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Daily Crypto Report
Binance’s Richard Teng Emerges as CZ’s Heir Apparent
"Former regulator Richard Ting has been appointed to oversee Binance's regional markets outside the US, positioning him as a potential successor to CEO CZ. The move comes as CZ looks to reduce his ownership of Binance US in an effort to appease US regulators. Ting's experience as a regulator will be valuable as Binance aims to address enforcement actions related to its early years. Ting downplayed speculation about his taking over as CEO but CZ has previously mentioned having a succession plan in place.
CoinDesk Podcast Network
Why Elizabeth Warren Is Wrong About Crypto and the Fentanyl Epidemic
"Featured story is an opinion piece by CoinDesk's Daniel Kuhn. Our piece today is entitled, Why Elizabeth Warren is Wrong about Crypto and the Fentanyl Epidemic. For a while, crypto's role in the illegal and gray area drug trade seemed swept under the rug, or at least it was not getting the attention it could have, which is good and which the Fed shuttered back in 2013. It's good because some people have a tendency to moralize about drug use, and the less crypto is linked to crime in general, the less the entire industry will be stigmatized. However, it would arguably be better to be upfront about such things, assuming they're going on, as data now suggests. If crypto ever has a shot at finding a killer use case, or mass user base who understands why blockchains are important. U .S. Senator Elizabeth Warren, a Democrat from Massachusetts, is calling for a greater crypto crackdown following new research from blockchain analytics firms Chainalysis and Elliptic that found Bitcoin and Tether, or USDT, have become cornerstone to the global fentanyl trade. These are the same research companies that put out annual reports showing a fraction of a fraction of crypto transactions can be tied to illicit use. Quote, crypto is helping fund the fentanyl trade and we have the power to shut that down, Warren said, continuing, it's time. End quote. The Senator is a longtime critic of crypto, who recently made an incomprehensible anti -crypto army campaign part of her re -election bid. But does the Senator have a point? I already know what the crypto faithful will say. Chainalysis estimates less than 1 % of total crypto transactions are related to crime, so it doesn't matter if Chainalysis is now saying there's evidence. At least $37 .8 million worth of crypto was sent to drug manufacturers in China since 2018. But hold that thought, we'll get back to it. First, let's try to place crypto's alleged use for drug sales in the context of the global drug trade. To start, it's difficult to judge just how large the fentanyl economy is, because it is, by nature, kept mostly out of sight. But if Chainalysis and ellipsis figures are to be meaningful, they need context. According to one source Chainalysis cited, total quote chemical exports, end quote, from China, assumed by most authorities to be the largest manufacturer and exporter of black and gray market drugs, surpassed $100 billion in 2021 alone.
The Dan Bongino Show
Gregg Jarrett: The FBI Chose Not to Further Investigate the Bidens
"Me about this and you have a lot of experience in the spaces you know well that that source information where they go they go to the f b i in order for you to present in front of a judge to get an arrest or a search warrant that it will be sick prongs us worse can't just walk in and say great jerry rob the bank well you have any evidence no no but i think i think he's gonna it's not the way any of this works uh... we have to do is you have to show one of these two things you have to have presented reliable information in the past or the information if you're a first -time source has to be precise enough that the f b i can do some leg work and verify some independent facts you've given them that apparently what works the most according to the reporting of the great margot cleveland centerpiece in the federalist that at the whistle -blower saying that not only was this a trusted f b i suppose but the information was size so the f b i that they can your lawyer on that but the f b i has no reasonable exit ramp off this highway as to why they wouldn't have investigated this yeah absolutely and the fbi is taking the position oh you know we looked into it just trust us we took care of it nothing to see here let's move you'd have to be an idiot to believe and trust the fbi given their track record you know just look at the last presidential election in which they tried throw to it in favor and indeed throw it in favor of joe biden when they directed and pressured social media companies to censor and suppress the laptop story to protect joe biden no i don't trust the fbi and and james comer the chairman of the oversight committee who wants this smoking undocumented that's what it is uh... doesn't trust them either uh... you know they have no legitimate basis not to produce an unclassified document if they're concerned this is a confidential informant redact his name but they must comply with the subpoena and so the of the choice here is either criminal contempt of
AP News Radio
Federal Reserve likely to skip interest rate hike at next meeting in June, officials signal
"Federal Reserve officials are sending out stronger signals they may forgo an interest rate increase at the Central Bank's next meeting. I'm Ben Thomas with the latest. Three leading fed officials have expressed support for the idea of skipping a rate hike in June, fed governor Phillip Jefferson says that would give policymakers time to see more data. President Biden has nominated Jeff sent to be the fed's vice chair, putting him close to the center of fed policy making, the comments come despite a slew of tough talk from other fed policymakers and to disappointing inflation report last week, and those suggesting a pause also indicate hikes could resume later this year. The fed has implemented ten straight hikes pushing its benchmark interest rate to about 5.1%, the highest in 16 years. Ben Thomas, Washington
RedState: Bidens Offered 'Safe Harbor' to Hunter Biden, Messages Show
"Joe Biden was directly involved in what they were doing Got that the background of the text messages has explained by Turley is a 2018 piece published by the New York Times it represented one of the first admissions by the mainstream media Hunter that Biden's business dealings and personal life are problematic in response to that article Biden's in 2018 team worked frantically to try to get it altered how much was changed we don't know what we do know is that Joe Biden then told his son that quote I think you're in the clear now you've heard that phrase before but now we have more context he said as Biden associates pushed the times to change aspects of the story Joe called Biden to report on the results in his message Biden ends his call to Hunter with the statement I think you are clear and anyway if you get a chance give me a call I love you how would Joe Biden know his son is in the clear if he knew nothing of his son's business dealings the is answer that he wouldn't that's long been a serious contradiction because the current president is clearly lying clearly lying as much evidence shows when he says he was oblivious with that said I I don't doubt that Joe Biden's affection for his son was real yet that doesn't excuse what appears to be a corrupt arrangement that ended up with millions of dollars of foreign money suspiciously making its way into these shell corporations almost 20 of them where the money was distributed among nine family members money coming from Communist China and Romania and other places enter Jim Biden the president's troubled brother
The Dan Bongino Show
James B. Comey: FBI Did Nothing Wrong in Trump Investigation
"Okay. Okay. Okay. Dan, you have ADHD. I know it's a problem. I get it. I know. I want you to listen to Comey's clip here, it was this pseudo fake apology. And then when asked at the end, he's like, Oh yeah, but I don't really think the FBI liked anything wrong. This is an agency full of like, integrity and fidelity and bravery. They were just caught making up and completely fabricating a case to spy on the listen to this. Check this out as for the Durham report, 300 pages, four years investigating the investigators. One of the things that did come out of it was that procedures, regular FBI procedures were ignored, that steps were missed along the way in this investigation. In fact, director Ray said when the report came out, yeah, we acknowledge that a couple of ago, years and we've changed all that, those changes are already in place. Do you acknowledge perhaps that some mistakes were made along the way? Oh, definitely. And they were found four years ago by the inspector general. So there's nothing new in this new document. What were some of those mistakes from your point of view? Oh, that the FBI didn't communicate clearly the status of certain sources. They double checked certain information before putting it in a court application for a foreign intelligence wiretap and a bunch of others. And so do you believe now as these, some of these politicians call for defunding of the FBI, that that has been corrected and that now the procedures are in place to avoid those kinds of mistakes in the future? I think so. But in complex investigations, there's always going to mistakes. be It doesn't mean the FBI is incompetent, honest, and independent. So director with some distance now from from your time there with that investigation and everything that came into that 2016 election. Are there things that you wish you had done differently? Oh, plenty. I mean, plenty of
