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How To Get More From Your Workouts at Home or Outdoors
"For me. At the time. I was like my training has to be heavy and it was like. It's not a workout unless it's heavy and that's what the bobble kind of provide the bob elders. Just a simple way for you to add a lot of load to some very basic movement patterns like you take a dead lift. It doesn't get more basic than a dead lift right. It's the simplest movement you can. you can do doesn't think doing like technically well rod. Anyone can do it whether or not. There's like bobble aficionados out there that can you say that yes but in any case had to be heavy so i was trying these guys in the park and so obviously i didn't have. I didn't take barbells to the puck. I'd kettlebells but so i'm like well i made like white like it's got to be heavy for these 'cause cleaning like for Eighty kilo male five reps of kettlebells claim with sixteen kilos. Just isn't really that hot. So it's like one hundred twenty full-color kettlebells fuck. I need to thirty. Two's so i had in the car had parasites twelve sixteen four twenty twenty four. Thirty two two beautiful. You'll set up. It was nice at the box. The boxes that they went. And everything and i would have the guys do a lot of simple movement patents double kettlebells deadly if double kettlebells squad claim double bell push press you know. I was trying to apply what i was doing with my credit bob. Bill type training. I shouldn't say that because it was. Let's just say it was bobby trying 'cause it's given the wrong impression of cross-fitters and trying to apply that to the pock situation the same patents and using load and intensity as the metric that is creating the training stimulus for them. And i i look i look now at what i'm doing and i'm training people who are way more capable than those fuck rodney. Most stronger mobile like lasi more athletic and not all the people. But most of them. And i i can kick their asses with one twelve kilo kahlil bell in a way that i couldn't get close to with two twenty four to thirty two kilo. Kettlebells back then
Kevin Durant Reminded the World That He's Capable of Winning
"Then is this competition over before it's even begun anyone make sense of what they said in chicago. We'll find out as we get up with you. Starting right now delighted. You're here on. Wednesday greenie grouchy on when our studios in the seaport of football conversation. Coming your way in colluding jam saturday ready to go today. Mike tannenbaum ready to go today. Louis riddick and dan orlovsky will join us. But there's only one place to begin on this morning. Spectacular night from kevin durant and the brooklyn nets game five against milwaukee. The story early chains guarding it out making the return from a hamstring. He would play most of the night he would struggle particularly first half gophers six from the poor with two turnovers presence. Team to lift is deep. He was out there doing good but the nets would struggled mightily in the first half down. Sixteen into the third week and kevin durant would say this is about to become line night here. We got durant in the lane. Plays it up in good news just getting started ensuing possession durant in transition. This was his running mate last night. Jeff green seven eight from three twenty seven points nets creeping back into it. They're down nine final minute of the third durant. Good the six point game into the fourth quarter under nine to play now with into the rain using the screen. My goodness that's their first lead since it was two nothing just over five minutes now. What a game nets lead by one the rain mid range over middleton yes. That's why three a buck twenty to go down by two janas goes to the line again down by two crowd smelling blood. I one no road. He'd make a second to one point game under a minute ago. Still one point track clock winding down. Here's the biggest moment of the night. They've got him trapped two seconds on the clock one second of knocked down. Kevin durant could not be stopped. That's up by four thirty seconds ago. Mets
Intel Launches 11th Gen. Core Tiger Lake-H: Eight Core 10nm Mobile Processors
"Into launches ten nanometer eleventh generation core tiger lake h high-performance mobile processors offering six to eight cores and twelve sixteen threads each with thirty two cores of z l. p. integrated graphics and all but the top end. I nine eleven nine hundred k. Supporting both the standard forty-five watt. Tdp power down. Thirty five watt version. The us include twenty lanes of express. Four point oh support eighty one decoding include built in thunderbolt four controllers and support. Ddr four thirty two hundred memory with intel claiming up to nineteen percent better performance per clock over the previous generation
Intel buys time with 'retrofit' Rocket Lake desktop PC chips
"Intel fully unveiled at seven th gen core desktop chips also known as rocket lake s these the cypress cove architecture which is at fourteen nanometer implementation of the willow cove architecture also used in ten nanometer tiger. Lick chips for laptops. That's important to note because the top of the line said in the gen desktop chip the core. I nine eleven nine hundred k. Has eight cores and sixteen threads which is to fewer occurs and four or fewer threads than the previous ten th gen flagship. The idea is that the more efficient architecture makes for up for the drop in cores in threads but until would like you to ignore all of that and pay more attention to instructions per cycle because those are nineteen percent better now and that's fair that's fair since most games don't use multiple cores anyway and the new top chip reaches up to five point three gigahertz on a single core until touted a fourteen percent improvement on flight simulator at ten eighty p even on multi core functions to- claims it's eighty eight percent faster than its last gen ed video editing and thirty five percent faster than is rising nine thousand nine hundred x so the independent benchmarks will be important. There are other advantages though. Potentially the eleven gen chips also address sizable bar which is a frame rate boost to compatible graphics chips from nvidia an md. You also get support for usb three point two john to by two thunderbolt four. Ddr four thirty two hundred ram and twenty gen four pci lanes new five hundred series. Motherboards are coming but rocket lake s will also work with existing four hundred series boards over clockers. we'll get a new and updated features in until extreme tuning utility if you're wondering about price until eleven gen. Desktop processors are available now from eighty two dollars to up to five hundred thirty
Give God Your Revenge
"Beloved? Never offend yourselves, but leave it to the wrath of God. For it is written. Vengeance is mine I will repay, says the Lord Romans Twelve nineteen. Why is this such a crucial promise? In overcoming are bent toward bitterness and revenge. The reason is that this promised answers, one of the most powerful impulses behind anger, an impulse that is not entirely wrong. In many cases, real wrongs have been done to us. Therefore, it is not entirely wrong to feel that justice should be done. What's wrong is to feel that we must make it happen. And that we may feel bitter until it does. This would be deadly the steak. During my seminary days, Noel and I were in a small group for couples that began to relate. At a fairly. Deep personal level. One evening we were discussing. Forgiveness and anger. One of the young wives said that she could not and would not. Forgive her mother. For something she had done under as a young girl. We talked about some of the biblical commands and warnings concerning. An unforgiving spirit be kind to one another tenderhearted forgiving. One another as God in Christ, forgave you, if agents four thirty two. If you do not forgive others, neither will your father forgive your trespasses? Matthew six fifteen. But. She would not budge. So I warned her. That her very soul was in danger if she kept on with such an attitude of unforgiving bitterness. But. She was adamant that she would not forgive her mother. The grace of God's judgment. Is promised to us in Romans twelve as a means of helping US overcome such a deadly spirit of revenge and bitterness. Paul's argument is that we can be sure that all wrongs will be dealt with by God and that we can leave the matter in his hands. Because vengeance belongs to the Lord. To motivate us to lay down our vengeful desires. He gives us a promise. I will repay. Says the Lord. The promise that frees us from an unforgiving, bitter vengeful spirit is the promise that God will settle our accounts. He will do it far more justly and mercifully and more thoroughly than we ever could. He punishes all sin. Nobody gets away with anything. He punishes it either in Christ on the Cross for those who repent and trust him or In Hell for those who don't. Therefore. We can back off. And leave room. For God to do his perfect work.
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"four thirty seconds" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
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"four thirty seconds" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Four thirty two looks like I read the time wrong so we're going to talk about the re opening situation now the CDC is now projecting around a hundred thousand US deaths from covert nineteen before June first this is most of the country is in the re opening process ABC's Marci Gonzalez has more on one hard hit states first steps to resume business this week in the hardest hit New York barber near the Catskills who stayed open in defiance of state orders testing positive for the virus and according to officials spreading it to some of his customers some parts of that state now re opening allowing construction manufacturing and limited retail and beaches in New York and three other northeastern states now set to be opened again by Memorial Day on Monday governor Baker is expected to provide more details on Massachusetts for phase three opening plan and it's four thirty three time for traffic and weather together the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes years David's attorney Madison I thought you were talking to me because we did get some us some information from the Swampscott police that the protesters are starting to be I just burst up there along route one twenty nine that is starting to re open I still backed up a little bit from Lynn shore drive north on a past puritan wrote in Swampscott operant one twenty eight's fine both ways routes three ninety three ninety five all in good shape to and from New Hampshire route one no delays Chelsea right up through Lindfield out west on three ninety five south bound you can hit the brakes and around Webster right on the state line for almost four miles down to what works on in Thompson Connecticut that clears out before exit fifty that's route two hundred of the pikes doing well both ways moderate volume part of the city's stored Broster virgin back for ninety five to ninety or in good shape and routes to a nine clear just usual traffic delays there Davidson droning WBZ's traffic on.
