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"jbs foods" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:03 min | 2 months ago

"jbs foods" Discussed on 790 KABC

"The Texas Senate has approved an election bill that critics say will make it harder for minorities to vote. The Republican led chamber passed it yesterday. Dozens of Democrats left the state Monday to block the bill and won't return from Washington, D. C. Until the special session is over. Senate Democrats are in agreement on a budget deal that would expand Medicare, boost safety net programs and address climate change. Head on. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer announced the deal. The plan where $3.5 trillion late yesterday. We are during the crowd of this plan. We know we have a long road to go. We're going to get this done. New York Democrat said the bill will be written so it can pass without any Republican support. Democrats have said they plan to pay for the budget with tax increases on the rich and on big businesses. The coronavirus crisis is far from over. Mark Mayfield fills us in the number of daily cases has nearly doubled from last week as the more contagious Delta variant spreads. Hospitalizations are also up, but fewer people are dying nationwide. Down about 25%. A total of 43 states are dealing with a surge, including somewhere vaccination rates are high, such as New York, Vermont and California. The lowest vaccination rates are in Missouri, Arkansas and Louisiana. I'm Mark Mayfield. At least one person is dead amid anti government protests in Cuba 90 miles away in Miami, Daniela Ferrara's thoughts are with family on the island. The situation is dire in Cuba. I mean, literally, the government is trying to cut off communication. From the outside world so people don't see the brutality of the situation more than 100. People are in custody or missing since the demonstrations erupted over the weekend. The protests against the nation's communist government are the largest seen in decades, sparked by an ailing economy, like of food and medicine. Covid 19 pandemic in U. S sanctions. The government says the man who died had attacked officials. I'm Michael Kastner. Pope Francis is out of the hospital. European News outlets say the pope was seen leaving a hospital in Rome 10 days after undergoing surgery to remove part of his colon. Witnesses say the 84 year old leader of the Catholic Church left the hospital in a car this morning. Hospitalized, the pope was able to greet the public from the balcony of his 10th floor room. On Sunday, he led a prayer calling for accessible health care for everyone. The RANSOMWARE group behind the cyber attack on meat supplier JBs Foods and a major IT software vendor is currently offline, New York Times cybersecurity reporter Nicole Pearl, Ross says. Our evils. Disappearance from the Internet raises two very big questions. Hey, how are all of these victims that are currently dealing with there are evil ransomware attacks going to get their data back? And the other question is, is this just temporary? Are they re branding? Are they going to pop up as some other ransom our group in a couple weeks? The development comes amid increased pressure from Washington on stopping Russian based cyber attacks. Britney Spears is returning to court today. In her ongoing conservatorship case, Conservatorship Attorney Tamir Almanac tells the today show the drama surrounding the case could help the pop star as everybody else is fighting amongst themselves. Britney is sitting there watching all of this and the court is taking note that really these conservatives may not be the appropriate people to be taken care of Britney's money, estate and medical decisions. Judge has reportedly said to consider her request to hire a new lawyer after she asked to pick one herself last month. TMZ reports Spears has picked celebrity lawyer Matthew Rosen guard and he's agreed The outlet says Rosengarten will appear in court today and asked the judge to allow him to represent the pop star even if her father, Jamie Spears, doesn't approve. This is the first court hearing since Spears demanded to be let out of what she called an abusive legal guardianship. Of 13 years. Stock teachers a little change this morning. I'm Michael Kastner. ABC has dependable traffic.

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"jbs foods" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 2 months ago

"jbs foods" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Can do the demolition before the storm. Of course, we're also hopeful that the storm is going in another direction. But we are proceeding as quickly as we possibly can. Tropical storm Elsa is expected to hit the area late Sunday into Monday with strong winds and rain. Officials are worried that could make the remaining structure fall on its own. The confirmed death toll rose to 24 after two more bodies were pulled from the rubble. 121 are listed as missing. Rescue efforts will resume once engineers inspecting the site, give them to go ahead. President Biden has directed US intelligence agencies to investigate a ransomware attack on an I T companies Florida headquarters. Biden says it's not clear yet, who is behind the attack that has paralyzed the networks of at least 200 other firms. That includes hundreds of grocery stores in Sweden as NPR's Dave missed it. Reports Swedish Company Coupe shut down the stores Friday as a result of the attack cybersecurity researchers say they expect other large scale companies to announce that they've been hit. On Friday Information technology company Cassia tsunami warning of a potential attack on a tool it uses to manage and monitor computers remotely. John Hammond, a researcher with Hunter Slabs, called the attack a nightmare for those affected, Hammond says the same group blamed for hacks on JBs Foods in the colonial pipeline appears to be behind this latest attack. The U. S cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency says they are working to understand and address the attack. Dave Mystic NPR news And you're listening to NPR news from Washington. In Massachusetts 11 people are in custody after.

