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"745,000 people" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:54 min | 2 months ago

"745,000 people" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Hey, wakey! Oh, wait. Here's what's happening now and the airlines they're saying we're getting too fat. The airlines the airlines. They're saying we're getting too fat and that there may be a time where we have to start weighing in before we step on a plane. Because we might be weighing it down too much. Yes, Some airlines, especially like small airplanes have to have estimates on how much each plane is caring for safety. It's common with Helicopters and small planes. I didn't know though they were thinking about doing this for commercial airliners. So they're saying right now that the average dude, this is just the average is around £190 with one carry on. Well, I could tell you right now I am £190. I don't think anybody in this room is £190. Then you factor in our luggage in the carry ons. Would it be embarrassing for you? Or would you be down to weigh in before you got on the plane? Giant scale like they have at the circus corner or the carnival lights start going off Once you past a certain point, there's a huge number of top of scoreboard where everybody could see how much you weighed. Zam Becky Push two bills there, sweetie. It's not humiliating enough already at the airport, getting felt up by these cretins taking your shoes off Hell, I'm sure there are people out there that would love to give you a cove in test Right now, there's probably been some advocacy for nasal swabs. Alan basing their doing anal swabs of the airport before you get on, right? I get off. You come back from Beijing where they've given you an anal swab. I don't think stepping on the scale was really gonna shake you to my I don't see this happening at all. Um, step on a big mama. Let's see what we wear their man to put you in the back of the plane. Somebody put large margin Coach will have room appear in first class for people like her, Uh, Have you ever heard the expression a little hard work never killed anybody. You heard that right? Sure. A new study found out that hard work kills people. How many 745,000 people a year do A new study has found that working long hours kills about 745,000 people a year. That's a 29% increase from 16 years ago. Researchers at the World Health Organization who have such an amazing track record and absolutely no corruption. Um they are partnered with the International labor Organization and they say the amount of people that die from strokes and heart disease and all type of things stress rests on the job. It's because they're working too many hours. I definitely believe that I mean I definitely think it could be a contributor. But, man like Dad, both my dad, my biologic. No, dad. My my step. Dad worked their fingers to the bone until they retired. My dad was a train engineer for CSX for 30. Plus years, my dad at his own business. I mean, he Was 12 hour. 15 hour days would go to work. I mean, he's the one that you got the flu, right and you would still be going to work. He's that kind of guys like no matter what, how sick he was. They didn't have a choice. He didn't show up. He's still living. And he kind of instilled some of that in me. Except for the show enough to win your sick part, right? I don't completely went 1 80 on that. Sorry. I think the whole country has basically now but there used to be a time in this country where you went to work sick, right? Yeah. I mean, there was there was a time in this country where you were going to work sick. I don't keep you have the flu or a fever. You're coming to work. You'll get fired, right? It's kind of funny how that's changed. But I definitely could see how somebody like with a stressful job. Police. I've law enforcement for that matter, right? You got people ripping you on social media, political figures ripping you on television. You have to wear a bulletproof vest. When you go to work, then you don't get any support by your mayor. That sucks. I can get how you'd be stressed out because that absolutely When we come back, we have an update to a story we had last week in regards to an auction and then we're going to speak about Hall of Fame. Think about that. We'll talk about it next. Okay,.

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"745,000 people" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:08 min | 2 months ago

"745,000 people" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Hundreds of jobs for students, and these positions will allow them to not just earn a paycheck will provide the flexibility to support their higher education ambitions. L. A school district, says 3000 Fewer graduates moved on to college last year during the pandemic, mostly in low income neighborhoods where students say they're skipping college because they have to support their family in L. A. Corbin Carson Kay. If I knew the median price of an existing single family home in the area is gone up to $725,000 for April. That's an increase of $45,000. From just a month ago. That near is a spike across California that brought the states took state's median price above the 800,000 mark for the first time. Local officials have praised Governor Newsome's nearly $455 million proposal to help clean up after the closed Excite Battery recycling plant in Vernon. Toxic chemicals from the plant allegedly leaked into more than 10,000 properties before the site was shut down. In 2015, the money in the government's budget would go toward cleaning properties, parkways and parks polluted by the plant. A date's been set in the manslaughter trial of a former police officer. Accused of killing a black man in the Minneapolis area. Kim Potter, who's White is set to go on trial December 6th or former chief claims Potter meant to use her Taser on Dante right during a traffic stop last month, but instead grabbed her gun. Resident bite is announced. The U. S will share millions of doses of the AstraZeneca covert vaccine for two with other countries. At least 20 million doses should go up by the end of next month. Another 60 million by July 4th. He says. Doses of Fizer modern and Johnson and Johnson vaccines will also be shared as they become available. Why the White House says President Biden has spoken with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and expressed support for a ceasefire in the fighting between Israel and Hamas. The party's been going on for eight days now and working long hours really might kill you. That's according to a new Study from the World Health Organization. The W. H O looked at the loss of life associated with longer working hours for people from around the world and found 745,000 people died from stroke and heart disease related with longer hours in 2016, which is up 30% from the year. 2000, the director of the WH Ose Department of Environment, Climate Change in Health says. This study shows working 55 hours or more per week is a serious health hazard. The director hopes this new data.

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"745,000 people" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:50 min | 2 months ago

"745,000 people" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Associated with longer working hours for people from around the world and found 745,000 people died from stroke and heart disease related with longer hours in 2016, which is up 30% from the year. 2000, the director of the WH Ose Department of Environment, Climate Change in Health, says this study shows working 55 hours or more per week is a serious health hazard. The director hopes this new data will lead to more protection of workers. Jennifer Jones Lee Ko Phi News. It is slow on the 605 in industry. This is the South bound side loading up away from Peck Road to Lai's taking You ahead all the way to the five. Now let's head out to Serie Does With Mike O'Brien KF Eye in the sky sponsored by injury. Attorney Superwoman Super Lawyer calm Well, you have the problems on the other side of the fence out this way. It's the 65 North bound at South Street. They are just clearing over the right shoulder. Little problems Still in the right lane. It looks like just a stall there. But for the most part the rex to the shoulder, still taking it on the chin back to the four old five. The only good news is beyond this up through wittier. What had been a pretty slow drive is actually loosened up quite a bit. Now, If you're heading out the 91 westbound out of Orange County into L, a county. We had a big problem there it karma needed that just cleared a few minutes ago. Still in recovery mode back through forwards into about you quitting. Injured in an accident visit Superwoman Super Lawyer calm Mike O'Brien KF high in the sky. Also on that West 91 in Corona west, and he went to the 71 north. A crash involving a big rig right lane is blocked right at the south End of the 71. This is backing up the 91 westbound from the 15 and the 71 south bound from Pine Avenue. Hey, A pie in the sky helps get you there faster. I'm Angel Martinez. You have fed up with California. Almost people call starting half the fires. In Los.

