35 Burst results for "Around $30 Million"

Mark Zuckerberg Helped Dems Sway the 2020 Election

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:25 min | 3 d ago

Mark Zuckerberg Helped Dems Sway the 2020 Election

"Mark Zuckerberg's center for technology and civic life demanded the promotion of universal mail and voting with their $420 million. How, by suspending election laws because people were too afraid to go vote in person, but they were okay to go burn down a Wendy's in downtown Atlanta. Extending deadlines that favored mail in over in person voting, greatly expanded opportunities for ballot curing expensive bulk mailings and other lavish community outreach programs that were directed by private activists. This right here is the best example of how our economy is rigged. Private public partnerships, colluding together to crush you. What do you have here private public partnerships? And saying, hey, we're going to change the way we cure ballots. We're going to change the way that we do community outreach. Do you want this $30 million? Phoenix, and the money went directly into the administration of the elections. And no one did anything about this. No one thought to say, wait a second, a private company can just come in with a bunch of money and tell the local city like this is how we're going to count our ballots? Isn't this everything that the Democrats said that this is the threat to democracy we were told for years? Private interest telling elections how to do their business. Silence from the left. Obviously, because it benefits their political objectives. It makes them more

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Rudy Giuliani Says the Best Thing Joe Biden Can Do Is Resign

Mark Levin

01:40 min | Last month

Rudy Giuliani Says the Best Thing Joe Biden Can Do Is Resign

"Now, What about Afghanistan tomorrow? Do you think that the president will make any reference to it? Or do you think he's just trying to ignore it? It seems to be is the message. Rudy, I think the best thing the president can do tomorrow. Is resign in disgrace. And apologize for killing 13 people. And say, Get me out of here before I kill more people because they don't know what the hell I'm doing. I'm very, very angry. Well, and I'm so angry for the families. I was 373 firefighters 27 police officers. I lost 20 good friends. To Al Qaeda sponsored by the people that are now in charge of Afghanistan. And the demented. President of the United States whose crimes I probably know better than anybody who they covered up. And they're trying to go after me nearly because I discovered the crimes he was committing for 30 years. The guy's pulled in about $30 million illegally. Selling his office first, his little cheap brother did it. Then his son did it. Then his sister in law, the whole family takes bribes Stand. And I got to believe he doesn't know what he's doing now. They put him in the White House and they can make more money. But they don't give the slightest bit of care for the United States. It's all about how much money can the Bidens bank and how can they abuse us? Look at him last night? It was like a petty little Banana Republic dictator last night. And he's going after people who don't wear masks and armed vaccinated and he's letting the Taliban With people who want to kill Americans take over Afghanistan.

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Shang-Chi, Marvel's New Asian Superhero Movie Kicks Up $30 Million on Opening Day

NPR News Now

00:51 sec | Last month

Shang-Chi, Marvel's New Asian Superhero Movie Kicks Up $30 Million on Opening Day

"Marvel's new superhero movie shanxi and the legend of the ten rings is running rings around the competition this weekend. Npr's bob mondello has more. Hey it's a marvel movie. There isn't really any competition but cianci is doing much better than expected. Marvel's first asian superhero kicked his way to a nearly thirty million dollar opening day in north america. That suggests a three day. Take about sixty five million. The previous record for labor day weekend is less than half that. It's time to show the world who i really am. All of this comes with caveats. Labor day is the year's lowest grossing holiday which makes breaking records easier and as big as these numbers are they don't quite match marvel's black widow for midsummer still black widow had a home viewing option from day one so it dropped quickly in theaters. Shang cheese expected to keep kicking for awhile. They won't be streaming until mid. October bob mondello. Npr

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Mark Levin Challenges MSNBC to Put Rachel Maddow on Sunday Nights

Mark Levin

00:45 sec | Last month

Mark Levin Challenges MSNBC to Put Rachel Maddow on Sunday Nights

"I understand you're paying a Rachel Maddow $30 million a year to do a weekly show. Did you see that rich? Would you put her up against me on Sundays? I'm quite honest about this. MSNBC. Will you put Rachel matter on eight P.m. Eastern time on Sundays up against me. Here's what Because I'm going to defeat her and she's gotten $30 million, right, Mr Producer. That means I should get a lot more money. No. Did I? You're speechless. I want to go up against Rachel Maddow. Seriously, So please. MSNBC put her on eight P.m. eastern time Sundays on MSNBC against me. On Fox.

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Purple-Pink Diamond Sets World Record, Selling for over $29M

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:16 sec | 5 months ago

Purple-Pink Diamond Sets World Record, Selling for over $29M

"At auction in Hong Kong to secure a diamond 15.8 carats of a purple pink stone, the largest diamond ever sold at auction. Christie's calls the diamond Internally flawless it was bought by a private buyer in Asia. For nearly $30 million

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"around $30 million" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

05:35 min | 5 months ago

"around $30 million" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Made awkwardness its own kind of funny. It is Wednesday, May 19th singer Sam Smith is 29 years old today. The news is next. Live from NPR news. I'm Janine Herbs the houses that to vote today on a proposal to create a bipartisan commission to investigate the deadly January 6th attack on the U. S. Capitol. But as NPR's child, Snyder reports top Republicans are resisting. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy has come out in opposition to the proposal, and former President Donald Trump is urging Republicans to reject it. The full House is set to vote on the proposal. After one approval in the House Rules Committee along a party line vote. The proposal would set up an independent commission to investigate the attack. Similar to the panel that examine the 9 11 attacks. The proposal is expected to pass the house, but it may have a tougher time in the Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer is promising to bring it up for a vote. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell says Republicans are willing to listen to arguments about why such a commission is needed, but that he is pushing the pause button. Royal Snyder NPR news because officials say at least six Palestinians were killed in Israeli airstrikes overnight as fighting enters its 10th Day in Gaza. At least 219 Palestinians have been killed in Israel. At least 12 people have been killed by Palestinian rocket fire, and Israeli military official says Israel is preparing for more days of fighting. As NPR's Daniel Estrin reports from Tel Aviv. A senior Israeli military officials spoke to reporters, including NPR, on condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive matters related to the fighting. He said Israel had killed senior Gaza militants crippled its rocket launching capabilities and destroyed roughly 1/5 of an underground tunnel network. Israel says Hamas built in Gaza, The officials said the aim was to deter Hamas from firing rockets deep into Israel and to take the opportunity to hit it. Infrastructure Hamas had built up since their last war in 2014. The Israeli official would not discuss ceasefire demands, but said Israel has quote assessing whether the achievements are enough to bring a message to Hamas. Daniel Estrin. NPR news Tell Aviv Tonight. Ford unveils its new F 1 50 pickup and all electric truck they're calling the Lightning. NPR's Camilla Domina ski has more. The auto industry is betting huge quantities of money on a transition away from gas and diesel vehicles toward electric ones. Governments are promoting the shift because moving away from gas and diesel cars is a critical part of any plan to tackle climate change. Investors are on board because of the example of Tesla's runaway success Right now, Battery powered cars make up less than 3% of U. S sales. But they're also haven't been a ton of options. So the pivotal question is as more electric vehicles come on the market. Will drivers want to buy them? The F 1. 50 is America's most popular vehicle, so the fact that this truck is getting an electric version is getting a lot of attention. Camilla Domino SKI NPR news U. S futures contracts of trading lower at this hour. The NASDAQ Futures are down 1.5% our futures down 8/10 of a percent. This is NPR. Live from news 88 7 in Houston. I'm Kyra Buckley. Houston schools will no longer be able to require masks after June. 4th Governor Greg Abbott has issued an order banning school district statewide from requiring face coverings and government reporter Andrew Schneider says public schools and universities are moving quickly to comply. Houston eyes do. You should've brief public statement saying that it intends to comply with the governor's order and is awaiting further guidance from the Texas Education Agency. Spring branch eyes appears prepared to move more quickly. It issued a statement saying its board of trustees will meet next Monday. They're expected to take action on a resolution making masks optional As of May, 25th. Likewise, the University of Houston is issued a statement saying masks would no longer be required on campus. However, the university continues to encourage the wearing of face coverings, particularly for individuals who are not fully vaccinated. I'm Andrew Schneider in Houston. Houstonians are debating the future of the police department as the city maps out next year's budget. As news 88 sevens Jen Rice tells us the new chief and some community members want to move in opposite directions. Mayor Sylvester Turner's plan boosts the police budget by around $30 million and ads around 200 officers. Violent crime has increased over the past year with murders up around 40%. HPD chief Troy Fenner says Houston needs more cops on the streets. You have to be practical and look at your cities. We need more police and we don't need much more funding. But Brandon Mac elite organizer with black lives matter, Houston was one of a dozen people who called in to ask for cuts. I am urging the members of the Houston City Council to not increase the budget for Houston Police Department Into instead allocate funds for other areas such a neighborhood, Houston Health Department libraries and used them family services. We do not need more police police reform advocates say boosting community resource is does more to fight crime and reduce violence than adding more police. I'm generous in Houston. Hundreds of pro Palestinian demonstrators gathered outside the consulate general of Israel in Houston last night. As violence continues in some parts of the Middle East. Some are. Taha was in the occupied West Bank in 2018 when violence erupted. To cycle The.

