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"Warm with a high near 91 alone near 73 right now, part cloudy and 77 degrees, the fighting over whether the state or local leaders have control over the implementation of mask requirements continues. Paris SDS mandate is on hold as Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton sues the school district over it. W B A. P S. Clayton Neville says A federal district judge in Lamar County temporarily blocked the requirement. Parasite ASD took a different approach than other Texas school districts. It incorporated masks into its dress code. But the state still pushing back. In a statement, Attorney General Ken Paxton said the law is clear and that Paris is wasting resources on what he called him possible lawsuits. This week along. Paxton has filed lawsuits over the requirements against districts in Waco, Longview, Paris and others. And Amazon is on a massive hiring blitz offering thousands of jobs in North Texas in DFW. Amazon says it's planning to hire around 11,000 workers and 17,000 workers statewide nationwide. Amazon says he's planning to hire someone 125,000 delivery and warehouse workers. Pain employees an average of $18 an hour competition for part time workers has become so heated last week, UPS promised to hand out job offers in 30, minutes after candidates applied for seasonal jobs. Chad Dixon. W B A P NEWS TEXAS BUSINESS Real time numbers on Wall Street. The Dow was up 95 points, NASDAQ Down four points and the S and P. 500 up 11 points from.
"95 points" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Lucky we got out with their lives in south central Oregon. The so called bootleg fire has charred more than 300 Square Miles. That's uncontained. Officials in southern Florida say the death toll has risen to 95 people from the collapse of the condominium building in Surfside. Recovery teams have continued to search the rubble of the 12 story building. Authorities say that 14 people remained potentially unaccounted for. Stocks open higher this morning as investors wait to hear from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell, NPR's Scott Horsley reports. The Dow Jones industrial average rose about 100 points in early trading. The Fed chairman's testifying both today and tomorrow before congressional committees. In his prepared remarks, Powell points to strong economic growth, thanks to ongoing vaccinations and a reopening from the pandemic lockdown. PAL says the job market has improved but still has a long way to go to get back to full employment. The Fed chairman acknowledges inflation has increased notably and says price hikes are likely to remain elevated in the coming months before eventually moderating The Labor Department said yesterday. Prices in June were 5.4% higher than a year ago. That's the sharpest increase since 2000 and eight Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington on Wall Street. At this time, the Dow is now up 95 points at 34,983. The NASDAQ is up 96 points It's at 14,773. This is NPR. Pope Francis has been discharged from Rome hospital after having intestinal surgery last week. He's now returned to the Vatican doctors removed a large part of the pontiff's colon. He remained hospitalized for 10 days. France's Bastille Day parade returned today after last year's hiatus due to the pandemic. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports that this year Spectators had to have a negative coronavirus test to attend President Emmanuel.
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"We'll start with the news update from NPR and NEWS 88 7 State Live from NPR News in Washington. I'm Corvette Coleman. Senate Democrats have reached an agreement among themselves on a major budget deal. The plan spends $3.5 trillion over the next decade on issues such as climate change, healthcare and social services. NPR's Susan Davis reports. The spending plan is a priority for President Biden. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer announced the deal along with all 11 Democrats on the Budget Committee. 3.5 Trillion is far less than progressive Democrats had hoped for, but near the maximum of what moderate Democrats were willing to spend. Few details of the plan are locked in. But Schumer said it would expand Medicare to help seniors pay for dental vision and hearing coverage. Virginia Senator Mark Warner said the plan would be fully paid for Democrats have previously indicated they plan to roll back some of the trump tax cuts affecting corporations and the wealthy to pay for expanding the social safety net for the middle class. Susan Davis. NPR NEWS Washington The National Interagency Fire Center says there are 67 large fires burning in the U. S. And nearly all of them are in the West. One of the largest wildfires is in California. The backward complex fire is on the state's eastern border with Nevada and has scorched nearly 150 square miles, and it's about two thirds contained. California resident Rose Roberts says her house survived the fire, but her neighbor's homes have been destroyed Its devastating you know, you feel sorry for him, but We're lucky we got out with their lives in south central Oregon. The so called bootleg fire has charred more than 300 Square Miles. That's uncontained. Officials in southern Florida say the death toll has risen to 95 people from the collapse of the condominium building in Surfside. Recovery teams have continued to search the rubble of the 12 story building. Authorities say that 14 people remained potentially unaccounted for. Stocks open higher this morning as investors wait to hear from Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell, NPR's Scott Horsley reports. The Dow Jones industrial average rose about 100 points in early trading. The Fed chairman's testifying both today and tomorrow before congressional committees in his prepared remarks. Powell points to strong economic growth. Thanks to ongoing vaccinations and a reopening from the pandemic lockdown. House has the job market has improved, but still has a long way to go to get back to full employment. The Fed chairman acknowledges inflation has increased notably and says price hikes are likely to remain elevated in the coming months before eventually moderating The Labor Department said yesterday. Prices in June were 5.4% higher than a year ago. That's the sharpest increase since 2000 and eight Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington on Wall Street. At this time, the Dow is now up 95 points at 34,983. The NASDAQ is up 96 points It's at 14,773..
