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"bill michaels" Discussed on KGO 810
"I'm Bill Michaels in Washington. I'm Jim Bohannon with more of the weird of the wacky later on all ahead on America in the morning. Seven minutes after the hour, another record for new Corona virus cases in a single day in the U. S. Johns Hopkins University reporting over 51,000 new cases on Thursday. Jim Roop reports, a two day research and innovation forum, convened by the World Health Organization has concluded. The more they learn about Corona virus, the more they need to learn First. The work toward an effective vaccine continues and every day, he says, more hope, But we will not know when we will have The vaccine until we have the results on efficacy. That's the W H O cze Dr Anna Maria Hana Restrepo, she says they have to get the results and how effective the vaccine candidates were on patients before they could say one of actually will be ready to produce a distribute. There are 17 and human trials now all targeting different aspects of the virus, encouraging But nothing definitive. Yet with therapeutics. There's success with some drugs such as steroids and severely ill patients. But the W. H O is Dr Janet Dia's says. All they know is that it works. And so why is that? So? So? What is the mechanism for that? So I think that's something we still need to figure out more and understand more, but it does lead to the To the hypothesis that some virus induced, Okay, what she's saying here is that they don't know why. In patients that developed swelling around the lungs around the heart. They don't know why that happens either. But they don't know why the steroids work other than steroids are normally used to reduce swelling. So it works like they're exactly why they just know it worked the use of cortical steroids that that is That is suppressed and potentially reducing mortality so that they've also confirmed asymptomatic spread but still don't understand the win at what point in a symptomatic person infects another and how it's spread because viruses are usually spread through droplets, but no symptoms. No droplets W. Joe's Dr Maria van Kirk and so what we really need T better understand is how often that is happening, she says. What they've confirmed to that works in reducing the spread. Our non medical interventions, meeting handwashing, physical distancing, wearing face coverings. After two days of the best scientific minds discussion, that's all we still have. I'm Jim Rupe. It's nine passed a much better than expected jobs report for June has President Trump beaming there were 4.8 million jobs added Looking toward November. Our Bob Constantini reports, the president is very confident nearly five million jobs, most of them rehiring for the US economy in June. Prompted the president to come into the briefing room, shattering all expectations. I was watching this morning and the expectations were much lower than that of the stock market is doing extremely well, which means to me jobs what it means jobs. Much of the job opening up or in the hospitality industry is restaurants, bars and amusement parks got back in the business in June. Some states may be suffering record New Corona virus Case numbers, But President Trump continues to talk about pockets of places with fires declaring at the White House. The crisis is being handled some areas of very hard hit now doing very well. Some were doing very well and we thought that maybe gone and they flare up. We're putting out the fires. Republican governors in two of the hardest hit states, Texas and Florida have imposed new restrictions amid surging numbers. But the president is concerned about any attempts to shut down businesses all together again because others are opening. And especially as we put the flame out getting rid of the flame. It's happening Shades of two months ago, Mr Trump, saying it will be up two governors and local leaders to decide about new restrictions as Corona virus cases have risen precipitously he mentioned wearing facemasks but emphasized washing hands and a very honored to be your president. Thank you very much. He left the briefing room without taking questions. Joe Biden responded to the president's statement with a video one of his own. He lauded the much better than expected, powering number a 4.8 million. There is one number that I was stunned that the president didn't mention in once the number was 50,000 that Biden pointed out is the number of new Corona virus cases reported in the United States on Wednesday. He believes that could mean a new economic slide, blaming the president for not leading, by example, on things like wearing a mask or staying clear of crowds for everyone who's job hasn't come back. Everyone who doesn't own stock who can't get a sweetheart loan through connections. Does this feel like a victory? Bob Costantini Washington. It's 11 after coming up. What does US intelligence tell Congress about Russian bounties for US soldiers.
Oklahoma Supreme Court to rule on Trump rally lawsuit
"Thousands of untold cell and many more are heading there for events featuring a president trump rally tomorrow reporter bill Michael says the issue of masks is a big court case the Oklahoma Supreme Court is expected to rule today whether those who attend president trump's Saturday rally in Tulsa most of here to CDC guidelines for face masks and social distancing a Tulsa attorney filed a lawsuit this week to stop B. okay center management from hosting the rally without CDC guidelines the justices are scheduled to discuss the case this
IOC to begin talks about easing protest ban at Olympics
"During a global wave of demonstrations against racism correspondent bill Michaels reports the IOC says it's opening talks that could lead athletes make stronger protests at the Olympic Games only five months ago the Olympic body strengthened its ban on political statements by specifying the gestures such as taking a knee or raising a fist on a metal podium remain prohibited the Olympic bodies public stance eased slightly Wednesday when its president said the in house athlete committee what explore different ways how opinions could be
"bill michaels" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Voting problems from bill Michael Wilder's reported long lines voting equipment not working and absentee ballots not received among other complaints the extension span the northwest corner of the state to the southeast coastline the extensions ranging from fifteen minutes to three hours and ten minutes were the result of delays in voting because of technical and logistical issues hours were extended at one world precinct by an hour after workers couldn't get the computerized devices used for signing in voters to work properly I'm bill Mike weight loss center of Lindsey Graham is defeated three little known GOP challengers ahead of a general election face off with Democrat Jamie Harrison M. B. fellow Republicans do partner Michael luck here Joe Reynolds in Tuesday's primary election a New York governor Andrew Cuomo says he's disgusted by a tweet from president trump that casts doubt on the motives of a seventy five year old protester was knocked down by police in buffalo if there was ever if he ever feels a moment of decency he should apologize for that tweet because it is wholly unacceptable not a piece of proof totally personally disparaging and in a moment with Amanda still in the hospital show some decency show some humanity show some fairness the president of the United States the president tweeted a conspiracy theory that suggests Martin Gugino was part of an anti fascist movement trying to block police communications.