AP News Radio
Al Pacino, 83, and Noor Alfallah, 29, are expecting a baby
"At your Al Pacino is about to become a father for the fourth time. I marches are a letter with the latest. Al Pacino, who is 83 and his 29 year old girlfriend nor afala are expecting a baby, according to Pacino's representative. He verified the report first published by TMZ, but says no statement will be issued. Pacino and alfalfa began dating last year, Pacino also has a 33 year old daughter and 22 year old twins a son and a daughter
AP News Radio
Sick workers tied to 40% of restaurant food poisoning outbreaks, CDC says
"Federal health officials say sick workers are tied to many restaurant food poisonings. I Norman hall. According to an investigation by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, food workers who showed up while sick or contagious were linked to about 40% of restaurant food poisoning outbreaks with a known cause between 2017 and 2019, norovirus and salmonella germs that can cause severe illness were the most common cause of 800 outbreaks which encompassed 875 restaurants and were reported by 25 state and local health departments. The CDC is calling for better enforcement of comprehensive food safety policies like handwashing, keeping sick workers off the job. I Norman hall
The Dan Bongino Show
Daily Caller: Bud Light Sales Reportedly Keep Plunging
"And if you notice during this week and there were a lot of pictures going around the Internet a lot of people were obviously recognizing the fallen over the important solemn holiday Memorial Day but some people were out in supermarkets and there was some pictures floating around One of them from the daily caller specifically about these beer shells and supermarkets and conspicuously the one beer that was not selling was Bud Light in a lot of these places Now this is not a story to be discarded lightly This is a heavy news day I never talk about these stories He's like kind of filled stories during heavy news days at all I try to avoid them all together sometimes to be honest with you but this is an important cultural story for us folks The left can never ever admit They screwed up I told you any sane operation right now The LGBTQ PC two plus lobby would go to Bud Light and say which is by the way it's been very generous to these groups in the past And very generous to them in the past and would say listen thanks for your help in the past Dial this thing down So you don't think I'm speaking with forked tongue folks I have been really honest when I was running for office that what is a politician want more than anything They want money they need donations to run their campaigns It's that simple right When I was running for office there were more than a number of people Friends of mine who were from out of state and said hey I'll donate to your campaign And I kid you not I said to him don't do it Because anything over $200 is going to appear on an FEC report And with this whole thing going on right now let me just handle this race You do you later on and we can show up later on or whatever but just give me some time to work this out Because I'm insane operator I don't want to see anybody get hurt especially with a nascent campaign right I want to see if we gathered some steam first Folks the left can not do that The left can't do it
AP News Radio
US consumer confidence declines again in May
"Consumer confidence fell in May the fourth decline in 5 months. Americans became slightly more pessimistic about the labor market in May on top of inflation anxiety, the consumer confidence index was one O 2.3 in May down from one O 3.7 in April, according to the conference board, a business research group. The index measuring consumers assessment of current business and labor market conditions deteriorated from one 51.8 to one 48.6 from able to May, despite a low unemployment rate and a slight rise in consumer spending, the proportion of consumers reporting jobs are plentiful, fell, and there was a notable worsening in the outlook among consumers over age 55. Consumers surveyed expect inflation to stay around the same over the next 12 months, and view it as a major influence on the economy. Jennifer King, Washington
AP News Radio
The day has arrived for Elizabeth Holmes to report to a Texas prison
"The disgraced CEO of health technology company theranos begins her stint in a federal prison today. Elizabeth Holmes is scheduled to begin her 11 year federal sentence at a women's prison camp in Bryan, Texas, Holmes was sentenced in November for overseeing a blood testing hoax that claimed theranos technology could quickly scan for diseases and other problems with just a few drops of blood taken with a finger prick. She'll be leaving behind two young children, a son born in July 2021, a few weeks before the start of her trial, and a three month old daughter who was conceived after a jury found her guilty on four felony counts of fraud and conspiracy in January 2022, investor and fellow theranos executive ramesh sunny balwani was convicted of 12 felony counts of fraud and conspiracy, and already has started serving his nearly 13 year sentence in a Southern California prison. I'm Donna water
AP News Radio
Russia launches pre-dawn air raid on Kyiv; Moscow attacked by drones
"Russia has launched a pre dawn air raid on Ukraine's capital, killing at least one person. It sent Kyiv's residents again scrambling into shelters to escape her relentless wave of daylight and nighttime bombardments before daylight the buzzing of drones can be heard above the city, followed by loud explosions. As they were taken down by air defense systems. Early information from the key of military administration says air defense forces destroyed at least 20 Shah had explosive drones in the city's airspace, its Russia's third attack on the capital in the past 24 hours. Meanwhile, in Moscow, residents there have reported hearing explosions and the defense ministry says 8 drones had been fired at the city. Moscow calls it a terrorist attack by the key of regime. It said 5 drones have been shot down and the systems of three were jammed, causing them to veer off course Ukraine hasn't commented on the Moscow attack, which would be one of its deepest strikes in Russia since the invasion began. I'm Lauren Brooks
Fox News: Michelle Obama's Juice Brand Fails Her Own Health Standards
"And so I'm looking here from Fox News former First Lady Michelle Obama's touted health drink pleasing What does that mean Plessy Oh what do I know What fail the health standards set by the Obama administration to do Bloomberg report found After discussing with 12 independent health professionals and organizations the Bloomberg news organization found that pleasing current flavors released earlier this month would not meet the requirements to be served at elementary middle school Uh oh But do they make money That's the issue These Marxist revolutionaries need to know if they're going to make money off the drinks Please it's not like Kool-Aid you know Remember Jim Jones mister producer drink the Kool-Aid Drink the plessy Under the Obama era school meal regulations currently under review U.S. elementary middle schools may only serve water milk or a 100% fruit or vegetable juice with no added sweeteners And the regulations do permit schools to dilute juices with water and none of pleasing four current flavors meet these criteria According to the experts there are was concern over the non nutritive I feel like I'm being treated other way Non nutritive sweeteners in the drink such as stevia leaf and monk fruit extracts They could still be considered unhealthy The World Health Organization previously published its own report on Monday advising against the use of sweeteners like stevia to control body weight
AP News Radio
No fatalities reported in Iowa as officials plan to demolish partially collapsed building
"And Iowa apartment building that collapsed on Sunday will be demolished. Officials in Davenport say the demolition of what was once the Davenport hotel will begin Tuesday morning. The collapse injured at least one person and displaced countless residents and business owners. It's not known why the building collapsed, but Davenport fired chief Michael Carlson says investigators are searching for a cause. There's been normal rental complaints, but there has been some complaints to the structure. We issued notice and orders to have those repaired. The building owner hired their own engineering firm to direct them and the repairs needed to be made. Residents have not been allowed back inside to remove their belongings due to the building's unstable condition. I'm Mike Hempen.
