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Texas Governor Proposes Freezing Taxes in Cities That ‘Defund’ Police
"Habit is introducing a measure to discourage defunding police in the state by penalizing cities that do Nevel tells more. The governor's proposal will be taken up by the state legislature next session and calls for the potential property tax freeze. To be permanent. They will never be able to increase property tax revenue again if they defund police. The governor says. Cities that reduce mall enforcement shouldn't be able to turn around and get money from residents who He says. We're endangered with the cuts. The proposal comes after the Austin Police Department cut $150 million from its police budget earlier this month. Clayton Neville
Report: 17 Miami Marlins Team Members Test Positive For COVID-19
"After 17 players and coaches in the organization recently tested positive for covert 19 corresponded. Clayton Neville has the late major league Baseball says All Marlon's games through Sunday have been postponed meeting the team can't play again until at least Monday of next week. The legal so postponing the Phillies and Yankees home and home series at a precaution. Marlins last game was against Philadelphia. League officials say they continue to bolster protocols and make any necessary adjustment Administration says it will reject new
Masks Are Now Required in Dallas County Restaurants
"With hospitalizations also up restaurants are working out the logistics of how to do business with Ellis county and other counties in high population areas that now require masks at appropriate social distancing W. B. A. P.'s Clayton Neville Williams night with the Texas restaurant association says new mask requirements need to be clear to customers we are directing all bars and restaurants that this is something that's expected they need to post on the outside so consumers know and we've already been updating the restaurant promises so they actually have been for all the counties that's required it's very clear the consumer before they come in the door local leaders in Texas can't legally mandate residents to wear masks but they can direct businesses to require them for employees and customers restaurants in the Lone Star state are currently allowed to operate at seventy five percent capacity
Joe Biden to Meet With George Floyd’s Family Ahead of Funeral
"Presumptive democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will travel to Houston ahead of funeral services for George Floyd whose death while in police custody has spawned worldwide protests Biden is not expected to attend services in person reports correspondent Clayton Neville former vice president Joe Biden expected to meet privately
Protests, vandalism reported outside CNN headquarters in Atlanta
"Protests continue nationwide over the in custody death of a black man George Floyd in Minneapolis at this hour protest again erupted outside the White House where officers are holding demonstrators at bay as people are pushing back and chanting correspondent Clayton Neville reports demonstrations in Atlanta turned violent outside CNN headquarters on March from centennial Olympic Park turned destructive when protesters started smashing windows and setting cars on fire Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms with a stern message for residents you are city you are displacing unlike George every other person who has been killed in this
U.S. airlines see glimmers of demand, a turning point in the pandemic
"Booking booking show show more more passengers passengers are are scheduling scheduling flights flights on on U. U. S. S. airlines airlines than than in in recent recent weeks weeks let's let's get get this this update update from correspondent Clayton Neville some US airlines beginning to see a slight uptick in demand amid the corona virus pandemic after months of empty airports in grounded planes Southwest Airlines says new bookings are outpacing cancellation so for this month but according to CEO Gary Kelly there's still a long way to go and while I'm confident that no other airline was better prepared for this impact of this crisis in southwest realistically we can't expect that things are going to be back to normal in six or even twelve months no timeline for the economy and turn the airline industry to bounce back we know it took years after nine eleven and this is far worse Kelly telling southwest employees this month that tough decisions are ahead no that we're taking every action possible to protect the southwest family and jobs but remember the imperative here is to ensure our company's survival without that there are no jobs United Airlines also reporting a moderate improvement in demand for June and delta seeing a small rise in demand these travelers say they believe more people will start to fly again as the summer and vacation time arrives and as restrictions across the country are loosened I think at this point people are able to make their decision on what they want to do if you want to stay home I think you should stay home if you want to go out going to go out we know the risks now we'll get back to work sooner than later all over the place it's gonna be a longer lasting negative effects despite the recent uptick in travelers industry leaders say air travel demand is still down more than ninety two percent compared to this month last year I'm plate number
FBI unlocks Pensacola shooter's iPhones, finds link to al-Qaida
"New information obtained from the cell phones of the royal Saudi Air Force trainee who killed three American sailors in a December shooting spree at a U. S. naval base in Florida is providing investigators with critical information about a possible motive correspondent Clayton Neville tells us the cellphone evidence links al Qaeda to the attack Michael Mohammed Saeed al Shirani was taking part in a training program designed to foster links with foreign allies at Naval Air Station Pensacola he was killed by law enforcement during the attack FBI director Christopher Wray said this week cell phone evidence was finally access by FBI agents it led to new developments in the case they successfully tackled the problem that required tenacity eternity and technical expertise earlier this year Attorney General William Barr accused apple of failing to help the F. B. I. access the phones apple denied those allegations but Bora dress the issue again this week if technology companies like apple are willing to oblige the demands of authoritarian regimes they certainly have no excuse for failing to cooperate with the rule of law nations that respect civil liberties and privacy rights and have judicial safeguards the AG went on to stress the importance of cooperation from tech companies when combating threats to our homeland we need American tech leaders to work with us not against us director ray said the information obtained on the shooter's phones was critical information it shows that al Shirani described a desire to learn about flying years ago around the same time he talked about attending the Saudi Air Force Academy in order to carry out what he called a special operation in February an audio recording said to be from al queda claimed responsibility for the attack the FBI now confirming the shooter's ties to the
When will Air travel return to normal
"Hour as we're learning how the airline industry is bracing for what could be its new normal correspondent Clayton Neville tells us the largest global airline organisation has released a report on when air travel could be more up to speed Michael air travel in the US a different ball game than just months ago as the coronavirus keeps Americans at home and on the ground a recent report by the international air transport association says we may not see pre coronavirus traffic in till twenty twenty three consumer confidence in the state of the economy the two biggest factors all it's going to take who knows it could take two years you can private aviation expert Danny Kelly says America is in the midst of the pandemic predictions to bury and there are people out there right now today to tell you that they don't think the traffic will never get back to where it was requires so how long will it take Kelly says the answer is dependent on a lot of factors all our clients because of the barge and maybe over a certain area and you know why it's much easier the card is doing fine driving the car no more content chamber program home the letter back or how about the amount of available planes with all the cancellations happening now how long it is going to take the four thirty one of your planes after the traffic thank you to be that could be yours right there Kelly says some things take longer than the general public as soon sprinters they're going to put it on the ground what you're doing now and then at some point bringing back including here thousand man hours airplanes the I. A. T. A.'s report shows domestic travel in places like the US and China will return first with international travel a year or two after that Michael thank you correspondent Clayton Neville checking in from out major airline hub of
Dallas - Some businesses defy Texas rules on virus-related closings
