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Montgomery beats former team as Cardinals blank Yankees 1-0

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 5 d ago

Montgomery beats former team as Cardinals blank Yankees 1-0

"Montgomery tosses 5 innings to record the win in his St. Louis debut as the Cardinals down the Yankees one to nothing the lefty picks up the victory against the team that dealt him away at the trade deadline It definitely feels good Guys are playing such great baseball I'm glad I could come in and kind of keep it going So we're just going to keep trying to play hard and play good Drives in the game to only run with a first inning single the cards have won 6 straight to move into first place in the NL central New York's lost to seize at high four to row Mike Reeves St. Louis

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Pirates rally by scuffling Brewers once again in 5-4 victory

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Pirates rally by scuffling Brewers once again in 5-4 victory

"A second straight walk off win for the pirates which rallied back from three one down to beat the brewers 5 four in ten innings Brian Reynolds scored on a wild pitch to give Pittsburgh the winning run As Derek Shelton's team swept the NL central leaders To get down and continue to battle back full team victory I mean a lot of people played a lot of people who played a big part of it And it's nice to come out of the deadline and play that well for three days From Milwaukee Brandon Woodruff allowed two runs over 6 and a third innings Victor caratini and Mike brousseau homered Josh Valtteri Pittsburgh

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Haggerty hits pinch homer and M's hang on to beat Yanks 8-6

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last week

Haggerty hits pinch homer and M's hang on to beat Yanks 8-6

"Pinch hitter Sam haggerty opened the 7th inning with the go ahead Homer Andres muniz escaped the bases loaded jam in the 9th and the Seattle Mariners hung on for an 8 6 victory over the Yankees Haggerty batted for left handed hitting Jared Kellen against left hander Lucas ludic and broke a 6 6 tie by lifting a one O cutter into the left field stands His pitch is all would come into a right hander so you're definitely looking at trying to get something out over the plate that was going to come in and you know I was just fortunate enough to find a barrel The Mariners victory came just hours after a busy trade deadline across the league including in New York The yanks traded Jordan Montgomery and Joey Gallo ahead of Tuesday's game Krishna Arnold New York

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Mets win 7th in a row; Soto homers in possible Nats swansong

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

Mets win 7th in a row; Soto homers in possible Nats swansong

"Pete Alonso and Francisco Lindor homered and Max Scherzer pitched into the 7th inning to improve his record to 7 and two as the mets meet the national 7 to three Alonzo blasted his 7th home run in the third off starter and lose her Patrick Corbin and Lindor hit a three run shot in the 6th as the mets won their 7th straight What makes me the happiest is our ability to hit with two strikes and then after we're done with that we come to dugout we talk about it You know we help each other out Juan Soto Homer didn't walk three times in what could be his last game with the nationals as the trade deadline comes up on Tuesday Craig heist Washington

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COVID-19 vaccinations add new twist to MLB trade deadline

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last week

COVID-19 vaccinations add new twist to MLB trade deadline

"Arizona Diamondbacks GM Mike Hayes and said the vaccine status of players was affecting trade talks to some degree but didn't believe it would be a deciding factor in many deals particularly for teams that don't have to travel to Canada to play the Blue Jays where there's a 14 day quarantine for anyone unvaccinated several MLB teams have gone to Canada this season without some of their best players and the Blue Jays are on track to make the postseason so theoretically the road to the World Series titled could go through Canada I'm Julie Walker

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 Bell hits 3-run HR to rally Nationals past Cardinals 7-6

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last week

Bell hits 3-run HR to rally Nationals past Cardinals 7-6

"Josh bell slammed to go ahead three run Homer in the 7th inning to push the nationals past the Cardinals 7 to 6 Bell was hitting three O 5 with 14 homers and 57 RBIs as his name is often mentioned in trade talks before the deadline Another possible xnet is Juan Soto who was one for one with three walks and two runs scored Baldy young's two run blast in the 5th gave the red birds a 5 four lead before they fell four games behind the NL central leading brewers Erasmus Ramirez picked up the win with help from Kyle finnegan's fourth save

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Deadline target Tyler Mahle strong for Reds vs Orioles

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Deadline target Tyler Mahle strong for Reds vs Orioles

"Tyler malley shook off a shaky start to help the reds pound the Orioles 8 to two Maui spotted the birds at two zero lead in the first inning before tossing shutout ball the rest of the way He retired the final 13 batters he faced in what could have been his final appearance as a red Maui is one of the most sought after arms on the trade market Jonathan India Joey Votto and Jake fraley supplied homers Dean Kramer allowed two long balls after giving up just four in 47 innings coming in Cincinnati hurlers retired 19 straight at one point and dropped Baltimore one game over 500 I'm Dave ferry

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Mancini finishes homestand in style as Orioles top Rays 3-0

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Mancini finishes homestand in style as Orioles top Rays 3-0

"Dray Mancini hit an inside the park home run to help lead the Orioles to a three zero win over the rays taking three of four from Tampa Jordan lyles pitched into the 6th to earn his 7th win and the Orioles bullpen was dominant again with Felix Bautista earning a four out save Mancini could be dealt by the trade deadline next week I'm just going to go out there every day and keep playing for this team and the name across my chest You know because I love the city and the team and a lot of these guys in here Ryan Yarborough suffered the loss to fall to Owen 6 the rays left ten on base and they finished out at two and 5 road trip Craig heist Baltimore

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The Latest in sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

The Latest in sports

"AP sports I'm David Schuster lots of baseball Tuesday and we begin in New York with the subway series between the Yankees and the mets Tom Marion fills us in The mets won the first game of a rare subway series with both New York teams in first place 6 to three over the Yankees The angst jumped out to an early two zero lead as Aaron judge and Anthony Rizzo hit homers on consecutive pitches off Taiwan walker in the top of the first It was judges 38th Homer this season but the Met struck back for four runs in the bottom of the ending on Homer's by starling Marte and Eduardo Escobar Pete Alonso had a key double in the rally This is just such a great team win and we had so many different guys contributing So this is a really good really good really good wind for us really good team win Alonso had three hits and a walk in the game as the mets maintained their two game lead in the NL east Meanwhile in Philadelphia Atlanta doubled up the Philly 6 to three with Spencer strider getting the victory for the braves Every lineup in the big leagues is challenging And the game is in my hands is the picture And so I don't really think too much about the strengths or weaknesses of the lineup that I'm facing It's more just sticking to my plan and trying to execute what I'm good at In Chicago the cubs won their 6th straight game but they're likely going to be big sellers at next week's trading deadline and that very well could include all star catcher Wilson Contreras Knowing everything that's happening around and I knew he would get to me at some point and which this day never came but it's about business I understand that I respect that And I love my team I love this My team is most other highlights Tuesday Shohei Ohtani hitting his 21st home run in an angels win at Kansas City and Milwaukee outlasted Minnesota in extra innings Pro football news wide receiver Julio Jones will soon sign a one year deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Cincinnati quarterback Joe burrow will soon undergo an appendectomy I'm David Shuster AP sports

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Could the Supreme Court Radically Reshape Elections?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:26 min | Last month

Could the Supreme Court Radically Reshape Elections?

