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Google Is Its Own Government, Cuts Texas Attorney General's Budget

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 3 months ago

Google Is Its Own Government, Cuts Texas Attorney General's Budget

"Attorney general paxton. How many people do you have working for you. And the attorney general's office in texas so it's a total of about forty two hundred four thousand two hundred and you're saying that google has a lot of resources understand. How big these companies are. You have the understand the point. I'm making i mean you're the third largest state right or the second we're second we're actually selling. The census data second largest state in the country attorney. General's office is saying. Hey look we're going to try our best but like we're no google. Yes to show the size right amazing the money that they have a we have budgets and my entire budget for a two year period one point three billion which sounds like a lot of money six hundred and something million but a year which is a lot of money and we do a lot of great things with that money however if you think about google making you know hundred and thirty five billion a year and profits they could hire every attorney in texas they wanted to and every lobbyist in texas and i. We have to go up against that. There's no limit to what they can do. The experts they can i r- and and and what they can do to try to. You know go into a legislative session. Like i just went through where they try to lobby tab. My budget cut by twenty five percent. So really it's a force. They are a force. That's just one company that makes sense. Yes so google being its own government. Basically within our own country never should have been allowed to be this big or powerful comes in and says oh we don't like the attorney general's office in texas because their lawsuit is so brilliantly written. Let's go cut their budget. Because we have offices in austin and somehow we can justify and that's what they're willing to do absolutely. I think it's pretty smart. I mean if they get my budget by twenty five percent which was the strategy That makes it very difficult for me to carry. I actually asked also for money for the google case. I asked for forty three million dollars. Go fight go well they obviously. We're trying to fight that as well that imagine. I don't get the money to to fight him. But also lose the rest of my you know a high percentage of my budget and have to lay off a bunch of lawyers instead of ramping up to go fight them. That's nearly what happened.

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Carolina Panthers, OT Taylor Moton Reach Four-Year, $72M Extension

NFL Live

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

Carolina Panthers, OT Taylor Moton Reach Four-Year, $72M Extension

"Taylor moton. The panthers offensive tackle agreed to four year. Seventy two million dollar contract that included forty three million dollars at sony. And so he becomes. We believe the only franchise tag player to get a deal done before. Today's deadline now. Keeping months and other franchise deals did go on alert this season. The giants gave leonard williams of big extension. The broncos gave justin simmons of big extension but on the last day the franchise players can sign long-term extensions. This season taylor. Moton appears to be the only one that got a deal on matt. Rhule's of big taylor moton fan and it was evident in the type of deal that they gave him today. A big deal for young offensive

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Oprah and CNN: AT&T is merging media business with Discovery

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Oprah and CNN: AT&T is merging media business with Discovery

"A massive merger in the business entertainment world there's another major player hopping into the streaming business AT&T has signed off on a deal that will see a combined it's huge Warner media assets with discovery incorporated eighteen tease assets include HBO and CNN while discovery operates networks like HD TV history N. T. L. C. the deal is worth forty three million dollars and it's not due to close until next year once it is consummated the media marriage will create a new publicly traded company that will write into a streaming arena that is already crowded with bigger and more established services like Netflix Disney and Amazon I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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UNHCR Calls for Renewed and Strong Support for the Rohingya Refugees

UN News

01:16 min | 7 months ago

UNHCR Calls for Renewed and Strong Support for the Rohingya Refugees

"With the rohingya refugee crisis now in its fourth year. Bangladesh needs robust support for the safety and wellbeing of its stateless. Exiles the un refugee agency unhcr said on friday moreover the covid nineteen pandemic has compounded vulnerabilities for refugees and host communities alike. Unhcr spokesperson andrea mahia. Sick call for renewed international commitment support and solidarity warning. This must not become a forgotten crisis. The twenty twenty one joint response plan for the row hinga. Humanitarian crisis is due to be launched at a donor conference on tuesday. The nine hundred forty three million dollar plan seeks to assist over eight hundred eighty thousand rohingya refugees and four hundred. Seventy two thousand bangladeshis in the surrounding cox's bazar district communities where some seven hundred forty thousand fled violence in me and mas racking state in two thousand seventeen co hosted by the governments of bangladesh the international organization for migration and unhcr the virtual twenty twenty one launch event will highlight the most important needs and ongoing humanitarian response

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As COVID-19 Vaccines Ship, One Company Brings Innovation to the Vials

The Bio Report

05:33 min | 1 year ago

As COVID-19 Vaccines Ship, One Company Brings Innovation to the Vials

"Chris thanks for joining us dan. It's a pleasure to be here. We're gonna talk about two of the many logistical challenges vaccine producers face getting their products to patients that your company s i o two material sciences dressing the this involves the vials needed to transport. The vaccines in the syringe is needed to deliver them. Perhaps we can begin with the demand where facing how many vials and syringes are expected to be delivered needed to deliver covid. Nineteen vaccines and. They're a ready supply. Well as you may or may not know. There's obviously a lot of glass that's on the market today supporting A variety drug products. And of course the new the new covert back endemic is is really accelerated that need and And i think you've if you around the internet you'll find that there's There indeed a shortage of glass and and certainly the government and and And other agencies are looking for alternatives or or at least a a short term for addressing. These needs and we are. We're unique in the fact that We can scale up very very quickly and We can add additional capacity to address the short-term need this has obviously been infused by government money. We were lucky enough to get a grant from the government To the tune of one hundred forty three million dollars months ago a few months ago. And we've since gone from a capacity of about ten million miles are per year to upwards of forty. I'm sorry one hundred forty or or more million miles per year and that's a pretty Pretty quick a ramp up Supply of vials. And we can do that. Because of our technology very difficult for glasmann factors to add that digital capacity in the short term Because you got to build a brand new plan and typically that could take one or two years to do that. So we've added taken our plant from ten million to one hundred four hundred fifty million vials per year Basically within three or four months. And that's what makes us so attractive to To the us government and obviously other other entities that earn just seeing addressing this supply demand for glass. The company lost a line of specialty byles for biological drugs and vaccines at the end of april. You had already entered the pharmaceutical space but efforts to target the vaccine market. Were new to what extent this come response to the covid nineteen pandemic. Well yeah before. Before the summer we were targeting Drugs known as biologics. And i think all of us have Have no somebody who biologic drug Whether it be humira or and brow or or whole variety of other drugs that are on the market for a variety of different ailments and diseases So we were. We're in the midst of of Supplying and again ramping up capacity for our customers and we have many in the space but certainly the covid Pandemic really changed things for us. In in a very big way. I we could not of of A ramped up so quickly without does this massive demand and That's really been the motivation for hiring a an additional two hundred fifty additional folks since Since summer adding on the oldest additional capacity we bought additional buildings here in auburn alabama. Where we're headquartered in order to to handle this and um we've got contracts with maderna's well as other companies to supply these files this The serious endemic wins With how significant is the need. And what's the opportunity for the company. Oh it's astronomical obviously it's This was a bit of a blessing in disguise for us As a as primary patching company for pharmaceutical products. Obviously we really appreciate The ability to play a a really significant role in addressing this This pandemic in as you indicated we do that but by supplying primary containers whether the vial or syringe to to historian administer the vaccine and It is really propelled our business in a big big way. I mean i don't think we could certainly didn't have had no plans of this happening Nobody could foresee it last year at this at the same time and Our whole focus right now is addressing this short term need and And at the same time we're obviously managing all those other customers for For variety of other ailments With with baligian drugs but this is our primary focus certainly in the next six months to twelve months. This is our primary focus to deliver on this. Are there problems or limitations with traditional glasser plastic containers.