"New York Texas will reopen partially for business tomorrow but correspondent Clayton Neville says some of the store owners who've been told to keep their door shot are questioning the governor's logic shopping malls museums and restaurants can open tomorrow in Texas at twenty five percent occupancy but nail salons and barber shops aren't allowed to governor Greg Abbott says that won't come until at least mid may as the state reopens in phases a Dallas salon though is open violating state and local orders Shelley Luther own salon alla moda which opened last Friday and is still open hair cut lines are steady and donations are pouring in but Luther's calling on other businesses even those who legally can't to open their doors to your business I appreciate you spending money but just open your please that's how you help me they can't put us all in jail she says opening some but not all businesses isn't right you cannot shoot this person can open but not you but let me let me see you know you can not do that we all open or they all stay closed this man calls it unconstitutional constitution was set to put a fence around the government not for the government to put a fence around the people and this small business owner says the restrictions are destroying his livelihood you hear the government say we're in it together Greg Abbott says that the president says it well the funny thing is is they still get a paycheck I don't I have worked twenty years hard to bring this to where it should be mass of my business and now I'm losing my business because they're afraid let's open it up a hundred percent in the case of Shelly Luther the city of Dallas has two restraining orders against her salon requiring it to close but she hasn't now a judge will decide what happens
Protesters in downtown Dallas say they don’t want to be told to stay at home
"Frustration is growing in Texas as the economy continues to be hit hard by the impacts of coronavirus correspondent Clayton Neville reports dozens of protesters gathered outside of the Dallas County commissioners court meeting demanding business re open I have family that they have a small businesses and they're about to close they did not get the SBA loans and it's breaking my heart they have kids I'll believe in freedom I believe in liberty and this is not freedom and liberty their message that the public can make its own decisions regarding staying at home or not where are we at we're in downtown Dallas in the heart of the biggest blue county in this area and all they are is a bunch of tyrants we believe that we can protect the vulnerable interest the healthy the protesters fed up with continued restrictions this is against our civil liberties as this is against the constitution if you think that this is the new normal you're wrong despite push back the commissioners voted to extend the county stay at home order until may fifteenth hours later the state's governor Greg Abbott was asked if the state mandate outweighs the Celtics to the extent of my executive order has statewide application it would overrule any local jurisdiction a determination about their executive order the state's version of a stay at home water runs through the end of the month but Abbott is slowly unveiling a plan to get back to business Dallas County judge clay Jenkins conceded that the county extension wouldn't interfere with the governor's business strategists saver home does not conflict with the loosening of restrictions on businesses which are are being done by the governor that leaving many wondering why the county would extend their order in the first thanks other protests planned for later this week across the
Dallas - Man Arrested For Coughing Into Grapevine Officer’s Face, Said He Had Coronavirus
"Till authorities across the U. S. are sending the message that intentionally spreading the corona virus or even threatening to do so won't be taken lightly correspondent Clayton Neville says what began in their minds as a joke landed several people behind bars police in Tennessee arrested a man after he allegedly intentionally carved on people in a Walmart while yelling he had go V. nineteen he was charged with violating the terrorism hoax act and in North Texas two arrests were made just days apart on a man and woman who separately threatened to spread the virus police in Carrollton outside Dallas say eighteen year old Lorraine I'm already Argo is charged with terroristic threat that's a third degree felony after posting a series of videos on Snapchat claiming she had the virus and would give it to the general public the girl later said the video was an April fools joke but that didn't matter to police meanwhile miles away in the Dallas suburb of grapevine twenty seven year old Jonathan disputants was arrested for allegedly copying into an officer's face and claiming he had coronavirus he's now charged with harassment of a public servant a third degree felony as far as we know he did not have the virus and he says to the officer right after it happened he was laughing and he said that it was a joke he had no symptoms medics did have to check them out and he had no fever no other signs of anything so he was taken to jail and our office to revoke a medically cleared Amanda McNew with the grapevine police department says those kind of threats aren't tolerated and we want to make it clear to everyone this is not something that's funny or a joke and it is something that we will prosecute I still mourning today from law enforcement joking or not threatening to spread the potentially deadly illness can land you in
Death toll in US from coronavirus reaches 3,179
"Passengers from a cruise ship stranded at sea that has at least four dead on board as well as people who've tested positive for the virus are now pleading with officials in Florida to let them disembark but correspondent Clayton Neville reports the governor says his state healthcare resources are already stretched too thin the twelve hundred passengers on board the ship of been confined to their rooms for more than a week as the cruise line looks for a place for the ship to dock given around the Santa says it's too risky to potentially expose Floridians to the passengers we've talked to the Coast Guard the Coast Guard I don't think wants him to come in I socked talked to the White House about it and we don't want to comment the governor proposes the cruise line a range sending medical staff on board the ship opposed to
Chicago - 51 More Cook County Jail Inmates Test Positive for Coronavirus, Total at 89
"Till concerns over corona virus continue to infiltrate American jails but correspondent Clayton Neville says many authorities maintain criminals will not be released early because of the virus jails and prisons across the U. S. reporting an increasing number of conform to cool the nineteen cases studies show that more than two hundred and twenty inmates in over one hundred and thirty jail staff in the country's twenty largest jails have contracted the virus one of the hot spots the cook county jail in Chicago were eighty nine inmates have tested positive with nearly one hundred test still pending cook county sheriff Tom dart says his staff and working to limit the effects of the virus but it's a complicated process we ended visitation
Detroit Car Makers to Temporarily Close U.S. Plants Over Coronavirus
"The virus lamb in the auto industry as well carmakers in Detroit are reportedly shutting down all assembly plants temporarily correspondent Clayton Neville Ford and General Motors closing up shop for now fiat Chrysler reportedly doing the same Ford said its plants will shut down after Thursday evening shifts through March thirtieth well G. M. said it'll begin a quote systematic orderly suspension of production for at least the end of the month operations will be evaluated weekly after that under fifty thousand auto workers could be impacted GM says it's working with the U. A. W. to make sure all employees will be
March Madness Will Go On, but in a Worst Case, Without Mad Fans
"Sports leagues in the United States of course like everybody they are closely monitoring the spread of the corona virus and they're developing emergency plans correspondent Clayton Neville says that some leagues are now considering playing games without having any fans on hand to watch Michael the NBA plans to limit access to locker rooms the only players in a central team personnel no media and teams are reportedly being asked to create a six to eight foot distance between players and reporters during interviews the NHL Major League Baseball and MLS with similar policies this band a little concerned about all the precautions it's kind of crazy especially with the sports teams you know plane there's someone to play their games now without fans which is that's it's not sports but it also sucks at the same time he's right the NBA is considering games without bands present and the N. C. A. A. says its annual postseason March madness basketball tournaments are still on as scheduled but with no spectator games as a worst case scenario division three NCAA basketball tournament games were held in an empty arena over the weekend the sports fan hoping teams don't make any rash decisions I think we just take our own precautions and keep ourselves self quarantine if we need to if we start feeling ill wash your hands just as their prices were supposed to do I mean I I don't give into the fear thing so I think that everybody just aims common does what they're supposed to do I think we'll be all right but this man says it's better safe than sorry it could be a little bit overblown I mean we're taking a serious just because none of us want to be sick we all want to work to be able to support our families the twenty twenty BNP Paribas open tennis tournament in Indian Wells California was called up this week after a case of corona virus was confirmed in riverside county riverside health officer Dr Cameron Kaiser says many factors go into a decision like that it's possible for life to still go on under a public health emergency declaration and some of them is that a lower risk may still be able to take laced with appropriate precautions for attendees and the venue overseas Thursday's torch lighting ceremony for this summer's Tokyo Olympics will be the first in more than thirty five years to be held without