NASA, Brevard Sheriff Disagree on How Public should Watch Astronaut Launch
"A slight disagreement between NASA and the sheriff of Brevard county on may twenty seventh two Americans will lift off from Cape Canaveral how people should watch we also want them to watch from a place that's not the Kennedy Space Center you guys open for launch business we absolutely are administrator Jim Bridenstine and sheriff Wayne Ivey don't seem to have a consensus yet NASA is nervous about crowds flooding the space coast but sheriff Ivey says they have their own guidelines the only people to not come here to watch the launch that's on them SpaceX crew dragon mission except for four thirty two PM sending astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley to the international space station
"four thirty seconds" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
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"four thirty seconds" Discussed on 710 WOR
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"four thirty seconds" Discussed on KCRW
"From executive producer Steven Soderbergh Leavenworth details the story of an army lieutenant split second decision on the battlefield led to a murder conviction new episodes Sundays only on Starz it is four twenty nine here K. C. R. W. thanks so much for joining us for all things considered still ahead on the program amid bipartisan pushback on the administration's policy shift in the Mideast the state department special envoy for Syria facing some tough questions from senators on the decision to pull those troops also coming up you're gonna hear from three co captains of co captains of the Burlington high school girls soccer team in four months they'll be on to talk about their protest last week in solidarity with the equal pay campaign of the US women's national soccer team state local news at four thirty two what one congresswoman from LA had to say about president trump's use of the word of lynching today and what happened when a shooting broke out in northern California tell you more about that after this from NPR live from NPR news in Culver city California nine to Wayne brown the acting US ambassador to Ukraine testified today behind closed doors to the impeachment inquiry is opening statement has now been made public and as NPR's Michele Kelemen tells us it lays out the long time diplomats concerns about US military aid held up as the trump administration sought political favors William Taylor who was ambassador to Ukraine a decade ago went back this year to replace an ambassador who was ousted amid a smear campaign by trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani in his testimony Taylor describes the quote your regular efforts by guiliani depress Ukraine to investigate the energy company that had vice president Biden's son on the board and alleged interference in the twenty sixteen election ambassador Taylor says he understood that US military aid to Ukraine was being held up over this and that president trump was only willing to meet the new Ukrainian president if you crane committed to the probes Michele Kelemen NPR news the state department as the house impeachment inquiry intensifies president trump is now comparing it to a lynching drawing swift condemnation from a number of both Democrats and Republicans Democrats say one process is constitutional while the other refers to the violence and terror blacks faced during a period of racism and segregation some Republicans are siding with the president here's senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina yes African Americans lynched other people have been lynched throughout history what is lynching means and then mop grabs you they don't give you a chance to fan yourself they don't tell you what happened to you they just destroy you that's exactly what's going on but Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell calls trump's use of the word lynching unfortunate he says quote giving the history in our country I would not compare this investigation to a lynching stocks finished lower on Wall Street giving up early gains in healthcare and energy this is NPR and this is Casey are W. on a Tuesday October twenty second on the re Perot here's what's happening at four thirty two black lawmakers including some southern California leaders are slamming president from for his tweet this morning comparing the impeachment inquiry to a quote lynching Ellie congressman Karen bass chair of the congressional black caucus every time his back is against the wall he uses race he throws out race as a bomb to divert the attention and I think that it is just another of gregis example of him being unfit to serve that is the only Democrat talking to M. S. N. B. C. today bass said the president is ignorant of the constitution as well as the painful history of lynching and other hate crimes against African Americans there is a museum that we have now called the national memorial for peace and justice which is a museum the documents this history I would suggest that the president perhaps go visit that transfer marks comes days before he is set to speak about criminal justice reform of the historically black Benedict college in South Carolina cups in Santa Rosa CA person has been captured after shooting your high school wounded one person authorities say they search the Ridgeway high school campus for any other possible suspects police said the shooting was originally reported on campus but are now saying it was close to the school TV footage from a helicopter showed a boy or man being led away in handcuffs officials in New York City and the state of California are suing the US postal service trying to stop tens of thousands of cigarette packages from being mailed from foreign countries to U. S. residents lawsuit filed today in Brooklyn federal court blames the postal service for what it calls cigarette tax evasion the postal service says it can't comment on active legislation northern California native American tribe is celebrating the return of an island it calls sacred more than one hundred and fifty years after the land was stolen during a bloody massacre Hey no over what a metal Hey no those are we on tried number singing at a ceremony to mark the transfer of what has been known as Indian island in Humboldt Bay the wipeout calls this the we ought rather call the island dual watch in eighteen sixty was illegally sold by settlers who had come to California during the gold rush days later a group of men stormed the island killing an estimated one hundred to two hundred and fifty tribe members as part of a series of coordinated attacks on the we ought we ought purchased a small section of the island from the city of Eureka about twenty years ago and then a few years later the city donated more land this week the city handed over the deed to all of its land which comprises most of the island pretty cool support for NPR comes from.
Homicide Detectives Investigating Suspicious Death of 4-Year-Old Palmdale Boy
"Hey this is Casey are W. it's Wednesday July tenth good afternoon on Larry Pareil hears a tapping at four thirty two LA county sheriff al to be in a way that has announced his department will investigate the death of a four year old boy from Palmdale the boy's parents say he nearly drowned in his family's pool whose hospitalized and thought to have traumatic injuries on his body that weren't consistent with his parents store the boy died over the weekend but the cause of death has not yet been disclosed officials say the department of children and family services has received reports before about the boy this comes after the department has been under fire because ten year old Anthony novels died last year despite calls to the department about his treatment the Palmdale boy's parents of the question but not arrested his siblings were taken into protective
"four thirty seconds" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"four thirty seconds" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Lewis and Logan show. Rick Lewis, Dave Logan, Kathy Lee here with you. And we have short show this afternoon because the Rockies are in Boston at Fenway park to take on the Boston Red Sox Rockies on deck at four thirty second miniature show, it's it's smaller than a it'd be like a pekingese. If this were dog show, this'll be our pekingese variety. That could be a pug or fun size. It's kind of fun sunset ties. Right. Brandon. Almost never described. But you're right. You should take it as a compliment. And she I should take that as a compliment. I pissed coming up at five ten against the Red Sox Rockies with the day off yesterday two games under five hundred and the Red Sox are three games over five hundred going into the game. And it looks like is a cow Freedland. That is. Yeah. Cow on the mount tonight. Chris sale for the Red Sox sale has been an absolute disaster. He won his last start. He started the season Owen five and obviously Red Sox were world champs last year in this guy. Although not as good last year as he'd been the previous year. So he still was pretty good last year at the Red Sox hold out hopes to win the alias Chris sale. Hopefully, not tonight. The Chris sale is going to have to get things turned around one in five in Red Sox got off to a horrible start. They did. And now clawing their way back into it. They're over five hundred now that divisions going to be the Red Sox. You got the Yankees. You got the the Tampa Bay. That's a that's a pretty salty division. Chris sales making thirty million any well, I the yearly cash avid yet. It's fifteen this year on the books next year, thirty thirty thirty twenty seven five twenty seven five, and then it was a thirty six year old it'd be making twenty and all those by the way, we've talked a lot about this. Rick and Kathy all those numbers. The Brandon just read are fully guaranteed. Right. He blows his arm out, which we hope he doesn't his numbers are fully guaranteed. Everything in baseball is guaranteed money. Played baseball. I'm still trying. You got traffic back at sixty. You could have been a member of the big red machine can run it up there now at I don't know sixty to sixty three miles an hour. And that's not that Jamie Moyer. More fifty right is coming as a pinch hitter. I would be no, I don't I don't wanna Deitch. Even if even if they said, listen. We're gonna throw nothing but fastballs, I don't I don't know if I could turn on a and four mile an hour. I'd be afraid now on the mound. I think I could get the ball over. But I'd be afraid that hit back. So quickly at me that might kill me. You wouldn't be able to react react fast. The move your neck your move. Yeah, they pay a lot of money in in major league baseball. And as you said all of it guaranteed and well Red Sox, you know, their history in recent years, they've been great their payroll and their payroll reflects that we looked at this last week. I think Red Sox I said there were over to where they're not to be a right. I think number one in baseball. I believe their salaries double-check Yankees were just under two hundred the Red Sox were to change. I think so rocks. This will kick off an eight game road trip for the Rockies. Rocky still trying to dig out of that hole. They dug for themselves the couple of weeks of the season one two or three over the weekend. Get San Diego. Nice nice bounce back game. After losing the middle game Red Sox. They're only paying two twenty five this year and salaries Cubbies to ten Yanks to a dodgers. One ninety six giants one seventy a giant giant stature be be not happy at all pay one seven. Eight and playing the way they're playing near Colorado. Rockies are twelfth right now hundred and forty eight million they're spending some money job. -solutely not always in the right place. Yeah. Way Davis over the weekend gave up a run in the night and Padres that was one game. The Padres want depth four three and so- Rockies really could've swept the Padres. So that's coming up. Bottom of the hour Rockies on deck. First pitch at five ten Rockies Red Sox from Fenway never been to Fenway park. I haven't either the place I'd like to go someday. Are we going to show there? Yeah. Why not take the show in the summer? I mean, obviously, the Rockies are back there announced too late this one year that the Rockies are going back. We'll go back. Let's have Sam Adams. We'll do our show from there. Madam sponsor, so he'd probably kick in some money for that. Did chose from Sam period all the expense. Sam Adams, the comedian. No. Jim cook the brewer. We had you know, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, and there's a lot of celebrities there you've made it sound like Sam Adams the patriot in money. No, I thought thinking comedian. Yeah. Silly. Jim cook coming up after we check some.
