25 Burst results for "900,000 People"

Angeline, Why Do You Keep Listening to This Show?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Angeline, Why Do You Keep Listening to This Show?

"I gotta meet this woman. Here's what angeline from tiara verti, Florida writes. You did not fail today by supporting little desantis, embarrassing students on stage was just what he wanted. And for some reason you thought this was okay after over 900,000 people have died and countless others tortured by COVID masks help to keep people safe from the virus and for you to support this behavior in the governor is despicable. I have no idea how you remain on the radio other than you give a platform to those who are utterly stupid. Yeah, but angeline in Tierra verdi. Why do you keep listening? Are you one of the stupid people? And you make it so easy. And she writes emails. I sit around, I think, would I listen to a radio host day in and day out that makes me crazy. And then write him, you ought to see the list of emails from angeline from tiara verdi, Florida. Boy, she must be a real piece of work.

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"900,000 people" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"900,000 people" Discussed on WCPT 820

"These people he's still hopeful that we can come together But then there's Manchin sitting on the other side and so who knows right How about being on a step Even Lauren boebert's stupid cape says drill baby drill How old is that meme No that's what she's talking about Stop it Can not be mentioned enough that it's ever as her husband showed his two bunch of girls in a bowling alley Anyway my point allegedly Carlos is the rest of the world's going the other way about energy independence Putin might help us get there right Energy independence and they're like with a stupid drill baby drill shirt heckling the president They're just so out of step with the world Okay All right Okay Oh you know what Yes I can go back further Jimmy Carter wanted to go towards our alternative energy in the 70s Reagan rips the solar panels off The White House and if 900,000 people don't vote for Ralph Nader we have Al Gore as president in 2000 and it's such a better world Where would we be on the climate and everything else Wouldn't have gone into the house would have been better No Afghanistan no stupid war and Iraq Yes probably no 9 11 because he would have listened to the intelligence Okay let's not start 21 minutes after the hour this portion of the show brought to you by my mom sucks Cycling's ox today you know of course I'm wearing my Ukrainian themed white shirt And my mom is cycling socks I got all the comments No matter if you're a cowboy or not Okay Bombas All right Sam I think you've said enough these days All right I'm sorry Okay It never apologizes for anything No All right Sorry about that For every pair you buy they give a pair to someone in need and they have branched into the most comfortable seamless t-shirts and underwears Thank you Okay I'm just saying socks underwear t-shirts the three most requested clothing items at homeless shelters That is why.

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"900,000 people" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"900,000 people" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Demonstrators held that they called a car caravan protest in downtown Minneapolis Friday night and Saturday over the police killing of a 22 year old black man during an early morning raid Miguel Al Maguire has more During the chaos it's unclear if 22 year old Amir Locke who was not named on the search warrant and appears to have no criminal history was ever aware it was police who were storming into the apartment before 7 a.m. Wednesday Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frey announced he's banning almost all no knock warrants following Locke's death He was apparently asleep and holding a firearm which his family's lawyer says was legally owned when he was shot and killed by police Over 900,000 people in the U.S. are dead after contracting the coronavirus According to Johns Hopkins University the U.S. death toll is now over 902,000 The number of cases stands at about 76 million However there's some good news on the vaccine front The CDC says over 212 million Americans are fully vaccinated Airlines canceling flights again as the U.S. deals with the impacts of a winter storm flight aware reports over 1400 flights were canceled Saturday within and tour out of the U.S. it comes as more than 3100 have been delayed Dallas Fort Worth international airport was hit the hardest The countdown to Super Bowl 56 is on It's a week from today And for a lot of folks that means stocking up on NFL gear Customs and border patrol is working with Homeland Security to round up fake merchandise ahead of the big game with officials sending out a reminder that consumers aren't the only ones affected by counterfeit goods It affects American industry affects American innovation And it's going to affect the vendors that are in around SoFi Stadium who have all gone through the licensing requirements.