Coronavirus: NCAA faces pressure to hold March Madness without the audience
"Sports leagues in the U. S. are closely monitoring the spread of the corona virus and developing emergency plans correspondent Clayton Neville says some leagues are considering playing games without fans on hand to watch the Italian Olympic committee which oversees all sports in the country has suspended sporting events until at least April third it's Italy deals with a major outbreak the twenty twenty BNP Paribas open tennis tournament in Indian Wells California was called off this week after a case of corona virus was confirmed in riverside county riverside health officer Dr Cameron Kaiser says many factors go into a decision like that it's possible for life to still go on under a public health emergency declaration and some of the events that are lower risk may still be able to take place with appropriate precautions for attendees and the venue some however may not we'll be looking at this is a case by case basis the NBA plans to limit access to locker rooms the only players in a central team personnel no media and teams are reportedly being asked to create a six to eight foot distance between players and reporters during interviews the NHL Major League Baseball and MLS with similar policies this band a little concerned about all the precautions it's kind of crazy especially with the sports teams you know plane there's someone to play their games now without hands which is that's it's not sports but it also sucks at the same time he's right the NBA is considering games without bands present and the N. C. A. A. says its annual postseason March madness basketball tournaments are still on as scheduled but with no spectator games as a worst case scenario division three NCAA basketball tournament games were held in an empty arena over the weekend the sports fan hoping teams don't make any rash decisions I think we just take our own precautions and keep ourselves self quarantine if we need to if we start feeling ill wash your hands do stuff there by says we're supposed to do I mean I I don't get into the fear banks I think that everybody just aims common does what they're supposed to do I think we'll be all right but this man says it's better safe than sorry it could be a little bit overblown I mean we're taking a serious just because none of us want to be sick we all want to work to be able to support our families back overseas Thursday's torch lighting ceremony for this summer's Tokyo Olympics will be the first in more than thirty five years to be held without
Police investigate motive behind Dallas courthouse shooting
"The FBI says the man who was killed in a shootout at a federal courthouse in Dallas was an army veteran who was carrying more than five thirty round magazines and a high powered rifle correspondent Clayton Neville, says no one else was injured or killed in the shooting and Thorndike's are still investigating a motive, the shooting was partially captured on video of tog refer from the Dallas Morning News was outside the federal courthouse in downtown Dallas. When shots rang out. Video taken by the photographer shows federal police treating the shooter twenty two year old Brian Isaac, CLYDE after he was shot Herman Turner was across the street from the courthouse when he sold the shooter coming from across the street would assault rifle. I just came out of the federal, building, Orion, this corner. But Tom, I come in Griffin Shree. That's what he bought have win streak. Just unload on assault rifle Turner says a lot of people were on the streets unaware at first of what was happening beta even recognized the gun shop, they pilot thought it was a, you know, saying just a call rich. They just thought it was a call rate, US attorney Aaron, nearly cock says inside the courthouse, where numerous responding agencies are housed and federal court was underway. People took shelter better off within the federal courthouse. Responding US marshals live better service with helping out so he kept up everybody already in the building state. In the building until we knew that the breadth of neutralized, and that the parking lot across the street was safe FBI special agent, Matt to soar, no says no one else was hurt in the shooting, and investigators are now working to find a motive, we have more than two hundred FBI agents and partners aggressively pursuing every lead in this investigation. The army says, CLYDE served as an infantryman from August twenty fifteen to February twenty seventeen and achieved the rank of private first class, a video posted by CLYDE earlier this month. The social media shows him in candlelight holding an assault rifle, and whispering to the camera. I have. Storms many questions, left unanswered, but with only the gunman dead federal police who shot and killed declined being credited with saving many lives.
Dallas, Dallas Morning News And Herman Turner discussed on First Light
"Here at home fast action by federal police stopped an active shooter from getting into Dallas courthouse yesterday, Clayton Neville, tells us, we don't yet know what the gunman's motive was Michael the shooting was partially captured on video a photographer from the Dallas Morning News was outside the federal courthouse in downtown Dallas. When shots rang out. Video taken by the photographer shows federal police treating the shooter twenty two year old Brian Isaac, CLYDE after he was shot Herman Turner was across the street from the courthouse. When he sold the shooter guy coming from
"clayton neville" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Friday, I'm Clayton Neville, millions more Instagram users were affected by a password security, lapse than was I acknowledged Facebook said last month it had inadvertently stored Instagram passwords in a way that made them accessible to employees searches. It said the passwords were stored where outsiders couldn't get to them. But in a blog post the social media giant now estimates millions of Instagram passwords were actually involved on top of the previously knowledged hundreds of millions of Facebook light passwords and those belonging to millions of Facebook users. Facebook says it will inform users. If their passwords were exposed. I'm Jan Johnson. The governor of North Carolina has blocked a controversial abortion measure democratic governor. Roy Cooper has vetoed. So called. A born alive. Legislation. Pushed by Republicans and social conservatives under the Bill doctors could face prison time and huge fines if they fail to perform life saving measures on a baby born after a botched abortion. In a written statement, the governor said current laws already protect newborns and the Bill is quote and unnecessary interference between doctors and their patients. Jeff, Chris CBS news, Greensboro, North Carolina nine twenty five. It's money. News on KYW. Here's Bloomberg's Jeff Bellinger stocks rose in preholiday trading. The Dow Jones industrials closed up one hundred ten points for tenths percent. The NASDAQ added two points the S and P five hundred gained five the year. Second biggest initial public offering hit the market, and it did not disappoint. Shares of Pinterest rose twenty eight percent the market value of the digital scrapbooking company is close to thirteen billion dollars. The March jumping retail sales was the biggest monthly gain in a year and a half. The Commerce Department says overall sales. Rose one point six percent last month exceeding all forecast. The numbers got a boost from sales of vehicles gasoline Guber introduced a new safety feature. The ride hailing company will send a push notification after a customer books ride with a reminder to check the driver who shows up and the vehicle the notification will include the driver's name and photo the plate number of the vehicle and the make and model with money news from Bloomberg on KYW. I'm Jeff Bellinger, the counsel Robert Mueller's report was released to the public this morning and while Muller's team found no collusion with Russia. Democrats are calling for the release of the full unredacted report. That's ahead in three minutes..