"95 points" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Out for in Rockville Hungerford Drive is closed north and south down north of Beers Mill Road due to an accident. So follow police direction there as well. Doesn't garage story pair dot com The W Watch seven forecasts. Mostly cloudy skies on this Saturday, also plenty of humidity out there to start the day two points back in the upper sixties or seventies, so you'll notice the mugginess out their highs today should reach the need to possibly upper eighties under mostly cloudy skies with the chance for the isolated showers. People 95 points East later on tonight. Partly cloudy flows back in the seventies across region for your Sunday in humid High temperatures even lower nineties I'm seven news meteorologist, Alex will get the store much setting Weather center. It's a podcast about money. But stacking Benjamin's not only has great financial insight it's laid back with humor Tune Park Insider Robert Niles, where you headed My first choice of Universal Studios Japan to see that new super Nintendo walls The kids have gone across the street. There's gigantic water park is called Hurricane Bay or something. They all have names that sound like Hurricane thunder. Whatever Apocalypse Apocalypse, I'll pay money for that. Exactly Listen. And subscribe to stacking Benjamins on apple podcasts or wherever you get your shows, Team USA is training hard and ready for the Olympic Games. And so is Jacob. I've got my lucky shirt and Xfinity Flex. Yeah. Jacob's family got Xfinity Internet with the best WiFi for their homes and a flex four k streaming box free plus peacock premium included. So Jacob is ready for anything. Go Team USA. With medal ceremonies. Highlights Interviews been more plus apps like Disney, Plus Netflix and Hulu. It's all of Jacob's favorites in one plate, Can you Internet do that? Get ready for the Olympic Games with Xfinity Internet for only 34 99 a month for 24 months with one year agreement and get a flex four k streaming box free plus peacock premium included Oper ends June 30th. So go to Xfinity dot com. Call 1 800 Xfinity or visit a store today to learn more requires paper was building an auto pay restrictions apply new performance pro cost..
"95 points" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Winning the Norris Trophy, but he certainly has a case. I think his improvement Especially on the defensive end has been Pretty impressive. For still how young he is. We sometimes forget how young Kalma cars As far as Nathan MacKinnon goes. Lining up the Stats. That voters will take into account. Points. Let's start with goals build up the drama goals. Austin Matthews was number one. Connor McDavid's was number two. Nathan MacKinnon way down on the list. Okay, because He gave up so many opportunities to Mikko Rantanen this year. That was part of the reason why his goal numbers were not as high assist wise. Nathan MacKinnon was the top five. Was top five in the NHL. Connor McDavid's was number one. And Austin Matthews was way down on the list. Awesome. Matthews does not set up his teammates. He expects them to set him up. So As it comes out in the wash. For total points this year. Carmack David number one in the NHL. Austin Matthews tied for fourth. And Nathan MacKinnon eighth. Nathan MacKinnon. Is arguably the best player on the planet. Now I know that's tough to say that after the last couple of games, but he is Right? He is also the best player on the best team in hockey. The president's trophy winning Colorado Avalanche Nathan McKinnon is their best player. That is why he is on this list. I don't think He puts up a strong enough. Statistical case. This is not one of his better. Regular seasons. In terms of where he ranks in the NHL. Just not It's pretty good. Lot of guys would take one of Nathan McKinnon's worst seasons as their best season. But I don't think it's his what he has going for him his best player on best team. That's the argument for Nathan MacKinnon Best player on best team. Statistically. Its economic Connor McDavid's Right and consumer David Even though you know, last year Leon dry Seidel. The argument against him was he wasn't even the best player on his own team. Uh, Connor McDavid's is the best player on that team, and he had an unbelievable statistical season. And Edmonton made the playoffs. I think Connor McDavid's Is your heart trophy winner and I don't know that it will be especially close. And with Austin Matthews, it was the look at what he did for one of the NHL premier franchises. Right, Anyone The rocket Rashard, so That's why they're on there. You look back to 2017 where I think that Nathan MacKinnon rightly deserve the Hart Trophy and was robbed by Taylor Hall, whose real What he had on Nathan MacKinnon was that his team Picked up more points in a weaker conference and he played in the tri State area. And I will go to my grave saying that's why Taylor Hall when the M V P back in 2017 Nathan MacKinnon was better, statistically in every category. Every single category he was better than Taylor Hall. Still, statistically, he was the better player. Would argue 95 points in the Western Conference are more valuable than 97 in the East. But you look at this year. I just don't think Nathan MacKinnon has quite the argument that he did back in 2017. I'd love to see him win it. The guy deserves one. Right. Maybe this year is not his best statistical year, And it's a bad year when Connor McDavid's scores what he scored this year like 250 points. The guy was unbelievable. Nathan MacKinnon. Deserves a Hart trophy, but he was probably more deserving in years past than he is this year. But we'll see. I mean, I think that Again. Philipp Grubauer is the as best chance, and I think That's that's the hill. I'm willing to die on. Philipp Grubauer being the Vezina Trophy winner is the hell I'm willing to die on with Nathan MacKinnon. And with Kale, my car I could make a case. There certainly deserving of being finalists. But I think that there is Someone in the field that is probably more deserving than they are. Who knows? Maybe this year, Nathan MacKinnon will get one because the voters will look and say, Oh, my God, How does he not have a hard trophy?.
