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Biden Changes His Mind About Mask Mandates

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:30 min | 3 d ago

Biden Changes His Mind About Mask Mandates

"Happens to the left being so concerned about privacy and government overreach. Remember cut one. Oh nine when. Nancy pelosi said the federal government cannot require someone to be vaccinated saying. It's a matter of privacy cut one. Oh nine own cannot require someone to vaccinate. That's just not what we can get. It is a matter of tattoo to know who wizar- who isn't i can't go to the physician say the names of people aren't vaccinated so i can go in carrollton or make it known to others encouraged vaccinated us. Oh we can't we can't do that. And then biden said something. Similar cut sixty four while he was campaigning. Saying look vaccine mask should not be mandatory. Isn't it interesting. They didn't say that leading into the election. They didn't say that leading into when someone's going to be voting. Now you might say well charlie. This is back when he was president. Elect why do you think. Joe biden say that when he was president. Elect the georgia runoff. That's why because that would have been used as a winning issue to keep the senate in republican hands play tape attack no. i don't think it should be mandatory. I wouldn't demand be mandatory. But i would do everything i might power like. I don't think mask have to be made mandatory nationwide even though they're doing both now they're mandating vaccines even said look. I'm talking to the department of justice of seeing how we can mandate vaccines for all people

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Charlie Kirk on COVID-19 Vaccine Autonomy

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:45 min | 3 d ago

Charlie Kirk on COVID-19 Vaccine Autonomy

"Having a discussion with someone that believes vaccine should be mandatory. You try to give them. The freedom and liberty are the foundational principles of america. An explanation as to why it shouldn't be but then they say what do you say that your liberty ends when you are killing other people. What a great question right. It seems so always. of course what. You can't have liberty killer people well first of all. If you knowingly have the chinese corona virus and start going and blowing in people's mouths than yes that's going to be an issue but if you're just living your life unknowingly possibly having a virus and you've decided that you're not going to get the vaccine. That is you exercising your own individual autonomy and by the way there are a lot of reasons not to get the vaccine the first of which is according to the united states constitution you have a rights religious liberty and there are great religious grounds to deny this so heather. The answer is this. Is that if all of a sudden you get covert or you get chinese corona virus and you just start blowing in people's mouths then. Yeah you could be open. That could be possibly legally held accountable for killing people but living your life and not being vaccinated is nowhere near anywhere this idea of reckless homicide or killing people and by the way heather. According to the cdc you should tell your friend vaccinated people are actually spreading it more than unvaccinated people. That's the cdc's zone data according to leak documents. It's actually surprising. I wouldn't even think it'd be that dramatic but it said that there was no difference in fact that vaccinated had a higher so vaccinated people killers of course not.

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"7.3%" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:37 min | 3 weeks ago

"7.3%" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Ashley Home Store. Ashley Home store. Com. This is home traffic on the tens. Every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the Bonnie leading the way Home Traffic Center. I'm David has news 93.1 kpk. Thank you, Gina. Tonight we'll see. Clear skies Expect a low of 53 to 57 Plenty of sunshine on tap tomorrow high of 83 to 87 for tomorrow Friday and Saturday Plenty of sunshine Friday we'll see a high of 87 to 91 a high of 91 95 4 Saturday. Mackey Weather's Drew Shannon News 93.1 kfbk, and we've got ranch Cordova at 90 GALT. Same 1993 in Rockland. Kitty O'Neil Here with your afternoon news as we check your business and money news in for Kelly Brothers and from Cap Trust as John Locke word well as the space race continues. Virgin Galactic completed the world's first space tourism flight this last weekend, but Interestingly enough, The stock continues to tumble down about 25% over the last five days, and some may feel that that's because they're actually releasing more stock. They're going to sell up to 500 Million more in common stock. Others feel like it may just be the old adage of buy the rumor and sell the news stocks mixed on Wednesday as investors shake off more inflation data today, the producer Price index showed a rise of 7.3%. You're over here in June, and companies have been passing on those prices to consumers. As yesterday we saw the consumer price index up highest level since 2008 final numbers on Wall Street today the Dow is up 181% of 44 points at.

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"7.3%" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

01:32 min | 3 weeks ago

"7.3%" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"In the southeastern town of Spinboldak, along the Afghanistan Pakistan border. Meanwhile, former President George W. Bush is criticizing the Western withdrawal. White House correspondent Greg Clugston reports. The war in Afghanistan began under Bush after the 9 11 terror attacks in 2000 and one and he thinks that withdrawal is a mistake, he tells a German broadcaster. The consequences are going to be unbelievably bad. Bush is particularly worried that Afghan women and girls will suffer unspeakable harmed by the Taliban and the former president fears for the safety. Saying it breaks my heart. Greg plunged in Washington. Also, that's our news dot com There's fresh data on inflation that has come out. Correspondent Ben Thomas has the numbers. The Labor Department reports. Inflation at the wholesale level jumped 1% in June that pushed prices over the past 12 months up by a record 7.3%. 12 month gain and the producer Price Index is the largest since 2010. The news on wholesale prices follows yesterday's report that consumer prices were up 5.4% over the past year. The spike in inflation comes as the economy rebounds from the recession triggered by the coronavirus pandemic, with rising consumer demand, bumping up against supply shortages and bottle Max Ben Thomas Washington and after starting out in negative territory, stocks have moved higher. The Dow is up 54 points the S and P 510 points higher..

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Caller Says Teaching Marxism Is the Stepping Stone to Communism

Mark Levin

01:32 min | Last month

Caller Says Teaching Marxism Is the Stepping Stone to Communism

"My mother used to say, the more you stir at the more you stir it the speaker against and that's just what the liberals are. Are doing Mars there, stirring this racism and they're stirring this white supremacy. I guess that's what Joe is. These must be the white supremacist because they're stirring it, Brother. Got pulled over by D O t today for a random check. We got the chit chatting about it had to ask him if he listen to you. He says he didn't listen to Mark Levin. They listen to Dan Bongino. I told him I says, Well, you need to listen. The march he's the one Well, Dan Dan is tremendous. Yeah, Dan. He's a great guy, too. So anyway, and he thought we got to talking about these Children about this Marxism and stuff because I was telling him when I was in high school back in 74 when I graduated 73 74 They were talking about this smart system, I says, But you know back then, uh, we just discerned it. We didn't even think about it because the teacher would talk to us a trying to teach us about instep. We said, Jeez, that's just the stepping stone. That's the socialism stepping stone to communism. You know, right? He says, Yeah, that's the way it was back, then with the kids, But today's kids they're trying to brainwash them and convince them that and now they're trying to brainwash him at an age where they can't even debate there. Just now, forming, uh, Thought processes. Logic processes, reasoning processes.