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"900,000 people" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"900,000 people" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And said, who's in charge of Afghanistan? Well, 99 12 01. It was the Taliban. And now here we are. Call it September. 11 12, who was in charge of the Taliban, who is in charge of Afghanistan 20 years later with us in Taliban, except they're better armed. They have $82 billion of our stuff. And so all of a sudden what the hell was the last 20 years about? You're from a military standpoint, you scratch your head and you want her to be sure, And it's up. You know, One of the things built that, you know, obviously, I'm shocked that a lot of our stuff wasn't destroyed as it was being left behind. So it's not used behind us. But That's for the military folks to comment on, but it's amazing on just What has happened over the last 20 years. And what has not happened over the course of the last 20 years. But one of the things that I'm constantly talking about is that look, we need to get away from this mindset of looking back and trying to prevent another 9 11. Look, I don't care if the cockpit door was reinforced or not. You have somebody tried to gain access and you're going to £43. Yeah, that person or there's no way in the world. They're going to get actually the reinforced cockpit doors. Those were something that was a recommendation in the mid seventies because of all the hijackings that were taking place, But again, even if we'd had reinforced cockpit doors, the policy of airlines was to cooperate with the hijacked Not anymore. Well, absolutely not ability. What we've got to do. We talked about how check bags aren't screened. We need to start screening airline employees. Because we're not doing that anywhere in the country, but five or six airports. Now think of this. Employees are able to go from their car to the secure area on the tarmac without being screened. Now the FAA will screen people randomly but in everyday type of thing. No, you have about 900,000 people. Idea a month that come into contact with these airplanes that have not been screened. If you're talking about the people on the tarmac for airline employees, some of the caterers, some of the cleaners and it stitches to meet boggles my mind because I'm thinking if we're so scared about, you know, screening passengers what they had to start in Atlanta A couple of years ago, when it was discovered, Delta Airline employees were running a gun smuggling ring from Atlanta to New York. Correct so If they had to start it then and the reasons they're not doing it, they said. Well, it's And it's the same excuses bill that they gave us when they said You can't screen bags. Yes, we can find a way to run. How do people get a hold of you? We have about 10 seconds. Jay Ratliff dot com is the easiest way to get hold of me Bill on any aviation. We talked stock stuff, but this is about airlines. So if there's any airline questions Reach out to me there and be more than happy to assist in any way I can. Jay Ratliff. You're a great American. Thank you for coming on the Bill Cunningham show. Thank you. My pleasure. Let's continue. My final comments are next Bill Cunningham with you every Sunday night. Wake up in the know with Birmingham's Morning news.

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"900,000 people" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"900,000 people" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Rains like this has not been remedied. And that is the subway systems flood and they flood fast, and that's what bad like it gets to a point where you look and just see it looks like a waterfall. You know, it's absolutely out of control. They have to shut down everything that to try to put the subway back together again. And when you shut down public transit, or at least a big portion of it in New York, That's not a good thing. A lot of people rely on public transit. They got to get it together, man. They got to figure out how to deal with this stuff For one. I mean, they get out there and blame this on climate change all the one and I know this happens with every single political leader after the Wow, This is what we're seeing. As a result of this not it's like This is easier than that. Your pump system sucks in your subways. Like I guess it doesn't suck. Well enough is the problem. But your pump system does not work in your subways and you end up flooding the whole damn thing out every time And you also built the city is close to the water as you possibly can. Manhattan is used every square inch of room They have. But for all the things they've done, right, the rain thing. I'm sure there's some changes they can make. They need to do something about this After seeing what this flooding dead. I just think it's so interesting to see the parallel of how it's handled their versus how it's handled in Louisiana, and I love this guy. There's a guy I would have plans for you just a second here. Who he was desperate, like so many other people to get the power back on at his house in Louisiana, and he's a real like New Orleans type this guy, so he said he bribed the repair crews with Jumbo Elia. To help get his house up front on the list to make sure that he could get his power restored quicker than everybody else. Not a bad idea. These repair workers are not going to turn down some good jambalaya. Mean does the guy make good jambalaya? I'm hoping he does. I mean, look, he's putting it out there is this is this is the thing he brings to the table. Let's see here's CNN talking about this as this was went down this the situation in Louisiana, turning even more grim temperatures there were soaring in northern Ohio 100,000. Customers across the state are still without power. To make matters worse, Two thirds of the gas stations in New Orleans and Baton Rouge are now out of gas. CNN's Brian Todd is live in Kenner, which is just outside New Orleans and Brian, his power pose all day. Any progress and the background of the CNN shot a gigantic power pole they found that's just in the road. These people and all these people from the surrounding states because it's an awesome thing that they do. These power workers will get in trucks and drive for miles and miles to help everybody out. When you got a problem like this, and they've done that here, he's in Kenner, Louisiana, and at this point they had more than 900,000 people still without power. There is some progress, John, but it is a slow grind of progress and a dangerous one. Take a look at this. This is William Street. Let's go play with this traffic and pedestrians have to navigate around these down power lines here. The poles leaning over those could be active, electrified lines right there. That seems bad pulls down over there. And just beyond that, we saw half a pole hanging completely suspended by wires. So this is the kind of stuff People all over southeastern Louisiana are navigating. We went to a neighborhood in New Orleans east. A short time ago, We talked to one resident there about what it's like to be without power. Watch This guy here is the guy I'm talking about right here. Told me. Look, guys, I fight some fishing midges jumble. I get my poles street. So the reason they're here is because you flag to pick up truck and got these guys..

