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"Have even gotten limits. But you don't expect a lot of crab this time of year. What's curious is I don't know how many parts Rick has out, so you don't know what his production is like. But if he's got nine people in the boat, and he's able to give folks four crab piece that certainly is a bonus. But, uh, you know, there should be a lot more crab around than that. And so I'm suspicious of what? Uh, this fall is going to look like when we start Hopefully, crab December Well, especially since this past year was not a very good year for crab. It was awful. It was terrible. Yeah. Okay. Thank you. Curl. But listen one last question. Have they completed the barrier across false river near your merino? I was up there yesterday. I would say they're 90%. They should either have a close today or Are supposed to complete by tomorrow. So they were getting close to the closing it yesterday and it will be a matter of bringing raising the the level of the rock barrier up, but it should be closed by today. And so that will be in until probably November 30th the Pampanga when our range season starts, uh, this this fall Okay, Chris. Thank you very much for a plethora of information. All right, Bob, I'll see you. Bye. Bye. Bye. Chris Lawrenson. You want to call Chris? Doubt the harbor Anytime you love to talk fish and 9 to 5757. 1916 kind of interesting here is just barrier going in that prevents saltwater getting sucked into the pumps and to the tune of about $40 million Nobody's talking about it Interesting. We'll be back with Dan Barker right after this cable.
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"William Shatner. I have searched for intelligence in the universe and I have found it everywhere. Except here on Armstrong and getting Take it from Captain Kirk. Increase your learning power with Jack Armstrong and Joe Getty. I don't think that was a compliment. Nonsense, Strong and getting morning 60, 10, moaning and lines. Welcome back to the bench of Hero show, So the narrative on the left is that the police are systemically Racists in terrible in every way and the true danger to black Americans. The evidence to back this incredibly scan see that matter narrative Trump's reality every single time. The continuing narrative over and over and over is that the police are systemically racist at every individual anecdotal incident involving a white police officer and a black suspect that goes bad. Every one of those is evidence that black Americans are existential threat the United States once again, there is no statistical evidence that black Americans are an existential threat in the United States. None Black Americans represent 13% of the population of the United States meeting there about 40 million Black Americans every year. There are fewer than 25 Black Americans were shot unarmed by the police. It is not next potential threats to black Americans. Are far more likely in Black America to be killed by fellow black person than you are to be killed by a white cop. And if you're white, hot, by the way, you are significantly more likely to be killed by a black American than you are likely to kill a black American in the line of duty. By the way that intergroup violence think that's true in trump violence, And that is true of every single racial group in America, with the exception of Asian Americans were most likely to be target, according to FBI statistics by black Americans. If you're white, you're not most likely to be targeted by a black person. You're most likely to be targeted by a white person. If you're black, you're most likely to be target by a black person in your community, and we're talking about extraordinary rates of murder in the black community. And what are the real threat to black life in America? The police rank extremely low on that list and the absence of police Ironically writes extremely high on the list because it turns out the one the police leave more people shoot each other, regardless of race. So that is not the narrative. The media the nerve. The media is that the police are the existential threat to black Americans. Chelsea handler that dolt she tweeted out the other day that why would she obey police orders when there's like a 50 50 shot that even if you obey police orders, you're gonna get shot. Think that statistic is pulled directly out of her ass. She had removed her head from her ass in order to get to the staff. 50 50 shot of being shot by the cops. If you comply with orders, there are 40,000,040 million police interactions with suspects in the United States every year. 40 million civilian police interactions again. The number of black unarmed Americans shot and killed by the police every year is fewer than 30. According to the Washington Post database. It is.
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"Engineering professor at Columbia University, says installing air source heat pumps could help they circulate warm air in and out of your home. But It isn't a quick fix. It will just start of it worth infrastructure we eventually want, he says. That has to happen while making electricity, renewable. Jersey Governor Phil Murphy is considering using federal money to create a relief fund for undocumented immigrants who lost income due to the pandemic. WN Y sees Carinae reports advocates say the administration has floated using about $40 million for direct cash payments to undocumented workers who don't qualify for federal aid or unemployment benefits. But divided among the nearly half a million undocumented immigrants who called the Garden state home. That's about enough to cover a phone bill, New Jersey Immigrant Alliance for Justice Campaign strategists got the assassin called The proposal insulting, fully reflect a lot of political will on the part of the governor's office. Undocumented workers make up about 6.5% of the state's workforce in New York, where they're about 5% of the Labor Force. Lawmakers reached a deal earlier this month to create a $2.1 billion fund. New York City's first East scooters sharing program, a launch in the East Bronx this summer. The city is testing the program before allowing the standing scooters to operate in the rest of the city. W N. Y. C. Stephen Nessen reports. Three companies will drop up to 3000 scooters in the neighborhoods of East Chester, Coop City and Morris Park. The scooters are unlocked with an APP for safety users will only be allowed to travel 10 MPH during their 1st 30 minutes. Then they can go up to 15 MPH users will pay a dollar to unlock each scooter and about 39 cents a minute to ride. The city plans to build more bike lanes in the area where the scooters are located. Next year, the number of scooters in the Bronx made double but the rest of the city will have to wait until the Department of Transportation reviews how the pilot went. 52 mostly cloudy today 47 Now and cloudy on Michael Hill in the W N Y C newsroom. In the next radio lab party. Million infected people is a faith and nobody act as it is when your government seems indifferent to your pain and suffering. What's the right way to protest can process actually hurt? The movement that you're protesting for? The goal is to say.
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"You know, I got my Madonna Early December January, and then the debate I had is one Johnson and Johnson's available and all the contacts and everyone's been vaccinated with their be value and doing that in the fall, and I think they're you know, it's it's a different way of stimulating your immune system. Through the adenovirus is the cold virus. Simulation. Um, I debated that nobody's in the study. I'm sure someone will. I know they're doing a dual vaccine with Johnson and Johnson. They're studying its efficacy as well. But, yeah, hard to say, Well, I mean, it wouldn't It wouldn't hurt you, probably, but it may not help right? Well, I don't think I would hurt you other than these six blood clot cases out of seven million doses and again, we know that there are serious reactions. Any vaccine any vaccine? I don't care if it's Diphtheria, tetanus for testes. Polio whatever. About one in a million people could have a serious reaction to the vaccine, and that's what we've seen with Jan J. Six out of seven million. No, but you got to get your dip Tet. Okay. Jesus. Any time to quote any time she can quote that movie, she will. That's okay. Hi. Any other questions from me? That's that's it for the phones. Do we have we covered the whole Johnson and Johnson pause. Kind of what? We talked about that doctor Kabul. Ah did they really have to pause it because, as you said, it's six cases out of What? How many million? Yeah, So did they have to stop it? And why did well I think it's unfortunate just because it creates more fear in the community and again. I think we noticed that it's about two thirds to 3/4 of these people are women. Tend to be younger 30 40 50 on guy think that we don't know what The underlying causes for that, But for some reason, they have this trombone Bolic stage and you know there are other drugs would do that to hormone replacement therapy, Does it Tobacco does so and But the incidence we expect in the community was one or two cases, and we've had a tripling or or fivefold higher rate than we expected. And it definitely happens within the first 3 to 20 days after the vaccine, So I think the key is if someone Should get a severe Headache or stroke like symptoms like they're going to explode in their head or severe abdominal pain because it affects the cerebral veins or the splenic nicknames in the abdomen. If you get a severe abdominal pain, go to the emergency room immediately, so we can do anticoagulants in care, and the clinicians are aware of it. We can't use the heparin type therapy. We have to use different Therapy because for some reason, the antibody response that makes the blood clot interacts with the heparin. That medication which we would traditionally use. It is interesting, but that only happened six times. Apparently, yeah, in the U. S. I think they've had about 40 million vaccines because The AstraZeneca vaccine was approved, and it's similar technology that was approved in the UK and Europe in January. I think they've done about 40 million over there, and they've had about 400 cases so Again of the rates are quite low. But if you get severe head pain or spirit, Donald Payne that's an emergency room visits for sure. Dr Kabul. Thank thank you very much, and we'll talk to you next week. I felt.
