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"capitol hill general motors" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:22 min | 5 months ago

"capitol hill general motors" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"From NPR news I'm Jack Speer the state of Ohio is beginning the process of lifting its stay at home order and allowing some businesses to bring people back to work but as governor Mike DeWine cautions it is going to be a slow and gradual process Ohio public radio's Andy Chow has more a handful of industries in Ohio are preparing to get back to work in may phase one of the states re opening plan includes manufacturers general offices and retail governor Mike DeWine says the key to the plan are the strict workplace guidelines which require every worker to wear a mask nonessential businesses have been closed in Ohio since mid March the governor says re opening all businesses immediately would be irresponsible to the best of my ability I think we found the sweet spot I think we found the spot that is is most likely to cause less damage more more likely to cause good bars restaurants salons gyms and movie theaters are among the many other companies that will remain closed for now for NPR news I'm anti Chow in Columbus the centers for disease control and prevention in Atlanta is out with some of its recommendations on what a gradual re opening of the country might look like and it's not exactly business as usual among the recommendations businesses should consider closing break rooms restaurants might need use disposable menus and plates and schools would have students eat their lunch in the classroom those are just a few of the proposals as the CDC looks at how some institutions could be able to gradually begin to reopen while still keeping some social distancing in place the CDC came out with its proposal for at least seven different types of organizations one of the things the CDC is looking at is sending teams to three states to help contain growing outbreaks of the crown of virus in poultry plants it's the latest in a string of infections affecting U. S. meat suppliers member station BPM in Richmond Virginia Ben pave your has that story these outbreaks are centered on two plants that employ about three thousand people Virginia governor Ralph Northam many of them do not speak English as their first language and the close quarters of the house and makes measures such as isolation and quarantine even more difficult poultry plants along the peninsula in Maryland and Delaware have also seen outbreaks a trade group for the region's plants told the Baltimore sun the plants would have to destroy nearly two million chickens because of staffing shortages caused by the virus some workers say they've been given little information or protective gear by their employers the team from the CDC will assess the outbreak and try to ramp up testing for NPR news I'm then pave your enrichment while the federal reserve is managed largely calm turbulent financial markets in the past will have some far tougher tasks to tackle when it meets this week that policy makers will be to D. day meeting this week in Washington on Wall Street today stocks gained ground the Dow Jones industrial average was up three hundred and fifty eight points you're listening to NPR democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden has received two more key endorsements today by getting the nod from house speaker Nancy Pelosi and house progressive leader for Miller J. J. appalled the twin endorsements underscoring Biden's ongoing efforts to unify disparate wings of the party ahead of the nominating convention and this fall's election against incumbent Republican president Donald Trump in a video released today Pelosi says Biden would be quote a voice of reason and resilience amid the on going from a chronic virus pandemic and she cited his previous experience both as a vice president and on Capitol Hill General Motors is suspending its dividend as the auto industry braces with the lingering fallout of the corona virus pandemic NPR's Camila domonoske reports US automakers have suspended vehicle production because of the virus Ford GM and fiat Chrysler are preparing safety measures for when they re open their plants but it's not clear when that'll happen and in the long term they're anticipating reduced demand for vehicles given the state of the global economy last month GM cut white collar salaries by twenty percent and furloughed hourly workers now the company has suspended quarterly payments to shareholders and also canceled stock buybacks the major U. S. automakers will report their earnings over the next week and a half starting with Ford on Tuesday Camilla domonoske NPR news despite some recommendations summer all of Boeing's board of.

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"capitol hill general motors" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"capitol hill general motors" Discussed on KGO 810

"Fifteen percent contained but the evacuation zone has been cut nearly in half in cinema county you evacuation orders on place for parts of Lake County because of another fire burning in Mendocino county evacuation there includes twin pine casino in Middletown Boeing CEO tells Congress his company is taking major steps to fix problems with at seven thirty seven MAX jets correspondent Linda Kenyon reports from Capitol Hill Dennis Miller Berg began his testimony with an apology on behalf of myself and the Boeing company we are sorry deeply and truly sorry on the anniversary of the first of two deadly crashes involving the seven thirty seven MAX jets that killed three hundred forty six people Mullen Berg took responsibility we've made mistakes and we got some things wrong we're improving and we're learning and we're continuing to learn on the birds testimony comes as Boeing faces a criminal probe by the justice department in addition it faces lawsuits by families of some of those who perished in the two thousand eighteen crashes off the coast of Indonesia and in Ethiopia Linda Kenya on Capitol Hill General Motors fiat Chrysler Toyota and many others in the auto industry are siding with the trump administration in its battle with California over greenhouse gas emissions and fuel economy standards the companies and the association of global automakers say they plan to intervene in a lawsuit against the administration over California's ability to set standards that differ from federal rules the World Series has been dominated by the road team this season with all five games going to the visitor the Washington nationals will look to make it six straight as they head back to minute maid park in Houston for game six against the Houston Astros Astros manager AJ Hinch says he'll be relying on experience the been there done that part of this I think is very important for us is do when you do play the experience card is when you're under the most stress and I would tell you game sixes and sevens are in in the World Series is high stress but this is where you lean on experience at the nationals can force a game seven it will mark the first time in Major League Baseball history the visiting team has won the first six games of a World Series maybe it's.

