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Arizona county certifies election after judge's order
"A judge's order has pushed a rural county in Arizona to certify its election results after weeks of resistance. The cochise county board of supervisors voted Thursday to certify their election results following the orders of judge Casey mcginley, who told the supervisors to convene within 90 minutes and certify the results by the end of the day, the same board had to abandon plans to hand count every ballot. Supervisors Peggy Judd and Tom Crosby argued they weren't satisfied that the ballot counting machines had been properly certified, while state and federal officials said they were. The ruling comes after lawsuits by Arizona's Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, a local voter and a group of retirees. Hobbes warned that she might have had to certify statewide results without the numbers from cochise county, whose 47,000 votes went overwhelmingly to Republicans, supervisor and English, the lone Democrat, urged the judge not to wait, saying she thought Crosby was trying to stage a quote SmackDown between the Secretary of State and election deniers. I'm Jennifer King
Ye no longer buying Parler app, Twitter account suspended
"The rapper Ye has been kicked off of Twitter in a rambling interview with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones on Thursday, the rapper Ye formerly known as Kanye West, talked about his recent meeting with Donald Trump, made anti semitic jokes, and said he saw good things about Hitler. His Twitter account was suspended after posting a picture of a swastika merged with a star of David. The platform's new owner, Elon Musk, tweeted that the rapper had again violated our rule against incitement to violence, Ye posted an unflattering picture of Musk in what he called his final tweet. Meanwhile, parler announced that the rapper is no longer buying the conservative social media site back in October, they'd said the acquisition would be completed near the end of this year. Parler was launched in August of 2018, surged in popularity when followers of Donald Trump migrated to the site, it had to be relaunched after it was kicked off of Google Apple and Amazon Web servers in January of 2021 over its ties to the insurrection at the U.S. capitol. I'm Jennifer King
Viewers flock to watch glowing lava ooze from Hawaii volcano
"Hawaii residents and visitors are flocking to see the first eruption of the world's largest active volcano in 38 years. Spectators coming to see oozing rivers of glowing orange lava tumble down the slopes of mauna loa. Are jamming a highway on Hawaii's big island, a main east west road that might soon be covered by the flow. This is like ten of the biggest dump trucks you can get every second, dumping lava out. Ken Han with a Hawaiian volcano observatory says the lava could get to the road in two days, but it is slowing. Will it get to the highway I can't tell you that will in turn go to hilo can't tell you that. Mauna loa last erupted in 1984 and its smaller neighbor kilauea has been erupting since September of last year, able Brown, a visitor from Las Vegas, was impressed by the natural forces on display. It's just remarkable nature overall. I'm Jennifer King.
Tree lighting, concert at Rockefeller Center lights up New York
"New York's Rockefeller center Christmas tree is all aglow after a star studded concert and lighting ceremony. It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in midtown Manhattan. NBC broadcast the Rockefeller center Christmas tree lighting ceremony Wednesday night, an event that featured hosts from The Today Show and artists including Catherine mcphee, Alicia Keys, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani. The tradition of the tree started with one put up by construction workers building the center in 1931. This year's 82 foot Norway spruce from queensbury, New York, was decorated with 50,000 multi colored LED lights and a crystal star weighing 900 pounds. Audio courtesy and BC. Absent from the ceremony was 68 year old Today Show weatherman Al Roker, who has been battling health issues and reportedly returned to the hospital after missing his first Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade in 27 years. I'm Jennifer King
Michigan's COVID-19 deaths top 40,000, state reports
"Michigan officials say deaths linked to COVID-19 have now surpassed 40,000, with most occurring in people who are older, unvaccinated, or have comorbidities. Nick derusha is the public health officer in four upper Peninsula counties in Michigan. He says he's disappointed that some people are still choosing not to use tools that are widely available to prevent death from COVID-19 like vaccinations and booster shots. There were still 113 deaths in the past week, and the states reporting more than 40,000 deaths since the pandemic began. Doctor Daniel call, a Professor of infectious diseases at the University of Michigan, says this way if it feels different, most deaths since March have been occurring outside hospitals in extended care facilities, hospice situations, or among people who may have multiple other medical issues going on. I'm Jennifer King.
West Virginia to end COVID-related emergency order in 2023
"West Virginia's governor is quietly ending their virus related state of emergency. Governor Jim justice, says West Virginia's state of emergency related to COVID-19 will end at the start of the new year. Justice said quietly issued a proclamation about it on November 12th, but waited until Wednesday to make a formal announcement, saying he saw no reason to make a great big hoopla about it. He says he held off ending the emergency so that officials could check that the state would lose out on any opportunities for federal money, justice says the truth is the state of emergency doesn't affect a whole lot, and now we need to move on. The state ranks 31st in the country for new cases per CAPiTA. And in the last two weeks has seen a decrease of 14.6%. I'm Jennifer King
Hogan to gather with supporters amid White House speculation
"Will he or won't he? Larry Hogan is gathering with supporters amid White House speculation. Maryland's Republican governor Larry Hogan will leave office on January 18th and appears to be considering his political future. Hogan's attending a leadership summit in Annapolis to talk about his record and the future of the country, then he's holding separate casino fundraisers, won a shindig for his nonprofit in America united, and another for his relatively new political action committee called better path forward, which has donated to moderate but unsuccessful Republican candidates in several states. Hogan served 8 years in Maryland where Democrats outnumber the GOP two to one, and he's positioned himself as part of a purple wave and alternative to former president Donald Trump, who has already announced his candidacy for president. Hogan's been a fierce Trump critic, saying in an interview that he lit up state hotlines by suggesting people could drink disinfectants to cure COVID-19, and one saying he'd given up guessing what Trump might do next. I'm Jennifer King
Twitter ends enforcement of COVID misinformation policy