AP News Radio
Cruise ship passengers left terrified after ship sails through rough seas on return to Charleston
"A cruise ship that navigated rough seas off the coast of South Carolina over the holiday weekend has resumed sailing on its next cruise. Terrified passengers on the carnival sunshine took to social media to post video of water pouring through a flooded hallway on a cabin level, passenger Daniel Taylor told W CIB TV. The crew quote left us blind, not reassuring us what was going on, where we were headed to and what the plan was. In a statement to the AP carnival cruise line said, the ships returned to Charleston from The Bahamas on Saturday, was delayed by prolonged bad weather and rough seas in the area. No serious injuries were reported, I'm Shelley Adler
AP News Radio
South African president appoints judge to oversee weapons-for-Russia inquiry
"The South African president Cyril ramaphosa has appointed a judge to oversee an inquiry into allegations the country supplied arms to Russia. The U.S. ambassador to South Africa claims weapons and ammunition were loaded onto a Russian flagged cargo ship that secretly docked at a naval base near Cape Town in December last year, ambassador Ruben brickett indicated that the allegations were based on U.S. intelligence and that he would bet his life on the accuracy of his claim. The container carrying ship named lady R is already under U.S. sanctions for being tied to a company that has transported weapons to aid the Russian war effort in Ukraine, South Africa has denied there was any government sanctioned deal to provide weapons to Russia, although it hasn't categorically ruled out that an unofficial transaction took place involving another entity. The South African president's office says the panel has 6 weeks to complete its investigations and another two weeks from then to provide a report to ramaphosa. I am Lawrence Brooks
AP News Radio
UN agencies warn of starvation risk in Sudan, Haiti, Burkina Faso and Mali, call for urgent aid
"Two UN agencies have warned of rising food emergencies, including starvation in Sudan due to the outbreak of war, Haiti, Burkina Faso and Mali are said to be facing or already suffering from the same emergencies due to the restricted movement of people and goods. The four countries join Afghanistan, Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan, and Yemen at the highest alert levels. They say communities are already facing or are projected to face starvation with the risk of sliding towards catastrophic conditions, the report by the World Food Program and the food and agriculture organization calls for urgent attention to save both lives and jobs. It warns that 1 million people are expected to flee Sudan while an additional 2.5 million inside the country face acute hunger in the coming months with supply routes through port Sudan disrupted by safety issues beyond the 9 countries at the highest alert level, the agencies said 22 countries are identified as hotspots risking acute food insecurity. I'm Lawrence Brooks
AP News Radio
The Latest in Sports
"AP's sports and Mike Reeves, it was a frantic finish at the Indianapolis 500, our Tom McKay reports. Josef Newgarden used a one lap shootout to grab the lead from 2022 champ Marcus Ericsson to win the Indy 500. You know, I wasn't looking to take anyone else out of the race, but I was going to put my car on the line to win. And I was either going to win the race or I was going to end up in the wall. Newgarden driving for team owner Roger Penske survived a chaotic final 40 miles, which saw the race stop three times for Rex. Major League Baseball the rays win a wild one over the Dodgers in Tampa Bay, correspondent Steve Carney provides the details. The Tampa Bay Rays used a 7th inning RBI ground out by wander Franco to break a ten ten tie and defeat the Los Angeles Dodgers 11 to ten. Both starters got hit around as Gavin stone allowed 7 runs in two innings of work, while Josh Fleming allowed ten runs in 6 innings, including 5 home runs, Tampa Bay finishes at ten game home stands 7 and three, while the Dodgers complete their longest road trip of 2023 with a four and 6 Mark. The Yankees used a 7 run third inning to defeat the Padres ten to 7, Aaron judge and Harrison Bader hit home runs to support winning pitcher Garrett Cole, who is now 6 and zero. This was a good team win today for sure. I mean, being able to kind of subdue them through the middle innings and keep the momentum. I thought played in our favor, but it's just such a luxury to have the offense. Other winners on the diamond were the guardians Orioles tigers royals, Blue Jays, brewers, reds, rockies, Astros, Marlins, Diamondbacks, Mariners, and braves on the PGA Tour emiliano grillo wins the Charles Schwab challenge in a playoff against Adam chic. It was his first PGA Tour victory. It over 7 and a half years. So it was great. The way it was definitely worth it, it was long, but it was worth it. Steve stricker won the senior PGA Championship in a playoff over podrick Harrington, NASCAR's Coca-Cola 600 was postponed due to wet weather. I'm Mike Reeves AP sports.
