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Washington DC's virtual Easter egg hunt is on tap at the White House
"Health Christopher Cruz dub U T O P News. The White House Easter Egg roll is canceled again this year because of the pandemic, But instead you can try the scavenger hunt Edition. We're going on the Easter eggs on the White House is offering kids an Easter egg hunt that is virtual on the White House Historical Associations website You find that the White House 3 60 tour has been transformed to celebrate the history of the White House Easter Egg roll, which is canceled in person this year while making your way through rooms of the executive mansion like on the dots to learn it. But the history of the Easter egg roll and the White House completed work sheet with correct answers from each fun fact on the tour to submit for a chance to win a raffle prize, a set of
Washington DC Metro to replace 130 escalators at more than 30 stations
"Completed an eight year long project that replaced Ah 145 escalators and rehabilitated about 153 of them. Then started repairing 89 escalators throughout the system will now we've learned Metro is going to begin replacing more than 100 escalators and dozens more station soon. The transit agency will spend $179 million over the next seven years on the new project, it will replace 130 escalators in 32 metro rail stations beginning in May. Escalators at the Roslin Dupont Circle and Tenley Town stations are being replaced. Those are among the longest escalators in the system. The new s The leaders have to be made specifically for Metro Christopher Cruz. W T o P News
If widespread remote work becomes the new normal in Washington DC, a lot of people would be left out
"Ah, lot of people around here are doing their jobs from home. But how will increased remote working effect? The D C area of report by the Greater Washington partnership found that employers expect fewer than 30% of their workers to be physically at work sites in the first quarter of this year, increasing to 75% By the fall. The report finds the capital region a second on Lee to the San Francisco Bay area in the share of people who work in remote capable jobs. Researchers don't expect a lot of people to move out of the D M V like they have in San Francisco in New York. But it says spending by commuters around their workplace may decrease by up to 29% across the region. Hurting smaller businesses in central Business District. Christopher Cruz w T o P News Some
Study: Smaller cars may be why crashes injure women more
"Three times more likely to be seriously injured in car crashes than men. The Institute Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has just released a new study. That explains why The auto insurer funded group studied injuries in police reported tow away front and side crashes from 1998 to 2015. It founded women more often drive smaller, lighter cars and that they're more likely than men to be driving the struck vehicle inside impact and front into rear crashes. The study found. Women are twice as likely as men to be more seriously hurt, like suffering a collapsed lung or traumatic brain Injury in car crashes. Christopher Cruz
Virtual car seat checks offered for Child Passenger Safety Week
"Than your kids. And during this national child passenger safety week, the federal government is focused on keeping them safe when you're behind the wheel, and when you you leave leave the the the car, car, car, the the the two two two most most most important important important considerations considerations considerations in in in protecting protecting protecting your your your kids kids kids make make make sure sure sure your your your child's child's child's car car car seat seat seat is is is the the the right right right one one one for for for them them them and and and is is is properly properly properly installed installed installed and and and never never never leave leave leave a a a child child in a hot car. Not even for a minute. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says the best way to ensure Children aren't left behind is to remember this. Park Look lock this Saturday. Certified child passenger safety technicians will be at various sites to provide provide tips tips on on choosing choosing and and properly properly installing installing car car and and booster booster seats. seats. Some Some technicians technicians are are offering offering virtual virtual seat seat checks checks because because of of the the Corona Corona virus virus pandemic. pandemic. Christopher Christopher Cruz Cruz w w T. O p knew to find places in the D M V, where you can get your car seat checked out. Go to w t o p dot com Search safety seat.