"Public health officials are worried about changes at Twitter that could end up discouraging COVID-19 vaccinations. The change to Twitter's rules was announced in a one line update Monday night, Twitter will no longer enforce its policy against misinformation about COVID-19. This comes after massive layoffs at the company by new owner Elon Musk, who in the past has himself spread misleading COVID claims on the platform, public health officials interviewed by The Associated Press, said it could lead to more false claims about the virus or the safety and efficacy of vaccines. Paul Russo, dean of the cats school of science and health at yeshiva university in New York called the change unacceptable, saying the company's decision to reverse course is an abdication of its duty to its users, some Twitter accounts were immediately testing the new boundaries and celebrating the platform's hands off approach, COVID cases and deaths are up from two weeks earlier, according to the most recent federal daily averages about 28,000 people with COVID were hospitalized per day in about 313 died. I'm Jennifer King
US bat species devastated by fungus now listed as endangered
"A bat species devastated by a fungal disease has joined the endangered species list. The northern long eared bat was classified as threatened in 2015, but the U.S. fish and wildlife service has now declared it an endangered species driven to the brink of extinction by white nose syndrome, a fungal disease that has killed millions of bats among a dozen species attacking their wings, muscles, and ears. It causes bats to come out of hibernation too early. If you live on bob's beetles and other insects, that's not good for your survival. White nose syndrome has spread across nearly 80% of the bast geographical range in 37 states and Canada. Fish and wildlife officials say they will work with timber companies and landowners to protect trees where bats nest and seek cooperation from the wind energy industry to reduce bat strikes by wind turbines. I'm Jennifer King
High court to hear arguments over Biden's deportation policy
"The nation's highest court is taking up a dispute over deportation policy. The Supreme Court will hear arguments today in a legal fight over immigration officers discretion in deciding which people in the country illegally should be deported. Federal appeals courts in Cincinnati and New Orleans reached conflicting decisions over Department of Homeland Security guidance issued in September of 2021 after President Biden was elected the directive prioritize those who posed the greatest risk pausing deportations unless individuals had committed acts of terrorism, espionage, or egregious threats to public safety, while a federal appeals court in Cincinnati overturned a district judge's order that put the policy on hold, Texas and Louisiana sued and won to freeze the guidance under a nationwide court order, saying it violated federal law, and they would face added costs from having to detain people with criminal records. It's the latest example of a strategy that has succeeded in slowing Biden administration initiatives by going to Republican friendly courts. Jennifer King, Washington
What headline? 'Gaslighting' Merriam-Webster's word of 2022
"Miriam Webster's 2022 word of the year is all about confusion and control. Gaslighting. The actor practice of grossly misleading someone, especially for one's own advantage. Merriam Webster's Peter sokolski says searches for the word gaslighting in the dictionary company's website increased by 1740% over last year, usually a single event will drive up the numbers, but he says searches continued throughout the year for this one. We kind of live in an age of information, but it's also an age of misinformation. The word derives from gaslight in 1938 played that was made into two movies in the 1940s, a man tries to manipulate his young wife into thinking she's going insane to distract from his criminal activities, the phrase medical gaslighting has become popular to describe when a healthcare professional dismisses a patient's symptoms or tells them it's all in their head, other popular words this year included oligarch, omicron, sentient, and cancel culture. I'm Jennifer King
Russian strikes force Ukraine to face hours-long power cuts
"Residents and Carson queued up for food aid with food and medical supplies still low and many living without utilities Residents in the liberated city of kirsch and Ukraine lined up for food donations from the back of a truck sent by world central kitchen the charity run by chef Jose Andres We have our own Sikhs 7000 bucks of food If we get one more try and come in you'll be able to 7000 every bag more or less is 2030 meals Standing in the line demetri or vegan says there is no life for already two weeks all the fridges are defrosted now We have nothing to eat We have no money no water no heating we live in cold Meanwhile Ukrainians are taking steps to bring back damage utilities in meek live where there has been no tap water since April the regional governor says the water supply will be back on Once Kirsten's electricity is restored when Russian troops retreated last week Ukrainian forces took back the village where Mika lives water supply originated before the war I'm Jennifer King
More Twitter workers flee after Musk's 'hardcore' ultimatum
"Twitter continues to bleed employees after Elon Musk's work ultimatum Twitter's new owner Elon Musk gave workers a choice either click on a link by close of business Thursday and pledge to work hardcore or resign with three months severance pay since taking over Twitter less than three weeks ago Musk fired the top executives booted half the company's full-time staff of 7500 and began firing engineers who took issue with him publicly three engineers who left this week told The Associated Press they expect unpleasantness ahead now that two thirds of Twitter's core services engineers are now apparently gone It's not clear how many workers took Musk up on his offer Some workers announced they were leaving on Twitter in the company's internal messaging board or took to a private forum asking questions about their U.S. visas or wondering if they'd get the promised pay The latest round of departures come just before the World Cup one of Twitter's busiest events Musk's managerial bomb throwing style has some industry insiders wondering if Twitter might soon fray so badly it could actually crash I'm Jennifer King
US retail sales rose 1.3% last month, a sign of resilience
"The commerce department reports that Americans stepped up their spending last month The government says U.S. retail sales rose 1.3% in October after a flat reading in September the increase was led by restaurants car sales at higher gas prices but even excluding those retail spending rose 0.9% It's a sign of consumer resilience as the holiday shopping season gets underway Economists pointed to Amazon's prime day promotion and inflation relief checks sent out in California last month which may have boosted consumer spending The government's solid report contrast with today's gloomy figures from retail giant target which announced unexpectedly weak profits while yesterday on the third quarter results call Walmart executives said even higher income shoppers are seeking out cheaper groceries and that customers are trading down to cheaper brands in some categories like baby items and baking goods I'm Jennifer King
Indonesia signs deals to accelerate clean energy transition
"Indonesia has signed an international deal to accelerate a transition toward clean energy known as the just energy transition partnership the deal announced by President Biden and others on the sideline at the G 20 summit aims to reduce emissions from Indonesia Not just like soon but to be just One of the world's most populous countries Indonesia is heavily reliant on coal power plants It's the world's third largest coal producer but it also has abundant potential to move into renewable energy We're mobilizing $20 billion to support Indonesia's efforts to reduce emissions and expand renewable energy And support workers in the most affected who are most affected by the transition away from coal Indonesian officials say the country has an important role to play in fighting climate change and the deal is a signal not just in the Asia Pacific but the world South Africa signed up during last year's climate conference in India Vietnam Senegal and the Philippines are all considering similar deals I'm Jennifer King
