady Corporation in Milwaukee, picks a former executive of Modine and Diable to become its next board chairman. The company also announced the $59 million acquisition of a British security card company. Three.

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"59 million" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:46 min | 6 months ago

"59 million" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Bob Zach Meyer. Good morning and welcome back. I'm in the studio with Jerry sent of the pipe mortgage, and we were talking about an article that came out from house canary That basically says There's um, but the shortage is not being offset by there are more listings coming on the market. But there's actually more buyers in the market right now than there had been, and they broke it down by price point. Um 200,000 and below homes are up 20.6% these air new homes that are being listed and then 600,000 up by 42.9%. And then 400 to 600 is 18% 600 to a million 11.6 and over a million dollars the number of homes on the market being listed 6.1%. And so a lot of percentages thrown out there. The change is the biggest thing that over a million homes being listed over a million is up 81%. Any 1%. I mean, oh, year over year and the homes between 600 millionaire up 54.9%. So the number of people that you know for the last ever since 2000 and eight Or even seven have not been able to sell their million dollar homes, too. We talked about it for years on this show that's like, look, there's two houses a month back in 2011 that we're selling over a million dollars in all of two sun and there were you know, just five years, six years of supply. Listed for sale at the same time and 22 homes being sold in. So now, you know, just to see that change, and people are getting the message like, Hey, we can finally sell. Hmm. S so that's good, and I will tell you I ran the numbers. I run them every week, and I tracked it myself because that's how you keep your thumb on the pulse of this market. I don't wanna Read in the newspaper. Like Most people do that they missed the bottom where they missed the top. Right. And they wait. You know, in in order to report data, you have to have the data which is backward in time. Which means you missed whatever you were trying to get right. So by watching the absorption How many homes are being absorbed and of the total number listed for sale. What percent is selling every month and that that's real time. I mean, that tells you you'll see a problem in 2000 and Five. The numbers started to drop in June. Of all five in the prices didn't fall until June 47. So we got a two year advanced warning that that was coming, and that's why I tracked it very religiously and almost weekly or even daily. And it was really you know, you gotta take it into stride. But normally this time a year because it June is the largest, you know, the biggest month for sales and its name mainly due to school schedules, right, right. And then when people's kids get out of school Go on vacation in June, and so July sales suffer because nobody was here to write the offers in June, and then they come back with all the vacation bills. And then, when school starts again in August, it drops again and all the way into the holidays. So, June is the biggest month of the year. Normally, during this time we see inventory shrinking. So from Friday of last week to Sunday of last week, the number of homes on the market increased by 55. I mean, it went from 8 65 to 920, which is an extremely low number. I mean, it's very, very low in and again. It's it's noise level in the grand scheme of things, but because the inventory solo that's a huge jump in two days. But keep in mind. It was over a weekend. So most people if they're strategizing like I am you want most people work at a job. And if you're going to sell your home you want the most people win it at the same time, too. Promote a potential bidding war and that's how you're gonna maximize the price you can get, so it's not scientific to say. From Friday to Sunday. We saw an increase because that's probably expected most people. This storm's over the weekend. It's Friday to Friday would be a better indicator Sunday to Sunday, and the MLS reports the numbers at the end of each month. So that's what I've been tracking for years is is the end, but You know, I just want to have my my thumb on the pulse and especially with economists, saying that the inventory is expected to increase in the second half of the year after The people that liquidity victor for close on our evicted and foreclosed on than those homes would hit the market. Yeah, you know, it's ah, two things here, I think last year 2020 and 2021 as far as when we look at our trends, and what we normally see is our cycles. Where you know the spring Buying season is the hottest time of the year and then it slows starting in August through the end of the year. I think that was the old formulas. Her we have to throw him out the window right now. You do? Yes. Because this year is gonna be hot all the way through. I don't know what month is gonna be the hottest month. I don't know if it's June July, Iet's Who knows? But it's not like it's going to slow in pace the second half of the year. I think this whole year is going to say consistently strong. And, you know, just like last year, the second half of the year was just crazy. So busy with sales, So it's Ah, but I think we will get back to normal cycles in 2022. I hope so. I mean, hopefully there's no resurgence of of coronavirus. I know, uh, in Ontario, Canada. They actually just did another lockdown for Corona virus on De so that's just something toe. Watch and you know, that's something this show. I spend a couple hours every week pulling news to talk about on this show, and that's what makes me aware of happenings in other areas, and in my gut reaction is always. Wow. That's crazy. And then it makes me go investigate right on and then Well, why isn't that happening here? And you know that's that's what Think really helps us understand it is. If you can understand why it's happening and where it's happening, then then you'll understand. Is it going to happen here or not? Yep. So, Jerry, There's um And article that also came out this week. Shaky economy hasn't slowed the rise and home equity. So of the 59 million mortgaged homes in the United States, 17.8 or 32% are considered equity rich. That means that they have better than 50% equity in their home, okay? So, um, It's really interesting when you start looking. Um and then I was reading this article. And it said, um There was a whole bunch of houses in the United States that are underwater..