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Zuhdi Jasser Suggests Rep. Ilhan Omar Has an Un-American Worldview

Mark Levin

01:44 min | Last month

Zuhdi Jasser Suggests Rep. Ilhan Omar Has an Un-American Worldview

"To know about. Muslims. Who are Very comfortable with with the Western enlightenment and in the United States and who can practice their faith freely and, uh Who support our country and yet Judy Dresser. We watch Omar and tallied and others. These are Radical individuals. Will you tell us? What What did you How do you make this out? Well, you know, I have to tell you as much as every tweet that she does revealed her ideology. It's not just about the one tweet. It's her worldview. It's incompatible with Americanism. She is at her core anti American. So now we're seeing all of the uproar appropriately about this tweet, where she equated are American troops in Israel with the Taliban, Hamas and these other terror groups. And a few years ago, she equated our service in Somalia. She basically chastised Senator Franken for reminding Minnesotans about The terror committed against American troops were 19 died in 73 were injured in 1993. And yet, she said, no the real terrorists at the time where Americans who killed thousands of Somali And this is when she was barely 10 years old. So I would ask Americans, you know, she has no business serving on the Foreign Affairs Committee. Not just because of a few comments here or there, her worldview. Is that America is evil is that Israel is evil. The West is evil, and that the the the righteous ones are the Islamists who believe in an Islamic state. Her resume on foreign policy is the support of BDs, where she

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"7.3%" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | Last month

"7.3%" Discussed on KOMO

"After as the school year winds down, retailers are gearing up for back to school shopping, which is expected to be huge Consumer prices were up, which alarmed Wall Street, meaning we're paying more for everything from our groceries to used cars. Details on those items and more first to recap of market activity Yesterday. Here's CNBC's Jessica Edinger stocks are coming off a record setting day as investors shrugged off soaring consumer prices. I think investors are taking a wait and see attitude. Is this inflation transitory as the Fed is arguing that it will be or is there some more persistence Advisors Capital Management's Joanne Feeney on CNBC that S and P 500 index set a fresh all time high. Hard to argue with kind of a levitation to a new all time high. Even if banks Week Industrials week makes it a little uncomfortable from CNBC's Mike Santoli meme stocks hit a wall Gamestop, AMC theaters and clover Health all down big May CPI Consumer Price Index came in hotter than forecast. All right, here's the money ball numbers year over year up 5% 5% on CP. The Last time we had a number that was higher higher than 5% was August of 2000 and eight CNBC's Rick Santelli and CNBC chief economics reporter Steve Leachman. He's been digging into those CPI numbers. Prices are rocketing for your old vehicle used cars, man. They're going up in value. Automobiles, used cars and trucks up 7.3%.

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"7.3%" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:36 min | Last month

"7.3%" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Welcome back here with America in the morning at 20 after as the school year winds down, retailers are gearing up for back to school shopping, which is expected to be huge consumer prices were up, which alarmed Wall Street, meaning we're paying more for everything from our groceries to used cars. Details on those items and more first a recap of market activity yesterday. Here's CNBC's Jessica Edinger stocks are coming off a record setting day as investors shrugged off soaring consumer prices. I think investors are taking a wait and see attitude. Is this inflation transitory as the Fed is arguing that it will be or is there some more persistence Advisors Capital Management's Joanne Feeney on CNBC that S and P 500 index set a fresh all time high. Hard to argue with kind of a levitation to a new all time high. Even if banks Week Industrials week makes it a little uncomfortable from CNBC's Mike Santoli meme stocks hit a wall Gamestop, AMC theaters and clover Health all down big May CPI Consumer Price Index came in hotter than forecast. All right, here's the money ball numbers year over year up 5% 5% on C P I. The last time we had a number that was higher higher than 5% was August of 2000 and eight CNBC's Rick Santelli and CNBC chief economics reporter Steve Leachman. He's been digging into those CPI numbers. Prices are rocketing for your old vehicle used cars, man. They're going up in value. Automobiles, used cars and trucks up 7.3% on the month.

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"7.3%" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:55 min | 2 months ago

"7.3%" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"The 22,000 visas coming up next week. 6000 are reserved for workers from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras. Andrea Hsu. NPR NEWS Washington First named Storm of the season has formed, the National Hurricane Center says sub Tropical Storm Ana is about 200 miles northeast of Bermuda, where a tropical storm watches in effect on a showed up early. The Atlantic hurricane season doesn't begin until June. 1st you're listening to NPR news. Community in Missouri is preparing to mark the anniversary of one of the most devastating tornadoes in U. S history fled. Fetcher Fiero of member station K. RPS has more Today marks 10 years since an E F five tornado with wind speeds of more than 200 MPH touchdown in Joplin, Missouri, for 22 miles, destroying an estimated 8000 buildings and homes. Housing about $3 billion worth of damage and killing 161 people. The storm's strength destroyed the medical center in its path shifted the nine story facility off its foundation. The hospital has since been rebuilt in a new location. The city is open a new medical school, the with construction underway on a new performing arts center in downtown Joplin. Jay Nixon, who was governor at the time of the tornado will be on hand later today to deliver remarks and remember those lost For NPR News. I'm Fred Fletcher Fiero in Web CITY, Missouri. Ah 6.4 Magnitude Earthquake in China killed at least three people and injured more than two dozen. It happened early today in the country's southwest. Separately, a 7.3 magnitude quake struck central China, injuring several people. It collapsed a bridge and damaged roadways. A Chinese rover is now out. Exploring Mars. China announced today that the rover drove down the ramp of its landing capsule and onto the Martian surface. It's studying the planet's soil and atmosphere, and it comes a week after the.