Paris 2024 Olympics, Paralympics mascot is a smiling hat
"A Red Hat with a lot of symbolic meaning in France has been selected as the mascot for the 2024 Paris Olympics If he is It's known as a friesian cap and is worn by Mary Ann Francis personification of liberty who can be found everywhere from schoolrooms to stamps usually leading the troops during the French Revolution The two 2024 Olympic mascots are dubbed together a lay fridge and look kind of like a pair of floppy red triangles with friendly faces a tricolor ribbon and bright sneakers the Paralympic version features a prosthetic leg Organizers say they wanted something that represented an ideal and chose the cap as an allegory of freedom that embodies the ability we have when we collectively decide to rise up to strive for something better I am Jennifer King
3 killed, 2 wounded in UVA campus shooting, and suspect still at large
"Gun violence at a police search rocked the University of Virginia I'm Jennifer King In a letter posted to social media University of Virginia president Jim Ryan said three people were killed and two others wounded in a shooting at a parking garage on the north edge of the Charlottesville campus late Sunday The university's emergency management issued an alert about an active attack or firearm and warned students to shelter in place Classes were canceled today the UVA police department says multiple agencies were searching for a suspect who is considered armed and dangerous Ryan wrote that the alleged suspect was a student Christopher Darnell Jones of Richmond This is a message any
Warnock, Walker pivot to overtime in Georgia Senate contest
"Senator Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker are pivoting to the second round of their race in Georgia Party leaders and donors aren't waiting to see if George's December 6th Senate runoff will determine control of the Senate the Democrats Senate campaign arm announced a $7 million investment in field operations for senator Raphael Warnock Are you ready to do this one more time We're not held a rally in Atlanta where he said the former football star was unqualified and voiced confidence in the outcome We know how to win a run off Herschel Walker urged supporters at a rally in canton Georgia Thursday to help him get out the vote We got the BT men the time to put the 18 men Even Lawson leading a political action committee in support of walker says their messages elect a check on Joe Biden Lawson's pack will focus on the GOP base the 200,000 voters who supported governor Brian Kemp but not walker and the 350,000 voters who backed Trump two years ago but didn't vote in the 2021 runoff the Democrats won I'm Jennifer King
"jennifer king" Discussed on WCPT 820
"On social security. They're going to get an 8.7% boost in their benefits in 2023. The AP's Fatima Hussein are Treasury Department reporter at Washington. On what this means for your average recipient. As far as the amount of money that could go into people's pockets, it ranges, but it could be roughly a $145 a month, which translates to extra gas money and food money. And just as we get that report, there's word that consumer prices rose 8.2% in September compared with a year earlier, wiping out the pay hikes many Americans have recently gotten. The AP's Sagar Meghani on the prices you pay for the things you buy. They were up 8.2% from a year earlier and .4% compared to August. So called core inflation was worse. Prices for things other than food and energy rose .6% from August and 6.6% over 12 months. The biggest hike in 40 years. AP Washington correspondent Sagar Meghani, the Dow plummeted about 500 points at the open. More Americans apply for unemployment last week, but the numbers still historically low, the Ukrainian reporting drone attacks over parts of Ukraine, missiles slammed into other areas they say Moscow says Ukraine Sheldon area inside Russia. The AP's Karen Chammas. Russian officials say Ukrainian forces have sheltered western region inside Russia near the border with Ukraine. Local authorities said Ukrainian attacks have damaged a residential building in the western Russian city of Belgrade, the governor of the Belgrade region also said an unexploded projectile landed on a school sports ground. The nearby village was also shot, but there were no injuries. I'm Karen Chammas. This is a P news. The house January 6th committee meets this afternoon, the AP's Jennifer King, the January 6th committee is promising to reveal new details at a public hearing this afternoon. A committee aide who discussed the plan says the January 6th committee will unveil surprising details, including evidence from Donald Trump's Secret Service in what is likely to be the committee's last public hearing before the November midterm elections. The committee is starting to sum up its findings on Thursday afternoon the public session is expected to delve into Trump's state of mind in the central role of the defeated president played in the multi part effort to overturn the election. The session draws to a close the participation of two Republican lawmakers Liz Cheney and Wyoming and Adam kinzinger of Illinois. They will not be returning in the new Congress, Cheney lost her primary election and kinzinger decided not to run. Jennifer King, Washington, gas is three 91 a gallon this morning down about a penny since yesterday, but up 21 cents in a month. I'm Rita foley, AP news. This is a 20 a.m. WCT willow springs and streaming worldwide at WWC PT 8 20 dot com. We are Chicago's progressive chalk, where facts matter. Now, UW CPT 8 20 Chicago traffic update. From O'Hare to the bird interchange taking an hour and 17 minutes at salad from canfield all the way in, and from montrose is 41 minutes. Going on the Eisenhower inbound, it's an hour and ten from three 90 to the old post office and going outbound to three 90 is 38 minutes. Stevenson inbound is heavy Harlem takes a full ramp to the Dan Ryan as well three 55 to passa lakeshore drive. 53 minutes from the Stevenson is 43. Dan Ryan in about 95th street to the burden interchange is 25 as well. I've at least 7 is heavy from a 183rd onto I 80 and then a 115th onto the Dan Ryan. The bishop Ford is slow from a 115 to the Dan Ryan. That traffic I'm Julie Cronus. One