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"A fun fact. The Joint Relief Institute now has a new location in Northbrook, Visit Joint Relief Institute. Calm Your hometown today is Beverly and on a phone line. Let's talk a little bit about one of the businesses in that neighborhood from the Wild blossom. Um, eatery is Greg Fisher. Hey, Greg, it's John. You're on the air. How are you today? I'll fantastic. Well, thanks So much for highlighting Just down here in Beverly. It's not like you that far away, but sometimes we do. Let the neighborhoods get away from us. Right? Everybody goes. Oh, yeah, Beverly and say what was the last time you over one of those places and you say, actually, it's been a long time, So I'm glad we're kind of connecting with you guys today. Well, you know if you jump on the Rock Island train were only about You know, 20 minutes, south Chicago downtown. So what do you guys do? Tell me about your place. We're Amiri. So Mu dory is we produced Any wine mine at 100. So instead of raising grapes, we raise honey bees. And instead of having fingers, we have wild flowers. So we raised these throughout the Chicago Land area. You know, some even downtown the of honeybees. And correct, funny and No, He just kind of cut out there. He's starting to fade. Are you still there? Yeah. Okay. Great. Yeah, that's interesting to me that the honey you're using to produce the mead is actually produced by bees right here in Chicago, huh? Yeah, So it's uh, you know, that's a great area 400, especially down in Beverly. There's a lot of flowers and gardens, and we have bees throughout, like Morton Arboretum and all around amazing around the lake. And the honey is it some of the best in the world? If you talk to some of the other beekeepers here, So then when I getting this, honey and then you turn it into meat. What is meat? What is that Drink? Mead is fermented honey. And you know, everybody thinks all attorney is gonna be sweet, but actually me can be dry or sweet. It's like the total craft average because it could be from any just with honey. Or you could ferment it with grapes, or you could for a minute with peaches or apricots or hot chili peppers or chocolate or whatever you really want to make. And it's the most sustainable one on earth because to make one bottle of these will go out and pollinate about two million flowers that will turn into about 40 million. You seeds, which produces that many new flowers, which is the whole cycle nation right there on the glass. What's the best selling flavor? If you will of your meet our traditional media? You know, we saw quite a few. You know, Benny's actually put a meat section in their stores so they have you know you have your wine, your cider and your needs section. And, um, you know, our biggest seller actually is our traditional me. That's just the straight, honey, But we also do very well with a blueberry need and also hot chili pepper need. Wow. Um fair enough. And then can I consume this beverage? Is it like a bar or Ah Wine room, or we have a meter is just like a tasting room last a winery like anyone around in California. So we have a full tasting bar. And then you can have meat on tapley about 23 needs on top, And then you can also buy me Buy the bottle or the glass. You sell food there, too. Right now. We have you could bring your own food in and we have cheese plates. Where you little building exactly. Whereabouts. Do we find you in Beverly? So we're 90 30, South Hermitage and just off the Rock Island line. She could hop on the Rock island at the The LaSalle Street station and show up on our front door and have it And you know, Beverly is so nice because we have a bike trail. No backyard. Didn't I see it? Thanks and you know, there's a lot of great things down here. Eric Fisher is the president of Wild Blossom Eatery. What's the website of folks want to look it up and find out more literate, calm and we have a great outdoor area and you know we have 200 acres of force behind us, so you'll be in the city. What you feel like you're in the country while the blossom meet ary dot com Greg Fisher. Hey, Fantastic. I haven't been there, Greg. I'm going to make a trip down. Definitely have to come down and you know you can order RB John line or, you know, pick one up at our local retailers were Benny's Okay, Well done, sir. We're going to Beverly. Your hometown, Syriza. Here's a fun fact. The Eiffel Tower grows more than six inches in the summer. Here's an un fun fact. Every day your knees deteriorate. Here's a fun fact. The Joint Relief Institute now has a new location.
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"Since Colorado's mountains are famously upstream of everywhere about 40 million people rely on water from the Colorado River, which, as you might guess, Originates in the Colorado Rockies. Carl what law firm monitors the snowpack in the southwest for the U. S Department of Agriculture. He says it's getting close to normal. But the drought over the previous year didn't just fuel huge wildfires. It also dried out the soil, so when that snow does start to melt We're still expecting that really dry soil moisture conditioned to to absorb a lot of the water water, which normally make it in the streams and rivers and float in Nevada, Arizona and California. So while what law for says the snow is a help, it's still not enough for NPR news. I'm Sam Brash in Denver. Should tipped workers such as waiters, valet's and barbers make the same minimum wage as those who don't earn tips. We hear from both sides of that debate tomorrow. Ask your smart speaker to play NPR or your local station by name, and this is NPR news. It's on W when my C Ah quick call out since the decision to shut down New York City's schools a year ago today, it's been a stressful Stein for students. But there happens some upsides, right? Plenty of life lessons. So we'd like to hear from you if you are a student about what the pandemic has taught you Call us at 6464707736 for students or the students in your life. You can also tag w. N. Y. C on social media. We may play your comments on the air or publish them on gothamist dot com. Come on the next Brian Mayor show a special addition to mark one year of the pandemic in our area. Many of you helped to record an audio document with the names of more than 1000, New Yorkers who died from the virus. So before we move on, we will pause for a day an area you're reading of the names and talk about the experience. Join us.
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"Since Colorado's mountains are famously upstream of everywhere about 40 million people rely on water from the Colorado River, which, as you might guess, Originates in the Colorado Rockies. Carl what law firm monitors the snowpack in the southwest for the U. S Department of Agriculture, he says it's getting close to normal. But the drought over the previous year dinner just fuel huge wildfires. It also dried out the soil so we're not. Snow does start to melt. We're still expecting that really dry soil moisture conditioned to to absorb a lot of the water water, which normally make it in the streams and rivers and float in Nevada, Arizona and California. So while Wetlaufer says the snow is a help, it's still not enough for NPR news. I'm Sam Brash in Denver. Should tipped workers such as waiters, valet's and barbers. Make the same minimum wage as those who don't earn tips. We hear from both sides of that debate tomorrow. Ask your smart speaker to play NPR or your local station by name. And this is NPR news. It's on W and Y C news headlines are coming your way in just a moment. And then later this hour on all things considered, emergency rooms have seen an increase in the number of drug overdose patients during the pandemic. But many hospitals are not prepared. Only one third of patients get medications for opioid use disorder in the emergency department. Just ahead, Maura on the need to improve addiction care that just after the break On the next Brian Lehrer show, a special addition to mark one year of the pandemic in our area. Many of you helped to record an audio document with the names of more than 1000, New Yorkers who died from the virus. So before we move on, we will pause for a day an area you're reading of the names and talk about the experience. Join us for this remembrance ritual on the Brian Lehrer Show at 10 A.m. on w N. Y C. W. N. Y..
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"Nets, sea water and a bit of science are being used to tame the extremes of heat and create ideal conditions for growing for you. It was like a rocket scientist. I was thinking like it's not possible. How can we? You see what grow plants? You know, it's a clever solution for a part of the world Classified is being in a food crisis by the U N way assessed that to make Somaliland self sufficient in fresh produce, you would need about 20 square kilometers off this kind of farming operation on do that would cost about $40 million people. People fixing the world. Hello. I'm welcome to people fixing the world from the BBC World Service with a program that looks at solutions to problems facing the planet. I'm Julie Ball. This episode is about a team of people who found a way to grow crops where you think it was futile to try in a desert terrain on the coast of Somalia land Temperatures regularly hit mid forties in the summer, There's little rain and a recent history of drought. My name's Charlie Patient. I'm going to sign of greenhouses and I have bean developing the seawater greenhouse as a concept in process for the last 25 years. 70 year old Charlie Payton is a tall British man with a background in engineering. He started out in theater lighting, but then switched to agriculture. It's his innovative seawater greenhouse. It's at the center of this week's solution. So in Somaliland, how far are you on the coast? We're on. We're on the coast where we're 200 M.