"capitol hill general motors" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"capitol hill general motors" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Was sentencing day for the gang members who killed Lisandro junior who's mon follies outside a Bronx bodega last year W. CBS reporter Steve Byrnes was at Bronx criminal court thank god what they deserve in the eyes of juniors mom Leandra Felice abuse they try and fifteen years for Keith innocent kids one gang member your Nike Martinez a Strela described by the judge as the executioner was given life without the possibility of parole Antonio Rodriguez Hernandez Santiago Jose moon use an elven Garcia were given twenty five years to life while Manuel Rivera was given twenty three years to life as he was only eighteen at the time of the killing thank you my son and they have to pay for what they do all were convicted of first degree murder and several other charges for the five apologized in their statements to the court but police say she doesn't accept those apologies I will have my some bad anymore eight other defendants in juniors killing are still awaiting trial at Bronx criminal courts the burns WCBS newsradio eight eight president trump has announced what he calls phase one of a trade deal with China today the president calls it a very substantial deal but he also notes it's not yet been drafted subject to getting it ready it'll take probably three weeks four weeks or five weeks Mr trump says he hopes to sign it I don't economic summit in Chile next month he says this tentative deal includes protections for American intellectual property and it's just the first phase delay that have two phases of three phases for now a plan terrapin crease to thirty percent on some goods will not go into effect and he says China has agreed to boost its purchasing of US agricultural products Stephen Portnoy's CBS news the White House and at the White House Steven also following the U. S. threatening to sanction Turkey following its attacks on the American allied Kurds in northern Syria president is concerned about the ongoing military offensive treasury secretary Stephen minu chin says the administration stands ready to impose sanctions on Turkey urging it not to target civilians or allow a single ISIS fighter to escape from prisons that had been guarded by Kurdish forces these are very powerful sanctions we hope we don't have to use them but we can shut down the Turkish economy if we need to do to didn't explain why the sanctions aren't being imposed now he couldn't answer whether the president would still host his Turkish counterpart for a scheduled visit next month WCBS news time seven thirty three the US is responding the missile attacks on oil tankers in Saudi Arabia defense secretary mark esper says Iran is to blame in response to continued threats in the region I've ordered the deployment to the kingdom of Saudi Arabia of two additional fighter squadrons and supporting personnel along with additional patriot and fat air and missile defense batteries taken together with other deployments I've extended authorized the last month this involves about three thousand United States forces since may eleven thousand US troops have been sent to that region a joint house committee heard from former Ukrainian ambassador Marie about a **** today as part of its impeachment investigation CBS news correspondent bill Rakoff with more from Capitol Hill the chairs of the three committees conducting the impeachment inquiry say although that Maria von of age was willing to voluntarily appear before lawmakers they had to issue a subpoena when the state department directed or not to testify in her opening statement your bottom which said that the state department was pressured by the trump administration to remove her as US ambassador to Ukraine those efforts she says were based on unfounded claims by people she described as having questionable motives bill ray **** CBS news Capitol Hill General Motors has made a new offer to the striking United auto workers union more from W. W. J. reporter Jeff Gilbert the ended Troy GM asking the union to bargain around the clock this after the U. A. W. tells GM it will respond to the company's latest proposal after subcommittees have completed their work four weeks of lost production estimated to have cost GM one point one three billion dollars said you a W. strike against GM has lasted for nearly a month a new report places equal blame on both Boeing and the F. A. for problems with the seven thirty seven MAX jets that led to two deadly crashes the joint authorities technical review says the planes anti stall system was not thoroughly evaluated with two little FAA engagement oversight Reuters says it calls the agency's awareness of the system inadequate with two little involvement at Boeing certification process criticizes the FAA for a manpower shortage in says Boeing employees faced undue pressure from quote conflicting priorities and environment that doesn't support FAA requirements Peter king CBS news seven thirty six of WCBS this week on the take out we talk impeachment what is it how does it work with constitutional scholar Kim way like this is really about Congress.