Controversial GOP Congressman Steve King defeated in primary
"Republicans in northwest Iowa I was to break up or make that representative Steve king in Tuesday's primary more from bill Michaels nine term congressman Steve king shunned by his party leadership in Washington and many of his long time supporters at home lost in a five way GOP primary the challengers argued that king's loss of clout even more than the continuous string of provocative and racially charged statements over his career was reason enough for turning on him king was stripped of his committee assignments in twenty eighteen for comments appearing to question the criticism of white
Blue Angels, Thunderbirds to Fly Over Washington, D.C. to Honor Health Care Workers, First Responders
"The navy's blue angels joined the airforce Thunderbirds in a fly over of the Philadelphia and New York City regions on Tuesday and correspondent bill Michael says they'll take to the sky again Saturday in a Twitter post the blue angels announced they and the Thunderbirds will salute and thank all health care workers first responders and other essential personnel on Saturday the navy's aerial demonstration team said they will take to the skies above Baltimore Washington and Atlanta times an aerial routes will be released on
JetBlue Airways to require travelers to wear face masks
"Jet blue became the first major U. S. airline yesterday to impose a face covering on customers during travel in an effort to curb the spread of coronavirus bill Michaels has more the new jet blue policy follows guidelines by the centers for disease control and prevention that all individuals should wear face covering in public in a statement the airline said starting may fourth all jet blue customers will be required to wear face covering over their nose and mouth throughout their journey including during check in boarding and while in flight and to planing jet blue started mandating facemask for flight attendants as well as other crew members including airport workers on April seventeenth
Trump says he ordered Navy to "destroy" Iranian gunboats harassing U.S. ships
"President trump tweeted that he has instructed the U. S. navy to shoot down and destroy any and all Iranian gunboats if they harass our ships at sea CNN reported last week that the U. S. navy release video that it said shows Iranian naval vessels repeatedly conducting dangerous and harassing approaches toward U. S. navy warships in the north Arabian Sea and one came within ten yards of colliding with the U. S. ship no immediate response from Iran which today touted a military satellite launch correspondent bill Michaels who runs revolutionary guard made the announcement on its official website it said the two states satellite launch took off from around central desert without further explanation the statement called the launch a great achievement the military satellite launch comes amid tensions between Tehran and Washington all around us had several failed the satellite
737 Max: Debris found in planes' fuel tanks
"Boeing has a new problem with the grounded seven thirty seven MAX bill Michaels explains the latest issue with the passenger jets Boeing is spelled debris inside the fuel tanks of some of the planes the company said Tuesday the problem was discovered during maintenance work on planes that have been built but haven't been delivered to airlines because the Max is still grounded after two deadly crashes Boeing says the fuel tank issue won't change the company's expectation that regulators will certify the plane to fly again sometime in mid twenty twenty I'm bill
Democratic Debate Back on After Agreement in Venue Labor Fight
"That reminder C. N. B. C.'s Jessica adding it's twenty four past the age to buy tobacco in vaping products could be going up more from correspondent bill Michaels Congress is moving ahead with legislation that would raise the age to buy tobacco and baby products from eighteen to twenty one the sales restriction has the support of two unlikely backers Marlboro cigarette maker all trio an E. cigarette maker jul the proposal comes in response to a surgeon underage Peiping by U. S. teens raising the purchase age is expected to curb young people's access to E. cigarettes and regular cigarettes and eventually save lives by cutting the smoking rate anti tobacco advocates say all tree and jul are backing the measure to head off even more damaging restrictions on tobacco and vaping bill Michaels Washington now twenty five after well potential change in measurement set us off on the right foot when American morning continues after these messages okay you know how it feels when you've saved enough for that long awaited home addition now imagine in addition on that addition that's the feeling with Capital One renew savings account earns an interest rate five times the national average that's right five times as represented by five times more singers banking remain capital one what's in your wallet terms apply we comparison based on FDIC national right Capital One N. A. member FDIC sarcoma also you've never heard that word before for the forty people diagnosed with star home every day it is a life changing more because this cancer and research the sarcoma foundation of America families whose lives have been turned upside down cancer they never heard least once in
Supreme Court again confronts Trump’s authority, this time over DACA recipients
"While impeachment hearings in public are likely to get much of the attention in Washington. This week correspondent bill. Michaels says the Supreme Court is also taking up the case that is likely to carry political implications into the twenty twenty campaigns. The program before the court is deferred action for childhood arrivals known as Dhaka Daca. An Obama era program that aims to bring out of the shadows people who've been in the United States since they were children and are in the country illegally in some cases they have no memory of any home other than the United States. The Supreme Court is taking up the trump administration's plan to end legal protections. That shield around six hundred heard sixty thousand immigrants from deportation. It's the third time in three years that the administration is asking the justices to rescue a controversial policy that has been blocked by several lower courts. Trump made tough talk on immigration. A central part of his campaign and less than eight months after taking office he announced in September temper 2017 that he would end Daca immigrants' civil rights groups universities and democratic led states quickly sued and courts put the administration's plan on hold their two questions before the Supreme Court whether federal judges can even review the decision to end the program and if they can whether the way the administration has gone about winding down. DACA is legal
