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South African president appoints judge to oversee weapons-for-Russia inquiry
"The South African president Cyril ramaphosa has appointed a judge to oversee an inquiry into allegations the country supplied arms to Russia. The U.S. ambassador to South Africa claims weapons and ammunition were loaded onto a Russian flagged cargo ship that secretly docked at a naval base near Cape Town in December last year, ambassador Ruben brickett indicated that the allegations were based on U.S. intelligence and that he would bet his life on the accuracy of his claim. The container carrying ship named lady R is already under U.S. sanctions for being tied to a company that has transported weapons to aid the Russian war effort in Ukraine, South Africa has denied there was any government sanctioned deal to provide weapons to Russia, although it hasn't categorically ruled out that an unofficial transaction took place involving another entity. The South African president's office says the panel has 6 weeks to complete its investigations and another two weeks from then to provide a report to ramaphosa. I am Lawrence Brooks
Judge halts South Carolina’s new stricter abortion law until state Supreme Court review
"South Carolina's newly signed abortion law has been temporarily halted by a judge. Judge Clifton Newman's ruling sends the new law that bans most abortions in South Carolina around 6 weeks of pregnancy to be reviewed. Planned Parenthood sued almost immediately after the bill was signed, a judge Newman said it would end up before the state Supreme Court anyway. The law is similar to one in 2021 that was struck down after the justices ruled three to two that it violated the state constitution's right to privacy lawmakers say the new law includes technical tweaks meant to appeal to justice John few, who wrote in his previous opinion that legislators didn't show that they did any work to determine if 6 weeks was enough time for a woman to know she was pregnant. The halt means the state reverts to a restriction at around 20 weeks for now. Since that decision justice Kay Hearn retired, making the South Carolina high court the only one in the country without a woman on the bench. I'm Jennifer King
Indiana doctor reprimanded for talking publicly about Ohio 10-year-old's abortion
"An Indianapolis doctor is being reprimanded for talking publicly about a ten year old rape victims abortion. The Indiana medical licensing board has voted that doctor Caitlin Bernard violated patient privacy laws when she told a newspaper reporter about a ten year old Ohio girl who came to neighboring Indiana to get an abortion after Ohio's ban on abortions after 6 weeks of pregnancy went into effect some news outlets and Republican politicians had suggested that Bernard fabricated the story, following the overturning of roe V wade until at 27 year old man was charged with rape in Columbus, Ohio, the licensing board has fine Bernard $3000, but turned down a request from Indiana's Republican attorney general to suspend her medical license. The doctor has consistently defended her actions, and says she never identified the child. I'm Donna water
South Carolina poised to enact six-week abortion ban
"To the list of states with near total abortion bans as fights continuing courts and state houses around the country. Lawmakers in South Carolina passed a 6 week abortion ban North Carolina lawmakers overrode the democratic governor's veto of a 12 week ban. Nebraska also passed a 12 week ban am Montana judges weighing restrictions, 14 states currently a bans on abortion at all stages of pregnancy. A federal court is deciding whether to uphold the judge's ruling, rescinding approval for the abortion pill mifepristone, which remains on the market for now. Meanwhile, Planned Parenthood is laying off up to 15% of its national staff and sending more money to affiliates to focus on state politics, while anti abortion groups Susan B. Anthony is working to get more of their candidates elected
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"The first Asheville baptist church in Marshall. The foggier county sheriff's office says the vandalism happened, not just once. But twice. Deacon Mike Lewis talked about it with NBC four. When you damage and you've been the lies, a place of worship that's animosity against the place of worship. Deacon Lewis says the kitchen was trash, documents and a storage room, scattered around, and some walls were spray painted. The first Asheville baptist church was founded by freed slaves in 1874. South Carolina will be the next state to put major restrictions on abortion in place. Governor Henry McMaster is expected to sign a bill passed by the state Senate that would ban most abortions after fetal cardiac activity begins around 6 weeks. CBS legal analysts thane Rosenbaum says it's the second time the state legislature had tried to get a strict ban through. South Carolina legislators have been at war with one another since roe V wade was overturned. The state already had a trigger law in place restricting access to abortion once Dobbs was decided. The South Carolina Supreme Court then found that the restriction to be unconstitutional in violation of the state's right to privacy the very same issue the Supreme Court of the United States declined to accept. Rosenbaum says lawmakers are hoping the newly written law will pass legal challenges. Stay with us coming up. Her school project became a law this year. I'm John doman. One 43. Are
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"At ten and 40 past the hour, it's brought to you by Penn fed. Great rates for everyone. A 1240, Jeff claw. Rockwell based choice hotels, already one of the largest hotel franchisers in the world may get bigger. The Wall Street general reports choice may acquire Wyndham hotels, Wyndham's brands include days in and super 8 choices hotels include econo lodge in roadway in hotels have more gas, but they're still missing employees. The U.S. hotel industry still has more than 100,000 unfilled jobs, the American hotel and lodging association says hotels are raising pay to fill them with average wages near a record $23 an hour. Weddings are expensive. And they are for guests, too, inflation is hitting there, bank rates as wedding guests this summer will spend an average of $600 on hotels outfits in gifts. Wedding gifts spending averages $180 per guest alone. The Dow is down 268 points. The S&P 500 Index is down 34 the NASDAQ's down a 115. Jeff Klebold news. Thank you, sir. 1242, South Carolina is about to become the latest state. To severely restrict abortion. The state Senate there has passed a ban on most abortions after fetal cardiac activity begins, which is around 6 weeks of pregnancy. A hotly contested bill passed, despite a fight by the chambers 5 women members who opposed it. CBS News legal analyst Jessica Levinson says, lawmakers wanted to make sure in passing this bill that it would stand up in court. South Carolina tried to ban abortions past 6 weeks of pregnancy, but the state Supreme Court previously said that that violated the state constitution. Now South Carolina has come back with a slightly different ban on abortions after 6 weeks of pregnancy. They're hoping that because the language of the bill is different and because the composition of the state Supreme Court has changed that they'll have better luck with this particular bill. South Carolina's Republican governor Henry McMaster is expected to sign that Bill. In the minutes ahead, a high profile figure convicted in connection with the capitol riot will soon learn his sentence. It's 1243. My daughter is vegan. My son, well, he eats anything. And my husband and I are trying to eat healthy. That makes it really hard to choose where to eat, which is why the silver diner has become our go to place. They have something for everyone in my family. From creekstone