"jennifer king" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Solemn procession is designed to underscore the queen's 70 years as head of a state, as the national mourning process shifts to the grand boulevards and historic landmarks of the capital, Charles De Ledesma, London. President Biden will attend the queen's funeral on Monday. This morning the Biden administration is working on trying to come up with a plan to keep essential goods moving if there's a nationwide railroad strike. That rail strike could happen at the end of this week. The AP's Julie Walker. In anticipation of Friday's strike deadline rail companies have already started to curtail shipments of hazardous materials and announced plans to stop hauling refrigerated products. Now, businesses that rely on those railroads to deliver their raw materials and finished products have started planning for the worst many Americans have been struggling with those high prices at the grocery store, the gas pump among other places. This morning, the Labor Department says inflation at the wholesale level jumped 8.7% in August from a year earlier. That's actually a slowdown from July, but still a painfully high level that suggests prices will keep spiking for months to come. And now some good news, voting is open on which toys should go into the national toy Hall of Fame this year. Finalists include bingo and pound puppies. You can vote online. This is AP news. And I would teen who killed her accused rapist has been sentenced and ordered to pay the man's family. The AP's Jennifer King. Piper Lewis describes herself as a survivor. She was a 15 year old runaway in June of 2020 when she stabbed 37 year old Zachary Brooks more than 30 times in a Des Moines apartment. On Tuesday, Lewis was sentenced to 5 years probation and ordered to pay a $150,000 in restitution to Brooks family. She maintains that she was forced to have sex with Brooks several times and killed him in a fit of rage after he raped her yet again. Prosecutors have not disputed that she was a human trafficking victim who was sexually assaulted. After first being charged with first degree murder, Louis pled guilty to involuntary manslaughter and willful injury. Polk county district judge David M Porter said the restitution was mandatory under Iowa law, and that if Louis violates any portion of her probation, she could be sent to prison to serve a 20 year term. I'm Jennifer King, and I'm Rita foley, AP news. This is a 20 a.m. WCT willow springs, and streaming worldwide had a WCT 8 20 dot com. We are Chicago's progressive chalk, where facts matter. Now, UW CPT 8 20 Chicago traffic
"jennifer king" Discussed on WCPT 820
"This is AP news I'm Rita foley Stocks opened down hundreds of points this morning the Dow down more than 500 points though the job market still strong despite rising inflation and interest rates 3000 fewer American supply for unemployment last week All of this news comes as we learn the fed is raising its key interest rate three quarters of a point That'll make it more expensive to borrow money The AP said Donahue Inflation has reached a four decade high Chair Jerome Powell says the big rate hike is a sign it struggling to curb the pace and persistence of inflation Inflation has obviously surprised to the upside over the past year and further surprises could be in store Inflation has shot to the top of voter concerns leading up to Congress midterm elections raising the likelihood of democratic losses in November Ed Donahue Washington Just a few hours from now the house January 6th committee here's what then president Trump is said to have done to try to get vice president Pence to deliver the election The AP's Jennifer King Mike Pence won't be testifying at this afternoon's hearing but he will be in the spotlight as the focus of the committee turns to former president Trump's attempts to persuade his vice president to somehow reject the electoral count and deliver him a second term The committee is expected to hear from Greg Jacob former council vice president Pence and pence's informal adviser J Michael Ludwig a retired judge for the U.S. Court of Appeals who called the plan incorrect at every turn Jennifer King Washington Severe thunderstorms and heavy rain of forced Abbott nutrition to suspend production at a Michigan baby formula factory that had just started up again after being closed for several months contributing to the baby formula shortage Abbott says it has to re sanitize the factory for leaders of European nations arrived in Ukraine today to show their support They surveyed the ruins of a cave suburb This is AP news The number of deaths from COVID is increasing in its latest weekly assessment the World Health Organization says 8700 people by globally last week from COVID-19 a 4% increase coming after 5 weeks of declines The largest jump in deaths were centered in the Americas and the western Pacific coronavirus infection cases in general continued to fall with about 3.2 million new cases reported last week that large regional spikes of infection were seen in the Middle East and Southeast Asia The organization says the figures are likely an undercount because so many countries have reduced testing and surveillance hosting a meeting of the COVID-19 global action plan in Washington U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken warned health officials about relaxing their guard as he detailed plans to send additional pediatric vaccines to nations like Nepal and Mongolia I'm Jennifer King Automakers reported nearly 400 crashes over a ten month period involving vehicles with partially automated driver assist systems I'm Rita foley AP news This is a 20 a.m. WCT willow springs and streaming worldwide at WCT 8 20 dot com We are Chicago's progressive chalk where facts matter Now your WCG 8 20 Chicago traffic update While the inbound candidate delays start at nagle it's 46 minutes for a travel time from O'Hare to downtown Chicago 34 minutes from montreux 22 in the express out about 16 minutes to monitor his 38 to the airport happy from Armitage to Harlem Hayden's checks in at 17 minutes like a debacle How about 23 About ice and how are 51 minutes three 90 to downtown 34 from wolf I bought 42 minutes downtown to three naughty it's heavy costar to 25th Stevenson 39 minutes from the veterans memorial Lake shore drive on 24th round 19 minutes 95th of downtown Tri state northbound traffic is slow 75th playing field road 47th to 31st at surma to the Pennsylvania bridge Southbound traffic is slow balmoral to the grand avid curve Do you need new blinds or shades Leinster dot com offers custom made line shades and shutters shipped directly to you at prices less than.
"jennifer king" Discussed on KOMO
"Cloudy skies 45 and into coma at his 44 outside our front porch here 46 in Seattle with some drizzle falling Hope it's not a spoiler alert but a Seattle chef wins chopped Casino Royale We've got Jennifer King from Seattle refined on the line with the details Congrats are in order for Seattle chef kalina bliss Okay the spoilers out She won the Food Network's chopped costume and royal tournaments Bliss is the executive chef at Thompson Seattle's conversation kitchen and bar and their rooftop lounge the next She competed against three other chefs during the finale and came out victorious winning a $40,000 cash prize Right now two dessert items from her winning dishes on the show will be featured on the menu throughout February Her apple ricotta donuts and dark chocolate custard was also disturbed as the featured chef at field to table Where diners enjoy a four course meal on lumen field We have a photo gallery of field to table and a full story about chef's list posted now on our website Now all I want is an apple ricotta donut Jennifer King thanks so much good to see you all to refine dot com slash radio for more That does sound good We'll get a load of this Britain's oldest pub is facing last call The old fighting Cox pub in saint albums England announced it is being forced to shutter the doors after it's been open for get this 1229 years Pub managers say financial woes caused by the pandemic and I'm sure this operation has been through a lot of pandemics in that thousand years or more That's all to blame though the pandemic the brewery that owns the buildings as is exploring all options to potentially reopen at a later date That brings our news time to 6 28 Becoming a magician takes thousands of hours right Ashley Oh I'm not a magician I'm a design specialist at the container store.