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"around $30 million" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

05:22 min | 5 months ago

"around $30 million" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"From NPR news. I'm Janine Herbs. Some members of the board that oversees the U. S. Capitol Police will testify before Congress today on their role tied to the January six insurrection. And here's Claudia glee Solace reports. The entire board hasn't appeared before. Lawmakers since 1945. Republicans on the House Administration committee called for the hearing in the wake of concerns over the board's role overseeing Capitol police. The board's voting members are comprised of the House and Senate sergeant at Arms and the architect of the Capitol. But Senate sergeant at arms carrying Gibson will not appear in person before the committee. That means the board streak of not testifying together before Congress since 1945 remains in place. However, how Sergeant at arms. William Walker, who was sworn into his role last month after serving as the head of the D C National Guard, will appear before the panel along with the architect of the Capitol, J. Brett Blanton. Claudia Chrysalis. NPR NEWS Washington New York attorney. A state attorney general's office says its investigation of the Trump Organization is expanding NPR's child. Snyder reports. The investigation is now considering potential financial crimes. A spokesman for New York attorney General Leticia James issued a statement saying her offices expanding what had been a civil investigation. It is now pursuing criminal violations, along with the Manhattan district attorney, James is offices it has notified the Trump Organization. The former president has previously said James's investigation is politically motivated. NPR's Giles Snyder reporting the law enforcement officer who's fatally shot a black man in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, won't face charges or lose their jobs as well. Michael's from member station W. N. C reports. The local district attorney says the killing of Andrew Brown Jr was justified. Passports. A county sheriff says deputies were attempting to serve search and arrest warrants when they closely surrounded Brown's car and told him to put his hands up. District Attorney Andrew Womble claims Brown then began to use the car as a deadly weapon. When he tried to get away. He had two choices he could comply. He could try to flee. When he tried to flee. He put their lives in danger. Marble said he did not know if any deputies were injured. He shared about 45 seconds of body camera footage, but would not show more video or provide a copy of the investigation. Attorneys for the Brown family are demanding the release of both for NPR News. I'm will Michael's in Elizabeth City in India, the country's biggest vaccine producer, the Serum Institute. Says it won't be able to export vaccines until the end of the year. Countries that have already placed orders and paid or angry, but India says it needs the vaccines for his own citizens. The number of new Corona virus infections is falling, but the country said a new daily record for deaths at 4521 This is NPR Live from news 87 in Houston. I'm Kyra Buckley. Houston schools will no longer be able to require masks after June. 4th Governor Greg Abbott has issued an order banning school district statewide from requiring face coverings and government reporter Andrew Schneider says public schools and universities are moving quickly to comply. Houston eyes do. You should've brief public statement saying that it intends to comply with the governor's order and is awaiting further guidance from the Texas Education Agency. Spring branch Eyes D appears prepared to move more quickly. It issued a statement saying its board of trustees will meet next Monday. They're expected to take action on a resolution making masks optional As of May, 25th. Likewise, the University of Houston has issued a statement saying masks would no longer be required on campus. However, the university continues to encourage the wearing of face coverings, particularly for individuals who are not fully vaccinated. I'm Andrew Schneider in Houston. Houstonians are debating the future of the police department as the city maps out next year's budget. As news 88 sevens Jen Rice tells us the new chief and some community members want to move in opposite directions. Mayor Sylvester Turner's plan boosts the police budget by around $30 million and ads around 200 officers. Violent crime has increased over the past year with murders up around 40%. HPD chief Troy Fenner says Houston needs more cops on the streets. You have to be practical and look at your cities. We need more police and we don't need much more funding. But Brandon Mac elite organizer with black lives matter, Houston was one of a dozen people who called in to ask for cuts. I am urging the members of the Houston City Council to not increase the budget for Houston Police Department Into instead allocate funds for other areas such a neighborhood, Houston Health Department libraries and used them family services. We do not need more police police reform advocates say boosting community resource is does more to fight crime and reduce violence than adding more police. I'm generous in Houston. Harris County has lowered the cove in 19 threat level in our region, Judge Lena Hidalgo says, because of the number of people getting vaccinated, combined with decreasing covert hospitalizations. The threat is moving from red to orange. I'm confident. I really trust that.

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Las Vegas Family Awarded $29.5M in Allergic Reaction Case

WTMJ Conversations

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

Las Vegas Family Awarded $29.5M in Allergic Reaction Case

"Of their own Prince Phillip dying on Friday, a jury is awarding nearly $30 million to the family of a woman left brain damaged by a peanut allergy happened in Las Vegas eight years ago. Shan't tell Jack alone he was 27 when she went into an awful Actiq shock after biting into a pretzel infused with peanut butter while in Las Vegas for a convention in 2013 Jackal, Onis lawyer Christian Morris said she lost oxygen. To her brain for a period of minutes after seeking treatment from Medic West ambulance and argued that neither of the two medics on site that day at ivy epinephrine and adrenaline treatment for severe allergic reactions. Instead, the medics deployed in from muscular epinephrine and Jack Aloni was left with brain damage. The jury

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Trump's new PAC raises over $30 million

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

02:16 min | 8 months ago

Trump's new PAC raises over $30 million

"At the conservative. Political action conference in orlando over the weekend. Former president trump was clear. He will not start a new political party to make an end run around the grand old party. He drops strong hints. Though that he might like to run for president again there was interest. Also in rhonda. Santa's the governor of florida and the governor of south dakota kristi noem and trump is still very good at raising money. Marketplace's kimberly adams has that former. President trump never stopped raising money. I he pulled in cash from donors to fight his election loss and since then trump launched a leadership pac that raised over thirty million dollars in just a matter of months. Carl evers hellstrom monitors money in politics for open secrets dot org and he says politicians and groups who align themselves with trump are benefiting as well. The republican party is increasingly. Reliant on trump. actually raise money. so we've seen some. Corporate interests are not as interested in donating to them after the capital riot. Trump's supporters on the other hand still seem game to donate to the president and his allies. There were even rumors after the election. He might start a third political party and what he's done is actually a lot more interesting. Jennifer here. wig political sociologist at suny stony brook. He said okay. I have this kind of asset which is my a fundraising prowess and my donor or less than the ability to connect with people who maybe ordinarily wouldn't donate and so i'm going to use that and turn it into a formal organisation that the gop has to pay attention to and the republican party. Is we know that. President trump is still someone who was wildly popular and someone who was and is an effective fundraiser. Paris denard is a spokesperson for the republican national committee. We are optimistic. That he will continue to be the type of former president that engages in wants to help the rmc. A fundraise denied says trump has agreed to attend an r. n. c. donors event this spring in florida where republican leaders will be encouraging donors and the former president to support their efforts heading into the midterm elections in washington. I'm kimberly adams for marketplace

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California lawmakers approve $600 stimulus payments for 5.7 million people

Mark Thompson

00:25 sec | 8 months ago

California lawmakers approve $600 stimulus payments for 5.7 million people

"Lawmakers have approved at least $600 in one time payments for 5.7 million people making $30,000 or less It's part of a state size pandemic relief package aimed at helping those with low to moderate incomes. The state relief package includes $2 billion in grants for small businesses and waves of state fees for restaurants and hair salons. It also provides $30 million for food banks.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | 9 months ago