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Fully vaccinated individuals can go without masks, distancing in some cases: CDC

Glenn Beck

00:29 sec | 9 months ago

Fully vaccinated individuals can go without masks, distancing in some cases: CDC

"O D. C. D C. Says fully vaccinated individuals have a little more leeway for get togethers recommends that Fully vaccinated. People can visit with other fully vaccinated people in small gatherings indoors without wearing masks or physical distancing CDC Director Rochelle Walensky stressing that fully vaccinated individuals should still wear masks in public. The CDC is still advising against non essential travel about 59 million Americans have so far received at least one covert

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"59 million" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:16 min | 10 months ago

"59 million" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Look, if you ever questioned Bella checks coaching, you were immediately hog tie. The one thing you could question and not be. Not have your house burned down with his drafting, but ultimately, there was always the Yeah, but they'll still win on Sunday. Yeah, they're still gonna win 12 games so he might not draft great. But as a GM, it doesn't matter. He's such a good coach. For the first time ever. Bellatrix really taking heat in sports media, and I know on my old radio station pretty consistently. He gets beaten up by the hosts and now beaten up by the fans of the callers. Are you surprised how much vitriol there is towards a head coach that has six Super Bowl championships. I mean, it's not like people are, you know, storming his front door with pitchforks or anything, but you know, it has turned up the heat. But for the first time ever, you're allowed to question Bill Belichick. No doubt no doubt, And this has been a bloodbath for him the last two weeks. He's just being as soon as really. Brady made the NFC Championship game. It's like why Why did you? Why did you Even if it was Brady's ultimate decision. Tol leave New England. It's because L a check and the Patriots made it so that Brady wanted to leave. They made him scratch and claw for his contract. And they didn't make Brady feel appreciated after you want them five and then six Super Bowl. Even after he beat the Falcons and that incredible comeback. Bellatrix still wouldn't trade away Jimmy Garoppolo until Robert Kraft basically forced into a trade deadline because Tom Brady said, What the heck? How many Super Bowls you have to win for you guys too? Get some appreciation around here. So, um, yeah. You know, the heat is on Belichick. Why couldn't you have found a way, Tonto, you know, make the situation better for Brady and for Gronk. Being crossed. Two is the screaming indictment of Bella Check. Grant couldn't wait. T get out of here and he retired instead of playing for $9 million. Then a soon as Brady goes to the Buccaneers grunts like Take me with you all I'll play again. We want to keep playing. So this is absolutely a screaming indictment of balletic does does his, you know? Does this program have to be so joyless and no days often? And, um, you know, I think that's probably why I think Belichick sensing that that's why you heard so much positive. Reaction from him about Kim Newton this year, just overly going over the top and praising him, But, yeah, I mean, look, I'm still a huge believer and Bill. I'll check and I think a lot of people in the area are but Being Brady success with the box Now it does make you re evaluate everything that happened with the Patriots over the last 20 years. And, you know, maybe Bella check was along for the ride a little bit, So I think this is really turned up the temperature on him and You know they can't afford another too many more 1977 and nineties Bellatrix gotta prove it, prove his worth basically and prove that he can rebuild the Patriots into a championship contender again. Brady, you know, winning the Super Bowl and in Tampa Bay is just upped the stakes for balancing act. And maybe it wasn't that Bill Belichick was along for the ride. But maybe that Tom Brady covered up Bella checks flaws that he could be a really good coach. But that Brady ended up making everything work. Okay, because he was that sublime I want I want to ask you this. The reason Belichick wanted to move on from Tom Brady. This past offseason wasn't because he didn't think Brady had enough good football left or simply the price of Tom Brady was just too much, because, as you said He didn't have a better solution. Yeah, I think Belichick didn't believe that Brady was worse. What he got from the Buccaneers, which was two years fully guaranteed. $50 million, you know, can push it up to 59 million with incentives. Bell eject out of 37 that Brady needed. Um, you know, they had to start preparing for the future, so there's no way he felt comfortable giving a 43 year old quarterback a full two year commitment. And I, you know, I think there were probably some hard feelings left over from the Jimmy Garoppolo situation. I think Belichick had his way he would have kept Garoppolo and made him the heir apparent. Um, And let's be honest. I mean, Brady didn't cover himself in glory in the 2019 seasons, either. He was really pouty and Grumpy off season and didn't show up their off season workout. So you know that was that was radius kind of response toe how he's being treated by a fella check previously so clearly You know, Look, personalities get in the way egos get in the way. It's frankly kind of incredible that they kept it together for 20 years. S So, um, Perhaps the break up was inevitable, but, um, you know, no question. Brady is still championship caliber quarterback and maybe you know, leaving. The Patriots certainly motivated him to prove people wrong. Don't know. It's just a shame that he and the Patriots couldn't you know, Figure it out because Brady still an all time great quarterback. The fans still love him, and the patron didn't have another answer behind him. So I just You know the relationship. It has probably run its course. But it's just too bad that they couldn't figure out a way to keep it going. Yeah, that's well put senior NFL writer at the Boston Globe Ben Volin, You can follow him on Twitter at Ben Volin v O l i n read him at boston dot com or globe.