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"Elementary school, and Yuval, Texas 19 students and two teachers were killed. Crosses now surround the main fountain in the town square, one for every victim of the school shooting, Berlin areola visited her granddaughter, Emory Joe Garza's cross one last time before the anniversary. Is a roller coaster of emotions. It's sad, angry, frustrated. Angry at police for waiting 77 minutes before engaging the gunman and at lawmakers for blocking gun reform she lobbied for. We fight for the 21 unheard voices. We're also fighting for those survivors and those that we have still at home that our children, our grandchildren that are still in school. Chris Fox, for CBS News, you've all eat Texas. There's now a new person at the top of D.C.'s police department, executive assistant chief ashan Benedict, is now serving as interim chief. Yesterday was outgoing chief Robert Conti's last day in the office. We asked him if it would be difficult to let go. After more than three decades on the force. I think I get used to quiet. Yeah. I can get used to enjoying just a different space. My heart will always be here. But I know when I hear those sirens, it's never because of a good thing. Conti is moving on to become a deputy director at the FBI. The head of the Russian private army Wagner says his force lost more than 20,000 soldiers in the drawn out battle for the city of bakhmut in Ukraine. That figure is in stark contrast with claims from Russia that it lost about 6000. Wagner's chief says Russia's invasion goal of demilitarizing Ukraine as backfired because Kyiv's military has become stronger with the supply of weapons and training its received from Western Allies. There is a new look this morning at whether the majority of Americans still support The Pentagon's supply of weapons to Ukraine for its fight against Russia. The survey by the University of Chicago's Harris school of public policy and norc finds that American support for Washington's backing of Ukraine has faded a bit since the war started more than a year ago, but the public support in the U.S. remains strong. Big majorities among both Republicans and Democrats surveyed believe Russia's attack on Ukraine was not justified and about three and four support the U.S. playing at least a role in the conflict. The U.S. has spent about $37 billion to keep the military lifeline going to Ukraine. The survey was taken last month. Another state moving to restrict abortion, South Carolina lawmakers have passed a ban on most abortions after fetal cardiac activity begins, which is around 6 weeks. A hotly contested bill passed mostly along party lines. Here's CBS News legal analyst, thane Rosenbaum. South Carolina legislators have been at war with one another since roe V wade was overturned. The state already had a trigger law in place restricting access to abortion once jobs was decided. The South Carolina Supreme Court then found that the restriction to be unconstitutional in violation of the state's right to privacy, the very same issue the Supreme Court of the United States declined to accept. South Carolina lawmakers are hoping that this newly written law will pass any legal challenges. Stick around, coming up in money news, where apartment building is red hot around here. I'm Jeff Klebold. It's 1136. The new rate essentials light trap uses light to attract, then trap, flying insects like fruit flies and mosquitos. For insecticide protection that's people and pet friendly get new raid essentials light trap. Come on now. You know you deserve it. A steak
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"To public service to the citizens of the District of Columbia, being a kid from this city. That is a great honor, and now to be able to transition to something different. It feels great. And before I transition to have some downtime with my family, going into a holiday weekend, what's not what's not to feel great about, right? Sounds good. The former chief is taking a job with the FBI as a deputy director. South Carolina lawmakers have passed a ban on most abortions after fetal cardiac activity begins, which is around 6 weeks of pregnancy. The hotly contested bill passed mostly along party lines with the notable exception of the state Senate's 5 women members who opposed it. Here's CBS News legal analyst Jessica Levinson. She says the legislation is a second effort and imposing new abortion restrictions in the state. South Carolina tried to ban abortions past 6 weeks of pregnancy, but the state Supreme Court previously said that that violated the state constitution. Now South Carolina has come back with a slightly different ban on abortions after 6 weeks of pregnancy. They're hoping that because the language of the bill is different and because the composition of the state Supreme Court has changed that they'll have better luck with this particular bill. South Carolina's Republican governor is expected to sign that Bill. Target says it's making adjustments and removing or reorganizing some pride items that have led to some bad behavior at some of its retail outlets. Target is removing certain items from its stores and making other changes to its LGBTQ merchandise nationwide ahead of Pride Month. Target says it has moved its pride merchandise from the front of the stores to the back in some southern stores after confrontations and backlash. The retailer declined to confirm which items it was removing, one of the items that is attracted the most attention are certain women's bathing suits that can be worn by trans women who have not had gender affirming operations. Jennifer Kuiper CBS News. Pride Month starts in June. Up ahead on WTO and money news. Can you afford to say yes to all of those wedding invitations? I'm Jeff cable. And another way to keep tabs on your bags. When you fly. It's ten 36. Humans can do
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"Life to public service to the citizens of the District of Columbia, being a kid from this city. That is a great honor. And now to be able to transition to something different. It feels great. And before I transition to have some downtime with my family, going into a holiday weekend, what's not to feel great about? Kanti is taking a job at the FBI's deputy director. South Carolina lawmakers have passed the ban on most abortions after fetal cardiac activity begins, which is around 6 weeks of pregnancy. The hotly contested bill passed mostly along party lines with the notable exception of the state Senate's 5 women members who opposed it. Here's CBS News legal analyst Jessica Levinson who says the legislation is a second effort at imposing new abortion restrictions. South Carolina tried to ban abortions past 6 weeks of pregnancy, but the state Supreme Court previously said that that violated the state constitution now South Carolina has come back with a slightly different ban on abortions after 6 weeks of pregnancy. They're hoping that because the language of the bill is different and because the composition of the state Supreme Court has changed that they'll have better luck with this particular bill. South Carolina's Republican governor Henry McMaster is expected to sign the bill. Well, target says it's making adjustments and removing or reorganizing some pride items. It had led to controversial behavior at some of its stores. Target is removing certain items from its stores and making other changes to its LGBTQ merchandise nationwide ahead of Pride Month. Target says it has moved its