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"900,000 people" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"900,000 people" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Rains like this has not been remedied. And that is the subway systems flood and they flood fast and they flood bad like it gets to a point where you look and you just see it looks like a a waterfall. You know, it's absolutely out of control. They have to shut down everything that to try to put the subway back together again. And when you shut down public transit, or at least a big portion of it in New York, That's not a good thing. A lot of people rely on public transit. They got to get it together, man. They got to figure out how to deal with this for one. I mean, they get out there and blame this on climate change all the one and I know this happens with every single political leader after the Wow, This is what we're seeing. As a result of this not it's like This is easier than that. Your pump system sucks in your subways. Like I guess it doesn't suck. Well enough is the problem. But your pump system does not work in your subways and you end up flooding the whole damn thing out every time And you also built the city is close to the water as you possibly can. Manhattan is used every square inch of of room They have. I mean, but for all the things they've done, right, the rain thing I'm sure there's some changes they can make. They need to do something about this After seeing what this flooding dead. I just think it's so interesting to see the parallel of how it's handled their versus how it's handled in Louisiana, and I love this guy. There's a guy I would have played this for you just a second here. Who he was desperate, like so many other people to get the power back on at his house in Louisiana, and he's a real like New Orleans type this guy, so he said he bribed the repair crews with jambalaya. To help get his house up front on the list to make sure that he could get his power restored quicker than everybody else. Not a bad idea. These repair workers are not going to turn down some good jambalaya. Mean does the guy make good jambalaya? I'm hoping he does. I mean, look, he's putting it out there is this is this is the thing he brings to the table. Let's see here's CNN talking about this as this was went down this the situation in Louisiana turning even more grim temperatures there are soaring and whether 900,000. Customers across the state are still without power. To make matters worse, Two thirds of the gas stations in New Orleans and Baton Rouge are now out of gas. CNN's Brian Todd is live in Kenner, which is just outside New Orleans and Brian Eugene, his power pose all day. Any progress and the background of the CNN shot a gigantic power pole they found that's just in the road. These people and all these people from the surrounding states because it's an awesome thing that they do. These power workers will get in trucks and drive for miles and miles to help everybody out. When you got a problem like this, and they've done that here, he's in Kenner, Louisiana, and at this point they had more than 900,000 people still without power. There is some progress, John, but it is a slow grind of progress and a dangerous one. Take a look at this. This is William Street. Let's go play with this traffic and pedestrians have to navigate around these down power lines here. The poles leaning over those could be active, electrified lines right there. That seems bad holes down over there. And just beyond that, we saw half a pole hanging completely suspended by wires. So this is the kind of stuff People all over southeastern Louisiana are navigating. We went to a neighborhood in New Orleans east. A short time ago, We talked to one resident there about what it's like to be without power. Watch This guy here is the guy I'm talking about right here. Okay, Look, guys, I fight some fishermen jumble. I get my poles street, So the reason they're here is because you flag to pick up.

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"900,000 people" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"900,000 people" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We've already got 900,000 people on it. You need to understand that we spent the last 20 years in here programming. Every piece of parcel in Cook County. That's all 1.8 million parcels. We can tell you who paid and when who owns it. If there was a name change if somebody went for an appeal how much the taxes were over 20 years. If they went up, they went down. We can tell you if somebody wrote us a letter if they didn't wrote us a letter if they came to the counter if they send us an email But if you go onto your phone, your iPad or your computer for yourself or anyone, you know from any country in the world. You can get to cook County Treasurer calm and when you get there, If you're an ethnic who doesn't understand this in English? We are now up in 108 languages, and we just finished last week doing a Bulgarian, a Romanian and a tie reception. Why would we do that? W G N listeners because We've had 13,000 Bulgarians download off of our website. This property tax system. Ana is so complicated that it is difficult to understand it in English. So why is that happening? If you wake up in the morning in Greece or Serbia, Bulgaria or Romania or Latin America in Hispanic country, you don't say did I get an exemption? Even my daughter or a millennial doesn't say Did I get an exemption? So we're in the process of training and educating people about what that is. So let me tell you what it is. Okay. We also have a caller on the line. That has a question related. So let's get to that in a moment, but go ahead. Okay, But if you get a homeowner's exemption, it means that you've lived in the house for over a year. And you're a homeowner. You don't have to be any specific age. So if you don't do it And you've lived in that house for three years. You can come to my website and apply and get $1500 back. You punch apply here and in 4 to 6 weeks, I send you $1500 back. Likewise..