"People sometimes ask me, what is the impact? Of a documentary like 2000 meals going to be. What can you reasonably expect from a film that is, after all, a film? Well, as it turns out, with something like this, particularly when a film breaks out when it begins to be seen by a lot of people, when it begins to become an understood term in and of itself. You don't have to explain what 2000 meals is. You just invoke it and people kind of know what you're referring to. Is it has a reach, kind of like dropping a stone into a pond, the ripple is actually flow pretty far out. And sometimes in ways difficult to anticipate. So here we go, the Supreme Court, just announced on Thursday. This was before signing out and taking off. The Supreme Court said, we're going to take a case in the next session. Now this is a session that we'll have a little bit of a different court, right? Breyer will be off. Jackson will be on. And but this is a case involving elections. And the case of the Supreme Court is going to decide is who makes the rules governing elections. Now, let's turn to the constitution. The constitution says that the time and the place and the manner of election shall be quote prescribed in each state by the legislature thereof. And the constitution says, almost exactly the same thing with regard to presidential electors. So the constitution is in a sense very clear. There's only one group that decides elections and that is in each of the individual 50 states. It's the legislature of those states. So you might think, well, isn't that the way it is now? And the answer is no. We have a kind of complex process in many states. In which a mixture of legislators, yes, but election administrators state judges are calling the shots and this was particularly true in the 2020 election. You had all kinds of people making decisions about voter ID laws, about absentee ballots, about drop boxes, about signature matching, about deadlines for receiving absentee and mail in ballots, for where drop boxes should go. In many cases, these issues would decided without lawmakers having any say at

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1st Time Since 1958, Biden Will Not Offer New Offshore Oil Leases

Mark Levin

01:47 min | Last month

1st Time Since 1958, Biden Will Not Offer New Offshore Oil Leases

"Representative chuck fleischmann Republican Tennessee The Biden administration by the way did not give an explanation after it missed its own deadline to plan future oil and gas leases Interior secretary Deb haaland vowed during a Senate hearing on May 19th to issue a legally mandated program Outlining proposed offshore lease sales Legally mandated Over the next 5 years On Wednesday interior department spokesperson Melissa Schwartz confirmed the agency was quote on track To issue the plan yesterday Thursday But today Schwartz declined to comment on the delay in response to a Fox News digital inquiry The White House did not respond to requests for comment An announcement was slated to take place yesterday but was pushed back for an unknown reason Curious secretary Deb haaland is in charge of that building and charge of all these lands President Biden is hell bent on choking off American oil and natural gas production Senate energy and natural resources committee ranking member John barrasso of Wyoming said now he's fad to fail to follow the law and prepare a final 5 year leasing plan by yesterday's deadline That means the federal government will not offer any new offshore oil and gas lease sales This year This will be the first year since 1958 64 years ago This has happened

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Fox News: Biden Admin Misses Major Oil Lease Deadline

Mark Levin

01:37 min | Last month

Fox News: Biden Admin Misses Major Oil Lease Deadline

"Fox News the Biden administration misses major oily deadline This administration all right Ladies and gentlemen Joe Biden is never ever Going to agree to the production of more oil natural gas coal nuclear energy never They are trying to starve the American people they are throwing sand in the engine of our economy To drive this nation into their ideological grasp What's not being reported is what I've been saying At the same time that they're at war With all of our institutions the Supreme Court the border patrol local police the United States military the list is a long one There are number one enemy is American energy Their number one enemy They would rather deal with a genocidal communist regime in Venezuela they'd rather deal with a monarchy genocidal regime in Saudi Arabia Then give one inch of land Our coastline For domestic production

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Is President Trump in Legal Jeopardy? Victoria Toensing Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:06 min | Last month

Is President Trump in Legal Jeopardy? Victoria Toensing Explains

"Of the January 6th show trial. I'm going to use that phrase show trial. Is the target stuff from a boss president Trump. That's not what you Victoria. How great is his legal jeopardy? Because I've seen a couple of different avenues of attack. First it was, he calls the insurrection. He incited the violence. That's why they've never showed the clip of him saying march peacefully and patriotically to the capital, which of course would negate that. Now, they seem to have switched tactics amid way and say that he's, he raised funds to investigate fraudulent election activities and then did nothing with it and just kept it for his own purposes or political campaigning and they're going to try and use some kind of financial charge. Whatever it is, is he in legal jeopardy? I can't see any basis or legal jeopardy. The latest is what you had at Adam Schiff talking about at the beginning of the hour. Oh, the alternative slate. Yes, let's unpack this. The electors. The alternative electric slate, which was done by the Democrats in 1960, by the way, and nobody went after them criminally. What would the charge even be? Well, that's why Dana bash is such a suck up. Reporter, she didn't report, please report her. Oh, okay. Please. Suck up. It would be a conspiracy to defraud the United States government of faithful electors. That's what it would be. To fraud the United States. But I don't know, but it's got to be something that's going to be something illegal about that. And when it was done in 1960, what is the difference between having a slate of electors, and here's what was in the documents that said, if Trump wins, legal arguments. I mean, language to that effect were in there. It wasn't like we are the other elections. It wasn't we're going to make up the results. No. Only if he wins in court decisions because there's a certain deadline by which electors have to be chosen. So if they weren't

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The Ingenious Proposal by Revolver News to Flip the Script on the Left

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:26 min | 2 months ago

The Ingenious Proposal by Revolver News to Flip the Script on the Left

"There's a fascinating article in revolver news. Revolver is just simply one of the most original investigative websites in the country. It's edited by Darren Beatty, who's been on the podcast a couple of times. In fact, Darren has sent me a bunch of questions to answer to do a kind of a Q&A on 2000 mules and I need to get to do that. I told Darren. I've been under the weather, but I will oblige. I'm also on book deadline, by the way, I'm finishing finishing my book for regnery, which comes out of the end of August. Now, in revolver news, fascinating article about a new idea for the GOP. And the idea is how do you strike back at the kind of defamation that is routinely done by the left of conservatives. And revolver basically says, look, we can get to take a little page out of the Johnny Depp Amber Heard trial. Why? Because there was systematic vilification, really for years of Johnny Depp. He was the bad guy. And what did he do in the trial? He kind of turned it around. And he turned it around by really showing that she was the abuser that she was the one defaming him and that the aggression was coming, at least in many cases, from her aside. And death had to do this in court and essentially overcome a slanderous and malicious and sinister media that had been cultivating this image of depth. So depth success in doing that gives revolver a kind of an ingenious idea. And that is, how can we use defamation law to go after the left? Well, what is the most incendiary accusation that is made by the left? Of conservatives, almost always falls. And therefore, something that we can use to go after them on. And the answer is, it's the charge of being a racist, a white nationalist, a white supremacist now, says revolver. Yes, you can file a defamation case now. But a lot of times courts don't take it seriously because they go, well, you know, they just calling you a name. But revolver says, no, wait a minute. This accusation of being a racist of being a white supremacist or white nationalist can destroy your entire life.