"each report" Discussed on WTOP
"2024 on WTO team, Florida Republican governor Ron DeSantis has not yet formally announced we know his run for The White House, but when he does and we think he will, his strengths in Florida could become weaknesses we've learned this week in a general election. This morning Politico's Florida playbook author, Gary fineout, tells us that Santa's the desantis is actual support for stricter abortion laws right now. He thinks could hurt him outside of Florida. Last week, the legislature popped a bill to start a session to go from 15 weeks to 6 weeks, although the 15 week ban doesn't have any exceptions, the 6 week ban does. The question is, as abortion has emerged as an issue, how will a 6 week ban go over with those moderates and independent voters? Again, if he gets through the primary. And what our story basically said is that people who are sort of watching this and are familiar with desantis, the point of view is, well, he's got to get through the primary. And, you know, they're going to do everything they can, the legislature right now to help him bolster his resume even further than it's already out there. He had three 35, at least two dozen people from Mar-a-Lago resort staff to members of Donald Trump's inner circle at the Florida estate, have been defeated not to testify to a federal grand jury, that is right now investigating the former president's handling of classified documents on this this week. CNN reports that special counsel Jack Smith on the case is seeking testimony apparently from a range of people, including staffers who may have seen or heard something during their daily routines around the estate, those staffers are said to include at least one housekeeper and several restaurant servers as well. U.S. Army says there was no foul play in the death of a female soldier found dead at fort hood Texas on Monday. Army CID officials say the investigation continues, but so far there's no foul play evident in the death of 20 year old private and ambassador Ruiz, a combat engineer who spent 15 months with the first cavalry division, her mother, though, telling news outlets that her daughter had complained about being harassed by one of her superiors and that she received multiple sexual advances from others on the base. This comes three years after the murder of 20 year old specialist Vanessa guillen at fort hood, she also complained of harassment. Chris Fox for CBS News, Austin. You can have my family sold money this morning, Americans, falling behind apparently with those credit card bills. American Express and Citibank each reported rising numbers of credit card delinquencies in February with AmEx scene delinquencies rise 1.1%
"each report" Discussed on WTOP
"Good to have you here at 7 40, the U.S. Senate has taken a key step on legislation that would repeal the authorization for use of military force in Iraq, dating back to 1991 and 2002. The Senate voted 68 to 27 today to proceed on the bill that's co sponsored by Virginia senator Tim kaine. Supporters of the measure hope to get a final vote coinciding with the upcoming 20th anniversary of the start of the war in Iraq, Cain and backers of the bill say it's important to reassert the constitutional role of Congress in declaring war. Opponents argue that the repeal could project weakness to U.S. enemies. A freight train has derailed in Washington state, spilling thousands of gallons of diesel, Mike sibley is an on scene coordinator with the Environmental Protection Agency. We had about 2500 gallons fill the soil from one of the locomotives and so our priority right now is to remove that contaminated soil and then test area to make sure we removed all of it and then backfilled with clean soil. The train belongs to BNSF railway in North American freight railroad company, no injuries are reported. There is no sign of impacts to water or wildlife yet. The cause of the derailment is being investigated. 7 41, Americans are falling behind with their credit card bills. American Express and Citibank each reported rising numbers of credit card delinquencies in February with AmEx scene delinquencies rise 1.1% from the prior month, while cities delinquencies rose 1.2%, AmEx says total consumer credit card debt in the U.S. topped $70.7 billion last month down about a half $1 billion from January. And that is CBS business reporter, Jason Brooks here at 7 42 on WTO. Now in the minutes ahead, we'll go to be looking at what could potentially help and hurt Florida governor Ron DeSantis in the presidential race. We know he has not officially announced yet, but he's certainly making all the moves as a candidate that would be running for president, visiting Iowa, visiting New Hampshire. So we'll keep you updated on that on WTO at 7 42. I'm Peter Greenberg and this is today's ion travel minute. Thanks to point of sale credit card terminals and some arbitrary tip amounts on the screen, Americans are now tipping more, and in many cases, without realizing they have a choice. In some cases, taxi screens will pop up with tip amounts starting at 25%. Restaurant checks come with pre printed suggested tip amounts based on the purchase amount. But what many folks don't realize is that depending on the quality of the service and the type of service they're receiving, you don't have to accept the amount or percentage shown on the screen. Many of these screens can be overridden. It may take another minute or so, but you can put in
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"each report" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"Recently, the GOP led House of Representatives repealed a congressional provision allocating almost $80 billion to the IRS to over ten years, hire a whole bunch of new agents and the House Republicans said, listen, you don't need the money. You're going to just use this money to badger harass and rip off the taxpayer. And I want to focus on a particular case that seems to show the IRS doing exactly that. I know about the case only because it wound its way up to the Supreme Court. And the Supreme Court basically weighed in and slapped down the IRS for imposing really a ridiculously excessive penalty on a guy for not reporting his foreign bank accounts. Now, here's what let's go into the story a little bit because the guy, his name is alexandru, bittner. He was born in communist Romania. He moved to the United States when he was a young guy. But then when the Soviet Union collapsed, he moved back to Romania from 1990 to 2011, so he lived in post Soviet in the post Soviet bloc for about 20 years. Now he was a really successful guy. He had a bunch of businesses, and he opened up a whole bunch of foreign bank accounts. Then later he moves back to the United States and he discovers that he is required as someone who has these foreign bank accounts simply the file a report. With the IRS noting that he has these bank accounts. He says I didn't even know I was supposed to do that, but he hired an attorney and the attorney said, I'll prepare the documents for you. And so he filed them. Now the IRS basically said that this guy did not file these timely reports. For 5 years, 2007 to 2011. Again, reports that you didn't know he needed to file. And so the IRS decides to fine him. Now, the correct amount to find him because apparently there were 5 years and he didn't file a report for 5 years, is $10,000 per year. So the amount that they could find. And remember, when you don't know there's a law, it doesn't excuse you from having to follow the law. You still have to do it. And so the IRS should have probably fine this guy $50,000, which was a small fraction of the total amount of money in those accounts. He could easily have paid it. But the IRS decided not to do that. They decided that for each account that he didn't file a report, it's a separate violation. And it needs to have a $10,000 fine attached not to each report, not each annual report, but to each particular account and because this guy had a whole bunch of accounts, it turns out that the IRS stuck him with a penalty, let me look for the actual number here. It was a penalty of $2.72 million.
"each report" Discussed on WTOP