pride merchandise from the front of the stores to the back in some southern stores after confrontations and backlash. The retailer declined to confirm which items it was removing, one of the items that has attracted the most attention are certain women's bathing suits that can be worn by trans women who have not had gender affirming operations. Jennifer Kuiper CBS News, and Pride Month starts in June. Coming up after traffic and weather has tipping gone too far. It's 8 36. If the weather calls for rain, then rain calls from mosquitos. Keep them away with stem. Stem is powered by active ingredients found in plants to repel mosquitos safely and effectively when used as directed. Stan rooted in nature optimized by science. Here's Gary Stevens from the education department on the federal executive forum on customer experience in government, sponsored by Verizon. I think it's really founded in and intensive understanding of the customer and their requirements. What do we need to do from an access standpoint? What do we need to do to really embrace that change that's required? Ensure that we are consistent with adversity inclusion and equity related requirements. And then ensuring that it's secure. To listen to the whole
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"Increasing clouds are likely as we head into the holiday weekend. I'm 70s meter, I'll just Brian Van de Graaff. And the first alert weather center. Right now we have sunshine. It's 57 and hyattsville and Fredericksburg, we have 50°. Also 57 in foggy bottom. 7 40 money news attend in 40 past the hour brought to you by pen fed great rates for everyone. Interest is high in electric vehicles, however, for some reason, people are hesitant to buy one, KPMG summer pulse survey shows about 50% of shoppers who want an electric car say they expect to own one by 2025. However, many are choosing to wait due to a variety of factors mainly affordability and driving range. Many states are moving towards legislation requiring electric vehicles eventually, the KPMG survey found the region least interested in EVs is the Midwest. The Federal Trade Commission is now looking into whether baby formula makers colluded on bids for lucrative state contracts. The agency says it is looking into whether Abbott Laboratories and other formula manufacturers have engaged in collusion. The FTC is also investigating if it affected any women infants and children formula supply programs. Abbott, which makes the popular simile formula is cooperating with the FTC's investigation. Another state has moved to restrict abortion, South Carolina lawmakers have passed a ban on most abortions after fetal cardiac activity begins around 6 weeks. The hotly contested bill passed mostly along party lines, your CBS News legal analyst, thane Rosenbaum. South Carolina legislators have been at war with one another since roe V wade was overturned. The state already had a trigger law in place restricting access to abortion once jobs was decided. The South Carolina Supreme Court then found that the restriction to be unconstitutional in violation of the state's right to privacy, the very same issue, the Supreme Court of the United States to climb to accept. The lawmakers are hoping the newly written law will pass any legal challenges. Federal headlines brought to you by Amazon Web Services for public sector. I'm Peter miserly, and here are your top headlines from federal news network.
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"Bringing the world's biggest economy one step closer to a potential default. Florida governor Ron DeSantis will announce his 2024 presidential campaign in a Twitter space's live stream stream with Elon Musk's tonight and the South Carolina Senate has approved a bill that would ban most abortions at around 6 weeks of pregnancy. The governor there has pledged to sign it. Sports NBA Celtics stay alive. They beat the heat, but still trail the series three games to one, and they had a playoffs Vegas one went away for the Stanley Cup after shutting out down us forward nothing. Baseball. Yankees beat the O's, the Giants win, the best nationals Red Sox and a's all lose. Global news 24 hours a day were powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries. I'm John Tucker, this is Bloomberg. Now, a look at the front pages. What's making news around the world? Your daily roundup of today's headlines from major publications. It's 5 24 on Wall Street. I'm Nathan Hager, let's bring in Bloomberg Steve rappaport with this morning's stack of front pages. I know Steve, we covered a New York Times story yesterday about the Biden administration reaching a settlement with a school district in Georgia that had removed some books from libraries. Now there's a story this morning in The Washington Post about who's behind some of these challenges to books in schools. That's right, Nathan. According to The Washington Post, a researcher employed by the free speech group pan America recorded challenges last school year in 153 school districts and officials in more than 100 of those districts submitted over 1000 complaints. Here's the thing though, The Washington Post analysis found the majority of those complaints, just 11 people, 11 people for all men, Nathan, as for the reasons of the chat behind the challenges, 61% of the complaints cited sexual content followed by inappropriate content, then alcohol and drug use, 7th on the list though, was books featuring LGBTQ people, interesting because that has been part of the big debate regarding school book content moderation Nathan. Absolutely has. Let's turn to The New York Times once again. This morning, the paper is reporting on efforts to put religious displays in public schools in Texas. That's right. According to The New York Times, the lord said unto Texas lawmakers, thou shalt not pass this bill. We're talking about legislation that would have forced schools to have the ten commandments prominently displayed in every classroom. The effort was halfway successful, the state's Senate passed the bill. The state house did not, and it was simply because of timing. It was pending before the last day of bills that could be approved in the legislative session, and they just didn't get to a vote on time. So that's why it sold out. This is part of a trend we're seeing in recent months where religious groups are testing the boundaries of separation and church and state when it comes to schools. This month, South Carolina's legislature introduced its own bill requiring the display of the ten commandments. Meanwhile, in Oklahoma, the state education board rejected an effort to create an explicitly religious charter school Nathan. Yeah, ten commandments in schools. That's a pretty big test of the First Amendment. Finally, The Wall Street Journal has an exclusive this morning on federal regulators cracking down on an alleged baby formula racket. If Mario pusho were to write about this, he would probably call it la crying Nostra. What happened is the Federal Trade Commission is investigating what their baby formula makers colluded on bids for state contracts. Now, according to The Wall Street Journal, this alleged conspiracy centers on a federal program that supplies free formula for low income families. The agency is looking into whether Abbott Laboratories and other suppliers coordinated on prices before submitting those bids for the lucrative contracts. Abbott Laboratories might sound familiar to you, Nathan, it was subject of a criminal investigation, which followed the closure of one of its manufacturing plants, and it was that closure, which sparked a nationwide baby formula short baby. They made an offer, you can't refuse. That was really not a very good reference. Thank you, Steve. As always, Bloomberg Steve rappaport with the look this morning at the front pages. Day break. Up next here, we're going to get the latest on the debt ceiling talks. Now apparently at an impasse in Washington plus, Ron DeSantis looks for spaces in the Republican presidential race that's coming up in our 5 30 news. First, a look at today's Bloomberg weather forecast. High pressure will spend the day shifting offshore that will allow the weather to change here in the tristate area. We'll see hazy sun followed by elite de shower thunderstorms