"around $30 million" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Radio and now check on New England business has Thief former home of the Red Sox. Triple A minor league team is now calling the team to corporate Tuckett, Rhode Island, claiming when the Red Sox high tailed it to Worcester, if bailed on performing required maintenance and repairs in connection to the city owned McCoy Stadium, the court filing. Is not specific to the amount of damages but claims the move left the city's taxpayers on the hook for the fixing or demolishing of the park. All the new home of the Worcester Red Sox is about to become the most expensive minor league baseball stadium ever built. New figures from Worcester City officials say the cost of polar park has now risen to $160 million due to delays. And also issues with the pandemic. The club has promised to pay for the cost overruns. The park is expected to be ready by first pitch this upcoming spring. Well, you could own a piece of Americana for just over $2 million. The country store in Stockbridge, which provided the setting for an iconic painting by Norman Rockwell is on the block. The store was featured in the painting. Home for Christmas. Stockbridge, Main Street provides a wintry snapshot of the town of the Berkshires, painted in 1967 by Rockwell, who spent his final years there and the one time home to Paragon Park and current arcade building could soon become an apartment complex, says the Patriot ledgers reporting the newly built boardwalk in Hole. Will be called the dunes and could feature the 140 units structure in a proposal that puts the construction costs at around $30 million. The owner saying plans change when the pandemic forced the arcade too close and was in a able to reopen until after the season had passed. It is now. 5 27 on WBZ news radio. Remember, you can always listen to a song that go with the I Heart radio app. It is easy to do and also tell any of your smart devices at home to play WBC news radio on I Heart radio and you've got us there as well as we get going here on this Tuesday morning,.

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Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner spend $30M on Miami land

Rush Limbaugh

00:24 sec | 11 months ago

Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner spend $30M on Miami land

"Ivanka and her husband, Jared Kushner, have reportedly bought land in Miami Dade County, The New York Post Page six ports As of yesterday, the couple paid $30 million for a two acre plot on Indian Creek Island. That's about an hour from President Trump's home in Palm Beach County. The couple will reportedly keep their home in New York. And MasterCard is investigating a sexual abuse claim against adult

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"around $30 million" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:48 min | 11 months ago

"around $30 million" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"From Belgium on United Airlines Moderna asking for emergency use authorization as well. It receives Steve. Also, Asami has more. These health experts from across the country will be meeting here and will actually take a vote on who should get the vaccine first, for example, seniors or health care professionals who deal with patients sick with covert 19 and where the vaccine should be headed to first, for example, communities that are hardest hit. It is then up to the states to decide how these recommendations should be put. Into practice vaccine right now being stored at a warehouse in Michigan, awaiting procedural checks and balances. The Navy is scrapping the USS Bonham Rashard, which was destroyed by fire in July, ABC or CBS News National security consultant Jeff McCausland maybe had considered to other options. Storing the ship to his priest condition which have caused an estimated 2.5 to $3.2 billion and taken 5 to 7 years or converting it to a hospital or a parent ship, which would have cost Nearly a billion dollars. Decommissioning will cost around $30 million over the next nine months to a year and a different approach. But the same goal is capital launches its annual kids two Kids toy Drive. This year's draft in Wonderland is a drive through that was sent to live reindeer, a cityscape in lights, all of the lights, nothing but light tunnels and led lights. Shows everywhere. So it's it's just mesmerizing co president Jim Chasm, Eric says the cause stays the same. Getting toys to kids in need. Certainly a great teachable moment for everybody when they collected some 230,000 twice over 15 years, probably largest toy drive in the state of those kids. Two kids Christmas Wonderland runs through the end of December. Tree Miller WTMJ News. You can find out more about times and tickets at wtmj dot com. You can also be sure to tune in Friday for day.

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"around $30 million" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:13 min | 11 months ago

"around $30 million" Discussed on KCRW

"Toronto Raptors really want to play? You know in Toronto, but can't because the cove it Golden State warriors want fans in the stadium but can't because of Cove? It High schoolers want to get back to sports, but can't because of that. You can finish that sentence. NPR's sports correspondent Tom Goldman joins us, Tom. Good morning. Good morning, Scott. Nice to be with you. My friend with you try to represent couldn't work it out with the Canadian government to play at home. S so they're going to move the whole operation to Tampa, like the Blue Jays, who shuffled off to Buffalo. I feel terrible for Toronto. There's your two good teams and and They can't play, you know, before fans who have loved them what's going on? Well, there are strict covet rules and Canada governing travel between Canada and the U. S, including a required 14 day quarantine for anyone entering candidate for for non essential reasons, and now two weeks is impossible for NBA teams with their tightly packed schedules. So the Raptor came up with a plan of safety protocols and testing, they hope would be enough to get an exemption from the quarantine. But The Canadian government said No, there's too much covert out there Toronto In fact, going on lockdown and and cases, of course, they're surging and much of the U. S. So it'll be the Tampa Raptor, at least to start the season. And as you mentioned, they'll be vagabonds like baseball's Toronto Blue Jays, who played their home games in Buffalo this past season. Now. Speaking of testing, the MBA, the owner of the Golden State Warriors had a plan to bring fans into the stadium, but it was rejected this week by the San Francisco Health Department. What happened? Well, the same thing candidate told the Raptor now is just not the time owner Joe Lake of wanted to fill San Francisco's Chase Center to 50% capacity that's about 9000 fans. He even offered to pay around $30 million to test everyone entering the arena. Scott, As you know, NBA teams are desperate to get fans back in to get fans money back. But Lake Up, said he also wanted this to be a blueprint. For how to safely bring large amounts of people inside, the San Francisco Health Department said Maybe later when the pandemic eases up Another warrior news, Clay Thompson, sustained, uh An injury that will end his season. You always got to worry about about coming back from that, and Uh, you know, a great player and he just hasn't been able to do with his best that this was a tough one. You know, He's a five time All star. He spent all last season rehabbing a torn ligament in his left knee. The hope was with him back. The Warriors could be relevant again. Remember between 2015 and 2019? They were a dynasty. They went to five straight NBA finals, won three titles. But then this week he tore his right Achilles while working out and, as you say, is expected to miss a second straight year. Tough news. High school sports. Ah, more states canceling their high school sports program. Um, for the winter. This is tough on the athletes tough on families. But these are tough times. Yeah, and you know in the states that are pausing you sports like Utah, Minnesota, Illinois, California. There's debate and it sometimes pretty heated. You know, one side says Let him play. Kids need the physical, social on mental benefits of sport. They say statistically, kids don't get seriously ill from covet. The other side says most states don't preemptively test high school kids like they do in college and pro sports. So they're sending young athletes have to play running the risk of spreading the virus and wall they might not be affected as much Scott. There's concern. Obviously, that older adults they come in contact with will Yeah. NPR's Tom Goldman. Thanks so much. You're welcome. Frank is the dashing uncle from a small town, South Carolina family. He lives up in New York. He quotes, poetry and teaches that he wears cologne. He dresses with flair and has an instinctive sympathy for nieces and nephews. You can feel a little misunderstood. His niece Beth comes to New York for school in 1973 knocks on Uncle Frank's Door and Greenwich Village and meets a surprise. My name is Molly..

