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"And on July 28 2008. I was sentenced to federal prison for betting on games. I refereed. 2007 Theo MBAs. Worst nightmare came true. Tim Donaghy is a convicted felon. He's admitted that he's bet on games. Told that she man's wrist there he was, She told me making it too obvious to got any outside official labor call late. There is clear evidence that in fact on a G Woz fixing the games I'm a writer and a journalist and in 2012 R own article in defense of Tim Donnie Hole. From companies Media networks. This is America's first news this morning with your host Gordon deal. Good morning. I'm Gordon Deal along with Jennifer Cash Enka on this Monday, Memorial Day, may 31st glad you could be with us, and here's what we have for you this hour After the longest war in American history, many veterans of operations in Afghanistan have a critical question as troops withdraw. Was it worth it? The good news on the job front for graduates. There are plenty of openings. The bad news. There's also plenty of competition. An army veteran from Mississippi finally gets his American flag 60 years after retiring, will explain who helped him on with Memorial Day often associated with grilling. Look at some fax. You may not have known about burgers almost all these Stories were first hold decades after the event occurred. We're playing with people's memories, and then we didn't know. Well. Did they remember the details correctly? Wasn't even possible that they could be true when self proclaimed burger expert Chris Carozza has researched. Legendary American hamburger well after two.
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"day may 31st" Discussed on KOMO
"Of stops so called patent trolls from extorting Washington businesses will get his first courtroom test. The state attorney general talked about it with Cuomo's Ryan Harris. It's akin to a shakedown, says a G Bob Ferguson from a company he says doesn't make any actual products. Landmark Technology eight. Ferguson says they do hold some vague patents that the U. S patent office says would likely get tossed if challenged. He says. Even he has trouble understanding the mass mailing letters demanding $65,000 in licensing fees, automated multimedia data processing that work for processing business and financial transactions between entities from remote sites. Basically, every single website that's out there could fall under this, But Ferguson says Landmark doesn't target big companies with customer Loggins or shopping carts on their websites. They intimidate small businesses who think it's cheaper to pay than mount a legal fight, So he's taking them to court and hoping to four Ask them to pay back those businesses and the ages office for its costs. Ryan Harris Co. Moh news president, Biden hosted a pair of meetings this past week talking with members of Congress about his infrastructure plan, and it appears there's optimism something could happen. Mikey jockey is covering it for ABC News and spoke with Cuomo's Taylor in size. Not that I'm pessimistic, but bipartisan optimism isn't all that common NBC. What's the update on the infrastructure talks? Yeah. You said it yourself. There may be some room. For some agreement between both sides. Listen Republicans. They left that meeting feeling optimistic that they could definitely reach some kind of deal on this infrastructure package. But the main copy out here right now is time is running out. Biden said time and time again that he wants in infrastructure deal by Memorial Day May 31st He wants to pass it by the end of the summer. Nevertheless, Republicans are still optimistic Senator Shelley Moore Kapito She's leading the Republican infrastructure efforts. She painted Biden as an honest broker and said that the party is laid out. The next steps were trying to bridge the divide between the two plants. Now that Republicans, how's your author that's expected come as early as next week, and then President Biden is expected to counter it and we have to remember the main part of these negotiations. Based off of two questions. How broadly do you want to define infrastructure? And how should we pay for it? You know, right now that President Biden he's proposed to infrastructure plans totaling about $4 trillion They found everything who roads, bridges, toe, boosting the power grid, even electric vehicle charging stations. And of course, they include things like a human element that includes childcare. Another kind of issues, concerns sense of that nature. So we're seeing that President Bynes plans Really want to have an all encompassing more expanded definition of infrastructure, while the Republicans they're coming back, and they said they want to focus on core infrastructure, and that's just What the original framework has been first time and time again, which were roads, bridges, ports, waterways, airports and even some broadband, But you know, they're talking about about $568 billion. So you're saying there's a massive spasm in between both sides, but we're starting to see a bit a bridge between the gap. Any idea at this point on who's willing to give up what you know our our Republicans going to say, OK? Yeah, we'll include Internet but you've got to take electric charging off the state off the off the table, some back and forth about what both sides are willing and really aren't going to do one of them that we're seeing right off the bat comes in terms of how it should be funded. We know that President Biden said he wanted to change that corporate tax rate. We know the Republicans change that down a little bit back in 2017 when they passed the tax bill, uh, down to 37% president, Biden said. He wants to bring it up back to 39% a little bit above that. But you're hearing Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell already speaking out against that calling that are red line, the fact that they don't want to reopen the 2017 tax bill, so there are some other ways they confront him. But that's one of the rail of the red line that we're seeing. In terms of what spoke side you're willing and aren't willing to do. Nevertheless, there still some time to think of some more novel ideas. About how to pay for it. But in terms of these massive $2 trillion package, it may not even look like that. In terms of the Democrats. We already know right now. The Democrats don't have even all the support from their own party, West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin. He said he supports a smaller, more