"four thirty seconds" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Turns first for severe weather, lots of sunshine for its leftover today and on the warm side. Then tonight, clouds will build rain and storms on the way. And it will be cooler from channel nine eyewitness news meteorologist Brian shields. Not so cool right now. Good afternoon. I'm Daniel Vargas, taking a look at the interactive radar right now, not showing any shower activity. It's mostly cloudy, and it's eighty five in Orlando. Phase two of the Dr Phillips center construction is now underway. The performing arts center marked a turning point yesterday by lifting a one hundred forty two ton steel roof section into the air on top of the new Steinmetz mall hall. Rather construction leaders say that one lane along south street near the centre will remain closed while they work on it, which they hope to reopen in about half an hour. The woman accusing former vice president Joe Biden of inappropriate conduct says she wants him to acknowledge that his actions were wrong. We also need to have a conversation about powerful men feeling that they have the right to invade a woman space whenever they'd like on CNN state of the union. Former Nevada assemblywoman Lucy Florez claims the edit campaign event in two thousand fourteen Biden touched her shoulders, smell their hair and kissed her head biting released a statement saying that in all his years of campaigning. He never believed he acted inappropriately. And a new study from the journal of evolutionary biology suggests that women find men with beards more attractive than clean shaven faces for a long term relationships. The study also says that beard may signal a man's age and masculinity and that masculine features may indicate a man's underlying health. Well, guess men like me or not gonna make it because I shave as much as possible better start growing a beard because delays love it. His spirit. So. In case you're wondering that's from obey the beard, by the band psycho. Stick you guys should definitely check them out four thirty two here at news ninety six point five db. Oh. Rogers by southeast Steeler clients warehouse. We're looking good this afternoon through this evening and staying warm, but by tonight or next storm system approaches so clouds on the increase a chance of a few showers late overnight lows around sixty.
"four thirty seconds" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Four thirty two years ago. He was treated like VIP and shown around Russia's capital city that trip turns all Trump into a megaphone for Kremlin propaganda says the San Francisco Chronicle only several weeks after that trip. Trump ran full-page ads in the Boston Globe, the New York Times and the Washington Post calling for an effect the dismantling of the western alliance. What Vladimir Putin's rings up more than anything else alive that may have begun President Trump's reforms is a Russian asset. Okay. But, but if any of that was in the report, then then, you know, we would they would be more indictments, right? So if if what you just said, it was true, there wouldn't necessarily be more indictments because the only crime here would be under the ammonia moments cost. But there's more this kicked off Trump's Russian fixation and not long after the first Russian trip. Donald Trump began his plan for Trump Tower in Moscow one hundred story building that'll will be the tallest building in Europe. And in two thousand thirteen Trump took as Miss Universe pageant to Moscow and beg for attention. From bladder Putin. The crucial year for the pupils influence for Putin's influence over Donald Trump was two thousand eight the year the great recession when we were all threatened with unemployment and the destruction of our savings. Donald Trump had gone through between four and six bankruptcies, depending on who's counting over six hundred and ninety million dollars and was about to lose everything. No Bank would lend a penny to anyone not even to the rest clients. It was the great recession, but one of the banks that Donald Trump had stiffed was the German Bank Deutsche Bank. In fact, Trump was in a hot and heavy lawsuit with Deutsche Bank. He tried to get his debt to the Bank nullified by choosing. The Bank of starting the rate recession of two thousand and eight yet torture Bank reached out and caught Donald Trump before he could fall it loaned Trump two billion dollars. Why now have been something to do with the crime for which torture Bank would later be punished with a six hundred thirty million dollar fine. Could it be because Deutsche Bank laundered ten billion dollars for Vladimir? Could it be that two billion dollars of this laundry? Putin money went to bail out Donald Trump. Okay report. Tell us anything about these things. Well, but see that what you described there right with for a prosecutor was seemingly would be low hanging fruit. Right. That seems like that would be the easiest thing to prove exactly like to quote, John Curtis a moment ago, the you can easily connect the dots. If that were true, then all of that would just be that would lead up to more indictments so crime. The joint your Bank has loaned. Donald Trump a real estate magnet money. Donald trump. A real estate mogul has borrowed money. Bankruptcy is common. In among real estate, developers is just goes with the field. This is all before Donald Trump was president. And so where is where's the crime? Well, that's it. Wouldn't that? Be exactly what John Curtis is asking is. Where's the crime didn't happen? So there's no crime, except there's Russian Donald Trump is if this scenario is correct. And I may not be, but if it is correct than Donald Trump is the biggest man Shourie and candidate in the history of modern west. Well, you know, people throw around things like Manchurian candidate because it's very sexy. And for the same reason that I know that this is something which got said about Barack Obama, and we never ever be likes to talk in terms of like, you know, movie analogies. I don't know that we really have enough evidence yet what you will. Wait, we will all have to wait until the contents of the Miller report comes out, and it does seem like as as others have pointed out. It does seem like this is a time. When a lot of people on the right? Get to say, I told you. So are you not willing to allow them to say, I told you so yes, there's going to be a furious fight for the next possibly year over to reveal or not to reveal the details of what's in the Miller report. And until we see those details, we don't have a clue. Well, what if they just released everything right up front because that's what President Trump has been asking for recently. Just let the whole thing out. And I think that a lot of people say be fabulous or catastrophic right? Nobody wants nobody. Even the Democratic.
