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1.5 Million Filed State Unemployment Claims Last Week
"CBS is Diane king hall one one reason we could be seeing these numbers it was rattled by rising covert nineteen cases across the country and is worried about a second surge we're seeing an increase in cases in states like Arizona California and Texas which are already well into economic re opening efforts add that to the fact other one and a half million Americans file jobless claims for the first time last week economist Joel naroff employment claims declined for the tenth consecutive week which is the good news however the number of people being laid off and entering the unemployment system remains extraordinarily high there was really nothing good with having one and a half million more people becoming unemployed CBS news special report on
New York Stock Exchange reopens trading floor
"The New York Stock Exchange has protocols in place as some traders are back and working on the floor for the first time in two months CBS is Diane king hall stocks higher in the first day of a partial re opening of the New York Stock Exchange floor the floor had been closed since March twenty at that was the last full day of a full floor trading and today begins kind of a new normal in a phased approach to
US retail sales fall by record 8.7% in March as Americans pulled back on spending amid viral outbreak
"According to the commerce department retail sales skidded eight point seven percent last month that is the biggest drop on record keep in mind malls began closing in March in response to state and federal shutdown orders that CBS news correspondent Diane king giving details on the devastating impact of retail
"diane king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Schedules here in the United States we get some details from CBS news correspondent Diane king all corona virus outbreak has prompted United airlines and JetBlue to cancel more flights making them the first U. S. airlines to reduce domestic schedules on top of international cutbacks United announced an initial ten percent cut to domestic schedule jet blue said it was Laura capacity by about five percent executives at both companies said the corona viruses because passenger demand to crater president trump is stopping short any potential talk of a bailout for the airline industry industry saying he does not believe airlines need it right now this would be similar to the one they received back in two thousand one following the nine eleven terror attacks and while all kinds of sporting events are making changes because of cold at nineteen one key events will still take place CBS news correspondent Pam Coulter with the story a corona virus will not stop next week's flame lighting ceremony in Athens for the twenty twenty Tokyo Olympics the Greek Olympic committee says it's working closely with health authorities and will review the situation every couple of days the Greek leg of the torch relay will also go on as planned there are seven reported cases of the virus in Greece all are linked to people who've traveled from Italy which has the most corona virus cases in Europe Pam Coulter CBS news and fears over the illness could be about to take a big bite out of Christmas this year and some new baby Yoda toys could be taking a direct hit Rhode Island toy maker Hasbro says the corona virus that's sweeping China is messing up the supply chain well delivery of the cuddly character is not affected yet it soon could be experts believe that if the world does not get a handle on the illness by this summer kids are going to be disappointed this upcoming holiday season the baby Yoda series expected in stores later on this year it's based on a character in the streaming series the Mandalorian five forty nine and a nice start to the day here in Boston it is a Thursday morning and were under clear skies at thirty nine degrees right now plenty of sunshine and less wind today in fact no wind later on as temperatures reach the middle fifties for parents it's all about making some memories right with a high school basketball season about to wrap up a state Supreme Court justice reflects on the many drives to practice and games he sad just to watch his daughter drive to the basket state Supreme Court justice David Lowy routes for Marblehead high school Anne's daughter Maddie just as he has rooted for her for the past eight years what does that mean to Maddie I think it's been everything is something that we've done together something that's made our relationship so strong she started playing when she was nine years old her dad's always been their rebounding or shots for years in the quiet bliss of an empty gym I tell Maddie all the time I love her just the same way they should have it for another three pointer again or she had five in a row the seniors off to college in the fall at the university of Virginia but you'll always know that in the game of life if she misses a shot dead got the rebound every time we're having a tough game or the other teams having a streak I can just look into the stands and he's supporting me either way you gonna miss him for sure from Marblehead Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news.
