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Biden shatters record with $364.5 million haul in August
"Eye catching news is the fundraising numbers that Biden is reporting for the month of August according to the new. York Times his campaign received more than hundred sixty, million dollars for the entire month, which would blow pass Barack Obama's previous record set in two thousand eight. The months numbers were helped by two huge events, the Democratic convention, which is Essentially A. Four, night commercial or telethon, and then announcing Comma Harris has his choice for VP, which apparently led to the campaign racing forty, eight million dollars in the forty eight hours after the announcement not to be outdone trump in the RNC said they raised about seventy, six, million dollars during last week's convention whereas Biden raised seventy million during the Democrat convention. But this huge month from Joe definitely cut into trump's fundraising
Joe Biden leads President Trump in national poll
"His past week the Democratic National Convention took place this coming week Republican convention will be happening as well and with both of these happening, we are firmly into the general election. But what do the polls show about the state of the Presidential Race Joe Biden continues to maintain lead but that is narrowing and while Biden, has his supporters. Voters are really more united opposition against President trump for more on what all the polls are saying right now, we'll speak to Stephen Shepherd politics editor. At politico. We got a boatload of polling over the past few days leading into the two conventions here and but it shows is some slight tightening from earlier in the summer when Joe Biden was up routinely around ten or twelve points in the polls over president trump that now averages out just seven or eight points in a number of those polls tightening slightly one poll tightened a lot more. But that looks like more of an out wire a couple of polls actually showed Biden's lead. Widening those look a little bit like out lighters overall, it shows a slightly tighter raising. You're absolutely right about this being the kickoff really for the general election, we have the two party conventions. By the following week you first absentee ballots and a swing state North Carolina, go out to voters in the mail the week after the Republican convention. So we're talking about really the election is as we are going to know it in this sort of pinned era really being on our once we. Get through these conventions and it's GonNa be interesting to see because usually when we have a convention that party gets a bump and with the Democrats Convention being virtual and who knows how exactly how the Republican convention is GonNa play out are those bumps going to be comparable? Another thing that we're seeing is that or Joe Biden it's not necessarily hey, we support Joe. Biden. We Love Joe Biden. There's some of that but most of his vote is coming in as opposition to president trump. This is something that I think. We've looked at over the course of the past few months where you see a relative enthusiasm gap when you ask people how enthusiastic they are to don't folded ended it president trump's supporters and. Whether it's in parentheses or on social media are very active here his rallies or about him horror. So Biden, it is more about for his voters seems to be more about kicking out the incumbent president and NBC News Wall Street Journal poll out on Sunday Fifty, eight percent Biden supporters said there was more about opposing trump just thirty six percents that it was about voting for Biden for. Trump voters, seventy four percents they were voting for trump because they meant it as a vote for trump only twenty percent of trump voters they meant more as against Joe by. So you have this kind of asymmetry where go Biden's voters are enthusiastic about voting. They're just a disaster about voting against president trump not necessarily copilot and it'll be his challenge over the next couple of months to keep. Those voters in the fold one point I wanNA make on Convention bounces is Democrats as may recall or initially supposed to hold their convention in the middle of July five weeks ago. The idea was having an earlier convention would give them momentum through the summer carry through the Olympic Games would have been in the early part of this month would be ending right around now and that would set. Their nominee up well, even going into the Republican convention. In late August, obviously, they put back hoping that they could buy some time and still have an inverse invention with that didn't happen. We're stuck with these back to back virtual conventions and I think that's going to blunt both the virtual nature of the conventions, and also the timing factor Republican convention begins just four days after the Democrats conclude. Limit what kind of momentum each party I think can get out of this four-day infomercial that part looking to put on over the next couple of weeks. What kind of bump did the naming of Kama Harris as the running mate for Joe Biden? What kind of bump did that provide I know and the first forty eight hours they got forty, eight, million dollars. So the fundraising part of it was kind of their but polls, what were they saying about it? Well we see only a few polls conducted after Joe Biden named his running mate and they're pretty consistent with the polls that were conducted right before earlier last week. So I don't know that it changed the race a lot but what we saw is overall voters telling pollsters that they approve of the choice Joe Biden made arguably a safe choice choosing an experienced candidate who has exposure on the national stage voters got to know her during her presidential campaign in twenty nineteen CBS News of a Washington. Post. CNN. SRS sound maturities practices choice to that's not uncommon majorities approved of John. McCain's choice of Sarah Palin in two thousand eight in the first days. Obviously. Whereas well with voters over the closing couple of months of that campaign. So it's not unusual for there to be enthusiasm around the right after it's made the Salads or Democrats and for Kamo houses to keep that going the her momentum going through the convention this week, and obviously the other key moment for her and for Vice President Mike Pence Day or debate in early October
A-Rod, bidding for Mets, wants players to accept cap system
"Alex. Rodriguez is trying to by the mets I don't know if you've talked a lot about that. He's one of the evil is trying to buy the mets here called for baseball players. To accept the type of revenue sharing system that is tied to a salary cap and sparked quick. From the Union is going to sat anything. The unions GonNa like that. He says the only way it's going to happen where they share more of the money. Is that they get to the table and say the number one goal. Let's get from ten to fifteen billion, and then we'll split the economics evenly, but that's the type of conversation instead of fighting and fighting against each other, because there's too much competition out there right now and people have noticed the irony. Of a-rod! Asking for a salary cap given that I think he signed the two contracts over in the to fifty. Yeah wasn't the first one to ninety four and the second one was two hundred and fifty mil. You made four hundred forty eight million dollars in his big league. Career. He saying different times. Different Time Leverage Is Different Connecticut it's a different time now that I'm an owner. Yeah, feel differently. If I think we should. Baby caps some things out there, so maybe not maybe not the right message, even if it is a right message might be the wrong messenger. Perhaps
Sinclair Broadcasting Agrees to Pay Record Penalty to End FCC Probes
"One Sinclair broadcasting is paying the largest civil penalty involving a broadcaster in the federal communication commission's history the SEC says Sinclair agreed to pay forty eight million dollars and comply with efforts to close three open investigations involving its ill fated acquisition attempt of Tribune media stations in twenty eighteen Tribune media eventually terminated its merger agreement with Sinclair the largest owner of local TV stations around the country locally Sinclair owns WJAC V.