"four thirty seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Up twenty four thirty seconds. The yield two point four four percents. West Texas intermediate crude oil is down over two percent at fifty seventy eight a barrel. Comex gold's up a half a percent at thirteen thousand nine hundred eighty announced the dollar-yen is one ten fourteen the euro dollar thirteen sixty British pound to dollar thirty one eighty four. That's a Bloomberg business flash. Bloomberg markets is underway with Lisa and Paul Greg. Thank you so much kind of a weak opening here to the Friday trading here. We've got the three US indices off about point nine to one percent. So very weak up. And let's see where the action is across the board in equities. And we welcome Michael Regan, America's team leader for Bloomberg markets live blog, Michael Paul as you mentioned earlier, obviously, this disappointing German manufacturing PM. Data really set the tone, and it looked like one of the at the beginning of the futures trading. Look like, maybe it'd be one of those days where there's a clouds over Europe sort of lift as the US session goes on. But it certainly doesn't seem like that's the case. Now, the US market manufacturing PM, I came out. In the meantime, that also missed the services PM I missed and there's one report that's kind of gone under the radar that I would point out too, and that's semiconductor billings, the semi billings report showed that a drop of twenty three percent year over year in February. So if you look at the major leaders on the downside in the stock market a lot of financials financials is a group the S and P five hundred down about two point four percent. They've really gotten hammered this week even during yesterday's sort of giddy rally. The KYW Bank indexes off almost nine percent since the close on Monday. Obviously the those flattening and invert. In some cases, yield curves are playing wreaking havoc on the banks there. But also, the semiconductor stocks are getting hit Western Digital advance micro. You name it all sort of under pressure as are most industries of the eleven industries. It's really those defensive you'll proxy stocks like utilities consumer Staples. And real estate are the only ones up everything else is down a pretty solidly in the red again, led by financials energy commodity industrials. I gotta say the tone is really being set by the bond market today. When you talk about yield curve inversions, the one that a lot of people are paying attention to today is the gap between ten year and three months. Treasury debt basically yields on those two maturity's have contracted. Basically. Investors are earning more now to own three month treasury bills T-Bills then ten year treasuries, which raises a question does this indicate recession coming up, and that sort of seems to be fueling this pessimism. And the. Other thing. That's so interesting right now is that the Federal Reserve is actually holding off on rate hikes impart because this is the yield curve that they watch they didn't want to infer. Exactly, right. They were hoping for a steeping in. They're getting sort of the opposite end as you point out that three months ten-year curve is I think the only input in the New York Fed's recession model, which they do on a monthly average basis. So to see an inverted really raises that risk of recession up into that. I think we'll probably see it in the mid to high twenty percent. For March at if it remains at these levels, and that doesn't sound like a slam dunk, but that's high as far as probability index goes above. I think twenty five to twenty eight percent, it's it's almost a slam dunk. At least according to history that you do see a recession in the next twelve months. I believe it is. So at least you're absolutely right. Everyone is watching that three months tenure very closely. Will a close inverted? I don't know. But it's looking pretty grim right now. It's interesting. You mentioned the Bank index Katie w Bank index and we've seen that across the board of if you have the right pressure with a net interest margin, which is obviously a key driver for these banks. But also the the week capital markets activity. We saw weak fourth quarter capital markets coming into the banks, and then UBS warned of a very tough first quarter. So it's really tough for the banks to make any kind of case here. Yeah, I agree. And from sort of macro standpoint, I think it's hard to make a really bullish case for the stock market writ large when the banks are are week like this again, you're looking and they might be down eight to ten percent on the week. I mean, that's that's a nasty turn of events for banks. Even when the general market rallied yesterday. So there is a lot of pessimism here. And there's a question is it too much especially because right now. Minutes ago. He got US existing home sales data showing that it surged nearly twelve percent the fastest pace the biggest gain since twenty fifteen. I just raising a question that perhaps things aren't as bad as they seem depends. What you home in on? Right. Exactly. I mean that is definitely a bright spot those home sales data, and that was sort of like two seconds because it hasn't been for the month prior. Right. Right. So maybe some of these lower yields are working their way into the real estate market, which would be. I mean, I think we obviously everyone was kind of bracing for this nasty. I quarters worth of data any sign that you see that it's bleeding into now into March data and further I think it's sort of definitely offsets overwhelms that impulse to buy because the fed is on hold. It goes back to that initial kneejerk reaction. He saw after the fed meeting which was to sell stocks people taking well, what does the fed? No, we don't. No. The answer's probably nothing. But, but it does make you wonder, you know, with the fed on hold if the data's still keeps coming in week. It's enough to make you nervous for. Sure. That's I mean, we're still looking at a stock market. That's up thirteen percent year to date. I mean a blockbuster year so far so it's kind of this pushing pull it's not too surprising. See some volatility, I think if you look at the you can look at the fundamentals two ways the economy and the the companies in the stock market, and then sort of the investor fundamentals and with unemployment as low as is job growth good. You know, there's still people willing to invest Michael Reagan. Thank you so much. Michael is the America's team leader for Bloomberg markets live giving us a sense of what is going on in the equity markets coming up, Mary Barra. The CEO of General Motors. We'll speak with Bloomberg anchor. David Westin about the company's new. Investment in Michigan. So the auto industry remains in focus as they continue to make investments. Both in the us and abroad, but certainly focused on. EV and just making investments in the US to continue to drive I think growth in their core business now, let's head over to Nathan Hager ninety.
"four thirty seconds" Discussed on KCRW
"Four three four thirty two hundred. This is press play. I'm Ellen brand. The supreme court has put a Louisiana abortion lot temporarily on hold that law requires doctors who perform abortions to have admitting privileges at local hospitals and abortion rights advocates say well that would leave just one qualified doctor for the entire state of Louisiana. It's monday. No means Jessica Levinson is here law professor at Loyola Law School and our regular Monday legal legal high high. All right. So this law they temporarily put it on hold not because they're deciding on the merits of it, right? It was just a technicality. They temporarily put on hold to decide if it can be enforced or not while the appeals process continues. So even when the court makes a decision likely later this week, the answer will just be can this twenty fourteen Louisiana law go into effect or not and it was all set to go into effect today. But it was all set to go into effect. And then the supreme court with. Justice Samuel Alito writing for the court because he gets the appeals from the fifth circuit. Where Louisiana is said. Actually, we need a little bit more time. We really don't know anything. He made made it clear that he wasn't saying anything about the merits of the case. Yes. In a very short opinion. He said, basically, this doesn't mean anything, please don't take anything away from it. We know that you're going to try and read this like tarot cards or leaves don't do it. And of course, every legal scholar was like, what is it really me? Right. Okay. So we are looking at it in the context of the Texas law that the court did not uphold it was very similar law requiring these admitting privileges, and basically the court said no places an undue burden on a woman's constitutional right to an abortion. So would the court now a different court ruled the same way? So that's the big question. The if you look at the Texas law that was struck down. And if you look at the Louisiana, LA that's in question. I think it's very easy to say that they're extremely similar. Now, there's always ways to say that there are some differences. So this is going to be where we look at the new court. We look at Neil Gorsuch. We look at Brad Kavanagh. And we say how is this going to change the right to obtain an abortion in America? And of course, President Trump famously ran on he said, I'm going to appoint so-called pro-life judges, and everybody's looking to see just in this small decision of whether or not the Louisiana will go into effect. What can we take for the supreme court going forward which for potentially decades, and how do you define undue burden? When when if there's just one abortion doctor for the entire state. So this is the problem with so many constitutional tests, which is how do you define? What is a compelling interest? How do you define what is a rational relationship? You know, how do you define a legitimate interest in all of these tests that we use we pretend that they have some great constitutional meaning, but they don't. It's things at the supreme court wrote because that's the test where a majority of the members of spring court could get agreement that we're going to decide if it's an undue burden whatever that means, the knack goes too far in so as he said, look, these are facts and circumstances cases, and frankly, an undue burden is whatever five members of the supreme court says it is however when you look at Texas, and it's pretty much the same law as Louisiana law that was seen as an undue burden. So would they just import that and say, well, what happened in Texas should happen in Louisiana? So they could but the fifth circuit who heard the Louisiana case said, no there are some differences with the taxes law, and they basically looked at how many Boertien doctors would still be available within a certain distance, and whether or not women could travel to that Dr not into there's always some way when I'm talking my students, and we get a new case, and they say, well, this was