European markets opened down as coronavirus cases continue to spike
"Have their seat belts fastened a day after a massive selloff that sent the Dow down almost twelve hundred points its biggest single day drop in history CBS is Diane king Argus open down in Europe this morning as cases continue to spike especially in Italy Asian stock markets also fell sharply today the selloff is triggering fears of a global recession Dow futures are off to fifty three
"diane king" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Is rape the jury found the ones most powerful man in Hollywood guilty of forcible sexual assault in the first degree and rape in the third degree but not guilty of one of the rape charges and of the two top charges of predatory sexual assault which depended on the testimony of sopranos actress Annabella Sciorra Arthur I Dallas is one of Weinstein's defense attorneys for the jury to believe Annabella Sciorra I can't believe the verdict they came up on Jessica I mean their witnesses testified that that was her boyfriend I Dallas says they will ask a judge to let Weinstein out of jail and free on bail until an appeal is heard at Manhattan criminal court Marla diamond WCBS newsradio eight eighty the White House is putting together an emergency budget request now to deal with the corona virus outbreak with now fifty three cases in the U. S. as dozens of sick passengers off a cruise ship in Japan were brought back to America the virus started spreading out of China were almost twenty seven hundred people have died from it money almost seventy eight thousand people confirmed to have a corona virus there the virus as a firmer foothold in the Far East in Daegu Korea the number of cases quadrupled over the weekend a worry for its two and a half million residents and for the twenty five hundred U. S. servicemen stationed there our population is not vulnerable still though I you know I we're not we're all nervous about it they're nervous Jew in Costa mesa California where the city is trying to get a restraining order against plans to house up to fifty people who have tested positive for the virus in a local hospital that is CBS news correspondent mark Phillips and fears of the new coronaviruses effects on the global economy led to global selling in Monday's trading Dow lost one thousand thirty one points nasdaq three hundred fifty five the S. and P. fell almost a hundred twelve points after markets around the world also fell like a rock same fears but market watchers say long term investors should stay calm if you're a trader you need to be nimble take profits where you can don't wait around for unacceptable losses if you're a long term investor just don't look at your portfolio economists are warning and extended corona virus epidemic could cost the global economy as much as one trillion dollars in lost output that is CBS news correspondent Diane king hall at the New York Stock Exchange.
Reported virus cases spike as Europe sees its first major outbreak
"Stocks swooned on Wall Street today investors are concerned about the global economic impact of the corona virus which is spreading in Italy and South Korea economist Diane Swonk the reality and the world over about the fact that we're not going to see some real economic effects of the coronavirus CBS is Diane king hall has more investors were rattled by a rise in corona virus cases outside China Italy now has the largest outbreak in Europe the epicenter is just miles from Milan Italy's financial capital CBS news business analyst Jill Slazenger doesn't expect the virus to have a dire economic out when I talked to economists they're not framing this particular virus outbreak as tragic as it is on the human side as an economic docket that would throw the world into a recession CBS news update I'm
MGM hack exposes data of 10 million, including government officials
"If you've been to an MGM resort recently listen up CBS is Diane king hall says there has been a hack ten point six million people had their personal information exposed in a hack of MGM resorts that's according to ZD net names addresses and phone numbers were among the stolen information posted in a hacking forum yesterday some celebrities and government officials were among those
Coronavirus: IMF sees risk to global economy
"There's a new warning about the economic impact of coronavirus their CBS news correspondent Diane king hall the International Monetary Fund says the epidemic could derail an already fragile global economic recovery and twenty twenty the vine says the virus has disrupted economic activity in China and if it is not contained quickly the impact could spread further the IMF also sees risks from the US China trade tensions and climate related
"diane king" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Com report I'm Diane king all yes news on the hour I'm Steve Katie Finneran undecided member of the Senate has spoken hours before the impeachment trial vote to acquit president trump Alabama's Doug Jones evidence clearly proves that the president use the weight of his office and the weight of the United States government to seek to coerce a foreign government to interfere in our election for his personal political benefit he says he'll reluctantly vote to convict him on both counts I believe that the president deliberately and unconstitutionally obstructed Congress by refusing to cooperate with the investigation in any way it's not clear if any senators will cross party lines today the president fired off a string of re tweets this morning from supporters who condemn or mock speaker Pelosi for tearing up a copy of his state of the union speech last night two airplanes filled with Americans getting out of China arrived in northern California this morning their escape from the corona viruses come with medical checks and some will be sent to a military base in San Diego also facing a two week quarantine thirty seven hundred passengers on a Japanese cruise ship after cases of the virus were found this man's on board of people I feel really sorry for all of those with inside cabins who've got no natural light no fresh it's going to be pretty grim for them for two weeks and CBS's Remy Inocencio says there's a new development involving a pregnant woman in China with the virus who is now a new mom there is concern with the most recent report from CCTV apparently the newborn was given a test thirty hours after delivery and that baby was confirmed to have the virus bad scene today of the airport in Istanbul Turkey police say more than fifty people.
