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"With ELISA Jaffe, Our editor is Jeremy Greater. Texas governor Greg Abbott, forcing governmental entities to get rid of mask mandates. He issued an executive order today saying cities, counties and other governmental bodies would be fined $1000 for having a mask mandate starting May 21st seven or insulin today, signing one of the nation's most ambitious packages of police accountability legislation prompted by last year's outcry for racial justice. Bill's ban. Police from using chokeholds neck restraints and no knock warrants, restrict the use of tear gas and vehicle pursuits and require officers to intervene if their colleagues engage in excessive force. Israel's prime minister has so far dismissed President Biden support for a cease fire in the Gaza Strip after a week of bombardments. Benjamin Netanyahu today said he had no doubt that Israel said Hamas back Many years we turned a military analyst, retired four star general Barry McCaffrey, now and Sir, I've read some media reports that President Biden had a firmer exchange with Netanyahu in private. Then what's been released to the public, But should something be Dunmore? Publicly? It's hard. Hey, you know, there's two different layers of of evaluation doing with this conflict on a military level, a ham fisted police operation by the Israelis and the Great Mosque and Jerusalem triggered it. But there is such a permanent sense of lethal tension between the Palestinians and the Israelis that it's hard to not imagine that some other spark would have set it off. So Israel is the defender. They were being an are being attacked by missiles targeting their civilian population. There's a couple of 1000 been fired Adam so far there, maybe 15,000 more. And so obviously, Israel has to respond and has to deal a blow sufficient to regain the parents. That's the military problem on a political level. It's quite different. There. I think the political arrogance and fear and almost the ethnic racial tension between the Arab and Jewish populations has caused Netanyahu to dig in his heels, and they've got to engage these people. They've got to try and improve their economical out. There has to be a better alternative than just Dying to kill a Jew, and that's where we are now. So it's a tragic event. I think the United States Auto largely stay out of it and forced the two sides in their misery to negotiate in good faith, which are not currently doing why do you say the U. S. Should stay out of it? Because so many people are saying the U. S is not doing enough. Well, absolutely. I think the more liberal members of the Democratic Party had turned against Israel it in some areas. It's approaching anti Semitism, in my view, and the Europeans have done the same thing. So I think Israel is being increasingly isolated. That won't change the calculus and the party Israelis on Self defense. But it may well change the political dynamics of dealing with this issue on the part of the Biden administration, United States But again, I think the notion that the U. S can step in and has the tools economic, political military to actually change. The human dynamics of this is nonsense. I don't think we have that ability. I mean the notion we'd turn off the three billion a year in military aid Israel unless they do what we tell them is nonsensical. If Israel makes the wrong decisions on security, they will disappear. As a nation in people. Netanyahu it seemed to me has to go before we can get in Israeli leadership that understands how to move this thing off dead center. But if you stop a conflict like this prematurely, where neither side felt such Sufficient desperation to come to a political accommodation. Then you barely slow the pace of violence down. But again, I think restraint in part of the United States to try and force the two parties into direct accommodations, even temporary one day at a time Accommodations Is probably on the only way out of this. Retired four star general and military analyst Barry McCaffrey. Appreciate you, sir. Thank you. Okay. Thank you for 20 now would come on news and an update on our co mo money seen Komal propel insurance money check with Francesco. A rebound attempt by technology shares ran out of gas in the afternoon, and stocks ended in the red for a second straight session. The Dow Jones industrials lost 267 points. Theo S and P 500 shed 35. The tech heavy NASDAQ composite fell 75 generally positive news out of Macy's this morning, the department store chain reported a surprise profit. Analysts were expecting a loss and revenue beat estimates submit a 62% surgeon comparable store sales. The company also raised its full year forecast, pointing to a pickup in store traffic. Despite all of that Macy's shares ended fractionally lower. That's you money now. Money news on coma which 20 and 50 passed every hour. Oh, boy. If we had challenges on the road home, we'll get the latest on traffic straight ahead. Come..

