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"8.2 million" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To live up to their commitments You know right now for example in the so called phase one deal where the Chinese committed to purchase a certain amount of aircraft and agricultural products they're not doing that They're not living up to their commitments Commerce secretary Gina raimondo said the U.S. wants to initiate a new economic framework in Asia stay tuned for more of that conversation coming up in 15 minutes from now I'm back here in the U.S. Karen We have several new developments on the battle against the pandemic and the latest news centers on a treatment from Pfizer Bloomberg's ra need a young joins us live to explain Good morning Good morning Nathan Pfizer is asking U.S. regulators for emergency use authorization of its COVID-19 pill Pfizer says the drug blocks a crucial enzyme that's key to coronavirus replication If cleared it would be the first of its kind And Bloomberg sources say The White House plans to buy enough of the pills to treat 10 million patients Meantime CDC advisers plan to meet on Friday to discuss expanding eligibility for Pfizer's booster shots live in New York I'm ready to young Bloomberg daybreak Ready to thank you while in corporate news this morning guess who's selling more stock Elon Musk has unloaded Tesla shares for the 7th straight trading day we get more from Bloomberg's done prisoner The latest sale brings Musk roughly halfway to his promise to unload 10% of his stake in the company on Tuesday alone he sold shares worth about $973 million Now to reach the 10% threshold he would need to sell some 17 million Tesla shares So far as liquidated about 8.2 million And if his exercise options are included Musk would need to sell even more In New York I'm Doug Chris Bloomberg daybreak All right Doug thanks Finally a bit of offbeat crypto news this morning It involves the Los.
"8.2 million" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"You're not nervous. You knocked that one out of the park. I'm a nurse. But I have a degree in geology. Okay. Very good. Sound like you sound like a very, very bright woman. Here's number two. I don't know. I don't know. I got four months ago. Alright. In 17 76 Benjamin Franklin sailed to France with what Dark blue dye to sell. To help fund the American Revolutionary War effort. Think? No, uh, looking for dark start? Yeah. Yeah, We're looking for Indigo Indigo. Here's number three. That's a color that's not a product, all right? I'll take it up with Matt. We'll take it up with Matt. Okay, who was the American college student that was held prisoner in North Korea for 17 months, eventually dying in a Cincinnati hospital. Back in 2017. I don't remember the name. I know the whole tape. Of course you do. Barack Obama screwed that one up. His name was actually Otto. Warm the air. Here's number four. I never would've remember that. I'm sorry, either. Would I just So you know, I know Tom Brady's fine tonight, but I couldn't tell you how to warm being number four. The American military bases Fort McPherson. And Robins Air Force Base, all located in what state teach ST Pete Beach. Thank you for the clue, said it's Georgia, because, uh, I like I want you to win. Here's number five behind New York City's 8.2 million residents with 254,000.
"8.2 million" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is special coverage of the New York City primary elections. We've been talking a lot about the race for mayor will also choose a district attorney in New York City will take a closer look at that contest coming up. Right now, the very latest as we get set for the closing of the polls, Let's get to the Bloomberg News Room and Denise Pellegrini. Denise Doug. Thank you. You know, we've been talking about the Democratic side a lot in the race for mayor here in New York City. I want to talk about the Republicans as well. Republicans, essentially, of course, the opposition here in New York City, meaning if they don't often win mayoral races, they do help set the tone here and some big 10 Democratic candidates pick up and use their platforms. Tough on crime is a good example and courteously. While he's one of the Republican candidates from Aaron. He campaigned today on the very liberal Upper West Side. He's been focusing on law and order. I stand to you today as the only candidate running for mayor who has been consistent We will refund the police and sleeve. A, of course, is the founder of the Guardian Angels decades ago, and former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani among those campaigning for Sliva, someday New Yorkers will wake up and not be stupid. And they'll say we're going to vote for the man, not the party. The man to vote for buying away It's Curtis Lua. Also, you remember there was that big push by Republicans a few months ago in the city to register as Democrats so that they could have a say in the primary. We'll see if that ends up being a factor here as well in the mayor's race, of course. Polls are getting ready to close. But it's going to be weeks potentially before we know and get the certified results under these Pellegrini, Doug All right, Denise. Well, we've been talking about the mayor's race tonight. But New York is also selecting a new district attorney. Eight Democrats are vying to replace Cyrus Vance Jr. As Manhattan D. A. Let's take a closer look now, with Bloomberg Law host and legal analyst June Grosso June, We talked about some of the issues that will kind of confront the new district attorney. Talk to me about the contenders who's out in front in this race. There are two people out in front, and I have to just say that there haven't been very many poles in this race, so we're going by very few poles, and one is Alvin Bragg, and