narrow Taylor package. Not unlike the one the Republicans are promoting A B C's. I could John she with us on coma News from Washington, D. C. I thank you. Thank you. Taylor. Cruise ships could be taking passengers between Seattle and Alaska this summer, provided some things fall into place. And just what are those? Let's go to Ko Most any swimming her First house would need to pass this new act to temporarily suspend the requirement. It all foreign flagged ships making international stop between US ports. They can't do this right now. Because Canada's ban still is in effect on cruise ships, maritime director of the Port of Seattle says they're excited that this takes them one step closer to a shortened cruise season this year. We're now taking the next steps they need to do to get Steph vaccinated get poured agreements in place, plus put all safety measures in place so they can restart. The industry still needs further guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. However, all of these steps working to bring jobs and money back to Seattle and ports of call in Alaska Cruise industry supports about 5500 jobs alone here in Seattle, canceling last year's cruise season costs the local economy about $900 million in business revenues. Alaskan Tourism Restoration Act now goes on to the house, where it is also expected to pass on Then, if everything goes according to plan, the CDC guidance falls into place. We could see cruise ships back on the Seattle waterfront, about mid to late July. 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"day may 31st" Discussed on KOMO
"Nice. I'm mid upper seventies tomorrow and Sunday, cooling a little bit Monday a few more clouds middle of the week. And some rain coming back late Tuesday and Wednesday. Downtown Seattle it CO Moh news. It's 73. Stay connected. Stay informed. The Northwest's on Lee 24 hour News Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Thanks for joining us on this Friday evening quarter past five Look at our top stories. I'm Rick fan sites. ELISA Jaffe, with the day off in our editor is Efforts to bring a cease fire between Israel and the Palestinians continue White House press secretary Jen Psaki, saying tonight that Israel has every right to defend itself from the hundreds of rockets that have been shot at the country. Riding your bike Maura during the pandemic yard alone in Seattle, a new survey says about a third of those under the age of 35 have used their two wheelers more often as a means of getting around. Pimco Insurance Company also says that about half of those responding to their survey don't think bicyclists and motorists do a very good job of sharing the road right now. President Biden hosted a pair of meetings this week talking with members of Congress about his infrastructure plan. And it appears there is optimism that something could happen. I could. Jackie is covering this for ABC News and spoke with Cuomo's Taylor Vance ice like Not that I'm pessimistic, but Bipartisan optimism isn't all that common NBC. What's the update on the infrastructure talks? Well, yeah, You said it yourself. There may be some room for some agreement between both sides. Listen Republicans. They left that meeting feeling optimistic that they could definitely reach some kind of deal on this infrastructure package, but The main copy out here right now is time is running out. Biden said. Time and time again that he wants in infrastructure deal by Memorial Day May 31st He wants to pass it by the end of the summer. Nevertheless, Republicans are still optimistic Senator Shelley Moore Kapito She's leading the Republican infrastructure effort. She painted Biden as an honest broker. He said that the party is laid out. The next steps were trying to bridge the divide between the two plants. Now that Republic encounter offered that's expected come as early as next week, and then President Biden is expected to counter it and we have to remember the main part of these negotiations. Based off of two questions. How broadly do you want to define infrastructure? And how should we pay for it? You know, right now that President Biden he's proposed to infrastructure plans told me about $4 trillion They found everything from roads, bridges, boosting the power grid, even electric vehicle charging stations. And of course, they include things like a human element that includes childcare. Another kind of issues. Uh, concerns us of that nature. So we're seeing that President Vines plan Really want to have an all encompassing more expanded definition infrastructure, while the Republicans they're coming back, and they said they want to focus on core infrastructure, and that's just What the original framework has been first time and time again, which were roads, bridges, ports, waterways, airports and even some broadband, But you know, they're talking about about $568 billion. So you're saying there's a massive chasm in between both sides, but we're starting to see a bit a bridge between the gap. Any idea at this point on who's willing to give up what you know our our Republicans going to say, OK? Yeah, we'll include Internet but you got to take electric charging off the state off the off the table come back and forth about what both sides are willing and willing on aren't willing to do one of them that we're seeing right off the bat comes in terms of how it should be funded. We know that President Biden said he wanted to change that corporate tax rate. We know the Republicans change that down a little bit back in 2017 when they passed their tax bill, uh, down to 37% president, Biden said. He's wants to bring that back to 39% a little bit above that. But you're hearing Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R J. Speaking out against that calm that are red line, the fact that they don't want to re open the 2017 packs bill, so there are some other ways they confronted. But that's one of the rail of the red lines that we're seeing. In terms of what spoke side you're willing and aren't willing to do. Nevertheless, there still some time to think of some more novel ideas. About how to pay for, But in terms of the massive $2 trillion package. It may not even look like that, in terms of the Democrats were already know. Right now. The Democrats don't have even all the support from their own party, West Virginia's senator Joe Manchin, He said he supports a smaller, more narrow Taylor package. Not unlike the one the Republicans are proposing A B C's. I could Johnson with us on coma News from Washington,.