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04:40 min | 1 year ago

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"We've got mostly sunny skies all the way through the weekend. Few clouds coming through, especially over the North Sound could see a little bit of rain activity First thing tomorrow morning. But then that said downtown Seattle is they said 70. Tonight's low 50 degrees. Come on news time for 15. Stay connected. Stay informed. The Northwest's on Lee 24 hour News Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Thank you for joining us on the comb. Oh, afternoon news. I'm Rick fan sites. ELISA Jaffe With a day off our editor, Jeremy Greater headlines. Israeli's prime minister says a heavy price will be paid as rockets continue being shot at his country from Gaza. Rockets have a name to tell Aviv as the violence ramps up for the second day between Palestinians and Israel. And her judge sentencing Amanda more than 30 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to fatally shooting his wife at work two years ago. This was that the Achilles plastic plant in average 61 year old Jeffrey Fevers will be sentenced later on this month at 4 16. We continue on the comb, Oh, afternoon news and tough questions on Capitol Hill for the head of the CDC doctor Rachel Wolinsky. His will is Dr Anthony Fauci. ABC NEWS Washington correspondent Andy Field updates us now and Andy. What's the beef with these GOP senators and the health experts who are testifying today and yesterday? You know, it's hard. It's hard to know other than the continued politicization of covert in terms of mask mandates and lockdowns and such Republicans. I can't say this is a blanket assumption, but it seems that in most states Gonna run by Republicans. They're lifting the mandates there, even telling and in fact, in Florida, for example, where some of the cities Continued to say, You know, you need to wear a mask and you need to distance while the governor there just said no. I'm gonna overrule. Yo, you can't do any of that. And his response was, if you you know if you don't believe in vaccines if you don't believe in science, and you think we still need policing, But the problem is, is that And many of these states, especially in Florida, less than one out of every three people have the vaccine so you can believe in the vaccine, but it's 60. Some odd percent of your state still doesn't have it. That provides a significant risk. And that is what the folks on Capitol Hill Dr Wolinsky And Dr Anthony Fauci face from Republicans in the Senate. Today, Rand Paul is usually kind of like cat mice with With Anthony Fauci basically accusing him and the NIH today of funding the Wuhan Viral Institute that Rand Paul seems to think unleashed this virus on the world with certainly not any proof that that happened. After the fact you came roaring right back at him and said, Sorry, With all due respect, sir, it's not true. We didn't fund this this institute. We had nothing to do with it. On, he said. It's certainly worth investigating. But you know you can't put these conspiracy theories out there. Senator Susan Collins of Maine is more moderate senator than Rand Paul, not an extremist. By any stretch, So does her criticism of the CDC today, somewhat surprised Washington watchers Andy Well again, The criticism comes she goes, You know, we have unnecessary various to re opening schools exaggerating the risk of outdoor transmission unworkable restrictions on summer camp, Collins said. It matters because it undermines public confidence in your recommendations. Wolinsky said. She stands by the CDC guidance, saying that it's developed with stakeholders and consumers and doctors looking at all these things. She admitted the CDC director that outdoor transmission is very rare. But there are some studies that say that perhaps in some cases Maybe as high as 10% that it can happen. So look, the CDC is always going to air on the side of being more conservative and making sure that people don't get infected and we see what's happening in India, where they big parts of that country let its guard down. And they are in this incredible humanitarian crisis Now where people are dying in numbers that we never actually saw here in the United States, and they're worried that those variants are gonna come back here. Until everyone's vaccinated. Which is why we're seeing this giant push from every corner of the Biden administration in the U. S government to get people vaccinated. Maybe sees Andy Field in Washington. Thank you, Andy. Come on news time for 20 Standing update Now on your Komal propel insurance Money News from.