"capitol hill general motors" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"capitol hill general motors" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Still awaiting trial criminal courts the burns WCBS newsradio eight eight the United States is threatening to sanction Turkey following its attacks on the American allied Kurds in northern Syria CBS news White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy with more the president is concerned about the ongoing military offensive treasury secretary Stephen minu chin says the administration stands ready to impose sanctions on Turkey urging it not to target civilians or allow a single ISIS fighter to escape from prisons that had been guarded by Kurdish forces these are very powerful sanctions we hope we don't have to use them but we can shut down the Turkish economy if we need to do to didn't explain why the sanctions aren't being imposed now he couldn't answer whether the president would still host his Turkish counterpart for a scheduled visit next month Stephen Portnoy CBS news the White House the U. S. is responding to missile attacks on oil tankers in Saudi Arabia defense secretary mark asper says Iran is to blame in response to continued threats in the region I've ordered the deployment to the kingdom of Saudi Arabia of two additional fighter squadrons and supporting personnel along with additional patriot and that air and missile defense batteries taken together with other deployments I've extended or authorize the last month this involves about three thousand United States forces since may eleven thousand troops have been sent to that region a joint house committee heard from former Ukrainian ambassador Marie of on a **** today as part of its impeachment investigation more from CBS news correspondent bill Rakoff on Capitol Hill the chairs of the three committees conducting the impeachment inquiry say although that Maria von image was willing to voluntarily appear before lawmakers they had to issue a subpoena when the state department directed or not to testify in her opening statement your bottom which said that the state department was pressured by the trump administration to remove her as US ambassador to Ukraine those efforts she says were based on unfounded claims by people she described as having questionable motives bill ray **** CBS news Capitol Hill General Motors has made a new offer to the striking you're not a you right at auto workers union more from W. W. J. reporter Jeff Gilbert in Detroit GM asking the union to bargain around the clock this after the U. A. W. tells GM it will respond to the company's latest proposal after subcommittees have completed their work four weeks of lost production estimated to have cost GM one point one three billion dollars that you a W. strike against GM has lasted for nearly a month for thirty four W. C. B. S. a new report places equal blame on both Boeing and the FAA for problems with the seven thirty seven MAX jets that led to two deadly crashes CBS news correspondent Peter king with details the joint authorities technical review says the planes anti stall system was not thoroughly evaluated with two little FAA engagement of oversight Reuters says it calls the agency's awareness of the system inadequate with two little involvement at Boeing certification process criticizes the FAA for a manpower shortage in says Boeing employees faced undue pressure from quote conflicting priorities and environment that doesn't support FAA requirements Peter king CBS news fire officials in northern California say a man who relied on oxygen died twelve minutes after losing electricity in an outage planned by Pacific gas and electric utility had preemptively cut power to hundreds of thousands of homes across northern California in an effort to prevent its equipment from touching off wild fires in dry windy weather W. C. B. S. news time four thirty five this.

"capitol hill general motors" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"capitol hill general motors" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"When you see a tow truck, it usually means a car were SEV's having some kind of trouble. It needs to get carded away to a mechanic. But Chicago police say someone is using a tow truck to help themselves to cars, which are being stolen on the city's north side. I to- occurred around seven in the evening of January fourth and the thirty four hundred north Monticello while the other two occurred on the thirty four and thirty five hundred bucks of Addison in the seven o'clock hour, the next morning in all such cases. The victim park. Their cars legally in a lot and return to find their cars, gone security video shows, a dark-colored tow truck, the parking lots manager confirmed that he did not order or authorize the to- Bob Roberts, NewsRadio on what five point nine at. The White House is proceeding with plans for President Trump status union address next week at the US capitol. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, says there is no reason to change the date or the location from the traditional speech. She says house speaker Nancy Pelosi already extended the necessary invitation for the president to appear before a joint session of congress. The accepted. She cited secur security concerns as a potential reason to delay. It. Those concerns were addressed by the department of homeland security the United States, we get service at this point. We're moving forward. The White House was also reportedly looking at alternative locations, but has also placed a request with the house sergeant at arms for a walk through to prepare for Tuesday's scheduled address. Jackie Quinn, Washington. New york. Congresswoman Alexandria Okaz. Ceo Cortes has gotten a prime committee assignment that will put her in the middle of investigations of the White House a seat on the house oversight and reform committee is a much sought after prize, particularly now, the Democrats are in control of the house and avowed to investigate the Trump administration, ocasio Cortez and several other freshmen Democrats will have seats on that panel chaired by Elijah Cummings. Who says he's excited about the new members to his panel? Bill Rakoff CBS news, Capitol Hill. General Motors admits it has a severe racial harassment problem, but a planet. Toledo Ohio after two federal lawsuits were filed the federal lawsuit. Say that for at least two years African Americans at the plant were called boy monkey and worse. They were told to go back to Africa where they belong. What's the big deal about nooses, a white supervisor was quoted as saying during a meeting about racial tolerance? There was never a black person. Who was lynched that didn't deserve. It. GM says win it identifies. Those. Responsible..