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"jbs foods" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:19 min | 2 months ago

"jbs foods" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"The HBO series in treatment as the psychotherapist. That's a big switch from her performance in the women's prison series. Orange is the new black in which he portrayed Suzanne Crazy eyes Warren. An inmate with mental health problems for that role. She won two Emmys. She won a third for her portrayal of Shirley Chisholm in the series Mrs America about the failed attempt to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment in the early seventies. Also we hear from the comedy duo Jesus and Miro hosts of their own Showtime series. They'll discuss how graffiti, hip hop and jobs like collecting dead rats have figured into their lives. And Ken Tucker have used new albums by Chrissy Hind, singing Dylan songs and Shannon McNally doing songs associated with Waylon Jennings. First news. Live from NPR news. I'm Janine Herbst. A ransomware attack is wreaking havoc on supply change this holiday weekend, while some in the cybersecurity community have been quick to point the finger at a Russian group President Biden says he's uncertain of the origin of the attack as NPR's Dave Mystic reports US information technology company Cassia appears to be the initial target with hundreds of other companies down the line also potentially affected on Friday, Cassia sent out a warning of a potential attack on the toilet uses to manage and monitor computers remotely. That afternoon, A Swedish grocer was forced to shut down 800 stores when it's payment processing system was attacked. Cybersecurity researcher John Hammond of Huntress Labs says the attack effect large and small businesses across the globe. He called the attack a nightmare for affected companies. Hammond says the attack appears to be linked to rival a Russian syndicate involved in a recent hack on JBs Foods. US cyber security officials that they are investigating the incident and are urging affected companies to shut down their servers. DAVE MYSTIC NPR News Officials in Surfside, Florida are planning to demolish the portion of the partially collapsed condo that's still standing This is not tropical storm also approaches that is the officials worried about the safety of the search and rescue crews. A local state of emergency is now in effect. Miami Dade Mayor Daniella Cava says demolition could start as early as tomorrow We have experts right now.

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"jbs foods" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

02:05 min | 2 months ago

"jbs foods" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"I'm Dana Perino. I'm red Bear. I'm Jessica Tarlov. I'm Chris Wallace. And this is the Fox News. Run down. Listen and subscribe now by going on Fox News podcasts come U. S. Cyber officials believe the hacking group are evil with ties to Russia has launched a massive ransomware attack involving more than 200 companies are evil as the group that hit the meat supplier JBs Foods the spring The cybersecurity firm Huntress Labs tells Fox News. They got the first alerts of an attack on Friday. American troops pulled out of their main military base in Afghanistan yesterday, leaving Bagram airbase to Afghan forces and raising questions about the country's future. The top U. S general in Afghanistan met with the Afghan president before leaving the country for an indeterminate period of time. But US defence officials insist General Scott Miller will return to Kabul to mark the end of the 20 Year war and no U. S fighter jets remain in Afghanistan. Pentagon press Secretary John Kirby said the mission continues safe, orderly drawdown enables us to maintain an ongoing Diplomatic presence, support the Afghan people and the government and prevent Afghanistan from once again becoming a safe haven for terrorism that threatens our homeland. The US will keep about 650 US troops in Afghanistan to protect the U. S embassy and help guard Kabul International Airport. Jennifer Griffin Fox News Victory for Gay Rights says The Supreme Court declines to hear an appeal by a florist find by Washington state for refusing to do business with the same sex couple. The florist attorney Kristin Wagner tells Fox News. This denial does is essentially paved the way for Washington state and the C L U to financially ruined bear now, But it does not set binding precedent. And so the question and the requests that we have to the Supreme Court is again to affirm this basic principle. The conservative leaning Supreme Court voted 6 to 3 to let the lower court ruling stand. I'm Carmen Roberts and this.