"diane king" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Diane king hall three eighteen at WCBS having a weather together on the aids sponsored by subway Jim film of it up in a mystical bridge there's a broken down vehicle on the eastbound side of two eighty AT the Stickle bridge Michael it's in the left lane we've got westbound Elise building up as the afternoon drive time starting to ramp up to north on the parkway is slow getting up through one forty five you've got the least south out of the park way after is one forty one in earlier police activity has been cleared out of the right lane seventy bridge that's now starting to slow down getting into Rockland county it delays dressers are getting off the bridge huntress low north bound up to the cross county which itself bumper to bumper westbound between the New York State Thruway and the saw mill river parkway to Long Island where we've got a long delays now on the southern state parkway on the eastbound side starting at right around him said Avenue going all the way towards the Wantagh parkway about a nine mile delay right now and the L. I. in the northern stable coming out of queens it's still jammed up in queens of the L. E. those delays actually start right around Grand Avenue north bound B. Q. we that's still going to take you a long time coming off of the one is the least of the bill parkway from there still about forty minutes getting up towards Tillery street all because of an earlier accident prickly band Brooklyn Bridge it's bumper to bumper exiting a cabin plaza so it was for ninety nine foot long faves now includes the Italian sausage and peppers limited time only a participating restaurants prices and subs included may vary additional charge for extra plus applicable tax no additional discounts or coupons may be applied next traffic update less than ten minutes away and double the CBS our five day forecast begins with a mainly clear night tonight low of twenty nine of the city's low twenties in the suburbs tomorrow mostly sunny again in a little milder with a high of forty six Friday mild with a high of forty eight.
Trump threatens big tariffs on car imports from EU
"The trump administration is threatening a new trade war this time with the European Union CBS news correspondent Diane king hall reports the tribe administration says the US would consider imposing tariffs on cars made in the U. K. if it moves forward with attacks on digital services and in an interview with CNBC president trump says the US would impose higher tariffs on vehicle imports from the E. U. if that block doesn't agree to a trade
"diane king" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Just if you're a Democrat you can not like what's going on number two you know I guess I missed the day where we became forced to drive for uber where is a new feature allowing some drivers to set their fair according to the Wall Street journal drivers in California transport passengers from select California airports will be allowed to set a price as much as five times the fair over sets for the ride that's Diane king hallways CDS so what's this about who were allowing its drivers to set its own price here's what this is about over classifies its drivers as independent contractors meaning they're not full time employees so basically over just builds a platform that connects independent business owners with a client base now this is huge for ruber because then they don't have to pay healthcare they don't have to pay benefits well now there's a new lawn California called AB five making it more difficult for uber to get away with that basically saying no you can't eat eat you know these are not independent contractors your business these are full time employees so over now pushing the boundaries testing a new feature that allows some drivers in California to choose how much they want to charge customers Hey you want to charge more go right ahead they're hoping that this slight change will help them avoid eighty five so why is this important to uber analysts.
Nation's largest retail trade group: holiday sales rose 4.1%
"Of snow the country's top retail trade group says holiday sales increased four point one percent last year let's near the high end of the national retail federation's forecast before the shopping season started and CBS is Diane king hall tells us the last report on retail sales for twenty nineteen is out according to the commerce department sales rose three tenths of a percent in December people bought more clothes furniture and electronics and did more shopping
Survey finds minorities, millennials pay more in bank fees
"Some of us pay more in bank fees CBS's CBS news moneywatch dot com correspondent Diane king tells us who I never for shows that minorities and millennials pay more and bank fees according to Bankrate dot com the average checking account holder pays eight dollars a month and fees breaking that down by race or white account holders pay five dollars a month on average wha Hispanics pay sixteen dollars and black customers pay twelve dollars the average millennial also pays more at thirteen dollars a month versus just three Bucks for baby boomers the financial services website surveyed over two thousand adults asking them how much they spend per month on routine financial service charges like ATM fees and overdrafts
About $3 billion in gift cards will go unredeemed this year
"A lot of people got gift cards over the holidays but CBS's Diane king hall says many will go on redeem why are people leaving money on the table some may forget or miss place cards and some people partially redeemed the card but leave an unused balance an estimated three billion dollars in gift cards is expected to go on
Sushi sold at retailers like Trader Joe's and 7-Eleven recalled over listeria concerns
"Premade sushi sold at stores like trader Joe's in more than thirty states being recall because of Listeria concerns CBS news moneywatch cut correspondent Diane king all ready to eat sushi salads and spring rolls are being recalled over Listeria fears the Fuji food products are sold at major retailers including trader Joe's seven eleven and Wall grains in thirty one states and Washington DC the recalled products are packaged in plastic with most sell by dates of November twenty second to December sixth on the labels have been no reported