Jessica Krug: George Washington University professor says she lied about being black
"Has admitted she's been claiming to be a black woman for decades, you know, post on the Web site medium. Jessica Krug calls herself a coward who's built her life on a violent anti black lie. Her university bio says she's an expert in African, Latin American, African American and early modern world history. In her post, she said she's thought about ending these lies many times over many years, but my cowardice was all He's more powerful than my ethics drug wrote that she suffered severe trauma in her early childhood 19 years and said therapists from whom she has sought help recently told her that claiming a false identity is a common response to those experiences. She didn't say if she'll resign. The university is preparing a response. Christopher Cruz w T o p News Howard County teacher's been
"christopher cruz" Discussed on WJR 760
"Christopher Cruz, 45,300 new Corona virus infections were reported in the U. S yesterday. That's the first time the daily count has dropped below 50,000 in four days. At one point last week, the count reached 54,500. But on a bee sees this week, Republican Mayor of Miami Francis Suarez says things aren't good in his city were obviously very closely monitoring hospitalizations and we're very, very closely monitoring the death rate, which Are lagging indicators that give us the impression that we have to take much stricter, You know much stricter measurement Axios reports this morning that at least 15 states broke their single day Corona virus infection records this week. FDA commissioner Dr Stephen Han ask this morning about how close we are to a vaccine. Well, I'm optimistic given what we've seen so far, but I really can't speculate on that. Our job at FDA is to look at the data when it's available. We're not actually the developers of those. Although we provided assistance to Developers of vaccines so that they have clarity about what data they need to bring to. Our experts are worried that the lack of masks and social distancing this weekend will cause the Corona virus outbreak to worsen. Two people have been killed in a shooting early this morning at the lavish lounge nightclub in Greenville, South Carolina. Eight people were wounded. Some of them are in critical condition. Greenville County Sheriff Hobart Lewis has no arrest yet we know Uh, certainly, uh, too. Again. They may be more there was multiple shots fired. We don't even have around count yet of actually happening. Rounds were shot. But we do have for sure from video that was posted that there were at least two shooters. An 11 year old boy has been shot and killed in Washington, D C. Police say five men were quote shooting up the area near a community center at an apartment complex last night. I'm Christopher Cruz. Are you paying too much for term life insurance? There's a tremendous price war. Among the major term life Cos rates have dropped dramatically in the past few years. For example, a man age 45 Tobacco user. $1 million of coverage $75 per month level rate for the next.
U.S. Budget Deficit Widened to $399 Billion in May From $208 Billion a Year Earlier
"Correspondent Christopher Cruz reports the federal government recorded a budget deficit of one point eighty eight trillion for the first eight months of this budget year the treasury department says the deficit for the October to may period was more than double the seven hundred thirty eight point six billion dollar deficit for the same period last year the deficit for just the month of may was three hundred ninety eight point eight billion a record for the
"christopher cruz" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Update on Christopher Cruz at least forty eight states are easing coronavirus lockdowns now and the pace will pick up in the days to come correspondent coy wire says one sport returns to action tomorrow but there won't be any fans in the stands Askar making its return to Darlington tomorrow with Brad Keselowski drawing the pole position for the race he says he's excited about getting back into racing he said his wife is actually sad she will not be there she usually comes all the races with me and and you know she's my biggest cheerleader drivers and their families might be feeling as far as what many sports fans right across the country around the world are feeling having sports back does bring that sense of normalcy that that we are so eagerly seeking and not in all walks of life the Italian government today said restaurants can reopen but there has to be at least three feet between customers they're also being advised to use disposable menus or electronic ones that can be read on personal devices on Christopher Cruz another major retail brand has become a casualty of a tough environment for storage and environment made even tougher by the corona virus shut downs the coronavirus shut downs proved to be the straw that broke the camel's back for a company that lost money eight out of the last nine years J. C. Penney is asking for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection so it can restructure its debt the company would also close some of it eight hundred and forty five remaining stores but it's not clear how many in a statement the company said they had reached an agreement with several of their creditors to eliminate several billions of dollars of debt a judge would have to approve the plan but instead could rule that J. C. Penney go out of business if the judge believes it's in the best interest of the creditors Steve casting down New York today's coronavirus count more than one point four million people have been infected by the virus in the U. S. almost eighty eight thousand have died the pandemic is reached every continent except Antarctica I'm Christopher Cruz well you can't believe.