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"Experts say don't put on the old party hat just yet. It may be the law before the next cove. It's storm. Nearly every single state is now trending in the right direction. Nationwide, new covert cases are at their lowest since the end of October. Hospitalizations down 46% in Last month, But leading public health experts say brace yourselves the next 14 weeks, I think will be the worst of the pandemic. Tonight, New York confirms it's treating its first case of a variant likely discovered in South Africa, and it may get much worse about 40 million Americans have had at least one cove in 19 shot more than 14 million have had both doses. Well, The numbers are encouraging in our area Virginia recording the lowest single day increase in cases since November yesterday, with about 1500 new cases yesterday, Maryland recorded 722 new cases, the fewest first single day since October. And the district reported 83 new cases yesterday. That's the lowest number of cases in the past six days. New this morning if you want to get the Corona virus vaccine in Virginia, a new statewide preregistration website is now up and running wt. Opie's Neal Augenstein decided to see how it works with his phone in hand. You type in your name, your address your employer in the way you prefer to be contacted either by text or email. After that, you just answer a series of questions by touching the screen. When you're done answering the questions, you immediately get a text, which gives you a reference code. Eventually you'll get an email with details to sign up for an actual.
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"Com Used the code. Armstrong a deductible may apply. Go to car she'll dot com. Used the goat Armstrong car sales helped over one million drivers. You could be the next one car, she'll dot com used the code Armstrong so we're not running it at about 1.68 million doses per day that we're given out. On vaccine supplies running at about 11 million doses per weeks were about at Going as fast as we possibly can. Where we're almost getting the vaccine out as fast as we've got the supply right now, finally, right about 1.8 million doses per day that we've got in about 1.7 that we're getting into people's arms. She can't go up much for that from that. There are about 40 million people that have gotten at least one dose. 14.5 million that have completed the vaccination. Yeah, that makes sense. I mean, what you were saying, if only 14.5 million and then this giant country have gotten both shots that can't have much of an effect on what the numbers are. It's not hurt, but, yeah, it's not the factor. Which leads me to this. I saw a deep dive on Florida versus California, Florida, California Seiko, but 19 declines despite different approaches. And I could get in all the numbers, but it's not bore you with. Just suffice it to say that all the numbers are really, really close as to how many cases how many deads per capita, um, all these different things, except for California shut down hard and for a long time, and Florida barely shut down at all. California did a stay at home order is recently as a couple of weeks ago, and with hardly anybody was aware of right and we're finding businesses for opening in Florida. The governor was going to find you was going to find your county if you made a business shut down. They made it illegal in Florida to enforce shut down orders and people stayed open and you ended up with almost exactly the same results. In terms of per capita cases, Death's hospitalizations, etcetera in the long term, that's just crazy. So what do you do with that? I've thought for a long time, and I'm not basing this on anything. I've just thought the virus is going to do what it's gonna do. And it seems to be the case now. I definitely believe in masks. I absolutely want 10% believe in masks and social distancing, But I would guess that people were doing that in Florida pretty well. Yeah, I guess it could be that anything beyond Sensible personal precautions is wasted effort and and crushing the economy. That if if what we find out out of this in the long term, is that The restaurant thing that didn't do anything at all could've been open. Could've been closed, especially outdoor dining made no difference whatsoever. Oh, yeah, that whole part was just egregious when, in the early days, they were shutting down golf courses in parks that that deserves a slapping. I mean, that was that was idiotic. Then even with our very You know our huge lack of knowledge about this beast even back then, that was inexcusable. Restaurants were shut down for outside dining as of a couple of weeks ago in California, As you know, you can barely see it was. It's not like it was ancient history. It might happen again. If these variants to take off. I just I just hope that we got enough data now that if it is a if it starts to get hot again, um, the virus, you know, traveling around more numbers start going up that we don't We don't start claiming that California's doing it the right way following the science Destroyed idiots. That idiot's about to get re called. We're talking about this a little earlier. They have enough signatures now. Well, they have the required number of signatures. Now they need some extra ones because some get tossed out, too. You recall the idiot governor of California and the idiot governor of New York might be next. That old nursing home scandal cover up nursing homes cover up scandal right, getting bigger and bigger, and Cuomo made a floundering attempt to clear his greasy name over the weekend. But it is it's not working. Now, the liberal media has finally, finally Decided to pay a little bit of attention, although they're mostly complicity in helping him, But it's gotten too big to ignore. Um, when we come back, I want to play for you Some audio. We should check out the video. We've got it posted on our Twitter and probably our website. I don't know you have it on our website. Yet Hanson It's definitely on our Twitter account. We'll put it on the website here soon. Check out these girls singing. I'm trying to figure out if this is fake or not. Are they Are they jerk in the world around? Are they trying? We'll play a little of the audio for you. It kind of went Viral yesterday. Also some other important things to talk about. But I can't get I could no longer tell what's Faker what's real online? Right, including news headlines honestly. I mean, just I have the Maybe It's like my kid came home. There was a gorilla school. Everything I see. I think maybe there was maybe there wasn't I'm gonna look into it. Oh, hey, I've got some This is this is science though. My god science Israel just did a big study of the poor Fizer vaccine and it showed a 94% drop in symptomatic covert 19 infections. 600,000 people who had gotten the two doses of the Fizer vaccine 94% effective. Also 92% less likely developed severe disease so up with visor good vaccine. That's the to dose one. And that's the one that's tougher transport rights gonna be deep frozen. Just send it to send it all to Texas. They could distribute it from frozen frozen Texas. Where should only hat works for you if you actually get it into your arm? It's like I'm not a doctor. I don't understand your technical claptrap. Is it time for a maximum wage is opposed to a minimum wage. According to some thinkers, Um and about you know what else I have are students of deep reading the history of the minimum wage. You will never guess how it got started. And who was pushing it? It's crazy. I wanna hear that. That sounds awesome all on the way. They're strong and getting Diabetes, high blood pressure, anxiety meds, Everyone's on them. If you're a 50 year old male may be a bit porky, and you may even have Type two diabetes. A million dollars of term insurance may only cost you about.
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"Now there have been some encouraging numbers in the Corona virus pandemic recently, but health experts are saying it's too early to celebrate. It may be the law before the next cove. It's storm. Nearly every single state is now trending in the right direction. Nationwide, new covert cases are at their lowest since the end of October. Hospitalizations down 46% in the last month. But leading public health experts say, Brace yourselves the next 14 weeks, I think will be the worst of the pandemic. Tonight. New York confirms it's treating its first case of a variant likely discovered in South Africa, and it may get much worse about 40 million Americans have had at least one Corona virus vaccine shot more than 14 million have had both doses. Here in our area. Virginia recorded the lowest single day increase in Corona virus cases since November yesterday. With about 1500 new cases, Maryland recorded 722 new cases. That's the fewest for a single day since October, D. C. Reported 83 new cases. Biden is answering questions tonight during a town hall meeting on CNN. He'll be in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. For the event. It will be moderated by Anderson Cooper. Cooper will ask some of his own questions. Audience members will ask others. The town hall is set to begin at nine o'clock up ahead and an investigation into a rocket attack on U. S led forces in north in Iraq. It's 7 37 free your tech in securities. My neighbor. Ron is always on my wife. I no worries. Just get Cox Internet with panoramic WiFi advance security. You'll.