already decided I say, there's always some way. There's some fact that's different. There's some little provision in the wild. That's different. If there's a judge who wants to go a different way, give them the option to do. So. And the question is whether or not the supreme court wants to do. So all right. Let's turn to another story California story the ninth circuit last week unanimously blocked, a new San Francisco labeling law that would have gone into effect. The law would have required big labels on sugary beverages to warn consumers about their health risks. And I guess the question was how big a label. It was it. That was largely the question. So this is a San Francisco ordinance, and it says that on labels that are on either of sodas or other sugary beverages. That twenty percent of the label in a black box has to say, I mean, not you're going to die, but pretty close. You know, you you this could cause obesity or diabetes or tooth decay. And so what the ninth circuit did last week is they said. Lower court. We think that you need to go back and temporarily block this law while you're hearing the merits of the case, and really what the ninth circuit was most concerned about was the size of the warning. And so it may not have been unanimous. If for instance, it was ten percent of the label in, but it raises a big an interesting question, which is how much can the government force private companies to speech, speak, even if it's for our health and safety. So this is a free speech case, this is a first amendment case because the first amendment protects us both against being able to say things and not being forced to say things. So this is a forced speech case in what the beverage companies are saying is you can't make me say something that I don't want to say on this label, and that's what you're doing here. And but what if someone else puts the label on it? What if it's the city whose then puts the label on it, and they're not forced to say it the city. Has put the label on. Well. Yes. That is a great argument and question in. But I think what the beverage company would say as really it's for us to design are labels and our products. So just because you later kind of common slap it on your really still in effect doing the same thing. But wouldn't tobacco companies argue the same thing and absolutely they have. So we do not have a good bright line for when the government can force private companies to speak, and when it cannot so we know that warnings on cigarette. Labels are okay. At least in a certain size. We know that some other types of four speech are okay. Like, for instance, on a political mailers where the government forces you to say, here's who paid for it. So we know there are instances where the government can. In fact, say you have to talk even if you don't want to. But it's mostly in this area of commercial speech where you're selling a cigarette you're selling a soda what about selling a car and being. Forced to put seatbelts in. I mean, there are all sorts of examples where public health is paramount to whatever a private company wants to do. Absolutely. And for all here listeners in California. There's prop sixty five warnings on essentially, everything you even look at walk into see or touch, which basically says this building may cause cancer because we do, you know, it sells alcoholic beverages are fill in the blank any time. You buy any mattress. So I think that when if you look at the language of what the ninth circuit said. And again, this was eleven members of the ninth circuit. There was a panel who'd already heard this last year would they were really saying is we don't like the size. But there was an agreement in terms of whether or not you could single out these beverage makers because they were saying you impermissible discriminate against me and force them to tell people. Here's what could happen because they're not saying Oreo makers, for example or other cookies like oh Donnie because you might get diabetes. Exactly. So they're saying basically, why just us? Yes. And we don't know the answer that the case still has to go back to the trial court. All right. Finally news breakfast week that a major DNA company. It's called family tree DNA has been sharing its Bank of genetic data with federal law enforcement is that legal. It's legal depending on what people actually kind of clicked on and signed away when they gave their DNA samples, but I'll say this issue of basically giving up ourselves whether it be DNA samples or our information on Facebook or Twitter or any other social media. This is an area of developing law where we didn't use to have a situation where private people could send in DNA samples. So technology has changed. But the law has not kept up with it. And it brings up all sorts of questions about not just people who send in the DNA samples, but the cousins of those people, for instance, who are now part of a system that frankly that law enforcement has. Access to into there's huge privacy considerations. And this is a situation where we have not nearly flashed out what all of our protections are in either the criminal law contacts employment context privacy Lon. General fascinating it was of course, that that private DNA sample that helped catch the Golden State killer to exactly and in that case we liked the outcome. The question is what kind of laws? Do we want to implement in all situations? Not just the situation where we can catch a serial killer. Jessica Levinson law professor at Loyola Law School and our regular.
European Union, Prime Minister And Anna Marie Hordern discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
"Deal going down and monumental fashion. Four thirty two to two zero to the prime minister facing a confidence vote tomorrow, the EU saying it's horrified and the path forward joining us live to to try to sort it out for his Bloomberg's Ameri Hordern. Who is Brexit reporter in London Ameri? Thank you for joining us. Let's start with a vote a huge rebuff. Yeah. Two hundred and thirty is how she lost it so catastrophic defeat and more than a third of her own party voted against her. I think that's really critical. You could see here within just the opposition Tories voted against this. They voted against their prime minister and the leader of their party. Now, it's very interesting to see what happens from here because there are many avenues. So we take it day by day. We know tomorrow, I think I should face a no-confidence. That's what labor has called for now highly likely going to survive this vote her own party would after rebel rebel against her. Very heard from the Northern Irish lawmakers who really fear labor take over there behind the prime minister. So once she gets out of the way, it really comes down to being on the negotiating table with the European Union. And we heard that she's expected to go back to the EU to Brussels potentially as early as Thursday. But the European Union is talking tough. We heard from Yonker we heard from Donald tusk. They're basically saying to each make up your mind already, and they say there's no point in opening up these renegotiations if the U K lawmakers can't decide what they want. So for me, the one thing that was really clear from tonight, the vote that the only point of agreement seems to be that very few MP's wanted Mrs Maes deal, and as you know, we're just ten weeks away March twenty ninth. Is that deadline when the UK needs to leave us, so Emery. Yeah. Now, we have a maybe the most likely outcome of this. If it's possible, and I want you to clarify is him fifty the most logical patch to push back the divorce date itself to give them more time. Does that make any sense? Yeah. That would probably be the first step really a technical extensive article, fifty extending it and getting more time the U K needs to request it an all twenty-seven EU countries must accept it. So it can't just happen. They need to of course, vote on it. But one thing about this is the timing is a bit tricky. We have upcoming European Union elections in may a deal must be ratified by the EU parliament, which is set to go into recess. And this parliament itself was set the chain because the UK was going to be leaving and giving up seats. So it's very difficult at this point in time for the European Union for the calendar perspective to of course, extend this. But that would look first step. So does that. Al- enhance the chances and potentially of a hard Brexit or the both sides want to avoid that. Now, it looks like both sides do wanna void that one thing that the FX market has been bouncing on. What many say is the fact that may said in her speech following voted that she's going to reaching out to other parties to try to forge more of a consensus on the way forward? Now, the FX market as you saw the pound jumping against the US dollar. Also rallying against the year. I'm looking at now against all of the g ten it's up against everything began the krona with the the fact is that market is doing that. As potentially yielding a softer break that. Yeah. Yeah. They've kind of ignored it haven't they? All right. Thank you very much. Really? Appreciate your time. Bloomberg's Anna Marie Hordern. Who is Brexit reporter in London? Global news twenty four hours a day in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Brian. Thank you very much. Very good segment there appreciated de let's get to sport. We don't have too much Brexit in sport. Although there is some anyway, let's look first at Tottenham getting some bad news on star with Dan Schwartzman. Dan, Ryan this one as devastating news star. Harry. Kane will be out. At least two months ankle ligament damage. Cain
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"Big way lawmakers their vote four thirty two to two zero two to reject Prime Minister Theresa May's plan. She now has until Monday to come up with a plan. B CNN's Matthew chances outside parliament here right now. Longside protesters. Bye. The. Tomorrow. There's going to be a government no-confidence oh taken in British parliament now being called back to work. More of the furloughed Federal Aviation safety. Inspectors the FAA says roughly twenty two hundred inspectors should be back on the job at the end of this week a few hundred habit recalled last week day twenty five for the partial government shutdown at hartsfield-jackson airport after those horrible wait times, the TSA staffing today. The wait times are much better around fifty minutes or less as for what's happening or not in Washington. A White House lunch with lawmaker leaders from both parties invited today Democrats declining to attend student under arrest of meadow creek high school today he had an e cigarette and school resource officer found later found soon found to have a loaded handgun on him a student under arrest Atlanta police long with security leaders of other local state federal agencies say they are ready to go for Super Bowl week here in Atlanta goal is. For our officers to be visible for the public to feel safe be safe and be able to be position.