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"around $30 million" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:22 min | 11 months ago

"around $30 million" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The Toronto Raptors really want to play? You know, in Toronto, but camp because the cove it Golden State warriors want fans in the stadium but can't because of Cove it high schoolers want to get back to sports, but can't cause of That you can finish that sentence. NPR's sports correspondent Tom Goldman joins us, Tom Good morning. Good morning, Scott. Nice to be with you. My friend with you try to represent couldn't work it out with the Canadian government to play at home. S so they're going to move the whole operation to Tampa, like the Blue Jays, who shuffled off to Buffalo. I feel terrible for Toronto. There's your two good teams and and They can't play, you know, before fans who have loved them what's going on? Well, there are strict covet rules and Canada governing travel between Canada and the U. S, including a required 14 day quarantine for anyone entering candidate for non essential reasons. Now two weeks is impossible for NBA teams, so they're tightly packed schedules. So the rafters came up with a plan of safety protocols and testing, they hope would be enough to get an exemption from the quarantine. But the Canadian government said no, there's too much covert out there. Toronto In fact, Going on lockdown and cases. Of course, they're surging and much of the U. S. So it'll be the Tampa Raptor, at least to start the season. And as you mentioned, they'll be vagabonds like baseball's Toronto Blue Jays, who played their home games and Buffalo this past season. Now. Speaking of testing, the MBA, the owner of the Golden State Warriors had a plan to bring fans into the stadium, but it was rejected this week by the San Francisco Health Department. What happened? Well, the same thing candidate told the Raptor now is just not the time owner Joe Lake of wanted to fill San Francisco's Chase Center to 50% capacity. It's about 9000 fans. He even offered to pay around $30 million to test everyone entering the arena. Scott as you know, n ba teams, they're desperate to get fans back in to get fans money back. But Lake of said he also wanted this to be a blueprint. For how to safely bring large amounts of people inside, the San Francisco Health Department said Maybe later when the pandemic eases up. Another warrior news, Clay Thompson sustained An injury that will end his season. You always got to worry about about coming back from that, and Uh, you know, a great player and he just hasn't been able to do with his best that this was a tough one. You know, He's a five time all star. He spent all last season rehabbing a torn ligament in his left knee. Hope was with him back. The Warriors could be relevant again. Remember between 2015 2019. They were a dynasty. They went to five straight NBA finals, won three titles. But then this week he tore his right Achilles while working out and, as you say, is expected to Mrs second straight year tough news. High school sports More states canceling their high school sports program for the winter. This is tough on the athletes tough on families. These are tough times. Yeah, and you know in the states that are pausing you sports like Utah, Minnesota, Illinois, California. There's debate and it sometimes pretty heated. You know, one side says Let him play. Kids need the physical, social on mental benefits of sport. They say statistically, kids don't get seriously ill from covet. The other side says most states don't preemptively test high school kids like they do in college and pro sports. So they're sending young athletes have to play running the risk of spreading the virus, And while they might not be affected as much, Scott, there's concern, obviously, that older adults they come in contact with will Yeah. NPR's Tom Goldman. Thanks so much. You're welcome. Frank. There's the dashing uncle from a small town, South Carolina family. He lives up in New York. He quotes, poetry and teaches that he wears cologne. He dresses with flair and has an instinctive sympathy for nieces and nephews. You can feel a little misunderstood. His niece, Beth comes to New York for school in 1973 knocks on Uncle Frank's Door and Greenwich Village and meets a surprise. My name's Wally, You have or you, I've been begging franked introduces. So have you, Uncle Frank. He's.

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"around $30 million" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:23 min | 11 months ago

"around $30 million" Discussed on KCRW

"The Toronto Raptors really want to play? You know in Toronto, but can't because a cove it Golden State warriors want fans in the stadium but can't because of Cove? It High schoolers want to get back to sports, but can't because of that. You can finish that sentence. NPR's sports correspondent Tom Goldman joins us, Tom. Good morning. Good morning, Scott. Nice to be with you. My friend with you try to represent couldn't work it out with the Canadian government to play at home. S so they're going to move the whole operation to Tampa, like the Blue Jays, who shuffled off to Buffalo. I feel terrible for Toronto. These your two good teams and and they can't play. You know, before fans who have loved them what's going on? Well. There are strict covet rules and Canada governing travel between Canada and the U. S, including a required 14 Day quarantine for anyone entering Canada for for non essential reasons. And now two weeks is impossible for NBA teams, so they're tightly packed schedules. So the Raptor came up with a plan of safety protocols and testing. They hope would be enough to get an exemption from the quarantine. But The Canadian government said No, there's too much covert out there Toronto In fact, going on lockdown and and cases, of course, they're surging and much of the U. S. So it'll be the Tampa rafters at least to start the season. And as you mentioned, they'll be vagabonds like baseball's Toronto Blue Jays, who played their home games in Buffalo this past season. Now. Speaking of testing, the MBA, the owner of the Golden State Warriors had a plan to bring fans into the stadium, but it was rejected this week by the San Francisco Health Department. What happened? Well, the same thing candidate told the Raptor now is just not the time owner Joe Lake of wanted to fill San Francisco's Chase Center to 50% capacity That's about 9000 fans. He even offered to pay around $30 million to test everyone entering the arena. Scott. As you know, N Ba teams are desperate to get fans back in to get fans money back. But Lake up, said he also wanted this to be a blueprint for how to safely bring large amounts of people inside, the San Francisco Health Department said maybe later when the pandemic eases up. Another warrior news, Clay Thompson sustained an injury that will end his season. You always got to worry about about coming back from that, and Uh, you know, a great player and he just hasn't been able to do with his best that this was a tough one. You know, He's a five time All star. He spent all last season rehabbing a torn ligament in his left knee. The hope was with him back. The Warriors could be relevant again. Remember between 2015 and 2019? They were a dynasty. They went to five straight NBA finals, won three titles. But then this week he tore his right Achilles while working out and, as you say, is expected to Mrs second straight year tough news. High school sports More states canceling their high school sports program. Um, for the winter. This is tough on the athletes tough on families. But these are tough times. Yeah, and you know in the states that are pausing you sports like Utah, Minnesota, Illinois, California. There's debate and it sometimes pretty heated. You know, one side says Let him play. Kids need the physical, social on mental benefits of sport. They say statistically, kids don't get seriously ill from covet. The other side says most states don't preemptively test high school kids like they do in college and pro sports. So they're sending young athletes have to play running the risk of spreading the virus and wall they might not be affected as much Scott. There's concern. Obviously, that older adults they come in contact with will Yeah. NPR's Tom Goldman. Thanks so much. You're welcome. Frank is the dashing uncle from a small town, South Carolina family. He lives up in New York. He quotes, poetry and teaches that he wears cologne. He dresses with flair and has an instinctive sympathy for nieces and nephews. You can feel a little misunderstood. His niece Beth comes to New York for school in 1973 knocks on Uncle Frank's Door and Greenwich Village and meets a surprise. My name is Molly. How are you? I've been begging franked introduce us so happy and Uncle Frank. He's my roommate..

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"around $30 million" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:12 min | 11 months ago

"around $30 million" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The Toronto Raptors really want to play? You know in Toronto, but can't because the cove it Golden State warriors want fans in the stadium but can't Those of Cove it high. Schoolers want to get back to sports, but can't because of that. You can finish that sentence. NPR's sports correspondent Tom Goldman joins us, Tom. Good morning. Good Morning, Scott. Nice to be with you. My friend, um with you try to represent couldn't work it out with the Canadian government to play at home. S so they're going to move the whole operation to Tampa, like the Blue Jays, who shuffled off to Buffalo. I feel terrible for Toronto. There's your two good teams and and They can't play, you know, before fans who have loved them what's going on? Well, there are strict covet rules and Canada governing travel between Canada and the U. S, including a required 14 day quarantine for anyone entering candidate for non essential reasons. Now two weeks is impossible for NBA teams, so they're tightly packed schedules. So the rafters came up with a plan of safety protocols and testing, they hope would be enough to get an exemption from the quarantine. But the Canadian government said no, there's too much covert out there. Toronto In fact, Going on lockdown and cases. Of course, they're surging and much of the U. S. So it'll be the Tampa Raptor, at least to start the season. And as you mentioned, they'll be vagabonds like baseball's Toronto Blue Jays, who played their home games in Buffalo this past season. Now. Speaking of testing, the MBA, the owner of the Golden State Warriors had a plan to bring fans into the stadium, but it was rejected this week by the San Francisco Health Department. What happened? Well, the same thing candidate told the Raptor now is just not the time owner Joe Lake of wanted to fill San Francisco's Chase Center to 50% capacity That's about 9000 fans. He even offered to pay around $30 million to test everyone entering the arena. Scott. As you know, N Ba teams are desperate to get fans back in to get fans money back. But Lake of said he also wanted this to be a blueprint for how to safely bring large amounts of people inside, the San Francisco Health Department said maybe later when the pandemic eases up. Another warrior news, Clay Thompson sustained an injury that will end his season. You always got to worry about about coming back from that, and Uh, you know, a great player and he just hasn't been able to do with his best that this was a tough one. You know, He's a five time All star. He spent all last season rehabbing a torn ligament in his left knee. The hope was with him back. The Warriors could be relevant again. Remember between 2015 2019? They were a dynasty. They went to five straight NBA finals, won three titles. But then this week he tore his right Achilles while working out and, as you say, is expected to Mrs second straight year tough news. High school sports more states canceling their high school sports program for the winter. This is tough on the athletes, tough on families, but these are tough times. Yeah. And you know in the states that are pausing you sports like Utah, Minnesota, Illinois, California. There's debate and it sometimes pretty heated. You know, one side says Let him play. Kids need the physical, social on mental benefits of sport. They say statistically, kids don't get seriously ill from covet. The other side says most states don't preemptively test high school kids like they do in college and pro sports. So they're sending young athletes have to play running the risk of spreading the virus and wall they might not be affected as much Scott. There's concern. Obviously, that older adults they come in contact with will Yeah. NPR's Tom Goldman. Thanks so much. You're welcome. Frank. There's the dashing uncle from a small town, South Carolina family. He lives up in New York. He quotes, poetry and teaches that he wears cologne. He dresses with flair and has an instinctive sympathy for nieces and nephews. You can feel a little misunderstood. His niece Beth comes to New York for school in 1973 knocks on Uncle Frank's Door and Greenwich Village and meets a surprise. My name's.