South Carolina ready to renew abortion ban around 6 weeks of pregnancy after Senate vote
"South Carolina's governor is promising to sign into law a ban on most abortions after around 6 weeks of pregnancy. The state Senate approved the bill Tuesday, and Republican governor Henry McMaster promised to sign it into law as soon as possible. The bill restores a 2021 ban that took effect when the U.S. Supreme Court overturned roe V wade last year, but the ban was overturned by South Carolina's highest court because it violated the state constitution's right to privacy. Republican state senator Richard cash. Certainly believed the majority of South Carolina's carolinians value life. Republican senator Katrina sheeley offered a 12 week compromise, saying 6 weeks doesn't give women enough time to make a decision. They've got their mindset what they want. They think they know what women want. Planned Parenthood South Atlantic says as soon as the governor signs the measure, it will file a request for a temporary restraining order. I'm Donna Warner
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"New York case and other investigations he faces as a coordinated effort to Sully his reelection chances. And Lisa dwyer. Two 34. To politics now campaign 2024 I WTO, Florida governor Ron DeSantis is expected to officially launch his bid for The White House later today during a live event on Twitter alongside Elon Musk. It's not clear, however, whether Musk will explicitly endorse desantis during this event. Meanwhile, a Trump adviser tells CBS News that by going on Twitter for his launch, desantis is showing he doesn't want to interact with people. But a desantis ally tells us that the governor will hold a formal campaign rally with his supporters in the coming days. CBS correspondent Robert Costa reporting from Miami this morning in the meantime, another civil rights organization is criticizing Ron DeSantis and his state's policies this week. There are now several different groups. In fact, warning people about visiting Florida. The latest advisory comes from the Human Rights Campaign, an LGBTQ+ organization. Its president calls Florida a place with dangerous policies, but says it is not a boycott, an NAACP travel advisory issued over the weekend, it notes that Florida has become hostile to black Americans, and last Wednesday the league of united Latin American citizens or lulac issued a travel advisory, calling the state a dangerous place for Americans and immigrants. Florida governor Ron DeSantis team calls the latest travel advisory stunts and says the state is seeing record breaking tourism. Matt piper, CBS News. A bill that would ban most abortions after around 6 weeks of pregnancy has passed the South Carolina Senate to vote sends the bill to the governor who has promised to sign it, the bill includes exceptions for deadly fiddle anomalies, the patient's life and health and rape or incest up to 12 weeks, doctors who violate that law could in South Carolina. Face felony charges carrying two years in prison and a $10,000 fine. U.S. officials say this morning the number of migrants approaching the southern border has significantly dropped following the end of the pandemic era policy recently that allowed the government to quickly expel migrants now to the latest congressional efforts to come up with solutions to this big problem. Tuesday, a group of house lawmakers rolled out a new bipartisan immigration reform bill. They're calling it the dignity act. It's waiting for either side's idea of what is perfect? Is exactly what's gotten us into the situation we face today. The legislation would provide
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"1235. The politics now campaign 2024 on WTO Florida governor Ron DeSantis expected to officially launch his bid for The White House. Tomorrow night during a live event on Twitter with Elon Musk. It's not clear, however, whether Musk will explicitly endorse desantis during this event. Meanwhile, a Trump adviser tells CBS News that by going on Twitter for his launch, desantis is showing he doesn't want to interact with people. But a desantis ally tells us that the governor will hold a formal campaign rally with his supporters in the coming days. CBS scores funded Robert Costa reporting from Miami this morning in the meantime, another civil rights organization is now criticizing desantis and his state's policies. There are now several groups warning people about visiting Florida. The latest advisory comes from the Human Rights Campaign, an LGBTQ+ organization. Its president calls Florida a place with dangerous policies, but says it is not a boycott, an NAACP travel advisory issued over the weekend, it notes that Florida has become hostile to black Americans, and last Wednesday the league of united Latin American citizens were lulac issued a travel advisory, calling the state a dangerous place for Americans and immigrants. Florida governor Ron DeSantis team calls the latest travel advisory stunts and says the state is seeing record breaking tourism. Matt piper, CBS News, a bill that would ban most abortions after around 6 weeks of pregnancy, passing the South Carolina Senate this week, the vote sends the bill to the governor, who has promised to sign it the bill includes exceptions apparently for deadly fetal situations and the patient's life and health if they are in danger, rape or incest up to 12 weeks now. Doctors who violate this law could face felony charges carrying two years in prison on a $10,000 fine. At 1237
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"The New York case and other investigations he faces as a coordinated effort to Sully his reelection chances. And Lisa Dwight. More news about campaign 2024 on WTO. Florida governor Ron DeSantis is expected to eventually officially launch his bid for The White House early tomorrow evening during a live event on Twitter with Elon Musk. It's not clear, however, whether Musk will explicitly endorse desantis during this event. Meanwhile, a Trump adviser tells CBS News that by going on Twitter for his launch, desantis is showing he doesn't want to interact with people. But a desantis ally tells us that the governor will hold a formal campaign rally with his supporters in the coming days. CBS News correspondent Robert Costa reporting from Miami will have full coverage of that desantis launch tomorrow evening here at a WTO dot com. Meantime, another civil rights organization is criticizing desantis and his state's policies. There are now several groups warning people about visiting Florida. The latest advisory comes from the Human Rights Campaign, an LGBTQ+ organization. Its president calls Florida a place with dangerous policies, but says it is not a boycott, an NAACP travel advisory issued over the weekend. It notes that Florida has become hostile to black Americans, and last Wednesday the league of united Latin American citizens or lulac issued a travel advisory, calling the state a dangerous place for Americans and immigrants. Florida governor Ron DeSantis team calls the latest travel advisory stunts and says the state is seeing record breaking tourism. That piper, CBS News. A bill that would ban most abortions after around 6 weeks of pregnancy has passed the South Carolina Senate. The vote sends the bill to the governor, whose promise to sign it. I had tonight on WTO after traffic and weather, a chef from California's Napa Valley, now sets up shop in our area. Ten 36 on the battlefield, there's a saying, America's military men and women live by. Never leave a fallen warrior behind, ever. Off the battlefield wounded warrior project operates with the same goal. Wounded warrior