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"900,000 people" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"900,000 people" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Medical anything, you know, scientific related to medicine. And they put out Story. That said, Listen to this. I'm going to read you a quote. We stand together too strongly condemn conspiracy theorists suggesting that covert 19 does not have a natural origin. This was written by a group of virologist and others. Now It was very Early to be able to make that determination. Scientists ready for this other quote overwhelmingly conclude that this Corona virus originated and wildlife by the way, the World Health Organization has agreed with this when the Chinese told them this is where it came from. Yeah. Of course, Donald Trump was smart to pull us out of the World Health Organization. Here's the thing. The land set letter. That letter, put together by the virologist was drafted by Peter Dacic. Now Peter Daz IQ is the president of New York City based Eco Health Alliance. Hold on a second. Daz X Organization funded Corona virus Research at the Woman Institute of Virology. If the stars to virus had indeed escaped from the research he funded Spasic. Would be potentially culpable. See he was spending money through his organization with this lab. This is no conspiracy theory. And if that funding that he did contributed to this, he'd be in a lot of trouble. Now can I just let you know that at the end of this letter and column that they posted in the land set it had this line We declare no competing interests. That means that as a scientist, you know, do you accept that? Yes, because your scientists, but you may work for certain company. You have to let everyone know when they read your article. They have to assume that you're being completely objective. You have no horse in this race. Well, obviously, Peter Dacic had a horse in that race, but the media it was it was done. It was in the land set. The land sat is like the Journal of the American Medical Association. It's fact it's fact. When in fact, it wasn't And where are we in determining Who's responsible for this? Fauci said. Well, I don't think 900,000 people died from Cove in, but I think more than 531,000 died. Okay, So if it's 700,000 thank you, Chinese Thank you. Chinese Communists. This is on you. And you know what? Where? Helping them to get away with it. This is Infuriating and what's our president's Lee? Be Joe doing? Nothing doesn't even talk to President Ji about this. No. And we're helping the Chinese to get away with it. By the way, if it's 700,000 people who really died from covert, that's more than any individual war we have had. Civil War. World War, one World War to Korea, Vietnam. If it's 700,000 people, that's more Americans who have died in any individual war. Yes, Even the Civil war, which was the bloodiest. It's disgusting. Okay. Mike Armstrong. When we return you're listening to the gym. Pelino. Show your safe space. This treatment. Golf.

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"900,000 people" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"900,000 people" Discussed on WTOP

"Proposing $1400 payments to Americans making up to $75,000 a year as part of President Biden's coronavirus relief package. The proposal comes as Congress begins to piece together the $1.9 trillion relief package that tracks President Biden's plan for battling the pandemic and reviving a still staggering economy. Besides the $1400 direct payments to individuals, Democrats on the House Ways and Means Committee bolstered unemployment benefits and offered more generous tax breaks for families with Children for lower earners. And for those buying health insurance on marketplaces created by the Affordable Care Act. I'm Julie Walker. President. Biden also wants to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour. But a new report from the Congressional Budget Office finds challenges and benefits to that proposal. The CBO says the change would Costas many is 1.4 million jobs. It would also increase the deficit by $54 billion over 10 years Now. On the other hand, the CBO said that the higher wage would live to 900,000 people out of poverty and raise income levels for 17 million people is still unclear if the wage hike will be Included in the Democrats Coronavirus Relief package Coming up, airline passengers could face some new pandemic restrictions. It's 9 37. Okay, set it down over there and then go to Bay. Five indeed knows unexpected growth can stretch your business. Then you keep going like Amir's warehouse to expand capacity. He needs to get started Hiring right right away. I need a.