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05:02 min | 1 year ago

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"The Northwest's on Lee 24 hour News Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7, Thanks for joining us on the comb, Oh, afternoon news. I'm Rick fantasized ELISA Jaffe With the week off and our editor Jeremy Greater headlines. Georgia's governor is suspending the state's gas tax while the colonial pipeline remained shut down. The suspension will last through Saturday. We'll have an update on that in just a moment from ABC News and Alex Stone. Locally, schools across Washington State won't consider a requirement to mandate covert 19 vaccines and Children until a vaccine is fully approved by the U. S Food and Drug Administration. The Washington State Board of Health says they're not going to consider adding it to the list of required immunizations until then. Well, it's day five of the Colonial pipeline shut down after the RANSOMWARE attack and Foreign update. We got ABC News correspondent Alex Stone, Alex the impact Not so much here in the West, but the East Coast is another matter. And, of course, as you've been reporting, it's affecting airlines, too. Absolutely about 20% of gas stations in the Atlanta area. New number we got in the past hour and now reported to be out of fuel and Virginia earlier today, it was running percent. That number has probably gone up, but This is ah lot worse at the consumer level in the past 24 hours, and he was yesterday when analysts were saying Well, maybe there would be some higher prices. But as long as it's short lived that that we probably won't feel a whole lot. But it really comes down to there has been so much panic buying along the East Coast, You know, just like hoarding of toilet paper during the beginning of the pandemic, that the mentality of the day you got to go out because what if they run out? And now they are and that this woman is among those out, saying she's gotta fill up everything they've got. So they know that they've got gas. I usually put in, like half a tank just to get back and forth to work. I'm gonna go ahead and put in a full tank and we got another car up here too. We're gonna fill that up two dozen cricket. There is gas in the pipelines. But because of the cyber attack, it isn't moving much. They've been able to get some movement going on there, but not a lot. And that's the thing so they're the gasoline is there It's not that they're out of gas. They just have to be able to get it there, and Colonial says it has been able to do work around to get about a million barrels to gas stations about 41 million gallons. But they say that they know they've got a lot more to do. And Patrick Donna Gasbuddy and analyst, he says, really comes down to that They didn't account for the hoarding fact. Motorists in some cases are making the situation worse by panicking and hoarding gasoline. And then the airlines you talk about. They're trying to make long term plans. What if If the pipeline isn't up and running again, and that they've got a figure things out to American Airlines, putting just a bit of fuel on long haul flights out of Charlotte, and then they're stopping in Route Charlotte to Honolulu, stopping in Dallas to fill up Charlotte TOE. London Stopping in Boston to fill up, United says today that planes flying into Nashville, Baltimore, Savannah, Spartanburg and a couple other places They're going with double the fuel extra fuel on board so that they don't have to fill up When they land. They could just turn around and leave and then fill up wherever they're going so that the airlines say they're doing what they can to limit the amount that they're pulling from the system. But as of right now, the hope is by the end of the week that everything will be back online. So maybe restoring full service by then. So with so many essential services vulnerable, I'm you talked yesterday. Alex about this, you know, power grids and other essential services. What are the efforts now to try to prevent this from happening in the future? Well, yeah, I think that the efforts have always been underway. That this kind of maybe lights the fire under authorities, but that this has always been a big concern of what can hackers get into and Been relatively lucky so far up until this point. The Yeah that there's been ransom, where its schools and banks and companies but really, in the U. S large scale, shutting things down. Hasn't really gone on now. The belief is that with this group dark side that they really weren't trying to shut this down that that their objective is to make money that they wanted to put the ransom in there, get paid and be done. It is not believe that they were in their maliciously trying to Shut it down and create the chaos. That's creating. Yeah. What they were doing is bad, no matter what, but they allegedly are thieves. They were just in it for the money. But what if this gives an idea toe to another group of Hey, look what we can do or a terrorist group local we can do beyond the money, shutting things down. That really has officials in the intelligence community and elsewhere concerned. Where else this could go. This one appears to have been designed as a money ploy. But in the end is his shut all of this down now, gas stations going dry. People can't get gas or waiting in lines of a couple of hours all going back to this group able to hack their way in latest on the Colonial pipeline shutdown from Alex Stone. Thank you, Alex. You got it. Thanks for coming news time. 3 20. Let's talk about money news. Now you're Komal Propel Insurance Money update with.

