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"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Berg share some thoughts about the way we use language on the internet first news live from NPR news in Washington I'm lectured me saying disability and civil rights advocates are suing the government over the conditions in U. S. immigration detention centers NPR's Joel rose reports the lawsuit alleges shoddy medical care and other problems according to the lawsuit immigrants in detention are denied recommended medical treatment and surgery and placed in isolation as punishment some immigrants say they've been denied wheelchairs and other accommodations for disabilities the Southern Poverty Law Center which helped bring the lawsuit accuses immigration authorities of ignoring inhumane conditions the privately run detention centers they oversee the suit cites problems at eight detention facilities from California to Colorado to Georgia US immigration and customs enforcement declined to comment on the lawsuit but an agency official said detainees do have access to comprehensive medical and dental care the number of immigrants in ice detention has grown to an average of fifty five thousand per day dole rose NPR news the Israeli and US military's reportedly are holding exercises hostilities in the region with the Ron get worse Israel says it has collaborated with U. S. special forces in simulating the rescue of a hijacked ship the trump administration is working to establish a naval security mission to protect maritime activity in the strategic strait of Hormuz the Persian Gulf has been the site of several attacks on oil tankers in recent weeks Iran accuses the trump White House of promoting policy that it says for that you rode security in the Middle East Russia is condemning a recent cruise missile tests by the US military from Moscow and peers leucine Kim tells us that Russia is accusing the trump administration of stoking military tensions after leaving a landmark arms control treaty the Pentagon said on Monday at tested a ground launched cruise missile hit its target after more than five hundred kilometers of flight that kind of test would have been banned under the intermediate range nuclear forces or I. N. F. treaty which the trump administration abandoned this month citing Russian violations Russian deputy foreign minister Sergei recalls told state media the test was regrettable that Russia wouldn't give in to what he called American provocations Russians this I've been compliance with the I. N. of treaty said the test prove the US was just looking for a pretext withdraw from the agreement the I. enough treaty was signed in nineteen eighty seven by president Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev it was considered a milestone in ending the Cold War Lucy McCann NPR news Moscow federal agents who've been tipped off by members of the public may have again foiled a mass shooting the FBI says a truck drivers been arrested in Indianapolis after he allegedly threatened to attack a church in Memphis Tennessee and then take his own life a friend of the suspect alerted the FBI the suspect is the latest in a series of men to be arrested for allegedly plotting mass attacks this is NPR news the United Kingdom and the European Union are holding a new round of diplomacy still clearly headed toward a costly divorce without an agreement on how to best break up Britain's you prime minister Boris Johnson is still determined to leave the E. you at the end of October deal or No deal cementing that point his government says that as of September first it will no longer attend emu meetings that don't involve the U. K.'s interest Johnson wants to axe the so called backstop over the Irish border which would keep the U. K. in a customs union with the E. U. until a better agreement is reached Johnson says the backstop threatens the U. K.'s sovereignty the US state department says it is deeply troubled by Sri Lanka's new army chief a man with a long record of human rights violations NPR's Michele Kelemen reports the US is warning Sri Lanka this could affect relations U. S. is supporting Sri Lanka with a four hundred eighty million dollar millennium challenge corporation grant to help modernize the country's transport infrastructure but one factor that could affect the program is the appointment of lieutenant general sure Brenda Silva as army chief US officials as the appointment undermine Sri Lanka's international reputation so let a unit that encircled the final stronghold of the time tiger rebels in the final stages of the civil war in two thousand nine Sri Lanka's government is dismissing foreign criticism of his appointment saying this was a sovereign decision by the head of state Michele Kellerman NPR news the state department the Dow Jones industrial average is down eighty seven point since the opening stanza.

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Amazon's second headquarters clears blocks in Virginia funding vote

At Home with Gary Sullivan

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Amazon's second headquarters clears blocks in Virginia funding vote

"News Radio. Virginia officials will vote today on Amazon's plan to set up its second headquarters near Washington DC, a five member panel of the Arlington county board will vote on whether Amazon will receive a portion of the estimated four hundred eighty million dollars. The county has promised the online retailer has also been offered a seven hundred fifty million dollar package by the state of Virginia. Not everyone supports Amazon's plan. Reuters says about one hundred. Protesters from a coalition of labor groups are expected to attend

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"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on The Daily