"four thirty seconds" Discussed on KCRW
"Growth rate over the next few years and personal income tax the sales and the corporate tax. So were moderating our projections based upon the legitimate anxiety that we are overdue for a correction. No, some has framed his one hundred forty four billion dollar budget proposal as a California for all agenda that looks to close the gaps between rich and poor. He's already outlined more than two and a half billion in spending on early childhood education programs and expanding the state's paid leave program for new parents. You're listening to. NPR news. Good afternoon. It's four thirty two for KCRW. I'm Eric Roy enforced. Chia takers, large parts of the federal government have been closed for almost three weeks and the shutdown is starting to hit federal employees hard as they go without paychecks. That includes the judges clerks and staff at the US immigration, according downtown LA, which by the way is one of the busiest in the country. I'm frankly, really worried about our support staff. Ashley tab gore is an immigration judge. She says that right now she's living off of saving savings. But she knows that not everybody has that luxury. I know most of our support staff are not in a position to be able to live off of savings that there are some more perhaps living paycheck to paycheck missing one paycheck is going to have a tremendous impact on them judge. Moore says other victims of the government shutdown are the migrants who have cases in US immigration courts. And state regulators voted today to develop a so called stress tests for utilities facing rampant wildfire costs the goal is to see how big a financial hit any utility could take and still remain via. That's especially critical with Pacific Gas and electric suspected of causing me twenty seventeen northern California wildfires and in a separate, but related move PG. And he could be ordered to cut off power to customers when it's windy in order to prevent wildfires. Case Daryl's Asman has that story U S District judge William L says the inconvenience of interrupting service during high wind conditions pales in comparison to the death and destruction that might result from what he called PGA inflicted. Wildfires. Also issued an order for the mandatory power shutdowns this week in a San Francisco courtroom giving PG until January twenty third to respond. The federal judge has been overseeing a criminal sentence against the utility stemming from a deadly gas line explosion in the bay area in two thousand ten also up has also asked PG to explain any role that it might have played in a massive wildfire that destroyed the town of paradise and killed at least eighty six people in November. It's four thirty four. KCRW sponsors include T films, presenting the upside based on the true story of an unlikely friendship starring Kevin Hart. Bryan, Cranston, and Nicole Kidman in theaters everywhere. January eleventh support for NPR comes from i-drive maker remote PC, providing real.
Trump Administration Eyes Capital Gains Tax Cut
"Good afternoon. I'm Michael Phillips, Kelly in the six eighty. WCBS Maryland news center at the news of four thirty one the non trick non waiver trade deadline was at four this afternoon. And the Orioles had some big plays today. They traded second baseman Jonathan scope to the Milwaukee Brewers and they traded Kevin Guzman and Darren o'day to the. Atlanta Braves is not yet clear what players actually. Will be coming back to Baltimore in either deal Facebook says it has uncovered sophisticated. Efforts to influence you influence US politics on its platforms the company said it removed thirty two accounts. From Facebook and Instagram because they, were involved in coordinated behavior and appeared to. Be fake the company says it doesn't know who is behind the efforts but there are signs it may be connected to Russia the Trump administration studying the idea. Of reducing the taxes levied on capital gains but no decision has been. Made yet on whether to Proceed the change would involve taxing capital, gains profits on investments such. As stocks are real estate after taking into account inflation which would lower the tax bite capital gains taxes are currently determined by. Subtracting original price of an asset from the price at which it was sold and then. Taxing the difference without adjusting for inflation right now at the inner, harbor in downtown Baltimore Eighty-three degrees and it's Eighty-one right now at. Baltimore Washington international, Thurgood Marshall airport reporting at four thirty two, I'm Michael Philip Kelly. Six eighty WCBS news the FOX, business report brought to you by audiology associates when silence is not golden call, audiology associates four ten nine four four thirty one hundred From the FOX business network on Wall Street, markets rallying. On the final day of July the best month for the Dell and s and p five. Hundred since January.
President, President Trump and Iran discussed on Politics, Policy, Power and Law
"Right now we've got your, holy shares down. Six point three percents SNP up twenty a. Gain of seven tenths of. One percent Dow Industrial's up one hundred seventy one up seven. Tenths of one percent NASDAQ up sixty seven up nine tenths of one percents Tenure of, four thirty seconds yield two point nine five percent gold, is up three tenths of one percent and a, pullback, today for west Texas intermediate crude down. One point seven percents. Sixty eight ninety five for a barrel of WTI one oh two on Wall Street deputies it's time now for. The market, driver's, report and, as always at this time a focus on. American depositary. Receipts and here is Dave Wilson thanks Charlie eighty. Yards are rising though not as much as. You shares the SNP DR, index is up three tenths of a percent while the s. and p. five hundred higher by seven tenths of a percent, Japan Sony has risen three point four percents in US trading. Consumer electronics, makers earnings and, sales for its fiscal first quarter beat the average analyst estimates. In a, Bloomberg survey Sony race forecast for the fiscal, year reflecting robust sales of its PlayStation video game console the Saudi isn't. The only game company whose results were well received eighty hours of Japanese rival Nintendo of climbed three point nine percent Nintendo's profits Past the average estimate for. The eighth straight quarter thanks, to increase software sales online now Brazil's ITO on a Banco has. Fallen four point four percent the. Banks recurring profit for the second quarter came. Up short of the lowest analysts, estimate trading revenue fell seventy percent is Brazilian markets slumped in. Canada. Shop FIS lost four point one. Percent the developer of online stores said it seems slower growth in sales for the small businesses using its platform so-called gross merchandise volume decelerated for the third straight quarter Charlie. Now all right we think very, much Dave Wilson SNP down twenty drop again SNP up twenty seven tenths of one percent I'm. Charlie Pellett them that is a Bloomberg business, flash all right thank you Charlie a, week after President Trump warned Iran that continued threats. Would result in quote unquote consequences the likes of which future out history have ever suffered before the president told reporters at, a press, conference yesterday That he would be willing to meet with the Iranian president They wanna meet. Me anytime they. Want anytime they want good for the country. Good for them good for us and. Good for the world no preconditions, if they, wanna meet me. Mike Dorning is a Bloomberg news White House deputy. Team leader he joins us now for more on this story and now the secretary of state seems to be walking, back, the president's comments on no conditions for talking to Iran Mike What's the strategy here. Well this is President Trump showing his instincts I mean, he He believes. Two things one is that it's best to be. Strong and try to intimidate people and the other is that it's, okay to talk Pompeo has a. Little bit more of a conventional view of things but this is this is you we've seen this with, Trump again and again that he is. Willing to make threats beat the drum hard but then happy to talk with people? Is there any regret about walking away from the twenty fifteen nuclear deal with Iran is it looking better since the president may recognize after his experience? With North Korea that, it's not so easy to make a deal on nuclear weapons the White House says there's no regrets on walking. Away from the twenty? Fifteen, deal their their posture is certainly that. There's no, regrets And obviously there's a second element in the Iran deal which is The White House has has allied itself more clearly with Saudi Arabia than the Obama administration and this Saudis and Israel as have. An agenda that's larger than nuclear weapons here and they, want to Damage the Iranian power in the region their rivals of Iran in the region so they now have the, US allied with them In sort of trying to create more leverage and more stress on the Iranian. Regime the Trump administration feels like that's a good thing. That the Iranian, regime is under stress economically and politically at the moment, so it's the right moment to put leverage on them so that's a that's a. Slightly different goal than the Obama administration had which was primarily to ratchet down the idea, of nuclear weapons in the Middle East. Someone who, might be sitting at. The table to talk about Iran actually, might be is is the White House chief of staff John Kelly he's a former force he's a former retired retired four-star. General and now we have this reporting that he's? Agreed, to stay on through the twenty twenty presidential election at the president's request what can you tell, us about about all this well we've. Heard from two sources is that Trump actually ask Asked him, to commit to stay until twenty twenty four through a whole second tournament said he'd. Like to have them for the whole rest of his presidency even if it's two terms, and Kelly wisely set let's start with. The first, term and only commit. That far but it's an important indication. Because there have been persistent rumors that Kelly's in trouble that he's either gonna be fired or that he's going to quit. And this sends a signal to Washington that no? He's, going to remain there it creates a sense of stability At, the top of the White House which generally has. Seen quite a bit of turnover including the national security adviser, including secretary state and lots of lower level aid so it looks now if we take this if we take this and believe this that you have. Jared Ivanka and Kelly as long term people, at, the White House providing at. Least a little bit of stability And and was the. President do this because you know everything's good now because we also reported that you know the president's been mad at Kelly, on, and off for trying to control. Him, that stuff well I think. Part of it is that Kelly's learned that he can only, control access to the president so much and they've probably reached a motor supper Randy that's certainly definitely can't control his tweet and that's certainly what people tell us who are. Closely allied with both of them with Kellyanne with the, president that they're they're they understand each other more, personally now no one has, said this I suspect the fact that there was. A New York Times big story about charity, and Evonne over the weekend brought this issue somewhat to a head in the Trump world because it from that portrayal look, like they were eclipsing Kelly and this puts Kelly on public footing more equal to. The two of them great right Mike Dorning White House deputy team leader good stuff as. Always thank you well coming up on Bloomberg politics policy power and law US authorities decided to drop a high profile bond fraud, case but first let's check on the latest world and national headlines with Bloomberg's Nancy Lyons Nancy thanks Peter officials have.