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"Seafood in Bellevue. Downtown, like Union and less shy offering, take out and delivery. Listen for the CO Moh afternoon Sound by weekday afternoons at 4 40 right here on coma News. Money updates Frank Miller with your Komal propel insurance money check after trading mixed for most of today's session, stocks finished lower across the board without had topped 35,000 for the first time in its history. However, it gave up those gains to finish 35 points in the negative closing the session out of 7 34,042. The S and P. 500 was down. 44 points to 41 88, while the NASDAQ was off 350 points to close at its worst level in nearly two months at 13,004. Oh, one of the steep drop by the NASDAQ today came amid some weakness among tech stocks, following some negative analyst comments about several big name companies Facebook and Google parent company alphabet. Hosting some notable losses today after getting a downgrade from Citigroup. Both socks were downgraded to neutral from buy elsewhere. Oracle was also lower today after it got a downgrade from bar Clay's That's your money now. Money news on comb over 20 and 50 passed every hour. Coming up Traffic and weather and key Republicans come to the defense of Liz Cheney. Next J foreigner here, CEO of rocket mortgage and rocket companies. Last year we saw historically low mortgage interest rates. What you may not know is that interest rates are already starting to increase and it's likely that trend is on Lee going to continue. Our team of experts is standing by to help you save before rates go up. Don't look back and wish that you had taken action. Call 8338 rocket or visit rocket.

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04:49 min | 1 year ago

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"A coma news at 4 15. Stay connected. Stay informed. The Northwest's on Lee 24 hour News Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7, We look at our headlines now with headed her Jeremy. Greater I'm Rick Fan sites. ELISA Jaffe With the day off President Biden and first Lady Jill Biden are celebrating his 1st 100 days in office. During a drive in rally in Georgia. The president touted his achievement of administering more than 220 million coronavirus shots so far as commander in chief. And the federal government has agreed to pay two men $35,000 each to settle lawsuits after they were detained and interrogated by U. S customs and border protection agencies and separate incidents at the downtown bus station in Spokane. Their attorneys claimed agents regularly targeted people of color who are writing Greyhound Busses to check immigration status. I'm Jeff Pooja look Well, technically, not a state of the Union address, President Biden went before a joint session of Congress last night's to mark his 1st 100 days in office. Joining me now is a B C's Andy field. And what was the president's overarching message? Well, the message was that basically the country was on fire when he walked on the door, and he's done a pretty good job of putting it out. He wants to keep doing that. Despite the fact that Republicans don't like what they're hearing from President Biden poll after poll after the speech yesterday shows the overwhelming number of Americans did like what they heard. But of course, there's not a whole lot not to, like when someone is standing up there, saying here's a whole bunch of free stuff. I'm going to give you why wouldn't you like it free education for kids in preschool free education for two years of community college? New roads, new bridges, Internet new pipes, all kinds of things that are fantastic, but they cost something and that's where the big sticking point is because President Biden says he wants to pay for it by taxing the rich and Republicans don't seem to have actually, anyway to pay for it. They don't think they need to do all this stuff. They just wanna build roads, bridges and trains and say that's infrastructure and be done with it. Ever since he was elected president Biden's been pulled in two different directions. Now, if you look at his career, you could probably Really describe him as a moderate. But ah, lot of the progressives in the Democratic Party seemed to get what they want last night. They did, and certainly is good for progressives in the party. But it's good for a lot of people who don't have some of the advantages of some of the wealthier people in the country. The president's proposals. When it comes to Texas. You know, the Republicans saying, this is extreme. This is terrible. It's far less than what most wealthy Americans and certainly corporations were tags. When Donald Trump came into office, I think the tax rate was upwards for corporations upwards of 30, some 1%. Maybe 35% of the exact number of they basically chop that tree down to 23%. Joe Biden just wants to get it back up to, you know, just below 30%. Significantly lower than it was before. But at that rate you congrats. Erbil. Yin's upon billions of dollars to pay for all this infrastructure that he wants to pay for. The Republicans have never met a tax they liked. Never had a tax cut that they wanted to repeal. And that is an issue there, because no one as a real good compromise and how to pay for all this. The problem here is, Are they going to do it with a bipartisan majority back and forth, or are they going to do it like they did with the covert relief plan was Was through reconciliation is kind of arcane law that says the Senate can pass it with just one vote, and the Democrats can do that, if they wanted to. And Joe Biden may actually picked that choice because he only has a very short window of opportunity to get everything done because if the Republicans pick up seats in the next election in the midterm election, that means that the Democratic majorities could wither or disappearing entirely and in the House and Senate That's a B C's Andy Field, talking with Cuomo's Jeff Postell affirm or of the conversation, subscribe to the Coma politic cast available at co Moh news dot com slash podcasts or on your favorite podcast app. President Biden, saying he was not given any heads up before federal investigators raided the New York City apartment of Rudy Giuliani. I give you my word, I was not I made a pledge. Would not interfere in any way order or try to stop any investigation. The Justice Department head in a way I learned about that last night when the rest of the world learned about it. In an interview with NBC, Biden noted, he found out about the event the same time is the nation was informed. The FBI seized a number of Giuliani's electronic devices on Wednesday for an investigation reportedly regarding his relations to Ukraine. Homo news time for 20 and you're Komal Propel Insurance Money update now from Jim Tesco. It's happened again. Amazon smashed expectations with its quarterly earnings and revenue. After the closing bell.