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"capitol hill general motors" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"capitol hill general motors" Discussed on KOMO

"Stuff merry Christmas. That again is ABC's TJ homes while hiring slowed in November the jobless rate state at three point seven percent. It wasn't the number many were expecting November hiring came in weaker than expected. One hundred fifty five thousand jobs added that's more than fifty thousand jobs of below the monthly average we've seen over the past year. But Mark Hamrick senior economic analyst at bankrate dot com says it's not that surprising. Look for next year is for slower hiring, but not a hall in jobs creation. So between tightness in the job market. Some struggling to find well-qualified workers, we should not expect hiring to be blazing at this moment. Shelley Adler, Washington news time eleven thirteen corporate corporate tax breaks and bailouts maybe more controversial than ever for a second day in a row. General motors. Ceo, Mary Barra heard from Capitol Hill lawmakers who are upset about planned layoffs and plant closures ABC's, Michelle Franzen with more after meeting with Ohio. Lawmakers on Capitol Hill General Motors. Ceo, Mary Barra is back in the hot seat last week. The automaker announced it will stop making the Chevy Cruz at its Lordstown Ohio plant by March and could close the plant for good. Our focus is on the workers. We made the announcement when we did to give them the maximum opportunity for other opportunities. We have within the company Thursday, she met with Michigan lawmakers democratic Representative Brenda Lawrence in this country, the government and taxpayers bailed out TM encouraging GM to rethink its restructuring plan since the company is enjoying record profits. Michelle Franzen ABC news Bara is insisting the company is actually driving economic gain. Saying GM is invested twenty two billion dollars in the US since two thousand nine KOMO news time eleven fourteen and tied. A check AAA traffic.

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"capitol hill general motors" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"capitol hill general motors" Discussed on KOMO

"Wasn't just customers who were moved by Christmas gift. Perry. You are amazing. You are amazing. I personally you. Thank you. And I know the community and the final message and reminder from this not so secret Santa, God bless you. Go get your stuff merry Christmas. What's again, that's ABC's TJ homes reporting while hiring slowed in November the jobless rate stayed at three point seven percent wasn't the number many were expecting a bumper. Hiring came in weaker than expected. One hundred fifty five thousand jobs added that's more than fifty thousand jobs of below the monthly average we've seen over the past year. But Mark Hamrick senior economic analyst at bankrate dot com says it's not that surprising outlook for next year is for slower hiring, but not a halt in jobs creation. So between tightness in the job market. Employers struggling to find well-qualified workers, we should not expect hiring to be blazing at this moment. Shelley Adler, Washington corporate breaks and bailouts may be more controversial than ever for a second day in a row. General Motors CEO, Mary Barra haired. Mhm Capitol Hill lawmakers upset about planned layoffs and plant closures ABC's Michelle Franzen with more after meeting with Ohio lawmakers on Capitol Hill, General Motors. Ceo, Mary Barra is back in the hot seat last week. The automaker announced it will stop making the Chevy Cruz at its Lordstown Ohio plant by March and could close the plant for good. Our focus is on the workers..

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"capitol hill general motors" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"capitol hill general motors" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Degrees. Sunshine in Boston. Good morning. I'm Deb Lawler. Top stories now John Kelly is expected to reside. As White House chief of staff in the coming days. The President Trump asked Kelly over the summer to stay on for two more years. The two have reportedly stopped speaking recently. Japan's ministry of defence expands its search to find five missing US marines after two warplanes collided. Mid air and crashed into the sea yesterday rapper Kendrick. Lamar leads all Grammy nominees with eight including album song record of the year both Drake and Brandi Carlile earned seven nominations, including nods for the big three categories. Authorities are investigating a burned body found next to a playground in lend. WBZ TV's Jim Smith has more police work late into the night after a grim discovery in inland. Investigators confirming that a burned body was found on a wooded hillside. The scene is right next to fry park where there is a ball field and playground. Neighbors are on edge. I know it's pretty scary avid teenagers. So it's scaring this area to see this going on very close to home. The Essex County DA's office says a dog Walker found the body about too many afternoon, they say any identification will take time because of the condition of the body. They haven't released in age or gender officials will check missing persons reports in the area and dental records to try to make a positive. I d on the body students are back in class this morning and will burn a day after students suffered a superficial stab wound and a fight with another student at Kennedy middle school, the eleven year old male student was quickly identified and place. In custody, a small knife was sees the school was ordered to shelter in place out of caution for the second day in a row General Motors. Ceo, Mary Barra is grilled by lawmakers over plan layoffs and plant closures by the company day after meeting with Ohio lawmakers on Capitol Hill General Motors CEO, Mary Barra is back in the hot seat last week. The automaker announced it will stop making the Chevy Cruz at its Lordstown Ohio plant by March and could close the plant for good. Our focus is.

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