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"900,000 people" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"900,000 people" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Nearly 900,000 people in Virginia have received their first doses so far. Another 206,000 have been fully vaccinated. When will kids in Montgomery County go back to in person learning? We should learn more later today. The latest plan is to have kids go back to school buildings and phases starting March 1st with special Ed Kids parent Elizabeth Hale was with the group together again and CPS. I'm glad to see that I'm CPS is presenting a plan that will finally start returning small groups of kids, but we should be moving forward more quickly to return more students. A spokesperson for the Montgomery County Education Association teachers union, said Phil wait until after the board of that acts to comment. Heather Curtis found W M A. L N w a l dot com In Maryland has a deli gets his voted to override Governor Larry Hogan's veto of a comprehensive K through 12 education measure. The bill would boost school funding by billions of dollars over a decade. The House needed 85 votes or three fits for an override. It got 95. The Maryland Senate will still need to override the veto for the measure to become law. It's the first of several veto override votes expected in Annapolis. This week. The Fairfax County governments trading in some under used asphalt for a better purpose. It's the outer ring of the parking lot of the Fairfax government Center. It's underutilized space. So we're going to explore putting it to a better use. Supervisor James Walkinshaw says. He's only seen that lot.

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Minimum Wage Hike Would Help Poverty but Cost Jobs, C.B.O. Says

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Minimum Wage Hike Would Help Poverty but Cost Jobs, C.B.O. Says

"Would raise the federal minimum wage to 15 bucks an hour. But a new report from the Congressional Budget Office shows that the change would cost 1.4 million jobs and increase the deficit by $54 billion over a decade. CBO says the higher wage would lift 900,000 people out of poverty and raise income levels for 17 million people. It's not clear if the wage hike is going to be included in the final bill. One of the

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$15 Minimum Wage Would Cut Jobs, Reduce Poverty, CBO Study Finds

Todd and Don

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

$15 Minimum Wage Would Cut Jobs, Reduce Poverty, CBO Study Finds

"Thermostat temperature yesterday, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office gave both sides a little bit of ammunition. In this debate, the proponents seized on the CBO data. Phasing in a $15 minimum wage by the year, 2025 would lift 900,000 people out of poverty and boost the pay for 27 million workers. What the critics heard doubling the minimum wage would cost 1.4 million jobs and add $54 billion to the deficit. The CBL ran a similar study in 2019, predicting an increase in pay for 27 million and 1.3 million jobs would be lost in 1.3 million lifted out of poverty. So there you go. So against the backdrop of us this

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$15 Minimum Wage Would Cut Jobs, Reduce Poverty, CBO Study Finds

Papa and Lund

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

$15 Minimum Wage Would Cut Jobs, Reduce Poverty, CBO Study Finds

"It's a major flashpoint for politicians should the minimum wage be increased to $15 an hour as president Biden has proposed, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office has weighed in and the highlights just how difficult a decision this is. The CBO says raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour would cost 1.4 million jobs over the next four years. But it would also lift 900,000 people out of poverty. Goldman Sachs estimates the chances of raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour is unlikely and predicts a 10 to $11 range will be approved.

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"900,000 people" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"900,000 people" Discussed on KOMO

"Coming, Johnson Yes, you were curious here. Early poll numbers for President Biden's administration show this typically honeymoon period for a new president, Marc Ratelle lard. Often presidents enjoy high approval ratings in their first months in office, and Biden is no different. In his first week, Biden has yielded high approval ratings for his response to cope in 1969%, as well as in confidence in his ability to unify the country at 57%. That's from a new ABC News Ipsos poll out Sunday. Biden's honeymoon may give him a chance to maneuver on policy to deal with his biggest challenge, covert 19 in a very divided country. Marco Malard ABC News Your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on Co Moh news. Even on Sunday at 20 and 50 past the hour we have a weekend edition of the Propel Insurance, Money and Business Update all eyes on the Senate this week with confirmation hearings for more of President Biden's nominees expected to take place. They include Janet Yellen, Mr Biden's choice for Treasury secretary who's encouraged Congress to go big on the next round of covert 19 stimulus, if confirmed, yelling would be the first woman to run the Treasury. Expected decision on interest rates from the Fed, which Yellen used to chair on Wednesday. The weekly jobless claims report will be released on Thursday last week showed about 900,000 people filed for unemployment benefits. Economists say. While that's down from the highs that we saw toward the end of the summer, the number still shows that employers are not hiring, and in many cases, they're cutting a lot of jobs. Look for earnings this week from Tesla and Apple. At the close on Friday, the markets were mostly lower. The Dow was off 179 points. The S and P 512 points in the red with the NASDAQ was 12 points in the black. Burial. Bigger ABC News. A different future.