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"745,000 people" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:30 min | 2 months ago

"745,000 people" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Have every single doctor I know. Helping You know to to collaborate to save this woman's life. They got her off. She's now alive and well on awake and in rehab and probably going home in a week. And I'm like, Thank you. God. Thank you. Jesus, that this woman's okay? And I can't tell you how many other people have helped. You know what the most frustrating thing is? Is that the average state and I bet I'm betting like, for example, your oxygen has to almost be below 90 before you can even get admitted to a hospital in New York. Did you know that? I didn't know that. But I'm it's about close to that here. Okay now, did you And how many weeks was it really bad for you? Let me tell you after 10 days I was exactly in my temperature was down a degree, but I was I felt exactly the same as I did on day one. And let me tell you I had called every probably 3 to 4 days. Taking the place where I was diagnosed it to please give me something. I mean, it was sugar water. Give me something to give me some kind of hope, you know. And finally, on day 10. I finally called and said Hey, let me tell you the story, though. By the way, nobody nobody recommended Regeneron to you. Nobody. No, no, listen to this. This is even better. This is what I was told. Each day that I called and I feel like I got on somebody's nerve. But anyway, I did it anyway. But I was told every day take Tylenol every 2 to 4 hours and let it run its course. But it got better. By day, six or eight. I was told this take talent on every 2 to 4 hours and let it run 67 and eight is when it goes to your lungs. That's probably the most dangerous time. Generally speaking, that is usually been the pattern that I've seen play out. This is what the CDC recommended and that also take two Tylenol. That's not gonna help you. It will help you with your temperature. That's it. Yeah, This is what the best part was. Go ahead and drink some Nike will you can it will knock you out. You can't be sick while you're sleeping, so I was just I was blown away. I took a lot of heat. And I'm not a doctor. I mean, everyone's pushing me highly. Do you need to tell everybody to get vaccinated? I'm like I'm not a doctor. I'm not gonna play one on radio and TV. I'm I am asking my audience to take it seriously as hell. To read and to research on your own, which everybody is capable of doing the There's a wealth of material all over the Internet. Read it. It's important. There is not a game. It's your It's your life. It's a you know, you have older people you love. You gotta protect Grandma. Grandpa. Mom and dad. Right. Okay, so well And then I would tell everybody. The next thing you need to do is you need to talk to your doctor who knows your medical condition. I don't know anybody's medical condition. Not a position to comment on their medical treatment. Whatever it is, but talk to your doctor, your doctor's medical professionals you you trust and learn about the difference in the Madonna and Fizer vaccine versus the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. But there's other things out there like Regeneron, totally underutilized and others. You know, we've had doctors and again. Pay attention to your own research. You decide. Talk about Ivor Mactan and talk about 80 Q and talk about, you know, a Z Pak and, uh, there's all sorts of of things that people were taking and regiments that they were working for doctors in the field. That we interviewed regularly. Now I'm not telling. I'm just want you to hear and then you ultimately have to talk to your doctors and decide I mean, could you imagine if I told people now of all three of the vaccines that I like the best? I like the change a shot? Why? Because it's the old fashioned method of creating a vaccine. The M armor or in a vaccines as they call them. Fizer modern, er, You know it's newer technology. Um, and even though it has a higher efficacy Has higher efficacy numbers. There's certain factors that contributed to that, like when the studies the clinical studies were taken place, But again, I can't tell anybody. What if I had told the woman 18 to 48 that was one of the 10 women. They got blood clots. Uh, what? I'm gonna get sued for practicing medicine without a license next. Well, I asked for the Hodja Corcoran shot and this is what I was told on that. It's not a shot. It's a pill. Okay, so that was told that I would not be able to get that unless I was on death's doorstep. A little late because the studies go read the Henry Ford Huh? Study or the site? Nice study, or the studies abroad is now eight or 10 of them. That all said if taken early early means the minute your diagnosis. That's what early meets. That's how you define early. The same. What I Romek did But again, I'm not telling anybody do this. I'm saying to research it. I can't believe how many people call me or just tested positive. And I'd mentioned Regeneron. They like what? What's that? Oh, my God bless her. Yeah, but had you mean I can't believe we're not doing proactive medicine of this? And that's what Dr Oz was right with medicine and politics intersect. Politics always wins. And they shut down debate. You know, if you fight with the army, you have not the one you wish you had. He also said, And in the beginning we had nothing. And then you got Daniel Wallace, the foremost expert on H C Q, saying the risk is nil. Okay, The question I then ask is what have you got to lose? When this guy's have got 250 peer reviewed articles the foremost expert has been administering a 65 or 67 year old drug, a Sikh. Or rheumatoid arthritis and Lupus and anti malarials. Okay, maybe it didn't work. But if it's if the risk is nil, meaning nil his words not mine, Then the risk is nil. And then there were two studies that were published by medical Journals that had be rescinded. In the course of that that you know, we know what that means the damage that they did. It's unbelievable. You know where general on somebody, a friend of mine that got it literally said. It's like liquid gold that within 24 hours, I'll tell you one person who it is, is Dr.