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"jbs foods" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"jbs foods" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Hacking group are evil with ties to Russia has launched a massive ransomware attack involving more than 200 companies are evil as the group that hit the meat supplier JBs Foods this spring. The cybersecurity firm Huntress Labs tells Fox News. They got the first alerts of an attack on Friday. American troops pulled out of their main military base in Afghanistan yesterday, leaving Bagram airbase to Afghan forces and raising questions about the country's future. The top U. S general in Afghanistan met with the Afghan president before leaving the country for an indeterminate period of time. But U. S. Defense officials insist General Scott Miller will return to Kabul to mark the end of the 20 year war. And no U. S fighter jets remain in Afghanistan. Pentagon press Secretary John Kirby said the mission continues safe, orderly drawdown enables us to maintain an ongoing Diplomatic presence, support the Afghan people and the government and prevent Afghanistan from once again becoming a safe haven for terrorism that threatens our homeland. The US will keep about 650 US troops in Afghanistan to protect the U. S embassy and help guard Kabul International Airport. Jennifer Griffin Fox News Victory for Gay Rights says The Supreme Court declines to hear an appeal by a forest find by Washington state for refusing to do business with the same sex couple. The florist attorney Kristin Wagner tells Fox News. This denial does is essentially paved the way for Washington state and the value to financially ruined bear now, But it does not set binding precedent. And so the question and the requests that we have to the Supreme Court is again to affirm this basic principle. The conservative leaning Supreme Court voted 6 to 3 to let the lower court ruling stand. I'm Carmen Roberts,.

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"jbs foods" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:51 min | 2 months ago

"jbs foods" Discussed on 600 WREC

"S cyber officials believe the hacking group are evil with ties to Russia has launched a massive ransomware attack involving more than 200 companies are evil as the group that hit the meat supplier JBs Foods the spring The cybersecurity firm Huntress Labs tells Fox News. They got the first alerts of an attack on Friday. American troops pulled out of their main military base in Afghanistan yesterday, leaving Bagram airbase to Afghan forces and raising questions about the country's future. The top U. S general in Afghanistan met with the Afghan president before leaving the country for an indeterminate period of time. But U. S. Defense officials insist General Scott Miller will return to Kabul to mark the end of the 20 year war. And no U. S fighter jets remain in Afghanistan. Pentagon press Secretary John Kirby said the mission continues safe, orderly drawdown enables us to maintain an ongoing Diplomatic presence, support the Afghan people and the government and prevent Afghanistan from once again becoming a safe haven for terrorism that threatens our homeland. The US will keep about 650 US troops in Afghanistan to protect the U. S embassy and help guard Kabul International Airport. Jennifer Griffin Fox News Victory for Gay Rights says The Supreme Court declines to hear an appeal by a florist find by Washington state for refusing to do business with the same sex couple. The florist attorney Kristin Wagner tells Fox News. This denial does is essentially paved the way for Washington state and the C L U to financially ruined bear now, But it does not set binding precedent. And so the question and the requests that we have to the Supreme Court is again to affirm this basic principle. The conservative leaning Supreme Court voted 6 to 3 to let the lower court ruling stand. I'm Carmen Roberts.

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"jbs foods" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:50 min | 2 months ago

"jbs foods" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Officials believe the hacking group are evil with ties to Russia has launched a massive ransomware attack involving more than 200 companies are evil as the group that hit the meat supplier JBs Foods this spring. The cybersecurity firm Huntress Labs tells Fox News. They got the first alerts of an attack on Friday. American troops pulled out of their main military base in Afghanistan yesterday, leaving Bagram airbase to Afghan forces and raising questions about the country's future. The top U. S general in Afghanistan met with the Afghan president before leaving the country for an indeterminate period of time. But US defence officials insist General Scott Miller will return to Kabul to mark the end of the 20 Year war and no U. S fighter jets remain in Afghanistan. Pentagon press Secretary John Kirby said the mission continues safe, orderly drawdown enables us to maintain an ongoing Diplomatic presence, support the Afghan people and the government and prevent Afghanistan from once again becoming a safe haven for terrorism that threatens our homeland. The US will keep about 650 US troops in Afghanistan to protect the U. S embassy and help guard Kabul International Airport. Jennifer Griffin Fox News Victory for Gay Rights says The Supreme Court declines to hear an appeal by a florist find by Washington state for refusing to do business with the same sex couple. The florist attorney Kristin Wagner tells Fox News. This denial does is essentially paved the way for Washington state and the C L U to financially ruined bear now, But it does not set binding precedent. And so the question and the requests that we have to the Supreme Court is again to affirm this basic principle. The conservative leaning Supreme Court voted 6 to 3 to let the lower court ruling stand. I'm Carmen Roberts..