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Amid glass shortage, Si02 scales up hybrid vial manufacturing for vaccine rollout

The Bio Report

03:49 min | 1 year ago

Amid glass shortage, Si02 scales up hybrid vial manufacturing for vaccine rollout

"Approval. The focus has been on the safety and efficacy of candidates. Now that vaccines have been approved. Attention has been shifting to the complex logistical challenges of manufacturing distributing and delivering vaccines to patients. The process has opened up visibility. Too many aspects of the supply chain that are usually taken for granted one of those aspects of the violence used to store vaccines and the threat that a shortage of glass bottles could cripple distribution efforts. S i o to material sciences which one hundred and forty three million dollar. Us government contract for vials and syringes is applying semiconductor technology to create plastic containers with a nano coating of glass inside. We spoke to christopher wildcard head of scientific affairs and chief scientist for as i o to material sciences about the considerations that go into a vaccine vial. The technology s i o two is using and why it offers advantages over traditional glass and plastic containers. Chris thanks for joining us dan. It's a pleasure to be here. We're gonna talk about two of the many logistical challenges vaccine producers face getting their products to patients that your company s i o two material sciences dressing the this involves the vials needed to transport. The vaccines in the syringe is needed to deliver them. Perhaps we can begin with the demand where facing how many vials and syringes are expected to be delivered needed to deliver covid. Nineteen vaccines and. They're a ready supply. Well as you may or may not know. There's obviously a lot of glass that's on the market today supporting A variety drug products. And of course the new the new covert back endemic is is really accelerated that need and And i think you've if you around the internet you'll find that there's There indeed a shortage of glass and and certainly the government and and And other agencies are looking for alternatives or or at least a a short term for addressing. These needs and we are. We're unique in the fact that We can scale up very very quickly and We can add additional capacity to address the short-term need this has obviously been infused by government money. We were lucky enough to get a grant from the government To the tune of one hundred forty three million dollars months ago a few months ago. And we've since gone from a capacity of about ten million miles are per year to upwards of forty. I'm sorry one hundred forty or or more million miles per year and that's a pretty Pretty quick a ramp up Supply of vials. And we can do that. Because of our technology very difficult for glasmann factors to add that digital capacity in the short term Because you got to build a brand new plan and typically that could take one or two years to do that. So we've added taken our plant from ten million to one hundred four hundred fifty million vials per year Basically within three or four months. And that's what makes us so attractive to To the us government and obviously other other entities that earn just seeing addressing this supply demand for glass. The company lost a line of specialty

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Amid glass shortage, Si02 scales up hybrid vial manufacturing for vaccine rollout

The Bio Report

03:53 min | 1 year ago

Amid glass shortage, Si02 scales up hybrid vial manufacturing for vaccine rollout

"As potential vaccines for covid nineteen approached approval. The focus has been on the safety and efficacy of candidates. Now that vaccines have been approved. Attention has been shifting to the complex logistical challenges of manufacturing distributing and delivering vaccines to patients. The process has opened up visibility. Too many aspects of the supply chain that are usually taken for granted one of those aspects of the violence used to store vaccines and the threat that a shortage of glass bottles could cripple distribution efforts. S i o to material sciences which one hundred and forty three million dollar. Us government contract for vials and syringes is applying semiconductor technology to create plastic containers with a nano coating of glass inside. We spoke to christopher wildcard head of scientific affairs and chief scientist for as i o to material sciences about the considerations that go into a vaccine vial. The technology s i o two is using and why it offers advantages over traditional glass and plastic containers. Chris thanks for joining us dan. It's a pleasure to be here. We're gonna talk about two of the many logistical challenges vaccine producers face getting their products to patients that your company s i o two material sciences dressing the this involves the vials needed to transport. The vaccines in the syringe is needed to deliver them. Perhaps we can begin with the demand where facing how many vials and syringes are expected to be delivered needed to deliver covid. Nineteen vaccines and. They're a ready supply. Well as you may or may not know. There's obviously a lot of glass that's on the market today supporting A variety drug products. And of course the new the new covert back endemic is is really accelerated that need and And i think you've if you around the internet you'll find that there's There indeed a shortage of glass and and certainly the government and and And other agencies are looking for alternatives or or at least a a short term for addressing. These needs and we are. We're unique in the fact that We can scale up very very quickly and We can add additional capacity to address the short-term need this has obviously been infused by government money. We were lucky enough to get a grant from the government To the tune of one hundred forty three million dollars months ago a few months ago. And we've since gone from a capacity of about ten million miles are per year to upwards of forty. I'm sorry one hundred forty or or more million miles per year and that's a pretty Pretty quick a ramp up Supply of vials. And we can do that. Because of our technology very difficult for glasmann factors to add that digital capacity in the short term Because you got to build a brand new plan and typically that could take one or two years to do that. So we've added taken our plant from ten million to one hundred four hundred fifty million vials per year Basically within three or four months. And that's what makes us so attractive to To the us government and obviously other other entities that earn just seeing addressing this supply demand for

Christopher Wildcard DAN Chris United States Us Government
Amid glass shortage, Si02 scales up hybrid vial manufacturing for vaccine rollout

The Bio Report

03:49 min | 1 year ago

Amid glass shortage, Si02 scales up hybrid vial manufacturing for vaccine rollout

"As potential vaccines for covid nineteen approached approval. The focus has been on the safety and efficacy of candidates. Now that vaccines have been approved. Attention has been shifting to the complex logistical challenges of manufacturing distributing and delivering vaccines to patients. The process has opened up visibility. Too many aspects of the supply chain that are usually taken for granted one of those aspects of the violence used to store vaccines and the threat that a shortage of glass bottles could cripple distribution efforts. S i o to material sciences which one hundred and forty three million dollar. Us government contract for vials and syringes is applying semiconductor technology to create plastic containers with a nano coating of glass inside. We spoke to christopher wildcard head of scientific affairs and chief scientist for as i o to material sciences about the considerations that go into a vaccine vial. The technology s i o two is using and why it offers advantages over traditional glass and plastic containers. Chris thanks for joining us dan. It's a pleasure to be here. We're gonna talk about two of the many logistical challenges vaccine producers face getting their products to patients that your company s i o two material sciences dressing the this involves the vials needed to transport. The vaccines in the syringe is needed to deliver them. Perhaps we can begin with the demand where facing how many vials and syringes are expected to be delivered needed to deliver covid. Nineteen vaccines and. They're a ready supply. Well as you may or may not know. There's obviously a lot of glass that's on the market today supporting A variety drug products. And of course the new the new covert back endemic is is really accelerated that need and And i think you've if you around the internet you'll find that there's There indeed a shortage of glass and and certainly the government and and And other agencies are looking for alternatives or or at least a a short term for addressing. These needs and we are. We're unique in the fact that We can scale up very very quickly and We can add additional capacity to address the short-term need this has obviously been infused by government money. We were lucky enough to get a grant from the government To the tune of one hundred forty three million dollars months ago a few months ago. And we've since gone from a capacity of about ten million miles are per year to upwards of forty. I'm sorry one hundred forty or or more million miles per year and that's a pretty Pretty quick a ramp up Supply of vials. And we can do that. Because of our technology very difficult for glasmann factors to add that digital capacity in the short term Because you got to build a brand new plan and typically that could take one or two years to do that. So we've added taken our plant from ten million to one hundred four hundred fifty million vials per year Basically within three or four months. And that's what makes us so attractive to To the us government and obviously other other entities that earn just seeing addressing this supply demand

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Boston: Judge Hears Arguments In $143 Million Columbia Gas Explosions Settlement Offer

WBZ Afternoon News

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Boston: Judge Hears Arguments In $143 Million Columbia Gas Explosions Settlement Offer

"Court hearing today in Essex Superior Court where they could get final approval of a hundred and forty three million dollar settlement involving Columbia gas a lawsuit was brought against the utility in connection with the twenty eighteen Merrimack valley gas explosions it was preliminarily approved by a judge in October in court today Lawrence mayor Dan Rivera spoke against the settlement saying he believes lawyers in the case are getting too much money and the victims out of the

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Tesla passes $100 billion, teeing up big payout for Musk

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Tesla passes $100 billion, teeing up big payout for Musk

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Tesla hits a milestone Tesla is now valued at more than Ford and General Motors combined Tesla shares rose another four point one percent Wednesday pushing the market value of the electric vehicle and solar panel maker to over one hundred billion dollars Tesla shares have tripled since last may Tesla has yet to reach profitability and it lost one point one billion dollars during the first half of last year but in the third quarter the company posted a surprising profit of one hundred forty three million dollars the company will report fourth quarter results on January twenty ninth