"jennifer king" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Information regarding any of suspects is not known to us right now As this is an ongoing investigation you can see This is a P news Okay get all your documents ready tax filing season begins today And there's word it's not going to be pretty Many of those challenges are related to the pandemic but also due to years of underfunding from Congress White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki admitted Friday that the IRS is overloaded Customer service that people are receiving is not what the American public deserves In 2020 the agency processed more than 240 million returns and received over 59 million calls in visits Between added work from pandemic benefits and a long-standing shortfall of employees the agency's issues could be a problem for Americans who depend on their refund or have questions about deductions I'm Jennifer King The movie's Spider-Man no way home is back in first place in theaters It's now the 6th highest grossing film of all time globally Worldwide its gross nearly $1.7 billion passing the total earnings of both Jurassic World and The Lion King I'm Rita foley AP news This is a 20 a.m. CPT willow springs and streaming worldwide at WC 8 20 dot com We are Chicago's progressive talk where facts matter Now your 8 20 Chicago traffic.
"jennifer king" Discussed on WTOP
"Three 35 liters of the Arizona Democratic Party voted Saturday to censure senator Kirsten sinema Reporter Jennifer King says the Democrats in Arizona are critical of what they call her failure to do whatever it takes to ensure the health of our democracy The center speaks to her growing isolation from party officials and donors Several groups are already collecting money for a primary challenge in 2024 Arizona congressman Ruben gallego says any reservoir of goodwill that she had is gone Cinema spokesperson said the senator has always been honest about where she stands and promised the arizonians she would be an independent voice for the state not for either political party I'm Jennifer King City leaders in New York what the federal government to do more to get illegal guns off the streets the call follows a shooting that left a rookie police officer dead Friday night and another officer still fighting for his life Officer wilbert Moore remains in critical condition here in Harlem hospital As the NYPD and the city mourned his partner officer Jason Rivera and talk about how to address rising gun violence here and across the nation We hear thousands of guns are getting confiscated But thousands of guns are still out there New York City mayor Eric Adams held a Frank discussion on gun violence One day after a horrific shooting ended the life of rookie police officer Jason Rivera just 22 years old At a CBS News correspondent Michael George just ahead we're learning more about the suspects in the last weekend's Texas synagogue hostage standoff details ahead Three 36 If you don't know PPC if you don't know SEO If you don't know OTT if you don't know targeted display social media management website development You don't have to All you need to know is 2060 digital We can help you with the digital marketing your business needs but maybe doesn't understand Or have time to execute 2060 digital is a Google premier partner That may not mean a lot to you but when you consider that only 3% of digital advertising agencies carry that designation it should If you're in charge of marketing for a business you likely have.
"jennifer king" Discussed on WCPT 820
"President Biden sending 1000 military medical personnel to hospitals across the country He will have more to say this morning about what the federal government is doing to help fight the COVID spike The AP's Jennifer King President Biden is expected to deliver remarks this morning on the federal government's surgery response to COVID-19 White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki says the president will highlight efforts to alleviate disruptions caused by the nationwide rise in cases of the highly transmissible amaran variant and providing an update on more we're going to continue to do He's expected to be joined by Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin fema administrator dean criswell and other federal officials on the ground in Arizona New York and Michigan Jennifer King Washington Russia is raising the stakes in a showdown with the U.S. over Ukraine a top Russian diplomat this morning bringing up the possibility of a Russian military deployment to Cuba and Venezuela if tensions with the U.S. mount President Biden's meeting privately today with Senate Democrats as they work on trying to pass voting rights legislation The AP's Tim McGuire White House press secretary Jen Psaki says President Biden is ready for the fight This is a defining moment that will divide everything before and everything after when the most fundamental American right that all others flow from the right to vote and have your vote counted is at risk Democrats lack any Republican support as well as the backing of democratic senators Joe Manchin of West Virginia and kyrsten sinema of Arizona for a rules change to allow passage by a simple majority Tim McGuire Washington In Virginia a man and a woman of pleaded guilty to submitting at least 40 fake COVID loan applications totaling more than $5 million says the Justice Department prosecutors say they spent much of the money on luxury purchases like a $39,000 Rolex watch This is a P news Tributes are flooding social media for Ronnie Specter lead singer of the 1960s group the run eps She died yesterday at the age of 78 Ronnie spector had battled cancer Margie's or lettuce got more Ronnie Specter wrote in her memoir back when the runouts were known as Ronnie and the relatives they had yet to have a hit so they wowed their audiences with tight skirts and lots of mascara The audition for Bennett's future husband and ex-husband producer Phil Spector in 1963 he produced their hits be my baby baby I love you and Christmas songs like sleigh ride Ronnie spector had a research and popularity when Eddie Money featured her on his 1986 song take me home tonight a movie based on her autobiography is in the works Emerges are aleta Ronnie Specter leaves a husband Jonathan Greenfield and two sons Jason and Austin I'm Rita foley AP news This is a 20 a.m. willow springs and streaming worldwide at 8 20 dot com We are Chicago's progressive chalk where facts matter Now your 8 20 Chicago traffic updates And now Kennedy traffic is heavy Harlem to Lawrence and Addison to the burned circle It's now 35 minutes from O'Hare to downtown 24 from 14 of the express lands from montrose to Ohio outbound downtown to the airport It's 22 minutes with a delay central to Harlem The Aiden runs 15 minutes inbound or outbound between Monterey and Lake cook in about us and Howard Now 43 minutes from three 90 to downtown with delay started before the tri state it's 30 minutes from wolf outbound 28 minutes downtown to three 90 about Stevenson delay start of Harlem 40 minutes from the veterans memorial to dissolve a Lake shore drive out of 24 The ride is heavy most of the way in 33 minutes 95th at our town That's traffic.