"From the New York Times, I'm Michael Barr. This is the day. Today. Across Silicon Valley tech companies are pursuing contracts with the US military. Kevin roots on a cautionary tale of where that can leave. It's Wednesday March sixth. So I'm a tech columnist. I spend a lot of time talking with and looking at the big tech companies, and where they're going and one of the most interesting threads that's come up in the past year. Or so is this question of how silicon valley's should engage with the government and with the military specifically. And I think we're at a point right now where the government is saying we want the things that you're building we want you to be part of our modernisation efforts and within some of these companies, there's sort of growing divide between the management of the companies, and what they want for their business, and some of the people actually building this technology the engineers who are working on these advanced systems that are in hop demand by the military and other government agencies. And we just saw this play out in a pretty meaningful way at Microsoft. What happened there, exactly? So last year Microsoft signed a contract with the department of defense to use a technology called hollow lens in the army morning. Everyone. A few years ago. We started asking ourselves remaking, so simple that technology would Justice appear in hololens was originally developed. It's kind of like a headset for augmented reality, replace our digital content writing to your world writing to your life with more reality than ever before. I saw a demo of this a couple years ago, and they were touting it as kind of the next generation of gaming, welcome. When you you're a of windows. Welcome to win those holographic people were wearing hololens, and you would be swinging your imaginary sword at imaginary monsters, but it all looked like it was happening right there in your living room last year. Microsoft signed a contract to develop hololens technology for use on the battlefield. To give soldiers the ability to wear these headsets and get information about their surroundings and to increase the fallacy of the soldiers on the battlefield. So this technology will specifically be deployed within the military for the American soldiers are better at killing the enemy. That's the way. It's described in the contract. Yes. And so I'm guessing that this was something that Microsoft engineers objected to and then there's Microsoft they're receiving backlash from their own employee's over new groundbreaking technology. Well, a few of them did. But they did it pretty vocally more than one hundred fifty Microsoft employees signed a letter demanding that the company cancelled four hundred eighty million dollar contract to build a Hollins for the Pentagon saying they quote Adela and Brad Smith, we are global coalition of Microsoft workers, and we refuse to create technology for werfare and depression, and it goes on. And basically they argue that this sort of crossed the line into weapons development. This was basically taking something that they had built and turned it into something that was designed to help soldiers on the battlefield kill other soldiers. Not what they designed to do. Right. Not their intent not what they were told. They were going to be working on and not something they were comfortable. With. Kevin thinking about this. It's kind of hard to imagine that the US military would not use US technology American may technology like this in warfare that seems kind of inevitable doesn't it? Well, right. I mean as long as there has been a US tech industry. There's been a partnership with the US government, and and with the military the original internet came out of a defense department project, and since then lots of advances in technology have been spurred by this collaboration between the Pentagon and Silicon Valley and a lot of these companies already provide technology to the military. I mean, a lot of military computers run windows operating system. But this was a sort of a bridge too far for these employees..

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"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"The Amazon prime air cargo plane crash near Houston work continues to recover the plane's black box at least three people were aboard the flight that was traveling from Miami diffused in major winter storm is impacting millions of Americans across the south and midwest as it makes its way to the northeast rivers are reaching flood stage in several states blizzards are causing havoc on interstates how to train your dragon. The hidden world is this week's top movie taking in an estimated fifty five million dollars in its first week in theaters last week's number one alita battle angel fell to second place with twelve million dozens of Microsoft employees are protesting a four hundred eighty million dollar contract with the US army the contract provides augmented reality headsets that would allow soldiers to Overmach their current and future opponents with Morley Thallady, mobility and situational awareness. Phil Hulett NBC News Radio. It's going to be very difficult for someone to mount a successful primary challenge to President Trump and twenty twenty because of what he's accomplished increase border security, and the court deregulate more authority to to the governor's in terms of de emphasizing North Korea's as a problem and resolving that he's had tremendous success. That's what Arkansas Republican governor ASA Hutchinson sat on NBC's, meet the press. Former Massachusetts Republican governor Bill weld is formed an exploratory committee for a twenty twenty White House bid while Maryland Republican governor Larry HOGAN has reportedly indicated he is open to challenging Trump. The group people for the ethical treatment of animals is facing backlash online after it criticised the late wildlife conservationist Steve Irwin on. What would have been his fifty seventh birthday to Mark his birthday Friday. Google put up a Google doodle featuring drawings of the crocodile hunter with various animals pita criticized Google for the move saying it set a dangerous fawning message about. Man. They claim harassed animals who were minding their own business. Irwin was killed by a Stingray in two thousand six one fan tweeted or when loved animals and his work introduced the importance of wildlife conservation to millions Peter didn't back down tweeting a real wildlife expert respects animals for the individuals. They are and leaves them to their own business in their natural homes. Some airlines are sparking privacy concerns by using inflight entertainment systems with built-in cameras aimed at the passenger. They've been noticed by passengers on some newer planes flown by carriers like American and Singapore Airlines. Singapore Airlines responded to the Twitter post about cameras last week saying that the cameras are disabled, and there are no plans to use them in the future. American says the cameras were installed by the manufacturer for possible uses like seat to seat videoconferencing. But that the company also has no plans to use them. Phil Hulett NBC News Radio. Celebrate v. Eighteen years of art and community at.