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"745,000 people" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:06 min | 2 months ago

"745,000 people" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Equipment and we have to go in there by hand and Billy goat as we call it and crawler way through these areas that are very dangerous to work at Los Angeles Fire spokesman David Ortiz report zero containment of the Palisades Fire about 1000 residents evacuate Topanga, Florida Tax collector linked to Republican Congressman Matt Gates pleads guilty today to child sex trafficking and other federal counts, Reporter Peter King says Joel Greenberg agrees to be a federal witness, possibly against Gates not mentioned in the 86 page plea agreement. He hasn't been charged, and he says he hasn't done anything wrong. The question is what Greenberg may have told prosecutors about his involvement in Gates continues America first appearances with Georgia's Marjorie Taylor Green Channel two action news reports. Green maintains dual homestead exemptions, and Floyd and Fulton County's two at once is illegal. After first telling Channel two to mind its own business. Green's office now claims the issue's been resolved. 11 year old Damon Weaver interviews then President Obama at the White House in a different matter, and this is where I'm going into you. President Obama right now I'm waiting for him to arrive. Weaver tells time he wants to be the next Wolf Blitzer. He graduates from Albany State in 2020. Weaver's died in Palm Beach County, Florida. 23 is cause of death is not disclosed. Family attended this funeral Saturday. Former Austin P Football player shows up two Falcons rookie minicamp on Lee to learn at the gate. He's not invited. Someone plays a cruel prank on want. Terry is Brian. He says he got a text purporting to be from the Falcons defensive coordinator inviting him to try out Brian Call's a hoax. Text heartbreaking The Falcons could not allow Brian in because of covert protocols. Working 55 hours or more a week can lead to an early grave. The W H o study suggests stroke and heart disease directly linked to long working hours are killing 745,000 people a year at about three quarters of the dead were middle aged or older man, Porter Vicki Barker says people in Southeast Asia and the Western Pacific are most affected. The pandemic may only worsen the toll. Just really. Spence reaches the finale of American Idol based on his performance of glory from the movie Selma Judges,.

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"745,000 people" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:12 min | 2 months ago

"745,000 people" Discussed on WTOP

"Targeting locations in the Gaza Strip. This'll weekend mark the deadliest stretch of the conflict in Israeli barrage level several homes in Gaza City, claiming at least 42 live. Israel says it's destroyed nine miles of militant tunnels and nine homes that belonged to Hamas commanders in the U. S. A pro Palestinian protests in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Top model Bella Hadid, whose father is Palestinian marched in New York City. Ah key witness in the sex scandal. Surrounding Congressman Matt Gates is scheduled to make a court appearance today. Correspondent Peter King from Orlando last month, Joel Greenberg's attorney, hinted that a plea deal could mean trouble for his clients, close friend and political ally. I'm sure Matt Gates is not feeling very comfortable today, Greenberg will formally plead guilty to six charges. The one most relevant to the gates. Investigation is child sex trafficking, Greenberg admits having paid for sex with an underage girl and introducing her to other men. Gates has not mentioned in the 86 page plea agreement. He has not been charged and says he hasn't done anything wrong. Just west of L. A. A suspected arson fire has forced hundreds of people out of their homes. The brush fires spread from Topanga Canyon into Pacific Palisades. So far, no injuries reported the murder trial of real estate heir Robert Durst is scheduled to resume today correspondent Steve Futterman with details from Los Angeles. The jury was sent home in March of last year because of the cove it pandemic. The Jurors had already heard opening statements in two days of testimony today, The judge is set to question the jurors to see if they can continue to try the case. Robert Durst is charged with murdering a close friend Susan Berman. In 2000. New findings show Hundreds of thousands of people are literally working themselves to death Every year. Your CBS is Vicki Barker. Wh o study suggests Stroke and heart disease directly linked to long working hours are killing 745,000 people a year. The study was based on Mortality figures from the year 2016. The researchers say the pandemic may have worsened that toll. Scary moments at an amusement park in Phoenix, when close to two dozen people got stuck on a roller coaster that stalled 20 FT up. We got off.

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"745,000 people" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

06:13 min | 2 months ago

"745,000 people" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Early after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned that attacks against Hamas targets would continue at full force. Local media reports say a main road and electrical lines servicing the on Lee power plant, too much of Gaza City were hit. This comes after devastating attack on Gaza over the weekend, which flattened buildings and killed more than three dozen Palestinians, including many women and Children. Meanwhile, Hamas continued launching rockets at Israel, hitting a synagogue late Sunday evening international efforts to quell some of the worst violence in years between Israel and Hamas. Have gone nowhere. Jackie Northam. NPR NEWS Jerusalem Over the weekend, supporters of Palestinians gathered in several U. S cities to demand a ceasefire. There were demonstrations in New York, Los Angeles, Boston and Atlanta, among other places. Former police officer accused in the fatal shooting of a black man in suburban Minneapolis last month, is due to appear in court today from Minnesota Public Radio Matt Separate reports Kimberly Potter is charged with manslaughter in the death of 20 year old Dante right, Potter pulled over Wright's car April 11th police say expired plates for the reason, writes. Mother says it was a dangling air freshener. Has Potter and another officer tried to arrest right on an outstanding firearms warrant. He broke free and got back in his car. Potter's heard on body camera video shouting Taser, but instead she grabs her hand gun and shoots right in the chest. The killing led to a week of protests in the suburb of Brooklyn Center Bet included violent clashes with police. Activists want Potter charged with murder, which carries a longer prison sentence than manslaughter. Potter has yet to enter a plea for NPR news. I'm Matt Sepik in Minneapolis on joint study by the World Health Organization and the International Labor Organization finds that long working hours are increasing the number of people dying from heart disease and stroke. Lisa Schlein reports from Geneva. The most recent figures from 2016 show that overworked led to a 29% increase in the deaths since 2000. The report warns. People working at least 55 hours a week are at high risk of dying from heart disease and stroke. It says. 70% of all deaths are among men teleworking under covert 19 has become the norm in many industries. This is leaving toe longer working hours as the boundaries between home and work become blurred. Health officials warn. This could lead Premature deaths. Lisa Schlein prepared that report from Geneva. You're listening to NPR news. Live from news 88 7 in Houston. I'm Kyra Buckley nearly a year after the murder of George Floyd, who spent much of his life in Houston. Ah proposed bill at the Texas Legislature Commemorating him survives on Lee in pieces, and government reporter Andrew Schneider tells us the core of the George Floyd Act is dead for the legislative session. House bills awaiting action in the Senate would provide for disciplinary action against police would bar arrests for misdemeanor traffic stops and would require corroboration of testimony by undercover officers. What's left out is any change to qualified immunity from civil suits for police? That's the cross, right? That was that was what Texans were calling for. Howard Henderson heads Texas Southern University's Center for Justice Research. You weren't going to get enough. Conservatives to support that, and that's that's the nature of politics, right? On because of that. I think you see Thies feels beings broken out on focused on one issue at a time, Henderson says, Without changes to qualified immunity, the successor Bells would do far less to hold police accountable from his conduct. I'm Andrew Schneider in Houston. Houston. Police say a tiger that went missing for nearly a week was finally found over the weekend after its alleged owner was arrested last Monday. Reporter Paul Di Benedetto tells us that the cat is now headed to a wildlife sanctuary in North Texas. Police say India, The tiger was turned in by the wife of Victor Cuevas, The cat's alleged owner. Ah viral video last week show the cat wandering the West Houston neighborhood and confronting an off duty deputy. For police say Cuevas usher the animal into an SUV and drove off India's only nine months old. But Houston police commander Ron Bores a said it already weighs £175. Work out every day. That animal was extremely powerful. If he wanted to overcome you, he could do it instantly. No doubt about it. Let's say you should not have that in your home. Cuevas was picked up Monday afternoon for evading arrest. He had been out on a $125,000 bond for a previous murder charge. His lawyer has said. He does not own the cat. India was sent to live at the Cleveland Armory Black Beauty Ranch about three hours north of the city. Paul, the Benedetto in Houston. More than 650, refinery workers and Beaumont remain locked out of a job. Even after Union representatives and Exxon Mobil met last week, the oil major offered an updated contract with 1.5% pay increase for this year. Beaumont Enterprise reports. Union workers are concerned with changes to seniority at the facility and are asking for continued job security. Last week's meeting was the first since the lockout started on May 1st. The union told the enterprise they were not yet ready to comment on the new offer. Meanwhile, workers continue to picket outside of the refinery employees locked out of work due to a labor dispute often qualify for unemployment benefits. Showers and thunderstorms likely today with highs in the eighties. I'm Kyra Buckley News 88 7 Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include ex chair maker of the ex to Home office chair with a dynamic variable lumbar support and 10 ergonomic adjustments. Donating to Gladstone Research Institute to fight covert 19 at x chair dot com. It's morning edition from NPR News..