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Warriors' plan aims to allow 50% fan capacity

KNBR Tonight

05:03 min | 1 year ago

Warriors' plan aims to allow 50% fan capacity

"Year. We should have something to cheer about. But now, of course No fans or will there be? Or in the ESPN. Ramona Shelburne. Warriors have a plan a very expensive plan. Get 50% capacity at Chase Center this year. If you might be saying deter, how the hell are they going to do that? And I asked the same question. And I'm still pretty skeptical that they can pull this off because as of yesterday or maybe even the day before that, I believe they just rolled back. Lot of openings that we were doing here in the city of San Francisco. Situation is not getting better. Getting worse. We're not going to get into the nitty gritty of that. Because that is something I'm not fully qualified to do, Nor probably are you unless you are. George Rutherford, Dr Jordan Rutherford Police feel free to call in Anyway, KNBR. Warriors want to get 50% capacity. At Chez Center. And here's How Joe Lake up who, by the way Bio tech billionaire public health. Degree from U C. L A nose a little bit about. This has a little bit of expertise in this area. I wouldn't say he's epidemiologists or anything like that. I wouldn't put him in charge of the Coronavirus task force. Or anything like that, but certainly more qualified than myself. To figure out how to get 50% capacity. At Chase Center. Now bear with me hear it does get a little In the weeds. But when we're talking about this, we need to be specific about what the hell's going on. This information is important, even if it is a little dense. I'll do my best here but bear with me. The plan is Lakers going to spend $30 million Which you might say That's chump change. That's an Andrew Wiggins. The test every fan employees and player Media to be determined. I would imagine that he's not going to spend the money on us Can't really blame him. Of course, you will have masks and you will have distancing. But the plan is they're going to use a rapid PCR test. So the PCR test that's the deep one right where they get real up in the nose. Those were supposed to be about 99% accurate Now, Joe Lake Up, says he's gotta read. He's got a He's got a guy. He's got a plug. You can get him rapid PCR tests. That means 20 minutes or so you could get an answer, as opposed to what we saw with Major League baseball, where it's 24 hours later, which worked out great at the end of the World Series. I mean bang up job. Think about the amount of times that baseball had a problem this year because of the delay. We're going from 24 hours to 20 minutes. And you might go. We already have rapid testing like that, Peter, we do. There. Auntie Gin tests. Now this is this is the difference. The PCR is the 99% 1. So that's finding any kind of the virus. In your nose. Going up in there finding some of the virus. And then through technology being able to figure out, you know. If you have it or not, If you can't find it after the amplifying, amplifying, amplifying, amplify you don't have it. You got a little bit it. The anti Jin tests are different. They're looking for something that is bound. To the virus. Basically, you have to be shedding the virus in order for the anti Jin test to succeed. Now, those tests are very fast. Take like 10 15 minutes, right? You could get a result. If you're shedding the virus, you probably are showing some symptoms. And so it's estimated. But there is a 30 to 50% miss rate. With these rapid auntie gin tests. Which at a certain point you're like, Why are we bothering with him? Why are we spending all this money? The PCR is the way to go to believe to be 99% accurate. If we could have a situation where the PCR test He's going as fast as the anti gene tests. I don't know about you. But 99% is a lot better than 50% or even 70% on its best day. The Joe Lake up once rapid PCR tests for every fan player and employees. On day of game. Now. I don't know what it's not like You could put everybody in a room in test. Um, just sit around. Mean Chase Center has a great filtration from everything I heard. I heard that well before you know, we really cared about filtration because that was something I cared about him. Big fan, big fan of ventilation. I think they can change out. The air and Chase Center four times an hour like change out the entirety of the air, which seems like a pretty good thing to do. You could also have nothing but outside air coming in. Really let it flow. And I say that would be a good plan. But these rapid PCR tests are the difference. And then George Rutherford. The After mentioned George Rutherford public health expert saying This is as close to a perfect plan as I've seen

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Miami's revenue was 30 million dollars more than anticipated

Sean Hannity

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Miami's revenue was 30 million dollars more than anticipated

"City's revenue was nearly $30 million Maura than anticipated meeting its belt tightening. You've been a bit too tight. We will not have to let go of the 66 police officers that we thought we were gonna have to let go or the 17 firefighters. Mayor Francis worries believes to keep the situation heading in the right direction. We must focus on controlling covert 19. He says. He's going to try and talk with the governor and talk him into allowing mask violators to be fine. Once again. Miami Dade police on the

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"around $30 million" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"around $30 million" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"J breaking News Center on Kevin Wells. A covert 19 outbreak at UW. Madison has some students on campus under quarantine for the next 14 days. Kind of took us by surprise, but Very surreal. One day down 13 more to go. Freshman Abby Moriarity lives in Celery Hall and says she is concerned about getting the Corona virus but is keeping everything in perspective, obviously being on a college campus like at a higher risk, But I've been here for about weeks and I've been fine. Melissa Barclay W. T. M. J knew staying in Madison, the state's high court, preventing clerks for mailing out absentee ballots as it works to settle a lawsuit filed by the Green Party to get its candidate listed. It's a move that could create headaches for the state's elections commission. So I think it would be incredibly problematic if the ballot were changed after they've already started, administrator Meghan Wolf says over 300,000 ballots were ready to be shipped off by next week's deadline. Now they must figure out if anyone out. All right, Here's what we got A So that's where voters have already received the original ballot, and then they're sent to a second ballot. And then there's a process for sort of determining which ones of those Tony T. M. J News. Wolf says they still have not gathered information from municipality since nine counties across the state. Governor Tony Evers has ordered that all American flags and Wisconsin flags fly at half staff today in honor of 9 11. Today marks 19 years since 3000 people lost their lives in the attacks in New York City. Friday, is also Wisconsin's day of service Evers encouraging all Wisconsinites who wish to take part in the day of service to do so safely. Back in Milwaukee. The Common Council Steering and Rules Committee met Thursday to discuss a potential 10% cut from the Milwaukee Police Department. Saving the city around $30 million T. M. J Force. Toni Atkins has the details that money would potentially be diverted into officer training, mental health programming, violence prevention and.