"95 points" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Jordy. It will give the court an opportunity to reconsider its major rulings on abortion. Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood versus Casey. Ah High Court will hear the case sometime after fall. Former police officers 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. Harder pulled over Wright's car April 11th police say expired plates for the reason, writes. Mother says it was a dangling air freshener. As 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 that 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, many large retailers in the U. S air dropping their mass requirements based on updated guidance from CDC. CDC says. In most circumstances fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear masks indoors or outdoors. Here's NPR's Allison Aubrey, following the CDC is guidance to ease masking for vaccinated people last Thursday chains including Trader Joe's, Costco, Starbucks and Wal Mart have dropped mass requirements. Asking, is still recommended on public transportation and in schools, and CDC Director Rochelle Wolinsky says the agency is working on more updated guidance as more people are vaccinated. CDC is hard at work now, saying, What does this mean for schools for travel four camps for businesses? Wal Mart is offering a $75 bonus for employees to get vaccinated. And the company says it supports employees who may choose to continue to wear masks after they're fully vaccinated. Allison Aubrey NPR NEWS The United States is slated to send an additional 20 million covert 19 vaccine doses to other countries, upping the total promise to 80 million so far. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the latest shipments will go out by the end of June. The Dow Jones industrial average is down 95 points at 34,286. The NASDAQ has fallen more than 100 points. It's a 13,318 s and P's down 19 points. This is NPR news Live from KQED News. I'm Brian what San Francisco Supervisors are considering a resolution today to prepare for a potential local election to coincide with the recall vote against Governor Newsome likely this fall. Q B these terrorist, Siler reports City attorney Dennis Herrera has been investigating a city hall corruption scandal. So when Mayor London Breed nominated Herrera to head the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, allowing her to appoint his replacement. It didn't sit well with some supervisors just by the fact that how they got that they're gonna have less independence. Matt Haney is among several supervisors who want breeds news City attorney to face an election this fall, But there's a hitch under the charter. The election has to happen at least 120 days after the vacancy, Otherwise the new appointee won't run until June 2022 so You shouldn't wait will be over 10 months to have the voters weigh in on with that person is, but it's not known when the recall will happen or when Herrera will vacate the office. I'm Terra Siler. KQED news Authorities are investigating the second fire at a conquered church in less than a week. Contra Costa County fire officials say the fire was reported early this morning at the Community Church of the Nazarene. Two alarm fire at the same church last Thursday caused the building's roof to collapse in the second floor to fall onto the first. Fire Officials say that fire started in across space and was caused by a person..