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"745,000 people" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:32 min | 2 months ago

"745,000 people" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And Republicans agreed on a commission to investigate the January 6th attack on the U. S Capitol. I'm Rachel Martin, and I'm Steve Inskeep can a commission of 10, exactly divided between the parties agree on the truth Also was, the pandemic eases our single people ready to resume dating in person? And we announced the winners of the NPR student podcast Challenge. It's Monday, May 17th the anniversary of the first Kentucky Derby, Air STD's one in 18 75 and a victory that has yet to be overturned. The news is next. Life from NPR News on Korver. Coleman. Israeli warplanes pounded targets in Gaza City early today. The battle between Palestinian Hamas fighters and Israel has entered its second week as NPR's Jackie Northam reports from Jerusalem. International Pressure is mounting for a cease fire. Israel began launching dozens of airstrikes in Gaza shortly after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Warned that attacks against Hamas targets would continue at full force. Local media reports say a main road and electrical lines servicing the on Lee power plant, too much of Gaza City were hit. This comes after devastating attack on Gaza over the weekend, which flattened buildings and killed more than three dozen Palestinians, including many women and Children. Meanwhile, Hamas continued launching rockets at Israel hitting a synagogue late Sunday evening. International efforts to quell some of the worst violence in years between Israel and Hamas have gone nowhere. Jackie Northam. NPR NEWS Jerusalem Over the weekend, supporters of Palestinians gathered in several U. S cities to demand a ceasefire. There were demonstrations in New York, Los Angeles, Boston and Atlanta, among other places. Former police officer accused in the fatal shooting of a black man in suburban Minneapolis last month, is due to appear in court today from Minnesota Public Radio Matt Separate reports Kimberly Potter is charged with manslaughter in the death of 20 year old Dante right, Potter pulled over Wright's car April 11th police say expired plates for the reason, writes. Mother says it was a dangling air freshener. Has Potter and another officer tried to arrest right on an outstanding firearms warrant. He broke free and got back in his car. Potter's heard on body camera video shouting Taser, but instead she grabs her hand gun and shoots right in the chest. Killing led to a week of protests in the suburb of Brooklyn Center. Bet included violent clashes with police activists want Potter charged with murder, which carries a longer prison sentence than manslaughter. Potter has yet to enter a plea. For NPR News. I'm Matt Sepik in Minneapolis on joint study by the World Health Organization and the International Labor Organization finds that long working hours are increasing the number of people dying from heart disease and stroke. Lisa Schlein reports from Geneva. The most recent figures from 2016 show that overworked led to a 29% increase in the deaths since 2000. The report warns. People working at least 55 hours a week are at high risk of dying from heart disease and stroke. It says. 70% of all deaths are among men teleworking under covert 19 has become the norm in many industries. This is leading to longer working hours as the boundaries between home and work become blurred. Health officials warn. This could lead to premature deaths. Lisa Schlein prepared that report from Geneva. You're listening to NPR news. Los Angeles County Fire Department has sent arson investigators to look at a new wildfire. The Palisades fire has burned about 1300 acres in the mountains northwest of Los Angeles. None of it's contained. About 1000 residents have been told to evacuate, too. People have been questioned about the fire. At least 12 people have been killed as a powerful cyclone turns off India's west Coast. NPR's Lauren Frayer reports from Mumbai where Cove in 19 patients are being evacuated to higher ground about 150,000 people have been evacuated from low lying areas along India's Arabian Sea coast. Cyclone. Tati is now a very severe cyclonic storm and India's Meteorological Department says it's expected to intensify. It's carrying wind gusts of more than 100 miles an hour and 25 ft waves. Vaccinations have been suspended in Mumbai and to the north and the Indian state of Gujarat and train service has been canceled. Electricity has been out in the state of Goa authorities are trying to ensure a backup power supply to industrial plants, generating medical oxygen for covert patients. Storm is expected to make landfall late Monday or early Tuesday. Lauren Frayer NPR News Mumbai, This year's Miss Universe winner has been crowned Andrea Mason of Mexico. The pageant was also the scene this year of political statements. The contestant representing me and Martin to czar went. The win gave a video message about the military junta that seized power in her country. She warned the troops are killing her people every day, and she urged others to speak out about it. I'm corporate Coleman NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include ex chair maker of the ex to Home Office chair with the dynamic variable lumbar support and 10 ergonomic adjustments. Donating to Gladstone Research Institute to fight covert 19 at X chair dot com. Six minutes after three o'clock. Good morning. I'm Jean Marie Ahead on morning edition. Many Americans are baring their faces in public again following the CDC recommendation that fully vaccinated people don't need to wear masks and most settings. But there are critics who say it's too soon we'll hear more in just a minute. Also, President Biden's nuclear North Korea policy falls between the deal making of his predecessor and the strategic patience of the Obama administration. We'll take a closer look at what it means. This morning on KQED News. San Quentin State Prison is still recovering from a massive coded 19 outbreak last year. Ah, hearing about that incident is starting today, and it's expected to include testimonies for men inside the prison. Brian what gets the latest also Governor Newsome's latest budget proposal would help communities adapt to warming temperatures hear those stories this morning at 6.