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"Lauded archbishop emeritus Desmond Tutu as a global champion for human rights South African president Cyril ramaphosa delivered the eulogy Was he thought question a crusader in the struggle for freedom For justice for equality and for peace Tutus remains will be interred at saint George's cathedral where his funeral was held Go for it Mississippi police say more than 50 shots were fired when a fight erupted just before midnight at a New Year's Eve party and people started shooting Three people were killed and four others injured Gulfport police chief Chris ryall says both witnesses and the victims aren't talking to investigators With an AP news minute I'm Jennifer King The Supreme Court has issued a ruling on a Texas abortion law that is sure to continue the legal battle A near ban on abortions in Texas will remain in effect after the Supreme Court ruled Friday that abortion providers will be allowed to sue the state over a law that makes abortion illegal after cardiac activity is detected That's around 6 weeks before many women know they're pregnant Researchers at the University of Texas have found that the number of abortion state wide fell by 50% compared with September of 2020 the AP has reported that Texas women seeking to end pregnancy have been seeking plan B medication in Mexico or turning to clinics in far flung states because those nearby can't keep up with the increase in demand The Texas law was designed to put obstacles in the way of legal challenges and so far that strategy has worked The case is almost certain to return to the Supreme Court after review by the 5th U.S. circuit Court of Appeals which is twice voted to allow enforcement the courts of conservative majority also seems likely to roll back abortion rights in a Mississippi case that was argued last week although that decision is not expected until the spring Jennifer King Washington You could find yourself stuck on a snowy highway this winter or have your travel plans delay because of a shortage of snow plow drivers And that could be a problem from the east coast to the west as winter storms start dumping snow today From Pennsylvania to Washington state they're having trouble finding snow plow drivers The jobs are comparatively low paying They often involve working odd hours and dangerous conditions and they require a commercial driver's license An industry official says states will be shifting resources where they can and trying to make sure that roads are clear during peak driving times While they try to convince potential drivers that as he puts it jumping in a plow in the middle of the night at Christmas time is a good career choice I'm Rita foley The new German Chancellor Olaf Schultz is holding talks with Europe leaders and senior officials on issues including Eastern Europe tensions Schulz has met with French president Emmanuel Macron as both nations are making efforts towards the deescalation of tensions between Russia and Ukraine the leaders spoke during Schultz's first visit abroad after his coalition government was sworn in earlier in the week the German Chancellor is next in Brussels to meet with European Union and NATO officials Schultz says we all view the situation on the Ukraine border with concern The talks come as president Joe Biden this week moved to take a more direct role in diplomacy between Ukraine and Russia I'm Charles De Ledesma.
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"Than those recently infected If cleared it would be the first pill shown to treat COVID-19 all other therapies now authorized in the U.S. require an IV or ejections Health experts have long called for a convenient pill patients could take when they first get symptoms similar to how they can take Tamiflu to help fight the flu Other companies are studying similar drugs Sagar Meghani Washington What do you think of President Biden and UAP poll finds that 50% of Americans approve of him down from 54% in August 49% disapprove of him in the new AP poll This comes as members of the president's own Democratic Party squabble over his three and a half $1 trillion social safety net plan That this agreement is delaying a vote on a separate bill a $1 trillion roads and bridges plan The AP's Jennifer King Democrats failed to come to a vote on the infrastructure Bill Thursday night or reach an agreement on president Joe Biden's government overhaul It was a long night of negotiations but it appears no immediate deals and reach after hours of White House aides shuttling across the capitol The idea was to proceed with the $1 trillion public works Bill and negotiate the rest of Biden's big healthcare education and climate change bill in the days to come Progressives were refusing to back the infrastructure Bill unless there was progress on Biden's broader plan The lawmakers are getting back to work on all of this today A couple having a picnic on the blue ridge Parkway in North Carolina has survived a bear attack a hospital treated their injuries and released them This is AP news Stocks ended the month of September with their worst monthly law since the beginning of the pandemic The S&P 500 ended the month down 4.8% its first monthly drop since January and the biggest since March 2020 when COVID-19 first hit the U.S. hard while the stock market has climbed steadily for much of the year it became unsettled in recent weeks with the spread of the more contagious delta variant of COVID-19 a sudden spike in long-term bond yields and word that the Federal Reserve may start to unwind its support for the economy S&P fell nearly 52 points or 1.2% However it's still up 14.7% for the year I'm Ben Thomas A group of more than 20 current and former employees are accusing Jeff Bezos's Blue Origin of being a toxic work environment and not adhering to proper safety protocols Blue Origin says it has no tolerance for harassment or discrimination I'm Rita foley AP news This is a 20 a.m. WC PT willow springs and streaming worldwide at 8 20 dot com We are Chicago's progressive talk where facts matter Now your 8 20 Chicago traffic update Eat its inbound Lake with montrose 20 minutes and the Kennedy invad from O'Hare to the bernadette change is an hour and two It's 30 from montrose stress lanes are at 26 going back out to the airport is 49 The Eisenhower inbound is slow from St. Charles of the tri state then man I'm all the way to the burn interchange It's an hour from three 90 to the post office from wolf is 48 Outbound to three 90 37 Stevenson and three 55 to Lake shore drive 49 41 from the tri state outbound two three 55 is 26 minutes and the Dan Ryan inbound 95th street to the burn interchange It's a heavy it's 42 minutes That traffic I'm Julie Cronus Is finding the right candidate slowing you down cut straight.
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"Or five. I'm Jennifer King. There is new guidance from the CDC. Teachers and students who are vaccinated. Do not need to wear masks in school buildings. Anyone 12 and older can get a shot. The social distancing number three FT. International Olympic Committee chair Thomas Bach says he regrets the decision not to have fans at the Tokyo Games because of the coronavirus for the athletes. The feeling Will be very different because they will know the billions of people from around the club with them in the heart that they are supporting them that they're feeling with them. Novak Djokovic is in his seventh Wimbledon final. The two time defending champ will face number seven Matteo Beretta teeny in Sunday's final. This is a P news Taiwan's Foreign Ministry says Haitian police arrested 11 armed suspects who tried to break into its embassy in port of Prince Ministry officials gave no details of the suspects, identities or reason for the break in. They say it's up to Haitian police to determine if they were involved in the assassination of President Juvenal Moise earlier this week. Officials say police were alerted by embassies security guards while Taiwanese diplomats were working from home. Some does and windows were broken, but there was no other damage to the embassy. 17 suspects have been detained so far in the assassination. I'm Charles rocker Marilyn Manson surrendered to police in Los Angeles last week in connection with the 2019 arrest warrant out of New Hampshire, where he allegedly assaulted a videographer at a concert. Manson, whose legal name is Brian Hugh Warner, is charged with two misdemeanor counts of simple assault. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute. President. Biden says he talked by phone about ransomware and cyber attacks with Russian President Vladimir Putin. United States expects And ransomware operation.