"christopher cruz" Discussed on KGO 810
"Christopher Cruz about half of the states have now begun to partially reopen restaurants in particular a welcoming diners in some cases for the first time in six weeks but with some restrictions correspondent Alison caustic this morning as we turn the calendar from April to may we are seeing at least thirty states some of the restrictions and partially re open and if you look at the way some states are doing it everybody really doing it very differently you know from Idaho to Illinois from Arkansas to Alabama but there is one constant with all these openings morning of course to keep socially distant a nursing home in New York City says almost a hundred of its residents have died from confirmed or suspected cases of the corona virus the Isabella geriatric center in Manhattan is among the hardest hit nursing homes in the state it said it had to order a refrigerator truck because funeral homes have been taking days to pick up bodies I'm Christopher Cruz Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti says he's pleased to hear governor Gavin Newsom say California is quote days not weeks away from beginning to lift some restrictions on businesses in the state it's great to hear that from the governor he's done a great job of leading here in California we've been bringing people together from different industries in fact during this crisis even though we had a stay at home order for instance in the construction industry we're able to assess the risk safely inspect the workplace get PP to construction workers and we haven't seen an outbreak while we continue with critical infrastructure in tiny Modoc county in the far north eastern corner of California restaurants bars and other businesses are now open six weeks after closing defying the governor stay at home water this late word a five point five magnitude earthquake has hit near southern Porter Rico this morning jolting many from their beds some people are still in shelters because of damage caused to their homes by quakes earlier this year new immediate reports of casualties or damage on Christopher Cruz he takes in traffic.
"christopher cruz" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Christopher Cruz congressional leaders and administration aides are said to be close to a bipartisan deal on a trillion dollar plus economic rescue package Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer this is a crisis unlike we've ever seen it's affected everything and everywhere and we have to be there to help people who need help congressional leaders including house speaker Nancy Pelosi will meet privately early today they say that with other measures from the federal reserve almost two trillion dollars could be pumped into the economy many perhaps even most of California's forty million people are staying home as the governor ordered but it beaches and parks not everyone heeded calls to practice social distancing in the states are shopping centers and streets were empty churches were closed playgrounds deserted but some stores and farmers markets were busy at least five states have now ordered residents to stay at home to help hold down the number of new infections on Christopher Cruz the corona virus has now cost thirteen thousand deaths worldwide three hundred seven thousand cases have been reported the United States is facing an imminent surgeon unemployment insurance claims that threatens to swamp the system for claiming and paying benefits and correspondent Christina Alessi in New York says without a bailout one major American air carrier will have a hard time staying afloat airlines and air travel in this country have essentially ground to a halt United one of the biggest barriers yesterday saying they're going to have to make cutbacks if Congress doesn't intervene and provide that rescue Fundaci says unemployment claims this coming week will be staggering organizers of the Tokyo Olympics are facing resistance from athletes who want the games postponed and Japan's foreign ministry has issued a travel warning for its citizens urging them not to make non essential trips to the United States stir for cruise every day.
"christopher cruz" Discussed on WJR 760
"Collapsed mine Christopher Cruz that cruise ship carrying more than thirty five hundred people from fifty four countries that was in a corona virus quarantine will soon doc in Oakland California captain John Smith spoke to the passengers last night about what will happen to them when they leave the ship don't require okay following health screenings those who are California residents welcome to a friend California for testing the crew will be quarantined and treated aboard the ship the ship should dock in Oakland to moral ten people are dead in the collapse of a hotel in China that was being used as a corona virus quarantine as of this morning about forty people have been pulled from the rubble about thirty remain buried correspondent Steven Jiang is monitoring the situation from Beijing some local media reports have reported that this hotel building had experienced that structural problems since its opening back in twenty thirteen I was converted into this hotel space about three years ago and some local media reports citing insiders say if this set of construction company related to this project saying they were not surprised by this club the hotel in the city of Guangzhou collapse last night in a matter of seconds an unnamed federal officials says the White House overruled health officials who wanted to recommend the elderly and physically fragile Americans be advised not to fly on commercial airlines because of the corona virus the centers for disease control and prevention submitted the plan this week as a way of trying to control the virus but White House officials reportedly ordered the air travel recommendation be removed voters in six states make their choice for the democratic presidential nominee on what's being called super Tuesday to this weekend Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders are slugging.