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Increases in Extreme Precipitation Cost the U.S. $73 Billion

Climate Connections

01:09 min | 2 months ago

Increases in Extreme Precipitation Cost the U.S. $73 Billion

"Torrential. Rainstorms can flood homes. Wash out roads and bridges and destroy crops over the past. Three decades flooding from heavy precipitation has caused about two hundred billion dollars of damage in the. Us francis davenport is a phd student. In earth system science at stanford university. She wanted to know how much of that enormous price tag can be blamed on global warming. We've seen that extreme precipitation events are increasing in frequency or intensity and so we wanted to quantify what are the financial costs of those changes in precipitation. Her team analyzed historic rainfall trends and financial data about flood damages over decades. They estimated that between nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight and twenty seventeen about seventy three billion dollars. A flood damage can be attributed to increases in extreme precipitation. That's more than a third of the cost of flooding over those thirty years. So devonport says that people are already paying the financial cost of warming world. I think having those hard dollar amounts is really important for some of these policy conversations about what to do.

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"7.3%" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:45 min | 3 months ago

"7.3%" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Be up 12 again of 3/10 of 1%. Now the stack up by two points, little changed worth pointing out the year to date numbers so far this year s and P up 11.3% the Dow up 12.4%. As for NASDAQ Up now, by 5.4% on the year today, even as fact 100 index is advancing by 5/10 of 1% stocks were climbing. His data shows US economy is strengthening that is overshadowing inflation worries gold and silver rallying right now we do have gold up $28 the ounce up 1.6% Silver is up $1 now buying 3.8%. West Texas Intermediate crude down 1.1% 64 90 a barrel 10 year Yield 1.56% well as for the Federal Reserve, Michael Darda is chief economist at M K M Holdings. He was interviewed this morning on Bloomberg Television and Radio with an economy reopening and rising rapidly recovering much faster than anticipated. That means the neutral interest rate moved up and that paves the way for the Fed to start reversing course without actually threatening the business cycle. That's very different than what was happening with growth scares and premature moves in the last business cycle. What donor shares trading lower after its vaccine revenues missed Analystsexpectations and the company made a small increase in product sales projections for the year, but Broner shares they are trading lower as I mentioned on the joiner down now by about 5/10 of 1%. Some of the other vaccine Name's Laura across the board visor. For example, down 1.5%. It's German partner by on tech to FDR's. They're down 8/10 of 1%. AstraZeneca. It's 80 yards down. 9/10 of 1% Chance. Man Johnson down by 2/10 of 1% and fears that American consumers might stop ordering in pizza, once lockdowns lifted, have not panned out. Pup John's internationals North American comparable sales up 26% in the first quarter from a year earlier. It shares surging today. Right now they are up by 7.3% re capping S and P up 15 again of 4/10 of 1%. I'm Charlie Pellet that there's a Bloomberg business Flash. This is balance of power with David Western. Finally going to have to do is really find a way to start dating American. I think business has been will be supportive of continued federal government action. I think there's no question that taxes you're going up for the world of politics meets the world of business. This is a time to set big goal, pursue them currently conviction because.

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Colorado Officers Laugh While Watching Arrest of 73-Year-Old Woman

First Light

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

Colorado Officers Laugh While Watching Arrest of 73-Year-Old Woman

"New video from Colorado shows police officers laughing after allegedly breaking the arm of a woman who has dementia. Karen Gardner's attorney, shared the jailhouse video from her violent shoplifting arrest last year, and the officers are seen fist bumping while watching footage of the

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'Total Eclipse' Songwriter and Producer Jim Steinman Dead at 73

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 3 months ago

'Total Eclipse' Songwriter and Producer Jim Steinman Dead at 73

"Bonnie Tyler saying the hit total eclipse of the heart, but it was Jim Steinman, who wrote it. The Grammy winning composer and lyricist was also responsible for hits by meatloaf. And Celine Dion Steinmann has died in Connecticut, where he lived. His brother says Steinman suffered kidney failure and he was ill for some time. He was 73.

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Prince Philip Laid to Rest in Royal Funeral

WBZ Morning News

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Prince Philip Laid to Rest in Royal Funeral

"Funeral because of the pandemic. More details from CBS is Roxana Saberi owners left tributes outside Windsor Castle, despite requests not to gather This'll was a family funeral of national significance. Queen now enters her final chapter without her husband of 73 years, but we hear she's already back at work and our hands of a possible family reconciliation right After the funeral, Princes William and Harry were seen walking and talking together. Prince Philip was 99 years old. Candlelight vigil last night in

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Prince Philip Laid to Rest

WBZ Afternoon News

00:16 sec | 3 months ago

Prince Philip Laid to Rest

"Husband of 73 years was laid to rest in the royal tomb she will share with him someday. After the socially distance service, William and Harry walked out together, shared grief just may help heal a royal rift. Vicki Barker

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51 West Point Cadets Caught Cheating Must Repeat a Year

Bloomberg Opinion

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

51 West Point Cadets Caught Cheating Must Repeat a Year

"51 West Point cadets will be allowed to return to school. Liz Warner reports of 73 candidates caught up in the U. S military academies worst cheating scandal in decades, Most will now be required to repeat the year Several cadets had already resigned and eight were expelled following last year's incident involving a calculus exam taken remotely due to the pandemic. West point also announcing the end of its willful admission process, which allowed students violating the school's honor code to stay at the academy. By admitting fault and

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51 West Point Cadets Caught Cheating Must Repeat a Year

Mark Blazor

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

51 West Point Cadets Caught Cheating Must Repeat a Year

"Scott Jennings and 51 West Point, cadets will now be going back to school of 73 candidates caught up in the U. S military academies worst cheating scandal in decades, Most will now be required to repeat the year Several cadets had already resigned and eight were expelled following last year's incident involving a calculus exam taken remotely due to the pandemic. West point also announcing the end of its willful admission process, which allowed students violating the school's honor code to stay at the academy by admitting fault

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Only Family Will Be Attending the Funeral of Prince Philip