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"Our technical director editing today by Jeremy Greater. I'm Rick Fan sites with ELISA Jaffe, the company behind the major mix up at the Johnson and Johnson Vaccine plant apparently has a history of quality control citations. A B C's Andy Field, joining us on the camo news line with the latest What have we learned and he 1st 15 million doses of the vaccine. Ruined and White House, saying, though not to worry about getting those doses. Yeah, because they never get out the door. Apparently this subcontractor in Baltimore not only else produced Johnson and Johnson vaccine, but it also produces AstraZeneca backseat. I guess they get the rest of these mixed up and someone noticed that or I guess they have quality control to make sure that someone notices that and it never get out the door. Now, the White House tells us, which is interesting that this plant still doesn't have FDA approval. Which begs the question. How are they making vaccines if they don't have FDA approval, But apparently with this emergency authorization they have. It's pretty much the case for every place and they do have very strict quality controls. But the bottom line is anyone listening to this right now and is worried about the Johnson and Johnson vaccine Do not Because nothing got out of that plant. There are other plants that are making this. Johnson and Johnson says they have more than enough capacity and other places. They've added these extra contractors to basically go toe over capacity, which is what President Biden wants, so that there's so much vaccine that if there's a shipment delay, there's no problem. They'll be able to get this stuff out. The good news is for patients. None of this got out. It's not gonna get into any arms. The bad news is this company. It's not gonna have some headaches, trying to get approval for other vaccines being made when they've messed up this badly on this one. What kind of a citations if they had in the past, They've had some quality control issues. The according to the FDA they've been cited for. They fixed them. But again, this is not a good thing, And the only thing we can be reassured is The The FDA has some pretty strict controls on how this stuff gets out the door so that no one gets injected with something bad. So basically the issue was identified addressed. This is dealing with one plant. It's not dealing with the vaccine. Correct, And so they have quarantine everything that's in there going through checking it major headache for this company. I mean, this is this is a make or break deal for this company in terms of whether they stay in business or not. And now that Johnson and Johnson doesn't have as much confidence that this thing right they're gonna go to other plants to go and make sure that it doesn't get done right. In the meantime, they said, they're still On track to get all the vaccine that they've promised the U. S government out from other facilities because they have so much capacity out there to do this right now, in part because of the Defense production Act, where President Biden ordered some plants to make sure they would repurpose things to make sure that not only Johnson and Johnson, but the fighter in the modern of vaccines also get out. Is the White House concerned that people now are? Are they worried that people are going to be worried about the vaccine? Because of this? Well, no, no, not if they're if they're following the news and following the fact that this did not affect a single drop of vaccine that's going to any patient, nor will it because it was all quarantine and caught before him. So that's the good news. The other thing that the White House is doing today They are spending a lot of money, and they enlisted. Community groups, sports figures, major celebrities, and they have started these public service ads to reach into the African American community into Asian communities into underserved areas to say, Look. This is safe. It's going to save your life and life and many other lives around the country. Don't be reluctant to take this. So they're doing a major PR push right now on top of everything else that you're seeing. Make sure that people do want to get the vaccine, ABC, Sandy Field Thank you, Andy. Thank you. Listen. Come on news time now. 5 20, Jim Tesco with your Komal propel insurance Money update no fooling here.