"christopher cruz" Discussed on WJR 760
"I'm Christopher Cruz the search is over the manhunt for Italian Brazil ended Saturday when he was apprehended by Thor he's in Detroit according to the Michigan department of corrections Brazil was improperly released on bail buy Ohio authorities January the twenty first Brazil was sentenced to fifteen to forty years in prison in Wayne County in twenty ten for an armed robbery carjacking felony fire arms possession of weapons buy a felon and delivery or manufacture of a controlled substance the search for Brazil began Thursday when Ohio authorities informed the MDOC he had been released by mistake Brazil could face additional charges related to his time alluding police you still facing charges in Ohio Michigan State University officials apologized for a controversial display at a school gift shop the display features historical black figures hanging from a tree following the public outcry the school removed the display and sent a statement out to apologize but some students says it's not enough and M. as he spoke person says the display was inappropriate and that our volunteers and employees at the gift shop will be receiving training that focuses on the impact and understanding of intentional and unintentional racial biases the real ID act deadline is fast approaching and US senator Gary Peters is not convinced all Michigan Michigan there's a ready on January the twenty fourth Peters co authored a letter to the department of homeland security to raise concerns about travel interruptions that could arise if travelers feel to present a real ID act complaint identification after the October first deadline that according to a news release the real ID act will require all travelers over the age of eighteen to present real ID compliant identification to fly it's Super Bowl Sunday a day when the commercials are as big an attraction as the game itself we have a report from W. D. R. G. Fogel the game of course is this year's biggest draw on television it's estimated that ninety eight point two million viewers will tune in for tonight's game between Kansas city and San Francisco and this is the reason the sponsors are willing to spend big Bucks to be a part of the game the cost of a thirty second spot for this year's game five point six million dollars Jeanne Fogel W. J. R. news and what is the most Google to Super Bowl food in every state correspondent and Kate's reports according to a survey by online marketplace bid on equipment cocktail winners of the most Google to Super Bowl stack in eleven states including Connecticut Indiana Tennessee and Virginia dips such as seven layer a buffalo chicken we're the most Google food in twenty states Georgia and Alabama go from loaded potato skins for states and Washington DC opt for chicken wings for the big game and Iowa Irish stew is number one while higher residents prefer party pen wheels I'm in Kate's and sports it's Kansas city and San Francisco in tonight's Super Bowl the pistons are playing Denver at little Caesar's arena this afternoon and the red wings lose to the New York Rangers last night that final score winters one the red wings zero this is there eighth.
"christopher cruz" Discussed on WJR 760
"When Christopher Cruz thousands of people all across the world took part in the fourth annual women's March on Saturday cities like Los Angeles Washington DC and in New York City all hosted events and Lansing was no different the Lansing March was all about women's empowerment and for them to make it to the polls in twenty twenty Texas prosecutors dropped a sexual assault charge against a former trainer who worked alongside imprisoned exports Dr Larry Nasser at the famed Karoli gymnastics ranch sixty four year old Deborah van horn was charged in Walker county Texas in June of twenty eighteen with a count of second degree sexual assault of a child making her the first person other than answer to be charged in connection with his assault prosecutors said van horn who had worked at USA gymnastics for thirty years was charged for acting as a party with Nasser Walker county district attorney will drum said there was insufficient evidence to take van horn to trial do you want to quit your job earn unlimited income and change your life well who doesn't but the Federal Trade Commission says a company that promised its customers they could do all of that was running a scam Washington correspondent Christopher Cruz reports the FTC has been warning for years about pyramid schemes that masquerade as legitimate multi level marketing businesses the schemes promise you'll earn life changing income but instead just take your money now the FTC is charged the company name success by health with operating a pyramid scheme it says the company told consumers they can replace their job income in six months and gain financial freedom in eighteen months by selling its coffee tea and dietary supplements and recruiting other people to do the same the agency says success by health has built consumers who joined it sales network as affiliates out of more than seven million dollars Christopher Cruz Washington I need study found a surge in E. scooter accidents let hits a let's hit the road with the media is Dana Clark electric scooters are sending an alarming number of Americans to emergency rooms nationwide reports say most are young adults in fact a new study found that the accident rate almost tripled between twenty fourteen and twenty eighteen hospital admission sky rocketed by three hundred sixty five percent with nearly forty thousand reported injuries about one third of these involve traumas to the head now besides wearing a helmet there are some other tips right responsibly the scooters may be fine and quick but you should avoid excessive speeds please don't ride if you've been drinking standard scooters are for solo writers and adding another person can make the school harder to handle and keep your eyes off your phone Dana Clark W. J. R. news and sports and hockey the red wings lose to the Panthers that final score four to one in basketball the pistons at Atlanta last night Detroit one thirty six Atlanta won all three and today's National Football League conference championships Tennessee plays at Kansas city and Green Bay is in San Francisco the two winners will meets and the Super Bowl on February the second checking traffic.