Jason and Alexis

01:21 min | 3 months ago

Only Family Will Be Attending the Funeral of Prince Philip

"Prince Philip's funeral. So it's gonna be a big deal tomorrow in the U. K and a royal spokesman says. We're dealing with a family family funeral, and at its heart. It's still a family event. So Prince Philip will be surrounded by his wife of 73 years, four Children, eight grandchildren and other close family members and friends at his funeral, and then he'll be laid to rest. It's ST George's Chapel in Windsor Castle on Saturday, surrounded on Lee by close family members and friends. They're keeping with the 30 person limit because of covert guidelines. And so Queen Elizabeth had to make some difficult decisions about who could be there. Um, the spokesman didn't say if Prince Philip was involved in choosing who he wanted at his funeral before his death, But I did hear that he, um At his coffin will be carried in a land rover that he designed. Yeah, yeah, particularly like an electric one, too. I think so. The real fancy and don saying isn't gonna be in a wool coffin. Really? Yeah, It's like 100 and $65 wool coffin. Wow, and we were confused. I talked about this the other day, and somebody tweeted me What that looks like, and it's beautiful. It's just more Earth friendly then would Yes, exactly. It breaks

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Berlin-Tel Aviv 2036 Olympics Would Be ‘a Mark of Reconciliation’

The Promised Podcast

01:42 min | 4 months ago

Berlin-Tel Aviv 2036 Olympics Would Be ‘a Mark of Reconciliation’

"Come to the promised. Podcast brought to you on t. Lv one the voice of the city. That was just proposed as a possible venue for the twenty thirty six olympics which will be the thirty sixth modern olympics now that the international olympic committee just decided that the thirty fifth olympiad in twenty thirty two will be in brisbane australia. The twenty thirty six games are now for bid. The proposal was floated. in last. week's berliner morgenpost in a column written by franck koale ski a lead organizer of the two thousand and eighteen european track and field championships in berlin and ricard ming. The president of the german olympic association. The two men began by observing. What maybe obvious that berlin could not host the twenty thirty six games because berlin hosted the nineteen thirty six weeks which were by then german. Chancellor adolf hitler and held in stadiums festooned with swastikas. You may remember. There was some unpleasantness back. Then so berlin is out or is it. Kurowski wrote quote so why not send a completely new strong signal of peace and reconciliation in twenty thirty six a signal that does not hide from history but takes up the responsibility that comes from it. It would be such a signal. If and israel apply together more precisely berlin and tel aviv with the sailing and surfing competitions on the eastern mediterranean but also with other sports such as beach volleyball in israel's lively metropolis as a clear signal of how responsibility arises from

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As Britain mourns Prince Philip, palace announced private funeral for April 17

Planet Money

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

As Britain mourns Prince Philip, palace announced private funeral for April 17

"Britain. Officials at Buckingham Palace say the funeral for Prince Philip will be held one week from today. Vicki Barker reports from London 41 Gun Death salute sounded out across the UK and at sea honoring the queen's husband of 73 years, hundreds of Mourners have continued to ignore please from the family to stay away, leaving flowers outside royal resin. Senses, including Windsor Castle, where Prince Phillip died. The palace has confirmed the funeral will take place at ST George's Chapel inside Windsor Castle. Next Saturday. It will be televised, but Covad restrictions mean there will be no public procession and attendance will be limited to 30, mostly close family grandson, Prince Harry among them

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Chicago woman, 73, dead after Bronzeville fire

Home Sweet Home Chicago

00:16 sec | 4 months ago

Chicago woman, 73, dead after Bronzeville fire

"Died in a second South side fire overnight, this one in Chicago's Bronzeville neighborhood, fire officials said. Officers responded to a call for a fire at 11:27 P.m. in a three story building in the 4900 block of South Incense Avenue. A 73 year old woman was pronounced dead at that scene.

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Prince Philip's death marked with gun salutes across the U.K.

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

Prince Philip's death marked with gun salutes across the U.K.

"Stream of Mourners is leaving flowers and British flags outside Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle following the death of Prince Philip. Also today 41 gun salute in the UK and beyond. In honor of the former naval officer. We've had the gun salutes from around the world. You had tributes from world leaders inherit Buckingham Palace as well as it Windsor Castle having a steady stream of Mourners, but of course, has been severely curtailed by covert. That being, said Princess. I've always said he didn't want a big state funeral. He wanted something smaller. He wanted no fuss, and that's what he's going to get. Instead, there's gonna be a small family service in Windsor next Saturday. Fox says Benjamin Hall, Queen Elizabeth will enter a period of mourning that could last several weeks. She was married to Prince Philip for 73 years.

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Prince Philip, husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth, dies at 99

1A

01:36 min | 4 months ago

Prince Philip, husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth, dies at 99

"Years old, and he was married to Queen Elizabeth for 73 years. Robert what's been the reaction in the UK? Well, it's fair to say that, you know, it's obviously huge news both in Britain on across the Commonwealth, not shocking because, of course, Prince Philip did. You could have been brothers 99, perhaps not even tragic, because he'd had such an active a life. But certainly this is in Britain today. A somber national occasion. He died at the age of 99 just a few months short of his 100th birthday at Windsor Castle. Come on. Now, there is this debate about the funeral, which will be problematic because of course, as we've just been discussing with covert restrictions, Crowds cannot gather on. According to the Duke's wishes. It won't be a state funeral, but it will be a funeral at Windsor Castle with it with a military procession. I think overwhelmingly the reaction in Britain as it plays out. Will be a deep empathy with the queen. Many people in Britain observing that she went out end her monarchy like Queen Victoria is that widowed queen on people very touched by how she paid that tribute to her husband to Prince Phillip, describing him as her strength and her stay. So I think overwhelming in Britain, it's a moment of reflection of remarkable marriage, a remarkable life. Other Duke but also deep empathy of for the Queen herself. She injures the difficult days ahead, and I think there's one other point I would make, which is people just fascinated with this extraordinary

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Boris Johnson Reacts to Prince Philip's Death

Rush Limbaugh

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

Boris Johnson Reacts to Prince Philip's Death

"Of Britain's Prince Philip has passed away just a few weeks shy of his 1/100 birthday. He and Queen Elizabeth were married for 73 years. Philip had been hospitalized earlier this year, he'd undergone a heart procedure. The Prime Minister Boris Johnson remembered the prince today, condolences and words of tribute pouring in from around the world outside 10, Downing Street Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaking to gathered reporters, he was the longest serving consort. In history. One of the last surviving people in this country to have served in the second World War. His navel years were arguably his most fulfilling a place where he would have happily developed a long career had he not met a certain young lady. Would later be