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Trump campaign hauls in $46 million in fourth quarter

Morning Show with Sean and Frank

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Trump campaign hauls in $46 million in fourth quarter

"Tell me how much money they have offered a site in the fourth quarter and Yang says he's brought in sixteen point five million the Bernie Sanders campaign says it is brought into lots and lots of money as well and then there's the president he's profit forty six million in the fourth quarter which raises his fund raising total to a hundred and forty three million dollars are coming up into the election for next year so whatever is he the Democrat members I was compared to what the president has done so far and uniformly the president's swamps of them now you have Bernie Sanders now all mounting his stunning fourth quarter hole as the so socialist is closing in on a hundred million

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"forty three million dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"forty three million dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Ninety red eye did you see the story here what Marion Williamson falls for fake news story about trump pardoning Charles Manson oh my gosh democratic presidential Karen of that Merion Williamson got slammed on social media after she apparently fell for a fake news story Sunday night the claim present from pardon Charles Manser Manson who died in twenty seventeen yeah there is something deeply sinister about trump pardoning Charles Manser Manson even after his death she wrote to her two point eight million Twitter followers yeah dog whistles of the very worst find all right yeah well let's go to Patrick in Green Bay Wisconsin Patrick welcome you're not already a welcome to the show high Marty guides Hey I just wanted I just want to point no not or is he didn't report sure would not a huge battle but then we have Maulers Molly investigation what thirteen lawyers huge that out yes two and a half years one twenty three million forty three million dollars something like that is that a call and they did not find there in two and a half year what find what I find that the the seventeen mistakes in quotation marks because they never went down they never went down that path as we said the the biggest the first question I should have been asked to Mahler when he testified was excuse me if you were trying to find out whether trump colluded with the Russians the best evidence would have been in the FISA warrant and the investigation going on white if you you would if you would have gone directly there then he would have if you were to follow that path then you would have ended up with the true collusion yep from the Democrats standard of Hillary in the D. and safe right I mean it is and and it's that's where it should be again do you know that this investigation was legitimate I mean you would you would look to establish all of the who did the the basis for the investigation right right by the way is former FBI director well if you if you day one Mahler your your job to find out what the trunk lid with the Russians okay I'm starting from zero I have nothing where do I go all the F. B. I. got a FISA warrant to spawn a I'm Carter page on the basis that the trump campaign might be colluding with the Russians well that's where I go there you go as much for when he didn't go there we said that was a key indication that was the indication that it was political and we said that from day one if you didn't go down that path right so because if if you believe there's a great possibility any possibility of this ending with referrals to the Attorney General as a special prosecutor the first thing you would do is wanna make sure that all your TV's were crossed and I's were dotted and this was legitimate and here's why it was legitimate and I believe this is what the Attorney General should do so what'd Muller now did Muller nobody took the investigation that he know that it was all bogus.

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"forty three million dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"forty three million dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Us from ourselves rate we must turn to the Democratic Party to slow the rise of the oceans and cool the planet like they're going to call the plan is the people that said everything on fire they wear masks and hoods while doing it they're the Democrat party WMAL FM would which Washington while five point nine FM W. H. Q. Washington comes to talk leave the first day of public testimony in the impeachment hearing continuing this hour on the hill Deputy Assistant Secretary of state for Eastern Europe George can says there were concerns about Rudy Giuliani's role in Ukraine's policy over the course of twenty eighteen and twenty nineteen I became increasingly aware of an effort by Rudy Giuliani and others including his associates left **** and you are from and to run a campaign to smear about Stree of on image and other officials at the US embassy in keys and you can listen right now to the testimony of WMAL dot com senator rand Paul challenge the media dent out the whistle blower and now that some in the media produced a name well Paul confirm it not directly but Paul did tell W. I. males mornings on the mall the person whose name is being put out there Golden for testimony and then I think it'll be ultimately determined at that point but I think he is a person of interest in the sense that he was after Ukraine desk when Joe Biden was there one hundred bodies for twenty dollars are just simply for that alone I think he's a material witness in the body and Paul says the whistle blowers protected from retaliation he's not protected from being asked who gave him his information John Matthews on WMAL and WMAL dot com only three weeks a work stoppage has been signed lining northern Virginia bus commuters and Fairfax connector connector union workers could join that stoppage now Fairfax connector union workers have voted to authorize a strike which means a strike could be called at any time Virginia delegate Vivian wants is one of several state lawmakers have called on metro general manager Paul we don't sell to step in so you got to enforce the contract and to say that we're encouraging them to work it out now repeating exactly what was said two weeks ago does not represent the kind of responsiveness an oversight that we are looking for Barbara brit WMAL and WMAL dot com Virginia Democrat governor Ralph Northam called a special session on gun violence back in July Republican lawmakers refused to go along and referred all proposed legislation to the state crime commission for review now that panel is come back with its report and it's making no recommendations saying the decisions on gun laws should be made by the general assembly Democrats who will take over both the house and Senate January say that they will be making gun legislation a top priority about forty two million Americans are caring student loan debt that totals more than one and a half trillion dollars some scammers are taking advantage of the distress the deck cause is claiming they can help permanently reduce or even wipe out those loans the FTC says a read financial group and its related companies charged an illegal upfront fee of almost two thousand send monthly fees on top of that it would then contact the borrowers loan servicer and place their loans into temporary forbearance or deferment status often without the borrowers permission or knowledge meanwhile borrowers were sending a wreath money every month but the company said would be used to pay off the loans but the FTC says are read just kept the money it says the company has generated at least forty three million dollars since it began the scheme and early twenty fourteen correspondent Christopher Cruz a salvation army standing behind its mission to meet human needs without discrimination after popstar Ellie Golding did threaten to pull out of her half schedule halftime performance at the Dallas Cowboys thanksgiving day game Ellie Goulding was looking forward to taking the national stage according to PO she made on social media earlier this month the artist most well known for this twenty fifteen had.

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Alibaba's Singles' Day sales on track for record

Steve Cochran

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Alibaba's Singles' Day sales on track for record

"Alibaba's singles day has already pulled in more than twenty four billion dollars and is on track to break last year's thirty billion dollar hall the retail blitz that regularly Brax up bigger sales numbers than Black Friday and cyber Monday combined will come to a close today China's biggest E. commerce company kicked off presales three weeks ago with Estee Lauder bringing in a record of one hundred and forty three million dollars in pre orders while apple sold fourteen million worth of iPhone elevens this year's holiday comes with the added pressure from China slowing economy and the trade war with the United

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"forty three million dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"forty three million dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Forty three million dollars will be coming to Colorado for vital infrastructure projects including the particularly I seventy interchange as well as some improvements to access a poor person GOP senator Cory Gardner there he says one project includes improving access to the state's military installations house Democrats a public hearings will begin next Wednesday with acting US ambassador to Ukraine build Taylor appearing as the first witness he's expected to recount what he told investigators that the president withheld hundreds of millions of dollars in military aid to a US ally house Democrats are promising ambassador bill Taylor's televised testimony is just the beginning as the inquiry probes president trump's alleged effort to pressure Ukraine into investigating political rival Joe Biden and his son now the White House while dismissing the hearings is raising its defense adding to a long time trump allies to its team to come up with a better strategy of pushing back that is a B. C.'s Karina Mitchell a new report claims the president asked Attorney General bill Barr to clear him and you can't you crane controversy The Washington Post reporting that the president wanted bar to hold a press conference saying the president's phone call with Ukraine's leader was perfectly legal the paper sites people familiar with the matter as saying bar declined trump has strongly denied the report via Twitter this morning Colorado US senator Michael Bennet is the latest twenty twenty presidential hopeful to file the first democratic primary in New Hampshire but it compares himself to another senator from Colorado was passed to add success in New Hampshire and that's Gerry heart surgery stay that we're talking about the example of Gary Hart another Colorado.