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Next Installment of the Fact-Checker Clown Show

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Next Installment of the Fact-Checker Clown Show

"Never Remember Jacob ray is Jakob Rees is a alleged fact checker He works for politics and nonsense outlets like that He wrote a fact check a while ago Let me read this to you This one's hilarious He wrote this fact check About Maria bartiromo where Maria bartiromo said that you know we were importing half of something half of our oil from Russia and in the fact check admitted that Maria bartiromo was right And then gauge that the fact checked that it was mostly false Jacob Rees we covered it in pretty intimate detail So Jacob ray is strikes again Again he claims to be a fact checker He emailed Christina pushaw Christina push up is a media rep for governor Ron DeSantis in Florida She is terrific She is a bulldog right So Jacob Reyes who tried to and failed to fact check Maria bartiromo and inadvertently proved what she was saying was accurate He sends an email to Christina Pusha from Ron DeSantis is always saying hello I'm writing a fact check on a quick deadline here regarding the following governor desantis claim The claim is this The student debt that is out there almost 60% of it is graduate school debt Jakob says if you'd like to provide supporting material for the claim I would need to hear back by 9 p.m. Meanwhile I'll continue my own research and interviews best Jacob brass Jakob maybe you should have started at your own pointer institute where you worked where the pointer institute wrote an article about exactly this So Christina responds back Jacob you wrote employer pointer recently published research about this topic finding that 56% of outstanding student debt is owed by households that hold graduate degrees I think 56% qualifies as almost 60 Banks Christina pushaw Can it get any worse

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Judge finds Trump in contempt in legal fight with NY AG

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Judge finds Trump in contempt in legal fight with NY AG

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Taxes 2022: Here's how to get an extension from the IRS

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

Taxes 2022: Here's how to get an extension from the IRS

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Tax Day laggards: Consider filing for extension if in a rush

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

Tax Day laggards: Consider filing for extension if in a rush

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"first deadline" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"first deadline" Discussed on KOMO

"The coma 24 hour News Center. I'm Jeff Polozola. Here's what we're following people in King County will soon have to prove they've been vaccinated in order to get into some businesses. The most Charlie Harder has the story. The King County executive isn't calling it a vaccine passport in the latest released from his office. The county is working on what they call a vaccine verification policy for some non essential indoor business activities and other venues. Think bars, restaurants and other businesses. The executive's office says they're working out details of cities, businesses and other organizations. The new verification system would go into effect at least five weeks after the executive announces the policies. Charlie Harder. Como new state workers and teachers not yet vaccinated just missed the first deadline to start the process. Governor Inslee has given those workers until October 18th to be fully vaccinated. Which means he had until yesterday to begin the Moderna doses you have until next Monday to begin fighter. There's word that over the holiday weekend, Washington Federation of State Employees reached agreements to get its members vaccinated. Hospitals in northern Idaho. Now under a declaration of crisis, standards of care, which is essentially healthcare rationing comas. Ryan Harris has more hospitals in our state pledged early in the pandemic not to allow each other to reach that crisis level coordinating to move patients to where they can get the care they need, but it's been a difficult process that hasn't always worked out because our hospitals are stressed. Peggy Curie and administrator for Providence Hospitals in Spokane says the only word to describe their situation is misery. There are people up there on oxygen leaned over gasping for breath that aren't on ventilators. Yet every breath exhausts them. This is a terrible disease. This is a real disease. We're well into 18 months of this, and health care is not an unlimited resource. It's also a difficult situation for Spokane hospitals that work with their Idaho neighbors, but might not have the space North staff to take Go on some of their patients. Ryan Harris Co Mo News. Come on news time 14 Let's get a check of Rhodes. Marina Rock injures in the Divine Law Group Traffic.

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"first deadline" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"first deadline" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"We should have had an early and overwhelming show of military force Simply to send a message to the taliban that we would be the ones deciding when we got out and who would becoming with us We had the ability to have worked more closely with our nato coalition and we could have sent The very clear message from the beginning that there was not going to be any negotiation with the taliban. I mean this is a united states in the united states military. We're talking about here and instead we've just thrown up our hands. The biden administration and basically are in a position almost seems a pleading with them. We sent in our cia director. William burns who apparently seem to negotiate to the talibans deadline of august thirty first so that made no progress whatsoever And as kate just mentioned now we one of the problems with that august thirty first deadline is they have to make a decision now about this because if you are going to actually stick to that then the next few days as she mentioned really have to be about getting our guys out And so this is something that you know you kind of have to fish or cut bait and right now the whole holding out there well. We may get some contingency plans once you begin that draw down. It's not clear you can enact a contingency plan so this is essentially. The taliban dictating america's moves and i. It's a little bit of an embarrassment. I think for biden on the world stage but it has also prompted some real pushback from congress from both sides of the aisle. I mean biden. Said he would bring bipartisanship back to washington..

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"first deadline" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

The South Florida Morning Show

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"first deadline" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

"The south florida morning show with jennifer. Ross in bill adams on newstalk eight fifty. Mtl mortgage jennifer rossville adams. He's trying to get on the veloce coaster universal from what i gather and we can only hope that he actually gets on the darn right because he's been talking about it for two years. Is it universal. Enjoying an extra day off Which well deserved so. I have a good time and happy late. Father's day Diener our producer got his voice back. He's filling in not only get his voice back happy. Belated father's day to you as well and happy birthday. Thank you appreciate that. And you do anything special for your birthday today. No all over the weekend because everybody's working today and all that so all the special things you out of the way okay. Hanging out good. Insure your roofing and your sit back and relax and another one of our favorite fathers here on the show. Is jay ratliff for aviation expert. But here's the getcha. We can't find your opening music again. J i law. It's deaners fault. So blame him and he's been slacking all day today because he thinks it's a seeing i was jabbering away with him before the segment not knowing that he's trying to save his voice. So you know for me on that as well you know you had to hear my friday. Well actually. you couldn't hurt him on friday because bad like every third word it was like a bad connection to talk to you then listen to that bumper music anyway. Okay well aren't you sweet. And we'd rather talk to you. But i i gotta i am. I am incensed incensed this morning. In regard to how much money did the federal government give the airlines to bail them out. I don't know somewhere around fifty. Two billion dollars okay. Somebody else's almost as bad as butts blood pressure time for me l. plates. I i don't wanna make your blood pressure. Go up american airlines already today. I think it's ninety. Seven hundred. flights have been canceled because they don't have any employees. Didn't we give money to bring all those people back we did. But you know it's it's it's kind of out there in kind of their fault in in. Here's here's here's how it it it plays out. It was pr- march into april. When american airlines management came out and said we were going to bring every airplane that we have parked during the pandemic back into service by may thirty first now the pilot union raise their hand and said wait a minute here because we have pilots off for so long for them to be able to sit in the cockpit. They have to go through some recurrent training. Not because they don't know how to fly an airplane but because that's part of the requirement from the federal aviation administration. It's every airline around. The country has to do okay in the problem is you can only do so many pilots per month through the training facility. That american airlines has in the pilot union was saying there are so many pilots that are out that we can't physically get all of these people through the trading by that may thirty first deadline. That's not realistic. Okay can airlines says. We're going to do it anyway. Well here we go into june and they don't have enough time for the seven thirty seven to fly the aircraft. What they're doing is they're canceling between fifty and eighty flights a day mainly seven thirty seven flights Until they get this everything caught up which is gonna be. I hate to say this mid july early july. So if you're scheduled to fly american airlines which obviously down there no one does right if you're on a regional carrier you're gonna be okay if you're on a flight that has a seven thirty seven flights scheduled..