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"7.3%" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:42 min | 6 months ago

"7.3%" Discussed on KQED Radio

"NPR News. I'm Emily Puritan and Oregon. This is NPR news. Residents of northeastern Japan or cleaning up after a 7.3 magnitude earthquake late last night. Officials say more than 100 people were injured. The Japan Meteorological Agency says it appears it was an aftershock from the 9.1 magnitude quake that hit the region and nearly 10 years ago that triggered a tsunami in a meltdown in a nuclear power plant. This weekend, Volunteers around the globe will count tens of millions of birds to help scientists study migration and the declines in many species. Cilia Yo peace Jephson of member station Casey, You are reports the annual great backyard bird count runs through Monday. Whether you spot a house sparrow in your yard, A blue Jay at the park. Or an Osprey while out hiking scientists at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology Hope you'll tell them using your smartphone sightings logged in the a bird app feed into a massive crowd sourced database that helps scientists track changes in bird population for research and conservation efforts. North America alone has lost 1/4 of its birds since 1970 half of it's grassland birds. Habitat loss is one key reason for NPR news. I'm Celia, you piss. Jepson and Raymore, Missouri, New York City Police have deployed hundreds of extra officers in the subway system. After four separate, unprovoked stabbing attacks against homeless people between Friday night and yesterday morning, officials say two people died. Authorities believe the same unidentified man is responsible..

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"7.3%" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:46 min | 10 months ago

"7.3%" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The Astros beat the Rays Friday night 7 to 4 after the Rays led the American League Championship Series three games to none. At one time after the Rays lost the series, now tied at three games apiece, the winner of tonight's game heads to the World Series President Trump visited Fort Myers Friday to make his pitch to Florida seniors who are afraid of getting covert 19. He repeated his pledge to have a vaccine ready by the end of the year. If not sooner. Seniors will be the first in line for the vaccine and we will soon be ending this pandemic. The president also said he would work with the FDA to make the treatment he received for Corona virus available for free elections. Supervisors across the state say they have made polling place is as safe as possible. In the Corona virus. Pandemic workers will wear masks and clean voting booths between users. But they won't require voters to wear masks prevents away from coming years. Graham asked, being concerned about the reverse reaction that somebody face and tries to help me do my job by forcing voter to wear a mask. That's not the situation you Leon County Supervisor of Elections mark early. The Department of Health reporting 3449 new cases of covert 19 Friday with 94 additional deaths. Agriculture Commissioner Nicky Freed, urging Floridians to mask up freed, proclaimed October 16th to October 23rd as mask up Florida weak to prevent the spread of covert 19. The state's unemployment rate is up. The Department of Economic Opportunity says the jobless rate rose to 7.6% last month. Up from August revised rate of 7.3% with Florida's news. I'm John Conrad..

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AP News

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"7.3%" Discussed on AP News

"AP News I met Donahue White House says President Trump's younger brother is in a hospital in New York The AP Shelly Adler has the story. While the White House did not immediately released details about why Robert Trump is in the hospital, a spokesman did say that he was seriously ill. Judge Dear adds that the president is expected to visit his 72 year old brother at the Manhattan hospital today. Trump was already scheduled to head to his property in bed. Mr New Jersey Robert Trump recently filed a lawsuit on behalf of the Trump family seeking to stop publication of a Tell All book by the president's niece, Mary, titled Too much and never enough. Shelly ANTLER Washington A former FBI lawyer, Kevin Kline, Smith, is expected to plead guilty to making a false statement in an investigation of ties between Russia and the 2016 Trump campaign client. Smith's attorney says it's related to the altering of a government email about a former Trump campaign adviser who was a target of FBI surveillance. This investigation is being done by the U. S attorney in Connecticut today. In Delaware. This official official Joe Biden and Kamala Harris signed required documents for receiving the Democratic nomination for president and vice president start by signing Delaware Senator's gonna sign California. And then you guys even down the real work and get all the states and territories. The mayor of Minneapolis, Jacob Fry, announced plans to hold open 100 police officer positions next year. As part of a hiring freeze. The department has come under intense pressure to change in the wake of George Floyd's death. Georgia Supreme Court is deciding whether three sheriff's deputies should be immune from prosecution and a 2017 death of a black man who authorities repeatedly shot with a stun gun. Three women in Louisiana are accused of assaulting a teenage restaurant hostess because they were upset They couldn't all be seated together because of Corona virus Distancing rules. This is AP News Productivity posted its biggest gain in 11 years. The Labor Department says productivity jumped 7.3% in the second quarter, the biggest games since 2009. The increase occurred. It's the number of hours work decreased by 43% the biggest drop on record and output was down nearly 39% the biggest decline ever recorded. It's the Corona virus pandemic caused economic damage throughout the country. Productivity is defined as the amount of output per hour of work. And it's a key to increasing living standards. Economists believe the pandemic will likely hinder productivity in coming quarters. My company, the Chicago Bulls fired coach Jim Boylan, the team missed the playoffs again. The Bulls finished 22 43 this season, and we're one of the eight teams that didn't qualify for the NBA's restart and won't Disneyworld. Boylan was a longtime assistant, and this was his first head coaching job. I met Donahue. AP News. While the White House did not immediately released details about why Robert Trump is in the hospital, a spokesman did say that he was seriously ill. Judge Dear adds that the president is expected to visit his 72 year old brother at the Manhattan hospital today. Trump was already scheduled to head to his property in bed. Mr New Jersey Robert Trump recently filed a lawsuit on behalf of the Trump family seeking to stop publication of a Tell All book by the president's niece, Mary, titled Too much and never enough. Shelly Antler Washington President. Trump's younger brother, has been hospitalized in New York. While the White House did not immediately released details about why Robert Trump is in the hospital. A spokesman did say that he was seriously ill judged dear adds that the president is expected to visit his 72 year old brother at the Manhattan hospital Today, Trump was already scheduled to head to his property in bed. Mr New Jersey, Robert Trump recently filed a lawsuit on behalf of the Trump family seeking to stop publication of a Tell All book by the president's niece, Mary, titled Too much and never enough. Shelly Adler, Washington Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Hey,.