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"jbs foods" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"jbs foods" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Are evil with ties to Russia has launched a massive ransomware attack involving more than 200 companies are evil is the group that hit the meat supplier JBs Foods the spring The cybersecurity firm Huntress Labs tells Fox News. It got the first alerts of an attack on Friday. American troops pulled out of their main military base in Afghanistan yesterday, leaving Bagram airbase to Afghan forces and raising questions about the country's future. The top U. S general in Afghanistan met with the Afghan president before leaving the country for an indeterminate period of time. But US defence officials insist General Scott Miller will return to Kabul to mark the end of the 20 Year war and no U. S fighter jets remain in Afghanistan. Pentagon press Secretary John Kirby said the mission continues safe, orderly drawdown enables us to maintain an ongoing Diplomatic presence, support the Afghan people and the government and prevent Afghanistan from once again becoming a safe haven for terrorism that threatens our homeland. The US will keep about 650 US troops in Afghanistan to protect the U. S embassy and help guard Kabul International Airport. Jennifer Griffin Fox News Victory for Gay Rights says The Supreme Court declines to hear an appeal by a florist find by Washington state for refusing to do business with the same sex couple. The florist attorney Kristin Wagner tells Fox News. This denial does is essentially paved the way for Washington state and the value to financially ruined bear now, But it does not set binding precedent. And so the question and the requests that we have to the Supreme Court is again to affirm this basic principle. The conservative leaning Supreme Court voted 6 to 3 to let the lower court ruling stand. I'm Carmen Roberts. And this is Fox.

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"jbs foods" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:58 min | 3 months ago

"jbs foods" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"President Vladimir Putin a success, saying he accomplished what he set out to do, he says that includes bringing a possible retaliation of Russia is involved in cyber attacks like those carried out on colonial pipeline and JBs Foods, whether I stopped it from happening again. He knows I will take action like we did went this last time out. In a separate news conference, President Putin called the meeting constructive. There was this candid And open conversation, and there were no personal or diplomatic deviations from the topics we set out to Address when pressed by reporters about the fate of opposition leader Alexei Navalny. President Putin deflected bringing up the attack on the U. S. Capitol. The Justice Department is dropping its trump era civil lawsuit against former national security advisor John Bolton over the publication of his book. This Is ABC News. India has reopened its iconic Taj Mahal and several other monuments as the number of new covid 19 cases in the country continues to drop a preliminary report on the collapse of a Mexico City elevated subway train that killed 26 people back in May, but most of the blame on poor welds on the steel support beams. Russian national convicted of charges stemming from a spamming operation as Russian President Putin was in Geneva denying his country's culpability for cyber attacks, the Justice Department announced a federal grand jury in Connecticut convicted all cause skin on charges he helped hackers evade the nation's cyber defenses. Cash skin had been arrested in 2019 in California during what he thought would be a month long stay to learn English. Instead, he was prosecuted for designing and operating a tool that helped conceal malware used to infect at least 50. 1000 computers around the world. Calfskin faces up to 15 years in prison when he sentenced in September. Erin Khutor Ski ABC News New York I'm Mark Remillard, ABC News I'm CBS News business analyst Jill Schlessinger.

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"jbs foods" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