"christopher cruz" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"January screening passengers from China I'm Christopher Cruz tough weather in two thirds of the country today affecting a hundred eighteen million people National Weather Service meteorologist Frank Perera says more than half a foot of snow has already fallen in the Midwest the report on the order of three to five inches of snow across portions of Illinois and then increases your cargo metro area we've seen some every tolls for the to the north across portions of Minnesota National Weather Service forecaster Billboard off says this might be a good day to stay indoors had widespread totals of four seven inches across the the southern half of Minnesota was slightly lighter amounts across the northern house but overnight we've had persistent freezing drizzle which is resulted in just under a quarter inch of ice after the storm moves out bitter cold will move them the U. S. centers for disease control and prevention says it will immediately begin screening airline passengers from central China for a new virus that's making people sick people traveling from Wuhan China will have their temperature checked in we'll be asked about symptoms the newly identified virus emerging China last month and has been linked to two deaths says Beijing correspondent David Colbert at least three other cases have service outside of China one in Japan and to now confirmed in Thailand local health officials in Thailand tell CNN the discovery was made following heightened screens rather at airports World Health Organization is warning that the almost could spread and is a learning hospitals worldwide police are increasingly worried that a gathering of gun rights supporters planned for Monday in the capital of Virginia Richmond could turn violent Thursday three members of a white supremacist group planning to attend the gathering were arrested on federal gun charges and yesterday in Georgia three more men with links to the group were arrested and charged with conspiring to commit murder former Walmart CEO David glasses died from complications of pneumonia he was eighty four one Christopher Cruz do you sell stuff online then you're probably still recovering from that crazy holiday shopping season well there's a way to help you make twenty twenty less crazy and more successful it's called ship station chief station makes managing and shipping orders a breeze by allowing you to import orders for any sales channel no matter where you're selling ships they should bring all your orders into one simple interface they work with all major carriers including USPS FedEx and UPS allowing you to compare and choose the best shipping solution for you and your customer chip station offers discounts on shipping rates so you can access the same discount usually reserved for fortune five hundred companies there's a reason ship station is the number one choice of online sellers start this year right at ship station dot com use offer code radio to get a sixty day trial free that's two months free of no hassle stress free shipping visit ship station dot com click the microphone at the top of the page and type radio that ship station dot com offer code radio ship station make ship happen.
Top-Tier Malls Are Latest Victim of Retail Headwinds
"The Wall Street journal says alarm bells of started going off on Wall Street after the owners of some of the most highly trafficked at malls warned that their income growth was slowing correspondent Christopher Cruz reports many retail analysts have been saying until recently that the two hundred sixty or so top tier malls in the U. S. were protected from the store closings and bankruptcies that had been hurting lower tier malls in less affluent areas but the recent bankruptcies of big name retailers like forever twenty one are starting to have an effect on the prime malls the average occupancy of these malls is more than ninety percent but even when the malls are full their owners are making less money because they've had to lower rents to keep the stores there this year the price of shares of two of the biggest mall owners have dropped by about a third the mall owners are fighting back offering new entertainment options and new retail strategies and they're spending hundreds of millions of dollars to give older malls a
Are We Witnessing the Death of Trick-or-Treating?
"Door to door trick or treating continues its slow fade in this country correspondent Christopher Cruz reports children and their parents are abandoning the tradition in favor of alternative Halloween events actually owes reports people around the country you're seeing fewer and fewer trick or treaters every year families it seems are choosing to bring the kids just naturalized events rather than taking them around the homes in their neighborhood some homeowners are turning off their porch lights to discourage visitors and some who want to give out candy say they see fewer than a dozen kids in costume the news service reports parents today are less comfortable than their parents were letting their children walk around after dark knocking on strangers doors they'd rather have their kids in more controlled settings like school or community
"christopher cruz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Christopher Cruz. and I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters federal reserve chairman Jerome Powell sounded optimistic that the long economic expansion will continue but he also sounded a little cautious during his speech at a fed listens event in Washington yesterday while we believe our strategy tools have been and remain effective. the US economy like other advanced economies around the world is facing longer term challenges from low growth low inflation and low interest rates low can be good but when inflation and consequently interest rates are too low the fed and other central banks have less room to cut rates to support the economy during downturns the federal reserve has cut interest rates twice this year traders in fed funds futures are betting that the central bank will cut rates again in its meeting late this month. Hey pal holdings bailed out of the leaper association the Facebook effort to develop a digital currency a Facebook spokeswoman declined to comment Bloomberg has learned several founding members of the libra project have been wavering because they're concerned about maintaining positive relationships with regulators who have reservations about libra. the trump administration dealt a fresh blow to the renewable energy industry on Friday the industry had counted on an exemption to terror of sun imported solar panels but as of later this month twenty five percent tariffs will take affect on bifacial solar panels those the ones that generate electricity on both sides. Facebook CEO and co founder mark Zuckerberg's philanthropic venture is staffing up its new investment office the chance soccer Berg initiative backed by billions of dollars worth of Facebook stock recently hired three professionals and is also looking for a couple of quotes superstar analysts that according to a linkedin job posting. global news twenty four hours a day on air added tictoc on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg. you're listening to.