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AP News

11:42 min | 1 year ago

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"U. S. productivity is posted its biggest gain in 11 years the labor department says productivity jumped 7.3 percent in the second quarter the biggest gain since 2009 the increase occurred as the number of hours worked decreased by 43 percent the biggest drop on record and output was down nearly 39 percent the biggest decline ever recorded as the corona virus pandemic caused economic damage throughout the country productivity is defined as the amount of output per hour of work and it's a key to increasing living standards I kind of miss believe the pandemic will likely hinder productivity in coming quarters hi my company

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AP News

11:42 min | 1 year ago

"7.3%" Discussed on AP News

"U. S. productivity is posted its biggest gain in 11 years the labor department says productivity jumped 7.3 percent in the second quarter the biggest gain since 2009 the increase occurred as the number of hours worked decreased by 43 percent the biggest drop on record and output was down nearly 39 percent the biggest decline ever recorded as the corona virus pandemic caused economic damage throughout the country productivity is defined as the amount of output per hour of work and it's a key to increasing living standards I kind of miss believe the pandemic will likely hinder productivity in coming quarters hi my company

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"7.3%" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

08:51 min | 1 year ago

"7.3%" Discussed on The Big Story

"In Madrid and France and the UK and in New York is our issues are going to collapse because the legs baked into this disease. System are such that by imposing social distancing today you impact today's transmissions which aren't gonNA show up in the ICU for another three weeks. Which means you have a full three weeks worth of transmissions and exponential growth coming at your ICU. That's how you wind up with mass graves and thousand deaths today kind of scenarios like many cities have experienced so we anticipated and we were writing at the time of people's social social distance. And this works. We're GONNA be criticized posed Hawk for telling people that they needed to act over catastrophe. Catastrophe won't happen. And then people will say you overreacted. So that was entirely anticipated. Indeed I think we have that in an article. We put in the Globe and Mail in in mid March. That people are going to hate on us for saying how you big dummies. We did all this close down society and then nothing happened but to be frank. I mean that's sort of version of 'cause -ality is very familiar to us in public health. We get it from ANTIBAC- ser who say why are we vaccinating? There's no measles get it from you. Know The unpasteurised milk partisans who say why. Are you pasteurizing milk? Nobody gets bovine tuberculosis. Russillo sus anymore. You know there's this version of which is very familiar in public health. So you expect that to come in terms of modeling. What is and I'm not asking you to make any predictions but what is the next thing. We could be wrong about. Like what are we still trying to figure out and making assumptions about that? We just don't know there are a couple of things one is. Interestingly there does seem to be a bit of a north south gradient severity of this thing more than I expected so southern Italy seems to be hit less hard than northern Italy despite having an older population because young people go north. Florida has less hard. Hit so far the US Northeast which I wouldn't have expected given the The older population in in in Florida. So I think something that I may yet be wrong on. relates to the impact of seasonality on this virus environmental conditions. Uv radiation humidity warmth. We may get more of a break than I'm expecting over the summer. But you know time will tell we shall see. I. I think we're going to screw up either us or others GONNA screw up. Predictably in the coming weeks in terms of trying to rush standing down from physical distancing I think there's a lot of pent-up psychological economic pressure to declare victory and get back to life as normal and I don't know who it will be whether it'll be us in Ontario. It'll be someone we'll rush that too much in without having sufficient infrastructure in place to really know what's going on in the community and will wind up in kind of a New York or in Italy situation either over the summer or next fall. Pretty sure that's coming. I hope it's not us in Ontario. Hope it's not anyone but I think it'll be someone. I think that the the issue of fum possibly taking away physical distancing too fast speaks to the importance of really good surveillance and I think that has to be the next project you know so far. We've been pretty good at finding this in places. Where does a lot of damage looking in you know sick? People were hospitalized in finding the virus looking in nursing homes where people are dying and finding virus. I think what we're going to have to do in the coming weeks. Get a lot better at looking for this out in the wider community. What would that look like to to go and test? People are people going to come to my house and test me. Will I be told to show up at a testing site? Like what does it look like as we try to do that? Surveillance in reopened my best bet. I think we can do it in a couple of different ways in in in. Here's here's my current top three and then I'll add in a fourth one. That's weird just cause I think you're you're an appreciative audience for the weird stuff. That's why so fun to talk to you So so I think probably if I it's channel bare naked ladies if I had a million dollars or let's say several hundred million dollars a lot of political power. What would I do? My surveillance? Regimen would be walmart parking lot surveillance not to single at Walmart but somewhere where there's big box stores in. A broad cross section of Canadian society goes there as a destination to buy stuff. Because that's where you can get lots of different people from lots of Lots of lots of socioeconomic groups male female young old. What what have you and right now. It would be particularly easy because people are lined up to get into the stores. But you can still do this in a parking lot. You could swab say every tenth person going into the Walmart in your in in one one neighborhood you could pull those swabs so that you save on reagents the chemicals. We used to do the testing and you could look at. What percentage of these pools around Toronto around on -Tario around Canada? What percentage of pools in different parts of the country are turning up positive for the virus? So that would be a good way with sort of broad geographic range. Their ethical issues with one wanted to say were protesting ten pulled swabs. I don't necessarily know which of those ten people testing positive for covert. Maybe maybe some folks say you really do need to know because they could be at risk for getting quite sick so I think you would WanNa have the lawyers look at that one but that would be one way to get broad coverage across the country in a in a minimally invasive and intrusive way when people are going out anyway another possibility which. I think we should be doing anyway. Were not doing universally. I think it's a mistake is hospital. Admission screening anyone. Who's going into a hospital whether you fell down the stairs and broke your leg whether stroke whether you know whatever reason for going into the hospital whether you having a baby you get swabbed and we look for. Ovid both to protect you. And to protect the other patients healthcare workers who can encounter but also as an index of. How much of the stuff is out there in the community? A you know if you're coming in for a car accident you not coming in. Because you have new lung disease that could be coveted so if we test a lot of those folks that's GonNa give us an indirect index of. How much of the stuff is there in the in the wide world the third big group of of the third big resource in terms of surveillance is making use of existing research? Cohorts that are out there. Wanting sample here in Toronto is something called project target kids. There are thousand families in Toronto who've agreed to be part of ongoing the Health Research. Study and those folks are willing to get swapped cove in one one grownup and one kid per household per week. That gives you especially if we are. We reopen schools. Have kids are open playgrounds? That helps us both. Know what disease activity looks like in young grownups. The parents but also very importantly in the kids who don't seem to get sick from this but may be important transmitters of this virus. I say maybe because we don't know because no one's really doing much research on kids will also probably see a lot more testing related to serology to immunity to prevalence of antibody how commonly people if you take their blood. How commonly do they have evidence that they were infected in covered Donau Immune? That's another way for us to basically recalibrate or models to how far along into this epidemic are we and it also has the potential to allow us to identify immune. Cohorts may be safe to work. If we have lots of immune healthcare workers those folks can probably work in the ICU with a fair. Bit of peace of mind. They've already been infected another immune. They're not GONNA get it in there also not gonNA pass it on to their patients at least in the near future and then just to just to just to get into the weird stuff because it's fun bet sewage of folks in in the. Us have been using this. And I'm aware of an effort in Germany. Just starting up corona viruses seem to get there are nate comes out in. Our poop goes into the sewers and so folks have shown that you can actually quantitative amount of virus to in sewage and it's a pretty good indicator of how much disease activity you have in your community. It's kind of like the parking lot surveillance.