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Microsoft workers protest use of HoloLens headsets for war

Masters in Business

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Microsoft workers protest use of HoloLens headsets for war

"The market. A group of Microsoft employees are demanding the company abandoned four hundred eighty million dollar contract with the US army to build Berge of its Holo lens, augmented reality headsets for the battlefield in a letter circulated yesterday workers called it weapons technology. That's the latest in a series of protests from workers at tech companies objecting to certain uses

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Microsoft workers demand it drop $480 million U.S. Army contract

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Microsoft workers demand it drop $480 million U.S. Army contract

"A group of Microsoft employees are demanding the company abandoned four hundred eighty million dollar contract with the US army to build Berge of its Holo lands, augmented reality headsets for the battlefield and a letter circulated yesterday workers called it weapons technology. That's the latest in a series of protests from workers at tech companies objecting to certain uses of the

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"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"I got a correct myself on the Iran payments in it was not I did go. Look it up to make sure I was right in. I was kind of sorta right? But kinda sorta wrong, so it was not payments from Iran that worry was not Iranian money that was in banks of accounts that were frozen that was dealt with separately before the shawl was deposed in the nineteen seventies. Iran had paid the United States four hundred eighty million dollars in that money was placed into a foreign defense contracts trust account for in defense contract trust account. That is the Iranian government was at the time. Prohibited from buying military weaponry. Directly from the United States businesses that made them they had to pay the federal government, which instead within procure the weapon systems and take the money of the trust account, and then send the weapons onto Iran. The Shaw fell there was foreign eighty million dollars in that account, and it has been litigated in the world court in the Hague for years and years since the account was frozen in nineteen seventy nine not nineteen eighty and the US and Iran agreed to an interest rate and that interest rate has accumulated to over one billion dollars. Now, here's the catch. And why it was really controversial. It's been misstated badly from a lot of people. I did go. Look it up the US government allowed that trust money to be paid out that forward eighty million dollars to be paid out to American victims of terror. And there was a congressional investigation in two thousand sixteen. Led by Bob corker of Tennessee in the Senate. And I forget who in the house as to why the government was giving a Ron this money if the government was actually paying that amount of money to victims. Well, the reason was because Iran in the United States had entered into an agreement in the Hague in the Netherlands where Iran paid additional money into a trust account to pay American victims of terror, and so the Obama administration determined and congress could not disprove their calculations that the money to the victims had come out of the account in the Hague. And so Iran wasn't titled based on an agreement that had begun back in the nineteen eighties. When Reagan was president that Iran was entitled to the four hundred eighty million dollars plus interest on the account at agreed upon interest rate and the agreed upon interest rate over that four hundred eighty million dollars well of mounting about one point two billion dollars. And that's the money paid. Iran. Now, the other hang up on this is that we didn't pay a Ron that four hundred million dollars in cash cold hard cash relief euros and gold until some Americans that were being held in rom were released, and it really looks like a hostage rescue payment that we were negotiating with terrorists, which we actually were. It was terrible deal. It should have been done. But that's why it's different than what the president is alleging..

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"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on AP News

"Taxis and some professional vehicles are exempt electric zero emission cars are all allowed in the US. Army wants Microsoft to supply. It's hollow lens virtual reality headsets to soldiers. It said it's awarded Microsoft to four hundred eighty million dollar contract and make it happen. The head mounted displays use augmented reality, which means viewers can see virtual imagery superimposed over the real world scenery in. In front of them. Microsoft says the tackle provide troops. With better information to make decisions military bidding documents say the technology will be used for both training and fighting bringing more situational awareness troops to help them become more lethal and mobile. Microsoft says the new work extends its long standing relationship with the department of defense and ambitious project to connect the railways of north and South Korea is moving forward South Korea's sent railcars and dozens of officials to North Korea for joint surveys on sections of railway the inspections which will ask for weeks represent one of the more significant goodwill gestures taken between the Koreas and the past month as they moved to reduce tensions across their heavily armed border. The Korea's plan to hold a groundbreaking ceremony by the end of the year. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. A look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. AP radio news. I'm Tim Maguire powerful seven point zero earthquake was quickly followed by a five point seven aftershock this morning near Anchorage. Alaska, AP's Donahue report. The city of Anchorage felt the quake three.

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"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on AP News

"It's hollow lens virtual reality headsets to soldiers. It said it's awarded Microsoft of four hundred eighty million dollar contract and make it happen. The head mounted displays use augmented reality, which means viewers can see virtual imagery superimposed over the real world scenery in front of them. Microsoft says the tackle provide troops would better information to make decisions military bidding documents say the technology will be used for both training and fighting bringing more situational awareness to troops to help them become more lethal and mobile. Microsoft says the new work extends its long standing relationship with the department of defense an ambitious project to connect the railways of north and South Korea is moving forward South Korea's sent railcars and dozens of officials. To North Korea for joint surveys on sections of railway, the inspections which will ask for weeks represent one of the more significant goodwill gestures taken between the Koreas and the past month as they moved to reduce tensions across their heavily armed border. The Korea's plan to hold a groundbreaking ceremony by the end of the year. German. Authorities rated deutchebanks headquarters on Thursday about one hundred and seventy police officers investigators and prosecutors swooped on the banks offices in Frankfurt seizing electronic and paper records. The investigation emerged from an analysis of documents leaked from tex- havens in recent years, including the twenty sixteen Panama papers, Frankfurt prosecutor's, spokeswoman ninety Niessen said the investigations trying to figure out a Deutsche Bank was helping clients setup. So called offshore companies in tax havens, specifically the investigations focused on to Deutsche Bank employees the suspects both German citizens or accused of fainter report suspicious transactions even though there was sufficient evidence to have been aware of it. Hi, I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. Look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. AP radio news. I'm Tim Maguire powerful seven point zero earthquake was followed by a five point seven aftershock this morning near Anchorage Alaska, if he's Ed Donahue report, the city of Anchorage felt the quake three. It's.