Sinclair Broadcasting Agrees to Pay Record Penalty to End FCC Probes
"Sinclair broadcasting will pay the largest civil penalty involving a broadcaster in the federal communication commission's history the FCC says Sinclair agreed to pay forty eight million dollars and comply with efforts to close three open investigations involving a feel fated acquisition attempt of Tribune media stations in twenty eighteen Tribune media eventually terminated its merger agreement with Sinclair which is the largest owner of local television stations in the country locally Sinclair owns WJW channel
Investigation: Mayor’s office received $500K offer asking mayor to help close private land deal
"Bears usher Turner denies knowing anything about a local business man's possible offer of a bride chasing you hold concession contracts bush airport in twenty seventeen you said an email asking for help from city hall and Turner in landing a three or forty eight million dollar private real estate deal in west Houston you reportedly close the email by offering five hundred thousand dollars to the charity of Turner's choice if the land deal went through Turner denies knowing about the offer until local media asked about it this week but the trail of emails seems to contradict
'Bad Boys' tops box office for third straight week
"Few films have been raking in the cash bad boys for life has topped the box office for the third straight week the Sony pictures film starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence brought in seventeen point six million dollars to claim the number one spot the studio says the third installment became the highest grossing film in the franchise with a hundred and forty eight million dollars a clip saying bad boys to the World War one tale nineteen seventeen notched a second as the film continues to build momentum as an Oscar contender it was a bumpy start for new comers Gretel and Hansel and the rhythm section which barely cracked the
Micron stock rises 4% after earnings, revenue top estimates
"Go investors are giving thumbs up to micron technologies quarterly results out after today's closing bell the chip maker reported adjusted earnings of five hundred forty eight million dollars with the revenue falling thirty five percent from a year earlier to five point one four billion dollars that did top
UN agencies raise alarm over weakened fight against hunger and malnutrition in Asia and the Pacific
"This is the news and brief from the United Nations. For U N agency said on Wednesday that three million undernourished people a month needs to be lifted out of hunger until the end of twenty thirty. If the sustainable development goals are to be reached the Food and Agriculture Organization Human Children's Fund World World Food Programme and World Health Organization are calling for urgent action to put nutrition at the heart of social protection programs throughout the region and a new joint report. Highlighted that an estimated seventy seven million children under five with stunted last year and thirty two point five million and suffered from wasting the latest figures make for grim reading on top of rising numbers of children and adults who are overweight or obese across the region while social protection can potentially help to eradicate hunger and malnutrition the report notes the need for more research into how they are impacting the poor especially women and children people with disabilities and indigenous people the UN agencies hope these findings will inform dialogues member countries to improve food security and nutrition across Asia and the Pacific moving to Palestine Prime Minister Mohamed Sta and UN Humanitarian Coordinator. Jamie McGoldrick launched on Wednesday a humanitarian response plan for twenty twenty calling for three hundred forty eight million dollars. Mr McGoldrick explain that the plan prioritises aid to those in greatest need the UN humanitarian coordinator painted a picture of years of occupation including an ongoing blockade of Gaza which has left one in two Palestinians and in the territory in need of protection and assistance about seventy six percent of the requested funds target the Gaza enclave multisector efforts verts will be made to deal with ongoing emergencies including rights protection and providing access to basic services for the most vulnerable while working looking towards political solutions to reduce humanitarian needs. Mr McGoldrick spelled out that it's critical. The international community strongly support support the plan and finally to Egypt where independent UN human rights experts called on Wednesday to end the arbitrary detention and ill-treatment of human rights defender Rummy. Carmel Sayyed Sally Mr Rami Come L.. WHO had documented attacks on Coptic Christian? Churches was arrested arrested questions and allegedly tortured on two occasions last month. Currently in pretrial detention Cairo. He's charged with being part of of a terrorist organization and using social media to spread false news threatening public order however neither he nor his lawyers have. I've seen any documentation relating to the charges. Both arrests coincided with the rights activists application for Swiss visa to speak at a the UN forum on minority issues in Geneva on Twenty eight and twenty nine November. Mr Rami Kamel has worked with. UN rights by these in the past regarding the forced displacement of Coptic Christians since September more than three thousand people have been arbitrarily arrested in nationwide crackdowns including including academics lawyers media representatives and prominent opposition leaders. The Independent experts asserted that no person should face intimidation harassment or reprisals of any sort for participating in or contributing to the work of the UN and human rights mechanisms. The experts have been in contact with the governments of Egypt seeking clarification on the case. Lisk Fiji U._N.. News.
"forty eight million dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Did you know that Charlie's angels has been remade again yes I did know that I did not know that and and till yesterday yeah when I saw that it's Elizabeth banks who is the filmmaker for it yeah when I saw that Kristin what's her name is Anna because she's the one of the vampire movies all that Kristen Stewart I was I want I just was I'm out I'm out at night and no interest at first now if they would have brought back you know Drew Barrymore ten and what's your Lucy Liu and and and hammering DS I would've been like that was fine it was totally fine I see that remake not the ones like the not the second one or the third one however many there were they were like two I think about it but it was it was fun like Sam Rockwell is in it that was fun those are fine movies but these are not they don't look fine but why if we just did that why are we doing it again because nobody has any creativity in Hollywood anymore okay and this is what they're doing and so Lizabeth banks is like a god like feminism and let's do it again I am so creative and I'm gonna do Charlie's angels because that's never been done before let's do it I mean I just don't understand why we keep needing to do it I she's blaming the fact that it sucks on sexism well so apparently it opened this past weekend and it did not have a very good weekend it had a budget of forty eight million dollars is according to the Daily wire before marketing costs before marketing and then it took in eight point six million in the US nineteen and some change million globally and so if that's a total of twenty six million worldwide that's not great that's half of what it costs to actually make it yeah so of course before that even happen though Elizabeth banks who you may know from such things as being happy in the hunger games she said hi this this movie has to make money she told this to the Herald sun people have to buy tickets to this movie too if this movie doesn't make money it reinforces a stereo type in Hollywood that men don't go see women do action movies that's a bunch of bull people want to go see peppermint I yeah I still need to see the center for garner's in that and it's a kick **** movie it's a great movie and she's she's the star of it and it did well yeah I think it did pretty well she's and my husband loved that movie yeah and he's an action movie kind of guy we went to see together she was great in that it's a and it's harder it's all her she's great well they also there's the the the issue of Wonder Woman which was like a wild success yeah a wild she says that's because it's comics in Memel Memel go see movies like the Marvel movies and stuff like that but how can you explain the success of their previous Charlie's angels movies because those are successful so how does she explain that you know and do use I would assume went to go see that wasn't just women that want to get out of movies you know so I think it's just these movies suck your movie sucks maybe it's you yeah maybe it's you a as with banks yeah maybe should have done something else besides this are just not do this at all I just don't I me Y. immediately that makes women look weak we had that we go to this one because men don't want to see women she pulls the sexism card instead of looking in the mirror and saying you know what I just made a crappy movie yeah and then in response to the criticism that we have like why are we doing this again she said you had thirty seven spider man movies and you're not complaining I think women are allowed to have one or two action franchises every seventeen years I feel totally fine.