"95 points" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"U S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear a challenge to Mississippi's ban on most abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy, saying it'll limit itself to the question whether all pre viability provisions on elective abortions are unconstitutional. The case is the first on abortion since Justice Amy Cockney Barry joined the court to give it a comfortable 63 conservative majority. It'll give the court an opportunity to reconsider its major rulings on abortion, Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood versus Casey. High court will hear the case sometime after fall Former police officers 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. Harder pulled over Wright's car April 11th police say expired plates for the reason, writes. Mother says it was a dangling air freshener. As 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 that 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, many large retailers in the U. S, or dropping their mass requirements based on updated guidance from CDC. CDC says. In most circumstances, fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear masks indoors or outdoors was NPR's Allison Aubrey, following the CDC is guidance to ease masking for vaccinated people last Thursday, chains including Trader Joe's, Costco, Starbucks and Wal Mart have dropped masked requirements. Asking, is still recommended on public transportation and in schools, and CDC Director Rochelle Wolinsky says the agency is working on more updated guidance as more people are vaccinated. CDC is hard at work now, saying, What does this mean for schools for travel four camps for businesses? Wal Mart is offering a $75 bonus for employees to get vaccinated, and the company says it supports employees who may choose to continue to wear masks. After they're fully vaccinated. Allison Aubrey NPR NEWS The United States is slated to send an additional 20 million covert 19 vaccine doses to other countries, upping the total promise to 80 million so far. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the latest shipments will go out by the end of June. The Dow Jones industrial average is down 95 points at 34,286. The NASDAQ has fallen more than 100 points. It's a 13,318 SNPs down 19 points. This is NPR news. It is 67 degrees. Cloudy skies 12 04 on this. A lobbyist with WB easy news. Covert numbers. Today, Illinois Department of Public Health officials are reporting 946 new confirmed and probable cases of coronavirus in Illinois and say six more people have died. Meantime, officials in Indiana say nine more people in that state died from covert 19 yesterday and they're reporting more than 750 cases..
"95 points" Discussed on WSB-AM
"It's because of a crash clearing out of the left lane. I 20 westbound Western Panella Road exit. 71. You are dealing with an on and off the brakes. Ride out of light, Dona I have more minutes. I'm Veronica Real 95 points. Not that he has told us the news time is 11 31 12 to 15 year olds can start getting the Fizer covert vaccine today. Here in Georgia 14 year old Jacob Lainey rolling up his sleeve. Why is he so eager? I have been out of school for a year even though I've gone through to grade levels. And, um I I haven't been able to see a lot of people that I used to know. The FDA has granted emergency use authorization for the Fizer vaccine. Emory and Moderna are teaming up for vaccine trials for kids under 12 years old, the Atlanta based CDC saying. 58% of adults here in the U. S have gotten at least one dose of the vaccine. These trends give me hope. And still, I continue to emphasize that we must remain diligent and committed to our surveillance and prevention efforts because the emergence of variants could set us back. That is CDC director Dr Rochelle Wolinsky, testifying before a Senate committee this morning. Dealing with the pandemic may have made people think more about others. Nearly three and four Americans said that 2020 made them more selfless. That's according to a recent one poll survey, 87% said they've donated a portion of their paycheck, including those who experienced financial difficulties. One third said they helped dig a neighbor's car out of the snow this past year, and 31% walked their neighbor's dog and that CBS dying King Hall. She reports that the pole was aimed at finding out how people are dealing with the impacts of the pandemic. And the FDA is investigating whether a brand of water might be responsible for making people sick. It's called real water. That company issued a voluntary recall of its alkaline water as the investigation is underway. Meanwhile, the FDA urging consumers, restaurants and retailers not to drink, cook with cell or serve real water, alkaline water until they have more information. WSB news time 11 33 is we take a look at the WSB market Watch The Dow right now is down. 454 points at 34,290. Once of the Dow is down almost 1.5%. The NASDAQ is down, and so is the S and P WSB news time. 11 33 depend on 95.5 wsb for the top local and national news at the top and bottom of every hour And when news breaks, we'll break in immediately. 24 hours a day 95.5 WSB also streaming.
"95 points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Brown County authorities say the incident started at a restaurant in the Oneida Casino near Green Bay in the three people were shot inside the Radisson Hotel connected to the casino. Police then shot the suspect outside the hotel, killing him. No further details have been released about the victims or the gunman. It's the longest ever space mission by a crew aboard an American built spacecraft before astronauts landed safely in the Florida Gulf, right on schedule early this morning. It was also the first night landing of the U. S Space capsule since 1968. It was a record setting night for the Indiana Pacers and the Oklahoma City Thunder. Joel Stern has more. It was the best of times for the Pacers, a franchise record 152 points. But it was the worst of times for the thunder. There. 95 points meant they lost by 57 largest home loss. An MBA history. Pacers forward Domantas Sabonis, who the triple double in the first half when we were just out there having fun, you know, we didn't realize the score most of the time. You know, we're just they're running our place. You know, trying to be aggressive and good things will happen. He finishes with 26 points. 19 rebounds from 14 assists. Bases loaded by as many as 67 late in the fourth largest, leading the game in 25 seasons to weather systems with damaging winds and hail or predicted today in the mountain west in south central states. The National Weather Service says severe storms will hit communities along the front range of the Rocky Mountains, including Denver. The second system will produce violent weather with warm, humid air from the Gulf of Mexico. That system will travel up the Mississippi River, bringing strong winds and rain from New Orleans as far north as.