More than 2 million pounds of chicken recalled for possible metal contamination
"Line a massive it sure can recall is under way for Simmons prepared foods CBS is Diane king hall is more more than two million pounds of fresh and frozen chicken products are being recall due to possible metal contamination the products include Simmons prepared foods ready to cook items which include whole chicken wings and breasts made to me it was shipped to Alabama Arizona Arkansas California Georgia Minnesota Oklahoma and Pennsylvania the items were produced between October twenty first and November fourth of
Nissan recalls 1.23 million vehicles for faulty backup camera
"An important announcement from the folks at Nissan here's Diane king has issued a massive recall to fix many of its most popular model vehicles the Japanese automaker is recalling more than one point two million vehicles in the U. S. to fix a problem with the fact of backup cameras the affected cars include twenty eighteen and twenty nineteen Nissan models and Infiniti models as well owners can take their vehicles to a dealer to receive a software
Why U.S. Steel, a showcase for Trump, is laying off workers
"And US steel is tightening its belt more from correspondent Diane king hall hundreds of jobs are headed to the chopping block at U. S. steel but the company says they are temporary cuts according to Reuters U. S. deal will be laying off up to two hundred workers at a production facility in Michigan the company cited weaker demand and lower steel prices the playoffs call into question president trump's claims that the domestic steel industry is
Wall Street rises after strong retail sales data, Walmart earnings
"The stock market has been trending down because of fears of a recession but this morning stocks opened higher CBS moneywatch dot com correspondent Diane king hall says that the positive retail earnings have played a significant part in the rise the positives are Walmart earnings they were better than expected both their earnings and their sales it signals that the consumer is not doing as poorly as one would think because you have other retailers who have been suffering but Amazon and Walmart show there is still some stress to the consumer I keep my the consumers really the backbone of the U. S. economy because the consumer still makes up about two thirds of economic
"diane king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"BTG public hearings have been scheduled for this month in three main communities on central Maine powers request for nearly eleven percent rate hike the utility has been under fire recently because some customers were over billed the pork on press Herald says that happened as a new building system was rolled out in the mall of New Hampshire will have a new store by year's end the union leader reports part of the former seer store will be taken over by Dick's sporting goods I'm Bloomberg's Jeff Ballenger with New England business on WBZ Boston's news radio all Verizon wireless says this could help parents have more control over their kids use of their smartphone rises Janelle Taylor says a just kids plan lets parents see what their kids are and block inappropriate content plan we developed to give parents peace of mind and Easter cater to their first smartphone experience five gigs of data with unlimited talking tax of twenty contacted the parent can determine what their child labor rights and says the average beginning age for smartphone use now ten years old speaking of kids in smartphones one woman learned the hard way just how easy it is for a toddler to cause some mayhem without even trying the average toddler may still be learning to talk but one for coaches two year old was savvy enough to order a couch on her mom's phone the mom says she handed her cell phone to her daughter to play with and later received an email telling her that a four hundred dollar couch and shipped the couch cost too much to send back to Amazon so the woman is now selling it online CBS is Diane king home tension investors not earning eighteen to twenty one.
"diane king" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Fleet. That's Diane king hall reporting Irving police have a warning about a man who's been impersonating a utility company employees police say they got reports about a man in a safety vest, telling people they needed to evacuate their homes because of a gas leak. Officials with atmos- energy say there were no leaks in the area. Irving police say you should check the idea of someone who claims to be a utility worker and call nine one one. If you suspect something as it right? A Collin county death row inmates claim that he suffers from abandonment rage. Did not play well at a federal appeals court. KRLD's L P Phillips reports that John Stephen Gardner has few options left. Garner was sentenced to execution for the January two thousand five murder of his estranged, wife, Forty-one-year-old Tammy Gardner was shot in the head at our home near Anna, but managed to call nine one one before she died. John, Stephen Gardner, was arrested and convicted of her capital murder. It was actually the second time Gardner had shot a wife. He critically wounded his pregnant first wife about eight years earlier, he served time in jail in his appeal Gardner claimed his attorney should have raised the issue of abandonment, rage, and anger triggered by people, leaving his life, the fifth circuit US court of appeals didn't buy it, noting. Gardner's attorney had called experts and nobody raised any issues about abandonment rage. It's now up to a judge to set an execution date. LP Phillips News Radio tonight he came here. L D, CBS news update. The house has brought the debate over slavery. Reparations back to Capitol Hill for the first time in more than a decade, Texas Democrats Sheila jackson-lee. And the idea of this commission should be welcomed by all American. What are the chances CBS's Ed O'Keefe, because there is a hearing being held today, and that alone is notable.