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"To WTO P and E is 6 53. You tonight, a bill that would ban most abortions after around 6 weeks of pregnancy has passed the South Carolina Senate. The vote sends the bill to the governor who has promised to sign it. Now the bill includes exceptions for deadly fetal anomalies, the patient's life and health and rape or incest up to 12 weeks. Doctors who violate the law could face felony charges carrying two years in prison and a $10,000 fine. Well, the pandemic has changed how we work with many now opting for hybrid or virtual schedules over traditional in person work weeks. That's one of the findings in a new Washington Post ipsos poll, Washington Post polling analyst Emily guskin also says a surprising amount of people actually do, like their careers. Most people are satisfied with their jobs. Most people find their jobs enjoyable, most also find them stressful, but also most people say that they have close friendships with their coworkers, which I think is great and something that I find as well. And they pull also found that money is the most important part of work for most people, but right behind it is having a good boss and work environment. 6 53, what makes the name brand likeable? That's what a new axios and Harris poll set out to understand. Patagonia tops the list of hundreds of the most visible companies. Eleanor Hawkins writes for the axios communications newsletter. She says, this is because the outdoor clothing company sticks to its values. The same could be said for Chick-fil-A, which always ranks pretty highly. It's in the top 5. Again this year. So the key takeaway there is that consumers want to know and understand where a company stands, they want to understand their values and consistency is key. Hawkins says companies like FTX, Fox News and the Trump organization are at the very
South Carolina moves closer to abortion ban, a Southern trend that puts pressure on Virginia
"Another southern state appears ready to pass tighter new restrictions on abortion access, joining about a dozen other localities in the south. The South Carolina House of Representatives just passed a near ban on abortion access after 6 weeks before many women even know they're pregnant, and the state Senate will likely take a vote next week. It was one of the few places left in the south for those seeking abortions. With North Carolina lawmakers this week, overriding the governor's veto of their 12 week ban, which will now take effect July 1st. Doctor Erika pettigrew is disappointed. Really devastating to have a patient in front of you who needs something that you could clearly give, but the lawmakers tell you that you can't. She says she's been helping out of state women get abortion care and now she'll be helping her own patients to other states. The moral injury to physicians and to other medical professionals just can't be underestimated. Virginia remains an outlier in the south, where women still have unrestricted abortion access. The new limits follow the Supreme Court last year overturning roe versus wade. I'm Jackie Quinn
Sen. Ted Cruz: Why Isn't Biden, Harris, & Co. At the Southern Border?
"More on Ted Cruz cut 7 go And I have to say I am angry Because this is deliberate This is a decision that was made by president Joe Biden and Kamala Harris and congressional Democrats to open up the border to what is nothing less than an invasion Ask yourself vice President Biden not here Why is Kamala Harris not here Why is Elizabeth Warren not here Why is AOC She still owns the white pants suit Why is she not here with her head buried in her hands Because they don't give a damn about the dead bodies 6 weeks ago I asked secretary Maurice how many migrants died in the past year crossing illegally He said I don't know The numbers 853 But he can't be bothered to worry about that It's so true It's so true
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"And we're right around 9 28 a.m. in Hong Kong. I'm Michelle Jim Roscoe. And I'm Doug Krishna at the Bloomberg interactive broker studio in New York moments away from trading in Hong Kong and on the Chinese mainland, pre market for the hang seng has as higher right now by around a half of 1%. The market in Tokyo is advancing by around 8 tenths of 1%. Other markets not faring as well, we see weakness on or in Sydney and on the market in South Korea will take a closer look in about ten minutes from now. We begin with an update on a few of this hour's top business stories. All right, big banks potentially face billions of dollars in extra fees. Bloomberg's and Kate's reports. The FDIC is proposing a so called special assessment on the nation's largest banks to replenish the federal government's deposit insurance fund. The FDIC decided to ensure all deposits after Silicon Valley bank and signature bank collapsed a move that costs the regulator close to $16 billion. The FDIC says financial institutions with more than $50 billion in assets would pay 95% of the fees, but the plan to affect 113 bags. In Washington and Kate's Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Well, Elon Musk says Twitter is getting a new CEO and he's hired someone to step into those shoes. We have more from Bloomberg's Tracy junkie. He broke the news about the incoming Twitter CEO in a tweet and Elon Musk doesn't name names, he says only that she will be starting at around 6 weeks. Musk also says he will transition into executive chair and chief technology officer roles. Last year after a series of changes sparked a user backlash, Musk said he would appoint a new Twitter CEO once he found someone foolish enough to take the job. Last month he told the BBC that he appointed his dog. Tracy jonke, Bloomberg, daybreak, Asia. And now we can let you know that The Wall Street Journal is reporting Linda yakir no he's in talks to become the new CEO at Twitter she is currently the head of advertising at NBCUniversal. All right, well finally, global index manager MSCI will exclude two adani group firms from its India gage, this potentially deals a blow to their stocks that are struggling to recover from the route triggered by a short seller report earlier this year. Adani transmission and adani total gas will drop out of the India index effective at the close of trading on May 31st. That's according to a statement issued by MSCI. The action from the index provider firm comes as billionaire Gautam Adani's conglomerate is seeking to raise funds in what will be a major test of investor confidence in the group. We hear that Donnie enterprises a Donnie green energy and a Donnie transmission may raise between three and $5 billion. The boards of the three firms will be on Saturday according to exchange filings earlier in the week, and the plans are still being discussed, there's certainly certain certainty that the companies will announce a sum of what they're looking to raise, no certainty I should say that we'll get that. All right, let's get to global news next. We begin with U.S. debt ceiling summit, it was set for tomorrow, but it's been moved into the early part of next week at Baxter has more from a Bloomberg newsroom in San
Cis White Christian Men Are Getting Hated On!