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03:49 min | 1 year ago

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"Coming up you don't have to be a shrewd investor to build that retirement nest egg. I'm her Weiss bomb with advice from a personal finance expert at Nerdwallet. Former President Donald Trump might have been acquitted in his impeachment trial. But that's not the only way Democrats could prevent him from holding office again. Call most Jeff socially got the details from ABC News, Legal analyst Royal Oak We're talking about the 14th amendment are wait. You're right there actually the two parts of the Constitution and that would give the Senate the power over the full Congress, depending to save sorry, Mr Trump, but you may never run for federal office again. One option had to do with impeachment. If the Democrats have mustered the two thirds vote, there would then have the opportunity by a majority vote to say Okay, you're disqualified if they chose to do that, But as you suggest that there's a separate part of the Constitution, having nothing to do with impeachment, The 14th amendment says that if you lied in the insurrection, then it is possible for Congress to disqualify you from ever holding Federal office and That option is open to the Democrats as to whether they think they should pursue that option from a political standpoint, or if it would make Trump look like a martyr. Just the fact that a bunch of Democrats are trying to run him out of town. It's hard to know where the proper political calculus is on that. Let's do a little background on this. This is a reconstruction of them that this had to do with states that were seceding from the union during the Civil War. Exactly what happened was after the South was crushed in in the Civil War. The southerners were not too quick to adopt the new rules like no more slavery. And so in this reconstruction period when the northern Republicans were running the show, they pushed through an amendment to the Constitution that said, If you lead an insurrection against the federal government, then you may not hold federal office and that was designed Make sure that Southerners could remain a powerful bloc in Congress so fast forward to today, it hasn't been used over the many decades. But some Democrats feel that this is an appropriate tool against Trump. And unlike impeachment, this would only require a simple majority of both houses correct exactly a simple majority both houses which of course, is theoretically doable, because at this point Democrats control the Senate. With the 50 50 tie, The VP breaks the tie. And, of course, there's still a slim lead among the Democrats in the House of Representatives. But as I mentioned, some people are wondering whether this effort would look too much like the raw exercise of political power. Okay, you failed to convince the requisite number of senators to convicted Donald Trump. And now you're trying by some backdoor method to make sure he doesn't run against you. It looks like you're afraid of him. That's the approach the Republicans would use against this. If the Democrats were to go that direction, couldn't the Republicans argue? Well, he was acquitted in impeachment. Therefore, he was not guilty of insurrection well. They could argue that, however, the fact that not enough senators agreed that he was guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors. Might not work because after all, many people would say, well, one big reason he was found not guilty is because a bunch of Republicans felt that as a technical matter, you may not put a former president on trial and therefore it wouldn't really be seen as binding precedent that he wanted to beat the rap in the Senate impeachment trial. Instead, Democrats could say it's a totally independent basis to get rid of him off of every federal ballot. The future and that's the 14th amendment. All right, And that's the opinion of ABC News legal analyst Royal Oaks talking with Cuomo's Jeff Postell in bringing us to 5 50 time for your Komal propel insurance money update. No comment from Amazon. But the tech giant is said to be developing a thin echo device for user's to mount on their walls.