American Airlines becomes first US airline to order new Airbus plane
"Now, a US air carrier said to be bolstering its fleet by doing business outside the country. More from CBS MoneyWatch dot coms. Diane king hall airlines reportedly struck a deal with Airbus, instead of Boeing, according to Bloomberg the air carrier ordered fifty of the new Airbus A three twenty one aircraft. The airline is expected to replace an aging fleet of dozens. Of Boeing, seven fifty seven jets keep him. I Am Boeing has been under scrutiny since a pair of deadly crashes of it's seven thirty seven max jet force the grounding of that fleet. America is the American rather is the first US-based airline to order, the newest Airbus plane Denver-based, frontier airlines also expected to fly the new Airbus jet after deliveries began and twenty twenty
President Trump, President And Diane King discussed on The WCCO Morning News with Dave Lee
"China valley to take countermeasures after the latest tariff hike news update in the middle of two days of trade talks in Washington. The Trump administration has gone ahead with the president's threat and impose twenty-five percent tariffs on more than two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese imports. CBS Diane king hall is at the new York Stock Exchange. President Trump's decision to proceed with the high came after a pivotal round of trade talks yesterday ended without
"diane king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The Disney animated sequel racked up just over sixteen million dollars worth of tickets to mathematically had no new opposition. Because for the second week in a row there were no new wide releases in North America. The granted it's fifth weekend. That was second followed by creed. To CBS's Diane king hall with that report. Well, no rest for the weary. For some firefighters in Connecticut. A new London fire department crew just came back from a call when a man pulled up to the firehouse in his car saying his wife was about to have a baby firefighters helped deliver the baby boy in the front seat of the car and say, both mom and the baby aren't doing. Well. Well, you might remember a few months back. We told you about Nebraska, deciding to get brutally honest with its tourism marketing since it's regularly ranks last and national tourism, Nebraska. Honestly, it's not for everyone. Yeah. That's no joke. That's their actual new slogan. And now the state's tourism guide is displaying a photo of Omaha Union Station decked out in full holiday lights and decorations. But there's a problem Union Station in Omaha was built in nineteen thirty-one seventeen years after Union Station in Kansas City opened and there is a similar look to the two buildings enough. So that an out of state marketing firm based up the Kansas City terminal for Omaha next year Nebraska tourism guide comes out the end of this month. So the mistake will not be around much longer. Anyway, Nebraska officials figure it at least got them some free president Kansas City to come see their decorations Kent Martin ABC news Saint Louis when it comes to the global arms race one country is moving up the list does Stockholm International Peace Research institute is out with its yearly report on the world's one hundred biggest weapons dealers Russia. It seems as the world's second largest arms producer after the US. Russia's your past Britain. Which had that spot since two thousand two and is still the number one arms maker in western Europe. They combined arm sales of Russian companies amounted to thirty seven point seven billion dollars in two thousand seventeen an eight point five percent hike from the year before David Freiberg ABC news the calendar hasn't flipped to.