"forty three million dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"forty three million dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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"forty three million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"forty three million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

"Were not hurt rule changes involving the Endangered Species Act at the center of the latest multistate lawsuit against the trump administration come most Kelly Blair tells us will be the fiftieth lawsuit against the White House filed here in Washington Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson has a perfect track record when it comes to legal victories against the trump administration he plans for it to continue with the. latest lawsuit against rule changes involving the Endangered Species Act. administration is trying to do is we can achieve by going through Congress they know they can't get that through Congress could be in danger theses act so popular as a result they're trying to do this through the back door and through rule making process the lawsuit claims the new rules about to be implemented by the White House undermine protections guaranteed in the Endangered Species Act they fear the new rules will cause the threatened animals to lose federal protections before they have fully recovered that would be devastating for state efforts to increase the number of killer whales in salmon species Kelly Bleier komo news in the White House says the changes he's government regulation and allow officials to consider how much it would cost to save the species Seattle city council had its first deep discussion today on the six point five billion dollar budget proposal for mayor Jimmy Durkin the biggest budget topics include affordable housing homelessness police recruitment and transportation getting down into the weeds where revenue from the sweetened beverage taxes going councilmember Sally Bagshaw says she wants to make sure that transit oriented child care is a priority we're really going to be pushing for the infrastructure for childcare so families working families who are not going to be in cars will use light rail three million of the twenty four million dollar yearly revenue from that taxes proposed for such projects one of the biggest chunks of revenue comes from the sale of the Mercer make a block of property one hundred forty three million dollars some of which will also go towards affordable housing and transportation the council expected to have an updated proposal in November Romero companies we all know that the flu spreads from person to person but researchers want to know exactly how it spreads the Seattle slew study will attempt to map the way the flu moves around the city with your help doctor Helen choose with you W. medicine what we found was that there is a lot of flu and that the flu is actually presence in the community a couple of weeks before we saw the hospital. researchers are asking people with flu symptoms to give up your germs via a swap with a sample from your nose there are kiosks set up in the U. district at Harborview Medical Center or at sea tac airport to says they anticipate this year's flu season to be a bad one so that makes it a good time to conduct the flu study and NASA says the Houston building where Apollo eleven astronaut Neil Armstrong and his colleagues emerged from quarantine after their nineteen sixty nine moon mission has fallen into disrepair and will be demolished the Houston Chronicle reported to say that the lunar receiving laboratory at Johnson Space Center hasn't been used for two years and a likely be torn down next year the building was completed in nineteen sixty seven it was designed to isolate the astronauts lunar rock samples until it was clear they weren't carrying disease a twenty fifteen economic analysis to determine that the historic building has structural and electrical problems and it can't be saved a replacement building will house artifacts say from the original lab on come on years I Maxine frost with Ryan Harris. now an update on the Harley exteriors como sports desk the mayor's again hosted the.

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"forty three million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"forty three million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

"Hurt rule changes involving the Endangered Species Act is at the center of the latest multi state lawsuit against the trump administration almost totally blind reports it'll be Washington's fiftieth lawsuit against the White House Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson has a perfect track record when it comes to legal victories against the trump administration he plans for it to continue with this latest lawsuit against rule changes involving the Endangered Species Act. administration is trying to do is we can't achieve by going through Congress they know they can't get this through Congress giving dangerous species act so popular as a result they're trying to do this through the back door and through rule making process the lawsuit claims the new rules about to be implemented by the White House undermine protections guaranteed in the Endangered Species Act they fear the new rules will because these threaten animals to lose federal protections before they have fully recovered that would be devastating for state efforts to increase the number of killer whales in salmon species Kelly Bleier comma news the White House says the changes these government regulation and allow officials to consider how much it would cost to save the species the Seattle city council had its first deep discussion today on the six point five million dollar proposed budget for mayor Jenny Durkin como su Romero has the latest the biggest budget topics include affordable housing homelessness police recruitment and transportation getting down into the weeds where revenue from the sweetened beverage taxes going councilmember Sally Bagshaw says she wants to make sure that transit oriented child care is a priority we're really going to be pushing for the infrastructure for childcare so families working families who are not going to be in cars will use light rail three million of the twenty four million dollar yearly revenue from that taxes proposed for such projects one of the biggest chunks of revenue comes from the sale of the Mercer make a block of property one hundred forty three million dollars some of which will also go towards affordable housing and transportation the council expected to have an updated proposal in November Romero como news we all know that the flu spreads from person to person but researchers want to know exactly how that little bug bounces around the Seattle flew study will attempt to map the spread of the flu around the city with your help Dr Helen choose with you W. medicine what we found was that there is a lot of flu and that the flu is actually presence in the community a couple of weeks before we saw the hospital Reese. searchers are asking if you have flu symptoms to give him your germs with the swab from a sample in your nose that one of the kiosk may have set up in the U. district of harbor view or at the airport just a request though lot of people travel from all over the place in and out of that airport at sea tac if you're sick and you can avoid going in spreading it germs around the world there that would be immensely helpful to says they anticipate to this year's flu season to be a bad one a good time to conduct a flu study. a Seattle police reformer advocate is being recognized for her efforts Lisa do guard the force behind Seattle's lead program which stands for law enforcement assisted diversion was just awarded a macarthur foundation grants I work on alternatives to the kinds of problems that traditionally we've used jail and prosecution to address Dugard will receive a six hundred twenty five thousand dollar genius grant for her criminal justice reform efforts come on news time eleven forty literally como sports desk.

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"forty three million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"forty three million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Morning in the trial of the man suspected of murdering a nine year old girl and dumping her body along the Courtney Campbell causeway five years ago Granville Richie is accused of killing Felicia Williams after she went to an apartment with a friend in temple terrace in twenty fourteen friend left for a couple of hours and returned to find Williams missing the girl was found naked on the north side of the causeway by a passer by investigators say she had been strangled raped and struck in the head a hospital in Saint Petersburg could be receiving a large fine from Florida's agency for healthcare administration Johns Hopkins all children's hospital faces a potential penalty of eight hundred thousand dollars a possible fine comes after an investigation showed an increase in deaths and complications of the heart surgery department heart surgeries are now suspended at the hospital they've already agreed to nearly forty three million dollars in settlements with families affected by the issues. a trial of the woman who managed to sneak under president trump's South Florida state goes on trial today jury selection is scheduled to start at the federal courthouse in west Palm Beach for the prosecution of using Chang she's the woman who traveled from China and is charged with lying to secret service agents in order to enter Mar a Lago while president trump was vacationing agents would arrest her and confiscate a number of cell phones a computer and other electronic devices though she is not being charged with espionage prosecutors have filed confidential evidence they say affects national security in Miami Evan brown at newsradio WFLA as hurricane Dorian loomed off the coast of Florida for days residents were also dealing with price gouging across the state Attorney General actually moody's office received nearly three thousand complaints of price gouging eighty percent about gas and water prices now moody is warning those who are trying to.

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News, Traffic and Weather

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Respiratory ailments hit in Amazon as Brazil spurns G-7 aid

"News Brazil rejects an offer of forty three million dollars in aid to fight Amazon wildfires from the G. seven western democracies apparently it's personal resilient president Balsan RO question whether offers of aid or a plot to exploit Amazon resources Paulson RO says French president the crown called him a liar and must apologize before Brazil accepts