he has been endorsed by The New York Times. He is a former federal prosecutor. He's also a former Assistant district assistant attorney in the New York Attorney general's office. He was behind the prosecution of Donald Trump's charity, where he got the president to the former president to have to pay $2 million for the charity there. So he is one of the the top contenders and another top contender is tally for Haiti in Weinstein, and she is the wife of hedge fund manager both Weinstein. And she also has a stellar record. She has Clerked for Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor. She's a scholar. She has a Rhodes scholarship. She also was a federal prosecutor, and she worked for former attorney General Eric Holder when he was in the Obama administration. So another one who has a lot of qualifications. And with her. The what has happened recently is that she has been criticized because she put $8.2 million of her own money into the race that brought her total fundraising to nearly $13 million. That is far more than all of her seven rivals combined and more than any of the other candidates actually running for New York Mayor So Alvin Bragg, her closest competitor, for for money raised a little more than $2.3 million. So there are all kinds of accusations that she's trying to buy the race for District attorney and there have been Also accusations allegations that she and her husband failed to pay income tax for several years. And so it's gotten a little bit dirty. Hey, June so far is, um is for Haidian Weinstein is concerned. What do we know about the way in which he may reshape or or reimagine the D A s office? Well, you know what happened with the D A candidates is that they started out all saying how they were going to revamp the DA's office because there was the push toward racial and racial justice in the in the system. And so they all talked about that. And then as it got closer the last several weeks, and this is what happened in the mayor's race, too. There was more of an emphasis on public safety because polls were showing that that's what the people in New York were interested in, especially with the rise in crime. So you heard less about that and more about how they were going to attack violent crime. And so that's what forehead for Haiti, and Weinstein has said that she's going to put an emphasis on violent crime. Not on misdemeanor offenses. They're basically all of them are saying that they're not going to really try to prosecute misdemeanor offenses, and it was sort of an odd days race because you heard more about what they were not going to prosecute. And what they were going to prosecute. Another thing that she said she was going to do is to start a separate bureau to handle gender based violence, and that really made her stand out among the candidates, and a lot of women's organizations backed her. For that, so she campaigns as a progressive prosecutors. And and so you know, we'll see what happens. We'll find out tonight. We will. Indeed, June. Thank you so much. We'll talk to you next hour about the Manhattan D A s race as we continue with special coverage of the New York City primary..
"8.2 million" Discussed on KQED Radio
"How many parents will keep their kids from getting the shots? I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Noel King. We examine which parents are hesitant. And why on StoryCorps, a foster mom and her foster daughter talk about how they met in Colombia protest against the government's attempt to reform the tax system are widening. Colombians are demanding something be done to address poverty and inequality. It is Friday, May 7th, the Colombian singer J. Well being is 36. And the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm winter Johnston stocks opened mixed on Wall Street this morning after the Labor Department issued a disappointing jobs report. NPR's Scott Horsley reports. The Dow Jones industrial average rose about 85 points in early trading. US. Employers added just 266,000 jobs in April, far fewer than forecasters were expecting job gains for March. We're also revised down That's a nasty surprise, given the strong jump in demand during the month from newly vaccinated customers who were dining out and planning, vacations, restaurants, bars and hotels all added workers during April, But manufacturing employment slumped partly as a result of automakers. Trouble sourcing the computer chips they need. Grocery stores and delivery companies also cut workers in April. Some employers say hiring would have been stronger but complain They're having trouble attracting workers. They're still 8.2 million fewer people on payrolls than there were before the pandemic. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington President. Biden is expected to deliver remarks today on the latest jobs report. Speech from the White House follows a trip to Louisiana on Thursday, where he once again promoted his sweeping infrastructure and American jobs plan Biting will let her head to Camp David for the weekend. Police in Texas are investigating a potential human smuggling operation after they pulled over a truck and San Antonio last night. Authorities say most of the people inside fled into a nearby field. San Antonio police Lieutenant Jesse Salameh says dozens of people may still be on the run. We don't have a solid number on that. Anywhere from 8200 is the number that we've been. We've heard it already say the driver of the truck is now in custody. Homeland Security has joined the investigation in Jerusalem, Israelis and Palestinians clashed on a street where Palestinian families are fighting court ordered eviction. Religious Jewish settler group has claimed ownership of their properties. MPR's Daniel Estrin reports on last night's skirmish in Jerusalem. Okay, there's some clashes now.