"clayton neville" Discussed on KGO 810
"Virginia turmoil border wire showdown. I'm Barton, Eckerd Virginia's Lieutenant governor, Justin. Fairfax is denying a second ellegation of sexual assault. Correspondent Ryan nobles reports. A second woman has accused him of rape alleges that back in two thousand when both she and Justin Fairfax were students at Duke University. Are they just in Fairfax raped her? And she says in a separate statement that she believes it Fairfax specifically targeted her because she was a prior rape victim. And that she wouldn't go to the authorities. Tell anyone about it because she hadn't done it. The first time that she had been raped the mayor of a small Arizona border town threatening to sue the federal government. If miles are razor wire installed by US troops is not taken down corresponding Clayton Neville says the mayor is demanding the wire come down immediately. Most of the disrupted services were restored within twenty four hours. But both the banks employee's edits customers were still having trouble getting information on direct deposits early in the day trouble with online and mobile banking services as well as ATM's began when the Bank said smoke was reported at one of its data centers customer complaints were everywhere on social media. Even after the banks said, the data center issue had been resolved. I'm Jan Johnson. The National Enquirer is alleged attempts to blackmail, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos could get the tabloids parent company in trouble as well as top editors deep legal trouble among other things that could find themselves reopened to possible prosecution for paying hush money to a playboy model who claimed to have had an affair with Donald Trump. Federal prosecutors looking into the matter on Wall Street a up week in a mixed day on Friday, the close things up lost sixty three. Twenty s and p gained point the NASDAQ checked in on Friday with a gain of nine I'm Barton Eckerd..
"clayton neville" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"The Super Bowl in Atlanta, one of the many storylines in today's Super Bowl will focus on the two head coaches. Many people are intrigued by an NFL legend coaching against a man who many believe has a bright future ahead of him. Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay will be on the sidelines for his first Super Bowl as a head coach across the field. Bill Belichick coaching his ninth. Westwood One radio play by play voice. Kevin Harlan is calling the game and says Bellichik has praised McVeigh which is something special when its own right? Rarely does he show any kind of outward appraisal or appreciation for another coach with this one has. And I think that that makes this this very unique compliments aside both coaches with one task ahead of them. Bring a championship to their respective city at the Super Bowl. Clayton Neville, Atlanta. Than thirty women participated in a sheet hen win boot camp, Saturday, KYW's Hadas Kuznits reports. It was a seminar about everything women need to know to run for off the goal of. She can win is to help women run successful campaigns for public office. Unfortunately, Gary still a long way to go to parody especially in here in the Commonwealth. But we did have a wave of women running. And hopefully, we'll have the next wave of women running that jasmine Sessoms who founded the she can win boot camps back in two thousand fourteen. Well, I moved back home to Philadelphia from Baltimore after I graduated from school, and I was kinda working in politics dividend, and I didn't see a lot of women that looked like me representing me chicks plans. The campaign bootcamp covers a variety of election topics such as communications branding field operations and union relations, also fundraising it is probably one of the most important things that is the fuel and the gas in the car, she says a lot has changed in the five years since she started the program, but there's still a long way to go. And now, I think more people are starting to catch up and say, you know, what we want a, fair and balanced government. Adopt Kuznetsov KYW. Newsradio. Maryland state police say they're investigating a crash that killed five children who were jetted from the vehicle. Maryland state police say the single vehicle crash happened before five Saturday morning on route three a one in Prince George's county, just outside of Washington DC. The troopers say the dead children ranged the age from five to fifteen to adults were also injured in the accident. The preliminary investigation shows the vehicle struck several trees and then spun the snow covered field. I'm Bill Michaels. At three thirty eight is sports sports report is sponsored by septa don't just have sex except the key flash it for money. Saving perks lorrimore..
"clayton neville" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Deborah rodriguez. CBS news. It's Super Bowl Sunday fans from New England and L A have made the trip to Georgia and plenty of them coming from other places across the country like this Rams, die hard. Who says it runs in the family? Father is a Rams fan. I was a ramps fan, except of course, for his brother use a quarterback when he was younger. So he opt on the bandwagon for the patriots say. Unloyal patriots. Both brothers will be signed by side. It's Amoros game each hoping for a different results but enjoying their weekend in Atlanta at the Super Bowl. Clayton Neville, Atlanta. Remember Forrest Gump, remember the famous line. He's sitting there on that park van. She's talking to a lady waiting on a bus there. And he says life cycle. You never know what you're going to get. Well, that's saying is making a comeback. But for all the wrong reasons, ever opened a bag of chocolates and realize there's more packaging than product gear deli and Russell Stover have to pay up to the tune of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars after prosecutors in California accused the companies of selling products in oversized containers that misled people who thought they were getting more chocolate than they did. Prosecutors also say Ghirardelli offered one chocolate product containing less. Cocoa than advertised the chocolate manufacturers did not admit to wrongdoing, but have agreed to change their packaging. Gary delis signature ten bags will now need a window. So you can see just what you're getting Matt piper CBS news..
"clayton neville" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Photo confirmed super tight security. I'm Barbara Kusak. Virginia's democratic governor Ralph northern confirmed and apologize this evening saying he appeared in an offensive photo from his nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook that he now called clearly racist and offensive the photos obtained by the Virginia pilot were in the eastern Virginia medical school library. They show northern who was a pediatric neurologist within a cluster of four photos. One photo shows a Minnesotan tie and one shows a man and a K K K rope standing beside another dressed in black face, the photos came to light just days after north of may comments about late term abortion. Bill in Virginia that upset some conservatives. Linda Kenyon, Washington the private sector made up for any government shutdown effects in the January jobs report. More from correspondent Bob Costantini at the White House. The president elated with the job. Number three hundred four thousand new ones created in January much much higher than expected despite the government shutdown perhaps because of it on employment Rosa tick to four point zero percent. Reporting numbers earnings have been great. And I think we are headed in a very very powerful directions. Security tight ahead of Super Bowl fifty three in Atlanta on Sunday. Whether it's Atlanta police on horseback. Security at the entrance of Super Bowl events or federal agents with weapons strapped to their chest. It's visible security is tight these fans. Say they felt secure the moment they got downtown, sir. Yes. Are very secure matter of fact, I saw some helicopters fine up your early. So yes occurred is at the Super Bowl. Clayton Neville, Atlanta. Senator Cory Booker who gained national prominence in the fight over supreme court Justice. Brad Kavanagh announced today that he would seek the democratic party's nomination for the twenty twenty presidential election. The forty nine year old became the latest democrat and the fourth US Senator to announce a presidential bid to unseat President Trump. I'm Barbara Kusak..
