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"daniel martindale" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Update Officials say federal agents ignored local police's guidance to not enter rob elementary and Yuval di to confront the school shooter Two senior federal law enforcement officials said a border patrol tactical team was told to wait to enter the school after about a half hour the agents decided to ignore that order and find the gunman those agents then led the effort to find and kill the 18 year old suspect Department of Public Safety director colonel Steve McCrory said it was the wrong decision Hindsight where I'm sitting now of course it was not the right decision It was the wrong decision Period There's no excuse for that Macron also said chief of police for the ivaldi school district Peter Aaron dondo thought the shooter barricaded himself and was no longer an active threat to students Former president Trump is paying his respects to the victims of the shooting as he speaks at the NRA convention He said it was incomprehensible that so many young lives were taken from us He added that the shooter faces eternal damnation The U.S. forest service is issuing a stark warning for the Memorial Day weekend Julie Ryan reports Last year over 8000 wildfires burned millions of acres across California and most of those were human caused The U.S. forest service is reminding everyone that our drier than normal conditions are the perfect environment for wildfires explosives fireworks and combustion engines without a spark arrestor are illegal with fines of up to $10,000 They want everyone to be able to enjoy our national forests and prevent wildfires by being proactive San Francisco Giants manager Gabe Kepler says he will not be taking the field for the national anthem moving forward Capler told reporters he won't resume the action until he feels better about the direction of our country He wrote in a blog post on his brand website that he wasn't okay with the state of the country and that he felt like a coward for not protesting the lack of delivery on the promise of what the anthem represents I'm Brian shook COVID cases are surging again powered by a rising tide of omicron sub variants currently circulating the U.S. Mike Bauer reports Not only are the cases going up we are starting to see hospitalizations going up That's former Obama White House policy director doctor kavita Patel saying that she's not just worried about cases and hospitalizations Deaths had been coming down There's still very low about 300 deaths a day but we're also starting to see that plateau a bit at least That tells me that the next weeks those numbers are likely going to continue to go up Some infectious disease experts say the virus is unpredictable nature could lead to a fickle COVID summer Doctor Bruce hirsch an infectious disease specialist at northwell health says I think things are going to get worse but then they're going to get better again I'm Mike Bauer It could be years before the two men accused of killing Memphis rapper Young Dolph will go to trial a judge says a bond hearing was most recently rescheduled for Justin Johnson and Cornelius Smith until July 1st both men's attorneys are still going through the discovery process and the judge says trial likely wouldn't happen until after 2023 Johnson and Smith are charged for the murder of the rapper last November Power production at the Hoover Dam is down 33% as Lake mead's water level continues to fall amid an ongoing drought Daniel martindale explains the U.S. bureau of reclamation says at peak production Hoover Dam can power a million homes in southern Nevada It's now producing enough electricity for 675,000 homes Officials expect that number to continue dropping as the drought lingers Hoover Dam will also be affected by a recent decision to keep more water in Lake Powell at the expense of Lake mead a higher water level in Lake Powell will ensure power production can continue at Glenn canyon dam Actor Anthony Anderson is not returning for the next season of Law & Order Anderson signed a one year contract with NBC and played detective Kevin Bernard during season 21 of the show.
"daniel martindale" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Global news update The Biden administration is resuming oil leases on federal land The decision was announced Friday the land sales however come with higher royalty charges for gas and oil produced and a sharp reduction in acreage available to lease The interior department says about a 144,000 acres are available to be leased for oil and gas drilling This comes as the Biden administration has been under pressure for weeks to address soaring energy prices The U.S. will keep taking necessary steps in response to Russia's war against Ukraine We are continuing to examine all possible options if a tool will be appropriate and effective we won't hesitate to use it So said State Department spokesman Ned price He said the U.S. and NATO allies are ready to impose more sanctions on Russia while providing more security assistance to Ukraine Ukrainian officials say a Russian naval captain was killed when his ship went down in the Black Sea the Musk of a sunk while it was being towed to port through rough seas enhanced security is coming to another part of Mexico's border with Texas Brian gan reports Texas governor Greg Abbott announced a deal with the governor of the Mexican state of tamaulipas Seminoles will provide the personnel the resources and tactics to stem the flow of illegal immigrants walking across the border at low water crossing It is the fourth Mexican border governor Abbott has reached a deal with on increased security just last week Abbott told troopers to inspect every big rig citing The White House's decision to end title 42 deportations In Texas I'm Brian Gann Newly released text messages show senator Mike Lee advised former president Trump on efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 election in texts exchanged with former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows the Utah Republican implored the administration to seek the help of controversial attorneys Sidney Powell and later John eastman to carve out a legal path I'm Brian shook There is not going to be a grocery worker's strike in Southern California Daniel martindale reports Last night union members ratified a new three year contract with Vaughn's Ralph's Albertsons and pavilions union members approved a new contract with stater brothers last week The contract includes a wage increase better healthcare benefits store safety improvements and protected pension the deal impacts 47,000 workers at 540 stores in southern and central California employees had been working without a contract since early March Authorities in France still don't know what caused the massive fire that devastated the famed Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris French president Macron visited the cathedral today to mark the third anniversary of the incident which collapsed the landmarks iconic spire Restoration finally began this winter after Cruz shored up what was left of the 12th century building The department of juvenile justice in South Carolina agrees to implement federal investigation fixes after finding a pattern of excessive force Rebecca Hubbard explains interim director Eden Hendrick announced the agreement Thursday that ends a lawsuit brought on by the Justice Department against the DJJ in that suit the fed's alleged the state agency violated the rights of young people under its watch of the broad river road complex The state newspaper reports the changes including increasing staffing more surveillance equipment more rehabilitative programs using positive reinforcement techniques changing punishments and limiting the use of force and restraints DJJ also agrees to better investigate and document incidents I'm Rebecca Hubbard Luggage at dulles international airport in Virginia was flagged by security screeners earlier this month after officials found charred bat meat inside the baggage officials say the luggage belonged to a Maryland man who arrived from Ghana carrying three pounds of the meat in his suitcase while a routine staple in Africa the CDC prohibits the import of the item into the U.S. I'm Brian shook I'm Scott Carr in the Bloomberg newsroom White House press secretary Jen Psaki says in coming months President Biden will either take action to extend the moratorium on student loan payments or decide to just cancel student debt through executive action This week's pod save America podcast Psaki said the issue is still on the table but that it may be possible the education secretary has the power to discharge student debts Psaki did say The White House still prefers a legislative solution citing concerns that an executive action could be overturned by federal courts or future administrations Electric carmaker Tesla is calling back its workers and Shanghai They're preparing for an initial resumption of production as soon as next week People familiar with the matter say that follows a weeks long suspension because of that city's strict lockdown to contain a COVID outbreak Tesla told some workers Friday they would enter a so called closed loop production system beginning this weekend in which workers live on site and are tested regularly with only a few days left to file your federal income taxes They're due on Monday for most There are some ways you can avoid an audit Bloomberg's Nancy Lyons has some advice It may sound obvious but filing inaccurate return is the best way to avoid an IRS review any mismatches with your W two forms are basically a red flag Also common mistakes include transposing numbers or typing in the wrong line because both could create a major discrepancy If your self employed or have rental properties you are at risk of an audit since you don't have a record of that income and they may look at your return if you use large round amounts for deductions Last year the IRS looked at the returns of low income earners at a rate 5 times greater than other taxpayers In Washington Nancy.