"8.2 million" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"And if we don't keep up the pace open cases could war back in the winter. So what's the White House strategy for convincing the skeptics? And if we can't convince them what's next? Plenty else for us to get to this week, and we'd love you to weigh in. Email us at 18. W A. M u dot org's comment on our Facebook page or tweet us at one egg. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm winter Johnston stocks opened mixed on Wall Street this morning after the Labor Department issued a disappointing jobs report. NPR's Scott Horsley reports. The Dow Jones industrial average rose about 85 points in early trading. US. Employers added just 266,000 jobs in April, far fewer than forecasters were expecting job gains for March. We're also revised down That's a nasty surprise, given the strong jump in demand during the month from newly vaccinated customers who were dining out and planning, vacations, restaurants, bars and hotels all added workers during April, But manufacturing employment slumped partly as a result of automakers. Trouble sourcing the computer chips they need. Grocery stores and delivery companies also cut workers in April. Some employers say hiring would have been stronger but complain They're having trouble attracting workers. They're still 8.2 million fewer people on payrolls than there were before the pandemic. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington President Biden is expected to deliver remarks today on the latest jobs report. His speech from the White House follows a trip to Louisiana on Thursday, where he once again promoted his sweeping infrastructure and American jobs plan. Aydin will let her head to Camp David for the weekend. Police in Texas are investigating a potential human smuggling operation after they pulled over a truck in San Antonio last night. Authorities say most of the people inside fled into a nearby field. San Antonio police Lieutenant Jesse Salameh says dozens of people may still be on the run. We don't have a.
"8.2 million" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"Then Houston's mayor and the Harris County judge called out the Greater Houston partnership this week over its silence on the election bills in Austin and rapper and producer 50 Cent has moved to Houston. We asked this week's not expert panel to weigh in on both developments on the good, The bad and the Ugly Plus, it's National Space Day. We celebrate by talking with a NASA engineer. No, not an aerospace engineer, a new audio engineer. We'll start with the news update from NPR and news. 88 7 stick around. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm winter Johnston stocks opened mixed on Wall Street this morning after the Labor Department issued a disappointing NPR's Scott Horsley reports. The Dow Jones industrial average rose about 85 points in early trading. US. Employers added just 266,000 jobs in April, far fewer than forecasters were expecting job gains for March. We're also revised down That's a nasty surprise, given the strong jump in demand during the month from newly vaccinated customers. Some employers say hiring would have been stronger but complain they're having trouble attracting workers. They're still 8.2 million fewer people on payrolls than there were before the pandemic. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington President. Biden is expected to deliver remarks today on the latest jobs report. Speech from the White House follows a trip to Louisiana on Thursday, where he once again promoted his sweeping infrastructure and American jobs plan. Fighting will let her head to Camp David for the weekend. Police in Texas are investigating a potential human smuggling operation after they pulled over a truck in San Antonio last night. Authorities say most of the people inside fled into a nearby field. San Antonio police Lieutenant Jesse Salameh says dozens of people may still be on the run. We don't have a solid number on that. Anywhere from 8200 is the number that we've been. We've heard it already say the driver of the truck is now.