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"In the right direction. Nationwide, new covert cases are at their lowest since the end of October. Hospitalizations down 46% in the last month. But leading public health experts say, Brace yourselves the next 14 weeks, I think will be the worst of the pandemic. Tonight. New York confirms it's treating its first case of a variant likely discovered in South Africa, and it may get much worse about 40 million Americans have had at least one Corona virus vaccine shots and more than 14 million have had both doses in this area. Yesterday, Virginia recorded the lowest single day increase in Corona virus cases since November, about 15 Under new cases, Maryland recorded 722 and that was the fewest for a single day in Ox since October, D. C. Reported 83 new cases. The UN's World Health Organization has granted an emergency authorization to the Corona virus vaccine made by AstraZeneca, allowing the agency's partners to ship millions of doses. Two countries that's part of a U. N supported program to fight the virus. It's the second vaccine approved by the WH show it approved the visor vaccine in December. The AstraZeneca vaccine has been approved in more than 50 countries, including Britain, India, Argentina and Mexico. A rocket attack on U. S led forces in northern Iraq has killed a civilian contractor and injured a U. S service member. It's similar to attacks carried out by Iran about a year ago, and there are some new questions surrounding this latest incident. These new attacks are smaller. Rockets that could be launched by militia that are believed to be linked to Iran. But Isis is also in the area and could well be involved in these attacks, considering that this set of rockets landed in a civilian area near reveal international airport, wounding two people, But there is the U. S military base nearby where the attack took place, so it's not clear. What the actual target watch. W T o p national security correspondent J. J Green It's 5 44 artless provides comprehensive services to help defense contractors manage controlled unclassified information or see you I at a fraction of what it would cost to do with themselves. The deal D has issued an interim rule change requiring new assessments, which will go into effect November 30th. We offer multiple options to help customers prepare, including a free one day review of.
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"President's Day is off to a good start. Um you know what I'm gonna ask you to do, Daniel Mason. I am getting mixed minus back in my ear. Could you take that out? Because I've gone over to Lucy to talk with you. If you could do that, That'd be grand. Great that tells you And help me with that. All right. We're gonna continue on and we're gonna hope that me hearing myself back in my head on a 1.5 2nd delay isn't going to make me insane. Let's turn to our good friend Mike Lee Crain's Detroit business managing editor. He is coming in with today's edition of Crain's Detroit business. Mike. Good afternoon, or I should say good morning. I'm on the wrong side of the morning. You can tell me too. Me too. How are you? Well, I'm having a little technical issue here, but that's okay. I am intrigued by the story you have about a dream team being formed between Doug to boss Roger Penske, other business leaders yet to be named forming a private equity concern. Tell me about that. Yes, This is a scoop from uh, reporter Nick Manis. The sub array of sort of business luminaries, including the device Family and Roger Penske have teamed up to create a private equity fund. Um UM, Investment fund. It's going to focus on Michigan. It's going toe they're focusing on buying up companies that they're typically family owns. Sort of mid sized and small manufacturers would be an example. That her family owned. Might you looking to sell their companies for purposes of estate planning or something like that? It's kind of a commitment that they believe in Michigan. First of all, but they're they're they're looking toe. Operate a little differently than some private equity funds Do private equity funds are known for. Buying up companies. Expecting, you know, making making changes to fix the business and then putting in selling the company was in 3 to 5 years. Um, folks organizing this one say they're sort of characterizing. It is patient capital, where they you know they might actually buy companies and hold onto them and continue to operate them. Um, uh, invite even, you know, keep them indefinitely. Well, you're right. Our experience with the private equity here in Detroit, you know, we remember service. We remember Kmart remember me over aren't van and we don't remember them. Finally, um, that they are stripping flip. In many cases, at least you that ended up being our experience, so the idea that this would be a more benevolent approach to private equity? Um, would be a really interesting concept. It sounds promising. You know, we'll have to see how it plays out and what they what they acquire. The interesting interesting thing to me is that They're folk by focusing on the geographical area and Michigan. It seems to me like they would be buying companies with which they have a familiarity with the industry, which has been one problem with private equity. Buying up a retailer like our band. And putting people into running who don't know anything about operating furniture change that that may have happened. And it seems like that, you know that they can tap the local expertise that understands the industries that these these companies are operating in. You brought a part Van an interesting story in today's edition of Cranes that talks about an interesting problem or maybe an interesting opportunity that we have in this area, which is the art Van L. Slander Foundation. Has a pot of money that it needs to give away. Yes, Exactly. One of one of the one of the outcomes of the sale of our band was the was the family created a A foundation. Um, about $40 million. I believe that that is, you know, into support Charity. One of the one of the one of its focus is is the slightest Casey Senate. The form that this foundation is taking. It is sort of interesting. It is what is called a spend down foundation most that that means that they aim to give away all of their money. Within a certain time period. Um, foundations are usually created to last forever. If you think of the Ford Foundation, or or or something like that, they're they're they're intended to last forever. This is would be the second spend down foundation that we know of. In Metro Detroit. The first one being the Ralph Wilson fund was created in your state of the former owner. The Buffalo Bills. Grosse Pointe resident, um, that it had. Bean is aiming to give away $2 billion in 20 years of an Auslander foundation isn't quite that big, but it's It's still in interesting model that you know. Sometimes foundations were criticized for being too conservative and two Uh, you know that pay more attention to maintaining the The money in the foundation and the giving away of the money, right? Well, it means that there are a number of different entities now that can make their pitch. Um and there's a number of them that caught my eye is being very interesting, innovative, one of them being Mitch album, obviously who we have Ah, personal interest in that say Detroit was one of those charities that they were very interested in. Maybe partnering with for this spend down there seems to be charities that have the opportunity to scale. Which is a good use of foundation money in my opinion. So the other thing that we're watching and it's it is interesting. One of the most gratifying parts of this covert experience. If there has been one has has been this arsenal of health component to it. We've seen so many businesses. Pivot on a dime from producing maybe a manufactured good to manufacturing PPE or sanitizer. And I guess the question becomes, Do they stay in this diversified business once the pandemic ends? Exactly. You know when you when you pivot and learn how to do something new. That's something new might wind up being profitable for you way talk to a whole array of companies, many of which we had We had written about their pivot. In the in the last spring in the depths of the outbreak, and, uh many of them are planning to stay in that business. One of one example is Griffin Club Brewery. Um, like a lot of breweries and distilleries. They shifted to making hand sanitizer. They make it they make it from the still beer. Basically, um, they have gotten into a lot of retailers. I know. I see that. There's just one of the more noticeable in my supermarket. They sell a four ounce bottles for $5. They say it's not quite as profitable is selling beer, but it is a good business sign and they're going to stay in it. Not everybody is doing that wouldn't want. One of the companies we talked to is called actor of all technologies. They make mouth guards for football and football players. Another athletes, Um obviously sports came to a screeching halt, and so did their business. They shifted to making face shields last spring, and they say they're not going to stay in that business. But Um, those face shields made up 50% of their sales last year and essentially help them survive. That those are some of the stories that are coming out of this. It zip me It's a really, really interesting time. There was a lot of innovation. Um,.
World War II veteran who raised millions for British health service dies from COVID-19
"Died. He was a British veteran of World War two and was 100 years old. He died of covert 19, but not before performing one more service and no. Well, you're just gonna have to help me if I choke up here. In his 100th year, he raised $40 million to help Britain's National Health Service fight the coronavirus that later killed him, and he did it by walking. There was this really popular video of more walking around and around his garden patio, All for charity, Mr Morris Grandson, Colin Ingram promised to pay his granddad £1.1 British pound Her lap. That challenge was posted on social media and turned into a widespread campaign to raise money for the health service. Here's the BBC capturing Mr Moore's final lap last May. Inches together. And there he is. Co congratulations. Wilde done. Absolutely amazing. Amazing achievement. Captain Tom, How do you feel this morning? Fine. Fine, Miss. I'm surrounded by the right sort of people. So, yes, I feel fine. I hope your own food and fine, too. Captain Tom Moore received a knighthood and here's British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Became not just a national inspiration. The beacon of hope for the world. His doctor was clear allergies of the Royal College of Physicians, and she says, Every time he came for an appointment, he had a smile on his face. And brought the staff chocolates that he hoped would keep them going. He had many admirers years Lieutenant Colonel Tom Miller in a video from the Yorkshire Regiment, truly inspirational individual who had captured the hearts off the nation over these testing times with his infectious energy drive and determination. After his death at age 100, Britain's National health Service put out a one line tweet. Thanks for everything, Sir Tom.