"diane king" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Current reading of thirty eight degrees. It's thirty six in White Plains forty in hicksville forty-one at Newark. Liberty a real estate agent from Dallas. Is on life support with brain damage after travelling to Mexico for plastic surgery. Laura villas family says she went to a clinic there last month for several procedures including those job at breast implant replacement, but before the procedures began there were major complications CBS news correspondent Ana Warner says his family is warning other people considering similar trips. We don't want this to happen to anybody else. And reiki crews says he was at the rhino center in Juarez last month when he's healthy fiancee. Laura Avila went in for plastic surgery. Eight hours later doctors said there was a problem. I just thought to myself this this isn't happening. Like this. Can't happen. Angie? Avila is Laura's sister. She says doctors at the Mexican hospital where her sister was transferred told them the rhino center. Put the anesthesia in the wrong place in Laura's spine that her brain swelled, her kidneys failed. And she went into cardiac arrest because of the damage her brain suffered. She'll never be our Laura again. The organization. Patients beyond borders says an estimated one and a half million Americans travel outside the US for medical procedures each year. Mexico is one of the largest destinations for what is known as medical tourism. Everyday expenses were up last month the cost of living in the US rose in October. According to the Labor Department's consumer prices increased three tenths of a percent. A rise in the price of gas and cars along with housing costs fueled the increase CBS MoneyWatch dot com. Diane king hall one twenty two at WCBS CBS ion.
"diane king" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Rising online sales. That's Diane king hall reporting. It is the thirtieth anniversary of the classic, scary, comedy, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice Beetlejuice. Showdown. This year is the thirtieth anniversary for that comedy. Starring Michael Keaton is a ghost Beetlejuice it also starred Alec Baldwin Gena Davis and known a writer. Geraldine news time five fifty four time to check your money. This portion is brought to you by moneymatters dot net, stocks ended mixed the Dow Jones industrials rose one hundred twenty three points or half a percent to twenty six thousand seven seventy three. The NASDAQ fell thirty eight points or half a percent, the S and P five hundred was down one point many, Amazon employees can look forward to bigger paychecks a month from now the online retailer will raise its minimum wage for all of its American workers to fifteen dollars an hour as of November. I that will apply to all current employees. And to the more than one hundred thousand seasonal workers who will come aboard for the holidays home prices increased in August core. Logic reports prices were up five and a half percent from August of last year. They are projected to be up another four point seven percent by next August, it's possible toys R us could be back in some form lenders. The control the chains assets indicate in a bankruptcy court filing. They no longer plan to auction off the intellectual property they plan to reorganize into a new company. I'm Jeff Bellinger with Bloomberg business on NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. The FBI's investigation about Brett Cavanaugh Chris summer. We'll have.
"diane king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And hod bright sunshine right now eighty. Two degrees, in Boston good morning I'm Tina GAO. WBZ news top stories now to Attleboro police officers are shot at and returned fire with an armed suspect on route, one eight, this morning both, officers luckily are fine and the suspect is being treated. At. A Rhode Island hospital police have identified the alleged gunman who killed two and injured at least nine others before. Taking his own life yesterday at a video, game competition in Jacksonville Florida officials still have no motive. For David Koch shooting rampage and. President Trump is welcoming the president of Kenya to the White House today on the agenda are trade and regional security. Issues on Wall Street. Beautiful day so far let's cross. Our fingers and toes the Dow is up two hundred and seven points and NASDAQ is gaining sixty seven and the s&p five hundred is. Gaining, about nineteen points well Christmas may seem like it's. A long way away but if you're planning to try Travel around the holidays here's. Some advice now is a good time to think ahead to holiday. Travel are, expected to rise in the FOX so. If you do have a trip that you have planned definitely for the fall thanksgiving or even in the wintertime it's, probably a, good idea to, buy your tickets now Octavio Blanco financial writer for consumer. Reports. Says there's a definite advantage to locking in those deals no way that the airlines are gonna come after you. For the difference in price between now and, when the prices are high and speaking of fall it. Begins for the travel industry after. Labor Day Daria Albinger ABC news some crossed wires regarding a deal to make tesla owned by Ilan mosque a private. Company he says the. Deal is off CBS news correspondent. Diane king hall has more details this follows confusing signals from us in a surprising tweet earlier this month is said that funding was secured. And, tesla may go private stock shot up eleven percent. That day then came word that The. Money wasn't locked down after all now the whole deal is all Elon Musk and tesla are now facing a number. Of investor lawsuits from investors as well as a securities and, Exchange Commission investigation into the factual accuracy of his recent, tweet well what could be a very interesting trial. Is, expected to, get underway next month Sandra Qatar is a former owner of humble bumble that's a, health and wellness store that sold legal hemp products at locations in Methuen as well as amesbury now last year prosecutors say she sold marijuana without a, license and undercover officer apparently had bought bath oils but with allegedly given, pot as a gift Qatar lawyer had tried to get the case, dismissed saying there was. No legal, framework for selling marijuana and a law on the books allowed for people. To gift small amounts that motion was denied and trial is expected to begin next month on September fourth WBZ news time ten, fifty one this morning. What was hurricane lane is now a tropical Depression CBS's Amarine green tells us it's, now moving away from the Hawaiian islands although the islands dodged a direct hit the slow moving storm caused. Severe damage on the big island, which was hit with more than four feet of rain. Roads were washed out, and homes damaged nearly forty. People had to be? Rescued save is terrifying Coming out you just don't underestimate the power water come out and you have your waist deep and you're. Hanging onto this rope bridge.