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"59 million" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:39 min | 10 months ago

"59 million" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"On Chuck's Secret Sins. While there are now both ups and downs in the Kobe pandemic in America deaths, increasing the recent daily records, But other stats improving there is this worry this weekend, says he. Bc's Trevor also the potential for a Super Bowl. Surge, threatening to unravel the nationwide progress we've seen with cases in hospitalizations finally coming down, and the concern stretch far beyond Florida. With the game typically drawing 100 million viewers, health experts are warning about indoor gatherings everywhere, more than 461,000 total U. S deaths from the virus now, says Johns Hopkins University. That's just 18 days after the country hit 400,000. CDC says more than 59 million total vaccine doses distributed 39 million have made it into the arms of Americans. It's about 8% of the population says cases began declining mid January. The National Weekly average of daily new cases has gone down by about half. With business owners in Dayton, Kentucky, still struggling to bring in many of their pre pandemic customers. The city has decided to use some of their funds from the government's cares act to funnel that money back into the area's main street restaurants. They're Ben Baker says. Every home in Dayton will receive a $5 voucher for any of the city's restaurants. That's gonna bring in more than $5 each one of these restaurants. More importantly, it's gonna bring customers coming here on a repeat basis in the past hours, the first of two memorials for the two FBI agents killed earlier this week while serving an arrest warrant in the Fort Lauderdale area, Remembering agent Laura Schwarzenberger, FBI director Christopher Wray. It's heartbreaking. There's no other word for it. It's heartbreaking.

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Global COVID-19 Cases Slowing Down

WBZ Morning News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Global COVID-19 Cases Slowing Down

"There is more hopeful news on the virus front, the United Nations health watchdog seeing Early signs of the global pandemic could be slowing down. World Health Organization says the global Corona virus pandemic has slowed down in the past week, driven largely by new containment measures in Europe. But death rates continue to rise, and there are signs of the pandemics accelerating in Africa. There has been more than 59 million cases globally now and nearly 1.4 million deaths. The Americas continue to account for about a third of all cases, with the U. S death toll the world's highest at nearly

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Election 2020 TV ratings were lower than in 2016

Morning Edition

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Election 2020 TV ratings were lower than in 2016

"Fluid where we are right now, in terms of the election and in terms of theirs drama involving the ratings involving Fox News, let's start with the ratings quickly. The ratings were weird. This year they were down, which seems really surprising the TV ratings for election Night coverage given you know the amount of attention that people have paid. To this particular election. I don't understand how ratings were down, but maybe you have some theories. Yeah, it's interesting because given the record turnout, you would think that Maura people would have an investment in watching the returns live. But we saw that it wasn't just down. It was down significantly. Some had it done. 20% 59 million viewers tuned in to watch on Election night, which is a fraction of the people who Voted now the reasons for that, maybe general, you know, fewer people are watching TV. They're getting their news and they're sourcing from digital outlets and social media and Facebook and all these other places. You also could argue that because it was an incumbent situation, traditionally in the past races with an incumbent running are generally down from where there's two new candidates. The other argument I've heard is that because it was very clear early in the night that we weren't going to get a definitive answer on election night, people may have just tuned out. I think that's my theory. I think that was overwhelming. And people who just couldn't you know there was too much of this county that county versus Hillary in 2016, etcetera, etcetera. You just at a certain point that I can't with this, and I think that's what happened for many people. One other trend that we noticed very much this year is that the broadcast networks ABC, NBC, CBS were way down and Your ship. CNN was also down on election night, although it ended up winning the night on night two, But Fox and MSNBC we're both up so people are increasingly polarized and increasingly tuning into their preferred news outlet for their returns, which it should not surprise anyone given the results of this election, and I will just note in