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"Thanks. Former President Trump's role in last month's capital right was unmistakable. That is what nine House managers will argue with the former president's impeachment trial gets underway in the Senate one week from today, House Democrats and the former president's lawyers have filed their legal briefs, The Trump team will argue Former president's been denied due process. Democratic Senator Tim Kaine is pushing censure. He thinks they're going to be the votes to convict. We don't have enough support on the Republican side because they don't want apart trump from running from office. And I don't have enough support on the Democratic side because for meant most of my colleagues, it's impeachment or nothing. Meantime, the Senate will begin a process today to let Democrats passed much of President Biden's $1.9 Trillion pandemic relief Without Republican support. The president and congressional Democrats have signaled they are intent on a large bill. Even after a White House meeting yesterday with 10, GOP senators were pushing a $600 billion alternative. Dr Anthony Fauci says the Centers for Disease Control could recommend wearing two masks against more contagious strains of covert 19, Speaking at a Washington post event, he says they have discussed it. It doesn't yet reached the point of unofficial recommendation from the CDC because of the lack of data. But when people tell me or ask me, should I be wearing Two Masters say you know if it makes you feel better to do two masks, the chances are you're going to get an enhanced protection, so why not go ahead and do it? Captain Tom Moore has died of covert 19, The World War two veteran walked 100 laps around his garden to raise money for Britain's National Health Service. And Murray's about $40 million. He was 100 years old Global news on air and I'm Bloomberg Quick take powered by more.
NAACP LDF Announces Marshall-Motley Scholars Program
"Of peril but also a time of tremendous possibilities. The head of the end of the Legal Defense and educational Fund says the organization wants a new generation of civil rights lawyers in the South. Now it has a $40 million gift from an anonymous donor to put them through law school. Here's NPR's Carrie Johnson. LDF president, Caroline Eiffel says the scholarships will focus on the place where most of the LDS cases originate. The South is a critical region in this country for civil rights activism. It is still the region where a majority of black people live. The program is named after two LDF alumni late Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall and Constance Baker Motley, the first black woman to be a federal Judge. The scholarships will cover tuition, room and board and other training. In return, applicants agree to spend at least eight years working on civil rights cases in the South. Eiffel says they're likely to handle voting rights disparities and housing and education and other cases. Carrie Johnson NPR NEWS Washington This
Anonymous $40 million gift funding 50 civil rights lawyers
"An anonymous donor gives forty million dollars to the N. double ACP legal defense and educational fund to use for scholarships for racial justice law students the LDF says with that money it plans to send fifty students to law school in return they must commit to eight years of racial justice work in the south starting with a two year postgraduate fellowship in the civil rights organization the LDF chose Martin Luther king day to announce the Marshall Molly scholars program named after former Supreme Court justice Thurgood Marshall and Constance Baker motley as lawyers both played a pivotal role that led to the courts brown V. board of ed ruling outlawing racial segregation in public schools I'm Julie Walker
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"She said there had been no recent threats to the A T and T building where the RV park three people hospitalized are in stable condition, including a four year old girl. Erin Khutor SKI ABC News No word. Whether President Trump it is Florida Golf Resort has signed her veto the covert relief bill or the measure to keep the government running past Monday night. NBC's Rachel Scott. Angela Moore had covert 19. Then she lost her job now holding her breath waiting to see if that critical laid comes through. I just feel like we've been Treated like Yo yo like we're being pond between you know, Um Republicans, Democrats and the president. The federal moratorium on evictions expires next week. The cost per vote be in the campaign for Georgia's January 5th. Senate runoff Save BC's line of buoys Over two months, Democrats John all soft and Reverend Raphael Warnock have raised more than $100 million each. The races in Georgia determine which party controls the Senate, which has led to massive spending in the state. Also been Warnock have already spent more than $179 million each and their latest disclosures show they had about $40 million on hand. Their opponents, Senators David Perdue and Kelly Leffler, have spent more than $106 million and had 37 million on hands, listening to ABC News Is America safe? Are you safe? What is the future like for the nation? Dr. Rodney Howard Browne is a South African immigrant with a love for America. He became a U. S citizen and as a revivalist was spoken in over 85 nations, sharing a message of hope and salvation. He took a stand for freedom, which led to being arrested for holding church in Florida and has warnings for us all of the imminent dangers we are facing..
"about $40 million" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"VI exploded in chief John Drake credited them with moving people away from danger. They heard RV given out a message, basically saying that it was going to detonate within a certain time frame. But she said there had been no recent threats to the A T and T building where the RV park three people hospitalized are in stable condition, including a four year old girl. Erin Khutor SKI ABC News No word. Whether President Trump it is Florida Golf Resort has signed her veto the covert relief bill or the measure to keep the government running past Monday night. NBC's Rachel Scott. Angela Moore had covert 19. Then she lost her job now holding her breath waiting to see if that critical laid comes through. I just feel like we've been Treated like Yo yo like we're being pond between you know, Um Republicans, Democrats and the president. The federal moratorium on evictions expires next week. The cost per vote be in the campaign for Georgia's January 5th. Senate runoff. CBC's line of buoys over two months, Democrats John all soft and Reverend Raphael Warnock have raised more than $100 million each. The races in Georgia determine which party controls the Senate, which has led to massive spending in the state, all soft and warm. Talk have already spent more than $179 million each and their latest disclosures show they had about $40 million on hand. Their opponents, Senators David Perdue and Kelly Leffler, have spent more than $106 million and had 37 million on hands, listening to ABC News We're always driving to dance lessons. So we signed.
Trump wants $2,000 coronavirus stimulus check
"The covert 19 relief check going to Americans. Congress approved $600 checks in the bill passed this week. The president wants to more than double that he made this announcement in a video released on social media Tuesday night. Throughout the summer, Democrats cruelly blocked covert relief legislation in an effort to advance their extreme left wing agenda and influence the election. Then, a few months ago, Congress started negotiations on a new package to get urgently needed help to the American people. It's taken forever. However, the bill they are now planning to send back to my desk is much different than anticipated. It really is a disgrace. For example, among the more than 5000 pages in this bill, which nobody in Congress has red because of its length and complexity. It's called the covert Relief Bill. It has almost nothing to do with covert. This bill contains $85.5 million for assistance to Cambodia, $134 million to Burma $1.3 billion for Egypt and the Egyptian military, which will go out and buy almost exclusively Russian military equipment, $25 million for democracy and gender programs in Pakistan. $505 million to believes Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama $40 million for the Kennedy Center in Washington, D C, which is not even open for business $1 billion for the Smithsonian and an additional $154 million for the National Gallery of Art. Likewise, these facilities are essentially not open $7 million for Reef Fish management $25 million to combat Asian carp $2.5 million to count the number of amberjack fish. In the Gulf of Mexico a provision to promote the breeding of fish in federal hatcheries, $3 million in poultry production technology $2 million to research the impact of down trees. $566 million for construction projects at the FBI. The bill also allows stimulus checks for the family members of illegal aliens, allowing them to get up to $1800. Was each this is far more than the Americans were given. Despite all of this wasteful spending, and much more than $900 billion package provides hardworking taxpayers with only $600 each in relief payments and not enough money is given to small businesses. And in particular restaurants whose owners have suffered so grievously. They were only given a deduction for others to use in business there restaurant for two years, this two year period must be withdrawn, which will allow the owners to obtain financing and get their restaurants back in condition. Congress contaminated at a much later date, but two years is not acceptable. It's not enough. Congress found plenty of money for foreign countries, lobbyists and special interests while sending the bare minimum to the American people who needed. It wasn't their fault. It was China's fault, not their fault. I'm asking Congress to amend this bill and increase the ridiculously low $600. $2000 or $4000 for a couple. I'm also asking Congress to immediately get rid of the wasteful and unnecessary items from this legislation and to send me a suitable bill or else the next administration will have to deliver a covert relief package. And maybe that administration will be me and we will get it done. Thank you very much. Statement recorded by
D.C. says it needs $45 million from Congress to host inauguration after protests drained funds
"Biden's inauguration. DC leaders are concerned about the cost and the federal government's failure to repay the cost of President Trump's inauguration from four years ago. Washington Post says Congress has yet to compensate the city for the $7 million it drew from its emergency fund for President Trump's inauguration. City leaders say they're currently operating without emergency reserves. That's because over the summer D. C. Police spent about $40 million on overtime in order to staff demonstrations outside the White House in the wake of the killing of George Floyd. President Trump is considering AH push
Catcher James McCann Nearing Four-Year Deal With Mets
"McCann and the New York Mets are close to completing a $40 Million.4 year contract as the team continues to upgrade its roster under new owner Steve Cohen. A person close to the deal confirmed the details. The Associated Press after other news outlets reported the terms. McCann was an all star with the White Sox in 2019 when he hit 2 73 with 18 home runs and 60 R R B. B. I's. I's. He He batted batted to to 89 89 with with seven seven homers homers and and 15 15 R R B. B. I's I's for for Chicago Chicago this this year year in in 31 31 games games during during the the pandemic pandemic shortened shortened season. season. We've We've got a beautiful day
Washington, DC Council passes police overtime accountability bill
"Police will have to notify the D C Council How much is spent on overtime and why every two pay periods into under a bill. The council council unanimously unanimously approved approved today, today, The The Washington Washington Post Post reporter reporter It's It's a a response response to to Mayor Mayor Bowser Bowser decision decision last last month month to to use use more more than than $40 $40 million million an an unspent unspent city city funds funds to to cover cover the the cost of police overtime. Months of protests and demonstrations in the city sent those costs way up. And the city did not get any federal help with the bill that the mayor has urged council members to withdraw the bill, writing in a letter we do not have the luxury, simply declaring that we will not work to keep our residents, visitors and business is safe. That we will not facilitate peaceful First amendment assemblies and demonstrations or that we will not support presidential movements when they occur.