"forty eight million dollars" Discussed on WJR 760
"Over even though governor Witmer. sign the state's twenty six budgets Monday evening she used her veto Burhan on those because of budget cutting almost a billion dollars from them this morning she blasted Republicans for that budget the legislature was never serious and they negotiated amongst themselves and passed a series of budgets that restrict access to healthcare threaten our public safety and wide nurse skills gap. this is what we can send economy and makes it more difficult to attract business and compete with the rest of the world the governor says one example of the problems with the GOP budget it's cuts to the corrections department the phony road plan cut critical funding from state departments that we need to protect health and safety just one example is the department of corrections were they arbitrarily cut forty eight million dollars. now the governor's one hundred and forty seven line item vetoes did include the elimination of funding for the very popular pure Michigan tourism campaign tourism is the industry in Michigan all the behind articles agriculture and if you are looking at the kinds of taxpayer supplements that we provide for the first and compare it to pure Michigan if they. now state senator Mike Shirky speaking with Frank back when they're both G. O. P. legislators and the governor say they will go back to the table to work out and budget that works for everyone police say those who broke into a controlled burn to place a clip of **** and a digital Billboard along I seventy five are now in more hot water Auburn hills police say the crime went from a misdemeanor to a felony when surveillance video showed the pair breaking and entering into that building police learned about the video only from motorists passing by the Billboard company which is owned by the group won't the Pontiac Silverdome immediately took it down and they have been cooperating in the investigation can wriggle ski W. J. R. news jurors will be allowed to consider the so called castle doctrine in the murder case against former Dallas police officer amber Geiger she claims she mistakenly entered the wrong apartment and killed twenty six year old Bob the machine correspondent ed lavandera reports the castle doctrine so legal notion that allows someone to use deadly force in their own home defense lawyers are arguing that because she thought she was entering her own apartment that she was defending herself and she had every right to use deadly force prosecutors are calling this defense garbage. W. J. R. news time ten thirty three checking wallstreet this hour the Dow is now down one hundred and ten points nasdaq remains in positive territory up five for W. J. R. news summary Osborne more the Frank back when show in I don't understand it and it frustrates me why.
"forty eight million dollars" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Commercial free five o'clock hour is coming up next we'll start with the five eight five and then later on in the program Chad special moments his last one before he goes off and air forces all right so our final trending topic with about a school that has a special feature there bill they're building a brand new place nothing better than going into a brand new school always feels really good grace nothing's ruined yet you can sit on the seat in the bathroom and not have to worry about what's happened in there before you but I mean the bottom line is these folks you're thinkin Hey you know what if we ever have a tragedy or a possible tragedy happened we have some built in features that might help us so here's what forty eight million dollars gets you okay forty eight million dollars for school for school what well you know something that's actually that price down said sound reasonable sounds low to me and the Allen stadium was sixty five million I the McKinney stadium was seventy million you you're gonna have to forgive me that seems a little low to me I wish I was a major Kasese I yeah I would have thought a bit maybe eighty million or some like anyway go ahead doesn't matter hi so anyway it came in a forty million the school have remote control locks on the doors I like that impact resistant film on all windows okay now when they say impact resistant does that mean with a hammer are bullet or what imagine it's a little bit of both okay but those eventually featured enough go away yeah they used to tell us that when I was a KRLD over the ball park you know we're on the first level there then the glass at the bottom was bullet resistant yeah I can only take a few I think it's like body armor yeah a mentally breaks down yeah we kind of wanted to be bulletproof but there is kinda like a silencer there's really no such thing correct so film on all classroom at least as we understand it this is pretty clever okay curved hall ways to reduce shooters sight lines okay that's and that's interested seems like it would cost a lot now this is just make of building that's a circle yeah that's it well the it you know that's actually kind of a cool sounding cool sounding concept yes now once again I need more details finest understand what this looks like but they say barricades to hide behind yeah I don't know what that means all right yeah here's the thing though if you if you're the if will that be kind of bad **** if they were like bullet proof lunch table so you could just throw up kind of old school mob style and under for highs and underneath there's there's other weapons he can return fire yeah I'm trying teachers table special yeah I'm trying to understand though they have a I mean most people come back in and shoot up a school our students yes so wouldn't they have gone through all the drills are where the hiding places are as well okay the the remote control door locks that that is helpful the impact resistant film that's helpful yeah curved hallway self it's a good one yeah you know barricades the only thing about their kids are still barricades like that they may know where they are yeah we still got to get around them yeah so and I don't know do these like come out of the wall I don't know I create some type of obstacle course you know day it will a remote control button from the principal's office and suddenly walls come out and now you have to set you up the serpentine path through these that actually bad that's not bad although I don't know then it looks like some type of course from American gladiator exactly yeah you're gonna have to earn this one I don't know that's a that's an interesting concept but said the fact that we even have to think about that though well I mean it is said we have to think about it but if it's only forty eight million yeah makes a big difference and when they would have that mon and pitcher ideas I would have brought up the deaths that you could turn over yeah they had weapons underneath yeah it's a good return fire yeah for at least where the teachers eight during lunch yeah hi I don't well that have to be that would have to be locked in key secret though but I imagine well that but that is a semi joke that is it actual job at the barricades I wanted to see how that works yeah I'd like to see a map of that that would be sweet if they all this and that came out looked of some of the lockers moved over and she the center para que yes left right left right farther this way in that way I also don't know why you know for those who've seen defense she covered what somebody takes the painting off all the seven doors drop down yeah it really kind of capture the person yeah to me that seems like a cheaper ask fix yeah but you're going to capture everybody have sure everybody nobody can get outdoors locked when that sack if you are just one of the few yeah if you want to close down and it is just you and him yeah yeah the last guy out now I to argue though that everybody else is saved now now I have a life I know I think you got you got a lead that I know you can okay I am from it so I'm gonna tell you right now and we all know that more people are gonna die well I I I like the idea of the curve hall ways lines are good yeah I like that automatic door locks enough or whatever the remote control yeah I like everything on here I'm not sure why you have automatic door locks so this is a remote control they're not on a mac okay remote control but why do you need that way look I see a guy coming in and I could hit the but then you are the chances of that are here's the thing though do you think I. shooter is less likely to do it if he knows that there are those doors that come down in a trap him I don't think I think you know what I think that the idiotic mindset of these people I think they were considered a challenge I don't think it was I don't think it will do anything that you have to look at this well it convince somebody to not do something now your thanks okay help but I think it will give other people it will level the playing ground a little bit the playing field will be a little bit more in favor of the victim if they have time to move their reality again is these things usually take place and they're over within a couple of minutes that's why the police are rarely on the scene this thing that happened in Dayton a few weeks ago yeah that's a rarity the police got there and took this guy out in thirty seconds nine people still killed so thirty seconds nine people that sold now this is to give people a fighting chance this is going to dissuade anybody you got somebody's got a death wish they're gonna die suicide by cop they're gonna die taking their own life but they're gonna take everybody whether you got plenty of people like that we got a sick society filled with lots of sick people I think I having this argument though doesn't eventually end up okay how can we stop we have more people like armed guards around to me that seems like that's the conclusion you always kind to either take all the guns away it was not set up more people with guns yeah here's the thing though you're the armed guard you have to be at the right place in the building let's say you got an armed guard when I say you got a letter not just one okay you got you got an armed guard at every entrance of the building every single entrance yeah nothing's happened for five years here I've been are a I know all these kids your dad before that you'll be the first guy shot and you won't even have time to notice what's going on because you will have gotten so relaxed in that job I guess you're saying or kids aren't.