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"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on AP News

"Max jets are prompting Southwest Airlines to say all of its pilots will get more instruction on the system. By the end of the year. Some pilots at American Airlines also want more training, the October twenty ninth crash of a lion air flight into the Java. Sea has been attributed to incorrect sensor readings that automatically pushed the nose of the jet down the anti stall system on the seven thirty seven max is different than what was on previous Boeing seven thirty-seven models pilots at both American and south west say that Boeing didn't explain the changes in the new planes operating manual. I'm mike. Mike rossier? The US army wants Microsoft is supply. It's hollow lens virtual reality headsets to soldiers. It said it's awarded Microsoft to four hundred eighty million dollar contract to make it happen. The head mounted displays use augmented reality, which means viewers can see virtual imagery superimposed over the real world scenery in front of them. Microsoft says the tackle provide troops. With better information to make decisions military, bidding documents say the technology will be used for both training and fighting bringing more situational awareness to troops to help them become more lethal and mobile. Microsoft says the new work extends its long standing relationship with the department of defense filmmaker Quentin Tarantino is married. People magazine reports he married Rayleigh singer and model Danielle pick in a small ceremony in Los Angeles on Wednesday. They met in two thousand nine and got engaged last year. It's Tarantino's first marriage. The wedding comes just days after Tarantino wrapped shooting on his next movie once upon a time in Hollywood with stars Leonardo decamp camp. Prio and Brad Pitt and is set for release next year. Hi, I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. Look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available.

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US Army Awards Microsoft $480 Million Contract To Use Hololens With Soldiers

27 Hour News

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

US Army Awards Microsoft $480 Million Contract To Use Hololens With Soldiers

"The US army wants Microsoft to supply. It's hollow lens virtual reality headsets to soldiers. It said it's awarded Microsoft to four hundred eighty million dollar contract. Make it happen. The head mounted displays use augmented reality, which means viewers can see virtual imagery superimposed over the real world scenery in front of them. Microsoft says the tackle provide troops. With better information to make decisions military bidding documents say the technology will be used for both training and fighting bringing more situational awareness to troops to help them become more lethal in mobile. Microsoft says the new work extends its long standing relationship with the department of

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"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on AP News

"Most banks and credit card processors in the US won't service marijuana businesses because of the federal prohibition on the drug credit union. One announced his decision Thursday and said it comes with no political or moral position on marijuana. Most marijuana businesses run on cash. So the company said safety concerns where significant factor in its decision. A pilot programs expected to begin in the first half of twenty nineteen according to department of revenue figures in taxes alone, the industry in Alaska paid the state nearly eleven million dollars between January and September the Alaska marijuana industry association says it's ecstatic about the new banking option, but only a handful of businesses will initially participate in the pilot program German. Authorities raided Deutsche Bank's headquarters on Thursday about one hundred and seventy police officers investigators and prosecutors swooped on the banks offices in Frankfurt seizing electronic and paper records. The investigation emerged from an analysis of documents leaked from tex- havens in recent years, including the twenty sixteen Panama papers, Frankfurt prosecutor's, spokeswoman Najah Niessen said the investigations trying to figure out a Deutsche Bank was helping clients setup. So called offshore companies in tax havens, specifically the investigations focused on to Deutsche Bank employees the suspects both German citizens who are accused of failing to recall the suspicious transactions even though there was sufficient evidence to have been aware of it. The US army wants Microsoft to supply. It's hollow lens virtual reality headsets to soldiers. It said it's warded Microsoft to four hundred eighty million dollar contract and make it happen. The head mounted displays use augmented reality, which means viewers can see virtual imagery superimposed over the real world scenery in front of them. Microsoft says the tackle provide troops. With better information to make decisions military bidding documents say the. Technology will be used for both training and fighting bringing more situational awareness to troops to help them become more lethal and mobile. Microsoft says the new work extends its long standing relationship with the department of defense. Hi, I'm making crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. Look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. AP radio news. I'm Tim Maguire powerful seven point zero earthquake was followed by a five point seven aftershock this morning, your Anchorage, Alaska AP's, Ed Donahue report. The city of Anchorage felt the quake three.