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"christopher cruz" Discussed on WJR 760
"Christopher Cruz. ministration continues to move toward revoking California's emission standards and setting up a single national standard the V. D. ours Dick haven a reports that whatever happens will have a major impact on the auto industry the automakers favor a universal set of fuel economy and emission rules instead of letting states set their own that makes building vehicles much more difficult if other states follow California's example the industry would be in big trouble the EPA and the national highway traffic safety administration are expected to seek approval to finalize the first part of the rule dealing with California and other states before completing action on setting yearly fuel efficiency requirements in July for automakers reached a voluntary agreement with California California and other states have vowed to enforce stricter Obama emission standards under trump federal regulators water freeze emissions requirements for new cars and trucks at twenty twenty levels through the year twenty twenty six and then set slightly higher efficiency requirements but less than the forty six miles per gallon ruled currently in effect Decatur W. J. R. news I'm on well woman gets jail time for keeping her boyfriend's corpse in her apartment authorities say a fifty year old Angela shack has been sentenced to six months in jail for keeping the corpse of her sixty one year old boyfriend in their apartment in for using his credit card shock pleaded guilty to concealing a death in a legal use of a financial transaction device and apologize for her actions in court she said her boyfriend was her only means of support Monroe police were called in April by a relative of the man who said his family had heard from him in several weeks officers attempted to check on him and found his corpse at the apartment in Monroe police say he died of medical issues a few weeks earlier Elizabeth Crenshaw W. J. R. news this next story shows it's never too late and you're never too old a seventy three year old farmer from southern India is believed to be the oldest person. ever to give birth following an in vitro fertilization treatment the seventy three year old farmer gave birth to twin girls via C. section after nine months of bed rest the mother became pregnant through the once again read all of fertilization she and her eighty year old husband have been married since nineteen sixty two but were not able to conceive naturally a new study suggests not eating meat may affect brain health but it may also help your heart corresponded to Meredith would has details in today's health minute while vegetarian and vegan diets continue to gain popularity a new study from the medical journal BMJ suggests those who don't eat meat may be at higher risk of stroke than those who do the research conducted by tracking nearly fifty thousand people over a span of nearly two decades down the vegetarians and vegans had a twenty percent higher risk of stroke then mediators particularly erotic stroke when blood from an artery bleeds into the brain this translates to three more cases of stroke per one thousand people over a ten year period but the same study also shows cutting out meat is associated with a lower risk of coronary heart disease by twenty two percent it's unclear why the researchers found the higher stroke risk in vegetarians but those who conducted it suggests a very low cholesterol levels or very low levels of nutrients like B. twelve the report however did note the overall health of edgy tarian compared to meat eaters for today's health minute I'm Meredith would checking traffic.
"christopher cruz" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Return mine Christopher Cruz at least sixty three people have been killed in a suicide attack on a crowded wedding hall in the capital of Afghanistan the attack late last night in Kabul injured a hundred eighty two people the Islamic state terrorist groups affiliate in Afghanistan has now claimed responsibility for the attack off of one of them by the medical we were sitting in our home when the strong sound of the blast came up we came to the site of the blast and I saw that many women and children were screaming and crying many martyrs and injured people were transferred by the ambulances and was a really terrible situation leaders of the right wing groups would gather in Portland Oregon yesterday say they will come back to the city so long as left wing anti fascist groups remain active hundreds of far right and far left protesters swarmed the city's downtown area yesterday at least thirteen people were arrested may your kid Wheeler says police seized weapons and closed bridges and streets in a mostly successful effort to keep the rival groups of park police did an exemplary job of de escalating the situation keeping the extremists on both sides separated for the most part and preventing people who wanted to engage in acts of violence from confronting each other tens of thousands of pro democracy demonstrators have occupied a major road in central Hong Kong today the eleventh straight weekend of demonstrations California could set a new job record correspondent Jim reports the nation's most populous state has tied a job growth record set in the nineteen sixties state officials report one hundred thirteen straight months nine straight years of jobs growth averaging three times the need a number of jobs each month to keep up with the state's population growth the moon was just underscored by governor Gavin Newsom signing a budget that boasts a more than twenty one billion dollar reserve talks of an impending recession and a trade war with China however could threaten the state setting a new record president trump up in tweeting this morning.