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"745,000 people" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

06:44 min | 2 months ago

"745,000 people" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Hard talk after the news. Hello. I'm Justin Green with the BBC News. Israel has continued to bomb Gaza and Palestinian militants have fired more rockets at Israeli secret cities as the conflict enters a second week. Israeli military senator destroyed 15 kilometers of tunnels used by Hamas, as well as destroying the homes of nine Hamas commanders. So how exactly is the International Red Cross spokesperson in Gaza There is massive destruction damages to the infrastructure roads, roads to main services has been obstructed broads to hospitals. Impacted water electricity impacted on on top of all that the loss of life the human coast off this escalation, both sides. Thailand has registered its highest daily total of new Corona virus infections since the pandemic began, most of them among prisoners. The country had reported relatively few infections until last month. Or Baker reports. This latest surge of the virus, which spread from upmarket nightclubs and department stores in Bangkok last month, is now rampant in a number of the country's notoriously overcrowded jails. More than 9600 new cases have been reported to De. The majority of those infections are in prisons. Officials were forced to admit the covert 19 clusters in jails after young activists have been awaiting trial on charges off the seeming the monarchy tested positive for covered 19. Kovacs scheme, which was set up to help poor countries get equal access to Corona virus vaccines is 140 million doses short because of a surgeon cases in India. UNICEF has called on rich countries to donate their excess supplies to help make up the shortfall. The World Health Organization and the International Labor Organization have warned that long working hours of contributing to hundreds of thousands of premature deaths every year. They warned that with many people working from home because of the pandemic, the lines between work and free time have become blood. Image in folks reports from Geneva. The study looked at health risks for people working 55 hours a week or more and found a 35% higher biscuit stroke under 17% higher risk of heart disease. Men are more vulnerable than women. The Asia Pacific, including Japan, Australia and China, is the worst affected region, the statistics date from before the covert 19 pandemic. But the World Health Organization warns the trend towards longer hours is increasing. Independent candidates in Chile have won the largest share of the seats on the body that will write a new constitution. President Sebastian Pinera, who leaves a right wing government, acknowledged that the traditional parties have not been attuned to the aspirations of the citizens. You're listening to the latest world News from the BBC. Court in Moscow is holding a hearing behind closed doors to determine possible further action against the jailed opposition activists. Alexei Navalny. Prosecutors want his anti Corruption foundation on his regional election centers to be designated as extremist, putting them on the same footing as the self start Islamic state. Correspondents say the verdict could crush all opposition to President Putin. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is a caution as coronavirus Rosa father relaxed across much of the country, many venues can begin serving people indoors on restrictions on socializing of being eased. More than two thirds of adults in the UK have had at least one dose of vaccine, Chris Mason reports. In England. Pubs and restaurants conserve people inside cinemas and theaters, museums, hotels, stadiums and soft place centers can re open. 30. People can get other outdoors You can hook people you don't live with. But in the light of the Indian variant, the language of ministers is peppered with the need for vigilance. The vaccination program will accelerate. The prime minister says Swift action is being taken where infection rates arising the environmental group Greenpeace has called on the British government to hold all plastic waste exports by 2025 after uncovering illegal dumping in Turkey. Group said it have found waste from British supermarkets and packaging from Corona virus tests polluting roadside fields on waterways at 10 sites in ad in a province in southern Turkey. Wife of the Belgian ambassador in South Korea has decided to exercise her right to diplomatic immunity to avoid prosecution for an alleged assault on to shop workers. In a confrontation caught on camera Shanxi, Ajaccio appear to slap one employee while being questioned over concerns she may have been shoplifting. ABC News Welcome to hard talk on the BBC World Service with me, Steven Sacha my guest made history early this year when she was sworn in as Estonia's first ever woman, Prime minister. Hyah! Kalas didn't have far to look in the search for political mentors. Her father was a former prime minister on her grandfather was one of the founders of the Estonian republic in 1918. Like her father before her Miss Callus is leader of the Reform Party, a centrist liberal politician in a country which for the 18 months before she assumed power. Have been run by a coalition of conservatives and the far right turbulent domestic politics in Tallinn has coincided with the rising tensions in Estonia's corner of eastern Europe. In hostility between Vladimir Putin's Russia and the West is high, which it most certainly is right now the Baltic states get nervous will membership of the EU and NATO really protect them from the possibility Of Russian aggression on the face of it. Estonia is prosperous, stable and wired for the 21st century, but could geopolitics yet deliver on unwelcome shock? Well, Prime Minister K A callous joins me now from Tallinn. Welcome to hard talk. Thank you for having me. It's a pleasure to have you on the show. Prime Minister. Let me ask you how intensely do you feel the raising tensions with Russia right now. Well, Russia is our neighbor and considering our history, we feel the tensions here..