"95 points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"As Congress moves toward agreement on a spending package that would boost the economy. Treasuries are Well, they're flat to lower ahead of the Federal Reserve's policy decision. We check the markets every 15 minutes. Throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S and P Futures up, 10 points down, Futures up 69 NASDAQ Futures have 41 the DAX in Germany is up 1.6% right now, the 10 year Treasury is down 4 30 seconds, he yelled 300.92%! The yield on the two year is it 20.11% Nymex crude oil at the third of a percent of 16 cents at $47.78 a barrel Comex gold is up half percent, or $10.10 says it 18 65 40 announce the euro 1.2196 against the dollar. British found 1.3516 and the yen is that 103.33. That's a Bloomberg business Flash. Now here's John Tucker with more on what's going on around the World, John Good morning, and Karen, a powerful storm taking aim of the Northeast Today states from Maryland, Massachusetts, preparing for up to a foot of snow. Yesterday. So another 3000 Americans die from covert 19. It's so bad in California, the state starting to stockpile body bags. President Biden scheduled the introduced former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Footage as his nominee for transportation secretary and its sports. Jena's aunt, A canoe PO has assigned the largest contract in NBA history. Staying with the Milwaukee Bucks for another five years for more than a quarter of a million dollars. Global news 24 hours a day on their Hannah Bloomberg quick take power by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. John Tucker. This is Bloomberg. Okay, John. Thank you. It is 5 19 on Wall Street Life from the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers. Studios. This is Bloomberg. Daybreak. Good morning. I'm Nathan Hager. Bit of risk on this morning with optimism toward a Stimulus deal of perhaps taking hold of it in markets ahead of the Fed decision today. All right, so let's get a progress report on where those fiscal talks stand. Bloomberg politics Senator Kathleen Hunter's been watching them for months now it will. It literally has been months, hasn't it? Kate? It has. I think, you know, we saw very quickly back in the spring when the pandemic hit several rounds of stimulus, and then really over the summer, things kind of stalled out and I think that the election and people not knowing exactly people on Capitol Hill, I mean, not knowing exactly how that was going to play out. Lot of factored into you making it difficult to come to some kind of an agreement because neither side really do with their leverage is gonna look like come, you know, mid November December, so I think that's been holding things up. But you know, now they're back at the negotiating table. It sounds like the Big Four, which would be the Republican and Democratic leaders of both the House and Senate had some productive talks yesterday. But you know, they still don't have an agreement in hand. And time is running really short. Well, I mean, there were a couple rounds of talks from what I understand. Yesterday on Capitol Hill lasting a couple of hours. What kind of progress are they reporting at this point? Well, those were really good signs. You know, This is the type of saying that, you know, we see time and again up on Capitol Hill, which is, you know there. There's no agreement. There's no agreement. There's no agreement. Then they get in the room together, and they sit down. They find a way to hash one out. And so I think that You know, this is definitely a promising sign on often, you know, with these types of negotiations, each little piece of it, you know, nothing is agreed to until everything is agreed to. But it does sound like one of the big outstanding questions is whether or not Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, the top Democrats are going to be willing to accept. Not doing the types of state aid that they have been pushing for a long time. And so that's a big open question. Now. We don't really know the answer to that. And it's a question that's gonna have to be answered relatively quickly because the lawmakers are scheduled to head home for the holidays. What after this week, right? That's right. And so, you know part of what's driving. This is obviously the timing of the holiday. But you know as well. There is a government funding debate that's going on simultaneously. And so essentially, what happens is that government funding. They got a slight reprieve about a week long reprieve when government funding was set to expire last Friday, now instead to expire this Friday at midnight. And so that's really what's driving the deadline. Here's you know, Of course, they could do another short term extension. But then they're into the Christmas week and you know that carries its own complications for keeping members around, particularly during covert times and social distancing is important. So I think you know this feels like a pretty hard deadline on Friday, and here we are, You know, Wednesday morning, and there's no agreement yet that being said, you know, Congress is famous for having these sort of last minute deals come together, and this feels like one That could really happen. Do you say nothing's done until every