Survey shows American kids have doubled their online video consumption in 4 years
"Angeles new disturbing numbers on kids online usage comes from common sense media a nonprofit organization that tracks young people's tech habits the group also offers guidance for parents bill Michaels has a look at the numbers the survey shows young Americans are glued to online videos for nearly an hour each day and that's twice as long as they were four years ago the survey found they're seeing the videos on services such as YouTube that are supposed to be off limits to children younger than age thirteen overall screen time hasn't changed much in those four years the average between ages eight to twelve for the purposes of this survey spend four hours in forty four minutes with entertainment media all digital devices each day for teens it was seven hours and twenty two minutes that did not include the time using devices for homework reading books or listening to
South Korea's military says North Korea fires projectile off its eastern coast
"South Korea's military says North Korea has filed projectiles off its eastern coast more from correspondent bill Michaels in what appears to be another provocation from Kim Jong un south Korea's joint chiefs of staff say North Korea launched unidentified projectiles on Wednesday morning local time towards the sea of Japan also known as the E. C. Japan's chief cabinet secretary described the projectiles is to ballistic missiles a US official says the north Korean launches no surprise but it comes just hours after the U. S. announced talks with Pyongyang are set to resume next week bill Michaels
Burial at Arlington? Army looks at changing rules for who is eligible for interment
"Is the US army announced its proposed changes to the eligibility for burial at Arlington National Cemetery more from correspondent bill Michaels if no changes are made the storied cemetery which dates to the civil war will be closed to new interments bite the mid twenty fifties even for medal of honor recipients under the newly propose rules those eligible for interment at the cemetery would be limited to certain groups including U. S. service members killed in action recipients of the medal of honor service cross Silver Star or Purple Heart former prisoners of war in presidents and vice presidents of the United
Bermuda gets ready for pass by Category 3 Hurricane Humberto
"On their toes strengthen into a category three hurricane correspondent bill Michael says the storm is taking aim at premiered out officials in Bermuda say schools public transportation and government offices will close early ahead of a likely arrival of hurricane Umberto tropical storm force winds are expected to start hitting Bermuda with hurricane force gusts starting Wednesday afternoon and lasting until early Thursday morning Bermuda is expected to see up to four inches of rainfall with large swells along the coast on their toes packing one hundred fifteen mile an hour
NFL player Antonio Brown accused of rape by his former personal trainer
"Patriots wide receiver Antonio brown has been accused of rape by a former trainer here's correspondent bill Michaels Britney Taylor says Antonio brown sexually assaulted her on three occasions that's according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday in the Southern District of Florida brown has denied the allegations a lawyer representing the NFL star says it was a consensual personal relationship Britney Taylor saying that Antonio brown sexually assaulted her on three occasions in that civil lawsuit there are no criminal charges the lawyer says Taylor wanted to have brown invest enough financial venture that's from the lawyer for Antonio brown brown and Taylor met each other at Central Michigan University where brown was the star player and they became reacquainted a couple of years
Air Force reviewing travel after stay at Trump property
"The air force's ordered a review of all international layover stays as after reports of controversial stays by Air Force crew members of president trump's golfers are resort in Turnberry Scotland the Air Force says seven active duty and National Guard true members stated the trump resort March thirteenth on the way to Kuwait because it was cheaper and closer to an airfield in a statement released Sunday evening the Air Force admitted that while those crews appeared to follow all guidelines and procedures staying at the president's higher in hotels might be awhile but quote not advisable the use of president trump's private properties for government related travel has been an ongoing controversy during his presidency the house oversight committee has been investigating for months whether increased military expenditures benefiting the trump Turnberry golf course and resort in Scotland represent a conflict of interest for the president bill Michaels
Pilots' strike forces British Airways to cancel virtually all flights
"Are met the British airline pilots association called for a strike for pilots that British Airways in a statement pretty sure way says it had no way of predicting how many pilots would come to work or which aircraft they would be qualified to fly as a result the airline says it has no option but to cancel nearly one hundred percent of its flights for today and tomorrow responded bill Michaels the disruption and stranded thousands of
Oregon death from lung illness may be linked to vaping