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"Crash. I'm Martin after thirty five days. A deal is reached that reopens the federal government for the next three weeks without border wall funding, but there's still some work to do. Correspondent Linda Kenyon house speaker Nancy Pelosi had mixed feelings about the whole thing. I'm sad. It has taken this long. I'm glad that we've come to a conclusion today as to how we go forward in the next in the next three weeks. And if there isn't an agreement he likes in the next three weeks. Trump says there could be another partial government shutdown and he says he'll invoke his executive powers to declare national emergency. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer doesn't think that will happen. I'm very optimistic that the conference committee can come to a good conclusion, and we can avoid another shutdown video also gives federal workers their back pay as the president says as soon as possible. Linda Kenyon, Washington and east Texas school district says one student was killed another seriously hurt when a Union Pacific train in the school bus. Glutted? The bus driver was heard as well. Corresponding Clayton Neville, the crash. Bending all town of Athens, seventy miles east of Dallas to students and the driver were on board a nine year old girl in the bus driver were hurt and taken to the hospital a thirteen year old in middle school boy found dead. The athens. Police department says the train crossing didn't have crossing arms or lights only signs the community held a vigil just hours after the wreck correspondent Sarah Murray reports that longtime associate Trump associate Roger stone has been indicted. It's unclear who delivered those instructions and which officials stone was in touch with about WikiLeaks. At least one of them was Steve Bannon, the former White House chief strategist and chief executive of the Trump campaign, but stone was not charged with conspiracy. He faces one count of obstruction. I'm Barton Necker..
"clayton neville" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Clayton Neville, the campaign raised twenty million dollars. I'm Christopher cruise. And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters, the S and P five hundred index just posted a third consecutive week of gains. That's the longest streak since August and the best performance since early two thousand sixteen vaguely upbeat. Macro news and perceptions of adultish tilt by the fed are certainly a large part of that. Another reason has been the dramatic repricing of assets during the sell off which helped to lure investors back to securities the S and P five hundred rose two and a half percent this week. The Dow up two point four percent. The NASDAQ up three and a half percent for the week. A source tells Bloomberg J P Morgan Chase plans to increase annual bonuses at its corporate and investment Bank as a growing number of Wall Street firms. Share proceeds from a busy year more from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett. The source says average percentage increases will be in the mid single digits with equities traders and investment bankers probably getting more than that compensation consultant Johnson. Associates had predicted in November. That Wall Street equities. Traders will reap the biggest bonus increases as their counterparts on fixed. Income desks, potentially get less. Charlie pellett. Bloomberg radio. Bloomberg has learned Elon Musk space exploration technologies. Spacex plans to cut about ten percent of its workforce. The company cited the need to be leaner to keep delivering for customers and develop spacecraft and space based internet, Bloomberg has learned to BNP parabas, the biggest French Bank is shutting its two point nine billion dollar proprietary trading arm. One of the sources said the opera trading capital division of the lender struggle to make a profit last year bien para based in Paris is said to have told employees and has begun informing prime brokers and counterparties about the plans to close opera. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and it ticked up 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..
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"Clayton Neville, ten before the hour. The US State Department says Americans travelling to China should exercise increased caution. Correspondent Evan Haning. Reports that the warning comes a month after a top Chinese executive was arrested in Canada at the request of the US. The State Department hasn't increased the risk level. But Thursday's updated advisory warns a China has asserted broad authority to prohibit U S citizens from leaving that country by using exit bands. Sometimes keeping Americans in China for years state says US citizens under exit Dan's have been harassed and threatened and most don't find out about the band's until they attempt to leave China. I'm Evan Haning. Now. Here's Robert workman sports. Good morning. Robert good morning. Christopher game by the bay last night for the rockets and the warriors Houston coming out on top one thirty five one thirty four in overtime. Golden State was hot at home to start. The thing. Led by a dozen after the first quarter and by seventeen at the half Houston whittled away after intermission. But was still down six with less than a minute. A half to go in regulation, Flint cappella, converted a three point play. Then James harden step back for a thirty foot three pointer to force OT pardon. Then made three trays in overtime. The last over two defenders with under three seconds to play because that's what an MVP does the beard finished with forty four points, ten rebounds and fifteen assists. Capella had twenty nine points at twenty one over on the other side of the ball. Steph curry thirty five for the warriors. Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson. Each added twenty six and we've got a half a season to go before we get to the playoffs. But it felt like the playoffs last night Spurs rattle. The raptors one twenty five one zero seven D'amoto Rosen had his first career triple double twenty one points, fourteen rebounds, eleven assists. And he did it against his old team guy. He was traded for last summer, quite Leonard also scored twenty one with a steady torn of booze raining down on him from the San Antonio crowd. They hold a grudge nuggets dunk the kings one seventeen thousand thirteen Jamal Murray had thirty six seventeen of those in the fourth quarter Denver's won four in a row, and they have the best record in the west while the rockets warriors were going at it in the NHL on Thursday lightning blitz. The kings six to for their seventh straight win. They've got the best record in the league by a mile. Tampa Bay has sixty six points Calgary and Toronto each next with fifty four. And they both lost last night. Bruins smother. The flame six four wild shade of the Maple Leafs four three elsewhere, the sabers Perry. The Panthers four three the hurricanes blue by the flyers five three islanders trip. The Blackhawks excuse me, three two in overtime. Canadian shut out the connects to nothing Gary price at thirty three six and the blues beat the capitals five although Alex I did get his thirtieth goal. Of course. It's not like he's done never done that before. In fact, the great eight has scored at least thirty goals in each of his fourteen NHL seasons. Here's the list of all the NHL players who have done that. Mike gartner? Here's thirty in each of his first fifteen seasons in college basketball, number two, Michigan improved to fourteen or no. Excuse me by mashing Penn? State sixty eight fifty five number eighteen NC state and number twenty one Indiana were winners, but twenty second ranked Wisconsin and number twenty five Iowa both were upset in the top twenty five and also in the big ten upset at the top of the women's rankings. Number one, Connecticut lost at Baylor sixty eight Fifty-seven huskies first regular-season loss since November fourteenth 2014 that one must Stanford overtime a one hundred twenty six game winning streak coming to a close. And it was their first regular season loss in regulation time since February eighteenth of two thousand thirteen when they lost to also Baylor. So plan now to get your tickets when the huskies and bears me in two thousand twenty five NFL we've got the playoffs coming up this weekend colts and Texans. Seahawks and Cowboys on Saturday chargers. Ravens an eagles bears on Sunday. Fifteen modern era finalists for the pro football hall of fame announced last night. Three first timers on the ballot champ Bailey. The longtime cornerback for the Redskins and Branca's ravens safety Ed Reed and chiefs and falcons tight end. Tony gonzalez. They'll have the vote the night before the Super Bowl and no more than five of. The fifteen finalists will make it into canton next summer. That's Friday sports..