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"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Breach may have affected. Some five hundred million guests at its Starwood hotel chain. Correspondent Ben Thomas reports of the breach also included guests staying at Sheraton hotels western Saint region and west hotels among others. Marriott says the unauthorized data access within the Starwood network has been taking place since two thousand fourteen information potentially compromised includes credit card numbers and expiration dates for as many as two thirds of the five hundred million guests who may have been affected data exposed could also include mailing address phone number Email address date of birth and passport number. None of the Marriott branded chains are threatened. Microsoft's big bet on cloud computing, paying off as the company has surpassed apple as the world's most valuable publicly traded company, the software makers prospects, look bleak just a few years ago as licenses for the company's windows system fell with a sharp drop in sales of personal computers. News and analysis at townhall dot com. Virtual reality headsets finding a place on the battlefield army says it's warning Microsoft, a four hundred eighty million dollar contract is it's a whole lowlands headsets to soldiers the head mounted displays use augmented reality that means viewers can see virtual imagery superimposed over the real world. Saint Rian front of military documents described the technology is being used for both training and fighting bringing more situational awareness to troops. Microsoft says technology will provide troops with better information to make decisions Blagden reporting new Instagram feature aims to make it easier to share photos and videos with cure people, the close friends feature lets users share photos and videos that disappear after twenty four hours with people on a special list. Now, the idea is that people may feel more comfortable sharing some things with just close friends rather than all followers. More on these stories at townhall dot com. I'm Gordon Griffin. This is Michael medven here with Mike Stahl from healthmarkets helping folks find the right Medicare coverage. The news reports say that the rates might be going down. The government projects the cost of Medicare plans will decrease this year..

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"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"One g WI partly cloudy skies. Thirty eight degrees at NewsRadio eight ten and one zero three one W G Y the death of a patient at Albany meds ER is being investigated. The man was restrained and had just been administered medication to calm him after being transported via ambulance with Albany. Police Steve Smith of the Albany. Police department tells news channel thirteen they were not present when the death occurred great relationship with I'll be medical center hospital. Every single day. People here in the city of all the health care that they need. Of that individual. Respondent back in about an hour later hospital officials say efforts to revive the patient were begun as soon as it was determined. He had stopped breathing and had no pulse. Individuals involved in the incident have been placed on administrative leave while the hospital. Police investigate deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein is expressing confidence in new acting US attorney general Matthew Whitaker. Burch west Germany. Whitaker was put in the position this week after the resignation of just Jeff Sessions. Some fear Whitaker will interfere with special counsel Robert Muller's probe into alleged collusion between Russia and President Trump's 2016 political campaign. The US army is getting new camouflage that will better hide soldiers and their activities soldiers will enjoy a new level of stealth with a netting system that can hide military equipment providing protection against not only visual threats, but also ultra violet near infrared and thermal infrared radars the military times reports Fibro tax USA one four hundred eighty million dollar contract to provide the concealment and deception system to the army. The netting is expected to be available in dark and light patterns tailored to a variety of different combat environments in Washington..

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U.S. launches criminal probe into bitcoin price manipulation

Daily Tech Headlines

02:01 min | 3 years ago

U.S. launches criminal probe into bitcoin price manipulation

"Uhhuh see's daily tech headlines for thursday may twenty fourth twenty eighteen i'm sarah lane sources tell bloomberg the us justice department has opened a criminal probe into price manipulation of bitcoin other digital currencies techniques like spoofing and flooding the market with fake orders to trick other traitors into buying or selling reportedly both being reviewed and federal prosecutors are working with the commodity futures trading commission which is a financial regulator that oversees derivatives tied to bitcoin previously the securities and exchange commission open dozens of investigations into initial coin offerings or does that were suspected to be scammed the new york times reports that apple has been developing prototypes of its own car for four years but has now dramatically scaled back the project instead partnering with volkswagen to supply fleet of its ts six california vans with the latest apple technology like computers sensors and large electric car batteries sources say apple previously tried to incognito with bmw mercedes benz new zahn and mclaren to build up a car but no deals were made the national transportation safety board said in a preliminary port today that uber disabled an emergency braking system in a self driving vehicle that struck and killed a woman in arizona and march and failed to properly identify the production the report said the modified seventeen volvo xc ninety radar systems observe the pedestrian six seconds before impact but quote the selfdriving system software classified the pedestrian as an unknown object than as vehicle and then as a bicycle uber said wednesday shut down its zona selfdriving testing program and focus on limited testing and pittsburgh and california in better news for its first quarter earnings reported two point six billion dollars in revenue up from two point four billion in the last quarter of twenty seventeen who returned a profit of two point five billion thanks to business mergers and russia with dex in southeast asia with grab excluding those gains the company lost about four hundred eighty million dollars still down from one.