North Korea, Trump and Michael Moore discussed on Monique Marvez
"What should he have done. Should he have gone to full out war with North Korea well, time might, say yes we, we don't know but nothing was done Bush. Gets the, most blame for that Obama Secondly, at, at least Trump is getting? Motion out of the North Koreans I think he's going to? Be, badly disappointed I, don't, think, he really understands, that there's not going. To be a denuclearization at North Korea And that he's going to. Have to find a way the. Polish attorney and it's. Probably gonna wind up with whatever happens is going to be called denuclearization. But it's not going to entail North, Korea actually getting rid of nukes way way late we'll be back right after this, it is secret place Brian sits in here until eleven KFI AM six. Forty more stimulating talk Michael, should pay with the news police say a man. Involved in a standoff. With officers that are trader Joe's in Silverlake. Had shot his, grandmother and girlfriend before firing at officers during a chase he crashed outside the store, got into a gunfight with officers while running inside he, took several hostages one woman was shot and killed LAPD chief Michael Moore says investigators are still trying to sort out the circumstances of that woman's death more says it's, unclear where the woman was when she was shot and whether she was shot by the suspected shooter when he. Entered. A, store or if she was hit during the exchange of gunfire with. Police police in Long Beach trying to find. Whoever shot and killed a man in the restroom at PanAmerican park in the Lakewood village area That shooting happened at about four thirty two after noon on central street, where the man was pronounced dead at the scene a killer's apparently the killer apparently took. Off on foot wants to say. That the man had. Been attending an annual reunion family members and neighbors a grandfather in San. Bernardino county has been arrested after his, four year old grandson accidentally shot and killed his two year old cousin in Moscow, gone detective say was left lying around by the girl's grandfather loaded an. In reach of the kids, the victim's mother was inconsolable as deputies took her. In for questioning ABC's. Veronica miracle says Fifty-three-year-old Cesar Lopez has been..
Major League Baseball will require Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Josh Hader to take sensitivity training
"Four thirty two from the. WTMJ breaking news center the brewers a major league. Baseball are responding. To the revelation of racist and anti gay tweets from pitcher Josh, Hader WTMJ, Scott wars has the latest John let's. Start with what major league baseball announced today in a statement they said that the office of the. Commissioner will require, of heater, sensitivity training and participation in MLB's diversity and inclusion initiative had been some talk that he may be would face suspension that will not be the case and then brewers. General manager David Stearns releasing this statement a short time. Later saying in part that those who have come to know Josh hater do not believe that these posts. Represent. His beliefs Stearns will join Wisconsin's? Morning news tomorrow at eight ten I'm Mike Spaulding may. Be, an opportunity for him to show his human brewers reliever Josh hater owning up to his racist and anti-gay tweets in what's amounting to, another case, of what's on the internet is there forever belt. Or in, Lincoln's, Andy, Larson humping that. Coaches parents and anyone who's in a, position of authority your leadership needs to try and. Convey to, a seventeen year old or younger anyone really who's on social media what you put out there, stays out there. And deleting it doesn't mean it. Goes away catering the brewers returned to the field. On Friday I. Commute challenging commute this morning after a complete shutdown of the Marquette, interchange WTMJ's, Tony bedrock live in the breaking news. Center Melissa no injuries are being reported after two vehicles burst into flames when a car slammed into. A construction truck, carrying a, type of road primer it happened just after three this morning along forty-three northbound at wells air Lipsky the Milwaukee fire department says they use an abundance of caution it'll. Take a slightly like hey we're going to settle, stuff That's not there's no joy in that there's even less I think we have a massive lips he says it nearly prompted. Evacuations before they knew a, less, toxic chemical was on board A community group hoping to improve communication between the residents and police in Milwaukee it's an effort to build trust between residents. And law enforcement I'm assuming that it probably will have some some differences. In regards, to what it looks like from the community versus the police. Department to walking community collaborative. Committee chair, markes a Tucker says. The report should be ready for, the common council this fall we hope to get something in the budget for twenty nineteen that's what we're really hoping Tucker says some people are skeptical, there's a lot riding on this and we hope that all of the agencies and the community continue steadfast and be strong throughout this process outside their Wisconsin black historical society in Milwaukee Jane Matenaer. WTMJ, apology from the. Mayor and a settlement from a central Florida's city that. Took issue with a couple's decision to. Have their home painted like a Van Gogh masterpiece starry night WKNO jeez Amanda Castro explains The mural was graffiti Nicole violation and a traffic concern finding the homeowners more than ten thousand dollars they bought a federal lawsuit claiming the city, violated their first and fourteenth amendment rights the city decided to settle the case as part of the agreement the homeowners wanted a public apology from the mayor who calls this unfortunate dispute WTMJ news, time, four thirty.
What is driving the Fox, Comcast, Disney bidding war over Sky?
"Of a half a percent gain in a bloomberg survey on the corporate front disney is under the gun to respond to comcast bid for twenty first century fox comcast offered sixty five billion dollars for the entertainment assets of fox that's the same holdings walt disney agreed to buy for fifty two billion dollars if comcast bid is deemed superior disney we'll have five days that make a fresh offer at ahead of the market open on wall street and p futures are up a point the dow futures are down three points nasdaq futures right now eight points lower down a tenth of a percent we have the dollar weaker against most of its peers the euro one eighteen twenty two of three tenths against the greenback and the japanese yen below one ten right now one zero nine ninety five that's up four tenths of a percent against the us dollar and we have the ten year yield on the us two point nine four percent the prices up by four thirty seconds this is bloomberg and it's five thirty three on wall street let's get news from around the world this morning we say good morning to bloomberg's michael barr thank you john secretary of state mike pompeo met with his south korean and japanese counterparts in seoul this morning the three discussed the agreement signed this week by president trump and kim jon at a post meeting news conference pale was asked about when economic sanctions on beyond yang would be lifted the sanctions really we should recall these are un sanctions the thanks relief cannot take place until such time as we have demonstrated that north korea has been completely denuclearize us defense analysts have said kim retains as many as sixty nuclear bombs in a range of missiles south korea president moon jae in's ruling party won fourteen of seventeen mayoral and gubernatorial races yesterday including the reelection of.
"four thirty seconds" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Italian i badly run out last year i'm hoping to have a little bit more go this time well apparently learning spanish swedish or french their category one languages takes five hundred seventy five to six hundred kloss ours doesn't sign that much i must say under makes me feel bad about my efforts and some of the other languages kathy three arabic japanese mandarin two thousand two hundred closers so quite undertaking you want your free copy of the calmest school to communist dot com forward slash cycling that's communists dot com forward slash cycling so other takeaways from liaised bus only edge i mean you mention bobby goes good job on and flesh will last wednesday just came to my mind him flesh balloon las year in fact he was away on his own similar sort of move and had a boat thirty four thirty seconds at one point and it did look at one point he might have enough on the murder wheat didn't work out but there was a sighting layer of you know his capabilities and in these sorts of races on the yeah a great a great win for him am continues quick steps amazing streak any other takeaways from you guys i mean might woods and second coming to the form coming to form nicely for the jere he's avila this year but leaks in very good shape and that roman bar day was up up there with him as well mike which is considering how long he's been writing this level that was really impressive performance and bearing in mind he was seventeen of well to last year and.
Baltimore, Michael Philip Kelly and White House discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"And the six eighty wcbs marilyn news center at the news of thirty one federal prosecutors say in court filing that the criminal probe that led them to raid the offices of donald trump's personal lawyer this week is focused on his personal business dealings in the filing with the court new york prosecutors blacked out a section describing what crime they believe trump attorney michael cohen has committed but they provided new details on the investigation which they said has been going on for months the us ambassador to the united nations says president trump is in letting anyone rush into a decision on possible military action against syria for its use of chemical weapons nikki haley who was at the white house meetings yesterday and was heading back to dc for meetings today said you don't rush decisions like this if you rush decisions like this you make a mistake she told reporters at u n headquarters in new york more than one thousand bodies most of them believed to be as lama state group fighters killed in the militants last dan and mozell have been buried in a mass grave outside the city a provincial official says hundreds more bodies are still strewn across and buried in the neighborhood where i as lama state fighters held out the longest in the city nine months after they were defeated in fighting that flattening area it's eighty four degrees in baltimore eighty at the airport reporting at four thirty two i'm michael philip kelly six eighty wcbs news the fox business network all the major averages closing lower for the day but higher for the week among the losers today on wall street financials while energy companies rose the dow closing down one hundred twenty three points nasdaq down thirty four and the s and p five hundred down eight and j p morgan chase the biggest.