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"Surge it considers avoidable. According to the agency. The variant, first found in the UK is responsible for 9% of cases in New Jersey and 8% in Florida. CDC officials say relaxing measures like mask mandates and capacity limits could allow the variants to spread more. The agency's director, We Shall. Wollensky is calling this a critical point in the pandemic. We must act now. And I am worried that if we don't take the right actions, and now we will have another avoidable surge. Justus we're seeing in Europe right now. And just as we were so aggressively scaling up vaccination. The CDC says vaccine supply will increase in the coming weeks and months. As of yesterday, more than 82 million people have had at least one shot of those more than 44 million are fully vaccinated. Indiana's tax filing deadline is moving to match
"8.2 million" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"We want to hear from you Morning news that I would be a p dot com. As voting has underway here in the state of Texas. Tommy Hicks of the RNC joins us right now. All right, Tommy, we've seen the polling data. We've seen the percentages and around here we see the numbers that the's pollsters are throwing our way. Tell us why we should not believe those and tell us what internally the RNC is seen. Well what they were wrong in 2016. They're wrong again. The enthusiasm we're seeing on the ground, whether it's the rallies with the president had like 14 in the last 72 hours or right here on the team trump buzzing in Pennsylvania. We're seeing people who have bought into this movement of 2.6 million volunteers across the country were going out, knocking on doors, making phone calls, giving their friends and neighbors out the vote. You're feeling very optimistic. We need to make sure we turn out big today way have a huge advantage on election day, and most of our people like that show up in both in person on Election Day. We got great weather across the country, so it should be a great day. Why do most of the polls show different? Yeah, what they do show is a trend in the right direction. Standing in the key states. And when you combine that with our voter enthusiasm, we will have strong turnout today and again. That's what it's gonna take to win the state and the key truthfully is to win this in a big way today run up the score. But we could take back the house and have a clear winner tonight. Do you think Tommy that at the end of the day, Republicans will continue to control the Senate? I do? I do. We've got 8.2 million people who voted for the president in 2016, who did not show up in 2018 in the midterms when his name was not on the ballot. This is distributed across many key Senate states. They will show up to the president. This time they're going to vote down ballot for all Republicans 53. I believe the Senate race in the house, but the Senate races is it 53 47 is where that stands now. So do you expect to lose any seats in the Senate? We may lose a seat, but we'll pick up a couple seats. John James out of Michigan is looking good on the president's looking strong in Michigan so way should have a pickup there will have a pickup in Alabama will come out of out of tonight ahead in the Senate. Okay. All right. So the optimism there, Tommy, you feel good? You're internal polling data and Pennsylvania, Florida in North Carolina. What do you think? We should be in good shape. It's all about turnout today, but we're here in Pennsylvania. Right now. We have two more events, and then we're done with the campaign, but enthusiasm on the ground. I know I said it earlier. I can't stress how important that is when you want to get people out to vote to the polls. Making sure that you have people reach out to their families, their friends, their neighbors. There's nobody that people trust more than their friends. They don't trust television advertising. They certainly don't trust were the Democrats who were taking their party, which is far to the left. I think the Americans, there's a silent majority that's growing because of all these loose a lot downs. I think you're gonna see surprising realignments. And I just think we're gonna have a really big red wave tonight. Tommy Hicks, RNC cochair. Thanks for the time joining us on the bus this morning. Did you happen to see that the picture going around yesterday on some of the social media sites out Twitter things of Jeffrey Epstein with an I voted sticker on his chair. That's tremendous is there right? Yes, Traffic.