"diane king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The ads cbs's diane king hall reporting on that after further review plans to open a beer garden beneath the southeast expressway have been scrapped over safety concerns the eight acre underpass between south in the south end as experienced a rebirth recently the organization underground at eight block hosted a series of successful events last year and norwich castle island brewing was hoping to set up shop but boston police are concerned about people drinking so close too busy traffic underground will continue running other events in that space an actress who became well known after appearing in a children's movie is down on her luck and having health problems she played violet beauregard the girl who turns into a human blueberry and the original willie wonka and the chocolate factory turning violent her family says denise nickerson is in critical condition after she suffered a stroke last month they're asking for donations on facebook page for her treatment and care so far they've raised more than two thousand dollars nickerson also played amy jennings dora collins in the nineteen sixties soap dark shadows deborah rodriguez cbs news the founder of puppy john's pizza has stepped down as the company's chairman of the board company announced his resignation hours after john schnatter apologized for using a racial slur during a conference call in may forbes report schnatter used it during a media training exercise schneider at already stepped down as ceo of papa john's last year after blaming slow sales growth on the outcry surrounding football players taking a knee during the national anthem he's still owns about thirty percent of the company's shares wbz news time is ten fifty two traffic and weather together coming up next president trump's nomination of judge britain observes a swift confirmation debate begins over the supreme court nominee cavanaugh is a favourite of the.
"diane king" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"The country's energy supplies but andy campbell head of uc berkeley energy institute tells knx he doesn't see it rationale for that argument the argument is put forward is that colin nuclear plants are special because day store fuel on site that provides additional level of reliability but there's there's very little pieces for making that case on site supplies of coal and uranium could also be unreliable campbell says the coal industry north america slowly dying and government action to prop it up is likely futile good news for americans who are looking for jobs you'll get more from diane king hall of cbs moneywise market fired up in may according to the labor department of the economy grew by two hundred twenty three thousand jobs last month that was much better than expected wages also improved and the nation's unemployment rate fell to three point eight percent that ties the lowest level since nineteen sixty nine jobs report welcome news at the white house your cbs news correspondent steven portnoy president receives a copy of the monthly jobs report in advance and he tweeted he was looking forward to its release these figures will help bolster his argument that the economy is improving on his watch the overall jobless rate is its lowest level in eighteen years and black unemployment is now below six percent for the first time since stance statistic has been reported some criticize the president for tweeting about the good news before the jobs report had been released but mr trump's top economic advisor said there's nothing wrong with tweeting ahead of time that he's looking for to seeing the numbers larry cole says he gave the president a heads up on the positive news make a call whether it's and it just happens last evening i let him know cut low director of the national economic constant traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives let's take a look at a freeway conditions at twelve thirty five with daphne brockton on west los angeles.
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"Cbs news diane king hall teddy will require clients not sell firearms to anyone who hasn't passed the background tests or anyone under the age of twenty one and not to sell high capacity magazines citigroup is the first bank to change its policies following the school shooting in florida house and senate passed eighth one point three trillion dollar spending plan ahead of tonight's deadline that would have forced the third government shutdown this calendar year may still happen the president taking to twitter just a few moments ago he says he's considering vetoing the budget because quote eight hundred thousand daca recipients have been abandoned unquote wisconsin senator ron johnson voted yes for that spending plan but he admits pushing legislation through at the last moment isn't ideal what a horrible way to fund the government i had obviously twenty two hundred pages nobody's going to have time to read that you're you're obviously going to be looking at summaries to make your decision but who knows what's gonna be tucked into some of those twenty two hundred pages a terrible way to fund government it's it's very disgusting walkers one hundred billion dollar school safety bill passed the state assembly thursday one issue still lingering now what are we doing to address increasing gun violence all over the country republican representatives tried to address that issue by failing a new bill to tighten background checks providing a larger database for licensed gun dealers however the bill did not include private dealers internet deals or gun shows this has democrats like gary able of sun prairie upset forty eight hour waiting periods over twothirds how the people in wisconsin are in support of that the bill will continue onto the state senate although the timetable.