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AP News

02:56 min | 5 months ago

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"I'm to McGuire Vice President Kamila Harris cast the deciding vote breaking a 50 50 tie, clearing the way for Senate debate on the $1.9 trillion coronavirus Rescue Bill. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer. This legislation Keep America's families businesses workers afloat. South Carolina Republican Lindsey Graham, This is a liberal wish list. Democrats are hoping for Senate approval before next week, get it back to the house and then quickly to President Biden in Dallas. There's an old adage in police work that says that no one hates a bad cop more than a good cop, Police chief Eddie Garcia says the 13 year veteran of the police force Brian Riser, is under arrest charged with capital murder. Criminal investigation dates back to 2017 with the death of two unrelated murder victims. Received information through a witness that implicated riser in both murders. Garcia says the witness told investigators that he had kidnapped and killed 31 year old Liza Saints and 61 year old Albert Douglas at risers direction in 2017. Garcia says they don't know the motive for the killings, but they were not connected with writers. Police work. Alabama's governor. Bucks of GOP trend extending rather than ending her state's mask order, Republicans in Texas and Mississippi lifted their mask mandates and Kay Ivey has been under pressure to do the same. But she says Alabamans must keep wearing masks for another month. There's no question that wearing mask has been one of my greatest tools in combating the spread of the virus. Ivy's noting big drops and daily virus cases and saying Alabama's rounding the corner. President Biden yesterday lit into other governors who've dropped the mandates, equating it to Neanderthal behavior. What everybody saw yesterday was a reflection of his frustration and exasperation, spokeswoman Jen Psaki says the president would rather people followed science and federal health recommendations. Soccer MAHOGANY Washington This is AP News Only three quarters of a million people lost their jobs last week. He's been Thomas has two tails. The Labor Department report. 745,000 people filed initial claims for jobless aid and increase of 9000 from the previous week. It's a sign many employers continue to cut jobs despite evidence that the overall economy is improving. All told 4.3 million Americans, they're receiving traditional state unemployment benefits. And when you factor in supplemental federal unemployment programs set up to soften the economic blow of the Corona virus pandemic, an estimated 18 million people are collecting some form of jobless aid. The nation still has nearly 10 million fewer jobs than it did in February of last year. And Thomas Washington THEUS Associated Press has learned that the Capitol police have requested members of the National Guard continued to provide security at the capital for another two months. Defense officials say the proposal is being reviewed. I'm Tim McGuire. AP News.

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AP News

02:58 min | 5 months ago

"745,000 people" Discussed on AP News

"AP News I'm to McGuire Vice President Kamila Harris cast the deciding vote breaking a 50 50 tie, clearing the way for Senate debate on the $1.9 trillion coronavirus Rescue Bill. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer. This legislation Keep America's families businesses workers afloat. South Carolina Republican Lindsey Graham, This is a liberal wish list. Democrats are hoping for Senate approval before next week, get it back to the house and then quickly to President Biden in Dallas. There's an old adage in police work that says that no one hates a bad cop more than a good cop, Police chief Eddie Garcia says the 13 year veteran of the police force Brian Riser, is under arrest. Charged with capital murder is Criminal investigation dates back to 2017 with the death of two unrelated murder victims. Received information through a witness that implicated riser in both murders. Garcia says the witness told investigators that he had kidnapped and killed 31 year old Liza Saints and 61 year old Albert Douglas at risers direction in 2017. Garcia says they don't know the motive for the killings, but they were not connected with writers. Police work. Alabama's governor. Bucks of GOP trend extending Rather than ending her state's mask order, Republicans in Texas and Mississippi lifted their mask mandate. Same Kay Ivey has been under pressure to do the same. But she says Alabamans must keep wearing masks for another month. There's no question that wearing mask has been one of my greatest tools in combating the spread of the violence. Ivy's noting big drops and daily virus cases and saying Alabama's rounding the corner. President Biden yesterday lit into other governors who've dropped the mandates, equating it to Neanderthal behavior. What everybody saw yesterday was a reflection of his frustration and exasperation, spokeswoman Jen Psaki says the president would rather people followed science and federal health recommendations. Soccer Megane Washington This is AP News Only three quarters of a million people lost their jobs last week. He's been Thomas has two tails. The Labor Department report. 745,000 people filed initial claims for jobless aid and increase of 9000 from the previous week. It's a sign many employers continue to cut jobs despite evidence that the overall economy is improving. All told 4.3 million Americans, they're receiving traditional state unemployment benefits. And when you factor in supplemental federal unemployment programs set up to soften the economic blow of the Corona virus pandemic, an estimated 18 million people are collecting some form of jobless aid. The nation still has nearly 10 million fewer jobs than it did in February of last year. And Thomas Washington THEUS Associated Press has learned that the Capitol police have requested members of the National Guard continued to provide security at the capital for another two months. Defense officials say the proposal is being reviewed. I'm Tim McGuire. AP News.

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"745,000 people" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:36 min | 5 months ago

"745,000 people" Discussed on AP News

"Vice president Kamila Harris cast the deciding vote breaking a 50 50 tie, clearing the way for Senate debate on the $1.9 trillion coronavirus Rescue Bill. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer. This legislation Keep America's families businesses workers afloat. South Carolina Republican Lindsey Graham, This is a liberal wish list. Democrats are hoping for Senate approval before next week, get it back to the house and then quickly to President Biden in Dallas. There's an old adage in police work that says that no one hates a bad cop more than a good cop, Police chief Eddie Garcia says the 13 year veteran of the police force Brian Riser, is under arrest. Charged with capital murder is Criminal investigation dates back to 2017 with the death of two unrelated murder victims. We received information through a witness that implicated riser in both murders. Garcia says The witness told investigators that he had kidnapped and killed 31 year old Liza Saints and 61 year old Albert Douglas at risers direction in 2017. Garcia says they don't know the motive for the killings, but they were not connected with writers. Police work. Alabama's governor. Bucks of GOP trend extending rather than ending her state's mask order, Republicans in Texas and Mississippi lifted their mask mandates and Kay Ivey has been under pressure to do the same. But she says Alabamans must keep wearing masks for another month. There's no question that wearing mask has been one of my greatest tools in combating the spread of the violence. Ivy's noting big drops and daily virus cases and saying Alabama's rounding the corner. President Biden yesterday lit into other governors who've dropped the mandates, equating it to Neanderthal behavior. What everybody saw yesterday was a reflection of his frustration and exasperation, spokeswoman Jen Psaki says the president would rather people followed science and federal health recommendations. Soccer Megane Washington This is AP News Only three quarters of a million people lost their jobs last week. He's been Thomas has two tails. The Labor Department report. 745,000 people filed initial claims for jobless aid and increase of 9000 from the previous week. It's a sign many employers continue to cut jobs despite evidence that the overall economy is improving. All told 4.3 million Americans, they're receiving traditional state unemployment benefits. And when you factor in supplemental federal unemployment programs set up to soften the economic blow of the Corona virus pandemic and estimated 18 million people are collecting some form of jobless aid. The nation still has nearly 10 million fewer jobs than it did in February of last year. Ben Thomas. Washington THEUS Associated Press has learned that the Capitol police have requested members of the National Guard continue to provide security at the capital for another two months. Defense officials say the proposal is being reviewed. I'm Tim McGuire. AP News. A police officer in Dallas is facing two counts of capital murder. Brian Riser is a 13 year veteran of the force. This criminal investigation dates back to 2017. With the death of two unrelated murder victims. Dallas police chief Eddie Garcia says a man came forward in 2019. A witness stated that he had that that he had that he kidnapped and murdered the victim. At the direction of riser, and he also said he was instructed to murder a second person. The chief says the killings are not related to risers. Police work. We will not allow anyone to tarnish dispatch. Garcia did not explain why riser was arrested more than a year after the witness came forward. I'm Ed Donahue. Brian Riser is a 13 year veteran of the force this Criminal investigation dates back to 2017 with the death of two unrelated murder victims, Dallas police chief Eddie Garcia says a man came forward in 2019, a witness stated. That he had that that he had that he kidnapped and murdered the victim at the direction of riser, and he also said he was instructed to murder a second person. The chief says the killings are not related to risers. Police work. We will not allow anyone to tarnish dispatch. Garcia did not explain why riser was arrested more than a year after the witness came forward. I'm Ed Donahue. So we know where this is going. We've already had 45,000 people lose their lives in the state of Texas. And now it's going to go up even more. I don't understand the basis of white now. That, you know, The timing doesn't make any sense to me when we know where we'll be in a much better informed position even a month from now. 80 news. I'm Ed Donahue..