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"S and Europe. I'm Jennifer King. California judge says that seventies show actor Danny Masterson must stand trial and three counts of rape. The determination was made in the fourth day of a preliminary hearing, including dramatic and emotional testimony from three women. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News virus Levels Dropping, I'm Jackie Quinn with an AP news Minute The head of the U. S. Centers for Disease Control says America's reached another welcome low in the number of new virus cases are 70 averages about 27,700 cases per day. This represents yet another decrease of more than 19%. Dr Russo Belinsky is crediting more people getting vaccinated. Police in Orange, California are looking for the driver of a white sedan who fired into a vehicle, killing a six year old boy in a road rage incident. The two Bureau of Prisons workers who were guarding financier sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. The night he died in a New York jail, admit that they falsified records suggesting that they had checked on him. President Biden is awarded 94 year old retired Army Colonel Ralph Pocket the Medal of Honor for bravery in Korea, awarding an honor. It is long over due. I'm Jackie Quinn. I Mike Rossi, a reporting president. Biden plays down any rift among Democrats regarding Israel. At a joint news conference with South Korean President Moon Jae In late Friday, President Joe Biden affirmed his and the Democratic Party's support for Israel. My party Still supports Israel..
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"In downtown Seattle, 39 a little bit of partial clearing at 10 26. Couple whose time is 10 26. We're just ahead of an ABC News update. Emerging Covert variants mean annual jabs to counter them, just like flu shots could become the norm. These are your world headlines from ABC News, UK Health Minister Edward argue we have Ah, blue beast jobs. There are few flew jobs. It would not be unreasonable. Suggest something similar here. A virus that will always try to out with us, and we're just gonna make sure we get ahead of the game and we out with it. Developers of the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine expect to have a modified Jab to counter the South African variant. But of all Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has pleaded not guilty, says corruption trial resumed in Jerusalem just weeks before national elections. Which he hopes to extend his 12 year roll and transportation disruption in Germany and the Netherlands persisted into a second day. Seven snowfall and I see temps grip parts of central and Northern Europe returned to school for Dutch Children under lockdown has been delayed due to the weather. I'm time Rivers that the ABC News Foreign Desk in London It's a problem that's played schools around the nation. Now Chicago's mayor is touting progress the discussions with the teachers union, it could get students back to school, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Smiling at Sunday's news conference, Students could return to classrooms as soon as Thursday. With the reopening of schools phased in by grade, the city agreed to vaccinate 1500 teachers and staff every week. The city's offer includes metrics to trigger school closings. When cases spike the union describe. It doesn't offer that required further review by the rank and file. Chicago Public School officials have said that remote learning isn't working for many students and that opening schools is safe. Union officials had argued that the district's original coded 19 safety plan did not go far enough. I'm Jennifer King. Every two minutes. A child becomes a victim of sex trafficking in the US, it's happening right now. Don't turn off the radio or change the channel. Don't cover your kid's ears. No matter how much you want to ignore it, child trafficking is real. In fact, it's happening in your town. And you know what our greatest weapon against child trafficking is. It's our Children. It's time to act with packed. That's partners.
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"I'm anxious to learn and kind of be with my feet are And this continues to grow as a coach and as a person, so we'll see what happens down the road as far as the career. Do you aspire to be a head coach? One day it's crossed my mind. You know, it's hard, not 50 yourself in the number one spot. You know this, this Diana coach in general Um And you know, being able to do that in basketball would be something that would be exciting and football as well. And what would you say to all the young girls who are out there who aspired to be like Jennifer King who aspired to make history who aspired to do things that haven't been done in the past where there have been barriers that air starting very slowly. To come down. What would be your message to all these girls out there like my 12 year old daughter, Jennifer, I think it's on forfeit. Never noted. They're so powerful. They're so strong. It can do anything that they want to do. Um, you know, not saying that It will be easy and I know they won't be times We're gonna fail. But, you know, I learned from coach K out. It always falls forward, something she talked about it and say it's important to do that. No, your career path and heaven that mindset of really being really, really good at what you want to do, because you know if you're so good, you can't be denied. Ultimately you know what you're doing, But I always go back to you know the national women who the black woman in national help me. Help us. Get to the moon. You know they were so good that they couldn't be denied even because there were no black and female in the sixties. Do you often start to think that you could be shaping the thinking of young woman across our country? I was something I never really thought about it so I thought receiving them. I think you know from people saying that, you know, now they're girls are interested in football, or you know their daughter wants to play football Coach football and you know, when you start getting those messages over and over again, it really lets you know how important you know the road. It's your in basket. Come Jennifer. I really appreciate taking the time today continued success in the coaching profession. Congratulations on all that you've overcome and all you continue to achieve and we wish plenty of more good things ahead for you. Thank you. Thank you. I appreciate it. And there is the Trailblazer and history maker Jennifer King. I want to thank our guests. Chris Collinsworth loves talking to that guy could talk to him any time anywhere at any length of time about any number of subjects and I would be fascinated by everything. He says, And I want to thank Jennifer King for being with us as well, sharing some of her time and I want to thank you the listener for tuning into another Adam Schefter podcast..