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"900,000 people" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"900,000 people" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Celebrity lawyer from Argentina got vaccinated while visiting the Sunshine State. We reached out to both women but did not hear back. Oh, no. Why did they call you back? Sounds like my dating life back in high school women but did not hear back. I did not hear back and sort of a slap in the face. Yeah, that's how I felt the right sort of a slap in the face. But to this community that is just really trying to get vaccinated. Francis stories is the mayor of Miami, where the vaccine supplies already limited. What do you propose happens? There needs to happen then to prevent those who are coming just for a vaccine. From getting. I think What we need to do is be able to verify people's addresses and make sure that there is someone from the community. The attitude is is almost winning The lottery. Martin Firestone is a travel insurance broker in Toronto, Canada, or the vaccine isn't expected until the fall. Many of his clients usually spend the wind that's wild right in Canada. They're not expecting any vaccine until you know, September October. Why? Because we have it. Sorry. We invented it. We're gonna use it for us for a little while then we might pass it around the world. Many of his clients usually spend the winter months in Florida. They had no intentions of going down this year on Lee when the vaccine became available, or they heard from their friends were down in those communities now and say. I got my first shot already. Why don't you come down? Wow, that's crazy, Right? Flying all way down to Florida Get back soon, All right. We got a great we're live on can find more now. With Debra Mark. The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits has gone down. Some the Labor Department says 900,000 people filed jobless claims last week, Congress has granted a waiver for retired General Lloyd Austin to service President Biden, Secretary of Defense officers have to be out of military for at least seven years.

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"900,000 people" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"900,000 people" Discussed on WTVN

"Is it really 46 46 right now at your severe weather station, NewsRadio 16 w tvn into the news boot for the big story Here is Alison Wyatt. Governor Mike DeWine says today that that statewide 10 Ft. 10 P.m. curfew will likely have to be extended in the days ahead with a very high level and so we're gonna have to continue that on try to Majesty. Look, we would love to get rid of it. The Ohio Department of Health is reporting more than 7271 daily cases of the virus today as well is 109 new coronavirus related deaths. This latest report also shows more than 306 more patients were admitted to Will hire his medical centers around the state to be treated for the virus. The number of jobless Americans continues to head in the wrong direction as well. The Labor Department reports an additional 900,000 people filed for first time unemployment claims last week. Are now close to 16 million people on government assistance nationwide in Ohio more than 42,000 initial unemployment claims were filed last week in the Buckeye State, according to the Department of Job and Family Services. And Columbus police officers will be required to activate their body cameras, body cameras for any enforcement action under Andres Law. Columbus City leaders unveiled their proposal today following the shooting death of Andre Hill last month. You're a B C six first warning, whether some afternoon sunshine today breezy with a high near 43 increasing clouds tonight and a few flurries possible as well as lows dropped down to 28. I'm Alison Wiant. Our next news update Coming up at four o'clock, The Mark Blazer show is back next. It may not be Tuesday, but it's still the perfect night for tacos. So grab some older Paso standard stuff. Taco shells and portables. Older passes. Flat bottom shelves and bowls.

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"900,000 people" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"900,000 people" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"At another protest, people smashed windows at the Democratic Party headquarters. After marching through the streets. Sergeant Kevin Alan says they arrested eight adults. Charges range from criminal mischief, possession of a destructive device riot and reckless burning on that Newell for CBS News. Portland, Oregon Business is located. Trump Tower in New York City are hoping security downgrades bring a return to normal. Now that the former President Donald Trump's left office East Midtown Partnership President Rob Burns says the area disruptions will can't end soon enough. Anything we can do to bring more people in and make people more comfortable when they're shopping. Is extremely important, Burns says. The road closures, constant protests and extra Lauren Force Mint on site greatly reduced foot traffic for his business. 308 off the Wall Street andro Day is at Bloomberg don't want to jinx anything, but we could set some more records today. We have less than an hour to the closing balance. We're looking okay here right now. Dow up 48. NASDAQ up 90 S and P 500 up eight points. But stubbornly high jobless claims numbers have investors keeping a little cautious with these averages. A snapshot of the labor market chose jobless claims remain elevated. On the last week, unemployment lines got a little shorter. There's 900,000 people filed for jobless benefits for the first time That's down 26,000. From the week before home builders are in a position to hire more workers. New Home construction rose for 1/4 straight month in December to the fastest pace since late 2006. It was smack dab in the middle of a massive housing market bubble, so we'll see how this one.