08:15 min | 3 months ago

"jbs foods" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Is this? Are we going to continue to see this? You know, at least for today. We are because AMC shares as we're talking about this are resuming higher and it's not just am see, but you can take a look at the usual what we call mean suspects, including blackberry, bed, bath and beyond. And even as you mentioned Gamestop and these are all once again in the headlines Trading higher because of what is going on with Reddit. And you know, we saw this earlier in the year and I think It's kind of a conundrum for people because when you look at some of the fundamentals quickly, let's say AMC and you and I have kind of you know over the last year asked a lot of questions about the future of going to the movies. Sure. You know, there's there's been this structural change out there that you don't necessarily need to go to the movies anymore. You don't need to go to Gamestop to get games. I mean 52% of gaming Last year was mobile. Right. So what's the future of Gamestop? My concern with all of this is that because they're being touted in the headlines are touting in a check group that individual investors might get sucked into something that is, as we would say, Frosty. Over and done that they should not be in as an investor. That's my big concern. So AMC has launched a new platform on its website just for new retail investors. Uh oh, yeah. Oh, yes. You're referring to what? I joke as the popcorn dividend aren't yes. Um, is that in reaction to this You know, it's so funny because I heard some people applaud M C for, um, embracing individual shareholders. The reality is there have been a ton of companies out there that embrace individual shareholders. One Great example is Procter and Gamble. You know, if you're a shareholder, you can get coupons for a number of their products. Is this new? I guess is the first question And the answer is no. No, it is not. Um Is it a step in the right direction? I think so. Uh, I don't really see how getting up Bucket of popcorn is going to help me understand the company's business. I don't understand how it's going to, you know, impact the business profitably. It might save me. I don't know what's a What's a gallon bucket of popcorn? Go for 10 bucks or some nonsense like that, so it might save my wallet a little bit, so maybe a fringe benefit, But I I It's to me more, uh, It's more, um liquid yellow liquid on the popcorn. And I say that only because I don't even know if it's butter anymore. That is a good point. Switch gears here Chris and talk about what happened with JBs Foods, the world's largest meat producer. It's back online following the ransomware hack this week, according to the FBI was a Russian based hacker group. This follows the hack of the colonial pipeline and other infrastructure. Frankly, how concerning is this and how vulnerable are these U. S companies? So there's two ways to answer that the first would be as a regular citizen, right and it does have me concerned because they're not going after necessarily the quote obvious. Um, cos the obvious institutions. What they're doing is they're getting very creative and disrupting the way of life. There are also in doing this hitting us where we tend to, you know, think most, which is our wallets right? When the colonial pipeline was hacked, we talked about how gas prices Skyrocketed on the East Coast as a result of the JBs hack. We are seeing destruction in, uh, meat production that is going to hit consumers, particularly in you know, chicken and beef prices, at least for a time being. So this is kind of an indirect sneak attack, if you will. So I am concerned about that. Luckily, these are very short lived. My greater concern as a citizen again is we see the frequency of these types attack grow. As an investor, though You know, this should bolster awareness, broaden out the types of companies that really need to rethink, refocus and spend on cybersecurity solutions. So as an investor, it's a little bittersweet. This isn't the way I would want to see it. But I am happy to see that greater awareness is being had on the need for cybersecurity activist firm Engine One has claimed another board on X on a third board seat. This is an upstart to activist firm that's been targeting the oil giant since December. Trying to shift the company really away from fossil fuels. What do you make of this, Chris? And have you ever seen anything like this? Well, I think we're seeing more of it in this world that is increasingly focused on E. S. G. There was a report out this morning even that the European Union is planning this flap and import levy on steel, cement and aluminum produced in countries with lower environmental standards. So the game is changing. Make no mistake, and I think companies are going to be forced to clean up what they do. We've seen coronavirus cases falling fast number of people losing jobs to initial jobless claims dropping by 20,000 to 385,000 in the week ending May 29th, according to the government, the fifth decline in a row. That's fantastic to see. But what about job openings right now? Chris. Uh, we're still looking at filling a record number of those. Yeah, You're absolutely right. And it's one of the things that we try to keep track of alongside, Um Job openings and closings with the weekly. Uh, sorry, but the monthly jolts report that tends to lag a little bit, but we also saw some data coming out from the December sorry from the Dallas Reserve report. Um, and it talked about the mismatch between skills. You know, it's it's employers are having an easier time finding higher skilled employees. But they're having a much more difficult time finding lower skilled employees. And I think that's really the issue. You know a lot of these folks who work at restaurants or other just retail or other low paying jobs. Their skill sets have atrophied a little bit. And if you think about how businesses have To pivot during the pandemic. Um you know, they're potentially a little outmoded, and I think what we're going to see is the need for these folks to retool as best they can list. May be left behind. We talked about this, Chris, when, uh, the former administration wanted to bring back coal mining and the fact that industries have really past large segments of the population by Do you see that changing with the situation we have now as we embrace certain technologies, whether it's robotics, a A, R V R, or we Embrace new forms of energy, whether it's solar hydro wind. Um biomass, for example, bio fuels. There are new jobs being created as a result. The challenge is for some people. How do they retool right to fit into those new areas of job growth? That's that's always been the challenge. This is nothing new. We can talk about it. We went from, you know, horse and buggy whips two cars, it happens. What people have to adapt. That's I'm sad to say That's that's the reality. It's Tim Atticus, Christopher says. Joining me here on a F. N this morning. The economy expanded last quarter at a robust a 6.4% annual rate. Economists envision growth in the Current quarter, reaching the sizzling annual pace of 9% or more, but all of its raised inflation fears, too. For now, it has propelled that demand for workers And United Airlines is aiming to bring back a supersonic travel before the decades over with a plane that hasn't been built. The airline said Thursday. It plans to buy 15 jets from boom supersonic with an option for 35 more once the startup designs of plane that flies faster than the speed of sound..