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"around $30 million" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"around $30 million" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Targeting US political campaigns and companies that work for them. Microsoft reports the same Russian military intelligence outfit fancy bear that hacked the Democrats in 2016 has tried similar insurance to disrupt this year's election. The efforts reflect a broader increase in targeting US political campaigns and related groups with Chinese and Iranian state actors. Also up to no good. Microsoft says most of the hacking attempts were halted by their security software. And the target's notified the company would not comment on who may have been successfully hacked or the impact. Microsoft did not assess which foreign adversary posted a greater threat to the integrity of the November presidential election. But the consensus among cybersecurity experts is that it's Russia. Tomur Gotti, Fox new attorneys for four former Minneapolis police officers charged in George Floyd's death. Will be in a Minneapolis courtroom Friday, asking that each of them get separate trials. Prosecutors want all four officers tried together because the charges and the evidence similar. Floyd died on Memorial Day after Officer Derrick Show Vin Preston e and it was neck for several minutes. The Justice Department's charging dozens of people with defrauding the paycheck protection program. Acting Assistant Attorney General Brian Rabbit announced the arrest of 57 suspects in a crackdown on fraud related to the program created to help small businesses stay afloat during the Corona virus pandemic. We've brought charges and no fewer than 19 separate Judicial districts across the United States. The alleged swindlers tried to make off with more than $175 million, and prosecutors say some of them tried to launder money. Rabbit says the Justice Department has been able to freeze to recover around $30 million Rachel Sutherland. Fox is at the U. S. Tennis Open. Serena Williams bid for a record tying 24th Grand Slam title ends in a loss to Victoria Azarenka from Belarus. Jack Callahan, This's Fox News. Looking to learn. Then join my car. Others on something you should know. Podcast. Why can't you do both? Why can't you be grateful for what you have but still want more? Let him enlighten you on how to deal with jerks how to count to infinity and why people believe in aliens? How many people believe that The Earth has been visited by.

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"around $30 million" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"around $30 million" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"J breaking News Center. I'm Kevin Wells, a covert 19 outbreak at UW. Madison has some students on campus under quarantine for the next 14 days. Kind of took us by surprise, but that's serial. One day down. 13 more to go. Freshman Abby Moriarity lives in Celery Hall and says she is concerned about getting the Corona virus but is keeping everything in perspective being on a college campus. At a higher risk, but I've been here for about weeks and I've been fine. Melissa Barclay W. T. M J knew staying in Madison, the state's high court, preventing clerks from mailing out absentee ballots as it works to settle a lawsuit filed by the Green Party to get its candidate listed. It's a move that could create headaches for the state's elections commission. So I think it would be incredibly problematic if the ballot where he changed after they've already started, administrator Megan Wolf says over 300,000 ballots were ready to be shipped off by next week. Online. Now they must figure out if anyone out. All right. Here's what we heard a peep about. So that's where voters have already received the original ballot and then their sense a second ballot. And then there's a process or sort of determining which ones of those Tony back Billy T. M. J News. Wolf says they still have not gathered information from municipality since nine counties across the state. Governor Tony Evers has ordered that all American flags in Wisconsin flags fly at half staff today in honor of 9 11. Today marks 19 years since 3000 people lost their lives in the attacks in New York City. Friday, is also Wisconsin's day of service Evers encouraging all Wisconsinites who wish to take part in the day of service to do so safely. Back in Milwaukee. The Common Council Steering and Rules Committee met Thursday to discuss a potential 10% cut from the Milwaukee Police Department. Saving the city around $30 million team. Atkins has the details. Money would potentially be diverted into officer training, mental health programming, violence prevention and affordable housing. This report says, diverting 30 million would mean 120 to 150 MPD vacancies. Through the end of next year. Those vacancies would come in the form of retirement and layoffs based on seniority. Community service. Officers would also see expanded roles, including responding to low priority calls its deadline day for applicants vying to become Milwaukee's next top cop. T. M. J Foreign News, says 10 people have applied so far to become the next chief of police. The Viral Police Commission will narrow the list down to five later this month. Acting chief Michael Bronson took over the role last month after chief Alfonso Morales was demoted amid tensions with the.

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"around $30 million" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"around $30 million" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"A new warning that foreign hackers are targeting US political campaigns and companies that work for them. Microsoft reports the same Russian military intelligence outfit fancy bear that attacked the Democrats in 2016 has tried similar insurance institute is roughed. This year's election efforts reflect a broader increase in targeting US political campaigns and related groups with Chinese and Iranian state actors. Also up to no good, Microsoft says most of the hacking attempts Were halted by their security software and the target's notified the company would not comment on who may have been successfully hacked or the impact. Microsoft did not assess which foreign adversary posed a greater threat to the integrity of the November presidential election. But the consensus among cyber security experts is that it's Russia. Tomur Gotti, Fox. New attorneys for four former Minneapolis police officers charged in George Floyd's death will be in a Minneapolis courtroom Friday, asking that each of them get separate trials. Prosecutors want all four officers tried together because the charges and the evidence similar Floyd died on Memorial Day after Officer Derrick Show Vin Preston e into his neck for several minutes. The Justice Department's charging dozens of people with defrauding the paycheck protection program. I think it's a sanitary general Brian Rabbit announced the arrest of 57 suspects in a crackdown on fraud related to the program created to help small businesses stay afloat during the Corona virus pandemic. We've brought charges in no fewer In 19 separate judicial district across the United States. The alleged swindlers tried to make off with more than $175 million, and prosecutors say some of them tried to launder money. Rabbit says the Justice Department has been able to freeze to recover around $30 million Rachel Sutherland. Fox is at the U. S. Tennis Open. Serena Williams bid for a record tying 24th Grand Slam title ends in a loss to Victoria Azarenka from Belarus..

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"around $30 million" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"around $30 million" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Need it on demand from Fox News and Amazon, Alexa A new warning that foreign hackers are targeting US political campaigns and companies that work for the Microsoft reports. The same Russian military intelligence outfit fancy bear that hacked the Democrats in 2016 has tried similar insurance to disrupt this year's election. The efforts reflect a broader increase in targeting US political campaigns and related groups with Chinese and Iranian state actors. Also up to no good. Microsoft says most of the hacking attempts were halted by their security software and the target's notified The company would not comment on who may have been successfully hacked or the impact. Microsoft did not assess which foreign adversary posted a greater threat to the integrity of the November presidential election. But the consensus among cyber security experts is that it's Russia. Tomur Gotti, Fox new attorneys for four former Minneapolis police officers charged in George Floyd's death. Will be in a Minneapolis courtroom Friday, asking that each of them get separate trials. Prosecutors want all four officers tried together because the charges and the evidence similar. Floyd died on Memorial Day after Officer Derrick Show Vin Preston e and it was neck for several minutes. The Justice Department's charging dozens of people with defrauding the paycheck protection program. Acting Assistant Attorney General Brian Rabbit announced the arrest of 57 suspects in a crackdown on fraud related to the program created to help small businesses stay afloat during the Corona virus pandemic. We've brought charges and no fewer than 19 separate Judicial districts across the United States. The alleged swindlers tried to make off with more than $175 million, and prosecutors say some of them tried to launder money. Rabbit says the Justice Department has been able to freeze a recover around $30 million Rachel Sutherland Foxes at the U. S. Tennis Open. Serena Williams bid for a record tying 24th Grand Slam title ends in a loss to Victoria Azarenka from Belarus. Jack Callahan, This's Fox News. A DHD. It's the child who can't pay attention or sit still in school, right? The answer may be, yes, Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or a DHD can be complicated and it can last a lifetime. Living with a condition can sometimes be a challenge..

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"around $30 million" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"around $30 million" Discussed on KTOK

"From Fox News and Amazon. Alexa a new warning that foreign hackers are targeting US political campaigns and companies that work for the Microsoft reports. The same Russian military intelligence outfit fancy bear that packed the Democrats in 2016 has tried similar insurance to disrupt this year's election. The efforts reflect a broader increase in targeting US political campaigns and related groups with Chinese and Iranian state actors. Also up to no good. Microsoft says most of the hacking attempts were halted by their security. Software and the target's notified the company would not comment on who may have been successfully hacked or the impact. Microsoft did not assess which foreign adversary posted a greater threat to the integrity of the November presidential election. But the consensus among cyber security experts is that it's Russia. Tomur Gotti, Fox new attorneys for four former Minneapolis police officers charged in George Floyd's death. Will be in a Minneapolis courtroom Friday, asking that each of them get separate trials. Prosecutors want all four officers tried together because the charges and the evidence similar. Floyd died on Memorial Day after Officer Derrick Show Vin Preston e and it was neck for several minutes. The Justice Department's charging dozens of people with defrauding the paycheck protection program. Acting Assistant Attorney General Brian Rabbit announced the arrest of 57 suspects in a crackdown on fraud related to the program created to help small businesses stay afloat during the Corona virus pandemic. We've brought charges and no fewer than 19 separate Judicial districts across the United States. The alleged swindlers tried to make off with more than $175 million, and prosecutors say some of them tried to launder money. Rabbit says the Justice Department has been able to freeze to recover around $30 million Rachel Sutherland. Fox is at the U. S. Tennis Open. Serena Williams bid for a record tying 24th Grand Slam title ends in a loss to Victoria Azarenka from Belarus..