HBO's New Documentary Warns Of The Dangers Of Cyberwarfare
"The perfect weapon now on HBO is a documentary about a danger. We've all heard a lot about, but don't really know new and frightening warning from the FBI on hackers using malicious software to launch a cyber attack against us. It's based on the best selling book by New York Times National Security correspondent David He, Sanger. About a new form of conflict that is global, inexpensive, invisible and supremely available to small groups, not just large powers. Jon Mateos, the director of the perfect weapon, and he joins us now from Brooklyn. Thank you so much for being with us. Thanks for having me, Scott. You know, I'm going to ask you plenty of questions about the dangers that cyber warfare poses to the US, But I have to ask you first. Did we fire the first shots across the bow? It appears as if we did Scott because when we attacked the Iranian nuclear program in 2007, the code that we put into the plant was released and everyone knew about it. Now there were plenty of covert kind of operations that go on, probably things we'll never know about. But that one was let out of the box. And because of that, it appears as if we fire the first shot, and we've been paying for it ever since. Let me ask you about a few attacks. We know about 2013 cyber attack. On Las Vegas that was done in response to something of casino owners. That's right. Well, he wasn't just any casino owner was Sheldon Adelson, a well connected casino that's correct on he had gone online. He was part of the symposium where he talked about actually setting off a nuclear weapon. Against Iran as a way to stop their nuclear program, and that video went onto YouTube. It went viral and the Iranians found out about it, and they planned, very powerful, destructive cyber attack of his sands casino operation to demonstrate something to him or to the United States. Oh, that's the thing about these sorts of attacks. You know, they're short of war attacks. They're not necessarily attacking our Our critical infrastructure all the time. But it sends a message. That destructive attack is easy for a country like Iran. It's it's an asymmetrical attack, and it made a very strong point. Once it was let out. I mean, the Sands Corporation did everything I could to hide the fact that they've lost $40 million in their technology, But it was let out and incentive, frightening message And, as David Sanger says in the film What happened in Vegas didn't stay in Vegas 2014 cyberattack essentially brought down a Seth Rogan James Franco film the interview, which in fact does raise serious questions about freedom of expression. On also of you know, a major film corporation Sony. Yeah, that was that was the one that really got so much notice because it became suddenly an international incident. And I have to say it's one of the big issues in the film that I think people will recognizes that that the US is uniquely vulnerable to these kinds of attacks because of our open this because of our First Amendment because of the public square. Our weapons against authoritarians regimes don't necessarily have the same effect happened. Dump attacks, like what happened at Sony are not as effective to countries like Iran and Russia.
McDonald's sues ousted CEO, alleging employee relationships
"McDonald's has made striking new allegations against its former CEO of the company says Steve Easterbrook hid sexual relationships with employees and concealed the evidence. The fast food giant fired Easterbrook last year. Now it is suing him to get back his multi $1,000,000 severance package. NPR's Alina Selya HQ reports. What makes this case pretty remarkable is that it's been nine months since Easterbrook was fired. The reason a consensual relationship with an employee that amounted to sexting and American corporate culture typically is all about sorting these kinds of internal scandals quickly and behind closed doors. Here's Tim Hubbard, a professor at the University of Notre Dame. There's always this tendency to wanna settle it quietly and get it completely out of the media. But here we are talking about it again because now McDonald's Is suing Easterbrook, saying he covered up more inappropriate behavior. McDonald's made this unusual choice because back in November, Easterbrook left with the severance estimated at over $40 million. But in July, an anonymous tip led the company to search corporate servers and their investigators found explicit photos and videos sent from Easter. Brooks corporate account evidence of sexual relationships with three employees, including one woman for whom Easterbrook approved a stock grant worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. I think that there was an expectation as they were negotiating a settlement. That the former chief executive officer be open and honest. The company says he lied to get a better exit payout and is suing to get that money back. Few companies find these kind of public battles with former executives. MacDonald says. It's already moved to block Easterbrook from selling any stock he might still have from his equity awards. I don't really see the likelihood of him returning the money without A bit of force needed. I think it gets pretty nasty Easter. Brooks legal team did not respond to NPR's enquiries, and we should note that McDonald's is among NPR's recent sponsors. Mr Brooks, Compensation for being fired drew much attention and criticism last year. It included six months of severance pay shares and other equity, leading many low wage frontline workers to muse about their pay gap with executives. And use the moment to highlight allegations of rampant sexual harassment of female employees by male co workers and managers across McDonald's restaurants sharing to Johnny directs the time's up Legal Defense Fund, which is backing workplace sexual harassment lawsuits by McDonald's workers were going to say You can't do certain things that were going to take conduct seriously. And they should be taking it seriously when it comes to their workers being sexually harassed, and, at a minimum committed 40 million. They're trying to get back from Easterbrook to stop that. Easterbrook successor, CEO Chris Kempinski often speaks about re committing to company values of integrity and inclusion. On Monday, McDonald's told workers it's conducting in global survey and listening sessions to assess the state of its corporate culture.
McDonald's says ex-CEO hid sexual relationships with employees
"Has made striking new allegations against its former CEO. The company says Steve Easterbrook hid sexual relationships with employees and concealed the evidence. The fast food giant fired Easterbrook last year. Now it is suing him to get back his multi $1,000,000 severance package. NPR's Alina Selya HQ reports. What makes this case pretty remarkable is that it's been nine months since Easterbrook was fired. The reason a consensual relationship with an employee that amounted to sexting and American corporate culture typically is all about sorting these kinds of internal scandals quickly and behind closed doors. Here's Tim Hubbard, a professor at the University of Notre Dame. Always this tendency to wanna settle it quietly and get it completely out of the media. But here we are talking about it again because now McDonald's is suing Easterbrook, saying he covered up more inappropriate behavior. McDonald's made this unusual choice because back in November, Easterbrook left with the severance estimated at over $40 million. But in July, an anonymous tip led the company to search corporate servers and their investigators found explicit photos and videos sent from Easter Brooks corporate account. Evidence of sexual relationships with three employees, including one woman for whom Easterbrook approved a stock grant worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. I think that there was an expectation as they were negotiating a settlement that the former chief executive officer be open and honest. The company says He lied to get a better exit payout and is suing to get that money back. Few companies find these kind of public battles with former executives. MacDonald says. It's already moved to block Easterbrook from selling any stock he might still have from his equity awards. I don't really see the likelihood of him returning the money without A bit of force needed. I think it gets pretty nasty Easter.