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"jbs foods" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:24 min | 3 months ago

"jbs foods" Discussed on KOMO

"The White House says the U. S. Will share Mork over 19 vaccines with the world including Erecting 75% of excess doses to the UN backed Kovacs Kovacs Global program. The White House previously stated its intent to share 80 million vaccine doses with the world by the end of June. Israeli defense minister. Many grafts is in Washington, seeking a reaffirmation of US security commitments to Israel to trip today comes as Israel whether is its greatest domestic political upheaval in years, as well as the aftermath of last month's resurgence of war with Hamas militants in Gaza. Cybercriminals continued to attack American infrastructure as we hear from ABC is what Johnson JBs Foods, the world's largest meat supplier, announcing they hope to operate it close to full capacity. Today after a devastating ransomware attack force, the temporary shutdown of nine meat packing plants in the US and multiple abroad, the FBI blaming to criminal organizations based in Russia, these criminals they're looking for an easy buck. They look for the opportunity and opportunity. Comes both from having last network security and it also comes in the form of they do research. The Brazil based GBS is responsible for processing nearly 25% of the nation's beef. Two major brands like Costco, Kroger and more. Some analysts warn that if J B s is not able to get fully back online quickly, it could lead to higher meat prices. For consumers the longer stretches out, then the more impact it's gonna have on our meat supply. You'll see a limited amount of supply of meat, so there won't be a much variety and you will see more prices go up. Officials say the quality and safety of the meat has not been impacted. It's just the latest in a string of cyberattacks. New York City's subways and bus isn't to Metropolitan Transportation Authority now revealing that back in April, cybercriminals linked to China hacked its computer systems. The M T A says operational systems were not impacted and that its multi layered security systems worked as designed. Then Wednesday in your Cape Cod, the ferry to Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard hacked by criminals demanding ransom officials warning of possible delays as the summer season ramps up. The threat is here. Now it is the new way of warfare, and we need to be prepared. Now. All of this follows the hack of the colonial pipeline last month, which caused major disruption, panic buying and gas shortages on the East Coast. Russian based groups also suspected That attack, leaving many to wonder what's next and how to stop it. Maybe she's with Johnson new details about President Biden's upcoming trip to Europe, the White House says on his first overseas trip. President Biden will highlight America's commitment to restoring alliances and working with allies to address global challenges. President Biden will meet with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson before the two leaders take part in the G seven summit in Cornwall. The White House says. The president will also hold one on one meetings with other G seven leaders. The president's agenda at the G seven will include public health, economic recovery and climate change. At a NATO summit in Brussels, the president will discuss with leaders how the alliance can address shared security threats. On the last day of this week. Long trip, President Biden sits down with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington Corners time 9 50 time for the Propel insurance business update. BJ's.

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"jbs foods" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:31 min | 3 months ago

"jbs foods" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Just such an important victory to our state, our communities into our country. I'm just so proud. Stansbury says her team worked their hearts out. Derek Dennis ABC News in administration officials confirming Russian hackers. They're suspected in the ransomware attack against JBs Foods that has disrupted meat production around the world. The company says it is Working to reopen its plants. Some of those could be reopening as soon as today. Former governor Rabble Goi Bitches case is now officially over. Judge agreed on Tuesday to end early the supervised release for former governor Rob Blagojevich, A spokesperson for U. S. Attorney John Lash says he wouldn't oppose the request. Former President Trump left supervision intact when he commuted the former governor's 14 years sentence last year. Blagojevich was found guilty of 17 charges and a corruption scandal and 2011, including trying to sell the Senate seat of former president Obama. Kim Gordon 8 90 wls new suit alleges that Democrat Congress woman Marie Newman bride her primary opponent not to run against her, Newman allegedly offered her Democrat primary opponent a six figure job in her Third Illinois Congressional District Office, the Illinois representative informed Palestinian activists Lyman Hardy that she would not fulfill his contract, according to the lawsuit. Newman, campaign spokesperson says This is just a desperate grab for money. But now there is a watchdog group out there, calling on the House Office of Congressional Ethics to investigate Newman. WLS news time. 806.