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04:59 min | 1 year ago

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"Jeremy Greater and technical direction from painter. Web headlines. President Biden and Vice President Harris are talking about the coronavirus stimulus plan with a bipartisan group of governors and mayors. Biden says states. Having the capacity to deal with the virus is the most important thing right now. And a federal judge today granted a preliminary injunction to stop the sale of the National Archives in Seattle. Having declared the 10 acre site in the city a surplus. The federal government wants to move archival records to Kansas City and Riverside, California. Archives hold millions of boxes of documents, but only a tiny fraction of them so far have been digitally scanned. Billions of dollars are going to be paid out by drug companies for their roles in the opioid crisis. Come Liz Taylor Band Size learns more about why those companies might not be on the hook for the entire bill is gonna represent a significant red number on their balance sheet. Come tax time. But do those companies deserve to claim that loss as a tax deduction? Reporting on this in The Washington Post is Douglas McMillan, who joins us on the coma news line and Douglas? Which companies are we talking about here? Because it's not just one there, several that are gonna be paying out billions of dollars. Had four cos It's Johnson and Johnson, the giant pharmaceutical company as well McKesson on their source. Bergen and Cardinal Health. These four companies came together in a very complex long litigation process is going on. There's year hundreds of jurisdictions across the country that have been trying to all these companies accountable. These four companies proposed a settlement November That they would pay $26 billion to settle these claims that the majority or or all of that money would go towards helping communities that have been affected by this the opioid epidemic. What we've started to see that that settlement is not final yet. But in the past few weeks and months since that Settlement offer was announced. These companies have quietly been telling their investors that they plan to deduct some of those costs and from what we can tell So far, it looks like each of these companies because they're expecting roughly $1 billion deduction. Okay, so we could both assume the public isn't going to be happy about drug companies doing this after the crisis with opioids we've seen but the question for me remains. Is this illegal thing to do that They can claim a loss like this? Yeah, so it's gonna really depend on specific language in the final settlement, which has not been finalized. Yet. Generally, companies are not allowed to deduct Payments made to the government to make up for a mist Misty Cos They're charges of the crime and our pain settlement to a government agency are generally not allowed to deduct up no taxes, however. There's one big exception and that exception has been around for a long time, and it's been utilized by many companies, which is the law says if you are making those payments Two victims as restitution. That's the magic word. If you say restitution in that settlement, then you are usually almost always allowed to duct that payment. So what we've seen is that this this magic word has gotten Cos. Many billions of dollars and tax benefits and notable example is the tea after the deepwater Horizon oil spill was able to deduct a huge portion of its settlement with the government. There was an effort like by Congress. I mean, there's obviously been angry about that specific incidents. On. It was never by Congress to try to tighten that. Oh, limit the ability for companies to do this, but so far it looks like you know. Interestingly, this is a big another big test for this long whether Companies will get away with claiming these payments of a seduction. And so far it looks like these opioid companies are optimistic that that will happen. Does this MacMillan with us on common? Who's he covers corporate accountability as he reports for The Washington Post and the full report online at Washington Post, Doc. And that's cool. Most Taylor Vance Ice Combo news time 5 50. Now you're Komal Propel Insurance Money Update from Seattle Business magazine years, Rob Smith, a pandemic was much more devastating to downtown Seattle in the great recession. Downtown lost 48,000 jobs last year, three overwhelming majority coming in the second quarter 28,000 jobs vanished during the great recession, according to the downtown Seattle Association. The cancelation of the 2020 cruise season due to covert 19 cost Seattle roughly $900 million in economic impact and 5500 jobs, according to the Port of Seattle. By comparison, more than 1.2 million cruise passengers visited Seattle in 2019, the Dow gained 27 points to close at 4 31,058. NASDAQ gained 69 the S and P. 500 Rose 18. This is Rob Smith with Seattle Business magazine for Come on News Money News on CO mo A 2050 passed every hour and coming out the Spears and Janet Jackson getting apology from Justin Timberlake..

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"Hannah, Thank you. Thank you, Taylor. And that's come. Most Taylor van sized Walgreens in new uber are partnering to make access to covet 19 vaccines, more equitable and underserved communities. The companies say the partnership will include free transportation to Walgreens clinics and socially vulnerable communities are come on news time now coming up on 3 50 Rob Smith with your Komal propel insurance Money. Updates multi level marketing clothing company Lula row has agreed to pay the state of Washington $4.75 million to settle a lawsuit asserting that it up Created a pyramid scheme. Court documents say the settlement does not constitute an admission of guilt, and the company denies any wrongdoing. 75% of business owners in the Northwest say the pandemic has had a negative impact on their companies. Surveyed by Washington State University's Carson College of Business also finds that 81% of business leaders in Washington state have a positive view of the state's response to covert 19 about 20% points higher than those in Oregon and Idaho. Dow Lost 10 points to close at 3 31,075 NASDAQ gained 22 close at a record high while the S and P 500 lost. Four. This is Rob Smith with Seattle Business magazine for Cuomo News. Catch Money News on co. Mo A 2050 passed every hour and coming up. It's being called covert arm. So what's causing the red rash at the inoculation site? And is it dangerous? I'm her wife's bomb with the answers. With so many great options to choose from in the sheets. Three for five app sampler. You'll have plenty to share mix and match any of your favorites and get all three for just five bucks like Mac and cheese bites..