"Oregon health officials are investigating a death from severe respiratory illness it could be linked to vaping more from correspondent bill Michaels the statement says the individual in Oregon who died in July had recently fate products containing cannabis purchase at the dispensary last month the Illinois department of public health announced the first such death amid a growing number of similar long illnesses across the country health officials say it's unclear whether there's a connection between cases whether vaping definitely calls these illnesses and what components or chemicals is cigarettes might be responsible the US food and drug administration and the centers for disease control and prevention revealed new national figures on Friday as of August twenty seven there are at least two hundred fifteen possible cases in twenty five states of severe lung disease that could be caused by vaping with additional cases still under
Oregon death from lung illness may be linked to vaping
"Oregon health officials are investigating a death from severe respiratory illness it could be linked to vaping more from correspondent bill Michaels the statement says the individual in Oregon who died in July had recently fate products containing cannabis purchase at the dispensary last month the Illinois department of public health announced the first such death amid a growing number of similar lung illnesses across the country health officials say it's unclear whether there's a connection between cases whether vaping definitely calls these illnesses and what components or chemicals ease cigarettes might be responsible the U. S. food and drug administration and the centers for disease control and prevention revealed new national figures on Friday as of August twenty seven there are at least two hundred fifteen possible cases in twenty five states of severe lung disease that could be caused by
"bill michaels" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"I'm bill Michaels when soon as time six fifty one let's see if anybody's get out of Dodge extra early ram trucks traffic center Karen Stewart it's the FD are really in bad shape this morning northbound it housed in St we had an accident earlier that was so serious there is an investigation going on now the right and center lanes are blocked it housed in on the FDR north bound the delays on the northbound F. E. R. R. stand still delays and they start all the way downtown at Beekman street we are also bumper to bumper coming off the Brooklyn Bridge trying to get on the FDR drive it is impossible in that area I can tell you that southbound side of the FDR through that stretch is doing very very well we've also got some very heavy southbound Harlem river drive delays those delays gonna start of the one hundred and forty fifth street bridge now and it is stand still traffic as well down to about a hundred and twenty at past the hour of K. we had an accident that accident is gone now here's what you need to know about the bridges and the tunnels inbound all three Hudson River crossings are twenty twenty five outbound GW bridge on the cross Bronx is thirty we've got queens delays of all the Throggs neck and white stone bridges the fifty odd street bridge is a mass fifty ninth street bridge going back into queens is also got some delays and the queens midtown tunnel is slow in and out here's what we see on long island's big three not much just a slight westbound a lot you delay forty four to forty two I'm Karen Stewart next report seven oh one on ten ten wins which is building a better bank look like it starts with building Capital One cafes warm inviting places they feel nothing like a typical bank where you can open an account with no fees or minimums in five minutes.
"bill michaels" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"In a career I'm bill Michaels president trump is facing pressure from the national rifle association over his openness to expand background checks in the wake of last week's deadly mass shootings in Texas and Ohio there is a little concerned that the NRA just isn't as strong as they once were in in the sense that may open the door for Republicans to do more on guns and they have in the past but again it's several weeks until members returned to Washington it's just unclear whether or not the president's going to keep the pressure on to get Republicans to pass something correspondent Lauren fox there in Louisville Kentucky house speaker Nancy Pelosi is leading a congressional delegation to three central American countries to focus on president trump's immigration policies Linda canyon has the story the trip takes some one dozen members of the house mostly Democrats to Guatemala El Salvador and Honduras and will end in McAllen Texas speaker Pelosi says the delegation will visit these countries dubbed the northern triangle to meet with government officials there discuss greater economic opportunity and advance human rights so to say for for P. to stay rather than seek refuge in the US president trump has accused those nations of failing to take adequate steps to stem the flow of migrants and in March the president threatened to cut off all foreign assistance to all Salvador Guatemala and Honduras Linda Kenyan Washington governor Gavin Newsom is pardon the Viet need Vietnamese immigrant facing possible deportation for a gang crime he committed fifteen years ago Newsome granted clemency on Wednesday to thirty seven o'clock when of Santa Clara county he was imprisoned for a two thousand four assault with a deadly weapon but never had another arrest Newsome also pardoned six other people for mainly low level drug offenses Porter Rico's embattled governor is resigned but it's still not clear who will lead the island's government between now in elections in twenty twenty Porter Rico has now had three governors in five days the island's just the secretary Wanda Vasquez was sworn in late in the day on Wednesday and is now the top government official in the U. S. territory she became a somewhat reluctant governor after Porter Rico Supreme Court unanimously ruled that part of the law used by embattled governor recorder a CEO to name Pedro Pierluisi as his successor was unconstitutional Vasquez was next in line the decision was sparked by a lawsuit filed by the president of Porter Rico's Senate signaling a larger power struggle to come I'm Steve cast and bound over to Wall Street where the Dow is up two hundred.