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"jbs foods" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 3 months ago

"jbs foods" Discussed on KOMO

"The administration. At the ransom demand came from a criminal organization likely based in Russia. So far, the cyber attack is forced JBs Foods to cancel several workers shifts. Handy Field, ABC News It's the latest fall out from the 2020 elections, Democrats an uphill battle over voting rights and a growing number of states after failing to flip any state legislatures controlled by Republicans last year. Maybe she's Rachel Scott on what's next? President Biden announcing that Vice President Kamila Harris will now be leading the charge with getting voting rights legislation passed in Congress, But Democrats still faced a significant challenge. They will news the support of a least 10 Republicans in the Senate in order to get it passed. Student loan debt relief going nowhere in the Biden administration, according to an activist group A. B C's Derek Dennis reports the N double A C P, slamming President Biden and his administration for the lack of action on student loan debt relief. Tackling student loan debt was a campaign promise. And the civil rights organization is not the only name, pointing out Mr Biden's failure so far on the issue. Progressive Democrats, including Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, have also complained. And the president Derrick Johnson, saying in a statement. While many components of President Biden's budget appear to be encouraging, it fails to address a key issue at the core of the racial wealth gap. Student loan debt crisis. Derek Dennis ABC News Homo traffic from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center in Mountlake Terrace, The North bound I five off ramp to state route 104 is closed until 4:30 a.m. for construction. Joint base. Lewis McChord North Bound I five between the main gate and Thorne Lane. The left lane is closed until 4:30 a.m. for construction work and near Pacific North Bound Highway, 167 between eighth Street and First Avenue north. The right lane is closed for road work until five a.m. I'm J. Phillips, Cuomo.

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"jbs foods" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:35 min | 3 months ago

"jbs foods" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Deployment of body cameras across every police department takes effect, adding when used properly. The cameras provide protection to citizen and police officer alike and at the footage can be used by courts and investigators. James Flippen. W O R New Thousands of people are dead after suffering from kidney failure in the first seven months of the pandemic, the CDC releasing a report saying there was an excess of up to 10,000 deaths during that time period. The technical name is end stage renal disease, which means the kidneys stops working and filtering a person's blood requiring the patient to get Diane Ellis is or transplant the CDC ads. These patients face a higher risk for Corona virus related mortality because of their weakened immune systems. Another week. Another cyber attack this time a major meat producer was hit hard in the White House is trying to help babies. He's Andy Field understand the latest, just like the gas pipeline attack. The White House thinks this one on JBs Foods also originated overseas. The White House's engaging directly with Russian government on this matter and delivering the message that risk responsible states do not harbor ransomware criminals. Biden spokesperson Karine Jean Pierre saying the government's working with companies to spot and prevent these attacks the gas pipe. Line paid a multi million dollar ransom to get their computer system back and he failed. ABC NEWS Washington Scientists are revealing a new species of amphibian dubbed the Chocolate Frog, a paper in the Australian Journal of Zoology. Is one of the brown colored frog was discovered in 2016 in New Guinea. He had to do genetic testing to ensure it really was a new species. The chocolate frog was able to remain unknown for many years because it lives deep within rainforest swamps, the study's co authors said its closest relative that's known is the Australian green tree frog. The Yanks beat the Rays after 11 innings. Here's the call on W F A. N as Clint Frazier hits a two run homer in the bottom of the 11th inning to win the game four New York Rio one twine There goes deep left field in his high that is far ahead of gone, I'll walk off Bobby 11 game winning two run home run Brazier, Clint Frazier Frazier goes down town, he It's a two run game winning walk off home run, and the Yankees beat Tampa in 11 by the score of 53. Also on the scoreboard. The Brooklyn Nets beat the Celtics won 23 21 Oh nine, and they move on to the second round of the NBA playoffs..

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"jbs foods" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:50 min | 3 months ago