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Armstrong, Kim Mcallister and Apple discussed on

01:27 min | 3 years ago

Armstrong, Kim Mcallister and Apple discussed on

"So by monday mornings armstrong and getty show where will the rudy giuliani stormy daniels paul manafort donald trump blank show be at that point boy we'll bring you up to date and because everything has to be about donald trump all the time trump has accused of hiding his real medical history what lurks in those files join us the armstrong and getty show morning six to ten only on the next generation of k g o eight ten jio hates it afternoon to you i'm kim mcallister in for nikki medoro wells fargo will pay four hundred eighty million dollars to settle a lawsuit over it's fake accounts scandal investors claim the bank made misstatements and omissions in its disclosures about its notorious sales practices wells fargo denies the claims but says it settled to avoid the cost and the disruption of further litigation shares in apple rose nearly four percent today after warren buffett's company said it bought seventy five million more shares in the first quarter a said he looks at apple like a consumer products company with a strong competitive position rather than as a tech company and the white house says president trump intends to appoint dr oz to his council on sport fitness and nutrition the doctor is as well known for dispensing advice about health and medical issues on his tv show he's also become a lightning.

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GOP House committee chairmen request Comey memos on Trump

Solutions in Real Estate

01:19 min | 3 years ago

GOP House committee chairmen request Comey memos on Trump

"Kentucky lawmakers have completed an override of governor matt bevins' veto more than four hundred eighty million dollar tax hike that helps pay for increases in public education spending the senate voted twenty two eighteen on friday to override the gop's governor's veto of house bill three hundred and sixty six three house republican committee chairman want the justice department to provide them with copies of memos written by former fbi director james comey about his conversations with president trump how should is sheree committee chairman robert goodlatte house oversight and government reform committee chairman trae out into house intelligence committee chairman devon nunez as that un redacted copies of those memos be made available as soon as monday a week session to end the week on wall street investors not happy about a possible trade war with china the dow was down one hundred twenty three points more on these stories at townhall dot com here's your nine seventy am the answer kentuckiana forecast an eighty percent chance of showers and thundershowers today with a high seventy four and then later tonight showers possibly a thunderstorm with a low fifty four rainfall amounts between one and two inches possible cloudy and cooler with showers likely and a thunderstorm.

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Senate, Gop and Chairman discussed on Solutions in Real Estate

Solutions in Real Estate

01:19 min | 3 years ago

Senate, Gop and Chairman discussed on Solutions in Real Estate

"Kentucky lawmakers have completed an override of governor matt bevins' veto more than four hundred eighty million dollar tax hike that helps pay for increases in public education spending the senate voted twenty two eighteen on friday to override the gop's governor's veto of house bill three hundred and sixty six three house republican committee chairman want the justice department to provide them with copies of memos written by former fbi director james comey about his conversations with president trump how should is sheree committee chairman robert goodlatte house oversight and government reform committee chairman trae out into house intelligence committee chairman devon nunez as that un redacted copies of those memos be made available as soon as monday a week session to end the week on wall street investors not happy about a possible trade war with china the dow was down one hundred twenty three points more on these stories at townhall dot com here's your nine seventy am the answer kentuckiana forecast an eighty percent chance of showers and thundershowers today with a high seventy four and then later tonight showers possibly a thunderstorm with a low fifty four rainfall amounts between one and two inches possible cloudy and cooler with showers likely and a thunderstorm.

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"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"To know right now with a chance of hundreds of teachers ringing in their ears kentucky house lawmakers voted today to override the republican governors veto of a two year operating budget would increase public education spending with the help of a four hundred eighty million dollar tax increase a founder of the classified ads site backpage dot com has been released from custody after spending a week in jail on charges up oscilloscope of prostitution and money laundering michael lacey posted a one million dollar bond today and he has to wear in electronic monitoring device questions arising over how first baptist church in sutherland springs texas is handling millions in donations made since a gunman opened fire in november killing more than two dozen people while some survivors and victims families save they're still waiting for assistance the church has now plans to build a new three million dollars sanctuary you're never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top story stories on arizona's news station ktar news time to check on that traffic again here's detour dan in valley chevy dealers traffic center i wish i had better news becky lynn but we do have a freeway closure it's not here in town though but it's approaching the valley southbound seventeen south of flagstaff in fact it's south of months park at milepost three oh five it's a vehicle fire so hopefully it's a temporary closure but for the moment southbound lanes not getting through at milepost three oh five that for a vehicle fire south of months part we've also got a wreck your in town northbound one zero one the our free at northern right lane is blocked on eastbound one hundred sixty four th street a crash off to the right there's a few service street collisions arizona avenue south of elliott baseline in central at though wrote at the one oh one hour free and we've got a twenty one minute ride eastbound ten seventeen split to the santan only a dozen minutes on the red mount freeway eastbound fifty one to the one on one and twenty minutes eastbound sixty i ten east out to the signal butte that's nothing no extra minutes this traffic report brought to you by staples staples has a huge selection of ink and toner in stock and a.