"forty eight million dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"But it's but it's pronounced coke and the cook brothers are now one fewer of this morning it's eight thirty nine on Orlando's morning news summer she dealer in every computer we told you about the H. away that told the family they had to take down the Porto Rican flag outside their home will now it seems the flag can stay at least for now United States Army veteran importer Rico native Francis and Thiago as been fighting the issue because the H. always by laws don't specify which flags are prohibited she's urging the board to make the rules clear in equal so no one can misinterpret their decisions she said I'm at ease because they don't face a fine right now but let's see how this goes the H. away reminded St Tiago that the issue was nothing personal to her or to the Porter Rican flag orally news ninety six point five W. DPO well if you're stuck in traffic on I. four yesterday you know about that bridge on the east side of Ivanhoe Boulevard that is damaged barely a subcontractor hit the beam all demolition was under way left outside line and west on I four was close to ten thirty last night of what they're calling an abundance of caution F. dot says the put support underneath the damage Harian say they didn't feel there was any danger to drivers they're working with the investigation what exactly happened but added that the bridge is supposed to be demolished sometime in the next few months we just got this open Mike from a driver thank you S. T. L. construction nothing like being stuck in traffic on a Friday morning Earnhardt still plans to race at Darlington next weekend after a plane crash in Tennessee he said he's getting daily treatment on a sore back to get well enough to drive in his one race this season Earnhardt and his family were headed to Bristol when his plane skidded off the runway and caught fire well with this recent spate of mass shootings across the country lot of schools are looking for creative ways to keep kids safe Michigan as an idea when the Freeport high school opens in twenty twenty one the building will have several safety features built in that their superintendent believes could one day become standard going forward the school have remote control locks on the doors impact resistant film on all the classroom windows and curve hall ways to reduce shooter sight lines plus barricades to hide behind clocking in at forty eight million dollars the superintendent in minutes our ask is that our community be very understanding keep the eyes on the prize because when our high school is done it's going to be magnificent slowly news ninety six point five W. T. B. L. good morning it's eight forty one now nineteen minutes until you're late to be got to be there by nine o'clock would not be a sweet gig.
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"Mascot which the magazine says has been a staple since nineteen fifty six as it continues to lobby its NATO ally the US for greater presence in the country Poland celebrated its armed forces national holiday on Thursday with a parade featuring more than two thousand six hundred soldiers the flyover by any Croft included American F. fifteen fighter jets Dimitry show took place in the southern city of cut of VJ in the presence of police leaders in the US ambassador to the US for the tree began increasing military drills and rotating troops in and out of Poland and other countries on NATO's eastern flank of to Russia's annexation of the Crimean peninsula from Ukraine in twenty fourteen U. S. president Donald Trump you should tool to visit Poland later this month and plans to send a thousand more U. S. troops there New York City committed suicide Jacqueline as more the sixty six year old financier accused of sex trafficking was found dead in his New York jail cell last Saturday now the medical examiner's office has released a statement saying the autopsy and other evidence confirm Epstein hanged himself at the federal jail he had been placed on a suicide watch last month after he was found on his cell floor with bruising on his neck but that watch had been lifted the Attorney General says apps dean's death remains under investigation I'm Jackie Quinn house Judiciary Committee Democrats are planning to cut short their summer break and return to Washington early to work on gun violence bills there's no word if Republicans on the committee have been invited action follows a mass shootings in Dayton and el Paso house speaker Nancy Pelosi says there's only so much the house can do without a job it says the bill that will save the most but to defend president trump Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of expressed eight new openness to gun legislation Peter Fonda son of a Hollywood legend who became a movie star in his own right both writing and starring in easy rider has died means nice guy due to means regular sort of person the walls don't look like you're from this part of the country looking down here CG don't get in any anything fun to produce easy rider and co star Dennis Hopper directed it for a meager three hundred eighty thousand dollars in nineteen sixty nine one on the gross forty eight million dollars worldwide that was a substantial sum for its time it's since been listed on the American film institute's ranking of the top one hundred American films he put his family says he died at his home in Los Angeles he was seventy nine says they be ready news until a few days ago and Tonio Bosco was planning a small funeral for his companion of twenty two years Margie Rick record one of the twenty two people killed in the el Paso Walmart shooting but that was before the funeral home got involved posting online welcoming anyone to attend her services they came by the hundreds I come to this side of the became a couple the move to all pass with just a few years ago one from Los Angeles with a few someone who lived in New York on nine eleven she was compelled to attend her son Harry Dane record who lived is lives in harm Omaha told The New York Times that when he and his brother and sister were children the family didn't have much money infrequently moved his mom working a number of jobs to augment her husband's.
"forty eight million dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In land some people posted pictures of department of homeland security agents turns out it wasn't an immigration raid at all homeland security officers were helping the attorney general's office with an on going investigation on something completely different police lieutenant Mike Koenig says he can understand the panic by some residents the hot topic on the net and especially where it's a lot of immigrants in this community pay attention that type of stuff none of that information was accurate yeah that was put on social media can access his department does not enforce immigration laws but they will assist other agencies when their **** he wants to make sure immigrants feel safe when they called police to report a crime getting Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio the White House is extending protections that allow about seven thousand Syrians to live and work legally in the US that decision by the homeland security department extends temporary protected status for eighteen months for those who have been in the U. S. since the summer of twenty sixteen temporary protected status is granted to countries hit by natural disasters or war and let citizens of those countries remain in the U. S. until the situation improves back home China is threatening retaliation a president trump goes ahead with planned teraplex on Chinese goods more from correspondent bills M. for president trump announcing ten percent tariffs on another three hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods effective on September first for the first time however the terrorists will include devices like cell phones and laptops a huge hit on the U. S. consumer who will end up picking up the tab in fact these tariffs primarily target consumer related products which will impact the U. S. Senate send more then the Chinese for example the parents would add about seventy dollars to the cost of every cell phone entering the United States from China some analysts are now suggesting with this move president drop may have tripped and fallen on his sword a spokesperson for China's foreign ministry says while the country does not want a trade war with the U. S. it's not afraid of fighting one the U. S. is formally withdrawing from a nineteen eighty seven nuclear missile treaty with Russia known as the I. N. F. CBS's Cammy McCormick is at the Pentagon secretary of state Mike Pompeii said in a statement that Russia alone is to blame for this decision he said the U. S. has tried repeatedly to bring Russia back into compliance but it is a serial violator of arms control agreements the treaty had banned either side from stationing short and intermediate range land based missiles in Europe senior administration officials say Russia deployed cruise missiles throughout its country with the ability to strike targets in Europe the current Pentagon budget includes forty eight million dollars for research on potential military responses to the Russian violations of the I. N. F. treaty the options do not include a nuclear missile a stamp of approval for man's best friend the postal service releasing a series of stamps dedicated to military working dogs the collection featuring for breach German shepherd Labrador retriever Belgian Malinois wall and Dutch shepherd the melon why is a breed that partnered with sergeant Sean Gannon was killed in the line of duty last year Nero the dog was also injured but is now fully recovered taxpayers get a close up look at the controversy swirling in one northern California school district the question to destroy or not to destroy a mural at George Washington high in San Francisco it depicts slaves working at Mount Vernon and a white pioneer standing over the body of a native American more than one hundred members of the public took a look the African Americans.