"Sports at 15 and 45 powered by Red River, technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red. 8 15 Dave Preston is talking caps. Yeah, the capital's list of Minnesota four two three of the wild's goals coming off of screens in front of the net coach Peter la villette. There's a science where pucks at the net and good things will happen. So with parks going to the net and people going to the net last night, you see the redirects to 92, just the screens. I mean, they had a heavy screen. In front of Chucky, there was a guy standing right there and so even though the shots came from a distance, if you've got somebody that's planted right in front of your goalie, it makes it a little bit more challenging than just what it might appear to be. Caps play 6 of their next 7 on the road NFL commanders are interviewing prospective offensive coordinators, including former Cleveland and New York Giants head coach pat Shermer, also reportedly in the mix for the vacancy, Miami assistant Daryl bevel, and Atlanta quarterbacks coach Charles London. Med's college basketball VCU routes UMass 83 55 grams of one four straight at 9 of ten. Richmond 64 Rhode Island 57 spiders go four for four at the line in the game's final 30 seconds to keep the late cushion. Nationally, second ranked Kansas tumbles to number 13 Kansas state. 83 82 Australian open tennis Benz top seat in two time champion Rafael Nadal tumbles in the second round of McKenzie McDonald, DMV product Francis tiafoe post a straight set victory. Women's bracket, American Madison keys among those advancing. Dave Preston WTO sports. All right, Dave. It's 8 17. U.S. capitol police investigated fewer threats against members of Congress last year, but chief Tom manger says the number of threats is still too high. The capitol police threat assessment section, investigated about 7500 cases in 2022. That's down from more than 9600 in 2021. Those numbers include investigations into direct threats and concerning statements. The latest figures come just months after an attack on then House speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband and days after the two year anniversary of the capitol riot. The husband and wife known for their years on reality TV are now in the custody of federal prison officials. For years, they were portrayed as self made multi millionaires on their reality TV show chrisley knows best. Let's go let's do this. Now Todd and Julie chrisley have each reported to their prisons in Florida and Kentucky to serve out lengthy sentences following their conviction on fraud and tax crimes. He is serving 12 years, she 7, the pair defrauded banks out of more than $30 million, they still claim their innocent. Matt piper, CBS News. Coming up, the top stories
"each report" Discussed on WTOP
"Play the rams Friday evening. Number two in the nation, Kansas falls to 13th ranked Kansas state 83 82, Australia open tennis a shocker in the second round in the men's bracket Rafael Nadal slipping to Mackenzie MacDonald in straight sets DMV product Francis tiafoe among those advancing women's winners include tenth seed Madison keys, Dave Preston WTO sports. 6 46, a federal jury in Virginia has cited mostly in favor of two police officers who were sued by a U.S. Army lieutenant after he was pepper sprayed struck and handcuffed during a traffic stop. Video of the 2020 incident in the small town of Windsor got millions of views after Quran nazario filed the federal lawsuit. The jury in Richmond found former Windsor police officer Joe Gutierrez liable for assault and awarded nazario slightly more than $2600 in compensatory damages, the jury also awarded nazario a $1000 in punitive damages after Windsor police officer Daniel Crockett illegally searched as SUV. Video shows the officers pointing handguns at nazario, who was behind the wheel at a gas station. He told them he was afraid to get out of the SUV and held his hands in the air outside the driver's side window. A husband and wife known for their years on reality TV are now in the custody of federal prison officials for years they were portrayed as self made multi millionaires on their reality TV show chrisley knows best. Let's go let's do this. Now Todd and Julie chrisley have each reported to their prisons in Florida and Kentucky to serve out lengthy sentences following their conviction on fraud and tax crimes. He is serving 12 years she 7. The pair defrauded banks out of more than $30 million, they still claim their innocent. Math piper, CBS News. Coming up after traffic and weather, the top stories were following for you this hour, more history being made
"each report" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Every day. Yes, yes. Like the Wonder Woman theme. Can we go back to that? How do we get back to Captain America's underpants? Did someone steal the sign for the studio when we left? This is a wall filled with a lot of your memories of your career. And so we have to take all of those down first. Very Norma Desmond. There's a lot of you on the walls. Me and Hannity. Okay. There are no hang on. Kathleen in Kansas, hi, Kathleen. Hi, good morning. So happy to talk with all of you. Thank you. Enjoy your show. Thank you. All right. Here's what I have to say about all the debacle that's going on with the record retention issues surrounding the national archives. My entire career was in policy procedures and record retention. I was so boring. People would look at me and burst into tears. Look, the core of what I had to do was ensure that all of my company's policies procedures and records were saved. And to do that, it seems to me that the core issue at the problem is the national archives itself. What are their policies and procedures regarding record retention? Do they just let politicians run out the door? Without checking, once that they are no longer in office, that's the problem. We should have suggested Apple tax on all classified material. I don't know if that's a little unwieldy that suggests. But it's the best I could do. All right, would you like just a little bit of justice news? Sure. I'll take a little bit. Okay. I'll take any amount that I can get this morning. The Trump organization was fined $1.6 million today after being convicted of running a 15 year tax fraud scheme. That seems a little light for a 15 year sentence of 5 months for 15 years of tax fraud, but something. Also, Glenn kirshner tweeted judge rules Trump's stand back and stand by statement is admissible, relevant evidence in the proud voice seditious conspiracy trial. So a jury will hear evidence that Trump's statement motivated and encouraged the insurrection. That is a little bit of justice. We'll take it. We'll take every thirsty justice whores, aren't we? Sure. Or is it sluts? I don't know. We've discussed the difference yesterday. I sweat does not get paid. Let's do get paid. Okay. All right. The president one more time on all this. Classified material. Next year, Corvette, what were you thinking? Let me get a chance to speak on all this God willing soon, but as I said earlier this week, Pete, and by the way, my Corvette's in a lot garage, okay? So it's not like you're sitting on the street. But at any rate, yes, as well as my Corvette. Doocy. All right, chairman Adam Schiff. Yes. This. Whenever classified information is somewhere, it shouldn't be. We want to make sure that we understand what are the risks. How was it maintained, what was the nature of the facility in terms of the Justice Department, I think, we're talking about very radically different situations, one involving foreign president from who refused to turn over documents when they were asked for refused to turn over when they were subpoenaed. They executed a search warrant and still more documents. So in one case, it's willful. There's evidence of obstruction of dust to send the investigation and recklessness and the other. But Finn and Burton have nonetheless, we should know what those documents are and whether there's a risk as a result of there being in some way they shouldn't be. Anita and San Antonio real quick. Hey Anita. Good morning. Happy birthday, Chris. Thank you. I just want to say, you know how Donald Trump is, he called, he called Jack Smith a terrorist. I remember how he used to talk about Robert Mueller and call him names that they was being unfair. Can you imagine that Joe Biden acted like that? If he called this guy a terrorist and then was like, oh, and his wife's sister doesn't like me. He totally. No, 'cause he's not a whiny little bitch, so that would be the main difference. Yeah. John fuke was saying alpha liberal next. I'm Jessica edinger. CNBC this week's solid upswing for stocks is in real danger today on Wall Street. Investors love that inflation is cooling, but earning season is on. It may not be pretty mixed results this morning from big banks, JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America, each reported better than expected results, but both are warning about a slowing economy or a mild recession. Citigroup shares were falling after it said profit dropped 20% in the last quarter. Wells Fargo shares dropped. After the bank's profits were cut in half in the last quarter. Delta Air Lines this morning out with strong quarterly results, but it's bracing for higher labor costs and shares were ticking lower. The latest on consumer sentiment will be out a little later this morning as investors gauge how well the U.S. economy is holding up with persistent although dropping inflation. Mega millions tonight, 1.35 billion. Jessica Edgar CNBC. You're the CNBC business updates each weekday at 9 30, 1230 and four 30. Now
"each report" Discussed on WTOP