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"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Why she said of the face to face that it's quote juvenile but some political watchers are even making a big deal about the exchange andrea darlas wgn news for illinois governor rod blagojevich is hoping the us supreme court takes up the appeal of his fourteen year corruption sentence his wife patty says there's hope president trump could pardon the former governor president trump knows my husband he likes them i mean from his public comments and you know we're first and foremost hooking sprint cortex up our case because that would mean that we it's a wrote of indication for us but you know absent doing that you know we certainly would hope that president trump and do something to help us out she says the supreme court taking the case with mean erode vindication still no word on how the us will respond to the suspected chemical attack targeting syrian civilian weapons last weekend at today's state department briefing spokeswoman heather nauert only saying we know we now know the syrian regime was behind the attack i'll leave it to the president to announce what may or may not happen what actions government bayer may not choose to take the president's forty eight hour deadline he announced on twitter to say how he would respond to the attack is passed with no indication if or when the us will strike back kentucky lawmakers have completed an override of governor matt bevins' veto of a more than four hundred eighty million dollar tax hike that helps pay for increases in public education spending thousands of teachers rallied at the kentucky capital today urging the veto police say a woman who drove off a california cliff last month in an suv carrying her wife and children were was drunk jennifer hard had an alcohol level of point one zero to california drivers are considered drunk with a level of point oh eight or higher the hearts and three of their children were found dead after the car plunged into the pacific ocean last month two more are missing another body has been found but not identified it wasn't a smash.

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Teacher victory: Kentucky House overrides tax increase veto

The Roe Conn Show

01:54 min | 3 years ago

Teacher victory: Kentucky House overrides tax increase veto

"Why she said of the face to face that it's quote juvenile but some political watchers are even making a big deal about the exchange andrea darlas wgn news for illinois governor rod blagojevich is hoping the us supreme court takes up the appeal of his fourteen year corruption sentence his wife patty says there's hope president trump could pardon the former governor president trump knows my husband he likes them i mean from his public comments and you know we're first and foremost hooking sprint cortex up our case because that would mean that we it's a wrote of indication for us but you know absent doing that you know we certainly would hope that president trump and do something to help us out she says the supreme court taking the case with mean erode vindication still no word on how the us will respond to the suspected chemical attack targeting syrian civilian weapons last weekend at today's state department briefing spokeswoman heather nauert only saying we know we now know the syrian regime was behind the attack i'll leave it to the president to announce what may or may not happen what actions government bayer may not choose to take the president's forty eight hour deadline he announced on twitter to say how he would respond to the attack is passed with no indication if or when the us will strike back kentucky lawmakers have completed an override of governor matt bevins' veto of a more than four hundred eighty million dollar tax hike that helps pay for increases in public education spending thousands of teachers rallied at the kentucky capital today urging the veto police say a woman who drove off a california cliff last month in an suv carrying her wife and children were was drunk jennifer hard had an alcohol level of point one zero to california drivers are considered drunk with a level of point oh eight or higher the hearts and three of their children were found dead after the car plunged into the pacific ocean last month two more are missing another body has been found but not identified it wasn't a smash.

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"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Of one million dollars in two thousand eighteen firehouse subs public safety foundation by donating point one three percent of every purchase from osborne to dearborn commerce is clare the news watch never stops newsradio nine hundred thirty eight w w w w j news time is five forty three new this evening kentucky lawmakers have completed an override of governor matt bevins' veto of more than four hundred eighty million dollar tax hike that helps pay increases in public education spending the senate voted twenty two eighteen today the final vote followed a fifty seven to forty house vote in favor of the override both chambers controlled by republicans the bill raises revenue for the state over the next two years it includes a six percent sales tax on a variety of services including auto and home repairs to pay for higher classroom spending bevan veto the increase because he said he would not generate enough money to cover new state spending republican legislative leaders disagreed wwe j news time five forty three education today sponsored by oakland university open university lecturer dunya mikhail selected for the prestigious guggenheim fellowship she's a special lecturer of arabic she won a spot on the twenty eighteen john john simon guggenheim memorial foundation fellowship in poetry she's one of nine winners from across the country in poetry three thousand scholars artists and scientists were up for the award mikhail says she woke up to a congratulatory call from the university president and she says she's very honored by it all laura bennell ww j newsradio nine fifty an ad from mom save money on car insurance by bundling home and auto with progressive and cut that was good so are there any other things you need to talk about or i could do an ad for something i really like like lotion oh i am just a nut for lotion progressive can save you from becoming your parents but we can save you money when you bundle home and auto progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other insurance discounts not available in all states or situations.

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"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Isn't it a shame they pass laws against the second amendments crazy more calls coming up the president's personal attorney michael cohen is trying to prevent federal investigators from using materials the fbi sees from his office and home this week more from correspondent evan perez there's this claim that the attorney client privilege has been violated that's what michael cohen is in court to argue and one of the things that prosecutors are pointing out is that michael cohen has publicly said that he never told president trump about the payment to stormy daniels and so therefore there is no protection no attorney client privilege protection for those interactions president trump had bailed on the summit of the americas sending the vice president in his place now cuban president raul castro has joined the list of foreign leaders skipping that meeting kentucky lawmakers voted to override the state's governor's veto of a four hundred eighty million dollar tax hike that helps pay for increases in public education spending the bill raises revenue for the next two years i'm barbara kusak it's seventy degrees at four thirty one i'm ashley twin with the latest from newsradio one or two point nine k a r n drive driveby shooting killed a man early this morning a little rock the shooting call came in to our pd before two am officers arrived at twenty six and gain and found fifty five year old eric woods in the street with a gunshot wound a witness told police he saw vehicle pull up hurt an occupant call the victim then her two shots and saw the vehicle flee the scene with was pronounced dead at the.