"8.2 million" Discussed on WTOP
"Humint Come down. Virginia Supreme Court may decide I'm not gonna yell during open enrollment. Three things to think about considering new health plans. I'm Christi King. It's six o'clock CBS News on the hour sponsored by Del Small business. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. The US has just notched its worst day of the pandemic for new Corona virus cases. There were more than 90,000 reported yesterday. That's one every second. CBS News Medical contributor Dan Actor David again. This is a convergence of several things, including colder weather, pushing people indoors where the virus spreads much for easily, especially among families and the beginning of school where we're seeing cases spread child a child. Across the country, and we're starting to see those numbers increase Connecticut's positivity rate shot up to more than 6% overnight. CBS Is Natalie Rockin with something for shoppers to consider new research on how covert 19 impacts grocery store workers finds 76% who tested positive had no symptoms, Researchers say. Once essential workers are infected, they may become a significant transmission source in the community. Just four more days to go. And President Trump and Joe Biden will each campaign in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Michigan today, Biden will be in Iowa as well as voters continue to wait in line for hours to cast ballots Correspondent Ed O'Keefe. Several states are now on pace to exceed their 2016 turnout totals. Hawaii has already done it. Perhaps it's not surprising to do all their voting by mail in Hawaii. But Texas is a far bigger surprise. They could exceed their 2016 turn out with 8.2 million votes already cast 82% of the 2016 total. Wasn't already in Georgia 81% of North Carolina. All of this a reminder. We're on the verge potentially of the biggest turnout for American presidential election in more than 100 years, a victory for Republicans in Minnesota the federal appeals court has ruled the state's plan to count absentee ballots after Election Day is illegal. Democratic Senator Amy Klobuchar don't have time to mess around here. This was the Republican Party to Republican electors trying to make it hard for people to vote. The answer is that we have two utility crews in the south or finding crushed cars, entangled power lines, roofs air wedged into homes. Next door boats stranded on land All tell the tale of the power of hurricanes data now out to sea over the Atlantic. This woman is in Gulf Port Mississippi to death. It was going to be another Katrina and.
"8.2 million" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Nelson Wolf credits the mega voting sites that were set up at the TV centre and the hours of our shrine Auditorium, four shrines of 20,000 voters, and we've had 19,600 at the TV centre. That's what 40,000, he says. More than half a million people. He cast a ballot in the county is on the way to a record. Younger voters helped power Texas to an unprecedented 8.2 million total votes by Wednesday that represents 91% of the votes cast in the state and all of 2016 and Bear County. Early voting sites are open until 10 o'clock tonight, both today and tomorrow. The final day of early voting. The US Postal Service in state and local election officials are strongly advising voters not to mail in ballots. But to use drop off boxes or vote early and person. The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that ballots in North Carolina received up to nine days after the election should be counted as long as they're postmarked by November 3rd. The court also ruled that all Pennsylvania ballots received by November, 6 must be counted. Meanwhile, the campaigning continues at a record pace the president spent Wednesday rallying his supporters in Arizona. The president spoke to huge crowds in Bullhead City, and then Goodyear, Arizona, telling his supporters, the media company Poles are wrong and that the lack of negative articles about Joe Biden amounts to a contribution to his campaign. Joe Biden is a corrupt politician and they refused to talk about president said a Biden administration would result in higher taxes, open borders and an end The Second Amendment. This election is a choice between the American dream and a socialist nightmare. The real clear politics average Polls in Arizona gives a two point edge to Biden in Nevada. But it has a 4.5 point lead and Joe Biden in Delaware Wednesday slammed Trump's campaign for stranding supporters in Nebraska and freezing temperatures following a rally the previous evening, arguing that it was symbolic of the White House is failed Pandemic response. Democratic vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris will be heading to Houston, The California senator said to appear at a rally there Friday, the final day of early voting to encourage people to vote for Democrats next week. Harris will also make appearances and Fort Worth and McAllen Texas Senator John Cornyn took advantage of early voting in Austin and later told reporters his experience in the Senate is why voters should vote for him one of the benefits of experiences..