"jbs foods" Discussed on KOMO

"The administration. At the ransom demand came from a criminal organization likely based in Russia. So far, the cyber attack is forced JBs Foods to cancel several workers shifts. Handy Field, ABC News It's the latest fall out from the 2020 elections. Democrats an uphill battle over voting rights in a growing number of states after failing to flip any state legislatures controlled by Republicans. Last year. ABC is Rachel Scott on what's next President Biden announcing the vice president Kamila Harris, will now be leading the charge with getting voting rights legislation passed in Congress. Democrats still faced a significant challenge. They will news the support of a least 10 Republicans in the Senate in order to get it passed. Student loan debt relief going nowhere and the Biden administration, according to an activist group A. B C's Derek Dennis reports the N double A C P, slamming President Biden and his administration for the lack of action on student loan debt relief. Tackling student loan debt was a campaign promise. And the civil rights organization is not the only name pointing out Mr Biden's failure so far on the issue. Progressive Democrats, including Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, Have also complained, and double the president Derrick Johnson, saying in a statement. While many components of President Biden's budget appear to be encouraging, it fails to address a key issue at the core of the racial wealth gap. Student loan debt crisis. Dark Dennis ABC News Homo traffic from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center in like Stephen C. Earlier crash, We were watching on North bound Highway nine at London Parkway that's been cleared away. It's not causing any slowing issues. Still watching a medical emergency in the belt town neighborhood of Seattle on Third Avenue got Bell Street that's partially blocking at a new medical emergency in Seattle on Summit Avenue just north of Seneca Street, at East all of way. As emergency crews on the scene are next. Come on,.

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"jbs foods" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:53 min | 3 months ago

"jbs foods" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sunny skies A high of 91 to 95 I'm AccuWeather's Drew Shana news 93.1 kfbk Well, so go in in the cooler direction, though 97 in Sacramento right now, while Roseville and fulsome. Most look both looking at 102 degrees by the bow to our top local story, now the re opening of California KFBK continuing coverage. Sacramento County, advancing to the Orange tear just two weeks before California's tier system ends. K P. K's Nika McGahee's has more big news and Sacramento counties. Brenda Bon Giorno says the county's daily case right has fallen below six per 100,000 people allowing for looser covert restrictions Restaurant they can go from a max capacity indoors from 25% to now being an orange. Bars, breweries and distilleries that don't serve food can now open outdoors with modifications. Sacramento Chamber of Commerce CEO Amanda Blackwood says it's good for business Is it into the orange chair and start to feel a little bit of freedom? You know, get some folks out there kissing businesses and start feeling like some sense of normalcy. This is just very, very welcome News. California's colored tier system is set to expire on June 15th Nick and Meg all his snooze 93.1 kfbk Our top national story. Another week, another side. Attack this time a major meets producer was hit in the White House is trying to help a B C's Andy Field has more first dealt with hackers holding a major pipeline hostage last month. Now former cyber criminals have done it again with US meat producer JBs Foods. White House spokesperson Karine Jean Pierre JBs notified the administration that the ransom demand came from a criminal organization likely based in Russia. So far, the cyber attack is forced JBs Foods to cancel several workers shifts in Greeley, Colorado..

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"jbs foods" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:37 min | 3 months ago

"jbs foods" Discussed on KGO 810

"Anniversary and the people of this country becoming aware of what actually happened on that day and the destruction of this entire black community burnt to the ground, including air strikes from the airplanes of civilians from above. Really quite something If you're talking about it, we're talking about KGO San Francisco San Jose, Oakland A cumulus stations from ABC News. I'm Michelle Franzen President Biden in Tulsa, Oklahoma, becoming the first sitting president to visit the city to commemorate the deadly race massacre Ascension. So horrific, so grievous. Can't be buried. No matter how hard people try. The president met privately with survivors, Viola Fletcher or as she's known mother, Fletcher, who's 107 years old, along with her younger brother and World War. Two veteran Hughes Fan Ellis. Both Children at the time, who witnessed the mob is they burned homes and businesses. Lynching and killing black residents to get Alice to shared how, even after enlisting and serving in World War two, he still came home to struggle with a segregated America president, proposing federal spending plans to address racial income inequality and programs that will reinvest in black communities. The White House says The latest cyber attack on the world's biggest meat supplier likely has links to Russia, but it won't impact the summit in a few weeks with President Biden, Russia's leader first dealt with hackers holding a major pipeline hostage last month now form Cyber criminals have done it again with US meat producer JBs FOODS. White House spokesperson Karine Jean Pierre JBs.

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World's Biggest Meat Supplier, JBS, Hit by Cyberattack

Phil Valentine

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

World's Biggest Meat Supplier, JBS, Hit by Cyberattack

"The world's largest meat processing companies been hit by cybercriminals unclear right now, if there will be an impact on meat supplies, like there was with gas when a cyberattack shut down the colonial pipeline along the East coast. In this case, JBs Foods is confirming it is a victim of unorganized cyber attack. And that it's taken down all affected systems. Reports out of Australia say production has been impacted around the world. JBs's I. T teams are working with unaffected backup servers right

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