"forty eight million dollars" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"All right gonna break for a little bit of news right now we'll update that news behind the news Mike right now on came J. it's Erin Abadia twenty three state governors during California's farted gives the federal EPA over vehicle mileage standards agency is up to soften automotive mileage requirements on grounds of making them stricter will increase costs and keep older cars on the road longer EPA national highway traffic safety administration putting together a final rule which is expected to be sent to the White House within weeks presto merrily Brenda using his legal powers to strike several high profile items in the city budget first new mayor leave brand officially signed off on the city's budget Monday but not before striking seven elements from the nearly one point two billion dollars spending plan the mayor vetoed the funding for advance peace program that sought to pay criminals not to break the law and brand also vetoed funding for the city's immigrant affairs committee and Fresno Historical Society in a statement brown said the city funded as many priorities as it could afford which reiterated this budget comedy recently made here on KM Shea I'd like to see before I finish January two thousand twenty one there were at least close to that ten fifty seven eight thousand jobs Alexi unemployment rate under five percent Fresno's budget does include more than three hundred and forty eight million dollars for the general fund which brown says allows the city to maintain its current levels of service Ruth Michael's K. M. J. news two families left homeless after blaze storage is part of a home in southwest regional markers called to self determine just north of whites bridge around eight thirty last night residents told bar part is that they were cleaning up the yard and attempting to burn garbage when the flame spread to the whole minutes attic was the bars as a home is now complete loss the Dow down sixty six points right now nasdaq up thirty three expecting does a sunny skies this afternoon ninety three degrees in Fresno sixty three are low tonight seventy seven right now on radio city news on the hour on the half and when it breaks America badia newstalk five eighty one of five nine K. M. J. thank you Erin telling up in just a couple seconds here we should be hearing from Michael Joyce who's the deputy press secretary for the are and see what Michael gonna be talking about gonna be talking about the departure of Eric Swalwell from the presidential race on the democratic side congressman from California and wall rat we may as well talk about one down the one comes in Tom's dire also from California billionaire likes to spend his money on commercials you know opting to impeach trump he's in I would have thought Tom star would have been in there a lot earlier than now he was saying that he was out and now he's made the official decision to be and so we'll talk about that and so much more curious statement coming from Elizabeth Warren she finally did it she said it coming up right after this came J. mother nature has a way of delivering.
"forty eight million dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"F twenty two raptors sit at the ready. So if you turn around there's a wall of stars that we have and every time we conduct intercept star up as a turnaround, icy plaques, a lot of them. They line, the wall, each small thin, block rectangle or would represents in intercept time when fighter jets were sent up to meet and potentially shoot down foreign aircraft a snapshot in time of where we accepted, what type of aircraft, we intercepted and the, the date. These plaques decades almost like a time line of tensions between the two countries eighty nine nine hundred ninety one. So that's the end of the Cold War. Right. That was the end of the Cold War. The plex slowdown around the time, the Berlin Wall came down then stop completely by nineteen ninety four guys sitting here for this mission intercepting Russian aircraft and nothing just practising practising, practising practising then in the early two thousands. I noticed the plaques pick back up again. And then we started in more Russian aircraft. In fact, just last week in an unusual show of force more than a half dozen Russian bombers and fighter jets were intercepted off the coast of Alaska. Thanks in large part to NORAD radars, but three radar sites at the center of this operator are now in jeopardy because of climate change CIC used to protect them along with the support buildings airstrips needed to keep them running. But now that Arctic ice is melting storm surges endanger, the radar sites. The air force says it's all happening way faster than predicted it will cost a small fortune to protect these radars at just one location. A mile long seawall made of stone will total forty eight million dollars and costs for the other two sites. Haven't even been released yet. Want to get my eyes on one of these radars up close. Ameet air force. Colonel Dan lemon at the basis airport recording. Record as we did a play where we're going we're going to ten city on the Bering Sea, I plan to visit radar at sea levels, one of the ones threatened by climate change. But because of weather in logistics, Colonel lemon says we're going to ten city on a clear day. You can see Russia from there. Hopefully told me that supposed to be a clear day. But in Alaska. The weather can change on a dime. But let's keep that way. Ten cities a spectacular radar station perched high atop a mountain and almost invisible, because it's painted white like the snow. We get into a small plane with two propellers two pilots to PR staffers and the guy. Colonel lemon calls chief his right hand man, I sit facing the Colonel, and we just chat. I asked him what he thinks of Alaska. People always say,.
"forty eight million dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio
"These plaques go back decades. Almost like a time line of tensions between the two countries nine hundred ninety one. So that's the end of the Cold War. Right. That was the end of the Cold War. The plex slowdown around the time, the Berlin Wall came down then stop completely by nineteen ninety four we had guy sitting here for this mission intercepting Russian aircraft and nothing ten we were just practising practising, practising practising, but then in the early two thousands. I noticed the plaques pick back up again. And then we started intercepting more Russian aircraft as you see, in fact, just last week in an unusual show of force more than a half dozen Russian bombers and fighter jets were intercepted off the coast of. Alaska, thanks in large part to NORAD, radars, but three radar sites at the center of this operation are now in jeopardy because of climate change. Used to protect them, along with the support buildings and airstrips needed to keep them running. But now that Arctic ice is melting storm surges endanger, the radar sites. The air force says it's all happening way faster than predicted it will cost a small fortune to protect these radars at just one location. A mile long seawall made of stone will total forty eight million dollars and costs for the other two sites. Haven't even been released yet. Want to get my eyes on one of these radars up close. Ameet air force. Colonel Dan lemon at the basis airport. Colonel recording can record as we walked to the plane where we're going we're going to ten city on the bearing sea. I plan to visit radar at sea levels, one of the ones threatened by climate change. But because of weather in logistics, Colonel lemon says we're going to ten city on a clear day. You can see Russia from there. Hopefully, the pilots told me that supposed to be clear day, but in Alaska can change on a dime, but let's keep that way. Tin cities spectacular radar station perched high atop a mountain and almost invisible, because it's painted white like the snow. We get into a small plane with two propellers two pilots to PR staffers and the guy. Colonel lemon calls chief his right hand man, I sit facing the Colonel, and we just chat. I asked him what he thinks. Alaska people always say,.