"bill michaels" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Ideology ideological leanings was he affiliated with anyone or any group investigators are coming through among other things social media posts such as one the reference is a book written in the late eighteen hundreds said to have racist and misogynistic views and one that talks about fire danger at the festival and given the events it's easy to speculate that meant gunfire all of that part of the ongoing investigation I'm Jim rope it's ten after Capital One set a hacker gained access to more than one hundred million Capital One customer accounts and credit card applications earlier this year more from correspondent bill Michaels the justice department says the compromise data includes one hundred forty thousand souls will security numbers one million Canadian social insurance numbers and eighty thousand bank account numbers in addition to an undisclosed number of people's names addresses credit scores credit limits balances and other information thirty three year old Paige Thompson was arrested in connection with the breach the justice department alleges that Thompson posted on the information sharing site get hub about her theft of information from the servers storing Capital One data I'm bill Michaels this is America in the morning it's time for the second round of democratic presidential candidates to debate this time Detroit's fox theatre use the venue with our Washington correspondent Bob Constantini there to cover it it's going to be a major knight for former vice president Joe Biden the party front runner has shaking off first debate reviews of how temperate he was and now allows to be more aggressive Donald trumps brand of American first has to offer and led to America alone a Quinnipiac poll released just before the second round of debates shows Biden with thirty four percent among democratic voters nationwide more than twice the support of next closest challengers senator Elizabeth Warren Warren has been quiet in recent weeks well other Democrats go any each other and fifteen percent worn is moved ahead again senator Kamel Harris who's at twelve percent that's a drop for Harris of eight percent since after the first party debate and just barely has a Bernie Sanders with eleven percent Harris had gotten a significant boost from the first debate by taking on Biden directly but Harris's support his remains strong across the spectrum among Democrats who consider themselves from very liberal to somewhat liberal to moderate to conservative the California senator on president trump's recent war of words with four democratic women of color in the chair of the house oversight committee all of whom president from says come from road into drugs and crime infested areas is.
"bill michaels" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Expected bill Michaels Washington and there's new tension with Iran seventeen Iranian nationals have been arrested on charges they were spying on nuclear cyber in military programs for the US here's correspond Martha Raddatz Iran had this huge press conference to announce that they had a documentary showing what America was up to and they released images the images they released that are the most alarming are of people the Iranians say our CIA officers they appear to be probably Americans or some western Europeans they have pictures of these people with their families president trump accused Tehran of line he warns that he's less inclined to make a deal with Iran in the wake of these claims meantime you case prime minister Theresa may reportedly is planning response to a running in commando seizing a British flag oil tanker in the street of poor moves last Friday wins this time six thirty five animal welfare advocates are hailing governor Cuomo signing a law banning the decline of cats they say the procedure is unnecessary and cruel Manhattan assemblywoman Linda Rosenthal tells ten ten wins it's no longer you know excusable to say oh yeah well it's fine to de clog cat it's absolutely wrong and inhumane it's already illegal in LA San Francisco and Denver as well as much of Europe and some parts of Canada new York's biggest vet organization had opposed the bill saying decline should be allowed.
"bill michaels" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"To local stores for a full refund. I'm Barbara Kusak. Politics is mourning the president requesting paperwork to let White House voyeurs review possible pardons for military personnel convicted of or accused of battlefield atrocities, the president saying he's holding off on making decisions about pardons for American troops accused by the military of war crimes. It's a little bit. Controversial. It's very possible. That I'll let the drills go on, and I'll make my decision after the trial. Most prominent coming up navy seal Edward Gallagher set to stand trial for shooting unarmed civilians and killing enemy prisoner in Iraq presidential candidate, Pete Buddha. Judge served enough ghanistan as a naval reservist, it's disgusting affront to the basic idea of good order and discipline. And the very thing that we believe we're putting our lives on the line to defend. Bob Costantini, Washington. Federal judge in California, blocking the president from building sections of border wall, with money secured under his declaration of a national emergency US district judge. Haywood Gilliam junior on Friday, immediately halted the administration's efforts to redirect military, designated funds to build sections of wall on the Mexican border is order. Applies to to plan projects at fifty one miles offense in two areas. Gilliam issued the ruling after. Hearing arguments last week in two cases, California nineteen other states brought one lawsuit the Sierra Club and a coalition of communities along the border. Brought the other Bill Michaels Washington..