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"around $30 million" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"around $30 million" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Come on, guys, Let's get it and let's make some dough. The Justice Department charging dozens of people trying to steal money from the paycheck protection program thing is this. An attorney general Brian Rabbit, announced the arrest of 57 suspects in a crackdown on fraud related to the program created to help small businesses stay afloat during the Corona virus pandemic. We've brought charges and no fewer than 19. Separate judicial district across the United States. The alleged swindlers tried to make off with more than $175 million, and prosecutors say some of them try to launder money. Rabbit says the Justice Department has been able to freeze a recover around $30 million Rachel Sutherland, Foxes for emergency medical technicians and paramedics or present when a Detroit area woman was pronounced dead on Ly to be found alive later. The funeral home are suing to keep their licenses from being suspended. The for responded to a call last month oven unresponsive woman at a home. One of them, Michael Storms reported to a doctor who was not at the scene. That the woman was unresponsive for 30 minutes and he pronounced her dead. The fire chief of Southfield, Michigan, says the city is investigating Another incident were college students have been called partying. Breaking covert. 19 rules this time at Ohio East in Oxford, Ohio, broke up a party Saturday attended by some 20 Miami University students in violation of Corona virus orders, and police later reportedly learned that a student who lived in the house was under quarantine after testing positive for Corona virus, you know First, he says more than 1000 students have also tested positive, though the school still expects to begin reduced on campus learning later this month. Universities across the country have also suspended students and threatened suspensions for attending similar off campus parties. Jeff Man. Also Fox News Wall Street outlaws 405 NASDAQ Off to 21 The S and P lost 59 points..

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"around $30 million" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"around $30 million" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"His department charging dozens of people trying to steal money from the paycheck protection program being. Assistant Attorney General Brian Rabbit announced the arrest of 57 suspects in a crackdown on fraud related to the program created to help small businesses stay afloat during the Corona virus pandemic. We've brought charges in no fewer than 19. Separate judicial district across the United States. The alleged swindlers tried to make off with more than $175 million, and prosecutors say some of them try to launder money. Rabbit says the Justice Department has been able to freeze to recover around $30 million Rachel Sutherland. Boxes for emergency medical technicians and paramedics that were present when the Detroit area woman was pronounced dead on Ly to be found alive later, the funeral home are suing to keep their licenses from being suspended. The for responded to a call last month oven unresponsive woman in a home, one of them, Michael Storms reported to a doctor who was not at the scene. That the woman was unresponsive for 30 minutes and he pronounced her dead. The fire chief of Southfield, Michigan, says the city is investigating another incident were college students have been caught partying, breaking covert 19 rules this time at Ohio Police in Oxford, Ohio, broke up a party Saturday attended by some 20 Miami University students in violation of Corona virus orders, and police later reportedly learned that a student who lived in the house was under quarantine after testing positive for Corona virus. First, he says more than 1000 students have also tested positive, though the school still expects to begin reduced on campus learning later this month. Universities across the country have also suspended students and threatened suspensions for attending similar off campus parties. Jeff Man. Also Fox News Wall Street outlaws 405 NASDAQ Off to 21 the S and P lost 59 points. I nly Scylla, Sarah, and this is new. Wcbm Baltimore Flash would watch.

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"around $30 million" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"around $30 million" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"American families before the election. Colorado Department of Labor and Employment says it has prevented AH lot of fraud and claims for pandemic unemployment assistance. It has 18 fraud prevention, Khun triggers that have prevented an estimated 750 million. $1 billion in fraudulent and unemployment payments. The Justice Department has charged dozens of people with trying to steal money from the paycheck protection program. Acting Assistant Attorney General Brian Rabbit announced the arrest of 57 suspects in a crackdown on fraud related to the program created to help small businesses stay afloat during the Corona virus pandemic. We've brought charges in no fewer In 19 separate judicial districts across the United States. The alleged swindlers tried to make off with more than $175 million, and prosecutors say some of them tried to launder money. Rabbit says the Justice Department has been able to freeze to recover around $30 million Rachel Sutherland, Fox's nationally There is no change in the number of weekly jobless claims with 884,000 Americans filing initial claims last week. In Colorado for the second week in a row. Initial claims for unemployment were under 6000, board member of the Colorado High School Activities Association in Keohane News radio's Dave Logan going at it today over the decision to stay with the schedule to play football in the spring. Instead of the fall. Ryan West says board members were doing their jobs when they rejected a proposal to restore fall football. I genuinely believe everybody on that board. Um Is representing their constituents. But Dave Logan took issue with that. I know that in the Centennial League, it was unanimous. I know bolder voted to play football. I know you're familiar with Jeff. Go. I know Jeff go voted play football. So how can you sit here and tell me that that they're representing 100% of their constituents and that they all agreed they should not play, West says other league said they were not ready and Chester has to make decisions for the entire state. The NFL season, kicking off tonight in Kansas City, where the Chiefs host the Texas the Broncos over the season on Monday night football against the Titans. Wall Street's negative right now, with the Dow industrials down 110 points the S and P 500 losing 15 the NASDAQ off 47 Our next news updates at 12 30, I'm Susan would get on K O a news radio a 50 A M and 90 for one FM. At Kettle brand..

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The pandemic may cause 40 million Americans to lose their homes

Pacifica Evening News

01:59 min | 1 year ago

The pandemic may cause 40 million Americans to lose their homes

"About 1/3 of all Americans rent their homes, and a new report for the Aspen Institute shows the pandemic related unemployment crisis could mean eviction. For more than 40% of those households without additional relief measures. Roz Brown reports. Nevada is behind only Alabama, where renters are the most vulnerable to eviction. Other top states for vulnerable renters include Oklahoma, Louisiana and New York City Co author Sam Gillman says the loss of housing often ushers in serious legal consequences and suffering for families. It leads to Children not being able to go to school, homelessness, depression and diseases of despair. An eviction offends everything in a family's life. Nevada has created a rant relief program. But the state's $30 million in assistance relies entirely on federal funds and stimulus talks have stalled in Congress. President Donald Trump circumventing Congress on Saturday by signing executive orders, he says, will deliver aid to Americans, including an eviction moratorium, But it's not clear if their constitutional or substantive, the report shows. A 37% of Nevada renters are at risk of eviction by the end of the year. Visions don't change, Gillman says. Some renters will be able to borrow money or work something out with their landlord. But eventually those options will be exhausted. And at that point, that's when this pick your natural disaster metaphor. Eviction. Avalanche tsunami tornado will continue to start carrying through and accelerating through our communities, according to Gilman. It's not just runners who will be affected, but also landlord's. Those mom and pop landlords are also severely at risk in this rental housing crisis, because if the Rangers can't pay rent The landlord's can't pay their mortgages and we could see the acceleration of a rental housing crisis into a foreclosure crisis. Gilman notes that black and Latino Americans who already experience a greater risk of Cove in 19 make up about 80% of those facing eviction for

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City of Miami considers suing county over coronavirus relief funds

Rush Limbaugh

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

City of Miami considers suing county over coronavirus relief funds

"Miami Commissioner's agreed to potentially sue Miami Dade County and even the federal government over the allocation of cares Act. Fonzie battle over Buck's heating up Miami commissioners would like to party, it turned to take legal action and all levels of government wherever that is necessary. Joe Carroll, you agrees with Ken Russell, alleging the county mayor is being political when offering cities a split of $30 million of its 475 million I get more cities would have to send invoices. I've never seen that kind of arrogance that I witnessed there for many elected official in a long, long time. The city's submitting to the county a report requesting more than $75 million for Corona virus spending

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Rembrandt, Miro fetch millions at Sotheby's virtual auction

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Rembrandt, Miro fetch millions at Sotheby's virtual auction