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"Clayton Neville Borton. Eckerd? This Bloomberg sports update. Mike Conley score. Thirteen of Memphis says fourteen points in the second overtime session and finished with thirty seven points and ten rebounds on the grizzlies beat Brooklyn in double overtime, one thirty one to one twenty five rookie. Jaren Jackson junior had a career high thirty six four Memphis. Conley kept Memphis hopes alive and regulation when he blocked Spencer Dinwiddie s- potential winning basket. And then scored on a floater tired of one seventeen with nine seconds left in the first overtime Mark assaulted, fifteen points and fifteen rebounds to help the grizzlies snapped a three-game losing streak. Diangelo Russel had twenty six four the nets and tomorrow Carolina, twenty one points and twelve rebounds in the NHL. The devils lose their fourth row as they fall to the Washington Capitals six to three for Washington their seventh consecutive win. Necklace Backstrom with the hat trick for the capitals including a power play goal. The double gold scores. Travis Zajac Nico. And Marcus Johansson, the devils returned home for a game. With Winnipeg later this evening at seven in baseball news, the Mets and the Seattle. Mariners continue to negotiate a blockbuster trade that could bring Robinson canot and closer Edwin de as to flushing the Mets did not offer. A contractor Wilmer Flores allowing the infielder to become a free agent elements did offer a contract to catcher Travis d'arno hummus, most of two thousand eighteen due to an elbow ligament injury. Also, the Indians traded cadre ongoing to Washington for two prospects. Football news, the Kansas City. Chiefs have cut berating NFL rushing leader Kareem hunt hours after video surfaced of him knocking over and kicking the woman the jets are employing a bit of gamesmanship ahead of their week. Thirteen matchup with the Tennessee titans. Refusing to announce who will start at quarterback head coach Tom bolt said he knows will likely start. But he will not make the information public until Sunday bears cornerback Mitchell Trubisky listed as doubtful for the game against the giants on Sunday with. The Bloomberg sports update. I'm Tom Rogers. This is Bloomberg law, June Grosso. In.
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"That's Clayton Neville reporting again from the Ted Cruz headquarters in Houston and some other situations that we can discuss I think is as well tonight. We have let's see here. My my bad eyesight holding me back here. Yes. The Mississippi Senate race or I should say race is there are two of them this time around, but you have one Linda Kenyon to pass along to us. Well, it appears that the race is going to go to a runoff. This was the race to succeed. The late Senator Thad Cochran who what left his his seat early citing health reasons. Sending Senator Cindy Hyde. Smith was appointed Phil Cochran seat. She was challenged by democrat, Mike Espy. He's a former agriculture secretary neither one of them. One. The percentages need it in order to succeed in tonight. And so there will be a runoff election on November twenty seventh. So that means the Mississippi races undecided, and it is heading into overtime. Wow. We also would note a couple of other races. Steve chaggaris that I would I would take note of they're not over yet. But with eighty nine percent of the Georgia vote counted Republican Kemp still maintains an eight point lead over democrat Stacey Abrams and in Missouri. Three quarters of the vote. Counted there with the attorney general end the Republican Senate nominee, Josh Holly, re retaining a thirteen point lead over Claire mccaskill which was not projected to be at all. A runaway. But it has been most of the night granted Claire seems to be closing the gap a little bit. But with three quarters of the vote in it's hard to see how she pulls that out. Yeah. That was a toss up the whole the whole way through that was supposed to be a toss up. I wanna point out in the Georgia governor's race. Kemp is up eight, but the key number there is v. He's at fifty three point five percent. Now, Georgia has a rule where if you don't win with a fifty percent of the vote then it goes to a runoff on December fourth of camp can just keep his number above fifty percent and win at fifty percent. Then he is the outright winner. If if he wins with under fifty percent or if she wins with under fifty percent, we're talking about a runoff in in December December fourth and it starts over again because the turnout situation is going to be a lot different for a special election or a runoff in December than it would be safer amid term election on a normal election day village. It's not over till it's over and with about thirty seconds or so before we pause Lindo. You have some additional information for us. Yes. In Florida democratic mayor of Tallahassee Outtrim Gillam has officially conceded. The governor's race GOP congressman Ron Rhonda Santa's and projected democratic state Senator Laura Kelly will defeat Republicans secretary of state crisco batches governor of Kansas, we'll wrap on that note, but more to come so stay with us, Stephen Linda still here. And you're listening to live continuous coverage of election twenty special report, the midterm elections. Democrats are projected to take control of the house from the GOP in Washington. Correspondent Manu Raju reports Democrats on key committees are already planning on what they will do when they become the majority in the house Elijah Cummings the house oversight chairman.
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"Do he says the strength of the storm caught many people off guard when you're talking about a storm everybody feels like well, we retreat off the coast and we're in good shape. When you see what I saw fifty miles up from the coast. I mean, it I mean, it's really unbelievable. It really is this father and his children evacuated and say, it's not safe to go back trees power lines. No power. No water affects for Michael still unfolding and thousands of people yet to get the go-ahead to return home. Hopefully by Sunday, we can go back home. I'm Clayton Neville. A jury will get the case today of Jeffrey Ziegler a Rochester hills man, charged with attempted murder for firing gunshots in the direction of a fourteen year old who stopped Ziegler's house to ask for directions. Ziegler testified the gun went off by act. Accident. Sentencing is scheduled for today for a Fenton man, who pleaded no contest to the drunk driving deaths of five people in a traffic wreck. Matthew carrier faces up to life in prison a west Michigan. Couple is bound over for trial in the starvation death of their ten month old daughter. The father called his lawyer before calling nine one one when he discovered the baby dead the auction bidder who bid three million dollars, plus for Eastland mall must come forward and sign the papers today to make it official WPRO news time six thirty three here. Shawn baligian sports. Well, good morning. Good morning. Everybody the wings fall to the Toronto Maple leaf five three last night at Little Caesars arena. They fall two zero two and two on the season looking for their first win tomorrow afternoon Saturday matinee game in Beantown old school. Gotta love that. So be sure to check that out NFL action last night the Super Bowl champion eagles even their record at three in three with a thirty four to thirteen pounding of the giants in New York the National League championship series. Begins tonight. Milwaukee Brewers host the Los Angeles Dodgers in the American League championship series begins Saturday night with the defending world champions, traveling to Boston to face the Red Sox. I'm Shawn baligian. Seven sixty WJR sports, traffic and weather first on the fives.