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"first deadline" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"first deadline" Discussed on AP News

"Rope. Taken our vice president. Al. Come on, They won't get over. You have to go to the timing of the call is significant. According to Tuberville's account, the call took place several minutes before Trump tweeted it to 24. That Pence didn't have the courage to challenge the election results. Might Grassi a Washington The first deadline for the Census Bureau to deliver redistricting data was March 31st. Bureau officials at first put that off until the end of July because of the pandemic. Now it's the end of September. The data includes counts of population by race, Hispanic origin, voting age and housing occupancy status at levels a small as neighborhoods. It's used to draw voting districts for Congress and state legislatures. The delay will cause a chain reaction. Some states will miss their own legal deadlines requiring laws to be rewritten or asking the courts for a delay. Candidates may not know what district they would live in by the filing deadlines. And 2022 primaries. They have to be moved, but not the general election that November. Tim McGuire Washington The Census Bureau again delays the delivery of data used to redraw congressional and legislative district's across the country. The first deadline for the Census Bureau to deliver redistricting data was March 31st. Bureau officials at first put that off until the end of July because of the pandemic. Now it's the end of September. The data includes counts of population by race, Hispanic origin, voting age and housing occupancy status at levels a small as neighborhoods. It's used to draw voting districts for Congress and state legislatures. The delay will cause a chain reaction. Some states will miss their own legal deadlines requiring laws to be rewritten or asking the courts for a delay. Candidates may not know what district they would live in by the filing deadlines. And 2022 primaries. They have to be moved, but not the general election that November. Tim McGuire, Washington call 1888 Farmers to switch and you could save an average of $470 on your auto insurance. That's a lot of money in just a few minutes with savings like that. You could be lounging on an impractical amount of ornate and overpriced throw pillows he bought for your couch. But you won't because you're better with money than that. That's why you're calling us in the first place. Call 1888 Farmers to get a quote today are farmers nationwide Annual savings ever dated December 2020 100,.

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"first deadline" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"first deadline" Discussed on AP News

"President Thinking. Vice president out and they will get off. We've got to go. The timing of the call is significant. According to Tuberville's account, the call took place several minutes before Trump tweeted it to 24. That Pence didn't have the courage to challenge the election results. Might Grassi a Washington The first deadline for the Census Bureau to deliver redistricting data was March 31st. Euro officials at first put that off until the end of July because of the pandemic. Now it's the end of September. The data includes counts of population by race, Hispanic origin, voting age and housing occupancy status at levels a small as neighborhoods. It's used to draw voting districts for Congress and state legislatures. The delay will cause a chain reaction. Some states will miss their own legal deadlines requiring laws to be re written or asking the courts for a delay. Candidates may not know what district they would live in by the filing deadlines and 2022 primaries may have to be moved, but not the general election that November. Tim McGuire. Washington The Census Bureau again delays the delivery of data used to redraw congressional and legislative district's across the country. The first deadline for the Census Bureau to deliver redistricting data was March 31st. Bureau officials at first put that off until the end of July because of the pandemic. Now it's the end of September. The data includes counts of population by race, Hispanic origin, voting age and housing occupancy status at levels a small as neighborhoods. It's used to draw voting districts for Congress and state legislatures. The delay will cause a chain reaction. Some states will miss their own legal deadlines requiring laws to be re written or asking the courts for a delay. Candidates may not know what district they would live in by the filing deadlines. And 2022 primaries. They have to be moved, but not the general election that November. Tim McGuire. Washington Thank staying on top of your family's health is more important than ever this year. And getting an annual eye exam is an essential part of it. So use your renewed vision benefits at Pearl Vision..

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"first deadline" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"first deadline" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"October first deadline fast approaching Arizona Republican congresswoman Debbie Lesko has introduced a bill called the trusted traveler real ID relief act which would allow people to use their precheck certification instead the real ID to hope to help to avoid major travel disruptions legislation is in the works to better assist widows and families are first responders in the event of a line of duty death was some benefits not kicking in for six months to a year after the death state senator David goings bill hopes to fix that by providing additional housing coverage they would have up to five thousand a month sixty thousand total for the year could receive the benefits to help them bridge to get to the next benefit package another bill hopes to ensure surviving spouses benefit in the event they remarry number closures in London Bridge in like have issue as city officials will put an end to closing the bridge for special events safety reasons and residents concerns of the two major reasons why lake Havasu city officials believe that the time is now to make the change the last scheduled event for the bridge to close is February twenty third for the annual line dance DJ our eyes on education leaders in mesa public schools are meeting failure following on authorized pay raises and hires costing four hundred ten thousand dollars that money could have gone to classrooms not six figure salaries we have asked for additional adults support instructional aides for our classrooms but no one seems to care that's teacher Kathy zinc on board clerk Marcy Hutchinson says her colleagues trusted X. superintendent amber calmly when she told them staffing changes wouldn't touch the bottom line we were kept in the dark now we have some numbers and we can make some decisions Conley quit in December the board as told.

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"first deadline" Discussed on Election Ride Home

Election Ride Home

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"first deadline" Discussed on Election Ride Home

"A quick item. I've been wanting to talk about four about a week. Now we keep having these candidates it's show up at either file or not file for primaries in various states. Those filing deadlines are driving both political action and political Komo News. But what does it take to actually get on those ballots like specifically. What action does the candidate half to do? In order for that candidate's it's name to show up on a ballot next year. Well it is a state by state process. Obviously but I want to look at Alabama as a key example because it is the first deadline in in the nation and it was the one that put Bloomberg in the spotlight it was also the one that revealed for sure that Jeff sessions is on the hunt for his old Senate seat so reading reading here from a story in the Montgomery advertiser by Brian. Lyman quote to get on the Alabama Democratic presidential ballot candidates must gather signatures from from five hundred registered voters or at least fifty voters. From each of the State's seven congressional districts. Applicants must also pay a two thousand and five hundred dollars filing fee representatives of Bloomberg arrived at Alabama Democratic Party headquarters. Shortly after four PM on Friday he qualified just just before four thirty PM. Bloomberg's representatives declined comment as they left the building and quote so this is a pretty typical process but it also may explain explain why a candidate like Mayor Wayne. NESSIM missed the Arkansas. Filing this process requires people on the ground in that state they have to gather hundreds of signatures signatures and yes most campaigns do that via those clipboard. People out there on the street or at college campuses or whatever and they have to fill out paperwork generally at the the party headquarters and they have to pay a fee and all of this stuff requires people lots of them in lots of places okay. So that's the Alabama process us. Oh just repeat that with specific variations for every single state. And you're in. I think this is just one example of why campaigns need your money you to get through this process..