"bill michaels" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Just the next two years. It's Thursday the first day of spring stocks on a back and forth week so far that's on worries about slowing growth and the fed predicting no interest rate hikes this entire year. Frontier. Airlines reached a tentative contract deal with its flight attendants union the insurance institute for highway safety putting out its latest crash. Test results for pickup trucks today in the early word is it is not good news. And lost economic productivity because of the March madness basketball tournament which tips off at noon eastern time today expected to top six hundred billion this year, and that highly anticipated list, many people will wanna know how will their pickup truck fair in a collision. Well, this is disturbing because you see pickup trucks everywhere and sales of pickups are expected to grow this year. Even though overall auto sales are forecast slowdown new crash tests by the insurance institute for highway safety have found that more than half the current generation of pickups were rated as marginal or poor. Now these tests measured how well the trucks protected front-seat passengers when the right front corner of the truck collided with another vehicle or object. That's the most common type of collision now until the full results are out later today, we won't know which models perform best in which ones perform worst. But anyway, you look at it not very good news could affect resale values to CNBC's. Tom Busby at twenty three after chorus. Bill Michaels says Starbucks says it plans to test both recyclable and Compostable cups over the next year customers in New York San Francisco Seattle London in Vancouver. British Columbia will help test the cups, which use fiber paper and other materials in place of plastic weiner's, the company also said it plans to redesign it stores as it adapts to increasing mobile pickups and delivery orders. Starbucks US mobile waters, more than doubled between two thousand sixteen and twenty eight to twelve percent of all orders. I'm Bill Michaels. Now twenty four make me feel so Young America in the morning continues. This could be the fountain of youth after.
"bill michaels" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I'm Barbara Kusak. As the partial government shutdown lingers over President Trump's funding demands for a while at the southern border talks continued to find some middle Brown democratic congressman Eric's. Well, well provides his take the president does not want border security. He wants border theater, and that's been playing out here as he's been offered increases in border patrol agents increases in technology fencing where there are vulnerable and enforcement on the visa overstays. But the president doesn't want to engage there because that does not fulfil the promise that he knows that he's not going to get acting White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, says in an interview with NBC's meet the press that will air Sunday. The President Trump is willing to deal persons of interest in the drive-by shooting death of seven year old jasmine Barnes last Sunday morning are being questioned about a murder correspondent Kelly hard tongue says people in the Houston area turned out Saturday to demand Justice. They are nervous. They're on edge. And while that's the case they recognize that it was important to be her support that family because it could have just as easily been them driving that car. It could have been their daughter their niece their next door neighbor in the back seat late Saturday, Columbia gas of Pennsylvania said it was in the process of shutting off service to about seventeen hundred customers in Washington county. Correspondent Bill Michaels explains Columbia gas says the decision to suspend service has been made out of an abundance of caution. The company says there's no threat to customers. There is no timeline for when service will be restored. The company says technicians must turn off all gas meters in the affected area in the States, South west corner before performing maintenance and restoring service, Columbia gas of Massachusetts was blamed for a series of September explosions that left one dead two dozen injured and more than one hundred homes and businesses engulfed in.
"bill michaels" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Taxes. I'm Anne Cates. Both sides will try again and meet tomorrow in Washington in hopes of ending the federal government shutdown. Correspondent Suzanne Malveaux on the impact of the closure. Overall, three hundred eighty thousand workers are furloughed another four hundred twenty thousand working without pay. But in a way, they could be the lucky ones traditionally congress grants back pay to those federal employees, though, not guaranteed for anyone back pay is even less likely for federal contractors and the companies they work for who might not get any money at all the new chairman of the House Ways, and means committee congressman Richard Neal wants to know how the shutdown will affect tax time in the letter to the Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and the IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig, the Massachusetts Democrat the upcoming tax filing season will reflect the overhaul of the tax law. As a result. He writes, it is important to understand the capabilities and the antiquated challenges that could result from the partial government shutdown. The IRS is one of those. Agencies who's funding lapsed on December twenty second and IRS employees involved in issuing refunds to taxpayers generally are furlough during government shutdowns if they occur during a non filing tax season that season begins later this month. Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill. Nineteen states are now reporting a big upswing in flu cases, that's more than double the number of states from the previous week. The number of children who died has also increased to children's debts related to the flu were reported in the week ending December twenty ninth bringing the flu death toll for children to thirteen for the season. Even though the flu season is underway. It's not too late to get a flu shot. The vaccine is recommended for everyone except infants under the age of six months of the one hundred eighty five children who died from the flu last year. The CDC says eighty percent did not get a flu shot. I'm Bill Michaels. I'm Ann Cates..
"bill michaels" Discussed on KSRO
"The hiring process usually takes two months trainees learn how to use x ray machines and other equipment work with bomb and drug sniffing dogs no and follow agency protocol and of course interact with passengers who can get pretty testy these days now the agency knows it's a tight us labor market and would starting pay beginning at just around thirty five thousand a year it may have a pretty tough time filling all those open spots cnbc's tom busby at twenty two after he's just thirty four years old but bill michaels reports this person is now the world's third richest forbes reports that facebook founder mark zuckerberg is passed warren buffett and is worth eighty one point six billion dollars that's about three hundred seventy three million more than buffet for the first time the world's three richest people are all tech titans amazon's jeff bezos at one hundred forty one billion bill gates ninety three billion and soccer berg i'm bill michaels an apple anniversary is upcoming a decade of apps here's joe ramsey with the story the iowa's app store opened on july tenth two thousand eight and so one hundred and seventy billion apps have been downloaded ringing up one hundred and thirty billion dollars in sales the most downloaded app of all time facebook according to market research firm app annie fall by facebook messenger youtube and instagram as for games it's candy crush saga subway surfers fruit ninja and clash of clans and games are the biggest moneymakers just thirty one percent of all downloads but seventy five percent of all money spent on apps the us is apple's top market for apps i'm joe ramsey we're coming up on twenty four after next on america in.