"8.2 million" Discussed on KTRH
"Debate about Judge Bear polls show the American people want us to confirm her. So once they've lost the debate, what do they resort to? They resort to yelling and screaming. And that is Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton on Fox, a Senate expected to get the nomination tomorrow, with final confirmation, the floor vote possibly taking place on Monday. It's now 608. Meantime, you've got the Senate Democrats blocking the Republican Corona virus stimulus package that they're trying to pass. Texas Senator John Cornyn, putting it all on Chuck Schumer. Here we are in October, with more than 8.2 million confirmed cases and 220,000 deaths in the United States and Chuck Schumer has once again refused to allow the Senate. He even debate a relief bill yet there wait until after the election. You got the Trump Administration still being stymied by Nancy Pelosi trying to work out a relief bill that would be worth $2 trillion ain't gonna happen. I'm sure of Friar and uses news whether in traffic station NewsRadio, 7 40 Katie, our age, clear and concise information matters focused on what's happening. Clearly See 2020 with use radio 7 40 H All right. Today's the day that Emmy Cockney Barrett will get passed through the Senate Judiciary Committee. Have the Republicans by the by the way, who are evidently going to be the only ones attending? Because the Democrats are gonna boycotted by the originally they have a majority so they don't have to have a quorum. They don't need him there so the Democrats could go ahead and make the little show and And you know, the Republicans will just move it on where the Senate will be voting on a sometime next week. Well, you get what you elect, where you go Thursday or Friday. I think of next week is when they're going to have the final vote on Amy Cockney Barrett. And the fact that we have seen no stories emerge on her is a real testament to just how squeaky clean she is. I mean, even the people who are professional dirt digger's can't find anything. In his sixties. Even lie lie launchers. I mean, what is this about a secret bank account in China for Trump a man who was investigated over years with tens of millions of dollars at stake. And now all of a sudden you've got Obama. They're saying he's got a secret Chinese banking. Yeah, well, if he's got a Chinese bank account my guest he's always been there. Give me a 6 10 time for traffic.
"8.2 million" Discussed on KOMO
"Seattle KOMO FM Oakville 20. Minutes of nonstop news starts from ABC News. I'm Dave Packard President Trump takes its campaign to the battle grounds. Today. It's North Carolina. After stumping Tuesday in Pennsylvania State Hee won by less than 1% in 2016 and what he needs to win again. Even though this time around, he made the visit begrudgingly. I mean, I have to be honest, there's no way I was coming. I didn't have to. The president had hoped to have the first lady with him. But the morning of the scheduled trip she cancelled, citing an abundance of caution and a lingering cough. Now the president on a solo blitz to the finish for battleground states, sometimes two stops a day hitting Nevada, Arizona, Pennsylvania and North Carolina, all between Sunday and Tomorrow's debate. ABC News senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega in Washington. Joe Biden laying low doing debate prep while his VP candidate to Kamala Harris hits the trail in North Carolina and former President Obama stumps for Biden in Philadelphia Talks between Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi expected to resume today for a trillion dollar plus Corona virus stimulus package. If such a deal or to clear the House Obviously with a presidential signature promised We would put it on the floor of the Senate and the Senate. Consider it, says Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. But Republicans in the Senate say it's too expensive and McConnell reportedly warning the White House not to advance a bill before Election Day. A new and alarming Corona virus. Count the CDC finding nearly 300,000 more deaths and expected so far this year in the U. S. Two out of three directly due to covert 19 doctor. She's Giardina Brown University School of Public Health experts knew there'd be an under count to 20,000. The official number is bad enough. But this suggest that there were many, many more people who were infected and died of this disease, But we didn't have good testing. And so we couldn't really identify them as carnivorous Patience. Meanwhile, confirm covert cases in the U. S numbering over 8.2 million You're listening to ABC News. Stay.
"8.2 million" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"U. S. Now top 220,000 America with 4% of the world's population has 20% of the world's deaths more than any other nation, according to researchers at Johns Hopkins University. 8.2 million confirmed cases and now in New York Church in Patchogue, Long Island is remembering that Those lost to Cove it the Bell said. Patch Ox Congregational Church are tolling for the more than 220,000 Americans who've died from covert 19 thes air, not just numbers. These are Americans with families, Reverend Whitely, Walter says. They're tolling every six seconds for two weeks straight. The town says it hasn't gotten any complaints. But the reverend's Facebook page is filled with angry messages, calling the bills unnecessary. And political health updates. Sara Lee Kessler, NBC NEWS radio. If you've ever wanted to own a piece of rock and roll history, Julian's auctions has your shot, but it won't be cheap. The famed auction houses, icons and idols, trilogy rock and roll event will take place in person and online, December 4th and fifth. It'll feature incredible one of a kind personal items from it. Even Heylen, Nirvana's Kurt Cobain, Aerosmith, David Bowie, Queen and MME or two of the Van. Silence guitars will be up for auction. The bidding for them is projected.