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"first deadline" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"first deadline" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The new US troops in the Middle East help to prevent a resurgence of isis in the region defense secretary mark as prison Afghanistan current game plan is for those forces to reposition into western Iraq and then to two nations one is to help defend the rock and two is to perform a counter ISIS vision as we sort through the next steps president trump has canceled plans to host the next summit of world leaders at one of his golf resorts in Florida correspondent Chris in homes with the president's tweet we will no longer consider trump national Doral Miami as the host site for the G. seven twenty twenty we'll begin our search for another site including the possibility of camp David immediately and thirties in New Orleans hope to use a series of controlled explosions to bring down two cranes that have been leaning precariously over the remains of a partially collapsed hotel numerous city blocks near the disaster site have been closed off since last weekend I'm in Kate's and I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters in the U. K. Michael go the cabinet minister in charge of preparations for the UK to leave the European Union without a deal said today the government is getting ready for that to happen go said prime minister Boris Johnson does have the support to win a vote on the brakes a deal he negotiated with the E. U. but preparations to leave without a deal you to be in place go over speaking on Sky TV's Sophie ridge on Sunday said that should parliament reject the Johnson deal in a vote expected this week there might not be any extension to the October thirty first deadline we're following the story of a Goldman Sachs group investment banker who was arrested over allegations of insider trading the SEC says Brian Cohen vice president league to non public information for almost three years in exchange for cash as part of an international insider trading scheme that led to two point six million dollars in fraudulent gains Goldman spokeswoman says the bank was unaware of the allegations until Cohen was arrested on Friday investors will be focused on earnings in the week ahead with a full slate of reports Bloomberg's Karen Moscow reports earning season his full swing in the coming week with companies including Amazon Twitter McDonald's in caterpillar among some of those reporting we'll get a report on existing home sales Tuesday on Thursday the European central bank sets monetary policy and also get a look at durable goods orders and new home sales consumer sentiment is out on Friday they were in Moscow Bloomberg radio it's time to say goodbye to European central bank president Mario Draghi is he overseas as final monetary policy meeting this week before his term ends October thirty first strike he will be succeeded by Christine Lagarde though the change of leadership isn't likely to shift the ECB's policy stance global news twenty four hours a day on air added tictoc on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg.

"first deadline" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"first deadline" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Proposed brexit deal next week the move comes after lawmakers back the motion to rule out a no deal exit during a rare session of parliament yesterday I will tell all friends and colleagues in the eighty year exactly what I told everyone in the lost eighty eight days but I've served as prime minister do they would be bad for these democracy after losing the vote in parliament prime minister Boris Johnson says he'll introduce legislation on his agreement to leave the European Union on Monday Johnson is up against a in the October thirty first deadline to complete a brexit deal and the upcoming Batman movie has its villain Paul Dan now is been cast as the Riddler Jeffrey Wright will play commissioner Gordon's only Kravitz's Catwoman as noted before Robert Pattinson will play Batman in the latest version of the film franchise which will focus on a young Bruce Wayne the bat Madden is scheduled to be released in June twenty twenty one and singer uncle Kracker is getting props for breaking up a bar fight Michigan prosecutor Eric Smith says uncle Kracker whose real name is Matthew Schaefer got in between a person who had been denied service and a bouncer before things got ugly was just about to get to that stage when when Shaffer jumped in and really stopped it from getting there in the fight happened over Labor Day weekend problem in upland on the two ten so it's a vehicle fire on the two teddy spotted campus Avenue that's over on the right shoulder that certainly get your attention as you drive by that area fifteen north out in the cold passed at the one thirty eight with a crash blocking the center lane looks like that's clear into the right shoulder still a bit slow from Cleghorn road and we have some road work going on in Santa Clarita five south Bob from match about parkway to the fourteen the left lane is taken away there till ten AM ko fai this guy helps get you there faster.

"first deadline" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"first deadline" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I'm angry with Washington fewer surprise yesterday is House Judiciary committee, chairman Jerrold Nadler issued a subpoena for the full Muller report. Just twenty four hours after the redacted report was released Nadler issued a subpoena ordering the Justice department to release the full report along with underlying information NatWest said he's working with Justice to reach what he calls a reasonable accommodation. But he adds I cannot accept any proposal which leaves most of congress in the dark Nadler set a may first deadline for the department to comply Capitol Hill. Correspondent Wally Hindes reporting. Joe Biden appears to be making final preparations to join the race for the democratic nomination. Three people with knowledge of Joe Biden's plans. Tell the Associated Press the former vice president will join the race next week Biden would be the oldest and most experienced politician among the eighteen other high profile Democrats have already announced presidential bids in while he will enter as a front runner he faces questions about his age. He's seventy six and. Whether his more moderate record fits with the party. That's become more liberal, President Trump's Republican allies have privately warned Biden, might pose the greatest threat to that has been Thomas reporting the flu season dragging has now become the longest in recent histories. We get more details on the outbreak. What people can do about it from correspondent, John Scott this flu season has officially been going on for twenty one weeks along as you as flu season in ten years, and among the longest since the government started tracking the flu season derision more than twenty years ago. What makes flu linger and unusual? Second wave of flu hit just as the first way was starting to fade, some experts likened it to two different flu season's compressed back to back into one. The good news is that a CDC official says the season should be over soon. Correspondent.