"Traffic and weather on the 8s. Rick McClure in the WTO P traffic center. All right, dick, let's take you back around the capitol belt where we are still traveling well, most of the way around, we just got a report of a crash on the envelope near two ten, Steve's on it and hopefully we'll have a confirmation for you on our next report. Otherwise, just volume, slow downs on the out of Maryland sign will blow speed from old Georgetown road to at least the cabin John Parkway, and it's looking better. As we speak on the interloop Virginia sites slowing now from after Georgetown pike toward the legion bridge, so normally that delayed last for a while, but it's getting on up out of there and you're getting some speed up going toward Maryland leaving Virginia. Maryland died two 70 with some volume delays, heavy at times headed south that gave this bird through the workshop to set up along the right side between our route to one 24 and I three 70. I said over to the BW Parkway usual volume slow spots north ballot approaching the beltway and southbound through jessup and fort Meade between routes one 75 and 32. Route 50 looking good between northeast D.C. and Annapolis and even better across the bay bridge in certain stretches, especially on the east side from sandy point to the tolls, and that's it and slowing in the westbound lanes from across the narrows and Kent island clearing up about midge bands to look better and better each report on across the bay bridge in both directions. Three lanes west and two lanes east across debate, had a tree down along the outbound lanes of the Clara Barton Parkway near the cabbage on Parkway authorities were with it along the right side, had one broken down in fort Washington at last check was taking up the right side along the westbound ramp from saint bee, saint Barnabas road to the envelope, be careful. Over in Virginia, three 95 north before the GW Parkway, we had police action in the right lane we believe that's been cleared, which still checking on that. I 95 nothing but volume slowdowns, south through parts of lord and woodbridge Dale City north through spotsylvania Fredericksburg and falmouth. Rick McClure, WTO traffic. And now to storm team four meteorologist samar Theodore. Tonight, a chance for a few thunderstorms isolated in nature tomorrow highs will be in the mid to upper 80s
Gambling With an Edge
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"If you ask for it, I would tend to agree, but we're dealing with computer records and just like all of the slot win loss statements should be perfectly accurate. I mean, you're inserting your card in. Reality is very different. I'm sure our listeners will correct me or tell me what this situation is there on that. Well, it varies. On the sports. Some of them provide excellent records. Some provide we don't want to use those words here. Well, not so excellent record. Yes. That's a better way of putting. All right. If Richard and I decide to split a sports bet from a legal U.S. sports book, 50 50. And we end up winning $50,000 because we're really good guessers. How would we report that on our taxes? Each report your own share of the income. Black and white tax law. Most sports bets do not get paperwork issued. So let us assume let's make it simple. There's one sports bet. And we bet on Houston, winning game one of the World Series. Hey, we bet $5000 each chip in 2500. We win more of the big here. We get 10,000. We each have. Well, he is going to be favored. You're going to get less than that. I understand. I'm making this simple. You each get 2500. Each report 2500. That's if we bet it at the window in Las Vegas. If it's on an app, then the person who want it has to declare it and then ten 99 the other guy. If paperwork position, most sports, there is no paperwork. Sports betting in order for there to be paperwork. Again, we go to the 300 times the bet as far as the prize and more than $600 or more. Sports book bet and even money, really, there isn't going to be any tax paperwork. Okay. So then it's okay for us to just each declare the 2500. Correct. Assume I spent 15 hours a week doing something related to sports betting, whether it's research, building models or placing wagers. In 2020 and 2021, I've made approximately as much gambling as I have in my day job. At what point does it make sense or is it possible to file as a professional gambler? We discuss this little earlier about whether you're doing it for your livelihood or not. The other thing you have to look at is self employment tax. It's just hard to beat. Gambling itself unless you're traveling. Does not have very much in the way of business expenses..
CNN 5 Things
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"The program now treats more than one hundred thousand people and nearly sixty percent of them have at least one nine eleven related health condition many according to the report having more than one conditions include cancers of the skin breast or digestive systems or upper respiratory disease. Ptsd and depression. The un gave a stern notice to the taliban this morning we call on the taliban to immediately sees the use of force towards and the arbitrary detention of those exercising their right to peaceful assembly and the journalists who are covering the protests. This comes after. The taliban used whips and sticks on women protesting the new male only government on wednesday. The taliban spokesperson said in an interview that same day that women should restrict themselves to giving birth adding quote. There is no need for women to be in the cabinet. Is it necessary that we should have a woman in the cabinet. Witnesses say the taliban also beat and detained a number of journalists covering the protests. This is just the latest case of female activists trying to challenge the talibans rule and this summer number of journalists covering the protests. This is just the latest case of female activists trying to challenge the talibans rule and this summer where the us saw. Extreme weather and climate disasters is now deemed the hottest summer on record. That's according to the national oceanic and atmospheric administration this summer slightly beat out the last record holder which was the dust bowl summer of nineteen thirty six. The administration reports the average temperature from june july and august was two point six degrees fahrenheit above the twentieth century. Average california idaho nevada oregon utah each reported their warmest summer. On record and sixteen other states had this summer in their top five. That's all for now. We'll be back at five. Pm eastern time with the latest headlines whenever you want them wherever you are and make sure to let us
"each report" Discussed on KOMO
"Welcome back to first light as we approach quarter past the hour. There are storms in the forecast for the hot and dry and fire ravage west. So let's find out now from AccuWeather meteorologist Karl Bobinski. If that means healing rain might be on the way, Carl Michael and upper level trough is pushing into the West Coast on this Friday morning, and since late Thursday it has been generating scattered showers and a thunderstorm or two in northern California. But the problem with this and obviously you think this is a good thing right getting rain in the west in these areas, which have been dealing with these devastating fire as well. Lot of times. Thunderstorms develop and create a lot of wind and lightning but not much rain. So there are red flag warnings that are in effect today for much of southern and central Oregon, also in northern California, because of just that storms may create new wildfires. Because the rain will be lacking, But the wind and the lightning will be widespread. However, there is expected to be some rain in the Rockies heading into Friday night and Saturday. Beneficial soaking expected, for example, near the Glacier National Park in Montana. And still some poor air quality due to smoke and haze all throughout the West, and there are heat advisories out for southern California. Meanwhile, in the east, things have quieted down considerably. While there's still some rain going on this morning in eastern New England that will be coming to an end. High pressure building into the Northeast will provide lots of sun low humidity a bit of a breeze today, but things are setting up quite nicely for much of the upcoming weekend with highs mostly in the seventies and low eighties. So Michael Thunderstorms. A good thing for the West or no. There could be some lightning and wind that could create new fires. That's what we're concerned about. Have a great weekend. Thanks. Carl. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says this summer has been the hottest in the United States since the Dust Bowl. The average temperature in June, July and August 2.6 degrees Fahrenheit above the 20th century average. Reaching the highest point since the summer of 19 36/18 percent of the contiguous U. S had record warm temperatures this summer. California, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon and Utah, each reporting their warmest summer on record and 16 other states having a top five warmest season. July was the hottest month on record for the entire planet. The Justice Department is suing Texas over a new state law that bans most abortions, arguing that it is quote in open defiance of the constitution..
Politics and More Podcast
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"Dying on the shell. Plowed battlefields of france for the principles of democracy. Surely we will not desecrate the cause for which they are giving their lifeblood by permitting. The mob rule which is worse than kaiser ism to steal from us here at home all the essence of a true democracy. The governor responded to the telegram and launched an investigation but smitherman also traveled to do each report on the incident. I called three different research centers to ask if they had the issue of the newspaper.