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"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Strategic thinking collaboration and communication skills which are required performing a high level i believe the gm may program is a great investment to help our finance team dry transformation throughout our business tom position your finance team for the future learn more at may dot org slash radio now the president's personal attorney michael cohen is trying to prevent federal investigators from using materials the fbi sees from his office and home this week more from correspondent evan perez there's this claim that attorney client privilege has been violated that's what michael cohen is in court to argue and one of the things that prosecutors are pointing out is that michael cohen has publicly said that he never told president trump about the payment to stormy daniels and so therefore there is no protection no attorney client privilege protection for those interactions president trump had bailed on the summit of the americas sending the vice president in his place now cuban president raul castro has joined the list of foreign leaders skipping that meeting kentucky lawmakers voted to override the governor's veto of a four hundred eighty million dollar tax hike that helps pay for increases in public education spending the bill raises revenue for the next two years i'm barbara kusak and i'm charlie pellett bloomberg world headquarters up week down friday and this update is brought to you by sector spider etf's why buy a single stock when you can invest in the entire sector visit sectorspdrscom or call one eight six six sector etf stocks fellas weakness in shares of banks and finance firms added to the political and trade tensions weighing on the market eric clark is portfolio manager at accu vest global advisors so it probably wasn't smart to be too too overly bullish in january and i it's it's our opinion that from a contrarian bullish perspective people are way too pessimistic currently tony scherer is portfolio manager at smith capital management banks are his biggest holding for us we own bank of america we own wells fargo and we own j p morgan and we own those.

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"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Now checking a classic chevrolet dot com right now traffic watch in urging on highly one 83 eastbound between valley view lane and highly 114 various lanes and i suppose in dallas on the dallas north holy southbound between president george was turnpike and spring valley road two left lanes are live federal to be reopened tomorrow morning at five am now let's check the wbap forecast with news eight meteorologist jesse how we laugh partly cloudy skies tonight with a low of seventy degrees in an unseasonably warm again tomorrow mostly sunny skies with a high of ninety more sunshine on saturday high temperatures go down just a little bit as a week little cold front comes through with a high of eighty six than back to the upper 80s to near 90 on sunday with more sunshine right now it's 70 eight degrees in grand prairie news brought to you by by afghan of las colinas must vegas mass shooter mass murderers steven padlock use weapons he had outfitted with a bump start a device that makes an automatic riflefire like one that's fully automatic california senator dianne feinstein is pushing a bill that would make these devices illegal but at walker with gun defence advocates us law shield says the problem is the old slippery slope group this pink of legislation are likely to be labatt because it failed but you can't have a true khrais because you can have a bump stock but then it goes further because you can't have any other device that result say on a more rapid fire from automatic off walker called bump stocks a novelty device that has never been used for a mass murderer before they volumes kailai of news a north texas hospital is expanding woman's hospital in dallas will be getting a third tower following approval of a four hundred eighty million dollar expansion plan by you t southwestern dr daniel podomatsky president of you t southwestern medical center told the dallas morning news that a significant part of the new building will focus on brainrelated illness in all staff neurologist and psychiatrists over all.

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"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on Acquired

Acquired

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred eighty million dollar" Discussed on Acquired

"A few months after that june of two thousand there is a hundred and twenty million dollars at a seven hundred milliondollar pre money valuation um and then things go start to go a little rocky and but nonetheless the company sort of perseveres the the do end up going public uh in march of two thousand one they list on the nasdaq there is another hundred and sixty million dollars but the valuation goes down from the last private round echoes of this happening again today um so they've about a four hundred eighty million dollar merger cap and then the whole world just blows up the tech world and and all of the customers for allow cloud were these you know petscom era startups and they just go out of business and so there's essentially no business left uh for for low cloud for the aws mandate service product um so in august of two thousand two as uh as michelle was leading to they sell their business to eds which is ross perot's software company of and we'll cds to enforce it electronic data service dmz i think it's only tonic data souza's systems um they sell that for just over sixty million dollars um but that's the whole business like there is no other business within the company in and been rhodes about this at length in the book um but what they do have is this technology the sort of internal tool that they had created called ops where an and tim house the guy who who invented elder up previously at netscape he had created this tool within loud cloud um that was basically an automated way to provisions in and then deploy and manage all the servers that they had in their data centres um and the sort of have this idea bilic could low cloud isn't working at all let's get rid of it.

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