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"Bread milk batteries. The storm essentials one longtime resident of this area, though, telling me he wakes up every day prepared for a storm because that's the risk that you run when you live in this part of the country while those store shelves are empty, and you're not seeing anybody going so far as boarding up their windows, yet people are waiting for a little more information before they go to those lengths states of North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia though, getting older farther ahead in their preparations. Is declaring states emergency. Again, that's part of the preparation making those declarations allows those states to organize their resources and allocate them to get ahead of this storm ten after Texas top law enforcement agency is investigating the shooting death of a black man in his apartment by a white off duty police officer correspondent Clayton Neville reports. The officer was charged with manslaughter bond was set at three hundred thousand dollars for thirty year old amber, Geiger, a four year officer on the force Geiger told responding officers late Thursday night that she was coming home after a long shift when she thought she was going inside her apartment, but it wasn't hers. It was twenty six-year-old Botham jeans apartment unit when Geiger saw jeans she allegedly shot him. He died later at a nearby hospital. Dallas police chief Rene hall said Friday, the department turned over the investigation in order for us to be truly transparent this community based on the circumstances. We have invited the Texas Rangers. To conduct this in this investigation. Dallas mayor Mike rolling says the case is complicated. This is a police officer that was off duty but still wearing the police uniform. So there's protocol in how we deal with police officers and there's proof. Those protocol and how we deal with citizens. And that's one of the issues that the chief is in the middle Rawlings is a shrink Dallas residents. There will be answered. We will find out exactly what Geiger shot a man last year after he tried to grab her taser he survived and she was ruled justified in that shooting. But now Geiger's facing manslaughter in a death. Attorney Benjamin Crump who represents the gene family says never should have happened. We're still dealing with.
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"To get hit hard by rain and wind. We're going to see a possibility of nine. Thousand five mile per hour wind gusts as the storm is making a landfall toward the end of the day or the early part of tonight. We're also going to see quite a bit of rain as the storm is moving northward. We're going to end up seeing some places getting several inches of rain just in the next twenty four hours, and as the storm is not going to be moving terribly quickly. Once it makes landfall we're going to be seeing that heavy rain persisting and as the storm pushes farther inland for tonight and slows down quite a bit. We're going to end up seeing even heavier rainfall across the rest of the country. The weather is relatively quiet that we could have severe storms in the nation's midsection. And that's the weather across America in Atlantic City, New jersey today, partly sunny with a high of ninety three mobile Alabama will have Gordon approaching with a high of eighty four. That's the nation's weather. I'm AccuWeather dot com. Meteorologist Heather zehr. The Nations High and low on Labor Day one twelve at death valley, California twenty. Seven at west Yellowstone, Montana. This is America in the morning sixteen after I'm John trout. In an attack aimed at attorney general Jeff Sessions. President Trump tweets that indictments against two Republican congressman places, the GOP midterm election jeopardy. But in Texas, the GOP is touting a sweeping Blue Wave come midterms. Clayton Neville has more oaks.
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"Welcome. Back this is America in the morning at thirteen before the our high school football, practices a ramping up across parts of the US and one state is implementing a new procedure to reduce the number of head injuries. Correspondent Clayton Neville says that high school football coaches in Texas are required to be certified to teach tackling Another season on the gridiron and this year many coaches are introducing a style of tackling aimed. At reducing concussions and staying away from hits to the head Joel Johnson is yeah director, of northwest ISD near Fort Worth the ones that have been doing it right it's not going to be much, of a change in the goal and the objective is to. Do everything you can, to take the head out of, the equation the university Interscholastic, league is the, governing body of high school football in Texas and says all coaches have to complete the training by. The end, of April many got it done in July Johnson says the new technique will come easier for some coaches than others if you've been coaching especially. In the. Last ten years that's always been the active but starting now there's some protocol in, place in the u I l has done a great job of being proactive Johnson says most coaches in Texas support the policy and. Are on board with changes at the pro and collegiate levels to the URL has been very proactive Active in this, and done a lot of, research and you, know what starting in the NFL they're doing everything they can in the NFL to take the head. Out of, play and I think we're just following suit in the NFL and following suit to the NC double a. and anything that makes the game safer The, coaches, in. The state of Texas are going to be on board with Texas is the first state in the, country to put. A mandatory tackling certification program in place. I'm Clayton Neville more from Robert workman sports, morning and the, dog as a summer baseball, pennant races, still red hot the Indian. Shut out the twins ten nothing. Trevor Bauer in the tower of power. With a three hitter Bauer struck out eleven over, six innings the bullpen retired all nine batters it faced in order and on the, other side of the ball the tribe club four. Home runs yonder. Alonzo Brandon Guyer Jason kipness, and Edwin Encarnacion his was a three run shot he drove in four runs in Cleveland now with the largest division lead in the majors ten games ahead of Minnesota in the AL central. Yankees whitewash the White. Sox seven nothing. To snap out of a five game funk Lance Lynn allowed just two hits in seven and a third innings in. His first Yankee start? Banning non AJ coal finished off the three hundred laboratories and Neil Walker each homered and drove in a. Pair for New York Rockies blanked the pirates do nothing Kyle free London the freeloaders combined to allow just two heads while Colorado didn't get Man on base through the first four days against you must grow then bunch three hits, together in the fifth and, scored twice Marlin shaded the cardinals, two, to. One Miami took a to nothing lead into the night but closer Kyle bear claw got himself into, a sticky situation. Allowing two hits and two walks I. Gave the cards one run hobby Garrick came, on to bail, him out though getting Yadier, Molina bounce, into a game ending double. Play starting Castro homered for the. Fish cubs stop the royals three two. One six strong innings Cole hamels he's now two, of your bias homered and doubled he's got sixteen hits in his last ten games, twelve of those wrecks races six home runs Astor's. Topped the giants. Three one Marlin Gonzales smacked, a three-run Jack in the top of the ninth inning just Houston's fourth hit of the night it was a big one San Francisco only manage four hits as well Roberto a sooner got. The win in his. Astros debut after. Coming over from the trade with Toronto and of course his suspension Elver to Arizona where the Diamondbacks outlasted the, Phillies. Three to two in fourteen innings. David Peralta with the walk off home run. It was his second long ball of the game mariner slip past the Rangers four three in. Twelve innings Ryan Healy singled in the go ahead run angels team the Tigers six to. Simmons and