"Chris Pratt is undeniably talented. So is Morgan Wallen. Now Morgan Wallen is a country star and we were talking about this in the break. Both are what you would call in modern parlance cis white male Christians and they just, people love to hate on these two, but they are incredibly successful. I don't think Alex likes either of them. No, I do. You were looking at me like you didn't like them. No, I like them. I just, I'm just waiting to see what you're going to bring up about them. But yeah, Chris Pratt's in the news right now because of talking about more Christianity stuff. It's faith? His faith, and then Morgan wallens in the news because he just announced a few minutes ago that he was canceling the next 6 week 6 weeks of shows. Which is a massive deal. I mean, if you think the Taylor Swift tour is a big deal, will Taylor Swift didn't have 15 of the top. Actually it was the top 15 on the top 100 charts. All top 15 were Morgan Wallen dogs. What did Taylor Swift have? You can tell me on the other side of the break. I'm sure it was very impressive. But anyways, I will say, so I started this by saying that cis white Christian men are getting hated on. Chris Pratt's taking all kinds of incoming because of his faith. You say people are recasting him in Hollywood and then we start to talk about Morgan Wallen. I made the off hated comment that Morgan Wallen had the top 15 of the hundred songs on the charts when his new album released, which had like and so did Taylor Taylor. Yes, she did. Yes, she had the whole top ten. She also heard Morgan Wallen both have taken up had the longest running album in the top ten of billboard 200. She is the other equal but different. Albums. She also had ten full albums charting on the Billboard Top one last week. No. Apparently it's like Morgan V Taylor. Now, okay, so Morgan, market is a guy that okay, so he just canceled all of his shows. I can play this clip for everybody because people are getting real fired up about it. He has a vocal condition that he has injured his vocal cords. Now this became the source of some controversy because he was spotted partying with LSU swimmer. His gymnastics influencer livy Dunn, who has like 10 million followers on Instagram.
Wall Street Moving to Texas and Florida - Is it a Good Thing?
"To ask, what do you think about all the money managers and Wall Street investment bankers coming down from New York to Texas and Florida? Like Kenneth kind of Griffin runs like Citadel and he's moving to Miami. So what do you think about all that? Yeah, I think that Florida and other states have to be careful. I mean, it's going to result in, I mean, Ken Griffin is a conservative. So that's one example. But most of those guys in that community is not like Goldman Sachs is moving, right? For example, I don't celebrate it. I don't. I mean, Florida is not desiring for more economic growth right now. But Florida has managed it because of leadership, right? Florida just signed in a 6 week abortion ban, Florida has said that Disney no longer gets special tax privileges and that's being disputed in court. Florida is leading the way on a lot of this stuff. And now you have left wing companies saying I would never want to move to Florida. That's a good thing, actually. Okay? And there's nothing the left does that we can not also do, right? Now this is important is that the left is really good. They're like parasites. They're good at taking over things. We're much better at starting things. So let's have a revival of entrepreneurship, right? This is why I can't stand this whole idea of sending kids to go to college. If you want to kill the entrepreneurial spirit, send a kid to go to college, right? It absolutely destroys the entrepreneurial potential in my opinion. I always laugh when someone says, I ask, what are you studying? They say I'm studying entrepreneurship. I said, you don't study entrepreneurship. You do entrepreneurship. No offense if anyone's studying entrepreneurship, but you do it, you take a risk, you get into the market. So I'm generally not a fan of left wing enterprises because you know why I'm not a fan of it. I'm not a fan of it because now if they have an idea ideological shift, then that's great. Like if these left wing Goldman Sachs firms say, you know what, we're leaving New York because of the crime because of the vagrancy because the schools because of the taxes and we're going to Florida and now we see the world differently. It's the opposite. These people leave these states and come to Texas with zero self awareness as to why this state is more attractive than the hellscape that they actually voted for.
2 abortion bans failed, 1 passed in US statehouses this week
"There's been a slew of legislative and court actions on abortion recently. I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest. Ten months after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down roe V wade and a nationwide right to abortion, states are pushing in opposite directions on the issue this week, North Dakota's governor signed a new ban into law becoming the 14th state with a ban on abortions at all stages of pregnancy, making it one of the strictest abortion bans in the country. Abortions of pregnancies caused by rape or incest are allowed only in the first 6 weeks and they're allowed later only for specific medical emergencies, and Utah, there's a court hearing to determine whether a ban on abortion clinics there is allowed to take effect. Lawmakers in Nebraska and South Carolina felt just short of passing their own bands. Meanwhile, though governors of Minnesota and Washington signed bills to protect access. I'm Lisa dwyer.
North Dakota governor signs law banning abortion at 6 weeks
"North Dakota now has one of the most restrictive abortion laws on the books. I'm Lisa dwyer. North Dakota's Republican governor has signed legislation banning abortion at 6 weeks of pregnancy, the ban allows no exceptions for cases of rape or incest, making it one of the strictest in the country. It's designed to take effect immediately. But last month, North Dakota Supreme Court ruled that a state abortion ban will remain blocked while a lawsuit over its constitutionality proceeds last week lawmakers said they planned to pass the bill to send a message to the state's high court to signal that the people of North Dakota want to restrict abortion. I'm Lisa dwyer
AP source: Jets agree on deal to acquire Aaron Rodgers
"After 6 weeks of waiting, Aaron Rodgers is leaving behind his brilliant legacy in Green Bay and heading to the bright lights and massive expectations of the Big Apple. The New York Jets have agreed on a deal to acquire the four time NFL MVP from the packers, according to a person with knowledge of the trade, the jets will receive Rogers, the number 15 overall pick and a 5th rounder this year from the packers, the 39 year old Rogers passed for 3695 yards and 26 touchdowns last season, Rogers is expected to replace former number two overall pick Zach Wilson as the jets starter. I'm geffen coolbaugh.