"christopher cruz" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Christopher Cruz seventy seven W. A. B. C. traffic and transit the cross Bronx expressway has been a real mess all morning good morning from the W. A. B. C. traffic center I'm Steve Michaels heavy delays on the cross Bronx both the east and west from the Bronx river to the Alexander bridge the north and southbound Deegan very heavy at the cross fronts in the Harlem river drive jammed up from the one fifties to the cross Bronx with construction let's head over to the FDR drive there is a northbound accident just a little bit north of the Queensboro bridge that has won the brakes from about thirty fourth street and construction on the southbound side so we are heavy from about one hundred six street all the way down to the Queensboro bridge summer streets today it's the third and final week of the summer season so Lafayette street is closed off from the Brooklyn Bridge up to Park Avenue and then Park Avenue close right up to seventy second street heavy delays now in Brooklyn on the go oneness and the belt parkway for coming up to the eagle oneness expressway we are very slow with construction into sunset park right around a thirty ninth street and we also have delays on the beacon we've both directions between the L. I. E. and the Williamsburg bridge looks like we're just getting a little bit busy in New Jersey on the garden state parkway south found down through Monmouth County that affect delays from about home deals right around at the PNC down to route eighteen I'm Steve Michael's on talk radio seventy seven W. A. B. C. and now Jerry bar match with the weather here's your forecast from the Ramsey Moscow weather center for today you made with some.
"christopher cruz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On Christopher Cruz and I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters Argentina voters head to the polls today in a primary vote that will be the best gauge yet of president Mauricio Mochrie his chances of winning a second term in this year's election Mochrie is being challenged by Alberto Fernandez the main opposition candidate who has a former Argentina president Cristina Kircher as his running mate UK prime minister Boris Johnson said he plans to spend as much as three billion dollars building an extra ten thousand spaces in prisons to tackle overcrowding in jails and crack down on crime writing in the mail on Sunday Johnson said the measure would also let him deliver on his campaign pledge to enact tougher sentencing laws for serious sexual and violent offenders and for those who carry knives investment retail sales and credit data due this week are expected to confirm the on going slowdown in the Chinese economy Chinese policymakers are holding back from rolling out the big tools of monetary stimulus they're keeping options in reserve and this as the trade standoff with the U. S. risks growing into a global currency war last week the US label China as a currency manipulator after China allowed the you want to we can falling costs of materials used by America's manufactures may be starting to help diminish the impact of terrorists for some as the US China trade war rages on Bloomberg's Gregg Jarrett has more an examination of select transcripts from U. S. earnings calls in the most recent quarter reveals the cheaper materials are emerging as a silver lining for margins and operating costs says and use product makers remain under a dark cloud of sluggish global growth and turbulent trade policy is worldwide demand began to stumble over the last twelve months the price of steel plunge thirty four percent oil slump twenty one percent aluminum dropped fifteen percent and copper dove to a two year low global news twenty four hours a day on air and it took took on Twitter powered by more than twenty.
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"On Christopher Cruz Jeffrey empty in the multi millionaire financier accused of sexually abusing underage girls was found dead this morning he killed himself last night in a cell in the Manhattan correctional center where he'd been held without bail since his arrest early last month on sex trafficking charges Miami Herald reporter attacked our Miami Herald reporter Julie brown has reported on its dean for years hi you know that he had tried allegedly tried this before so you would have thought that they would have been paying attention to him and had you know people really watching him he should have been on suicide watch as it as it is so it's kind of surprising documents ordered released yesterday by a federal appeals court in New York show that I've seen repeatedly declined to answer questions about sex abuse when he was questioned during a deposition in September twenty sixteen again the ACU sex trafficker an abuser Jeffrey Epstein has killed himself in his cell I'm Christopher Cruz people in the US and Mexico are gathering for funerals today for some of the twenty two people killed a week ago in a mass shooting at a Walmart in el Paso Texas the youngest victim was fifteen the oldest ninety correspondent Clayton devil says police are confirming initial reports about the motive of the thirty one year old alleged shooter now charged with capital murder and el Paso detective says the alleged shooter confessed after surrendering not far from the store the suspect also claims he had been targeting Mexicans he drove from the Dallas area to Paso before the shooting a town with the Hispanic population higher than eighty percent most of those killed have Hispanic last name's eight of the dead were Mexican citizens funerals plan today for six of the nine people killed last weekend in a mass shooting in Dayton Ohio they'll take place at churches and funeral homes around the Dayton area as well as in West Virginia and Pennsylvania more funerals are scheduled.