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"forty three million dollars" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"forty three million dollars" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"Breakdown. Would you say or are you just hit the wall yeah it was i mean it wasn't a nervous break. I work in a fetal position. You're doing this. It takes me to that moment so i'm you know i'm doing. I'll do seventy-five flights this year <hes> again. I'm flying coach to africa six one like i'm forty four now from five in twenty two hours on the short flights <hes> and and you know we don't we don't complain about it. That's not what we've all signed up for. <hes> i drive a kia sorrento. I live in a two bedroom apartment in new york city that i rent with my wife and two kids i mean we we have a very really i just want to give more so <hes> <hes> this very moment where we had eight years of growth we took the organization from zero to forty million forty three million dollars raised in year eight and and then in year nine we shrank we went into the thirties and it was some market conditions. We had a big corporate donor pull-out when they laid out ten thousand employees foyers that actually came back the following year so they really said it was us not you <hes> we'd another donor who had only given appreciated stock for seven years in a row. Oh stock was down forty percent. He paused and i just couldn't repeat the previous year and going. I can't tell you jason how hard it was is to go from getting a million human beings clean water in your eight to eight hundred twenty thousand in year nine. I personally felt like i had let down one hundred eighty thousand people and it's nine staple centers at nine mattis like i could see the people because i hadn't been smart enough. I hadn't raised raise the money. I you know you're supposed to do what you did. Last year like it's about growth and in our case my salary doesn't change as i grow this thing. People get clean water so it's even i i was even realize how sick and demented that is like you're literally doing more than anybody and then you're beating yourself up about getting eighty five percent of the way they're but that's what i think i don't think so. I think that's healthy because i had so the learning was i wound up not quitting. I read about this in the book looking. I remember calling my board and saying i think it's time to bring on a professio- i'll stick around me now still fundraise and work on innovation but let's get a real leader to get this to the next level. Aw i remember yeah. I mean look you know you don't grow you've all i know is growth helping more and more and more and more people and then suddenly hundred eighty thousand people less helped in the second year so i thought it was my fault and by the way it is more like it was my fault i had not been. Have you take a bad ed beat. Once in a while like you're like a poker player loses one hand and then stares at the ceiling and you get a lucky that led to the realization that we had simply gotten too big to start started zero every year so january one the darkest day of every year we would say wow. He raised forty three million dollars. We helped million humans get clean water. Now we gotta do it again. Engro goes down to zero so that led that down year just like the lawsuit led to us building sophisticated watertown now with twenty some some people who are out there making sure we know about fluoride monitoring water quality standards dean ability. Our wells are now connected to the internet. We have internet of things happening right now. We have the largest data set in the history of the world. When it comes to rural water supply thanks to a five million dollar google grant and <hes> wells that basically imagine your and look after this one of your three wells may be connected to the cloud. We can log onto our website and see how much water flowed yesterday. That'd be an you years two years ago yeah. If it's so crazy i lost my train of thought but we're just talking about that moment where you almost crashed personally and like i told you tell the board the board supportive i go to my team and what i remember from this was they basically said stop whining and get back to work basically right. I mean you know okay okay. We don't have everything doesn't go up into the right and it was a real learning. I mean again. I i hope that by just being vulnerable in the book. Maybe it's helpful for other people yeah these.

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"forty three million dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"forty three million dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Baltimore they're largely African American you have a large African American population and they really appreciate what I'm doing I'm Dave let me know it without offering any evidence truck also repeatedly accused officials in Baltimore of stealing federal money in twenty sixteen truck one just eight percent of black Americans vote now as president trump frequently touts low black unemployment as one of his major accomplishments I sure Rasco MPR news the White House the democratic primary rivals looking to keep Donald Trump a one term president will have another chance over the next two nights in Detroit to try to stand apart from the rest of the crowd field of presidential candidates CNN moderators will question ten competitors tonight and an additional ten tomorrow as in pairs off my caller reports the stakes are high in total there will be twenty candidates on stage ten each night for about half of the candidates this could be their last chance to make a big impact on the national stage that's because there's a stricter threshold to qualify for the next debate in September for the first night two of the most progressive voices in the race will be side by side Vermont senator Bernie Sanders and Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren their friends but they also have a chance to draw some distinctions between themselves a number of moderate voices such as Minnesota senator any club a sharp will also be on stage she's been critical of some of the more progressive ideas this campaign such as free college and Medicare for all a small college NPR news getting through to an operator Capital One financial may take many cardholders a longer than usual today the company is likely fielding calls from people asking about one of the largest known security breaches against the major US financial institution yesterday Capital One confirmed attendees earlier it had determined that someone had hacked its financial information and gotten hold of the social security numbers and birthdates and other personal information belonging to more than a hundred million people in the US and Canada the majority of the people were in the United States there has been an arrest in this case at last check on Wall Street the Dow was down sixty one points this is NPR news this is W. NYC in New York I'm Richard hake New York City police say the thirty eight year old who was shot dead after a Brownsville block party over the weekend was a member of the bloods gang the NYPD say some of the victims have a history with gangs eleven other people were injured by gunfire but survived the police commissioner James o'neil says Brownsville is in one of the nine precincts where violence is twice the city average o'neill says there needs to be more support for young people everybody in New York I just people this residents need to step up and and help the communities that are plagued by violence and and it can be done police recovered one a weapon on Saturday and are looking for another no arrests have been made an audit of MTA construction projects by the state comptroller found that six of them had major problems resulting in delays and cost overruns WNYC Stephen Nessun reports this comes as the MTA is about to embark on a major reorganization the comptroller's report found delays due to lack of personnel and leaf design changes because six projects to come in forty three million dollars over budget for them were related to signals to to elevators him he says these are just a few of its two thousand current and recent projects the anti board also just approved a reorganization plan that would give the MTA's construction unit more responsibilities but also penalize contractors that deliver projects late the new plan also requires.

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"forty three million dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"forty three million dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Others before police shot and killed him the FBI says it's still investigating a motive NPR's label founder what tended a vigil last night in Gilroy hundreds of people gathered in Gilroy at this town saying they will not be defined by this mass shooting this tragedy that took place at a festival that is synonymous with the town the gory garlic festival that's been going on for four decades they say they will need it will not be defined by this that's what the message was from local leaders and community members the latest round of US China trade talks is getting under way today in Shanghai and P. R. Scott Horsley says these are the first face to face negotiations since the two sides agreed to resume them last month this trade war with China is now entering its second year and it's beginning to weigh on the global economy the federal reserve point to rising trade tensions with China and other countries as one factor in slowing global growth well president trump paints the tears on Chinese imports as a windfall for the treasury it's American businesses and consumers that pay most of the cost this is NPR news from Washington this is W. NYC in New York I'm Richard hake president trump signed a bill to extend the victims compensation fund to pay for medical costs of nine eleven respond hers into the year twenty ninety two he signed a bill yesterday Gerard fitz Gerald president of the uniformed firefighters association the York is grateful for the security of provides his union members it's a great relief that this is now gonna be taking care of and these people that are fighting disease are I think that will have that peace of mind that their families will be taken care of thousands who worked in the recovery in cleanup of ground zero after the two thousand one attacks continue to suffer serious health consequences the New York City board of elections has certified the results in the democratic primary for queens district attorney W. N. Y. C.'s bridge Bergen reports after nearly two weeks of manually recounting all the paper ballots the board of elections certification process took under a minute it started with questions the question mark and every chief or confirm that the results presented are accurate and correct yeah then the commissioners voted even richer for manual cameras prepared from queens definitely more of a life and stop the bananas the official tally puts Melinda Katz ahead of Tiffany co von by sixty votes but the bond has not conceded she says more than a hundred invalidated vote should be restored both sides will be in court on Wednesday advocates say New York's law decriminalizing marijuana doesn't do enough to reverse the impact of drug enforcement on communities of color the governor signed the bill yesterday and will allow some people to get low level marijuana conviction sealed Melissa more from the drug policy alliance's marijuana arrests have already taken a huge toll people were then destabilizing terms of their housing options they have limited employment options they weren't able to seek higher education things of that nature and that playing out over decades I think it's still pushing lawmakers to legalize cannabis and they say the future measures should direct money from marijuana sales to job training and audit of the MTA construction projects by the state comptroller found that six of them had major problems resulting in delays and cost overruns WNYC Stephen Nessun reports this comes as the MTA is about to embark on a major reorganization the comptroller's report found delays due to lack of personnel and leaf design changes because six projects to come in forty three million dollars over budget for them were related to signals to to elevators seems he says these are just a few of its two thousand current and recent projects the MTA board also just approved a reorganization plan that would give the MTA's construction unit more responsibilities but also penalize.