"day may 31st" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"We're talking infrastructure in Washington and Republicans and Democrats say, maybe just maybe there might be a path for some sort of agreement. I could judge he of ABC Radio News has been watching this story for us. I can't really appreciate you spending a few minutes with us today, You know, it seemed pretty bleak here. But now it seems that Republicans are saying maybe there is a path. Who defining some sort of Ah agreement on infrastructure Bill. That's right. All of this started yesterday during a meeting between President President Biden advice couldn't harass, including some Republicans, senators. Actually the middle of that meeting, the CDC gave out their new guidance about no mask wearing, But it was that meeting where Republicans felt that there may be actual from room for a deal right now, the only left that meeting to an optimistic In agreement can be resigned to shut your package, but it's important to know that time is running out right now. President Biden. He said, time and time again that he wants an infrastructure deal by Memorial Day may 31st and that he wants to pass it by the end of the summer, but again, like I said Republicans and their Shelley Moore Capito It was she leading the Republican infrastructure effort pay and she came out and said Biden is an honest broker said that the party's laid out the next step for trying to bridge the divide between the two plans, so we're already hearing Republicans. Kind of optimistic about the future where they can meet in the middle. Now that Republican counter offer that's expected to come as early as next week, and then after that comes out, President Biden is expected to counter it. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has come out and said that that offer is gonna be around the tune of $800 billion. We know that President Biden. His infrastructure plan totaled about $4 trillion, and that's gonna find everything from roads. Bridges wants a boost in the power grid electric vehicle charging station, leaving upto home care and public buildings into schools. Well, but that's that's the thing it looks like Republicans are about 20% of where President Biden is, and I guess the first question would be. We have to agree on what infrastructure is. President Biden has a much broader definition of infrastructure, then do house and Senate Republicans at this point And that's what these negotiates. They're all about Two main things how broad the definition of inch infrastructure ought to be. And of course, how it should be funded. We know that President Biden wants to pack the walk past. The wealthiest Americans obviously includes some corporate tax there. You know, in the fund this we've already heard pushback from the Republicans about this. Procedure now, But we have to understand that in terms of what is actually considered infrastructure, the Republicans, they really want a stripped down version of the bill. You know, I said before, Mr Connell says that it could be as high as 800 billion, and they won't tiptoe the roads and the bridges, the kind of traditional definition of infrastructure that We've known him for quite some time now, but we already know that President Biden said that he wants to expand it, he said. The times are changing, and we really need to be Ford thinking in order to be competitive for other nations like China and what have you. Nevertheless, he still says that be idea of infrastructure still need to be broadened out. And he said that The cause of it were exacerbated by the pandemic. We're still going through. Go. On the other hand, you had Kevin McCarthy, the Republican leader in the House. Talk about the meeting with corrupt Joe Biden the other day. I wonder if this is going to be a much tougher sell for House Republicans than Senate Republicans. Is going to be difficult. We see that in the house quite more by placated than it is in the Senate in terms of party lives, So you know you're seeing a lot more need home a lot more negative connotations tied to this infrastructure Packer package in the congress. But nevertheless, you're seeing the bite administration say that their main goal is when they're talking about bipartisanship. It's the people, which is why you're seeing President Biden and Vice was Maris still poor the country and talk to the American people about what's in this infrastructure plan and let them know why their vision of infrastructure needs to be brought. Does President Biden have all the Democrats on board? I wonder if Senator Joe matching and Kristen Cinema and some others in the Senate are are where President Biden is so before we get to two Republicans does he have the total support of Democrats? He does not like now. It's unclear he has the support of all 50. Democrats know in the past human infrastructure aspect. We know the Republicans were talking about the core's destruction. But in terms of the human interest infrastructure, that's when we're getting to the child care and other things of that nature, Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia, you know he already supports a smaller, more narrow telling package. Don't like the one that Republicans opposing. He said. He's