piece of the proposal gets done? We do know That the $908 billion proposal from the bipartisan group is now being divided into two pieces, one of which the state and locally that you mentioned that's been such a sticking point for so long would be safe for later and at the same time we're hearing from state governments, particularly the ones with a lot of population. They're saying that they actually have a lot more windfall in their budgets. Because of the rising stock market and wonder if that is entering into these discussions, whether that is playing into whatever decision could be made on whether state and local aid is even needed right now. Well, absolutely, and make it harder for Democrats to continue to press for that. You know, when we see Nancy Pelosi's home State of California, for instance, being among the states that seeing much higher tax revenue and takes than they had anticipated, New York State is well, Connecticut is another one. And so you know, While this isn't true across the board, and while it may not continue to be true, I think that you know it. It definitely, you know, give them give them the Democrats and out if they do decide to kind of leave the state aid on the cutting room floor and come back to it in January, and also, you know, it makes it harder for them to you continue to press that position, you know, given the time constraints and you know the need for other types of aid. So what are we expecting? In the hours to come here? Is there gonna be more talks at this point? What are we expecting? Yeah. I mean, I'm sure they'll be another round. I'm sure will be more rounds of talks. You know, Typically when these types of things start happening, this is a situation where reporters are out in the hallway. You know, outside of, you know, either the Republican leaders Officer Nancy Pelosi's office in the Capitol, you know, for hours and hours, reading of people negotiate, And so I assume that will continue. Today. Another again driving factor will be that we might get a closer look today at this broad spending bill that appropriators have been putting together. To fund the rest of the government, and you know once that is out there, I think that that's really going to start moving pretty quickly, and that's gonna put additional pressure on the stimulus negotiation talks to come up with something concrete. No, we know you'll continue watching it throughout the rest of this week. We'll see if we can get some kind of deal done before this week is out. Bloomberg politics Editor Kathleen Hunter Will be joining us again later on in the program, with even more of the political news coming out of Washington, including President elect Joe Biden, filling out his environmental team and I'm making some or cabinet picks, so we'll get the latest on that as well. Ahead of all that s and P futures are up. 10 points right now. Dow Futures up 74 NASDAQ futures again of 41 points, 10 Year down 5 30 seconds Now, with the yield at 300.92%, you're listening to Bloomberg Daybreak. Before you drive the all new Nissan Rogue. You gotta ask yourself. How rogue are you gonna go? We.
"95 points" Discussed on WTOP
"Temporarily bypassing federal circle. Southwest is a safety precaution. But bus service has been put in place. Jack Taylor w T o P. Traffic, All right. Lauren Ricketts is here with a really wet forecast for us. Hey, Lauren a there? Yeah. We continue to see that steady rain of pushing across the area right now, and that's going to continue As we go through the morning, I'd say by 89 o'clock we'll really You start to see it. Slow down that steady rain. At least we're already starting to see the back edge of exploding threw up Central Virginia right now, but pretty much all of Maryland and indeed with a lot of steady rain as well as northern Virginia, so this will continue to lead to the North and east as we go through the morning. Then, from about 9 A.m. to noon. Two showers out there. Not that steady rain Maybe them pops of sunshine. Temperatures will student to the sixties during that time, and we'll also have a little bit of a breeze will also have a little bit of humidity, then from about noon to four PM will have a chance for some scattered showers and thunderstorms. Some of those could be strong, leading to some damaging winds with any of the thunderstorms that you develop. Maybe an isolated tornado. Best chance of that's gonna be I 95 points East. Then after four o'clock Buyout capture start to fall out of the sixties and into the fifties. So little breezy, so cloudy will be in the forties. Overnight. We pretty much stay in the forties through the day tomorrow will be breezy. Tomorrow. Windshields will be in the thirties and mix of sun and clouds, Maybe an isolated shower or even a snow shower passing through no accumulation. Breezy on Wednesday as well, We stay in the forties on Wednesday, 55 right now in Washington, Frederick only at 45. Waldorf 56 in Baltimore. 52. Thank you, Lauren 6 52 now, And if the Trump administration gets its way, some states would give up a seat or two in Congress, and many more would lose millions of dollars in federal money under a census plan that the U. S Supreme Court reviews this morning. The justices will hear oral arguments in the case virtually because of the pandemic, they'll.