"forty eight million dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio
"These plaques go back decades. Almost like a time line of tensions between the two countries eighty nine ninety ninety one. So that's the end of the Cold War. Right. That was the end of the Cold War. The plex slowdown around the time the Berlin Wall came down then stop completely by nineteen ninety four. We had guys sitting here for this mission intercepting Russian aircraft and nothing ten we were just practising practising, practising practising, but then in the early two thousands. I noticed the plaques pick back up again. And then we started intercepting more Russian aircraft as you see, in fact, just last week in an unusual show of force more than a half dozen Russian bombers and fighter jets were intercepted off the coast of. Alaska, thanks in large part to NORAD, radars, but three radar sites at the center of this operation are now in jeopardy because of climate change. See, I used to protect them, along with the support buildings and airstrips needed to keep them running. But now that Arctic ice is melting storm surges endanger, the radar sites. The air force says it's all happening way faster than predicted it will cost a small fortune to protect these radars at just one location. A mile long seawall made of stone will total forty eight million dollars and costs for the other two sites. Haven't even been released yet. Want to get my eyes on one of these radars up close. Ameet air force. Colonel Dan lemon at the basis airport security. Recording can record as we walked did a plane be where we're going. We're going to ten city on the Bering Sea, I plan to visit radar at sea levels, one of the ones threatened by climate change. But because of weather in logistics, Colonel lemon says we're going to ten city on a clear day. You can see Russia from there. So hopefully, the pilots told me that supposed to be clear date, but in Alaska can change on a dime, but let's keep that way. Ten cities spectacular radar station perched high atop a mountain and almost invisible, because it's painted white like the snow. We get into a small plane with two propellers to pilots to PR staffers and the guy. Colonel lemon calls chief his right hand man, I sit facing the Colonel, and we just chat. I asked him what he thinks of Alaska people.
"forty eight million dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"These plaques go back decades. Almost like a time line of tensions between the two countries eighty nine nine hundred ninety one. So that's the end of the Cold War. Right. That was the end of the Cold War. The plex slowdown around the time the Berlin Wall came down then stop completely by nineteen ninety four. We had guys sitting here for this mission intercepting Russian aircraft and nothing ten we were just practising practising, practising practising, but then in the early two thousands. I noticed the plaques pick back up again. And then we started intercepting more Russian aircraft. You see, in fact, just last week in an unusual show of force more than a half dozen Russian bombers and fighter jets were intercepted off the coast of. Alaska, thanks in large part to NORAD, radars, but three radar sites at the center of this operation are now in jeopardy because of climate change. See, I used to protect them, along with the support buildings airstrips needed to keep them running. But now that Arctic ice is melting storm surges endanger, the radar sites. The air force says it's all happening way faster than predicted it will cost a small fortune to protect these radars at just one location. A mile long seawall made of stone will total forty eight million dollars and costs for the other two sites. Haven't even been released yet. Want to get my eyes on one of these radars up close. Ameet air force. Colonel Dan lemon at the basis airport recording can record as we walked to the plane. Tell me where we're going we're going to ten city on the Bering Sea, I plan to visit radar at sea levels, one of the ones threatened by climate change. But because of weather in logistics, Colonel lemon says we're going to ten city on a clear day. You can see Russia from there. Hopefully, the pilots told me that the supposed to be clear day, but in Alaska, the weather can change on a dime. But let's keep that way. Ten cities spectacular radar station perched high atop a mountain and almost invisible, because it's painted white like the snow. We get into a small plane with two propellers to pilots to PR staffers and the guy. Colonel lemon calls chief his right hand man, I sit facing the Colonel, and we just chat, I asked him what he thinks Alaska people.
"forty eight million dollars" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Pledging federal aid. I'm Jack Callaghan. Fox News rallying the faithful in Panama City Beach, Florida Wednesday night. President Trump promising to move quickly to get federal money flowing into the area. Devastated by a hurricane last fall. My administration will be allocating four hundred forty eight million dollars in hut, disaster recovery funds for the great people of Florida. These dollars will help communities get back on their feet. President also blasted House Democrats for wasting time energy and taxpayer dollars on what he called partisan stubs. This just hours after the House Judiciary committee voted to recommend attorney general William Barbie held in contempt of congress. Fox Jill NATO is live in Washington with that House Democrats on the judiciary committee say they need to see the full unredacted Mullah report and attorney general Bill bar has to hand it over. But President Trump born allow that asserting executive privilege on subpoenaed documents, including the report chairman, Jerry Nadler's outrage for a long time about approaching a constitutional crisis. We are now in its no White House says the report contains details on grand jury investigations, which need to stay redacted. So the house committee voted to hold barring contempt. Meaning the could have a lawsuit filed against him if the full house approves. The contempt charge Jack. Thank you, Jill secretary of state, Mike Pompeo in London warning Prime Minister, Theresa may that of Great Britain uses the Chinese telecom giant wall way to build out their next generation of cellular networks. The US will no longer share secrets with the UK comes to Weiwei. And the the United States has been crystal clear. We don't believe you can have those technology in your systems and still have a trusted network secretary, Pompeo, speaking Sky News,.
"forty eight million dollars" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Administration will be allocating four hundred forty eight million dollars in HUD, disaster recovery funds for the great people of Florida the president at a rally in Panama City, Democrats say his opposition to giving Puerto Rico more hurricane systems is blocking a fourteen billion dollar disaster relief fill a TV host brought down by a Trump tape. It's coming back to TV former NBC anchor Billy Bush finally has gig. According to people Bush will return as the anchor of extra extra success. Michelle Pollino, Bush was caught on a two thousand five access Hollywood tape laughing as Trump talked about sexually grabbing women. This is Fox News. Senator wants Democrats to stop obstructing at the border. Correct. Paul Kane T news after meeting with President Trump to talk about immigration. Arizona. Senator Martha mcsally is calling on Democrats and Republicans to work together to close the loop holes in our immigration laws and to secure the border Sally says we have an unsustainable crisis at our southern border because this isn't a game in Arizona. It's a public safety issue. If the national security issue here in Tucson, the Pima county board of supervisors have agreed to resume the use of the federal border security grant known as operation stone garden, supervisor Allie Miller says some compromises were made to get the funding baby able to recover and humanitarian type efforts that Pima county is undergoing to support the migration that is coming across the borders. Other conditions include keeping ice agents out of jails. I'm Greg Paul Kane is t- AM seven ninety two sons most stimulate. Ding talk. Hi, it's Lewis summer is around the corner. Have you played her vacation to escape from the Heat's? Maybe you're gonna go to Europe maybe someplace in America. But you're worried because you're gonna be stuck doing a lot of walking. And you know, that you just can't do it for more than.
"forty eight million dollars" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Minneapolis. Aide Jack Callaghan. Fox News rallying the faithful in Panama City Beach, Florida Wednesday night. President Trump promising to move quickly to get federal money flowing to the area. Devastated by hurricane last fall. To announce it by administration. We'll be allocating four hundred forty eight million dollars in HUD, disaster recovery funds for the great people of Florida. These dollars will help communities get back on their feet. President also blasted House Democrats for wasting time energy and taxpayer dollars on what he called partisan stunts just hours after the House Judiciary committee voted to recommend attorney general William Barbie held in contempt of congress. Fox's Jill NATO is live in Washington with that House Democrats on the judiciary committee say they need to see the full unredacted Mullah report and attorney general Bill bar has to hand it over but President Trump won't allow that asserting executive privilege on subpoenaed documents, including the report tear men, Jerry Nadler's outrage for a long time about approaching a constitutional crisis. We are now in the White House says the report contains details on grand jury investigations, which need to stay redacted. So the house committee voted to hold barring contempt meaning the could have a lawsuit filed against him if the full house approves. The contempt charge Jack. Thank you, Jill secretary of state, Mike Pompeo in London warning Prime Minister, Theresa may that of Great Britain uses the Chinese telecom giant wall way to build out their next generation of cellular networks. The US will no longer share secrets with the UK comes to while away. The the United States has been crystal clear, we don't believe you can have those technology in your systems and still.