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AP News

08:36 min | 1 year ago

"7.3%" Discussed on AP News

"The commerce department says new single family houses sold at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $719000 last month so far this year new home sales have gone up just under 10 percent the steady decline in mortgage rates is a big reason behind that increase but prices keep rising as the result of construction lagging demand the medium new home sales price was up 7.3 percent from a year ago at some $330000 sure we have lower Washington

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"7.3%" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"7.3%" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"First time Miranda has played Hamilton in two years la- cruise ship on its way back to Florida. After nearly three hundred people were hit by an outbreak of norovirus. We get more from CBS's Peter King in Orlando. The ship is returning to port Canaveral tomorrow a day early after nearly three hundred passengers and crew members were hit by the stomach virus stopped in Jamaica. Passengers say there were kept aboard as a precaution. Royal Caribbean says the early return gives them more time to sanitize the ship before it sails again passengers getting full refunds in Vermont man tells the Orlando Sentinel it was still better than freezing up north Peter King CBS news, Orlando health officials warning that the flu season is still far from over the CDC here in Atlanta for the first time. Is releasing information on how many people have gotten sick during the flu season? They usually release that information at the end of the season. The CDC's Alicia fry tells me a lot of people are sick right now we're well into the flu season now. And the point we estimate that there have been six to seven million flu illnesses as many as eighty four thousand people ended up in the hospital, so far she says flu season still has at least several weeks before it's over Sabrina cupid for CBS news Atlanta when it comes to staying healthy. We've got some news from some real experts officials from the egg nutrition centres say, although many Americans believe they should avoid eggs, due to their cholesterol content are in fact pack with essential vitamins and minerals, registered dietitian. Katie. Hey, says a single large ache contained six grams of high quality protein and all nine essential amino acids, as well as thirteen other essential minerals, which is also urging people not to toss their yoke because it has the stuff that's most important for healthy, bones, and optimal brain function later in life. Four fifty three time for a check of traffic.

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"7.3%" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"7.3%" Discussed on WTVN

"Thank you. Joe? Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. So we're getting a little more word from the CDC. How we shaping up this flu season so far? Well, I tell you we're we're really ramping up now. Unfortunately, flu season, always assign. We are entering the depths of winter. And that's what's going on now. But the good news is it doesn't look like it's going to be as bad as last year when we just had a an horrific flu season with. Almost eighty thousand people dying nationwide because flu and its complications. And almost a million people hospitalized as well. A little bit later start to the flu season. But the last couple of weeks Joel it has really ramped up with a number of flu cases nationwide. Almost doubling so right now across the country wide spread flu activity reported in twenty four states, and there have been thirteen pediatric deaths. Many of those not back Sonate. But in Ohio right now, we're seeing some regional activity northeast Ohio is the hardest hit thus far. But again, it is really being beginning to pick up steam now, and there is still time to get that vaccination. If you want to I in one of the good news items here is that it appears that the scientists who try to predict what the following seasons strains will be when they work on the vaccine have hit it pretty good. Because what we're seeing so far is to variants of these wine flu h one n one and h three and two and those are the ones that are included in. Most of the vaccines is here. So it looks like the vaccine should be effective. And you do still have time to get it. Yeah. I know it seems like every time I have a touch with any healthcare professional. It's always I cave. You had the flu shot. Do you want the flu shot for me? It's always wash my hands a little bit more than normal, and it seems to work out. Okay. But when Bill when you talk about the CDC is there, any new guidance at all, or is it still the very young the very old, and you know, just if you feel ill, stay home. So you don't spread it around. Yeah. That's it. And you mentioned it the washing the hands has big. But their big thing is yet get the vaccination because most of the people who have serious complications are the young and the old, and it should be mentioned that there are versions of the vaccine now Joel that are specifically designed for those sixty five and above. It's a little bit of a higher dose. So ask about that. If you go to your doctor also people might say, hey, I can't get the vaccine I'm allergic to eggs because it is an egg-based vaccine while there is now an egg free version. So those people can get. And there's a nasal spray that if you're somehow averse to getting an injection others. A nasal spray version, and suppose you do end up coming down with the flu after all this. Well, there's a new drug out there recently approved by the FDA, it's called Florida. So, but it may be tough to get as we get into the to the height of flu season here. But keep that in mind and make sure you pronounce that. Right. You don't wanna get Zo floozy you want Zo flus up. Yeah. That's a whole different thing. Whole different thing. Bill. Great. And you say it's starting to pop in the northeast is there any sense of how these things travel or since you know, we're kind of settled down after everybody going here and there for the holidays that maybe it'll kind of concentrate and then then go away. Well, I, you know, usually, we don't hit the peak until February because what happens is. Yeah. A lot of people traveling around the holidays may have spread it then they're back home. Now, a lot of people staying indoors because of the weather. That's how it spreads. I would look forward to to spread rapidly throughout the state. I got you will keep people up to date Bill. Thanks for the effort. Got traffic and weather for you here in just one quick minute for so let's get into the newsroom, Scott Jennings. Joins us live with an update. Well, Joel Ohio governor elect Mike dewine says his Lieutenant governor John Huston lead a new state agency in his capacity leading innovators, Ohio, John will work across state government with each cabinet agency working with each cabinet agency to create an innovative and more efficient state government. You stay will also be in charge of.