Nikki Haley, Russia and Syria discussed on Steve Scaffidi
"To the un nikki haley says no one is buying russia's lies or cover ups when it comes to syria the un meeting to discuss potential action in syria this after a chemical attack near damascus last weekend has been drawing international outrage we're also hearing that the russian president and the french president have apparently agreed to coordinate their actions in order to avoid further military escalation in syria president trump and his aides at the white house had begun their full court press to try to discredit former fbi director james comey this as his new book comes out on tuesday big interview with abc is sunday night you can hear that here on wtmj and a new study says adults should not average more than one alcoholic drink per day that means drinking guidelines in many countries may be far too loose the study found that people who down more than seven drinks and we can expect to die sooner than those who drink less than that time for the wtmj drake it associates market update the dow down fifty to twenty four thousand four thirty two the nasdaq down fourteen to seventy one twenty six the sp down one to twenty six sixty two gm j hello w i dot com timesaver traffic ninety four.
Who are the likely contenders to replace Paul Ryan as House speaker
"Dot com today licensed in all fifty states equal housing lender and i'll ask number thirty thirty president donald trump says an attack on syria could take place very soon or not at all pentagon chief james mattis also saying that trump has not yet made a decision and that options would be presented to him later on in the day we still haven't heard anything go out of the oval office governor jerry brown of california agreeing to send some national guard troops to the us mexico border at the president's request but he says they'll focus on combating drug crime not immigration brown promising some four hundred troops also sending troops arizona texas new mexico california rap the kevin mccarthy and louisiana rep steve scalise the likely chief contenders to succeed paul ryan has house speaker mccarthy is the republican house majority leader who is known for being a strong fundraiser an important thing to have when you're going for the house leadership position scalise the republican majority whip who's viewed by some as the most conservative of the two ryan of course saying yesterday he would not seek reelection come november governor bruce rounder jetsetting traveling to germany and poland next week he's hoping to draw more companies here to illinois the trip reports that the strip makes good on a promise he made after he visited europe last fall that he would visit europe after last fall taking trips to both japan and china wls news time four thirty two outbound stevenson at the.
Death toll raised to 6 in Fla. pedestrian bridge collapse
"To the highest since october twenty sixteen lead by apartments bloomberg economics says migration of western states is a plus for the housing industry and increase in household formation is another also won today's calendar that data on industrial production factories have benefited from demand for construction material vinny del giudice bloomberg daybreak thanks vinnie and hong kong eighty nine year old billionaire leakage shang has decided to step down as chairman of c k hutchinson is son we'll take over the conglomerate japanese prime minister shinzo abe's support has tumbled in a nationwide survey by jijipress it's a sign that new revelations in a long simmering scandal could threaten his government and saudi aramco is said to get a cool response on its ipo from american investors people familiar with the matter say investors at informal meetings in the us have pushed back on several aspects of the deal including the proposed two trillion dollar valuation and now you're volatility index report the vix fell yesterday too close at sixteen fifty nine separately in today's extended morning trading vix is currently down by another one and a half percent to sixteen thirtyfive that's this morning's volatility report marijuana headline here from tiffany fourth quarter total comp sales including fx was up one percent and that missed analysts estimates they were looking for an increase of two point seven per cent futures this morning are little changed s and p futures up one and a half points dow futures down fifteen nasdaq futures up to dax in germany's up four tenths of a percent ten year treasury four thirty seconds the yield two point eight one percent the yield on the two year two point two eight percents nymex crude oil is up three tenths of a percent or nineteen cents to sixty one dollars thirty eight cents a barrel as straight ahead we have the latest world and national news this is bloomberg thank you karen that brings us to six thirty three on the streets are rising death toll and loss of questions to that deadly bridge accident in florida here's bloomberg's michael barr good morning good morning bob florida's governor is promising accountability after a pedestrian bridge collapsed without warning at florida international university the bridge collapsed across an eight lane highway in miami the death toll has climbed to six the bridge was just installed last saturday overnight rescue crews searched through the rubble hoping.
"four thirty seconds" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"Twenty eight point five rebounds seven assists but i mean oklahoma was attended eighteen and fourteen rhode island was a seventeen twenty six and seven and i mean this is it right here the only reason why the committee put oklahoma in west to get ratings expecting that trae young was gonna make run oklahoma's going to make a run and all that you don't even get saga trae young he's old news now now it's onto the draft trae young on what's the story that's wanting to what is the story that the ncwa or these media outlets could push because it's not trae young right maybe it's era zona the whole little shawn miller thing they got going on but even that seems like something that espn just completely botched right there as far as the story goes when they reported at member they had me talking about it how many talking about how shawn miller talk to an agent saying to give andrey one hundred grants so he'd come play for them and not kansas turns out that might not be all the way true all right so you got that oklahoma's out you could very well put a usc nortre dame or literally any other team in oklahoma loss out of their last ten and now i mean it's useless i said at least a team more deserving could have had a chance to knock off a team like rhode island or even move down but now he threw in oklahoma and there because you wanted ratings for trae young and all that now it's not even working out so there's that that happened today gonzaga knocked off unc greensboro sixty eight sixty four gonzaga was tied sixty four sixty four thirty seconds left one of their freshman heads the go ahead three and sure enough finishes off sixty eight sixty four there kansas knocked off pen knocked him off seventy six to sixty pen was playing pretty well and for those no penn is pennsylvania but they were playing pretty well how to close for a little bit in the first half second half comes kansas rides off into the sunset and plays well let's see what else we got going right now i got house state plant south dakota state ohio states up by five in the first half loyola chicago's playing miami right now mommy's up thirty seven thirty two and.
Russia warns UK over ultimatums, points at nukes
"Says he's delegating responsibilities at the end of the work day today to deputy secretary of state john sullivan tillerson says he will be formally stepping down from his post at the end of the month and calling for an orderly transition to mike pompeo the cia director whom president trump is designated as tillerson successor pending confirmation by the senate encouraged state department employees to remain focused on their jobs the russian foreign ministry spokeswoman has warned britain against putting ultimatums to russia reminding the uk about its nuclear arsenal the spokeswoman says that no one can come to parliament and say i give russia twenty four hours a reference to britain's prime minister giving russia a deadline to explain how a russia designed nerve agent could have been used to poison expi sergei skirt ball and is gonna russia has denied involvement and prominent producers and celebrities like matt damon ben affleck and paul fake are jumping on the inclusion writer bandwagon following frances mcdormand's oscar acceptance speech black panther actor michael b jordan was one of the first linda's public support to the concept after the oscars for his company forty three degrees four thirty two i'm michael philip pelly six eighty wcbs news hi sean casey i'll get.
"four thirty seconds" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast
"So we had all these pieces and we supposedly had a driver so cycle cable let's just you know what they're trying to make a thing works so there's a there's green out of the bio swift you know you can choose each slot uh you know it's not that the by 16 you can reconfigure it to run in v rock mode pundits mopped pain you know we just we had thirty their 32 we had four thirty two gig obtain parts to be fair like this is not the first thing that you would think of when doing this it's not you wouldn't take four thirty two gig obtain module's you would take four in beamy me as has the 960 pros or whatever i right but the reason we started with this is because supposedly this is only supposed to work with intel as as these to boot from at a minimum dang and we had these are these are in tell us as these that we had four of the same capacity so it just kind of like you know and not only that but i wanted to test the late and see performance of the iraq and see just how nimble and fast it is you know how much over headed ads and whatnot and honestly opting parts are probably the best thing for that since there latency ussl wsl right so sure and you any additional latency increased we get can be pretty easy to tell if your testing without paying minds especially since from a benchmarking standpoint obtain is a dream to test you don't have to worry about reconditioning you don't have to worry about running 4 k random for a long x amount of time in order to stabilise performance it doesn't care the brain woman's is always stable it doesn't matter what you do to it um so there it is uh you know drink in psalm driver dry showed up.