Baltimore mayor quits amid questions over $500,000 book deal
"Again Baltimore mayor Pugh resigns after she's been on leave for a month because she was too upset to talk about it. She apologizes for the harm. She has caused to the city's image and the mayor's office amid a growing scandal over her sales of a self published children's book series Pugh submitted a letter of resignation dated Thursday, effective immediately. Her attorney Steven Silverman said at a news conference. She did not attend and Silverman took no questions. Dear citizens of Baltimore. I would like to thank you for allowing me to serve as the fiftieth mayor it has been an honor and a privilege Pugh said in a statement read by Silverman. I'm sorry for the harm that I've caused the image of the city of Baltimore. And the credibility of the office of the mayor Baltimore deserves a. I don't know. What this? I'd printed it out. And it's all in upside down back the pages. And I can't find it. Anyway. So I've for the harm that I've caused she says. The woman who was once seen as a cleaner option in a city with a history of wrongdoing by politicians was ultimately overtaken because she had amassed hundreds of thousands of dollars in deals for her healthy, Holly books. Okay. What does that? Even mean, she kept telling reporters that this was a witch hunt, which which aren't but ask for being after being hospitalized for Monja. She apologize for the UM the university of Maryland medical system sales at a city hall news conference on March twenty eighth, but in the process of apologizing she disclosed that some forty thousand books that you had paid for whenever produced and in a bizarre twist the still seriously ill mayor showed off a line of baby clothes the following week. It was revealed that other entities had paid for the books, including health insurer Kaiser permanent day which made payments during the period successfully sought a forty eight million dollars city contract. Pew saying or health remained poor announced on April first that she was going on leave and hadn't been seen in public since. And then of course, we saw the teams FBI and police teams rolling into her house and coming out with boxes full of stuff. So we knew that this was. Really crazy this by the way is the mayor that ordered the overnight removal of form memorials and Baltimore the confederacy memorials. She's a native of Norristown Pennsylvania came to Baltimore in the seventies to go to school Morgan state. She got a bachelor's degree in business administration than an MBA prior to running for office. She had a great career and business in media. She was the president of our own marketing and public relations firm, whoa. She was once the editor of special supplements to the Baltimore Sun and was the TV and radio news reporter and talk show host and apparently a criminal. She she became Baltimore's fiftieth mayor. She was under. Well, she put, you know, came after what's her name Rawlings Blake who was heavily criticized for how she handled the April rioting following the death of the young black men. His name gray. And has customarily in heavily democratic Baltimore rolling. Blake in spite of that had become a city council went from city council president to mayor than she got criticized for the the Bryant said happened afterwards. And then Pugh was among a crowded field for the democratic nomination. She narrowly defeated the same woman Sheila Dixon that Rawlings Blake had had lost two. So it's kind of fascinating to watch. How Baltimore politics are as bad as as any in the country and Baltimore is a
News in Brief 2 April 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. Nine hundred thousand doses of cholera vaccine have arrived in Mozambique to help prevent an epidemic after the devastation caused by cyclone. Isci. The UN has said amid reports that the disease has already infected more than one thousand people confirming the delivery in the port city of Barra on Tuesday, Christian lindmeyer from the World Health Organization or WHO said that it was already being unloaded along with ensuring that a second dose of vaccine is made available later this year, preventing people from drinking dirty water is a key priority. He explained once a person is sick accessing treatment as quick as possible is of most importance. It's sad fact to remind everyone the young and too frail and the old children, especially if they catch cholera in the morning. They could be that in the evening if not treated the vaccination campaign will start on Wednesday embarrassed city and the district's of Dondo and how Matanda. And busy providing protection from the waterborne disease for six months amid forecasts of further rain, the World Food Program announced that thanks to receding floodwaters, it is scaling up eight significantly to one point two million people in rural areas of the foremost affected provinces. A total of one hundred thirteen million people in fifty three countries experienced dangerously high levels of food insecurity in two thousand eighteen with conflict and weather related disasters. Among the main contributing factors the UN food and Agriculture Organization or FAO said on Tuesday, according to its latest report nearly two thirds of those facing acute hunger. Come from just eight countries, Afghanistan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo Ethiopia, Nigeria South, Sudan, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen. And although there were eleven million fewer people believed to be in food crisis in two thousand eighteen compared with twenty seventeen in seventeen countries acute hunger, either remained the same or increased the report indicates produced with the World Food, Programme WFP and the European Union. The FA reports findings show that another one hundred and forty three million people in forty two more countries are just one step away from acute hunger, a total of thirteen countries including North Korea. And Venezuela are not in the report. Port owing to data gaps and finally to northeast Nigeria where you an eight teams have warned of an ongoing crisis affecting more than seven million people the situation, which has been caused by ten years of ongoing violence involving Boko haram. And other extremist groups has created a humanitarian emergency in Borno Adamawa and Yobe states that spilled over into neighboring Cameroon, Chad and Niger Samantha Newport from UN humanitarian affairs coordination office Archer in Nigeria told you a news that the crisis is among the world's ten most severe. There are five and a half million people in Borno stained Borno state is actually forty percent bigger than Switzerland. An eighty five percent of the people in Borno state are in need of humanitarian assistance. So this is a vast number by anybody's standards, these people who have been displaced by the conflict. So this year, we will be working toward supporting and providing assistance to the one point six million internally displaced people, we will also. Oh, be working to provide assistance to the people in the host communities, and we will also be working to provide assistance to the people who have returned home. According to the UN migration agency. I o m one hundred and twenty thousand people have fled their homes in the last six months. Thanks to an increasingly volatile security situation. Marked by more frequent attacks amid a deteriorating situation, including limited humanitarian access congestion in protection camps for displaced people and grave protection. Concerns Archer believes that it is critical for the international community to contribute to the eight hundred forty eight million dollar appeal for northeast Nigeria. Daniel Johnson UN news.
"forty eight million dollars" Discussed on Z104
"Like a good day today in the seventies. Tomorrow. We're at thirty four right now, by the way, Powerball jackpot tonight, four hundred forty eight million dollars. This news and burns. Kidding? Turn me. Blue. Last is. Thanks. Yeah. Funny. Money. Loving me. No. I love. Skin. Tom. Yeah. Thanks. If at any money, the Mon..