trying to find a middle ground between competing $560 billion plan and by $2 trillion portion of this plane, But the price is not really like the sticking point is for Republicans. They do have wiggle room, but they still think that want to be tailored strictly the infrastructure So we're going to see a lot of back and forth of the next two weeks. We already know that the Republicans a portion Should come out about a week. We know President Biden's already willing to go back and counter offer then so we're going to see something in the middle in terms of what? Um, what kind of proposals actually brought forth the president's desk. Yes. So those are the two big questions As I see, it is well like, how do we What exactly are we looking at covering? And how do we fund what recovering here? And those are the two things that I think It's gonna be so much back and forth on and there'll be a few surprises. I'm sure along the way as well, like thanks very much for joining us. I really appreciate you spending some time bringing us up to speed today on this ongoing negotiation. It really looked like there was there was nothing that was going to happen now. Maybe possibly there is a there is a path here. We'll have to see what happens. Job Every day is an adventure. When it comes to Disneyland on the Potomac is I like to say You just never know what's going to go on and in Washington. We did have some big news, though. Of course, over the last couple of days. This has been the big story that question of masks and whether or not to wear one, and the CDC has weight Finally here, and I think that was While that the timing was maybe a bit of a surprise to some people. There are others who thought it was long overdue. But the upshot of all of this is you don't need to be wearing a mask outside. You don't need to be wearing a mask. If you are vaccinated. If you have your vaccine, you're good to go, and they're looking at maybe two weeks after your vaccine. Then you can consider yourself fully vaccinated. Now What about those people who have not been vaccinated? If some people are wearing a mask, and some people are not is this just the honor system How does this all work? Well, the governor has essentially endorsed the CBC's planet says We're following the CBC's plan. Hey, And, uh, he had a press conference here a little earlier where he talked about all of this. Um, what about businesses were opening it up for businesses here with? I think we're about 75% capacity near the end of the month, And then on June 11th everything is back to the way it was before the pandemic with full access for everybody. Governor commented on this when he was at his press conference earlier this morning, and Sarah, Lad of The Courier Journal asked him this question in the month or so remaining on the last mandate the state's mass mandate. Where does this leave businesses? Can they live from mass requirements? In line with the CDC guidance. People on their properties. Where did they start to require masks until June 11? Thank you. So, So it's a good question..
"day may 31st" Discussed on WTOP
"News Special Report. I'm Stacey lead on Capitol Hill, where House Republicans have voted to remove representative Liz Cheney as GOP conference chair. Chaney's been very vocal with her opposition of former president Trump repeatedly calling him out over his election fraud claims immediately after the vote, Cheney responded. I think that it is an indication of where the Republican Party is, and I think that the party is in a place that we've got to bring it back from and we've got to get back. Back to a position where we are a party to confide for conservative principles that can fight for substance. We cannot be dragged backward by the very dangerous lies of a former president, she says. She's not backing down. I will do everything I can to ensure that the former president never again gets anywhere near the Oval Office. No love lost between the two in a statement. Mr Trump calls List Trainee A bitter, horrible human being. CBS News Special Report. Cln 10 22. Now a person is in critical condition after a fire this morning in D. C. It started just before four. A.m. on a street Southeast D C fire says the fire was heavy. It spread to neighboring homes. They did find a person inside who was taken to a nearby hospital again listed in critical condition. Ah, firefighter suffered minor injuries. Four adults and two Children have been put out of their home. The cause of the blaze is under investigation. Well, some 50,000 bikers are expected in our region for the rolling to remember event and will happen over Memorial Day weekend. The group wants to stage its event at the Pentagon. But the Defense Department has denied their request, citing large crowds and the pandemic is reasons. DC's mayor, Muriel Bouncer says the bikers can use RFK Stadium in parking lot. A instead more than 30. Members of Congress have written to President Biden asking him to overturn the Pentagon's decision. Official events began made 28 continue through Memorial Day. May 31st Coming up next in money news, Marcus her lower again. The sea area homes now sell in less than a week. I'm Jeff Global 10 24 from overs diamond importers. I'm running murders over.