"8.2 million" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Care tips that you move dot com spelled. Why you move dot com Doctors are warning about a winter surge of Corona virus cases as the number of infections continues to rise in the U. S. Use a radio networks. Timberg has more. The number of Corona virus deaths in the United States is now more than 220,000. More than 8.2 million cases have been confirmed. With fall and winter ahead, Dr Peter Hotez tells CNN. We need to be on our guard that the key is now hanging on now for the next four months or five months where we're going to enter what may be the worst. Period during this epidemic is bad isn't spin. It's about to get worse and that's based on projections about a fall winter surge as people are indoors. More Institute for Health Metrics in Philadelphia projections showing steep rise in the number of new cases on deaths. Unfortunately, a new study says President Trump is being censored by Facebook and Twitter, while Democratic nominee Joe Biden has gone completely unchecked by the Social media Giants. The obvious sensor slant is, according to a new study by the media Research Centre. They went through all post by Trump Biden and their campaigns from May 2018 through October. 16 of 2020 Marcie analysts Corinne Weaver in Alex Schimmel right, that big tech has caused serious damage to the president's ability to be heard on social media. Twitter and Facebook have censored the president's accounts in his reelection campaign accounts at least 65 times. That the companies have not censored Joe Biden and his campaign accounts at all For Yusa radio news. I'm Val d'Or for use radio news. I'm Dan. Iraqi.
"8.2 million" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"5 16 Our top stories on Colorado's Morning news there Some changes to the final presidential debate this Saturday night Limit Interruptions Debate Commission is going to meet the microphones of the candidate who isn't speaking during opening statements of each new topic at Thursday's debate. That's NBC News Ready is Dean Nuccio. Dueling campaign rallies and a couple of battleground states Monday, President Trump rallied in Arizona, arguing a vote for him means a return to normal life in America. This election is a choice between a trump super recovery or a Biden depression. If he even gets to run, they argued, optimism will boom and again claimed the nation is rounding the corner on Corona virus will mean time Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris campaigning in the swing state of Florida, you will very likely Determine the outcome of this election. And so I am here on behalf of Joe Biden and myself to say thank you that from a drive in Biden Harris Campaign event in Orlando, it's a tight presidential contest in North Carolina, according to the latest ABC News Washington Post POLL. ABC is Derek Dennis reports Corona virus concerns giving Democrats you're buying a boost in North Carolina. But the state's evangelical and rural voters are also boosting President Trump and in the latest ABC News Washington Post poll. They're neck and neck. Nationally in ABC Post poll last week gave biting a 12 point lead a number of Corona virus deaths in the U. S. Now more than 220,000. That's more than any other country in the world. More than 8.2 million cases have been confirmed with fallen winner. Health experts expect the surgeon infections Corona virus restrictions Back on in Wisconsin, A judge there upheld a state order that limits public gatherings to 25%, including at bars and restaurants. The governor there, Tony Evers called it a critically important ruling to help prevent the virus from Writing. New Jersey's governor is urging residents not to leave..
"8.2 million" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"In the in the Cuban dog. Well, we'll see if Mel goes for that or not, anyway, 16 after seven and we go to the Max defender. Eight meteorologist Li Span Lee, a new record high of 90 Yesterday. We got Any cool weather coming our way. Maybe. And then boys so far in October, 9 days at 90, or hire five of those were record high. So yet, October has been anything but fall like, although today technically we'll be a little bit cooler at 87. That's only because I'm going to see the extra clouds around and we ended up having a little more rain yesterday than anticipated. I think today would be pretty similar where you could get some of those splashing down for a couple of times through the day a 40% chance. I mean, upper eighties Midem Paredes all the way through the beginning of next week, too, So don't count on any fall weather to be the end of October, either. Well, I guess we're gonna have to wait until December to get some cool temperatures anyway. 7 17, we go to the newsroom and Chris Trackman. Joe Biden's lashing out at President Trump for attacking the nation's top expert on infectious diseases. Trump called Dr Anthony Fauci, a disaster and an idiot, insulting him at least four different times by initiate a statement telling Trump People are tired of his lies about Corona virus. I'm saying he's proven himself incapable of leading the nation Corona virus deaths in the U. S. Now top 220,000. That's the most of any country in the world. More than 8.2 million Americans have contracted the disease with fallen winter health experts expect a surgeon virus cases and deaths, but the end of the year there could be over 300,000. Florida's top 16,000 deaths. So far, this week's presidential debate should be less chaotic than the first one. The debate commission decided that during the candidates opening remarks for each segment, it will mute the microphone of the person who isn't speaking to avoid interruptions that'll give each candidate two minutes of uninterrupted time. At the outset.