"Collecting. A self portrait by Rembrandt has sold for a record $18.7 million at a virtual Sotheby's auction. Picassos, Giacometti's and Warhol's went for multiple millions, and someone paid 2.8 million for a Seascape trick tick by Banksy. That's almost double the top estimate. The top seller Miro's 1927 woman in a red hat it brought in almost $30 million the highest sale price in Europe so

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Governor Hogan Announces $30 Million in Funding For Eviction Prevention Assistance

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Governor Hogan Announces $30 Million in Funding For Eviction Prevention Assistance

"Governor Hogan has announced a plan to help some renters in Maryland who are unable to pay their rent because of the car. Rhona virus. Governor. Hogan says the assisted housing relief program will include $10 million in funding for Marylanders who live in state financed rental units. Recipients will receive a four month rent rebate voucher to cover the cost of their rent. This comes is a federal moratorium on evictions ends

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Durkan proposes new $30 million replacement fund for Seattle transit

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Durkan proposes new $30 million replacement fund for Seattle transit

"Seattle's mayor, wants to keep on existing sales tax to help pay for the city's transit system, which was hit hard by Kelvin 19. The Seattle Transportation benefit District funds transit improvements with a 0.1% sales tax that expires at the end of this year. Mayor Jenny Durkan is proposing keeping the tax, which is protected to bring in 20 to $30 million a year for transit over the next six years. If the City Council approves the proposal, voters will have their say on it in

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30 Lessons After 30 Million SEO Visits

Marketing School

03:47 min | 1 year ago

30 Lessons After 30 Million SEO Visits

"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer. Just remarking school listeners, all you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric. Su and I'm Neil Patel and today. We're GONNA. Talk about the this part. Four thirty lessons after thirty million Seo visit, so are we starting on number twenty four? The riches are in the niches, so if you try to make a news website, or if you try to be everything to everyone, you can have a harder time making things especially if you're starting out in the beginning I think Oh my God, all these new leads news websites they get all the traffic I should make news websites, but think about it. What resources do you need to make a news website happen? If you're small, it's better for you to think. Think about what are you actually good at just focus on that? Google likes focus search engines like focused when you go to my blog or you're gonNA Neil Plug. It's focused on marketing. This podcast is focused on marketing so niche sites are were you are GonNa, find the riches number, twenty five easy way to generate more roi from your SEO is Remarka-, all those people and push ads to him whether it's through facebook youtube. Google, what you'll find is way cheaper clicks and a lot of them will convert because remember how you're limited on what you can do to your Seo. Landing pages maximize your revenue and conversions unlike pay per click, click also expensive, but doing remarking ads. There's a lot of remnant inventory and you can make quite affordable. Twenty six is think about how you can make the most of your titles on your Meta descriptions. So what you can do is you can go to Google search console, look at the pages that have a high impression count, but a little click the rate right a better title, right a better than a description. You can do that with Google for free, or we haven't tool called clone allows you to do that number twenty. Seven. If you're trying to figure out what pages to ignore, ready talked about you need update content. Spend more time on it, but a lot of people that like. Where should we spend our time on content when it comes, Seo Click full has concert decay tool. Check it out. The ones that are decaying the fastest are the ones that you need to spend the majority of your time and improving verse. Twenty eight Faq Schema. The search engine result pages. The Serbs continue to change. You have to think about how you can find more opportunities to entice people to click through to your website so Faq Schema allows you to add specific points or questions to your search results snippet, or you're just your search result, you can add to snippet on top or the bottom of it, but you have more real estate there. You'll get more clicks so just Google let efficacy Schema number, twenty nine Google isn't the only search engine being Seo. Seo You can actually get a lot of traffic from being. You can get a lot of traffic from by, do you? WanNa go into China. You get a lot of traffic from Janda ex. Another place that is really popular that most people ignore when it comes, SEO is video seo and going after youtube grabs a ton of us right now. I think in the last thirty days on Youtube I think we average around one point two one point three million views. Most of it came from Youtube Seo. All right number thirty last, but not lace. You can do a lot with head tail keywords, but typically they're more competitive, so had till keyword might just be like digital marketing, or you can go for something different such as digital lessons, which is probably still competitive by adding more detail right, but the more long-tailed keyword is the more you're going to be able to achieve, because it's less competitive, and you are going to be able to especially if it's very specific in many cases, it's you know it's it might be higher converting for yourself. It's autumn funnel, but don't just focus on had terms. That's my point. Think about how you can occupy positions around. Around long tail keywords, and

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30 Lessons After 30 Million SEO Visits

Marketing School

04:45 min | 1 year ago

30 Lessons After 30 Million SEO Visits

"Committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer. Just remarking school listeners, all you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric, Su and I'm Neil Patel and today. We're going to do part three of thirty lessons after thirty million Su visits, so we are on what number seventeen right now. so seventeen focus on branding Google wants to rank sites have a strong brand because there are less likely to create fake news or bullshit contents at what I mean by branding is the more people that are googling your name, the higher going to end up ranking because like everyone does seo everyone at least most big companies do it? Everyone's already doing link building again. At least the big companies are doing it so if multiple sites on the same issue like BMW N. Mercedes right, which go head to head for a lot of type of cars. If. They both have millions links. Who should you rank higher, the one who has an extra hundred thousand at that point, it doesn't really matter but what you are looking for things like brandy. If five times more people are searching Mercedes and BMW would tell Google that people prefer Mercedes branding. Is that important? Right number eighteen. Look at your competition. Your competition teaches you good lessons. Don't obsess over them, but look at your competition can give you ideas ideas go a long way, so leave it or not. I like using Lexis Seo tool for this. Alexa does a good job of their similar websites. Tool does a good job of There's like a net that you can see of similar websites. And they showed that Alexa score as well sites that are very similar to you. The net of five and he can expand. It's like a spiderweb. Spiderweb almost but I like looking at competition to draw ideas from every now, and then what I will like to do is I'll look at the idea and I'll modified. A little bit becomes my original idea. That's where good ideas come from number nineteen. Don't be afraid to have duplicate content what I mean by this is people always say? Oh, king contents, not goodwill. Google doesn't penalize for. This doesn't mean that you should take other people's content. Just slap on your site. What I mean by. Don't be afraid of duplicate content is. Published blocks on your site. Why not repurpose it on link Dan facebook pushed the content out there because extra traffic and extra brand awareness is better than nothing number twenty. Similarly. Think about how you can create power pages on your website, and this is a concept created by Brian, Deane also known as back Lingo and the whole idea. What they power pages you have imagined you have one introduction overview at the top of the page, and it's a long page with just a bunch of content and you can. You can have links that was you. Two different sections almost imagine like little chapters that you have for A. A long and power page what tends to happen there is let's say I'm writing about conversion rate optimization, and it's almost like a complete guide. Sure you can split it up into different pages and just have like a table of contents at the top that's a pillar page, but a power pages you have a lot of content on there, and that ranks well because you have a lot of long tail traffic on that page, so if you. You want to write something. That's more comprehensive considered doing type of setup instead of having a bunch of different pages that are split up number twenty one. We talked about how when you're creating content, you WANNA create amazing content going to create long content you WanNa, keep updating your own content, but one thing that people forget to do with their content, and this is a huge important lesson that many of the struggle with is interlinking if you're not. Not interlinking your content together, you're not going to as well a lot of people will take their new content and linked to the older pieces of what they're not doing is taking their older piece of content, and then linking to the newer ones, so you needed to both ways, not just with your your content, the also want to go back to your older content and adjust links and push more links out to the new content as well. All right number twenty two. If you think about doing us ill, you can't really do it alone. It's it's a team sport, so think about who you need. You need content writers. You probably need developers to get things done quickly on your site. You are going to need perhaps designers, and if it's a really big website talking, you're getting millions and millions of visits a month. You might need product managers as well so you think about it, it's. It's not really just about you. You got to think about how much help you can get to grow faster, and that's going to allow you to scale your traffic a lot faster number twenty three, so you guys are all going out there. Doing S IOS spending a lotta time, and you're familiar with a lot of the strategies, and some of them are old like a MP framer. The amp framework in theory makes her pages low ver- mobile. What you'll find is in the United States and other major English speaking countries. Having a impede doesn't really give you a big boost in traffic, if any,

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