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"I 95 points east now west of I 95 year dry your cloudy But I do still expect a few showers. We've got a line of showers in West Virginia right now, so you could still see a few showers throughout the day. No sunshine Today we're going to keep the clowns around. We're gonna keep the cool conditions as well. Temperatures Pretty much staying put in the fifties will keep a chance for some rain at least until late tonight. The eye Areas along the Chesapeake Bay probably will see the most and that'll be possibly up to about three quarters of an inch. So not too much rate. I'm not expecting any flooding. But again, we will have that chance until late tonight. And then after midnight, rapid clearing clear skies, temperatures falling quickly, twenties and thirties across the region. I think the city centers will be in the low forties, but we've gotta freeze Watch along the Shenandoah Valley that goes Until 10 a.m. tomorrow morning. That's where you're going to find some areas in the twenties. Bring in those flowers or cover them up. Especially the sensitive ones. Now, as we head through the weekend load, mid sixties, plenty of sunshine this weekend temperatures gradually go up tomorrow. Looks like we have arranged our two on Monday. Most part with dry next week. 56 right now in Washington, Baltimore at 54, Frederick 57 Call Pepper 59, Lauren. Thank you. It's 9 51 here a double e t o p I'm not a campaign 2020 president troubles on NBC Last night It was a town hall after the presidential debate was called off because the president contracted Corona virus and wouldn't do Ah Virtual town Hall. One voter. Asked why Mr Trump believes that corporate Texas should be lower created more jobs in this country has ever created were up to 160 million jobs. We were never even close to that number. We were just.
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"Temperature 7 31 63 degrees. I'll tell you how the weekend starts at 7 36. I'm wsb meteorologist Kirk Melon tight squeeze leaving Marietta into tennis all on I 75 if you're working way up the 5 75 quarter left, laying knocked out with a crash. I 5 75 north out at the deputy, five klicks south of Barrett Parkway. Smile. The mark The case. 95 points on a bee. WSB news time is 7 32. This portion of Atlanta's morning news to spot you by vain. Atlanta Here's Marcie Williams and judging about for the mother of a monarch recalls the ruling of the Briana Taylor case. Heartbreaking, hoping for much better results, and this is what we got are very was fatally shot in February by two white man while out jogging in Brunswick, Wanda Cooper Jones Stills, Channel two action is the difference between her son's case and Rianna Taylor. Is that there was no video of Taylor shooting the men who killed our very have been indicted on murder charges anymore. Information about reported backlogs of absentee ballot applications in some Metro County 12,000 that 2502 now in DeKalb County. When I checked earlier, it was down to one like that is always a moving target, says Erica Hamilton to cab elections director challenges for her and her colleagues and other counties like would net who tells me they're now pretty much staying caught up on arriving requests. Cobb tells me no backlog at all knock on wood. And so back in the cab if you're still waiting for your absentee ballots arrive, says Hamilton, dropping them nobody in the coming days at the track. It's 95.5 WSB. President Trump is asked if he'd commit toe a peaceful transition of power. Should he lose the November election. I have to see what happens, You know that I've been complaining very strongly about the ballots and the ballots. Air disaster. Critics say There's no proof that increased mail in balloting will lead a widespread voter fraud. The president says he's pushing for a knight Supreme Court justice to replace the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg. To resolve any dispute with the election. A report from two Republican led Senate committees concludes The work of Joe Biden, son in Ukraine constituted a conflict of interest time Hunter Biden was working for Barisan. MMA vice President Joe Biden was in charge of Ukraine policy for the Obama administration. However, the report does not implicate Joe Biden in any wrongdoing. My Gracia says the findings claim Hunter Biden cashed in on his father's position. But it's not clear if it made any difference in administration policy. His love of black licorice wound up killing him. Ah, 54 year old. Massachusetts construction worker ate a bag and a half of black licorice every day for almost two weeks before his heart stopped. Doctors worn black licorice is among the foods that can cause a dangerously low potassium rates and electrolytes leading to heart rhythm issues demanded switch from red licorice sticks, toe black weeks before his death, the new mega movie from Marvel sidelined again because of Corona virus forever. With many theaters still closed and other struggling with social distancing restrictions. Disney has postponed black widow with Charlotte, Joe Hansen for a second time. Yes, reporter Deborah Rodriguez says The film was originally slated to debut in May. That date was pushed back until November. Disney now hopes will open in May of next year. The days of late night egg McMuffins may be gone for good McDonald's stop serving all day breakfast during the early days of the pandemic, and now the fast food chain confirms it might not return. Restaurants are evaluating whether to put it back. Take on the menu, and if so, how would they do that? Reporter team? Yukio says all day breakfast was removed to simplify operations in the kitchen. McDonald's admits the decision may depend on customer demand. WSB news time. 7 35. What's what originally led to breakfast all day. People wanted it. I wouldn't do it just because they want to do it because they could sell it. It's 25 till 8 25 minutes away from our 80 of nonstop.