"bill michaels" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Trip especially now in the heart of the summer travel season but the transportation security administration or tsa is doing something about it it wants to hire thousands more staffers security officers canine handlers and others to handle the massive crowds now the hiring process usually takes two months trainees learn how to use x ray machines and other equipment work with bomb and drug sniffing dogs no and follow agency protocol and of course interact with passengers who can get pretty testy these days now the agency knows it's tight us labor market and would starting pay beginning at just around thirty five thousand a year may have a pretty tough time filling all those open spots cnbc's tom busby at twenty two after he's just thirty four years old but bill michaels reports this person is now the world's third richest towards reports that facebook founder mark zuckerberg is past warren buffett and is worth eighty one point six billion dollars that's about three hundred seventy three million more than buffet for the first time the world's three richest people are all tech titans amazon's jeff bezos at one hundred forty one billion bill gates ninety three billion and soccer berg i'm bill michaels an apple anniversary is upcoming a decade of apps here's joe ramsey with the story the iowa's app store opened on july tenth two thousand eight and so one hundred and seventy billion apps have been downloaded ringing up one hundred and thirty billion dollars in sales the most downloaded app of all time facebook according to market research firm app annie at fall by facebook messenger youtube and instagram has for games it's candy crush saga subway served vers fruit ninja and clash of clans and games are the biggest moneymakers just thirty one percent of all downloads but seventy five percent of all money spent on apps the us's apple top market for apps i'm joe ramsey we're coming up on twenty four after next on america in the morning stalking pig and more animals in the news after these messages.
"bill michaels" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Trip especially now in the heart of the summer travel season but the transportation security administration or tsa is doing something about it it wants to hire thousands more staffers security officers canine handlers and others to handle the massive crowds now the hiring process usually takes two months trainees learn how to use x ray machines and other equipment work with bomb and drug sniffing dogs no and follow agency protocol and of course interact with passengers who can get pretty testy these days now the agency knows it's tight us labor market and would starting pay beginning at just around thirty five thousand a year may have a pretty tough time filling all those open spots cnbc's tom busby at twenty two after he's just thirty four years old but bill michaels reports this person is now the world's third richest towards reports that facebook founder mark zuckerberg is past warren buffett and is worth eighty one point six billion dollars that's about three hundred seventy three million more than buffet for the first time the world's three richest people are all tech titans amazon's jeff bezos at one hundred forty one billion bill gates ninety three billion and zuckerberg i'm bill michaels an apple anniversary is upcoming a decade of apps here's joe ramsey with the story the iowa's apps store opened on july tenth two thousand eight and so one hundred and seventy billion apps have been downloaded ringing up one hundred and thirty billion dollars in sales the most downloaded app of all time facebook according to market research firm app annie at fall by facebook messenger youtube and instagram as for games it's candy gross sega subway surfers fruit ninja and clash of clans and games are the biggest money just thirty one percent of all downloads but seventy five percent of all money spent on apps the us is apple's top market for apps i'm joe ramsey we're coming up on twenty four after next on america in the morning.
"bill michaels" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The nfl as bill michaels tells us their teams are set for the playoffs in the afc the fourthseeded chiefs will host the fifthseeded titans on saturday number three seed jacksonville will host succeed buffalo on sunday new england and pittsburgh are the top two seeds in the afc and first round byes the patriots own homefield advantage throughout the playoffs in the nfc the thirdseeded los angeles rams holes the atlanta falcons on saturday the nfc south winning saints clashed with the panthers for the third time this season on sunday topseeds philadelphia minnesota earn first round byes where the eagle's owning homefield advantage in the nfc i'm bill michaels it was not a great day for a couple of vented fell coaches indianapolis colts head coach chuck for ghana was let go after six seasons and jack up real was fired as head coach of the oakland raiders after they closed out there year six than ten i'm jan johnson and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters france's emmanuel macron declared 2018 a decisive year he said cooperation between france and germany is necessary for europe to become economically stronger and be a global leader on equal footing with china and the us macron's comments follow germany's address by chancellor angela merkel merkel said she'll team up with france to hold the eu together and pledged to form her next to government without delay and the sunday telegraph of the uk reports deutsche bank ceo john crying has been told by some investors that another set of disappointing financial results could lead to a management shakeup back in october people familiar with the matter said crying was losing the support of some investors for his latest plan to turn around georgia bank china's official factory gauge held up this month that's acknowledged that efforts to reduce both pollution and debt risk in china have not hurt output the manufacturing purchasing managers index in china edged down to fifty one point six in december in line with forecasts in bloomberg's survey of economists and that's down from fifty one point eight the.