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Jobless Claims Remained Elevated Last Week

WBZ Afternoon News

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Jobless Claims Remained Elevated Last Week

"Now. Dow up 48. NASDAQ up 90 S and P 500 up eight points. But stubbornly high jobless claims numbers have investors keeping a little cautious with these averages. A snapshot of the labor market chose jobless claims remain elevated. On the last week, unemployment lines got a little shorter. There's 900,000 people filed for jobless benefits for the first time That's down 26,000. From the week before home builders are in a position to hire more workers. New

"900,000 people" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"900,000 people" Discussed on AP News

"News. Good morning. I'm Ed Donahue. President Biden will kick off his national coronavirus strategy today. The AP, Sandra Madani reports that includes boosting the use of masks. Shortly after taking office. Yesterday he signed an executive order mandating masks be worn on federal property. Today, you'll issue another requiring Americans wear masks while traveling, whether on planes, ships, Busses or trains. It's a sharp break from his predecessor who had said masks were optional. You can do it you don't have to do and I'm choosing not to do it. The mask mandates among 10 pandemic related orders. The new president will issue today as he looks to boost testing and vaccine availability and reopen schools and businesses. After warning the nation in his inaugural address of Rough times ahead, we're entering what may be the toughest and deadliest period of the virus. SOCCER Megane Washington The United States is back at the World Health Organization. This is a good day for W two. And a good day for global help. The U. S had pulled out of the W. H O during the Trump administration. Dr Anthony Fauci says the U. S will strengthen and reform the W H 02 helped lead The collective effort to strengthen The international Covert 19 response. 900,000 people filed for unemployment last week a high number but lower than the week before. Police in Portland, Oregon, say protesters damage the headquarters of the Democratic Party of Oregon overnight. Eight people were arrested. Some demonstrators carried a sign reading. We don't want Biden, we want revenge. A federal judge released a Pennsylvania woman while she faces charges she helped steal a laptop from the office of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. During the capital riot someone who was in Atlanta combing Maryland near Pennsylvania and West Virginia bought a Powerball lottery ticket worth $731 million. The mega millions prize is still up for grabs. $970 million That drawing is tomorrow night. This is AP News. Video showing dancing robots has gone viral more than 23 million.

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"900,000 people" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"900,000 people" Discussed on AP News

"AP News Good Morning I'm Ed Donahue. President Biden will kick off his national coronavirus strategy today. The AP, Sandra Madani, reports that includes boosting the use of masks Shortly after taking office. Yesterday he signed an executive order mandating masks be worn on federal property. Today, he'll issue another requiring Americans wear masks while traveling weather on planes, ships, Busses or trains. It's a sharp break from his predecessor who had said masks were optional. You can do it you don't have to do and I'm choosing not to do it. The mask mandates among 10 pandemic related orders. The new president will issue today as he looks to boost testing and vaccine availability and reopen schools and businesses. After warning the nation in his inaugural address of Rough times ahead, we're entering what may be the toughest and deadliest period of the virus. Sodom AGONY. Washington The United States is back at the World Health Organization. She's a good day for wh o And a good day for global help. The U. S had pulled out of the W. H O during the Trump administration, Dr Anthony Fauci says the U. S will strengthen and reform the W. H O, who helped lead The collective effort to strengthen The international Covert 19 response. 900,000 people filed for unemployment last week a high number but lower than the week before. Police in Portland, Oregon, say protesters damage the headquarters of the Democratic Party of Oregon overnight. Eight people were arrested. Some demonstrators carried a sign reading. We don't want Biden, we want revenge. A federal judge released a Pennsylvania woman while she faces charges she helped steal a laptop from the office of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. During the capital riot someone who was in Atlanta combing Maryland near Pennsylvania in West Virginia bought a Powerball lottery ticket worth $731 million. The mega millions prize is still up for grabs. $970 million Drawing is tomorrow night. This is AP News. Video showing dancing robots has gone viral more than 23 million views..