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"Is still in the metro Atlanta area with Fulton, Gwinnett and Cobb County is taking the lead reporting live with Sabrina. Keep it, Michelle, Right, 95.5 WSB. I'll tell you when the chance of rain goes up in five minutes, I'm WSB meteorologist Kirk Melon will be on our way to investigate police activity near to 85 Point Shows Parkway to cancel a road area to ride, though from the eastern suburbs still doing Well out of the cabin in east Atlanta at 20 westbound heading toward downtown around the mark McCain 95 point by the U. S. D a. This portion of Atlanta's winning new sponsored by Ragsdale heating air in plumbing at 602. Here's Marcie Williams. And judging about up take the manhunt for a suspect who shot a Whitfield County sheriff's deputy on Labor Day Dalton potters in custody. He allegedly wounds a civilian and Gordon County before his capture victims hospitalized in stable condition. Potter's been on the run since shooting the deputy who stopped him with a stolen trailer full of explosives. The officers. Ballistic vest saved his life. A second suspect also facing charges The White House is in damage control mode. After investigative journalist Bob Woodward tapes President Trump admitting he knew how bad Corona virus was, but chose to play it down. Wanted to always play it down. I still like playing it down. White House spokeswoman Kayleigh Mcenany denies that the president misled the country is lying to the American people. One day Cove, it will go away, but you've a political analyst Larry Sabato says. The admission is damaging. Not only did he lie to the public He was playing with people's lives. This was a life and death matter. I think this puts him in a terrible life. Democratic presidential candidate Joe.
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"The high near 90 Yesterday was 89 right now. 74 meteorologist Kirk Polish 95.5. Let's check the morning drive again. Our triple team coverage began. So Mark McKay got the investigation now will continue and ongoing this morning avoid bolts and road and I 25 Hollowell Parkway. Instead, that section of Bolton Road just east of I 25 the Center of the investigation after a Georgia State patrol officer on in pursuit, lost control of His or her vehicle went into the wooded area car caught fire. The officer patrol officer is at Grady Memorial Hospital both and rode the North bound rap to exit 13 rampant shut down off of the interlude. Actually, Frasca watching 400 vehicle fire is being doused on 400 North bound past Haines Bridge. Couple of Love Lines open past that 85 South may have new trouble getting down the pleasant hill and traffic to rechristen spaghetti Junction said. Be very careful of a stalled vehicle on the 2 85 east and west ramps to 85 South. Traffic Brought to you by news Nation on W G N America Facts, Not Opinions News, Not Talk watch news Nations Starting tonight at 87, Central on WG and America. Check your local listings. Triple team traffic 95 point point five WSB. Coming up at Atlantis morning New Governor Ryan Kemp's latest executive order when it comes to Corona virus, and the good news he's sharing about the numbers on WSB Sandra Perish and the South Carolina college students suspended for partying like there's no pandemic. Next. That would best be news time. 7 37. Let's say you.
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"Gas filled the air as protesters light fires outside the federal courthouse, Wheeler wound up getting a big dose of the tear gas president Trump standing firm amid criticism of his decision to dispatch federal officers to protect federal property in Portland, Mr Trump plans to send federal officers to other violence plagued cities Chicago and Albuquerque, among them. That's bringing howls of protest from Democrat politicians in this election year. Confident that we can and will defeat the Corona virus president says there's light at the end of that long, dark tunnel. We will get to the other end of that tunnel very quickly. We hope The light is starting to shine. We will get there very quickly And despite a surge in the Sun Belt, the president says statistics show that really progress is being made in the battle against Cove in 19 Congress now considering what the next virus relief package will look like Republican Senator Biggs Scott of Florida wants to make sure the money is spent on virus relief and not to rescue governors who states and become fiscal train wrecks. I'm opposing Is bailing out these states that don't want live within their means. And New York doesn't live with their means. Illinois, California, New Jersey in the states, they don't They don't balance their budgets. They don't have patient plans. They're fully funded. White House and Senate Republicans do have a tentative deal on of $1 trillion virus relief package. We expect to hear more about that later today. Wall Street this morning Down features up 95 points. NASDAQ Teachers 90 points Higher S and P features up 11. More on these stories, town whole dot com. Thinking about life insurance. What if you could make.
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"And and P P 500 500 rose rose for for 1/3 1/3 day day in in a a row, row, while while the the NASDAQ NASDAQ composite composite closed closed at at a a record record high. high. As As an an early early trial trial of of an an experimental experimental vaccine vaccine from from Pfizer Pfizer and buy on Tech showed it's safe and prompted patients to produce antibodies but gains or temperate after California and Arizona reported their biggest daily virus case increases and Houston's intensive care unit succeded full capacity. The Dow finished with the loss of 77 points, down 3/10 of 1% at 25 7 30 for the SNP was up 15 points, about 1/2 of one per cent at 31 15 and the NASDAQ gained 95 points. Nearly 1% at 10,154.