Trump defends push to restrict abortion rights after rebuke
"Donald Trump defends his push to restrict abortion, rights after a rebuke, while other Republican presidential hopefuls tout their commitment before a gathering of influential evangelicals. Trump used a taped speech Saturday at the Iowa faith and freedom coalition to highlight his actions as president to try to restrict abortion, right? Like adding Supreme Court Justices that would ultimately reverse roe V wade, Trump's position that abortion restrictions should be left up to the states drew a sharp rebuke Thursday from the Susan B. Anthony pro life group. His former vice president Mike Pence used his speech to celebrate Trump's efforts and to take a bit of the credit for himself by calling the scotus appointments the most important of all the accomplishments of the administration. Hence also says he'd support a 15 week national ban while his advocacy group has pushed for 6 weeks. I'm Julie Walker
Heat's Herro undergoing surgery, likely out until NBA Finals
"Miami Heat guard Tyler hero says he will undergo surgery Friday for his broken right hand and likely won't return this postseason unless his team wins the Eastern Conference title the 23 year old guard injured his hand Sunday while diving for a loose ball late in the second quarter of the heat's one 31 17 victory over the top seeded Milwaukee Bucks in game one of their Eastern Conference first round playoff series. Heroes said Tuesday, the injury requires four to 6 weeks of recovery. The conference final start in mid May and game one of the NBA Finals since June 1st. I'm geffen coolbaugh.
GOP leader McConnell returns to Senate after head injury
"Minority leader Mitch McConnell is back at work in the Senate. I'm very happy to be back. Almost 6 weeks ago, the 81 year old McConnell fell at a Washington area hotel fracturing a rib and injuring his head. McConnell got extensive treatment for a concussion. This wasn't the first time that being hard headed has served me very well. McConnell is expected to work a full schedule in the Senate this week. It is important business for Congress to tackle we should be working to undo this administration's mistakes. Four years ago, Mitch McConnell tripped and fell at his home in Kentucky, causing a shoulder fracture that required surgery, Ed Donahue, Washington
Florida GOP passes 6-week abortion ban; DeSantis signs it
"Florida governor Ron DeSantis has signed into law a ban on abortions after 6 weeks of pregnancy. The Republican dominated Florida legislature approved the ban on Thursday, and a set is signed the proposal into law later in the day, the 6 week abortion ban will take effect only if the state's current 15 week ban is upheld in an ongoing legal challenge that's before the state Supreme Court, the ban does contain some exceptions, including to save the woman's life, and drug induced abortions could be dispensed only in person or by a physician. I'm Donna water
Florida GOP passes 6-week abortion ban; DeSantis supports it
"Florida lawmakers have tightened the state's abortion restrictions, voting to ban the procedure after 6 weeks of pregnancy. The GOP controlled Florida legislatures already banned abortions after 15 weeks. This new measure further closes the window to just 6. Critics say that's often before a woman even though she's pregnant. But governor Ron DeSantis, a potential presidential candidate, indicates that he supports it just as he did the previous ban last April. Provide protections for unborn children from abortion. There is a court challenge to the 15 week abortion ban, which added Florida to the list of southern states working to outlaw the procedure. And if abortion pills are used, patients would not be allowed to get them through the mail. Florida's bill does allow exemptions for the mother's life and cases of rape or incest. I'm Jackie Quinn
Holding the Political Process Hostage
"Post today, you're talking about schedule, the post reported this. Trump is not expected to appear in court again until at least December, but his attorneys will file what is likely to be a lengthy set of motions in August and prosecutors must respond in writing 6 weeks later. And the judge would then potentially order hearing can set a trial date. I think that is a crime against the people of the United States. I just can't tell people how angry this makes me that we're sending the legal limbo without a theory of the case that Trump lawyers can act on expeditiously because he's holding the American political process hostage Andrew. Yeah, but I don't think you anything about that schedule stops a lawyer for Trump from marching into court today and asking for immediate relief. Saying that, you know, look, we're behind the April here because they didn't even hand us this indictment until two 30 yesterday afternoon. So now that we've had a nice to read it, we realize it doesn't stay to crime. And we gave them the benefit of the doubt because we hadn't had a chance to study it. But now that we have, it doesn't stay to crime. We can't have a situation under they can make this a constitutional argument and try to frame it that way. That this is an intrusion of state law enforcement into the federal electoral process and it shouldn't be allowed to happen unless there is a serious crime that is backed by at least an indication that the prosecutor has convincing evidence. Here,
"around 6 weeks" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"People getting to work really I suspect as much as anything I usually would like to stay out of this because they're really not too sure what's under the hood as far as Europe is concerned. So they will delay their decision making on this. So whatever we see now is probably not telling us a great deal about how the rest of the week is going to play out? Yeah, the fed, as you say, really, on the horns of a dilemma here, a Muhammad Al Arian we heard earlier saying the worst thing they could possibly do is blink and pause, but then on the other hand, as you point out, there's a lot of opacity around the banking system, but if they were to pause, how do they get the messaging around that right? And what a market pricing in right now. Yeah, I think a pause is too risky because the CPI data which they've been so focused on is still not good enough. For them to do such a thing. But they do have after this meeting this week that is around 6 weeks or so to go to the next meeting. They kind of certainly give a message to say that we're starting to see some concerns you've seen this act already with a couple of banks. We're looking at the rest of them, this may spread even beyond the United States. A lot of things are up in the air between now and our meeting in May for that reason, we are giving ourselves the opportunity to take up if we don't, if we see the data, also starting maybe the CPI numbers will start to come down a bit as well. The employment situation could change quite quickly. In the states as well, if people are nervous about the job prospects. So there's a number of things which will be up in here. The fed will probably be able to highlight some of those at least to give them the option that the things deteriorate between now and May that they could reasonably take a pause. I guess the story very quickly, mark on inflation could change as well given the fact that a lack of confidence in the banking system could lead to a lot of demand destruction very quickly. Feasible? Definitely. If consumer
"around 6 weeks" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast
"And he's going to be like, he's going to be an integral piece. That's not necessarily how it works. And so that's I think we're a part of their plan follows through too. The timing is also odd because when Jim Rutherford first took over as president of hockey ops, he spoke about one of the first things that he wanted to do was we got to fix the cap situation, right? Then in January, more recently, which is essentially a year after he first took over the job and had mentioned the importance of fixing the cap situation. He says that the cap situation they inherited was it's been difficult. It's a bigger mess than we thought. Which totally fair. A lot of those contracts y'all have. Larsen won Tom Myers ten year Pearson on and on. They have been from the last administration. What's odd to me though is also in that same January press conference more recently, around 6 weeks ago, Rutherford said that for the Canucks to execute the vision that they see in terms of a quick turnaround and getting this team back to sort of being an eventual contender was, again, carving out that cat flexibility. One way or another. It's odd to me that they've gone out and made a splashy acquisition before carving out that Catholic's ability, right? Best are still in the books, Miller still in the books. Like you don't know what you're gonna do with Myers in the off season. Alvin said today that the prices to get off of some of these contracts were too difficult and now you're gonna enter an off season where you need to get off of money and there's no leverage. They're not in a position to be giving away future assets to get off a bad money right now. They need every single one of those assets. A 100% and also if they, you know, it's been a year and a bit now. They've been through two trade deadlines in a philosophy. And they haven't been able to move any of their big ticket contracts, right? They've made moves to clear cap on the margins, right? Riley stillman, they gave up a second to get off Jason Dickinson and bring a rally steelman. More recently, they've made these one to $3 million sometimes they've been able to pull those off, but they haven't been able to carve out that mid range or bigger contracts. Four to 6 million. Yeah, so that's still a major concern to me is how are you going to get rid of those because that's necessary to continue improving? Because again, I can see a scenario where they are competitive for the playoffs next season, but beyond that, I'm like, is that your ceiling, then a team that can make the playoffs that things go right, but how are you going to build beyond that down the road?