"day may 31st" Discussed on WTOP
"Far, One person was found in the fire taken to a hospital in critical condition. One firefighter suffered minor injuries for adults and two Children were put out of their home. Does he fire is working to determine the cause. It's a 22 Wilson 50,000 bikers are expected in this region for the rolling to remember event that's happening Memorial Day weekend That group wants to stage its event at the Pentagon. But the Defense Department denied their request. Citing large crowds and the pandemic. His reasons D C Mayor Muriel Bowser says the bikers can use RFK Stadium parking lot eight instead. More than 30. Republican members of Congress have written to President Biden asking him to overturn the Pentagon's decision. Official events begin May 28th and they continue through Memorial Day may 31st to build or not to build a new span over the Chesapeake Bay to improve traffic. And a rattle counties leaders questioning a study that's recommending another span should be built. The Maryland Transportation Authority wants to erect a new span right next to the current Bay Bridge and the Baked Crossing study just produced an environmental impact statement that focuses on that option and its advantages. But it's not sitting well with Anna Rondo County executive Steuer Pittman's office, which issued their own five page response. It questions the studies traffic assumptions the purpose of need and believes it did not dig deep enough into the environmental impacts. Office also feels it did not fully explore a no bridge option and says their concerns provide immediate cause to pause this process instead of moving to the final recommendation phase. Ken Duffy WTLV News, Fairfax County is embracing the idea of using fewer fossil fuels and going electric. It'll use the state grant by nine electric vehicles, calling them to step forward toward a zero emissions fleet. The pilot project involves four trash drugs for Fairfax Connector bus is AH box truck and elect Charging stations for all of them, and official Tweet says it'll help the county learn more about operating and maintaining the vehicles. This while the D C circulator fleet includes 100%, Battery Electric Busses and Montgomery County schools, has the biggest single school district project in the country to electrify it. School bus Flee Chuck Bean Council of Governments, the vision is to electrify the entire fleet of 1400 Busses. By 2035 Christi King. W T o P News. Up next in money news record numbers expected when the consumer price Index report is released,.
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"Southeast D. C. Fire says the fire was Heavy and it spread to neighboring homes. They're still working on putting out hot spots, and we don't have a word yet on the cause of the fire. Keep it here on W T O P will bring you the latest, A designated staging area has now been established for the 50,000 bikers expected in D. C for the rolling to remember events. The organizer. AMVETS says Mayor Bowser will allow the bikers stage at RFK Stadium parking lot eight. Organizers had hoped to gather at the Pentagon. But the Defense Department denied the request, citing large crowds and the pandemic. As reasons more than 30. Republican members of Congress have written to President Biden asking him to overturn that decision. Official events began May 28th and continue through Memorial Day. May 31st, the leader of Anna Randall County, is not pleased with the new study that's recommending putting up a new Bay Bridge right next to the existing bridge. Five page written response that urge stopping the project County eggs. Negative. Stuart Pittman is opposed to the draft Environmental impact statement for the Bay Crossing study. The D I s appears to be leaning toward construction of another span right next to the existing bridge listening what it believes are the advantages of this option. The county executive's office questions the D. I s his projection on traffic growth, noting that there's been little traffic change over a decade ending in 2017 and also challenges the purpose and need Environmental impacts and accused those producing the statement of never seriously exploring an option not to build anything at all. Can Duffy w. T O P News, an update now on an aggressive Fox that has attacked several people and pets in Arlington County Police in Arlington, said they have not located the Fox yet, and they're hoping residents will help them find the animals so it could be captured by animal control. Latest sighting was in the area near Lacy Woods Park. It's also been spotted on Custis Trail, North George Mason Drive and North Frederick Street. Police say its behavior suggests the fox maybe rabid, so if you do spot it, stay away and call police right away. Still to come in money news staying connected during the pandemic, The government may be looking to save your money on your Internet Bill 7 24 celebrating diversity on the hill. Brought to you by General Motors. Texas Congressman Marc Veasey represents a district that's majority black and Latino. He sensitive to immigration issues, knowing how profoundly they can impact people in his state in the community. People are concerned about being separated from their loved ones are being deported. He remains hopeful Congress can pass immigration reform. No more talk. Action. The congressman is also active in addressing discrimination issues affecting voters. I'm Mitchell Miller and tell them a greeter, chief Diversity Equity and inclusion officer for General Motors GM. We believe change starts with our employees. We've created a culture that celebrates our differences in a commitment to become the most inclusive company in the world. Every background is welcome. Every perspective is encouraged. Every employee is valued were over 155,000 strong each unique yet all commit. To driving meaningful change. Learn more about GM's commitment to diversity At GM. Calm everybody in Money News A 25 and 55 Americans could begin applying for $50 off their monthly Internet bill today. If they're eligible. It's part of an emergency government program to keep people connected during the pandemic. $3.2 billion program is part of the $900 billion December a pandemic relief package. It is unclear how long the money will last, but it's expected to be several months. Home prices do continue to rise, and so does competition to buy them to have clay Bob tells us..