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"Amazon announced that Jeff Bezos, who founded the company is an online bookstore nearly 30 years ago, is stepping down as CEO later this year basis will take on the role of executive chairman and be replaced by Andy Jassy, who runs Amazons Cloud business. Bezos has been named the richest man in America by Forbes magazine for three years running in a block post two employees. Bezos says he plans to focus on new products in early initiatives and he said, you'll have more time for side projects, including his space exploration company, Blue origin, his charities and the newspaper. He owns the Washington Post the firm he runs his higher tens of thousands of workers to help meet increased demand during the pandemic. I'm Jennifer King Amazon announced that Jeff Bezos, who founded the company is an online bookstore nearly 30 years ago is stepping down as CEO later this year basis will take on the role of executive chairman and be replaced by Andy Jassy, who runs Amazons Cloud business. Jesus has been named the richest man in America by Forbes magazine for three years running in a block post two employees. Bezos says he plans to focus on new products in early initiatives, and he said he'll have more time for side projects, including his space exploration company, Blue origin, his charities and the newspaper. He owns The Washington Post the firm he runs his higher tens of thousands of workers to help meet increased demand during the pandemic. I'm Jennifer King. Senate Democrats are moving ahead with President Biden's covert rescue plan over GOP objections on a private call, the president and his Treasury chief told them the GOP's alternative to his $1.9 trillion package is too small. Not long after Democrats voted to start a process for approving is bill on their own, whether Republicans are on board or not. Majority leader Chuck Schumer had said earlier there would be no delaying or diluting the package because the demands of the American people Are so real and so large Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell says going it alone would be unfortunate. We're off to a Totally partisan start. At the same time, the White House says the president's open do continuing talks with Republicans on potential adjustments. Soccer MAHOGANY Washington On a private call, the president and his Treasury chief told them the GOP's alternative to his $1.9 trillion package is too small. Not long after Democrats voted to start a process for approving is bill on their own, whether Republicans are on board or not. Majority leader Chuck Schumer had said earlier there'd be no delaying or diluting the package because the demands of the American people Are so real and so large Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell says going it alone would be unfortunate. We're off to a Totally partisan start. At the same time, the White House says the president's open to continuing talks with Republicans on potential adjustments. Soccer mahogany Washington 80.
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"As market conditions change. Text the word tech Tau 48542. Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a bill extending the last remaining nuclear arms control treaty, the so called start arms pact between Russia and the United States. We hear more from correspondent Jennifer King reporting, President Biden and Russia's leader had discussed an extension of the nuclear accord. The new start treaty was going to expire on February, 5th President Putin signed a five year extension that had been passed unanimously by both houses of Russia's parliament. Soon after shocks preyed on. Addressing the World Economic Forum via video link On Wednesday, Putin hailed the decision to extend the treaty while warning of global instability that he compared to the situation of the 19 thirties. The treaty limits each country to no more than 1550 deployed nuclear warheads and 700 deployed missiles and bombers. Arms control advocates urge the country's to start negotiating follow up agreements. Jennifer King Washington News and analysis at town Hall but calm I'm Keith Peters in Washington. The U. N Secretary General Antonio Go Ted Ish says he is following events in Myanmar with great concern following reports that the military in that country may be preparing a coup data. The official Election Commission has rejected these allegations, stating that under the constitution, the result must be honored. This week, The military has ramped up the pressure on the government, suggesting it could justifiably overthrow the constitution. Given uncensored cheese, huge popularity. That would be a very risky move. More likely. The military is warning her government as it prepares the agenda for the next administration to be discussed in a session of parliament that opens next week. An agenda, which is likely to include Miss Su Chi's longstanding goal of reducing the military's power and removing it from politics. That's BBC correspondent Jonathan Head reporting. More on these stories available at town hall dot com. 2021 is already.
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"I'm John Sky. President Biden's chief medical advisor, Dr Anthony Fauci, says the White House covert 19 task force is well aware of the dangers of new variants of the Corona virus. What we know now. From this study, namely the J and J and the Novavax study that Antigenics variation I e mutations that lead to different lineage do have clinical consequences. Meanwhile, the Budget Administration won't need any new Corona virus vaccines approved by the FDA to fulfill its plan to purchase 200 million additional doses by the summer. The administration will rely solely on Moderna and Fizer for its new purchases to Oklahoma firefighters among four people killed in an early morning house fire in northwestern Oklahoma. Blaze reported just after 3 A.m. local time this morning in Ueno, Ca, about 110 miles northwest of Oklahoma City. Also with town hold up calm. Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a bill extending the last remaining nuclear arms control treaty between Russia and the U. S. President Biden and Russia's leader had discussed an extension of the nuclear court. The New start treaty was going to expire on February, 5th President Putin signed a five year extension that had been passed unanimously by both houses of Russia's parliament. The brunette the Sharks preying on addressing the World Economic Forum via video link. On Wednesday, Putin hailed the decision to extend the treaty while warning of global instability that he compared to the situation of the 19 thirties. The treaty limits each country to no more than 1550 deployed nuclear warheads and 700 deployed missiles and bombers. Arms control advocates urge the country's to start negotiating follow up agreements. Jennifer King Washington handle losing day on Wall Street, both the Dow and NASDAQ End up losing more than 2%. More of these stories at town. Hold on calm. Tell me why really factor is so successful in lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question. Beatings have child..
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"Washington The treatment of National Guard soldiers center protected nation's capital during the inauguration has sparked an outcry. Here's correspondent Jennifer King reports. The troops have been forced to take breaks in a cold parking garage after being sent to protect the city. And since lawmakers like Senator Chuck Schumer, we made sure it was fixed immediately. White House press secretary Jen Psaki said. The president spoke to the chief of the National Guard by phone on Friday morning, he talked about his own personal Commitment and connection to the National Guard. Capitol. Police officers, who spoke on condition of anonymity contradicted a statement from the interim chief, saying they were told department higher ups had ordered the guardsmen out The garden. Capitol Police issued a joint statement saying they have now coordinated to establish appropriate spaces within congressional buildings were on duty breaks. Jennifer KING Washington opening arguments in the Senate impeachment trial for former President Trump on the charge of incitement to insurrection. We'll begin the week of February 8. That's according to Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer. He announces scheduled last night. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has had to send the article of impeachment against the former president to the Senate on Monday, Republican leader Mitch McConnell had requested to postpone the actual trial until February to give the former president time to prepare. His case, he says he's welcomed the new time life. President Joe Biden is taking executive action out to provide a stopgap measure of financial relief to millions of Americans admit the Corona virus pandemic. We get an update from correspondent Ben Thomas. The two executive orders Biden signed would increase food aid, protect job seekers on unemployment and clear a path for federal workers and contractors to get a $15 hourly minimum wage. He also pressed Congress to quickly consider the $1.9 trillion relief package he's proposing It is correspondent Ben Thomas reporting more on these stories that town home dot com. Bill O'Reilly Here you are listening to.