"around 6 weeks" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Dot org A public service announcement brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council This is a Bloomberg money minute as inflation presses harder on family budgets causing many people to think twice about filling up their carts when they shop retailers are nervous and for good reason Retailers have gone from product shortages to now over ordering Mark manduca chief investment officer at GX O logistics tells Bloomberg that means store simply have so much stuff They're running out of space to put it The aim of most retailers is to get down to roughly around 6 weeks of inventory You'll find at the moment that a lot of retailers are actually running north of three months For chains including target Walmart coals and others which have warned of thinning profit margins that means aggressive discounting Normally 30% of your stock as a retailer gets discounted As we see those inventory spikes however you're now running the risk of having to discount in the second half of this year by as much as 60% of your inventory Manduca says it could go well enough that by the holidays chains are back to less overstock and fewer discounts If we do our part The death of the consumer has been greatly exaggerated Andrew rode Bloomberg radio How are financial services firms managing in this new reality Claire Santa niello managing director at BNY Mellon's Pershing explains If the current times have taught us anything it's a critical role that technology plays in client relationships Global conditions have created a business imperative for firms to digitally transform the way they meet client needs and the way they work Pershing's.
"around 6 weeks" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"People to think twice about filling up their carts when they shop retailers are nervous and for good reason Retailers have gone from product shortages to now over ordering Mark manduca chief investment officer at gxo logistics tells Bloomberg that means store simply have so much stuff They're running out of space to put it The aim of most retailers is to get down to roughly around 6 weeks of inventory You'll find at the moment that a lot of retailers are actually running north of three months Pertains including target Walmart coals and others which are born to thinning profit margins That means aggressive discounting Normally 30% of your stock as a retailer gets discounted As we see those inventory spikes however you're now running the risk of having to discount in the second half of this year by as much as 60% of your inventory Manduca says it could go well enough that by the holidays chains are back to less overstock and fewer discounts If we do our part The death of the consumer has been greatly exaggerated Andrew rode Bloomberg radio This is a Bloomberg money minute U.S. workers continue to walk away from their jobs during the great resignation Bloomberg reporter Charlie wells says the quit rate remains strong despite soaring consumer prices and a possible economic downturn So people who feel like they've been through recessions It wasn't the pandemic They have dealt with a lot of personal issues over the past two years and they feel like they have what it takes even if there is a recession Wells adds up for some it's not always about a high salary There are people who say are more in other phases of life Maybe they have families And what they seem to be focusing on is trying to kind of reevaluate work versus lifestyle and trying to find a sense of balance Close to four and a half million Americans voluntarily left their place of employment in April That's one of the highest levels since 2000 Plus one third of those surveyed by human resources for Mercer say they are considering resigning over the next 6 to 12 months and Kate's Bloomberg radio When you subscribe to Bloomberg you will get more than news You will get inspiration to disrupt the status quo You will get.
"around 6 weeks" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The Moderna and J&J boosters are being considered for only those over the age of 18 I'm Matt Matson Two people are dead after a midair collision in Chandler Arizona Authorities say helicopter plunged to the ground after it crashed into a plane near the Chandler municipal airport Friday The two people aboard the helicopter were both killed while the airplane was able to land safely The crash remains under investigation Abortion rights advocates are pounding the pavement in cities across the country today nearly a quarter of a million people will take to the streets for the women's March State representative Robin bartleman says in Florida their protesting House Bill won 67 It's similar to the one in Texas banning abortions after a fetus develops a heartbeat around 6 weeks I am incredibly afraid that it will happen here They control the Senate and they control the house And this is the most restrictive abortion bill to date And all of us should be very concerned about this She calls the law dangerous and unconstitutional adding many women don't even know they're pregnant At 6 weeks The Powerball jackpot is surging ahead of tonight's drawing It's up to a staggering $635 million making it the tenth largest jackpot in the game's history I'm Brad Siegel The Texas man who runs the website InfoWars will have to pay up for claiming the 2014 sandy hook school shooting in Connecticut was a hoax Alex Jones was found legally responsible and two lawsuits The lawyer for the victim says his clients are thrilled Finally finally there's some accountability standard that he's now going to have to answer to That's attorney Bill Ogden who says he's never seen a case play out like this Jones who lives in Austin did not comply with court orders to provide information for the suits That means he lost the cases by default A jury will determine how much he'll know the plaintiffs Casinos are on the way across Virginia and residents of now wagered nearly one and a half $1 billion at 7 sportsbooks licensed to operate Rebecca Hubbard tells.