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"first deadline" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:50 min | 3 years ago

"first deadline" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now from Ken Doyle editor for money and politics for Bloomberg government is in our Bloomberg ninety nine one studios in Washington DC. So can tell us about the rule. Yeah. Well, this has to do with when somebody has to declare that they're a candidate and start filing for disclosure reports with the Federal Election Commission. We we're coming up on a deadline. Soon April fifteenth not just for income tax filings. But it's going to be the first deadline really of the twenty twenty presidential election campaign. We'll see that a dozen democratic candidates file will get a sense of where they are in terms of their fundraising appeal, but the one candidate that's not gonna file who's actually leading in the polls right now is former vice president Joe Biden, and Biden has a lot of flexibility to decide when he's going to register as a candidate and start filing these reports, and the reason that he has that flexibility is because of this recent ruling and other rulings by the FCC going back to previous campaigns where they say it's really up to the candidate decide when you're a candidate and start disclosing your finances. If you're if you're a declared candidate and had a campaign committee registered with the FCC, you're in a very regulated world you have to limit your contributions you have to take contributions only. Really only from individuals not from companies and unions. If you're not a declared a federal candidate, you're not living in that world. You're you're you can have a lot more flexibility in terms of raising money from other sources potentially and also not having to to file reports disclose how you're doing financially. There's a lot of thought that Biden who may might be a little bit behind some of the other candidates, and fundraising doesn't want to have a bad kind of publicity hit from from a low fundraising report that he might have to file in in April. So if he delays until say next week when he he might announce he won't have to file his first quarterly report until July. Well, these other candidates will be filing reports, and we'll be taking a look at them and trying to assess what their appeal is in terms of their their. How they're doing with campaign contributions. So can is there any criticism of this new ruling as possibly opening up potential fraud or misuse, yes. I mean, this was a divided ruling. This is a party line ruling as has become pretty common at the FCC where the the Democrats say and the and actually the FTC staff said based on their on previous on earlier rulings from earlier years, the FCC had been much stricter about you know, when a candidate is out there making public appearances starting to raise money having all of the signs of being a candidate. They have to start keeping track of how much money they're raising for the campaign, first of all and then register and start to file reports. And this was a case this this most recent ruling came out of the the twenty sixteen campaign had to do with Rick Santorum who was one of the dozen or so Republican candidates running in two thousand sixteen in that race. That Trump prevail in and. Many of those candidates held off registering because they wanted to go out there and raise money for nonprofits for super PACS and other things, but not have to have that count as their campaign money or have to file reports and the FCC in this most recent deadlock decision Republican said that was okay. The Democrats that it wasn't okay case dismissed, and and people have a lot more leeway to do with whatever they want to talk about the practical impact of this on presidential campaigns. Because part of the game here is always make your opponent. Think that you've raised more money? Yeah. A big part of that is as I said with the Biden, the guests is that Biden doesn't wanna have report where he's but this new rule now allows allows the candidates to examine it. Whatever they want. Very he wants to go and it gives him the the ability. I mean, if he really my suspicion is if he's made the decision he's going to run he's probably gonna announce next week or soon after because it's after April first, and that means you won't have to deal with this April fifteenth deadline, which goes through the first quarter, and he'll be out there actually open Lee raising money for his campaign. Like these other candidates. I don't know if you get them, but I've been getting emails lots of emails every day from all of these democratic candidates, increasingly desperate. We've. Seven million in twenty four hour. He'll still be under pressure from the press and other people to say how much he raised after we had Beethoven Rourke and Bernie Sanders raising so much he won't have to say anything because he went after fire up. We can say what he wants to say about it. And he'll be able to say, look, I just started my campaign, right? These guys have been out there for weeks with their emails raising money and making appearances he's been talking. He's been out there and he hasn't been social networking skills. And he doesn't have the he doesn't have that explicit appeal of please give me money yet from from thousands of donors. And so he's has he has an how can say, well, I'm just starting up my campaign, and if he's and he's going to have to show, of course, at some point that he is why -able in terms of the whole deal. This year seems to be showing that you have viability with a small donors raising small contributions. And I think Biden is going to have to show that at some point. But he's got a little bit of a more time. To get that underway. Ken Doyle, editor for money and politics. Bloomberg government always on it. Thank past him. Thank you, can let's get back to Bob moon now for checkups.

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"first deadline" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"first deadline" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Tway down, but once reaching six thousand feet, the jetliners starts a rapid dive slamming into the water of the bay people on board are believed to have died. Two bodies have been recovered. President Trump says he's pushed back the March first deadline for a trade deal with China because talks between the two nations are going, well, the mall report may be nearing completion. But how much or any of it will be made publicly will obviously subpoena. The report we will bring Bob Muller into testify before congress. We will take to court if necessary. And in the end, I think the department understands they're going to have to make this public California Democratic congressman Adam Schiff chair of the house intelligence committee on ABC's this week. A Vatican summit on clergy abuse has ended with some suggestions. From the pope survivors say however, they don't go far enough Vatican. Organizers say the abusing priests of the eight victims of sex abuse, they chose to share their testimony during the four day conference here at the Vatican may still be active as priests they say the victims didn't provide them with names of the priests. So they don't know if they're still in the priesthood mind boggling Irish sexually abused survivor. Maree Collins says she's shocked about akin would take taken any interest whatsoever in whether their abusers have been removed from ministry church own in any way, sanctions Megan Williams, ABC news, Rome R Kelly spending another night in Chicago jail. The NBA star hasn't yet posted bond. You're listening to ABC news. Arizona's news.

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"first deadline" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"first deadline" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"An NYPD officer was killed line of duty. How Michael von board, Jon Stashower in sports, the Rangers islanders and devils. All on the road. They all law. Saint John's won in overtime over Butler. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg daybreak on Bloomberg Radio New York, Bloomberg ninety nine one Washington DC, Bloomberg one zero six one Boston Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco, Sirius XM one nineteen and around the world on bloombergradio dot com. Via the Bloomberg business app. Good morning. I'm Nathan Hager. And I'm Karen Moskow. Stocks around the world are rising on hopes about breakthrough and trade talks with China. We're coming up to six hundred one on Wall Street, and we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg s&p futures are up five points this morning. Dow futures up fifty seven NASDAQ futures up about twenty six the Dax in Germany's up two tenths percent. Cac in Paris up three tenths percent. And the Footsie-100 up half percent said Nikkei two twenty five in Japan. Gained wanted a third percent. The Hang Seng in Hong Kong up one point two percent. Ten year treasury up to thirty seconds yield two point six eight percent yield on the two year two point five one percent. Nymex crude oil up one point one percent or fifty eight cents to fifty three sixty eight a barrel. Comex gold little changed up sixty cents at thirteen fourteen sixty an ounce the euro dollar thirteen nineteen and the yen one ten point six eight Nathan Karen, let's begin with President Trump's new. Matori tone on trade talks with China president. Now says he could let the March first deadline for higher tariffs slide. Ten percent for two hundred.

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"first deadline" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"first deadline" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"SAT scores. Well, the testing cartoon dog not so sure here's the story. She is a dancer Camilla Campbell wants to go to FSU the crop high school senior is all said, except she missed the January first deadline to get her SAT scores in the reason educational testing service or ES t the organization that oversees the SAT is saying her score is invalid her attorney said a marked improvement or I score indicated to eat s that she likely had prior knowledge of the tests. I wonder how often this happens like is this a common thing that they deal with. And usually it doesn't get attention. Because that seems screw it almost seems like something that would discourage people who are taking the SAT for the second time is all you wanna do is get a great scores. You can go to a great college. If your entire future kind of hangs on that and your score on this one stupid tests. That's a shame. And then you do well. And you say you didn't. Cheat and they go, well, we can't prove it. But you're not getting the other person. I I don't know. I know 'cause they only mention her in this story. And they said she dropped the case. And now she's done fighting to validate her SAT score. Let's go to the dispatches. Here is my cousin MOS with a dispatch from the news junkie out real.