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"745,000 people" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:10 min | 5 months ago

"745,000 people" Discussed on AP News

"The spread of the virus. Ivy's noting big drops and daily virus cases and saying Alabama's rounding the corner. President Biden yesterday lit into other governors who've dropped the mandates, equating it to Neanderthal behavior. What everybody saw yesterday was a reflection of his frustration and exasperation, spokeswoman Jen Psaki says the president would rather people followed science and federal health recommendations. Soccer Megane Washington This is AP News Only three quarters of a million people lost their jobs last week. He's been Thomas has two tails. The Labor Department report. 745,000 people filed initial claims for jobless aid and increase of 9000 from the previous week. It's a sign many employers continue to cut jobs despite evidence that the overall economy is improving. All told 4.3 million Americans, they're receiving traditional state unemployment benefits. And when you factor in supplemental federal unemployment programs set up to soften the economic blow of the Corona virus pandemic and estimated 18 million people are collecting some form of jobless aid. The nation still has nearly 10 million fewer jobs than it did in February of last year. And Thomas Washington THEUS Associated Press has learned that the Capitol police have requested members of the National Guard continued to provide security at the capital for another two months. Defense officials say the proposal is being reviewed. I'm Tim McGuire. AP News. A police officer in Dallas is facing two counts of capital murder. Brian Riser is a 13 year veteran of the force. This criminal investigation dates back to 2017. With the death of two unrelated murder victims. Dallas police chief Eddie Garcia says a man came forward in 2019. A witness stated that he had that that he had that he kidnapped and murdered the victim. At the direction of riser, and he also said he was instructed to murder a second person. The chief says the killings are not related to risers. Police work. We will not allow anyone to tarnish dispatch. Garcia did not explain why riser was arrested more than a year after the witness came forward. I'm Ed Donahue. Brian Riser is a 13 year veteran of the force this Criminal investigation dates back to 2017 with the death of two unrelated murder victims, Dallas police chief Eddie Garcia says a man came forward in 2019, a witness stated. That he had that that he had that he kidnapped and murdered the victim at the direction of riser, and he also said he was instructed to murder a second person. The chief says the killings are not related to risers. Police work. We will not allow anyone to tarnish dispatch. Garcia did not explain why riser was arrested more than a year after the witness came forward. I'm Ed Donahue. So we know where this is going. We've already had 45,000 people lose their lives in the state of Texas. And now it's going to go up even more. I don't understand the basis of white now. That, you know, The timing doesn't make any sense to me when we know where we'll be in a much better informed position even a month from now. 80 news. I'm Ed Donahue..

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WTOP

01:50 min | 5 months ago

"745,000 people" Discussed on WTOP

"And up taking new unemployment claims as the job market remains very unstable. The Labor Department reports 745,000 people filed claims last week. That's up 9000 from the previous week. It's assigned many employers continue to cut jobs. Despite a recent drop in the number of covert infections, Bankrate senior economic analyst Mark Hamrick tells us things may get better is more vaccines roll out. Let's face it. Most of us are kind of sick and tired of being holed up because we haven't gotten the backs. The nation's yet and those who are, I think are eagerly embracing returned activities that they previously taken for granted before the virus flattened the economy a year ago. Applications for unemployment aid never topped 7000 in any. I'm sorry, 700,000 in any week. Even during the great recession. The Supreme Court has made it harder for long time immigrants to avoid deportation if they've been convicted of a crime. Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote today's opinion for a 53 conservative majority, which ruled against a Mexican citizen who entered the U. S illegally over two decades ago. That man had been charged in Nebraska with using a fraudulent Social Security card to get a job and was convicted under a state law. A key figure charged in connection with Capitol riot has been granted a release from jail. Federal prosecutors allege proud Boys member Ethan Nordine was a key cog in the insurrection. But the chief district judge barrel Hal here in D C. Said while Nordine appeared to be an organizer of a proud boys trip to Washington, the government didn't prove he actually ordered the riot or Deena's from Seattle. He's been ordered to home confinement. If convicted, he could get 30 years plus in prison. He's not entered any pleas to the charges. Coming up after traffic and weather The future of sports for D C students. 3 37. Let's be real Mopping is a hassle. You.