"forty eight million dollars" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"These are like long term short implants will when do you think it will be? How it will win. The toby. Live coverage center for strategic studies base. I gotta start with the first question. Too much from the missile defense focus here with David Trachtenberg, our European allies and our decision on the IMF treaty. What I can tell you is that we had constant consultation with our European allies. They fully understand the rationale for the US decision to move away from the IMF treaty. They're fully on board with an understanding that that decision was predicated on the fact that the Russians have failed to comply with the treaty. So I would expect that they are not allowed will be supportive of our decision. That said there are no plans that we have similar to what the situation that led to the IMF treaty in the nineteen eighties to go forward and deploy missiles in Europe or nuclear-armed systems in Europe. Obviously, not states would not even consider taking a step like that without without consulting with allies. I, but we have no plans to do that what we what we are planning. What we haven't doing is being engaged in the research and development on conventionally armed systems within the range that are is currently limited by the I after eighty five hundred fifty five hundred kilometers. But and in fact, the congress year year or so ago, specifically directed that we engage in that program set aside, I think it was forty eight million dollars for us to begin to begin the process of doing that. So what we're doing is entirely consistent. I think with congressional direction, and it's an entirely. Understood. By our friends and allies abroad who've been very much partner with us in the council in a consultative process. Space interceptors where if you could speak to that in terms of especially what we might expect with a six month study,.
"forty eight million dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Housing counseling services to veterans experiencing homelessness five million dollars five million dollars to the Indianapolis urban league the Julian center, which helps us of domestic and sexual violence a million dollars. They're five millions of the Saint Mary's child center and ten million dollars to wheel her mission. Just somehow they have put forth this forty eight million dollars. We will hopefully it will have good effect. But the ending of homelessness isn't gonna come from these types of things rather it's going to come from a sustained plan that has to be not just. Government than I've never said that it should be in the same way that this entire downtown was created through business owners and business visionaries saying we can do better. That's how it has to be done. I in Sears staying in business for now Eddie Lampert, who's the chairman and the former CEO Sears is hedge fund putting together another offer at four point four billion dollars. It's not going to complete a sale. There's now going to be an auction due to be completed January fourteenth. We will see what happens to the company will stay in business. Or are they going to liquidate the daylights out of it? Could get pretty fascinating to.
U.S. Justice Ginsburg released from hospital after cancer surgery
"Liberal Justice has never missed any arguments in her twenty five years on the bench, the mega millions jackpot is up to three hundred and forty eight million dollars after no one matched all six numbers. Lottery. Officials estimate that will keep climbing by the time numbers are drawn on Friday night. Mega millions has not had a winner since late October single ticket sold. South Carolina, matched all six numbers. That was worth a one point six billion dollar jackpot and New York has the highest number of pay phones in the United States. The FCC says as of two thousand sixteen there were fewer than one hundred thousand payphones in the country and of that number more than twenty thousand
Record $1.6 billion jackpot up for grabs in Tuesday's Mega Millions drawing
"Do you feel lucky mega millions night? It's not how many by you gotta get the lucky ticket. The one point six billion dollar jackpot is tied for the world's largest ever. If you win tonight's record mega millions jackpot and take some after taxes, you'll be free and clear with roughly a half billion dollars. That's enough to do just about anything like that with cash. Take my shirt off now. Could also by pumpkin key island in key Largo for ninety five million. A rare forty-eight million dollar Ferrari to fifty GTO or the almost sixty carat pink diamond that's old last year for seventy one million dollars. But I you'll have to play to win with the odds of all that dreamy slim to none Jeff monosso, Fox News and tomorrow night's Powerball will pickets numbers for the six hundred and twenty million dollar
Scott, Fox News and FOX discussed on Ron St. Pierre
"Mega millions jackpot. Let's get more from Grenell. Scott and FOX, so what would you do with a little more than a half a billion dollars? That's a question. Many are asking on this day before what would be the third largest mega millions jackpot ever goes up for grabs. The prizes at least five hundred forty eight million dollars after no one matched all six numbers on Tuesday. If you do play and win some things to remember one sign your ticket and keep it locked away in a safe place to hire an attorney and a financial planner and three the rules say you have up to six months to collect you can also opt to take the lump sum payment a mere three hundred nine million dollars. Good luck. Grenell? Scott. Fox News three hundred and nine
Uber to pay $148 million to settle data breach cover-up with U.S. states
"Uber will pay one hundred forty eight million dollars to settle allegations that failed to report it. Two thousand sixteen data breach within a reasonable period of time. State attorney general Mike hunter says Oklahoma's share of the settlement is one point one million dollars. And he says Uber drivers affected by the data breach will receive some bet money we are distributing one hundred dollars to the four thousand six hundred and fifty five Uber drivers who were affected by the data breach. And then the the balance of the settlement will help fund our consumer protection activities here in the state on behalf of Oklahoma's. He says Uber violated the trust of its employees then tried to hide it. He says that type of corporate misconduct is
Uber fined $148m for failing to notify drivers they had been hacked
"Is paying one hundred forty eight million dollars to settle at twenty sixteen data breach. The national settlement was announced yesterday by California's attorney general and the San Francisco DA, they say California is getting eighteen percent of it or twenty. Six million dollars of that total Uber waited a year to report the hack, which exposed the personal information of fifty seven million customers and drivers over several states. The delay violated California law requiring immediate notification. And when it took action the other states signed onto the lawsuit.
Lisa Madigan, Chief Legal Officer and Huber discussed on Joe Walsh
"Uber has settled a lawsuit over a massive data breach Huber agreed to pay one hundred forty eight million dollars and to tighten security to settle the lawsuit of failure to tell drivers hackers had stolen their personal information. The ride hailing company learned of the break in in November twenty sixteen waited a year before notifying drivers, Illinois, attorney general Lisa Madigan announced the settlement which applies across the country. Uber calls it the right thing to do chief legal officer, Tony west says the companies now committed to transparency and responsibility the hack also disclosed cell phone numbers and Email addresses. A fifty seven million Uber riders around
Serena Williams loses in 1st round at Miami Open
"As reflected in the us national security strategy we wished to strengthen our ties with taiwan people into bolster taiwan's ability to defend its democracy our commitment to these goals has never been stronger which president cy appreciates just a few days ago we were pleased president trump's i detail one trouble at into law we're grateful to the trump administration says she's looking forward to even closer relations you too which is quite popular for firearms enthusiasts is quietly introduced tighter restrictions on videos involving weapons youtube banning videos that promote or link to website selling accessories including bump stocks bloomberg reporting current search on the site for how to build a gun the searching how to build a gun yields twenty five million results wow global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg got all right thanks so much thirty nine past the hour dan schwartzman's here we're looking at global sports now so serena williams back on the court how did she do not well pretty incredible here keyboard game florida for the miami open serena williams goes out in the first round on the fifth time in her career she has been defeated in the first round losing tonight osaka six three and six to obviously still bit rusty serena that is since coming back from her pregnancy meanwhile also in tennis the total prize money this year's french open is increased about eight percent of forty eight million dollars the men's and women's each taking home about two point seven million tournament begins may twenty seventh at roland garros the us tennis association picking.