Howard University Announces Largest Single-Donor Gift, From Philanthropist Mackenzie Scott
"Mackenzie Scott has given a $40 million gift toe Howard University. It is the largest gift from a single donor in the school's 150 year, 153 year history. It's part of $1.7 billion in donations by the author and philanthropist who was formerly married to Amazon founder and chief executive Jeff Bezos. SCOTUS pledging to donate the majority of her wealth Howard University President Wayne Fredericks says Scott's gift will be transformational for that
"about $40 million" Discussed on KGO 810
"Democrats also support stimulus checks school funding of roughly the same amount of Republicans. And small business relief. But they also want a trillion dollars in aid for state and local governments and for unemployment benefits to continue at the level of generosity as enacted in the cares act. CNBC's Kayla Tadashi in Washington, Microsoft owned linked in is cutting nearly 1000 jobs in the pandemic. WalMart setting aside $400 million to pay bonuses to employees and it plans to close on Thanksgiving Day this year. What are investors looking at as the presidential election? In November looms, investors are making some plans for their stocks. The election now about 100 days away, many you're not worried about a Biden win just something else. First Risk is not winds. But just the outcome. Not being known on Election Day means the possibility with mail in voting could make Bush for score in 2000 look like child's play, And if you remember the U. S economy was slowing. In November of 2000 and we didn't know who was president for six weeks and ultimately and pushed us into a recession. Strategic research partner Dan Clifton on CNBC, and there's Jessica Edinger at 23 after the hour. Well. The airline industry has been hit hard due to the pandemic. Airlines in the U. S. And around the world continue to keep their head above water for United Airlines. Things are not looking up here's correspondent Jeff McKay with details. United says it burned through about $40 million a day in the past three months, but says that amount is slowing to about 25 million in the third quarter. Airlines are scrambling to adjust operations too hard to predict travel demands his covert 19 infection surge in order to cut costs. Chicago based United says that more than 6000 employees have opted for voluntary buyout packages. But furloughs may still be in the plan. United reported an adjusted net loss of $2.6 billion for the June quarter. Revenue, dropping 87% from a year ago. I'm Jeff McKay, 24 after finds for not wearing a mask exceed $1000 in these major U. S cities. In America in the morning continues after these messages. Liberty Mutual insurance Company presents.
Expensive Miami private schools got millions in PPP loans. So did charter schools
"Maybe there's something that came out in the Herald and just really rankles me. Some of the most expensive private schools. In South Florida. Got loads in those PPP loans loads charter schools, too. Charter schools to Catholic schools. Two of my girls is one of them. This one. Let's see. He's talking about the ransom Everglades, which has a $40 million endowment, according to the tuition there. 7 $41,050 a year. My daughters went to Carrollton right next to poor and they follow them in lockstep General for tuition. Now they took A whole lot of money in these PPP loans. According to the Herald between two and $5 million. Now let me ask you this question What we had to keep our staff and our teachers and our cultures will let me ask you this. Did you give money back to the parents to pay for tuition last year? Cause I pay tuition in my school. I think any money back my girls didn't go to the school for the last half of the year. You pay tuition toe have them in the classroom. They're not learning computer and the computer stuff was Every once in a while, they'd have a class. I mean, it was kind of ridiculous. They didn't get to take the you know, they're I'd be in after back Laura Court o'clock test at the end of the year. Now, none of that either. Which would have helped them to avoid certain classes in college. No, but they're not gonna give money back. So wait a minute. You got all the tuition money. You didn't any more money to keep your staff and your teachers and your coaches. What are you talking about? I mean, this is outrageous, and they're not giving the money back. It's why oversight is important when you have these kinds of trillion dollar programs. ST Thomas, a quietness. Got a bunch of money. According to the Herald, the Archdiocese of Miami itself received between one or $2 million funds. Why one of the Archduke is most prestigious schools in Tom's. The quietest in Fort Lauderdale received the people own birth between two and $5 million. I mean, you know, there are actually people who needed this money, give the money back to the parents who pay the tuition if that's the case. Do they think they
100-Year-Old Tom Moore, Who Raised Millions By Walking Laps, Has Been Knighted
"The Queen has knighted a 100 year old man who raised tens of millions of dollars just by walking. Captain Tom Moore is a World War two veteran who captivated people around the world by walking 100 laps in his garden, raising $40 million for the National Health Service. So the queen came out of her Corona virus induced isolation and used a long sword once owned by her father to tap Moore's shoulders today, making him a knight of the realm. More told the BBC before he was knighted. He would not kneel before the queen because wait for it. If he did, he'd never get up
100-Year-Old Tom Moore, Who Raised Millions By Walking Laps, Has Been Knighted
"And finally, Captain Tom Moore, a 100 year old World War two veteran, has been knighted by the Queen at Buckingham Palace today. Captain Moore became a British national hero earlier this year for his fundraising efforts during the covert 19 pandemic by walking 100 laps around this garden before his 1/100 birthday in April. Over 1.5 million people donate to the cause. Moore's initial goal of 1000 UK pounds turned into more than $40 million. You can see the picture of the Queen Knighting Captain, Sir Thomas
Ford employees ask the company to stop making police cars
"Motor Company is out with a Ah, process that they're going through about 100 employees have gone public with their request to the automaker to stop selling police vehicles because Police are brutal and they're racist. Ford executives are weighing the request and have not yet made an announcement. But there's a lot of pressure on social media for Ford to tell police departments they will no longer sell. The vehicles to them. So what is Toyota get vehicles them selling, you know, picking up the slack market share because right now serious, San Diego has Toyota four runners the SUVs. So I mean, thie employees air urging the cut that their boss the company do not make and sell. Ah police units. Ah, police cruisers to city so that Some other. There's still gonna be police cars. Why would you not want to get your fair share of that market place? If your employees of Ford apparently, these people don't want their jobs, I mean, I would put them on the top of the list of fire. All right, somebody safe and your name to the layoff list If we lose the contract, you know, with the Tuscaloosa, Alabama Police Department that you're the 1st 1 to relinquish your well, why don't you just quit forward then? I mean, why? Why? Why does four have to stop making the product? That's what they're in the business of doing is making automobiles. Yeah. Bia Social Justice warrior full time. You don't need to work out. Ford, you know, support is not consistent with your values. So be a social justice warrior. Put your money where your mouth is and quit your job, mate. This This is absurd. I've decided. I don't like it. Don't don't want to give Ah police Cruiser to Ah! Ah, car to the police. But does that mean that you also are going to use 901? I'd love to get the name of the 100 people and block their ability from their cell phone to dial 911 is apparently where they don't need no police and there's their community. They don't need cars. They don't need police. So no. 911 for you. I mean, this is where you start pointing out the Um, the bankruptcy of some of these folks in terms of what they're saying, their advocate and and the absolute absolute juvenile nature of these causes. I mean, this is child's play, right? I mean, this's not thoughtful. This isn't academic. This isn't deep. This isn't even You know, argumentative. I mean, this is this is just this is foolishness. This is this is child's play. The head of Ford has sent a letter to employees and it it reads in part, quote as we meet weekly in our global team huddles. Invariably there are questions that don't get answered, given the short time we have together. Or simply would be better addressed off line. On it goes on to talk about. Ah Ah, you know the fact that quote Bill Ford, and I believe deeply that there is no room for systemic repression and racism that have been exhibited by law enforcement encounters gone wrong. Um Your your product had nothing to do with it. Why are you taking ownership of part of the problem? You made the car. You didn't make the police officer or even the police officer's equipment or the rule book and I go back to having a CEO of a company. Come out with a statement like that. That that somehow they've made the judgment that racism was driving. Ah, ah, the inappropriate use of force. Again. I don't think we can say that. I think it's nice to say Well, if the cop is white, and the suspect was black, the victim was black. So therefore it must be racism. That's a pretty lousy assumption to be making. And to have a CEO of one of our largest companies come out and basically validate that and then go on in a what is a nine paragraph letter explaining how they're wrestling with this decision about literally saying we're not gonna sell cars to a pretty significant portion. You know, we had at least I think 600 800 cars. Andi. I know that these are not cheap cars. So let's say that there because they're there outfitted with a bunch of special equipment and stuff. So let's say that these cars are 50 grand each for the city of San Diego. Alone. That's a $40 million hit for Ford. For just a cycle of vehicles $40 million. That's just for San Diego Police department, then multiply that by all the police departments across the country. Your shareholder and Ford. Relatively ticked. Out on the opposite end of the spectrum. I'm not a shareholder in Ford. I'm relatively ticked. I'm just relatively tick that the company is taking this kind of stance. Whether they're toward with their emotions. It's the car. It isn't the attitude of the law enforcement official. It isn't It isn't anybody. It's it's the inanimate object, but yet they feel like that. Somehow they're contributing to systemic racism by manufacturing, a police unit. Now on the other end of the spectrum. A CEO of a food company paid a small compliment to President Trump. A Rose Garden ceremony yesterday. And now he is facing calls for resignation, and even members of Congress have urged people to boycott the food manufacturer.