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"forty three million dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"forty three million dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"At twelve thirty on this Monday afternoon thanks for joining us I'm Jim McKay and here's what's happening I'm new settlements involving Columbia gas and last year's victims from those gas explosions and we hear about it from WBZ's Karen regal this agreement still has to be approved by the court will be paying a hundred and forty three million dollars into a settlement fund for the class of plaintiffs to resolve this the net again batch of litigation explosions on September thirteenth of last year forced over eight thousand people out of their homes killed a young man and injured about two dozen other people thousands were left without heat and hot water for months as Paul slipped into winter the issue was over pressurizing gas mains now the settlement is part of the one eight billion dollars already dedicated to victims the NTSB has yet to issue its final report Karen regal WBZ Boston's news radio a double shooting last night in Dorchester leaving one man dead and it's not far from a recent deadly shooting that just took place police say shortly after eleven last night officers were called the Columbia road two men were found shot one of them pronounced dead at the scene and the other was taken to the hospital Boston police still saying that no arrests have been made police are searching your home in Gilroy California after yesterday's deadly mass shooting at a food festival that left three dead this is the vitamin in Gilroy CBS news has learned the identity of the deceased suspect same Tino William league and he was nineteen years old police have also recovered a backpack which contained a rifle and ammunition they are now searching a second home here in the gill were area and the search also continues for a possible second suspect who may have played some role in the shooting at twelve thirty two lawmakers in Massachusetts once again this week will be attempting to hold a hearing at the failure and the failure is that the R. in V. Tuesday on Beacon Hill the legislature's joint committee on transportation will reconvene its oversight hearing involving the R. M. V. the committee opened and then abruptly suspended its inquire read last week after governor Charlie Baker didn't make certain officials available for testimony the hearing stems from the June twenty first crash in New Hampshire that killed seven members of the New England motorcycle club Connecticut officials twice alerted Massachusetts about a prior drunken driving arrest involving the truck driver charged in that New Hampshire crash it was due to that the R. and B. had not acted on out of state notifications about serious driving violations for years an ongoing review as since led to sixteen hundred drivers having their licenses suspended sherry small WBZ Boston's news radio and down the Cape compounding problems for that motel that lost a large portion of their roof in last week's tornado as they are now more trouble in the first thought with their repairs the owner of the Cape sands and posted on Facebook that two sections of the hotel would be open for customers despite the ongoing work with the damages section however all sixty seven runs now shut down guess relocated to other spots because of sprinkler issues and on top of that the presence of a special dis and building material was found during a Friday inspection.

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"forty three million dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"forty three million dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Others injured and there could be a possible second suspect that is still on the run the shooter was able to get by security guards fairly easily before he won an open fire we split the shooter cut through a fence to obey security not open fire with the rifle loading on the crown thought the fireworks were they realize they were under attack please engage the government in less than a minute shooting and killing the suspect overnight a man hunt combing the area for a possible accomplice man is ABC's will car now this is a story that will continue to have developments throughout the day any leads on that potential second suspect or any other updates will bring them right to your right here on WBZ news radio ten thirty at ten thirty one a new settlement involving Columbia gas and last year's victims from those gas explosions agreement still has to be approved by the court will be paying a hundred and forty three million dollars into a settlement fund for the class of plaintiffs to resolve this significant batch of litigation firm XLE gas explosions on September thirteenth of last year forced over eight thousand people out of their homes killed a young man and injured about two dozen other people thousands were left without heat and hot water for months as Paul slipped into winter the issue was over pressurizing gas mains now the settlement is part of the one eight billion dollars already dedicated to victims the NTSB has yet to issue its final report Karen regal WBZ Boston's news radio and at ten thirty to a double shooting last night in Dorchester last night leaving one man dead and it's not far from the recent deadly shooting that just recently took place police say shortly after eleven on Sunday night officers were called to Columbia road two men were found shot one of them pronounced dead at the scene and the other was taken to the hospital Boston police saying no arrests have been made lawmakers in Massachusetts once again will be attempting to hold a hearing and to some failures at the arms to stay on Beacon Hill the legislature's joint committee on transportation will reconvene its oversight hearing involving the R. M. V. the committee opened and then abruptly suspended its inquire read last week after governor Charlie Baker didn't make certain officials available for testimony the hearing stems from the June twenty first crash in New Hampshire that killed seven members of the New England motorcycle club Connecticut officials twice alerted Massachusetts about a prior drunken driving arrest involving the truck driver charged in that New Hampshire crash it was determined that the R. and B. had not acted on out of state notifications about serious driving violations for years an ongoing review as since led to sixteen hundred drivers having their licenses suspended sherry small WBZ Boston's news radio and at ten thirty three it's time for traffic and weather together the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three said here's Laurie Grandy all right Jim thanks a lot we have a problem still south of town twenty four north finally giving away up to the right hand side of a crash at the Randolph merch traffic rolls back towards one thirty nine there northbound expressway moderate congestion a little bit of improvement there it's slow though granted that getting a pass Columbia road again mass seven to the o'neill tunnel southbound express way hung up from South Bay Freeport street still slow one twenty eight north bound watch out for some right lane workers the right by great plain Abin Needham traffic slowing down there ninety five northbound is slow at one twenty eight route six west bound this is on the Cape still tied up for about two miles approaching the Sagamore bridge north of town one twenty eight looks great now between Peabody and winter street Waltham that's in either direction routes three ninety three and ninety five no complaints to and from New Hampshire downtown liver connector that will that still full but the Tobin only brake lights inside the cities where tunnel and the lower deck is moving a lot better approaching the o'neill tunnel is up they brought to you by Duncan enjoy Duncan's Hershey's cookies and cream or heat flavors and make it more delicious with a two dollar medium latte or cappuccino between two and six PM America runs on Dunkin excludes signature latte is price participation a very limited time offer trade marks are used under license Laurie grantee WBZ's traffic on the three all right Laurie and as we take a look out there we're seeing those hazy skies cloudy but some sunshine breaking through we have a heat advisory from eight AM at today through eight PM.

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NFL, Cowboys And Tyler Boyd discussed on Ferrall On The Bench

Ferrall On The Bench

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

NFL, Cowboys And Tyler Boyd discussed on Ferrall On The Bench

"From the NFL the cowboys are reportedly planning on releasing wide receiver Allen Hearns the bangles and why now Tyler Boyd have agreed to a contract extension for four years and forty three million dollars Vikings quarterback Holton hill is been suspended by the NFL for the second time in three months after being suspended for four games for violating the league's policy on PT's in April hill was banned another four games after substance abuse violation and on the eve of training camp the Redskins have cut linebacker Mason foster who led the team in tackles

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"forty three million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"forty three million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Bad you want you to be here long term the other man I'll give it about a year or two full I lose you should be talked about as a top tools you know I feel like he's the best receiver in the game you know I think the only reason that he's not in the top two or three categories because we haven't been healthy throughout the years you know sand but I may prove it so last year he had a a test hours or several hundred like more and I'll give you another half that he put another heavy glad even leave the leave so I mean us this is walking into his doorman's that's only got I really want to watch and learn from you know not that I didn't learn other things from other guys like but I'm a fellow you know AD autumn guys meant taught me that things outside of football as well so I'm very fortunate to have great guys like the did you believe you'll get extension down this also it was close I knew that they want to do that before O. T. A.'s I was definitely started to indiscretions right before started and we actually had a deal done Monday but it kind of was in what me and my team really like that the time so we want to just get his plate out you know I want to just be patient and make sure it was it was right you know and and not is done you know what is what is off my back and I can just focus on plan while my boys men and then get to these playoffs done deal Tyler Boyd in the fold reportedly for years forty three million dollars coming up at six thirty five you'll hear will go straight to the top you'll hear from the owner of the Cincinnati Bengals Mike brown up next we'll hear from the the young gun the new head coach of the Cincinnati Bengals Zach Taylor talks with sag as we continue with sports talk on seven hundred WLW from the health traffic.