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"first deadline" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"first deadline" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is a Bloomberg business flash. It is indeed seventeen past the hour. Just when you thought you could Claire a declare an arm assist in the US China trade where President Trump confirmed an earlier report, he's not gonna make with president Xi before the March first deadline on those new tariffs. Raises the possibility that we may go from ten percent all the way up to twenty five percent on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods. Interestingly a record earlier in the day from the UN was talking about the number of beneficiaries that may emerge in that scenario. Mexico could see an increase of its exports to the tune of about six percent under that scenario right now in Tokyo, Nikkei weaker by one point three percent the end stronger here at one zero nine seventy two against the dollar cost beat down one percent. And in Sydney, the ASX two hundred weaker by three tenths of one percent. The RBI cutting its GDP forecast for the year through June from three and a quarter percent down to two and a half percent question is how much is China related Sony. Shares up more than five percent on board the company's gonna buy back one hundred billion yen worth of its common stock. Let's get to San Francisco for some global news at Baxter's there in the Bloomberg nine sixty newsroom. Ed. All right. Douglas, US government is books. Several hundred beachfront hotel rooms and denying the time the president and the second Kim Trump's summit will take place F an N report the plea places not been publicly announced for the summit. But you think this might be a clue US? President Trump has tweeted several times a day house. Democrats are carrying out a campaign of presidential harassment says stealing White House employees to investigate possible. Foreign influence of the president Japanese Prime minister Shinzo Auburn avenue to take step by step approach to resolving the island territorial dispute with Russia Amazon's Jeff Bezos says a National Enquirer his threatened to blackmail ham and has begun an investigation to see if it was politically motivated to try and stop the Washington Post from publishing stories critical of President Trump in San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Kathleen, Ed, thanks so much. Let's get right back to our discussion now with Carla Hills. She was the US trade Representative under president, George H W Bush from nine hundred eighty nine thousand nine hundred ninety three she. -ccomplish so much in those years working on the omnibus foreign trade and competitiveness act going after the likes of Japan. Brazil negotiating NAFTA working on the did the GATT general agreement on tariffs and trade in the erg y around. Massar hills over talking to our producer, Denise Pellegrini before the show and back in the day when you were going to Japan and working on trade. She notes that you were now only one of the first high-level women officials in an administration the United States you were like a rockstar proportions are run after you. And I want you to just you could make any analogies between what was happening in Japan with trade negotiations, then and what you see with China now because right now with China, it looks to so many people like nothing can get done, but you did make progress with Japan. I think you have to have a strategy of what you want to accomplish. And then you have to understand the problems that they negotiator on the other side of the table faces if you don't understand their political limitations and their economic limitations it's hard to to develop a really affect affected strategy. So that you can both. We've your way through the second. But I hope we can get there with China. It would be a win win because the two largest economies are so interrelated economically that to have a disconnected would be incredible. In fact, there was a study out today that showed that we would suffer the loss of a million jobs if the three zero one tariffs on China were raised from ten percent to twenty five. That's extraordinary. It does seem like this is very public and very loud and very abrasive. It's not normally the way that one does business with China. But then it's an extraordinary problem. And it's really been in place for such a long time. Do you like the tone that the Trump administration is pursuing? I think that you know, I hope they're sending their team over this next week. And I hope that they can sit down and work through some of the problems because the solutions to some of the.

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"first deadline" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"first deadline" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Global look ahead of the top stories for investors in the coming week. I'm Bob moon in New York. Another round of trade talks is on tap between the US and China for more. Let's bring in our daybreak Asia team, Bryan Curtis in Hong Kong and Doug Christner in New York. Bob, the US and China have tussled almost daily heading up to the next round of trade talks in Washington January thirtieth and the thirty first President Trump's tweets the vice president one she John's comments. At DAV owes back and forth has been extraordinary and has added much volatility to market and the two sides of even quibble over talks about talks as a preliminary round did not take place and it's unclear if they were actually scheduled as to the talks themselves. What is clear is that intellectual property rights protection technology transfer and other structural changes will be front and center and joining us for some discussion of this current Bloomberg's chief Asia economics correspondent before we get to the. Those structural areas. And let's talk first about Chinese purchases. And in a sense almost get it out of the way. Well, it does feel like we're moving to the business end of these negotiations. Now, don't forget we're approaching the March one deadline next week would be very serious because he presents. She's top economic advisor in the room. Terms of vice-premier, as you mentioned, there seems to be viewed at the good side of things can be noted IOT, which is essentially China's willing to buy more produce made in USA, but the much more difficult and thornier areas are going to be coming opened a much greater focus on that's your p that's concerns with John is industrial and economic conditions. And the the extent to which I mean, there's gotta be some kind of enforcement structure to I think that's going to be a complicated issue. When it comes to whatever agreement is is a chief. I mean, how is that verified? Right. Will exactly this is one of the key lines and coming out of the conversations when I'm listen observers of this process. Yes. We know that China has made promises before there's a phrase a phrase Ona's pumice fatigue when it comes to China opening up its markets in its its economy to allow foreign competitors in. So this time around is a feeling the US will have to try and enforce any agreement which will involve monitoring the China for compliance. And that's the kind of thing that some observers say to me might irked Chinese that the debtor deal won't be taken in good faith, but they will be held up against some converse scorecard periodically. And I think it raises issues that whatever is agreed could I could've been claps and to thank you very much. That is Bloomberg's and occur. In our chief Asia economics correspondent, I'm Doug krizner along with Bryan Curtis in Hong Kong. You can catch us every weekday here for Bloomberg daybreak Asia beginning at seven AM in Hong Kong, six PM on Wall Street, Bob. Thanks, doug. And brian. The trade talks will not be the only thing in focus in Washington special counsel, Robert Mueller's investigation goes on for more. Let's head to our Bloomberg ninety nine one newsroom in Washington. And check in with Bloomberg. Daybreak anchor Nathan Hager, we just saw evidence of that in dramatic fashion. Bob with longtime Trump adviser Roger stone arrested in an early morning raid stones accused of talking about hacked emails from WikiLeaks. With a high ranking Trump campaign official reportedly Steve Bannon stone spoke out after he was released on bail Friday, I will.