"bill michaels" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"To follow suit i'm bill michaels while leading us into the land of winners and losers sears sports with robert workman nfl week son that we fourteen on sunday the panthers got past the vikings 31 24 jonathan store rush routed three yards and three touchdowns at inns minnesota's a game winning streak chiefs repelled the raiders 26 fifteen to snap kansas city's fourgame slide karim hunt rush rounded sixteen yards in a score bills be the cult's thirteen seven in overtime in a snowstorm in buffalo leshan mccoy with a 21yard td run to end it cowboys clobbered the giants thirty two ten three d d bass's for a dak prescott packers had to rally but they got by the brown's twenty seven twenty one in overtime keeping cleveland winless nato and thirteen rebate was down two touchdowns in the fourth quarter but bread humbly found davante adams for the time score with seventeen seconds left and then hit atoms again midway through overtime to win it and aaron rogers is due back in the green bay lineup next week bears barreled over the bengals thirty three to seven to end chicago's fivegame losing streak lyon stop the buccaneers 24 twenty one three hundred eighty one yards passing for matthew staffer despite an injured throwing hand forty nine or stop the texans twenty six sixteen jimmy garoppolo now to an oas a starter for san francisco eagles overpower the rams 43 35 clinched the nfc east the bad news for philadelphia crushers and went to their quarterback left the game in the third quarter with a knee injury initial word it's a torn left acl mri to come whence at four td passes on sunday leads the league with thirty three jaguars held off the seahawks thirty to 24 blake bortles threw two touchdown passes russell wilson had three but he also threw three interceptions cardinals clipped the titans twelve to seven chargers road past the redskins thirty to thirty for their fourth straight win from an owned 4star la now seven and six and their in the playoff chase broncos liked the jets 23 nothing to end an eightgame losing streak and last night the steelers came back to nip the ravens thirty nine thirty eight wrapping up the afc north graham ben roethlisberger through the ball.
"bill michaels" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Decision i'm bill michaels wbz do time ten forty two sports now celtics have lost two of their last four cents a sixteen game winning streak they'll take on a surging sixers squad tonight at the garden seven thirty bruins entertained at the garden last night on the way to a win and a rookie stole the show wbz's adam kauffman in the aticketcom sport's studio with more on charlie mcevoy bruins calder trophy candidate charlie mcevoy won't be twenty for another three weeks but the defence monds maiden impact mcevoy scored the first goal in last night's three two upset of the lightning third of the year rookie also had an assist in a gamehigh twenty eight minutes eleven seconds of ice time often shutting down the nhl leading scorer steven stamp ghosts is line totalled four shots foca uh go into a game and on necessarily said a uh i want to place monsur or something like that so when you get and see how much actually played kinda like tonight i wouldn't have thought i played that that many minutes but uh some that i that i take great pride in the sita coaches have trust you know like that mcevoy's averaging almost 24 minutes a game coach bruce cassidy said there's a reason visa special player we don't wanna put too much arm we asked a lot tonight it's gonna hap from time to time but that stuff doesn't bought he wants those situations that's that's what she wanted to players who wants him to to joy the moment he he no he really takes it on other guys have to it takes a little while but i think we see that throat the wanted with somewhere younger guys have seen what the brusque of sinop york they're not afraid of the moment these younger kids they then whatever it is if they're use the spotlight earlier on they are or were just fortune of but pretty good kits that are okay plane and big moments adam kaufman.
"bill michaels" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"The decision i'm bill michaels a new jersey state senator has announced plans to seek congressional seat now being vacated by twelve term republican frank low biondo that story from k y w david madden cafe andrew's announcement comes as a surprise to absolutely noone his name surfaced on election night when low biondo announced his plans to retire and then drew had just been reelected to his state senate seat down the shore so why is he getting in people are usually desperately desiring to have good new common leadership in washington they want people in washing that are going to have some sense of courtesy and dayton seat i think they wanna change fellow democrats are already running but banned drew has name recognition in the district and the backing of party leaders republicans named this potential candidates include outgoing atlantic city mayor don guardian in status i believe in chris brown who will be moving onto the state senate in january the madden kyw newsradio kyw news time twelve twenty two here's your traffic and transit on the twos the schuylkill expressway westbound closed 30th street to the vine street expressway overnight construction is the reason you're forced off at 30th to get right back onto the westbound schuylkill expressway also construction work westbound 76 the blue route two gulf meals in the right lane eastbound side of the schuylkill expressway for seventy six the blue route to belmont roadwork in the right lane again from the vine street expressway to 30th street also in the right lane this is all expected to go until around 5 o'clock this morning route 23 the ramps to and from the schuylkill expressway ripped restrictions in place for overnight construction no delay but just be mindful northeast extension southbound quicker town the lansdale construction in the right lane northbound ninety five the commodore barry to the blue route the two left lanes blocked revenue construction flippant over to the southbound side of 95 from pour seventy six the believer to the commodore barry but you're right lanes blocked for overnight were were next update in.