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"7.3%" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"7.3%" Discussed on KOMO

"Van Cise. Our editor. I'm Tom hutler with these stories a hearse carrying Nevada southern California sheriff's deputy killed in a mass shooting has arrived at the Ventura County medical examiner's office thousand stood along the route or pulled over a long US. What a one today as a long motorcade, escorted the body of sergeant Ron Hillis, some twenty five miles from a hospital in Thousand Oaks to the corners facility in Ventura after twelve people were killed at a shooting at a bar in California last night, helix responding was shot in the gunfire. Stacey Abrams campaign says it will continue to fight to get all outstanding votes. Counted in Georgia governor's race and won't accept former secretary of state Brian Kemp declaration of victory at a news conference today Abrahams campaign manager Allegra Lawrence hardy, said the campaign demands that the secretary of state's office release all the data all the numbers, and they need to count every single vote. Komo news time. Eleven forty six most of the country, the midterm elections were over and done with Tuesday. But not so in Georgia as we hear more of that story about Stacey Abrams with ABC's. Pete combs, Brian Kemp met with outgoing governor Nathan deal to begin the process of moving into the governor's matching himself, but we're in court still dealing with a lot of these quite honestly ridiculous lawsuits. Appearing before reporters with her legal team Abrahams campaign manager, Lauren grow war. Go vow defied on we are not stopping until we are confident that every vote has been counted Abrahams lawyers already filed one lawsuit to that end and promise more to come. Pete combs ABC news Atlanta before the midterms on Tuesday. It seemed impossible to escape all the political ads, especially on TV. But all those ads brought in billions of dollars for major media conglomerates reporting on this in the Washington Post is entertainment business reporter Steve giants Zaid chicken, Steve when we say media conglomerates, what are we talking about here? We're really talking about companies that provide. Much of our content Disney. Comcast CBS TV four film. These guys are very into the TV local TV and they received the money from that. We also that money how much cash are we talking about? And but but one pretty reliable company that he'd been going with this company Burrell associates. Include would includes the Naylor's everything else that you'd but. Estimated over four billion dollars so on territory, particularly and as you report, this is somewhat unexpected as far as this influx of ad revenue for those companies do they have plans to invest that. They're they're constantly looking for new ways to narrow win as many. There's no cord cutting is going on up and putting impossible to turn on revenue seeing some people taking their cable package. Have we're talking about CBS and Comcast each taking in almost four million dollars to suddenly have that kind of money is a real in fault. I think they're really looking to compete with puts the Woolwich are. Oh. Themselves. Very good article. And well worth a read those political ads you've been complaining about they could soon gussied up your favorite TV show. That's I check business reporter for the Washington Post read it at Washington Post dot com. The SUV used in the kidnapping of a North Carolina teenager has been found, but she is still missing Tanya algae was last seen Monday outside her home in Lumberton North Carolina waiting for relatives to take her to school. That's already say a man wearing all black and a yellow bandanna covering his face force the girl into an SUV belonging to a member of her family. Spanish, speaking neighbor, frantically called nine one one saying a man. A child in the car. Also girl overnight the FBI released new surveillance video of the stolen SUV taken within minutes after the alleged kidnapping investigators are now calling on the public to help in the manhunt asking residents with surveillance cameras for assistance base pitches. Help us, but we need evidence to find SUV police are now canvassing the missing teens neighborhood questioning local residents the area now on edge. Neighborhoods terrified. Meanwhile, the missing teens family is anxiously waiting for any word on her whereabouts Honda's mothers saying in a statement. I am here waiting for you. I love you. And I only care about you. And I don't have anything against whoever did this to you. I just want you back her on saying. Just want her to come back. We don't know why he did that to her ABC's. Linsey Davis propel insurance business update time. Here's your money. Now. Suffering a handset sales slide Samsung has revealed a foldable screen smartphone that folds like a book and opens up to tablets size. Samsung says the phone which is seven point three inches when opened would be ready for mass production in the coming months. It boasts a second smaller display on the outside which is called a cover window allowing users to check emails and perform basic tasks when closed New Jersey-based destination maternity plans to close one hundred seventeen locations over the next several months as part of an overall plan to close as many as two hundred eighty unprofitable stores over the next four years. The maternity clothing retailer says it expects to shudder another forty two to sixty seven stores in fiscal two thousand nineteen it's all part of a plan to right size it ship and prune oversaturated markets. I'm Jennifer Kushinka with your money now, we've been mixed most of the day. The Dow has succumbed to the negative numbers that has now down seventy one and a half the NASDAQ's sixty one and a half the five hundred down fifteen and a.

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Global News Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"7.3%" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"These sanctions coming into effect today linked to a US law, could the the chemical and biological weapons control them, warfare limitation act and under that law once America's determined that foreign power has used chemical weapons in violation of international law. This act the CBW at kicks in and sanctions are imposed on that country. Since America has determined that Russia used a chemical weapon, a nerve agents to attack the scruples in in Salisbury, we get the sanctions. So this this first wave of sanctions that come into effect. I think they'll have a limited effect on the economy with to hear about a ban on exports to Russia of sensitive technologies sensitive in terms of America's national security. So things like gas turbine engines, some Sean ICs, integrated circuits, things like that. And there are already. Some restrictions on exporting. These and some exceptions will be made to the ban in the areas of space and aviation security. Steve Rosenberg, apocryphal earthquake that hit Venezuela on Tuesday has left a landmark skyscraper in the capital Caracas leaning precariously to one side, the top find flaws of the abandoned forty, five story building nightly as the tower of David have been pushed sideways. There are remarkably few reports of serious damage or casualties, but it coincides with the country's worst financial crisis. In recent times, the government is hoping its new currency will tackle runaway inflation, but citizens are still leaving in droves for other Latin American countries. Columbia is the country that's received the most migrants more than a million in the past fifteen months, South America correspondent Katie Watson reports from Kuta on the Colombia, Venezuela border..

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