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"first deadline" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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09:31 min | 3 years ago

"first deadline" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Percent. We've got gold down two tenths of one percent twelve seventy nine the ounce. West Texas intermediate crude up now by one percent at fifty three seventeen apparel a rally in semiconductor shares doing little to ease concern, the US and China maybe further from a trade resolution than Beyers had hoped right now, we have got the Philadelphia semiconductor index pushing higher up now by five point seven percent after the bell. We will be hearing from Intel itself now by three and a half percent. It is one oh two on Wall Street time now for the market driver's report with a focus on American depositary receipts. And here is Dave Wilson. Thanks, charlie. Eighty yards are falling along with US shares the S and P agr index is down about two tenths of a percent and the S and P five hundred also though or by two tenths of a percent. China's education has dropped six point one percent in US trading. The turing companies. Revenue for the fiscal third quarter was advertisement and Bloomberg survey by the narrowest margin in four years tear yells fourth quarter sales forecast was aligned with projections. South Africa's Vodacom group has fallen eight point three percent. The unit of mobile phone company. Vodafone reported fiscal third quarter sales in its home market fell nine tenths of a percent. The drop contrasted with year ago growth of six point two percent. And the eighty yards of UK base Vodafone are lower as well. They're down four point seven percent Switzerland's S T microelectronics is climbed ten and a half percent. Despire chips for Apple's iphone forecast. Sales will start rising on a quarter to quarter basis during the second quarter and S T micro is part of that broader rally among chip stocks that you mentioned Charlie and so are some of the Asian ADR's Taiwan's SM. See is up two point eight percent and China's semiconductor. Manufacturing international has gained six point three percents in US trading. Alright Bloomberg's Dave Wilson tracking those American depositary receipts and got him inch couple of the airlines. They're flying higher after earnings American up. Four point two percent, southwest ticker L, UV love it is up. Now by four point six percent. Recapping stocks mixed the Dow the s&p lower NASDAQ higher SNP down seven a drop of three tenths of one percent. I'm Charlie pelletan. That his Bloomberg business flash. All right, Charlie. Thank you. We want to get back to our interview in the last hour with commerce secretary Wilbur Ross and telling our David Westin on the upcoming next run a trade talks between the US and China which are going to be in Washington next week that quote, we wanna make a deal, then we believe the Chinese would want to make a deal joining us now for more on this is Sarah McGregor. She's a Bloomberg news economic policy team later. She's in our Bloomberg ninety nine one studios in Washington DC. Sarah, g you get any new headlines any information from the commerce secretary that might signal that these talks are, actually, progressing, and progressing. Well, he did tell us that there's been a lot of preparatory work done for these talks. And that he expects the be statements after the meetings January thirtieth and thirty first when Leo hood that the trades are from China is coming here to meet to try and make a deal with just a month left before their March first deadline to escalate tariffs. So we'll take that as a signal that they you know, that we we can't expect to know some measure of progress that's being made. Of course, if there is no statement that would be a sign that things didn't go. So. Well, so I think that's that's sort of a a little bit of the new information that we we learned from Ross today. He again, he just repeated the fact that China buying some Ellen g you're soybeans. Those are the easier issues to agree upon but the harder ones are these structural reforms intellectual property rights. China reforming its economy market access. And that's where there's there really is no deal yet in the want to see progress next week. And yet he did say earlier in the day, the trade is very complicated. And there are lots and lots of issues. So is that optimism or pessimism? Yes. Earlier in the day that the commerce secretary Ross said, do, you know, the two sides were miles and miles apart. And he sort of couched that in the in some language that he followed up with saying, you know, trade agreements are hard, and again, these structural reforms and China will not be something easily agreed to, but I think it does give an indication that if if reforms of the make or break issue, they're not there yet, the two sides aren't there yet, and it would be really hard for them to to probably get to a place that would be checking off everything the US has asked for at least. So the, you know, the big issue now will be where how far is the US willing to compromise? What what's the baseline to accept in terms of China? Reforming its economy. One of the other things you talked about was the government shutdown. If we just talk about that for a moment, we are hearing more and more for more. We actually heard from one of the administration's top economists as well that the shutdown may. Hurt the economy actually may result in like no growth in this quarter. What else are we hearing about that? Yes. Kevin Hassett, the White House counsel of economic advisers, chairman has said that if the shutdown extended through March there's a chance of zero economic expansion this quarter, we heard from Larry cudlow today who said you know, that the immediately the economy would bounce back from that. If there was a situation where you know, there was a huge hit to the economy during the shutdown in these next weeks and months that that immediately there, you know. The US would get right back onto its feet because the fundamentals are so strong. So I think what's really changed in the past week or two is that communists are really starting. Now to take a look at the impact that that the shutdown might have on the economy, you know, for the first few weeks, it seems like it was a temporary issue, and it was affecting obviously workers who get paid federal workers but not having bigger repercussions. But now that's really starting to to shift and change in their does seem to be some economic implications going forward is there a sense that these are communists are getting that message across to President Trump any sense of pressure. Absolutely. I mean, we see that, you know, the two sides are still pretty sack now Denison the Republicans. And in still asking for for what they want out of a deal. But one would think it would get to a point now where the wider implications for the economy if are going to play much bigger role into their thinking, and so we haven't really seen that we saw jobless claims, for instance, today fifty year low that of course, doesn't include the federal workers there separate they're not included in that main count. But the economy's still going pretty strong. So I think that's on the side of Trump right now. And we want to mention that the secretary Russ did say that the administration is painfully aware of the hardships that some federal employees have been furloughed are enduring and that he did say that the president is doing everything he can to reach a compromise with Democrats on this to end the shutdown so Sarah McGregor. Bloomberg news economic policy of team leader, you'll stay on top of it along with your team. Thank you coming up on Bloomberg politics policy power in law. The president of Venezuela is under unprecedented pressure with the political crisis going on there in his country on who is the rightful head of state, the president weighed in on that as we've been reporting, but first let's get back to five mode now for a check on world and national news pita, those comments you mentioned from the commerce secretary stood up quite a tempest today on the day. The Senate is set to vote on two competing bills aimed at reopening. The federal government President Trump is continuing. His war of words with house speaker, Nancy, Paul. Trump took to Twitter late this morning, noting that Pelosi told reporters that she doesn't understand why the administration continues to inflict hardship on federal workers. Trump responded, very simply without a wall. It all doesn't work, and he added we will not cave. What Pelosi was really questioning earlier today was a suggestion from Trump's commerce secretary Wilbur Ross that those unpaid workers could get loans, and he added I don't really quite understand why they're seeking charity. And make cake kind of attitude or call your father for money or. This is character building for you. It's all going to end up very well just as long as you don't get your paychecks. Don't under- quite understand why Ross sought to temper his earlier comments in a later interview here on Bloomberg contending the administration is painfully aware of the hardships facing federal workers. Pelosi said she's optimistic. The Senate will pass a Bill from the democrat led house today to restore full government funding the bulletin of atomic scientists today decided not to move its so-called doomsday clock from where it has stood since last year, the head of the group, Rachel Bronson causes symbolic timing. The new abnormal and blames it onto main existential threats nuclear weapons and climate change. It is still two minutes to midnight remaining the closest to midnight that the clock has ever been set. He it's advanced by a symbolic one minute in the past couple of years. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than. Hundred twenty countries. I'm Bob moon. The.

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