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"59 million" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"59 million" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Thank you. With eight days to go until election day. More people already have cast ballots in this year's presidential election, then voted early or absentee in the 2016 race. More than 59 million people voted in person at early voting centers or by mail. The surge comes as voters tried to avoid crowded places on November 3rd during the Corona virus pandemic. President Trump's son in Law and senior advisor Jared Kushner is drawing criticism on Twitter after saying that black people must quote I want to be successful and quote In order for his father in law's policies to help them. Kushner made the remarks on Fox and Friends today Mr Trump lost among black voters by about 82% points in 2016, but has closed the gap in support to about 71 points this year. That's according to polling data fivethirtyeight dot com Residents in El Paso, Texas, are being urged to stay home for two weeks. Officials are trying to stem a spike in Corona virus cases that is overwhelmed Local hospitals. Governor Greg Abbott has also transformed part of the city's civic center into a makeshift hospital and is sending nearly 1000 medical personnel from across Texas. To the region. Americans are rushing to pharmacies in record numbers for seasonal flu shots as the pandemic brings new urgency to this year's flu season. CVS says it has already surpassed the nine million flu shots it gave during the entire previous season and expects to double that number. By the end of the season. Walgreens has given 60% more doses in its U. S stores. And at this point last year Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick take powered by more than 2700. Journalists and analysts in over 120 countries By Mark Crumpton. This is Bloomberg. David, Thanks so much Mark. Coming up. We hear from Republican Senator of South Dakota, Kevin Cramer about similar prospects and energy policy. This is balance of power on Bloomberg television and radio. Usually it takes a loved headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day at Bloomberg dot com. Bloomberg Business happened and on quick Bloomberg Bloomberg Business Flash. The S and P is headed to its biggest drop it a month. I'm.

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"59 million" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"59 million" Discussed on KTRH

"Saturday, meteorologist Scott Larrimore, the Weather Channel, clear skies and 81 of the top tax defenders 20 Forever Weather center. It's 301 Now. Our top story despite Mayor Sylvester Turner's threat of a $250 fine for ignoring the States mandate for masks Ray Hunt to the Houston Police Union says that officers will not be actively looking for violators. Promise We are police officers are not going to be coming into your backyard and looking for people who aren't wearing masks. We're not gonna be that kind of police department We never have been and never will be. If we're called to a scene, obviously, and there's someone there who's violating the governor's order. We're going to encourage them to please they'll get a mask and put a mask on. Hans says HPD is 911 center is ignoring calls from any so called Karen's looking to report their neighbors, but they will respond to businesses if a mask violator refuses to leave the property. Judge Lena Hidalgo claims the number of covert 19 cases in Harris County is on the rise. It's just a day after the Houston mayor says Cove in 19 cases or down in the city, the judge issuing a warning yesterday. These numbers are extremely high. Whichever way whichever one you look of positivity cases, hospitalizations, death all very, very high. This is in contrast, what Dr David Per says is going on in the city where the case is positivity rate and hospitalization rates are all declining. Chicago says federal and state officials are adding two new testing sites Thursday wanted Ken Pridgen Stadium another one. It's Sanderson College Central Campus Governor Greg Abbott, vowing Texas schools will have the personal protection equipment that they need to start the new school year. The governor says the state has already distributed 59 million face mass and more than 500,000 gallons of hand sanitizer two schools all over Texas. So when those schools returned physically to the classroom is up to them. Every school district.

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Siberian Arctic sees record average temperatures

BBC World Service

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Siberian Arctic sees record average temperatures

"Temperatures in Arctic Siberia with 10 degrees higher than average in June, a joint record for the month. Data gathered by European Union scientists indicate that the heat way, of course, the worst wildfires the region has ever experienced. Mike Sanders has the details. European Union's Copernicus Earth observation program calls the data worrying, not just because of unusual temperatures. Weather Station at vertical young skin northeast Russia recorded 38 Celsius and one day it's the persistence of the highs that matter. They sucked moisture from the boreal forest, sparking wildfires that released an estimated 59 million tonnes of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Records show The Arctic is warming faster than the rest of the planet. Raising the prospect that the soil beneath the permafrost will disgorge the captured carbon. It holds

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