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Tyler Boyd, Bengals Reportedly Agree to 4-Year, $43M Contract Extension

Rush Limbaugh

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Tyler Boyd, Bengals Reportedly Agree to 4-Year, $43M Contract Extension

"News from the NFL the bangles are signing receiver Tyler Boyd to a four year forty three million dollar extension through the twenty twenty three season the New York Giants sign top draft pick quarterback Daniel Jones to a four year twenty five point six million dollar deal and that contract is fully guaranteed including the sixteen point seven million dollars signing

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"forty three million dollars" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"forty three million dollars" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"But Scott Josh love of the Texas hotel and lodging association tell Spock seven news an expansion is needed it would revitalize that area fifty percent of the business that that wants to come to Austin with the turn away because the lack of availability or lack of space that means we have a facility that's basically obsolete yeah there's a petition circulating in opposition to the expansion that's calling for a public vote on this issue and a major traffic shipped to to tell you about it's coming to highway one eighty three in east Austin the mobility authority steeper stomach he says they're going to demolish and rebuild the bridge over the Colorado River is part of the one eighty three south project we will be shifting traffic out to the new frontage roads in the southbound direction between balm road and across the Colorado River that'll be the first phase yeah the first changes come as early as this morning a rather tomorrow night that is and more faces are planned in the coming days and weeks now you're up to date your daily dossier it's on the front page of our websites and news ready okay LBJ dot com you know going back to the story about the convention center there and the the the expansion yeah and you know that the the fact that while we're talking about expanding in spending millions and millions and millions on something that were having a millions and millions of dollars loss every year it and and and is something that we don't need it but Austin doesn't too good at the Austin never does city of Austin is forced planners it it it they never go we don't need it they don't operate that way no it's always spend money and build it at any cost not are you running off it's not their money can it be just okay every now and then to to accept you know what we don't need it we don't need or want us it's a hard sell knowing the current convention centers losing forty three million dollars a year that's it's a hard sell to invest a billion dollars to build another one the mayor says we need to build another one so that we can create a special taxing district what we can generate funds to help the homeless get him off the streets that's part of it but also the fact you heard there talking about the hotel motor sales association we're losing convention business to bigger cities is so that's why we have a loss that's why we have a loss because we're not attracting business but because of the facilities we have I don't know that I think that is a tough sell because that seems like well let's build it just kind of see what happens listen Austin's gonna lose even more convention center business even more when the Kalahari resorts on seventy nine opens up that's in that place is going to be beautifully amazing yes yes and there the other issue is they're gonna lose a lot of business if the home because of the homeless ordinances that they repealed you've got a huge amount of homeless people now that are right around the convention center I think address that first then we'll talk about spending a billion dollars later yeah on on you got a dress your media problems first and then do it but we don't have anything else to spend the money on or vote to spend the money on them they will okay listen I stay with us a judge's halts a ruling requiring drug prices in TV ads will explain the details of that coming up at seven twenty we'll take a look at Austin's on time traffic in our forecast that's all straight ahead as well you're thinking about selling your home and you want to sell it faster for more money you should reach out to our friend Chris waters as you know he's a broker and owner of waters international realty we've been talking about him for years right this very minute he has a list of more than twelve thousand people that are specifically looking for to buy a home in Austin he can he can line you up using data in an artificial intelligence get you hooked up with a person that wants to buy your home he's got this amazing skill approved repeatable marketing system that just works in fact you could get your guaranteed offer in seventy two hours there's a good story from John here in Austin he said we were originally going to list our home with a friend that was going to give a offer offer a discount a commission but decided her Chris waters good move Chris in his team put their marketing machine to work and they had three offers on their home and sold in yeah eleven thousand over asking price and they ended up netting thirty five thousand more by not being suckered into an offer for one of those Wall Street home flippers yes so your home today call Chris six four nine four thousand that six four nine four thousand or online Christopher waters dot.

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"forty three million dollars" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"forty three million dollars" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"She also the statistics from time to time on Sunday. Baseball, sarah. How you doing today? I'm doing great. How are you doing great? We're all sort of processing, this information about Craig kimbrel signing with Chicago Cubs. A three year forty three million dollar agreement if he passes, the physical, what'd you think of the signing. Yeah, I mean, I think it makes a lot of sense for the cubs obviously, the whole narrative with the way free agency went for him and Dallas who were still waiting on as you know, personally, I just wish these guys have been able to sign. These teams have been willing to sign them earlier, actually during the offseason, but I think it makes a lot of sense for the cubs, especially how their Balkan has walked this season. They've already blown I believe it's eleven saves this year. They blew nineteen saves all of last year. So it was clearly an east, you know there were a bunch of teams that needed it, and another one, actually blue there. The game yesterday the twins. And I think that that was a lot of the narrative surrounding there. But I think the cubs makes a lot of sense and they got a pretty good deal for him. Honestly, based on what's reported. It's very interesting about the fact that the twins were involved. You do wonder if the fact that the twins have a stranglehold on the American League central affected their aggressiveness in the Kimbrell talks because they know is we sit here today that they're going to be in the postseason. All right. Let's play the numbers game. Number three number three zero. That's how many runs Jason Vargas allowed last night. In a complete nine inning outing. He threw a hundred seventeen pitches last night after not going more than ninety eight in any other start this season. It was his first shutout since June second seventeen with the royals against the Indians, which really feels like a long time ago. And if you remember Noah Syndergaard through shutout for the Mets on may second my birthday, which means that the Mets have two individuals shutouts this year, the last time that they had to. Two was twenty thirteen from John niece, and Matt Harvey time has very much past the last time that they had more than two shutouts from individual pitchers season was twenty twelve when they had five two from Johan Santana and three from RA Dicky's. So I mean, this is, you know, I think we expected this out of the Mets pitching staff in past years, and obviously with degrom and all of that. But they've two shutouts and they came from Syndergaard and Jason Vargas. I don't think anyone would have even picked that entering the year. Number two. Number two, is twenty six. That's how many RBI Austin Riley has so far in his career. That's twenty six RBI in just nineteen career games. If that sounds like a lot, it is his twenty six RBI in nineteen. Kirk games is tied with Mandy Brooks for the most RBI by a player in his first nineteen Kerr games since RBI became an official stat in nineteen. Twenty and just so you know, in case you don't recognize the name Mandy Brooks, which I didn't initially Brooks debuted in nineteen twenty five. So we're talking about something that we hadn't seen in more than ninety years, Riley, sitting three twenty two year with a one. Oh, six nine PS is a fifty four percent hard hit rate, which is top ten in a major since he debuted on may fifteenth. He's absolutely crushing for the Braves. Number one. Number one is eleven. That's how many home runs. Gary Sanchez has this season with an exit philosophy hundred ten miles an hour or more, which is the most in the majors, nobody else has more than eight such home runs. Sanchez had his nineteenth home run of the season last year giving him one more Homer in forty two games. Then he had all of last year in eighty nine games his career high since that's now what we're looking at is thirty three and twenty seventeen and he's absolutely just crushing the ball. He is a seven thirteen expected, slugging percentage, which is based on exit. Philosophy and launch angle. Basically quality of contact the only player with a higher expected slugging percentage. This year is Cody Bellinger, at seven thirty two. Which I mean sounds right based on what we've seen..

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Cubs reach deal with 7-time All-Star closer Craig Kimbrel

After Hours With Amy Lawrence

02:31 min | 2 years ago

Cubs reach deal with 7-time All-Star closer Craig Kimbrel

"Did you know the cubs are third in major league baseball with eleven blown saves third worst when it comes to blown saves in baseball eleven of them just for a second there think about how different their record could look if they didn't blow half of those games. Let's say they only have five blown saves. You're talking about already getting to forty wins being among the best, not just in the National League. But in major league baseball. And so to address this issue. Theo Epstein of the cubs goes out and finally gives Craig kimbrel. A new home Craig kimbrel who wanted to be a hundred million dollar man has settled, I'm using air quotations here. He settled for a three year deal option for a fourth forty three million dollars. Was it worth the seven-month awake? Well, only Craig kimbrel cancer that question. Seven months of free agency probably a ton of angst. But he'll earn ten billion to go through the rest of this season with the Chicago Cubs, and then fifteen million dollars each in twenty twenty and then twenty twenty one. It's I think a huge bargain for the cubs. When you consider what he was asking for right? Part of the reason that he was unsigned for so long is because it's asking price. He wanted it to be seven figures seven figures, he wanted to be nine figures. It's only eight math. He wanted two hundred million. But there was no team out there willing to give him that. I think it's better to play baseball for forty three million then to not play baseball at all. But what do I know? Hill report to the cubs for his physical on Thursday and the idea right now is that he'll be ready to pitch within two weeks? The scene had made comments after the news broke before he did admit that they had interest in Craig kimbrel, and that it was kind of a bonus for them. This point in the season. There are usually quality free agents. Just lying