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"Epidemiology lab researchers looked at data on more than a quarter million people and found those who work the night shift where forty four percent more likely to have type 2 diabetes then those who work days they think it's because night shifts disrupt not only sleep but social and biological rhythms increasing the risk of metabolic disorders like diabetes jim chenevey cbs news the reverend billy graham body is being moved today to its final resting place in charlotte here's abc's ryan burrow silly graham evangelistic association spokesman mark demar saying by thursday afternoon mr graham's body will be moved from the morris funeral home to the billy graham training center at the cove in asheville saturday the body will arrive at the association headquarters in charlotte the line repos period will start monday february twenty six eight am and run for at least two days that we'll be open to the public the funeral will be march ii ryan burrow abc news charlotte wbz news time ten fifty one it seems that sexual misconduct has no bounds as we hear from cbs's diane king haul it's in the auto industry to adapt executive at ford has been fired following allegations of unspecified inappropriate behaviour north american president rosny air is leading the competent effective immediately he's led north american fourth since june of last year and a company statement nair said he regretted that he has not exhibited leadership behavior consistent with company principles kumar a hot will replace nair starting march 1st he's been the company's twenty nine years and has led the lincoln brand since 2004 team the earth shook early this morning just north of santa barbara california it wasn't an earthquake it was the spacex falcon nine rocket blasting off from vandenberg air force base today's launch followed three postponements earlier in the week the falcon nine mission is to deploy satellites as part of spacex founder ilan musk's plan.
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"Cbs news update at a new day on wall street after two straight days of big losses foreign markets have been trading for hours this update from cbs's diane king hall the new york stock exchange asian markets continued the downward slide this morning australia also felt the sting in what many analysts are calling a looming correction market flunked for a slew of reasons chief among them a rising interest rate fears the dow is down nearly 1200 points the nasdaq lost two hundred seventy three and the sp was off one hundred thirteen right now sp futures are down six in all of this has investors wondering what to do cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger advice try to do nothing not to be reactor and here's the reason why let's say you're right this is the the first five or six percent down and we're going down 20 per sent will you have the wherewithal to give back in that's called market timing in very few people can do this cbs news update i'm peter king you're listening to newsradio nine fifty w wjr news time is 532 some flurries are a leftover snow shower first thing this morning and watch out for slippery spots we did get some snow overnight fact we just got a call from tipster an about eastbound i ninety six before milford road and accident in the left media row thorough yes or no hurt road and then they had a certain washed up legally and then i a couple of was sent out now milford road and that's how civil roads and it's just happened so i'm sure it's hitting some black ice there thank you for calling his tipster and we'll have more from dennis coming up at you with us do divorces you need to watch was step on the roads is willing dumpling fifteen or seems to be one little push going through a waterford and brighton townships who this morning and heading to the south and east held talk about some snow another look at the forecast with dean just a few minutes away could be another adventure this morning on the roads we have new snow and that we have those potholes let's get the live and local latest with w wjc charlie langton charlie over i've been asking people what's worse here in michigan the.
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"The affordable care act cbs's diane king hall and several states in through recall there were no plans where there are beside him season has been reduced from ninety days to forty five by the trump administration thursday and friday are expected to be the busiest sign of days that could slow the healthcare dot gov website the climate summit opens in paris president trump not thereafter announcing the us would withdraw from the accord in an exclusive interview with our jeff floor french president macro says it won't stop the rest of the world from working to reduce greenhouse gases have to react right now because we know it's it will be impossible in twenty thirty years to explain all worse surrey we will not too were set we had to chant no s p futures unchanged this is cbs news it's called met a share in its affordable biblical healthcare and if you're wondering what does that mean well asked the people who are already members like the badger family it's a big family by the way federal boy three girl we live out in the country we own goal and they thank god for mattis year especially after one of their babies was born with spina bifida and the total bill was about a quarter million dollars medi share members met the entire need an sent them cards and letters letting them know they're praying for leisure i mean we love it with myself being selfemployed only in my own business medi share was a great option as far as affordability but let us here as far as like all of our stuff that it always come through yeah more and more people are doing this and you can see why hundreds.