The Voicebot Podcast
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"They'll spend an hour or sometimes more talking about what they've done what they're doing to move the voice a industry forward. Sometimes we take a quick version have book authors that have done the deep research about a specific aspect of the industry last week. That brought you. Professor joseph tura discussing his new book about the downside. Risks of how some boise ai. Technologies are being used today today. I have another author brad stone. He's the bloomberg news editor that recently published his second book about amazon. And there's a chapter devoted to the rise of amazon alexa. We get into that story today. And how this seminal. Product is shaped consumer expectations and research for the entire industry. It seems fitting that. We're talking about the origins of amazon echo smart speakers in today's episode because this week voiced by research introduced to new reports about smart speaker adoption than the uk germany. Each report includes over thirty charts hundreds of data points and thirty plus pages of analysis. They represent the most in-depth analysis of smart speaker adoption. Does the uk germany and in each we compare the results to the us adoption from voice parts reports from twenty eighteen through twenty twenty one. So a couple of top line findings. Germany has filed the us adoption pattern very closely but about two years behind however there are several differences related to the frequency of use in the top use cases. Gerbils preferred through the devices so that's interesting and uk. The big news is that the adoption rate leapt past the us twenty twenty. Yes that's true hired option raid the uk. Did you us. Even though smart speakers were introduced two years after the us and the uk. so there's also a lot of different uses patterns in the uk as well many insights about how smart speakers are really going to be used going forward. So i definitely recommend you check that out. You can access the reports at research voice by data i. that's research dot voiced by day. I that's not the voice that i- website. It's a separate sub domain website that we have just for our research. We have a couple of articles in voiced by that ai and the findings so one item to look for is consumer privacy sentiment across the three countries. The results are quite a bit different than what most people have suggested. So another finding the type of abuse cases their favourite and how the us is maybe falling behind. Invoice voice commerce. So i hope you take a look. This is some pretty hefty research and offers insight into smart speakers that also has larger implications for the expectations and use patterns voice. I across smartphones. Car and elsewhere see can learn.
WCBM 680 AM
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"Called backs for the wind incentive program. And now I'll talk about get free tacos. Uh so that, uh, I don't know if either as an incentive, we're not. I don't like that because I had my shots and I got nothing You got no, no prize. No incentive. No, I got nothing right? Well, it did in Florida. You have a lottery? Yeah, I know for the vaccine. No, no. Okay. When Maryland played baseball, Santa's land Yeah, At least you have a chance to win something in nearly $40,000. Day being given away up until July, 3rd. And then I figure is what 400 grand is The big enchilada. Yeah. Cinnamon toast, crunch cookie dough and symone roles are here for limited time. So if you like that kind of thing That's out there. Seven lemons Free Slurpee Day usually is on July the 11th 7 11 this year. It's been extended to the entire month of July. So you get free Slurpee every day. That's pretty good. Yeah, it is a good deal. Brain freeze every day. Okay, you know you fix brain freezes. Have you take your tongue and you lick the roof of your mouth of the where the soft palate is apparently works. I thought you'd put a hot biscuit in your mouth. Either. Would would suffice. Because that way it falls out your brain. Chick fil A's bringing back peach milkshakes for summer, much anticipated favorite one of their all time fair. It's good, though. Beach more trigger of, uh, if you like peach. It's delicious, uh, prepared to crave a cinnamon bun because we have some Cinnabon news for you. The bakery restaurant expanding in stores yet again, But this time, it's the beverage category. They now have a cinnamon Uh, Cinnabon about flavored A nutritional drink a protein drink. How nutritional is, would you like? Yeah. So here it is. 240 calories, 10 G of protein 21, vitamins and minerals, including calcium and vitamin D Yeah, in your Cinnabon protein drink. And finally, Chuck, you got some. You got your work cut out for you. Thank you. Headquarters of the Girl Scouts have announced this was in New Mexico. By the way, I saw this story 15 million boxes of unsold cookies this year, Right? 15 million. What do they normally sell for four box? You know, I haven't bought him in a long time. I thought it was like $5 a box, wasn't it? I'll off from a buck 50 free for all 15 million. No, no, no, I'll get my break. Uh and I'll buy 10 boxes. Oh, yeah, Of course. He's quite the philanthropist, isn't it? Yes, I'm helping by 10 bucks is at a buck 50 Girl Scouts take a loss on that, chuck zero gonna be stale in about six weeks. So dollar 50 or nothing. We told you say, we'll call him up and off of that. And the link it back to, you know, they'll take it. You think so? Oh, yeah, but I want to drive boxes times, 2 to 1. So when 30 boxes were buckling first of all, does anybody actually believe Chuck is going to actually paid cash? For any of these girls go well, now that deal. Alright, let's let's be real here. Just that's never happened. I'll give you some spots. Why would like Disneyland tickets and dog? Yeah. Brought to you microscope cookies, right? There will be a new on each report This report writing my thin mints. This report. What do you buy Somalia's report brought to you by Tagalongs that's checking the box on talk radio. 6 80 wcbm. Somebody get a milk man. 52nd year broadcasting the high store still around. Yes, good. Then we'll get high to bring the milk. All right. The log it Kristen. He's off. He's off the charts this morning. All right, Chuck. We'll see it A couple Alright, 6 49 you're listening to K C and company talk radio 6 80 Wcbm, a 99.9 FM in Harford County. The difference between death and taxes is death doesn't get worse. Every time Congress meets his famous Will Rogers saying is more true now than ever. Congress recently passed trillions in stimulus spending with possibly more to come. This is on top of an already massive death of over $28 trillion It doesn't take a crystal ball to see that there is a potential tax storm on the horizon. Your taxes could be going up, and it may be sooner than you think. At a time when so much seems out of your control. When it comes to taxes, you may have more control than you think. Can you avoid the tax storm? Find out today with Flora and DePaula Wealth Partners free tax guy. Get your copy now and avoid the.
Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast
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"The navy and the department benson not been explain what this thing was. All the work done on it nears. -ly navy sailors captured this night. Vision video of three triangular. Something's off the california coast. The pentagon declined our request for an interview but offered a statement. It said the department of defense takes any incursions by unauthorized aircraft very seriously and examines each report as we call it the digital data we expect to close the gap between the identified an unidentified to avoid possible strategic surprise. Always the biggest question is chinese. Is it russian. Could it be their technology and it is. We're in trouble because they're way ahead of us. I don't think i've ever spoken to anyone who is seen more words. Work for rouse interviews as you on this topic. Has there ever been firmed extraterrestrial. We'd have to say no we'd have to say what's confirmed is that we don't know what is let's call ship or an object. We don't know what it is. We can just say what it isn't and you know you can ask yourself well. Then what and of course the will be called. The extraterrestrial hypothesis is in is a valid one. Any maybe it is from some other place in the universe now. The military soup program was only one twenty. Seventeen surprise amour.