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"South Korean officials say North Korea has fired what appears to be too short range ballistic missiles into the sea this morning on Twitter president trump said a letter sent to him by north Korean dictator Kim Jong owned contained a quote small apology from Kim protesting the short range missiles and promising the testing would end when joint exercises New Line Christopher Cruz
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"On Christopher Cruz the U. S. Supreme Court has ruled five to four but the trump administration can use military funds to build sections of a border wall with Mexico the court's five conservative justices form the majority White House correspondent Pamela brown says the president is very happy about the ruling and medially hailed it as a big win for him this is what he tweeted wow big victory on the wall the United States Supreme Court overturned a lower court injunction allow southern border wall to proceed big win for border security and the rule of law police say two nineteen year old American tourists have confessed to killing a police officer yesterday corresponded Barbie NATO in Rome this morning's two young men tried to buy cocaine when they found out the cooking they bought was actually powdered aspirin or crushed aspirin they got angry and tried just to get back to the pusher of stole the backpack somehow the police got involved a scuffle broke out in the boys are accused of killing this police officer thirty five year old man who had just returned from his honeymoon just back on the force stabbed him dead data scape than to their hotel room and police found in there with they say the knife bloody clothes and plans to go back to the United States and internal balcony collapsed in a night club in South Korea today correspondent Cameron gray says the club is next to the village where athletes competing in the world swimming championships are living to south Koreans were killed in among the seventeen injured or nine foreign athletes including four Americans Gwangju about a hundred sixty miles south of Seoul is hosted at twenty nineteen international swimming federation world championships which include swimming diving waterpolo for American athletes who were injured were celebrating the women's water polo World Cup victory at least for as many as eight people are dead after two earthquakes struck the northern Philippines hours apart this morning the quake measured five.
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"Christopher Cruz and I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters as we've been reporting Iran said today it's enriching uranium at a level that would breach the twenty fifteen nuclear deal this well saying it's still pursuing talks with European nations around had threatened to breach of Europe didn't meet a deadline today to allow it to keep selling its oil despite the curbs on that from the US the US withdrew from the nuclear deal last year and we imposed sanctions on the Iranian economy and its leaders we're looking to Germany today Frankfort specifically the home base for Deutsche Bank the bank is set to announce sweeping changes as it gets back to its roots as a transaction bank serving Germany's biggest companies CEO Christian setting is likely to cut almost a third of top leadership slash the overall head count and overhaul the balance sheet rumor has learned U. S. prosecutors have arrested fund manager Jeffrey Epstein and charged him with sex trafficking of minors obscene is expected to appear in Manhattan federal court tomorrow I've seen had previously pleaded guilty back in two thousand eight to two counts of soliciting a prostitute and served thirteen months in Florida state prison while avoiding prosecution for federal sex trafficking offenses the source says in the new case additional victims have come forward since obscene entered into his plea deal with Florida prosecutors he is alleged to have committed the crimes while in Manhattan pepsico reports earnings this Tuesday Bloomberg sport it done how has a preview pepsico may report a mid single digit drop in second quarter earnings per share Bloomberg intelligence noted the combined factors of and now our operating margin and greater net interest expense outweigh the benefits of low single digit sales growth near term operating profitability may be restricted.
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"FBI gets to work. I'm Christopher Cruz. Indonesia's national disaster agency says the death toll from a seven point five magnitude earthquake early yesterday morning and the resultant salami has now climbed to eight hundred thirty two correspondent will Ripley. In Hong Kong says that number is expected to rise sharply communication lines are cut off in the roads that were destroyed in the quake, which means that some of the hardest hit rural areas presumably there's nobody on the ground