'Onward' Leads Box Office With Ho-Hum $40 Million
"Right Steve tells about armored yes it's the latest from Pixar here we go it begins with a look back in history not not our history but the history of a fantasy world where all manner of sort of mermaids and unicorns and elves and fairies and minotaurs and wizards in just about any other creature you might find in a role playing game would exist but as these fantasy beings find short cuts to do doing magic over time like why why user wings to fly when you can buy an ORP airplane ticket or why use a spell to start a fire would you can use a match they become lazy and the magic that made them special starts to disappear from the world at large so skip ahead to more or less the presentation you meet we meet Ian and barley who were to elf brothers voiced by Tom Holland and Chris Pratt they grew up with it without their father because the the father died just before the younger Ian was born and when barley was still a young a young L. fling there mother who's voiced by Julia Louis Dreyfus has done a great job of raising them but that hasn't kept him from being frustrated at not having a dad he kinda lacks confidence he doesn't have a lot of friends and I believe that having a father in his life might have changed that barley is is a bit of a lovable lug who knocked everything over that distance pass any tried to take connected to the magical world through role playing games and he drives this amazing band named Guinevere that he refers to it as mighty Steven if you see the detailing on the side you'll understand why so he in turn sixteen is mom gives the in this very special present from his dad it's a wizard staff that includes a built in spell that brings this is supposed to bring his father back to life for twenty four hours and I even kind of botches the spell about halfway through with only the bottom half of his father basically just his pants appear to him very much alive and communicative but without sort of gears in a haze in ways to communicate very well even figured out that he needs something called a Phoenix crystal to complete the spell and barley thinks this is a great opportunity to sort of tear up on a brotherly class that ends with even forgetting to spend this day with his dad that he's always dreamed of in for barley it's a chance to rediscover the magic that still exists in their world the director Dan Scanlan who did monsters university which was definitely not one of my favorite Pixar films has crafted what what might be Pixar's purist adventure film get him in the team have filled it with water last action in a great deal of creativity I really like that could be a Spencer this beastly creature that she plays name the manticore that's part lion and bad the scorpion and she used to be the most feared and respected creature in the realm and now she's managing the theme restaurant but between the laughs on where does what Pixar does best which is that fine that emotional core of the story and by the end we realize the film isn't about this kids search for his father it's about this kid realizing the into appreciating the people in his life that did raise him and did have a hand in shaping who he is and you know if you have a sibling in your life that you're particularly close to I'm gonna get you you might cry like a baby in this movie I don't know but on would also deal with issues of bullying and searching for inner confidence and how real magic sometimes from just comes from just believing in that you can that you can do something even if you can't so it sounds corny it is Corning sometimes I think the energy that Holland impressed bring to these characters is really impressive and they sort of cell that lifelong bond it's genuinely moving the sometimes manic performances carry over to the pacing of the film which at times can be exhausting but onward finishes strong I think with a stand off between our heroes and a really interesting visual take on what I always think of the played out creature in the fantasy world the that needs some conquering in this film this is the the the old the the whole film is sort of hit and miss at times but I think the final act delivers on its emotional promise and brings all things to a satisfying conclusion at least the movie sort of dealt with itself in color and imagination and and and a healthy dose of enthusiasm I think we end up winning the day I was shockingly underwhelmed by this movie is the prologue of this movie that that Steve described as the this idea that the magic of kind of got out of the world everyone's you've taken the easy way out we do not agree to set up for a movie a movie that I knew very little about yeah that's all users are like an elder in road trip movie with two brothers and I thought that that was pretty good pretty great set up and the movie business takes on that life that it just seems that it gets easy itself and the sort of forgets the the really sort of really intriguing premise that it sets itself apart but then that would be in the emotional undercurrent in this movie of this movie where they're trying to resurrect their dad for this very brief time in their lives one of the bridge brothers should be no didn't really know him at all I you know I I was expecting a much bigger payoffs at the end of the film and the it's a little slow for the bulk of the movie ice was sort of tolerating in this adventure story which I really wish I had only been the one brother I really did not like the Chris Pratt brother character I thought it was just the heat interrupted everything too often I would much rather have been so little story with the brother try and of the one year old son trying to reconnect with his father is this wonderful moments really early on in the movie where the the the younger brother have a tape of his father and he has the nose the tape so while he's able to sync crappy conversation with his father as a result of that I thought well what I mean that to me in such a way that display all the unsold set up for this movie now and then it just became more of a routine adventure story with a couple nifty set pieces along the way and I was just waiting for this conclusion to really only family families I'm going to get back at the end and I thought that they botched it to the entire movie I kept thinking about the ending to status perks A. I. which is seems to be where this movie almost guilt to gain that idea of resurrecting this you know your most loved person for a single day the never being able to speak to them ever again not that movie you know destroys me this movie left me underwhelmed yeah I was underwhelmed by it too I was it didn't have any to it but I didn't connect with it emotionally and that's really odd for Pixar movie because most Pixar movies you connect on an emotional level you know and but I can't I can't count the number of Pixar movies that have me crying you know like all agree on usually it's at the end but in the in the case of office the first ten minutes right but I didn't I didn't connect with these characters I was nicely animated there are some clever things in it and some of the action sequences are fine but I never connected with it on any kind of emotional level so I was I was disappointed with onward as well so it did make forty million over the weekend now six seven eight no no this is this isn't down there this is good dinosaur numbers yeah and the first big family they've ever opened in March it's always been either June November the couple won the end of may sell the I mean they have another one coming out in June I just don't know if they just didn't know where to put this movie or they didn't think it was strong enough for a summer holiday release but forty million dollars is not great for for for movie of they are real steel like Pixar okay all right and is million came in second with fifteen million up to about fifty three million total that's pretty solid let's see yeah it's almost yes it can be close to a hundred million dollars worldwide only cost seven million dollars to make you go man and then the way back eight point five million not not a that great unfortunately all right
Illinois sees nearly $40 million in marijuana sales during first month
"To the surprise of almost no one legalize recreational marijuana has proven very popular in Illinois the state of Illinois says more than thirty nine million dollars was spent on recreational use pot during the thirty one days of January Illinois ends but thirty and a half million dollars worth while out of staters spent eight and a half million dollars the state says more than nine hundred seventy two thousand marijuana products were bought during the month the governor's senior cannabis control of situate Hutchinson says the prince could ministration is dedicated to making sure that all Illinois is of a chance to get involved in the various aspects of the marijuana
'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' scores Tarantino's biggest opening with $40 million
"Rest and the lion king in Quentin Tarantino's film tribute to nineteen sixties Hollywood gave north American theaters another strong weekend com score says Disney's lion king delivered seventy five and a half million in domestic ticket sales in its second weekend out well once upon a time in Hollywood debuted with forty point four million the biggest opening weekend of Tarantino's career Gina Cervidae