"each report" Discussed on Premium Hoops
"Definitely against that. I think there's gotta be charges. You know i think yeah no i you guys a lot. There has been offense foul there. If you just do while right in the chest while i would agree with that okay so i have a few miscellaneous ones in there kinda just you know little fun ones. I guess one of them. I actually got this from online. I don't even know what the article was. But he goes from twenty ten each report or something but how. The all-star draft is on the court before the game like pickup basketball style. Like how it was. In the old days you know. Earn the playground. You know you just pick your team you know. Imagine that on the court ron johnson. Yeah they're all the players lined up in the middle. You just start picking gas. Come to your side in you know you. Don't even talk about game. Plan anything you just go right into it. Straight up pickup basketball As the cute little funding and other than after miscellaneous being all star teams. I think she position lifts yes. Yes one hundred behind s an easy lay but i think yes but also there has to be something in place because like i think if you factor in you know the the idea that generally the regular voters maybe not as knowledgeable about Not high see. I don't want to sound like the same. People aren't knowledgeable about basketball. But i mean like like just because rigo bears only averaging fourteen points a game doesn't mean he shouldn't be an all star and i think just because of how much the general perspective on the nba is based around offense and valuing points like that will be a little bit a at least yes. Okay yeah i would agree that all mba because people who knows for the most part like ninety percent of people who've all mia know what they're talking about so Ninety percent actually generous there but Yes i would agree. Like i think all nba should definitely be position and they should add a third all defense team. Yeah i i agree with that. I mean it's just gonna be. You're just not such a big players that i have another miscellaneous one so we've seen how positive it has been just from the bubble and currently having actual space on the baseline and sidelines. I do not think cameras should return to the baselines. I'm sure they will. And i also think that they should keep the sidelines. How they are. Because you just see geyser like guys are way more willing to go out and contest some of the corner threes and just in general like. I think it's better eighth for the players because they're not running into people on. I don't know. I just think it makes more sense you know like i'm sure it won't happen but i would love to see it happen. Yeah i agree. I think that's just yet on how you can be against. Its place safety. Yeah i agree with that. I also saw some guy proposed players sidelines or like the bench should be lined up on the baseline other than sideline on the high..
"each report" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Have come to demand that Congress. Do the right thing. And only county electors who have been lawfully slated lawfully slated. I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the Capitol building. Peacefully and patriotic Lee make your voices heard today we will see whether Republicans stand strong for integrity. Of our elections, but whether or not they stand strong for a country that's not inciting a damn thing. You want to hear somebody who's inciting a damn thing. Had two from August 2020 go. I know that there are protests still happening in major cities across United States. I just not seeing the reporting on it that I that I had for the first few weeks. They're not. No, they're not gonna stop and that they're not. This is a movement. I'm telling you, They're not gonna stop and everyone beware because they're not going to stop. It is gonna They're not going to stop before Election Day in November, and they're not gonna stop after Election Day. And that should be. Everyone should take note of that on both levels that this isn't they're not gonna let up and they should not, and we should not. Been amazing. Is amazing. We haven't seen Auntie for black lives matters since the election. Have we, Mr Producer Don't remember when everybody was boarding up their stores and so forth and Biden wins, and they don't have to board up their stores anymore. Just pointing that out. I'm going to start this and we'll continue after the break. John Solomon. Just the news. I'll get to the Washington Post in a moment. One thing recent history's taught America's the first story line of major tragedies, Her controversies is never the most accurate. Americans were told by the Bush administration that they were sucker punched by a surprise attack by 11 about 9 11 by terrorists a little earlier in the CIA and FBI. It's significant advance evidence of the plot and its players and found to connect the dots. Susan Rice originally told the nation that the attack on the U. S consulate in Benghazi was carried out spontaneously. By a mob angered by an anti Muslim video. The attack, it turned out was pre planned and carried out by al Qaida aligned terror group in Libya. The country was a short Christopher Steele's associate, providing credible evidence of Donald Trump colluding with Russia. When in fact, the CIA and FBI knew almost immediately was uncorroborated and based in part on Russian disinformation. Now, just a week after the heinous and deadly sea to the U. S. Capitol. The final narrative of what actually happened is still being written, revised and unmasked. Since the weekend major bombshell revelations already have substantially revised Initial story of a spontaneous mob overrunning an unsuspecting Capitol Police force. The FBI admitted Tuesday it received information ahead of the January 6 tragedy, suggesting some participants were planning a war quote unquote on the capital, including killing officers and distributing maps of the complex. Alerted Washington D. C law enforcement through the Joint Terrorism Task Force Alert system. It also disrupted the travel plans of some of the suspected troublemakers. What we developed some Intel that a number of individuals were planning to travel to the D. C area with intentions to cause violence, Assistant Director Stephen and the note to Nero said. We immediately shared that information and action was taken. The great NYPD. The New York Police Department is reported to have given the campus police similar intelligence warnings of impending violence. The chief federal prosecutor in Washington, declared Tuesday he's pursuing conspiracy charges, signaling the attacks on the capital involved multiple acts of multiple conspirators working in concert with each other. Prosecuted, talked about the planning of carefully constructed IED's. Was one such act. In other words, there was pre planning for some elements of Last Wednesday's chaos. And the official timeline of events constructed by the New York Times through videos shows protesters began breaching the perimeter, the capital of full 20 minutes before Trump finished his speech. Okay, now that's The New York Times timeline. This new evidence raises the first compelling question that remains unanswered. How could trump inside an attack that had already been pre planned? It was in motion before speech ended. A senior Intel official told just the news. He's found no evidence that the president, the White House or national Security was alerted. Informal intelligence briefings to the pre warnings or suspicions of violence, the FBI and the NYPD A PD Have admitted they had. This is astounding to me. If it's accurate. I'm talking about the New York Times and watch the post, not John Solomon. That you have information. That individuals are coming armed. They're going to attack the capital building that this is a war and you don't even learned the president the United States. I know what you're thinking. I'm going to ask the question to what did Nancy Pelosi know? What did Mitch McConnell no. They're not tipped off about this. Because apparently the sergeant of arms of the House and the sergeant arms of the Senate were aware of this. And each reports respectively to Pelosi and McConnell..
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"Than 2300. People statewide, hospitalized with covert That's down a little bit, but 440 are in intensive care and it's estimated right now there are about 87,000. Active cases statewide in the state, also reporting more than 400,000 confirmed covert cases since the start of this pandemic doctors in Massachusetts calling for a quicker Colvin vaccination process, there's WBZ TV spill shields the vaccines. We have now required two doses to be effective, but research shows one does offers some protection. So the question becomes, Do we vaccinate a small number effectively or a large number of people with less effective? This scientific evidence right now is that people are protected by two doses. If we can speed up the process by getting the know doses outs to the states have lost the vaccine so they can do it well. I think that's would be great. So doctors are now wondering just how fast the vaccines could be produced. Having vaccines available is not the goal, right? It's vaccination, vaccinating as many people as we can safely and effectively as we can. Right now, there is a lot of research going on about how effective one dose of the vaccine would be. California and Florida have the most confirmed cases of the new variant of the Corona virus, according to the CDC website. Florida has reported 22 of the 52 cases nationwide caused by the very in California has reported 26, Colorado to New York State and Georgia have each reported one as cases search here in Florida Hard Rock Stadium where the Miami Dolphins play. Is now doing testing and vaccinations. Officials say there are about 1000 vaccination appointments available each day. Lionel Boys, ABC News, Miami governor Charlie Baker said this week his administration is working under the assumption that this new, more contagion variant of the Corona virus has already arrived. In Massachusetts and the governor urging residents to continue following health guidelines. 707 to Wall Street Now in business with Bloomberg, Wall Street closed out a winning week with a modest advance. The major averages finished at all time highs, led by the NASDAQ. Get out Jones Industrial average Rose 57, the S and P. Added 21, the.