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"Early voting poll. It's 5 15 and we go to the Max defender. Eight meteorologists Li Span. We? We had a new record high of 90 Yesterday. We got any cool weather coming our way. Maybe. And then boys bark in October, 9 days at 90, or hire five of those were record high so yet. October has been anything but fall like, although today technically we'll be a little bit cooler at 87. That's only because I'm going to see the extra clouds around and we ended up having a little more rain yesterday than anticipated. I think they'd be pretty similar where you could get some of those splashing down for a couple of times through the day a 40% chance. I mean, upper eighties Midem Paredes all the way through the beginning of next week, too, So don't count on any fall weather to be the end of October, either. Well, I hope we get some cooler weather by December. At least they were going to be here and from Ah, Caroline here on voting in person, But first we go to the newsroom and Chris treatment. Joe Biden's lashing out at President Trump for attacking the nation's top expert on infectious diseases. Trump called Dr Anthony Fauci, a disaster and an idiot, insulting him at least four different times. Biden issued a statement telling Trump People are tired of his lies about Corona virus and saying he's proven himself incapable of leading the nation. Corona virus deaths in the U. S. Now top 220,000. That's the most of any country in the world. More than 8.2 million Americans have contracted the disease with fallen winter health experts expect a surgeon virus cases and deaths, but the end of the year there could be over 300,000. Florida's top 16,000 deaths. So far, this week's presidential debate should be less chaotic than the first one. The debate commission decided that during the candidates opening remarks for each segment, it will mute the microphone of the person who isn't speaking to avoid interruptions that'll give each candidate two minutes of uninterrupted time. At the outset.
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'Indefensible': Trump slammed for sharing video where supporter yells 'white power' at protesters
"For Retweeting a racist video more on this from a B C's Rachel Scott. The White House is trying to explain why the president of the United States used his enormous platform to amplify this racist message. The President Retweeting this video to his 82 million followers. A man shouting white power in a golf cart displaying Trump 2020 campaign signs Trump supporters clashing with counter demonstrators two weeks ago at a Florida retirement community called the villages, according to its new site. Hey, the president sharing a two minute expletive filled excerpt of the sites Video, adding, Thank you to the great people of the village is Senator Tim Scott, the Senate's on ly black Republican, called on President Trump to delete the post, I think is indefensible. We should take it down more than three hours after posting he did. This is really not about the president taking it down. This is about the judgment of the president and putting it up. In a statement, The White House says the president did not hear the one statement made on the video, adding. What he did see was tremendous enthusiasm from his many supporters. What the president has insisted He keeps a close eye on what he shares as outrage over racial inequality sweeps the nation. The Department of Homeland Security warns of an increase in white supremacist violence. The president's tweet is potentially dangerous because it may be viewed by some white supremacists as I call to action. Or even a call for violence. His rival Joe Biden, noting the president's message recalls this moment when a white nationalist rally turned deadly in Charlottesville. You also had people That we're Very fine people on both sides bite and writing. Today, the president shared a video of people shouting white power and said they were great, adding the president has picked a side coma news time. 7
Trump Tweets, Then Deletes Video Of Supporter Yelling "White Power"
"82 million Twitter followers. President Trump's retweet of a video showing his supporters yelling white power is getting a lot of attention. The footage was shot at a rally in the Florida retirement community. The villages the president has taken down the tweet after members of his own party said the video is offensive. In a statement. The White House says the president did not hear the one statement made on the video, adding. What he did see was tremendous enthusiasm from his many supporters, but the president has insisted He keeps a close eye on what he shares and