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"forty three million dollars" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:19 min | 3 years ago

"forty three million dollars" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Are you weight loss resistant for medical reasons, or are you having psychological reasons, and you're using food as a comfort or maybe you're not being mindful as you should be when it comes to eating, and so how you respond to food. I'm gonna look at you know, this kind of a trendy term, but it's called body types or Endo echo more. And and we're also going to look at, you know, your lab results if you bring those forward, and let's think of it as a spectrum where you have genetic traits from your body type. Certain traits make you more dominant. And now, I have you know, it looked at hundreds of probably thousands of studies where they look at diet and training, and there's no one diet or one exercise that always works for everyone. I think we can definitely agree upon that. What works best for you is that's my job to figure out and just a little side. No, I don't know if anybody saw this week. But it looks like Oprah Winfrey is losing I think forty million dollars on Weight Watchers, which we'll talk about that on another show because I have to do some more research on that. And I I will call that karma because you know, when she first decided to become invested in Weight Watchers, I think the first day she got forty three million dollars. And I was like why would anyone want to listen to Oprah? She's the poster child of going up and down with her weight. And she still hasn't conquered it to this day. So I don't really understand. Why Weight Watchers wanted to do a partnership with Oprah? Besides the fact they thought they'd make a lot of money. And when you do something from that standpoint, and it's not really your heart. I think that that's when businesses fail. That's just my own opinion. So she lost forty million this week will the story will go on. So if this is your goal is to lose some weight, and in this is your genetic predisposition, then we can kind of create what it is that you need for your body. And we also need to create what I call a priority hierarchy. So where we can say, you know, you're going to devote this much time for x y and z. That's how you're gonna meet your goals because a lot of times when I asked someone how much time they have to. Devote to their weight loss goals or their health goals. They'll just tell me the amount of time that they need to exercise every week. But it's so much more than that. And we have to look at so many different things. So. The the the answer to my question is usually wrong because they're just looking at exercise. So this will resonate with some of you. We have to identify if you are behavioral or metabolic, right? So metabolic client comes in is failing weight loss resistant. They're not really sure why they not losing weight. They feel like they've been eating good. They feel like they've been exercising. But they're just not budging in the the scales just isn't going down. And they have no idea. Why? So of course, they come to me to help them figure it out, and you know, or what a lot of people do. It's the definition of insanity. Right. It's doing the same thing over and over and over again, maybe you've done Weight Watchers two or three times and the third time you do it. It's just not working for you. And that's because you. Have a diet a history of dieting, and that has finally shifted your metabolism. And to a state where it doesn't want to budge. So that's insanity right to keep doing the same thing over and over and over again and expecting a different result. So what are we going to do to change your lifestyle and follow a plan that would actually help you get to where you want to be? And that's going to take some dedication of time money. I always say you can't get to your goals without devoting time, energy and money. And so, and then the other thing is, you know, behavioral, right? We've talked about this many times on the harmony with food show and the number here is eight six six nine two zero nine four five five again that's eight six six nine two zero nine four five five behavioral it's not a bad word. Word is not a dirty word. It's, you know, eighty five percent of people fall into this category, including myself, it's you know, we're you may have at some point in your life developed some bad habits, and you don't even realize that you are, you know, eating mindlessly, you're not eating intuitively and many times on the show. We talk about my trademark secret, which is keep it a five so on a scale zero.

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"forty three million dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"forty three million dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Eighty and we will start off with Fred Fred good morning. How you doing today? Fine. Thank you. Okay. The political racetrack situation. I would hope that they would just close it up and move it. Where could we move it? Well, I would say me might if you can find a suitable location somewhere in Maryland and leave it in Maryland, they won't move it to laurel because the Stronach family owns laurel racetrack, and they put forty three million dollars into it. Okay. Well, that's good. But you have to take it out of Baltimore City. Why I don't like I would leave it in Baltimore City. I would take it down the port Covington on the water put them, marina hotel, restaurants down there with it. But I don't like where it is. Well, Well, I I know why you don't like it because I've mentioned this before African Americans have destroyed Baltimore City. I don't know about that. I just don't like the geographical location and you're right about it's a rough neighborhood. It's not the best place in the world to have a world class tourist attraction, which African Americans have destroyed some technical hurry up that way. Well, they need to put you know. Here's what they're proposing. Which I have to give them credit for this proposal, though. I don't see how could ever work they're proposing a multipurpose facility, which is what I suggested from the beginning. No matter where you put it. But I never liked it at Pimlico, but a multi level facility. So what they're going to do. They're gonna put a hotel. They're they're gonna put some restaurants. They're gonna put a hospital. They're they're going to like a hospital, and they're going to put some buildings there for jobs, so they're gonna put a multitude of buildings at that one big big location there, but they expect to spend four hundred million dollars on the racetrack. They wanna knock it down and fix it up four hundred million dollars. Now, do you really think Fred that the tax payers of this state are going to be willing to spend four hundred million dollars because I can tell you Mr..

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Mega Millions winners identified as California office pool

Mac and Gaydos

02:01 min | 3 years ago

Mega Millions winners identified as California office pool

"Of stuff to Washington manor near seventh street and van Buren Saint Mary's. President Tom Curtis, says wasn't just canned, goods either everything from, tomatoes, potatoes carrots, rates we have. Eggs we have milk, cheese, resident Ernie, Rogers loved. It I think it's awesome because they're doing it in the. Bill the normally deal to make your outside in the. Heat so this is a nice change of. Pace Curtis, says two hundred People lost all. Their food during Tuesday's power outage Kathy Klein KTAR. News word just, in that last week's massive five hundred forty three million dollar. Mega millions jackpot winners have come forward in northern. California their lives changed with a last minute decision to buy, tickets eleven members of an office pool showed up at the California lottery offices in northern California claim their prize the group refusing to come forward publicly or to say where they. Work told the lottery, they played on a whim after hearing about the massive jackpot which they'll now. All split each put in, two bucks a piece they range in age from twenty one to sixty years old. Oh and they, say they do plan, to keep working Alex, stone, ABC news, Los Angeles KTAR. Is on immigration Amazonia, democratic, congressman Ralph, Abraham alva-. Calling for the resignation of d. h. S Secretary cures to. Nielsen he says the allegations of suicide attempts and sexual. Abuse at facilities housing migrant miners and children. Show the, administration's in Competence in protecting kids this weekend if you're traveling using state. Route three forty seven lane restriction will begin at nine o'clock. Tonight, and last through Sunday night with dot state route. Three forty seven will, be narrowed down to one lane in, both directions, between Edison and Smith Anki roads in the Maricopa area for pavement repair work that's. Taking place, along the highway drivers need to allow some extra travel, time, expect delays, and use caution in those works Coming up. Now five seven let's look at. Traffic right now with Larry Lewis in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center Becky Lynn we're, seeing delays on the ten you've got. That crash in the westbound direction approaching.

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California, Officer and Detroit discussed on The Richard Eeds Show

The Richard Eeds Show

00:51 sec | 3 years ago

California, Officer and Detroit discussed on The Richard Eeds Show

"Claim, a huge jackpot the California lottery says last month's five hundred forty three million dollar mega millions jackpot was. Won by eleven members of an office, pool who played on a, whim the Santa Clara county co workers showed up at the California lottery's Hayward office the day, after the. July twenty fourth drawing. The winners say they work in the financial industry range in age from, twenty one to sixty and. Everyone pitched in two. Dollars to buy. The ticket the grand prize is the largest in California lottery history I'm. Anne Cates Detroit police officer has been suspended with pay after a bystander's, video showed him. Punching a possibly, mentally ill woman at least ten times had a hospital. Detroit, police chief, James Craig is, called the video, very disturbing and says a criminal investigation has. Been launched into the officers use of force but he says no one should rush to, judgment because the officer he says he's.

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