Eric young junior provided the fireworks LA, still without Mike trout he's missed the last five games now. With a sore right wrist and. The Mets down the. Reds six two. Four rookie Jeff McNeil with three hits including. A home run eight hits in his last. Three games. Hitting three. Sixty four cents coming up, to the show. Two, weeks ago, sixteen, games today. And tonight. In the major leagues including a day-night doubleheader between. The brazen nationals in DC trades on Monday the, as acquired right hander Mike, fires from the Tigers for a couple. Of players to be, named or cash, fire seven and six with a three point. Four eight and a one point two. Four whip this year he. Won eight games for the Astros during their. World Series run last year though he didn't pitch in the postseason he's hoping to get a little. Playoff money maybe this year And the pirates sent a, minor league pitcher to. Tampa Bay for shortstop dania Chavarria v., eight hitter was designated for assignment last week, when Tampa Bay picked up Tommy fan from the cardinals fam- than. Broke his foot but they couldn't bring back at you Berea so he's off to Pittsburgh NFL preseason, football, begins, for all teams this week twelve games on Thursday to on Friday night to more on a Sunday, evening five of those will be on TV all on the NFL network, Thursday you'll be able to see the Browns and the giants from New Jersey and then the Cowboys and forty Niners in, Santa Clara Friday's doubleheaders the, falcons the jets from New Jersey same stadium I'm guessing the same crew will be there, and then the lions visit the raiders, in, Oakland and that's only about, thirty, miles, or. So up, I eight eighty from the Thursday venue Saturday's TV game features the Vikings in, the. Broncos in Denver and they're just. Going to have to walk their themselves I. Suppose that's Tuesdays Two.
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"Baptist church in november he was found dead after he was shot and chased by two men who heard the gunfire he automatically turned a gun on himself i'm clayton neville and now it's time for the business report investors were aiming for gains that were a lot higher but finish the last session of the week month and quarter was only small ones about a tenth to a quarter of a percent the dow rose fifty five points the nasdaq seven the snp to investors that sent the dow up almost three hundred points early on a positive investor reaction according to charles lieberman of advisors capital management to the results of bank stress tests the banks have increased their dividends or will be increasing their dividends doing very sizable stock buybacks for the week the average is lost ground but for the quarter all three and a positive with the dow up nearly one percent the snp almost three and the nasdaq more than six percent the dow however is still a negative territory for the first half of the year one of the big recent worries for investors is of course trade general motors may have added to that by issuing a warning that it could end up cutting us jobs if the trump administration hits car imports and imported car parts with tariffs i'm joan doniger bloomberg business for kyw newsradio business reports on k w newsradio wet twenty five and fifty five after every hour well it's gonna be a busy week people trying to get away and people arriving agents expected to screen more than two point seven million people just ahead of the first of two weekends bracketing independence day this year that would be a record but the final count isn't expected before next week and a spokesman cautions that the number could fall short of the record if for example of big thunderstorm shuts down some air travel the transportation security administration expects to screen more than twenty eight million passengers and airline crew members before the holiday weekends on.
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"Elected in the southeast i'm clayton neville should big companies have to pay a special tax to help the homeless i'm tom busby i'm scott carr the next silicon valley may pop up at a place where you least expect it one a dog but some people don't have dogs because maybe that doesn't suit that like what a dog as a status symbol i've jim bohannon with more in a moment for the one hundred thirty fifth day of the year it's all ahead on america in the morning seven after the opening of the us embassy in jerusalem amid bloodshed in gaza has fueled global concern that us policies are roiling the region the palestinian death toll in gaza border protests over the move has risen to at least sixty killed bob costantini has a recap on a day filled with contrast celebration and violence the president's daughter ivanka trump and treasury secretary steve mnuchin pulled off the curtain to reveal the symbol of the embassy of the united states we welcome you officially and for the first time to the embassy of the united states here in jerusalem the capital of israel president trump sent a video message to the audience celebrating his decision to move the embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem the united states remains fully committed to facilitating a lasting peace agreement dozens of palestinians taking part in violent demonstrations in gaza and the west bank were killed in clashes was his rally forces the protests included burning tires only two other nations guatemala in honduras are planning to move their embassies to the disputed city that it is considered by the trump administration the undivided capital of israel brexit tradition of us presidents hoping the city's future could be part of a comprehensive peace proposal between palestinians and israelis it is a peace process mr trump wants hoped his son in law jared kushner could revive prime minister benjamin netanyahu maybe opening of this embassy in this city spread the truth far and wide and may the truth advance a lasting peace between israel and all our neighbors but palestinians protesting the move now claim the united states can no longer be considered viable broker for any resumption of peace talks that in truth have been frozen for years president trump's most recent remarks about the long brewing conflict is that israel eason palestinians will have to decide themselves if they want a two state solution or one state solution itself a major change in us policy palestinian minister.
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"Oh final four frenzy peaceful rally i'm barbara kusak loyola chicago is pulling out all stops to keep it cinderella story going up against the michigan wolverines and final four action corresponding clayton neville is in san antonio falling behind early loyalist chicago drill by as many as eight came storming back shots began falling as they settled into the atmosphere and the michigan wolverines pulling ahead in the closing minutes second game of the night to battle of number one seeds villanova in kansas protesters rallied for justice in sacramento following the fatal police shooting of an unarmed black man stephan clark reverend shane harris says there is no way to justify his death you're presume that because you have a black man in his community all of a sudden he's a criminal and today we come unified to say that peculiar black man in america is the new lynch then the new jim crow and we come to set it now the american servicemember killed this week by a roadside bomb in northern syria was a thirty six year old army soldier from texas the defense department identified him as master sergeant jonathan dunbar of austin pope francis celebrated the solemn easter vigil service in saint peter's basilica he baptized eight adults into the catholic faith including an julian migrant turned hero as he helps stop a thief until police arrived the man reportedly asked the rome police captain who handled his case to be his godfather billionaire richard branson bought the hard rock hotel and casino in las vegas the property off the las vegas strip will be rebranded over the next several months as virgin hotels las vegas the property will remain open as in undergoes renovations and.