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"900,000 people" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"900,000 people" Discussed on KGO 810

"Tribal We've studio in Burlingame. Some Bay Area politicians weighing in on today's inauguration of President Joe Biden. Former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown spoke with Kjos Path. Thurston has some ideas he doesn't maintain. In his speech that his ideas constant of the answer. What he did exhibit though, was that there is a place for everybody in this system, and it is in this democracy and he intends to have everybody participates. And Congresswoman Jackie Spear telling path that President Biden will use his relationships to make changes been a master of making deals when he was in the U. S Senate and hopefully, his long term relationship with Mitch McConnell will be helpful in this very important 1st 100 days. San Francisco leaders concerned the city has no coordinated effort to roll out covert 19 vaccines by public and private providers. So Supervisor Matt Haney is asking health systems like UCSF and Kaiser to detail their plans before a city committee supervisor. Haney says the city's covered 19 dashboard has been inadequate and helping residents find out where and when they can get the shots. That system went up and down. In some cases, sent dozens of text messages or no confirmation at all. There is still no public plan, and I hope that this changes in the near future for the rollout that I've seen no clear plan for outrage and no way for people to volunteer or help. Supervisors say their goal is to have 900,000 people in San Francisco, vaccinated by the end of June through mass vaccination sites and private health care providers. Cal fire lifting evacuations today for homes that were threatened by wildfires in the Santa Cruz mountains. The Panther and Freedom fires burned 100 acres, but no structures were lost to no injuries reported officials expect to have full containment of the fires by sometime this evening..

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California Throws Open COVID Vaccines To Anyone 65 And Older

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

California Throws Open COVID Vaccines To Anyone 65 And Older

"California seniors are now eligible to get the Corona virus vaccine on Adele Prod O of Redwood City says she's looking forward to getting shot. Nice thanks from me, because at my age It is very important to be free to move. Health officials say. Seniors 65 older can now schedule an appointment across the Bay Contra Costa County has been trying to get as many as 7000 people vaccinated today is they have about 900,000 people eligible for

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"900,000 people" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"900,000 people" Discussed on AP News

"In the Senate is at stake. Vice President Mike Pence is in Georgia. He says the nation's liberties are at stake for our liberties. For a Senate majority that will respect Most cherished freedoms. Georgia. We need Senator David Perdue and Kelly Leffler back in a Republican majority in the United States Senate way do The president's arrival comes days after he called Secretary of State Brad Rapids Burger about the presidential results in Georgia. The real truth is that one by 400,000 votes at least That's the real truth. Next time we have a race for president, your Republicans are gonna have to do a better job of raising money and turning out the vote. The president has heard pressuring Rapids Burger to find enough votes to overturn Joe Biden's victory. I'm Ed Donahue account will be counted correctly that you could vote after you could vote early And tomorrow you can get out to vote it and right now, based on the turnout model that we've seen as a Republican We need to get 900,000 people out to vote, a million baby from better. He just has bad data, and that's what we tried to help him understanding. For example, I mentioned that he had think over 1000 people listed on their records. People had passed away, he said. They voted here in Georgia. Records show that there's only two all political eyes are on Georgia a day before Twin runoff elections that will determine Senate control. If either of the Republican incumbents Kelly Leffler or David for do way, and the GOP will keep its Senate majority. Democrats are counting on newcomers Jonah's AFF and Raphael Warnock to give them Senate control and Joe Biden a leg up once he takes office. Biden will be there today as well. President Trump a day after pushing Georgia Secretary of State Brad Rapids Burger to find enough votes to overturn Biden's win in the presidential race. As the president continues railing without evidence of Georgia electoral fraud, Rapids Burger tells the AP The president's focus should be on turning out GOP voters tomorrow, Your vote will count will be counted correctly. Santorum AGONY Washington Thank.

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Nearly 900,000 people in the U.S. filed new state unemployment claims last week

The KFBK Morning News

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Nearly 900,000 people in the U.S. filed new state unemployment claims last week

"Clark. The Dow industrial average dropped more than 1% of its value at the opening bell. It's recovered slightly, but still down. That's due in part to another. A week of historically high unemployment claims. ABC is Erica Turkey has details nearly 900,000 American workers filed new claims for unemployment benefits last week. It is the 30th straight week of historically high jobless claims as the pandemic continues to hit the American economy. Major employers like ABC News parent company Disney, along with United Airlines, and all state have announced layoffs in recent weeks and Maura layoffs are expected in the

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Number of Americans applying for jobless aid jumps

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Number of Americans applying for jobless aid jumps

"Hey, guys. The number of Americans who applied for jobless benefits in early October actually shot up to its highest level in seven weeks as possibly a sign that fresh outbreaks of the Corona virus and some other states Have hurt employment again. The US jobless claims climbed 53,000 to a seven week high. We still have almost 900,000 people out of work because this Corona virus and concerns about that Very same thing and fading hopes for any furthers fiscal stimulus from Congress, which really

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