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KOMO

01:33 min | 5 months ago

"745,000 people" Discussed on KOMO

"Covert anti bodies in breast milk on Carlene Johnson's encouraging findings and a Portland steady. We'll get back to care and check traffic and weather coming up in four minutes. But first ABC News said a 30 number of new jobless claims climbing again with 745,000 people filing last week. ABC is Aaron Carter Ski has more on the outlook in this pandemic. As vaccinations increase in cases declined. Labor market continues to lag behind other parts of the economy, which are gaining some steam. The hope is hiring rebounds in the spring and summer is more vaccine is administered. The Democratic led House passed an anti corruption and voting rights reform bill last night along party lines. It's known as for the People's Act. The eight also aims to expand voting rights and get money out of politics. House, also approving the George Floyd Justice and Policing Act that calls for banning the use of choke holds and create national policing standards and a big new increase Accountability. Security on Capitol Hill High today with new threats against the government, Capitol police are now asking the National Guard to remain in the capital for two more months. Saying it's all due to continued security concerns. Michelle Franzen, ABC News Co. Moh news, 1000 FM. 97 7, It is a 31 right now on this Thursday morning with mostly cloudy skies in Seattle is we're expecting to see a little rain by this afternoon. Right now it's 41 degrees at Sea Tac Airport along with Greg Herschel time Manda Factor here. The top stories from the Coma 24 7 News Center. Well, the floodgates have opened for some people this week when it comes to those eligible for the coveted covert vaccine. Almost.

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KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

04:05 min | 5 months ago

"745,000 people" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Reporting. I'm Deborah Rodriguez, the U. S Capitol is a fortress today. Lawmakers in the house are working from elsewhere with police on guard after intelligence uncovered a possible plot by a militia group to storm the building again on the day. Conspiracy theorists believe Donald Trump will retake the presidency. Correspondent Chris Van Cleve is outside the barbed wire topped fencing the volume of officers at those checkpoints noticeably different from days past. The amount of national Guard patrolling along the fence line noticeably higher today washed officers coming in with riot helmets today. Which is not what we have seen for the last several weeks. CBS NEWS, senior National security analyst Fran Townsend says Social media companies are keeping an eye out for troublesome posts. Facebook and others are monitoring this. They're trying to cooperate with law enforcement to the extent that they can, without interfering with free speech, Democrats in the House of past a police reform Bill Speaker Nancy Pelosi, We're proud of this legislation. Which will fund a blatantly transformed the culture with bold, unprecedented reform. The village's name for George Floyd, the black man from Minneapolis, who died after a white police officer pressed his knee. Avoids neck. There's new focus on gun laws. CBS's Jim Krystle, it's been looking into it. With Democrats controlling the presidency and Congress. Many Republican state lawmakers fear new federal gun control laws legislation and at least a dozen states seeks to nullify any new restrictions like ammunition limits or a ban on certain types of weapons. Texas Governor Greg Abbott may be ending the state's mask mandate, but some major retail chains air keeping there's in place. Targets. Starbucks, CVS and Kroger stores say they will continue to require customers in the state to mask up as cove in cases decline in the US they are soaring in the E U U Corona virus Infections in Europe rose by 9%. Last week. The World Health Organization's regional director for Europe hands clue, Gah says that's putting renewed pressure on hospitals and health workers over a year into the pandemic. Over health systems should not be in this situation. We need to get back to the basics, he said. We also need more vaccines. Elaine Cobb CBS NEWS PARIS weekly. Jobless claims were up but not as much as expected. Another 745,000 people signed up for benefits Bank rates Mark Hamrick. Some of the slight increase might be at least partly due to catching up with some new claims delayed after the recent severe winter weather and related power outages in Texas. And so Rounding state the Dow is up. 59 points. SNP Ahead. Seven. This is CBS News, CBS News Radio Is your home for breaking news with our team of reporters around the country and the world. We give you the coverage you can trust. Real time traffic 803 Here's Chris Sullivan and we continue to see a pretty difficult Dr Working your way out of Snohomish County. At this point. As I told you 10 minutes ago, we've kind of normalized with everybody realizing that I five was really in bad shape after an earlier crash. In short line, everybody. A lot of people decided to divert to the four or five side of things. So now Go through too bad 50 minutes from ever to Bellevue ever to Seattle. Those are both 15 minute delays for you no longer really were any reason to divert the crash that we had down at one. 45th is gone, rented the Bellevue still running at about 35 minutes, so little bit behind schedule. Getting into renting is going to be difficult. Right now. We're still working with a roll over that's blocking the left lane of North found 167 right as you get up to four or five. In the Renton area over 20 minutes from Auburn to rent in over 45 to go all the way from the Puyallup area here to keep a close eye on that when the volume is mostly gone through, But any time you lose a third of your lane capacity that's gonna leave a mark. Federal way to Seattle 35 minutes the Olympia to Tacoma drive also about 35 minutes, But the drive thru to comb itself on I five is really slow today. On the Puyallup River up to the Puyallup River Bridge all the way back from Highway 16..

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"745,000 people" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:48 min | 5 months ago

"745,000 people" Discussed on WTOP

"Media companies are keeping an eye out for troublesome posts. Facebook and others are monitoring this. They're trying to cooperate with law enforcement to the extent that they can, without interfering with free speech, Democrats in the House of past a police reform Bill Speaker Nancy Pelosi. We're proud of this legislation, which will fund of lately transform the culture. It's bold, unprecedented reform. The villain's name for George Floyd, the black man from Minneapolis, who died after a fight police officer pressed his knee to Floyd's neck. There's new focus on gun laws. CBS's Jim Krystle, it's been looking into it. With Democrats controlling the presidency and Congress. Many Republican state lawmakers fear new federal gun control laws, legislation and at least a dozen states. Seeks to nullify any new restrictions like ammunition limits or a ban on certain types of weapons. Texas Governor Greg Abbott may be ending the state's mask mandate, but some major retail chains air keeping there's in place targets. Starbucks, CVS and Kroger stores say they will continue to require customers in the state to mask up as cove in cases decline in the US they are soaring in the E U U Corona virus Infections in Europe rose by 9% last week. The World Health Organization's regional director for Europe Hands clue, Gah says that's putting renewed pressure on hospitals and health workers over a year into the pandemic over health systems should not be in this situation. We need to get back. The basics, he said. We also need more vaccines. Elaine Cobb CBS NEWS PARIS weekly. Jobless claims were up but not as much as expected. Another 745,000 people signed up for benefits Bank rates Mark Hamrick. Some of the slight increase might be at least partly due to catching up with some new claims.

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