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05:32 min | 1 year ago

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"Stay informed. The Northwest's on Lee 24 hour News Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Good afternoon. I'm Rick fan sites. ELISA Jaffe With the day off. Our editor is Jeremy Greater Bill O'Neill, technical director. And for the second time former President Trump will not testify. It is impeachment trial, his legal team called it unconstitutional. And accused Democrats of waging a public relations stunt. They claim House impeachment managers can't prove he incited the Capitol attack President Biden vowing to repair alliances and engage with the world. Once again. He laid out his foreign policy vision today in a speech at the State Department declaring America and diplomacy are back, saying the U. S will no longer accept Russia's malign activities. Washington State averaging about 28,000 covert 19 vaccinations today, and as of this week, more than 728,000 vaccine doses have been administered statewide. The head of the state's Department of Health says Washington continues to make progress to get closer to its goal of 45,000 vaccines every day. Well before Marjorie Taylor Greene was elected to Congress, the Republican from Georgia had a detestable presence on social media, and she ridiculed survivors of mass shootings claimed Democratic leaders committed crimes worthy of execution. And even suggested that some California wildfires could have been started by prominent Jewish families with a space laser. And then there's her endorsement of Cuban on now Congress has a chance to go on the record about representative Green. That's expected to happen any time this afternoon. Reporting on this for ABC News, Elizabeth Sheltie who talked with Cuomo's Taylor van size, how is green regarded within her own party. But how do Republicans feel about her? This is really the debate that's happening here. We heard last night. The Republican Conference meet for several hours. Ultimately, they only came out in condemned these comments. They did not take any action against Congresswoman Green for these remarks. We've heard that they say they do not support that. She has said this, but they're not really willing to go as far association should be held accountable for them and part of the reason for that, And this is the dynamic that we're really seeing play out in the Republican Party right now. Is that a big supporter of Congressman Greene, it's former President Trump the Republican. They're trying to wrestle with how far they can distance themselves with former President Trump. And if they want to, you know, take a stand against someone that has his support like this. We see political parties galvanized all the time. You know around any number of people Teddy Roosevelt, representative Alexandria, Acosta, Cortez or even Senator Bernie Sanders. They foster the growth of progressive movements within the Democratic Party. But then we see the President Trump effect The populism. Push is representative green part of that trump effect. We know that Trump likes her, or is she something new altogether? Well, that's a little bit of both to sort of answer the question there When we heard representative Green speak on the floor today and sort of a surprise speech that she made, she said that she was motivated to get into politics entirely because of President Trump, she said. He gave her a voice that she did not have. He voiced a lot of the concerns that she had about the state of the country and policies that she didn't think we're getting enough attention like America First. We're getting attention under President Trump, so she really is aligning with him. But it is notable that she has taken this to kind of a Next level with some of these comments that she previously made that supported violence against Democrats. That really denied things that happened like school shootings that you mentioned, so how far this would go into the world of Trumpism. You know, some of the Republicans who identify strongly with the populace and Trump are still saying they wouldn't identify with it. Green brand here and then I guess, on the other side of the Republican spectrum, you have the Senate minority leader. Now who is what? I think you called her a cancer or something like that. Yes. So Mitch McConnell, the Senate minority leader, said that He didn't call out wreck Congressman Greene by name, but essentially has said that she is the cancer that is spreading and shouldn't be spreading in the Republican Party. So notably, there are some senators who have come out and really taken a strong stand against Congresswoman Green, even though many of the House lawmakers are trying to sort of walk this line and remain in support of her while condemning what she's saying so How much this will divide the kind of united front of Republicans face between the House and the Senate. That's really a big question. Especially when it comes to now kind of the path forward for getting policy through when they're a minority in both chambers maybe sees Elizabeth cozy with us on coma. News from Washington, D. C. Elizabeth. Thank you very much. And that's cool. Most Taylor Band size with the interview, Let's get an update on money news now Happy to report a lot more green than red. It's 3 19. Jim Tesco with your Komal propel insurance money check stocks posted brought in sharp gains for the third time in four sessions. Both the S and P 500 NASDAQ composite notching fresh closing highs. The S and P Rose 41 points today, the NASDAQ leaped 167. The Dow Jones industrial Average jumped 332. But shares of Nordstrom slid almost. 7%, The Seattle based department store chain, expects to report that his holiday quarter sales fell in the low 20% range, year over year. Washington's jobs picture improved slightly again last week. First time claims for unemployment benefits totaled 16,100, a decline of 2.2% from the previous week. More than 30, Safeway and Albertsons. Pharmacies are already offering covert 19 vaccines, and they expect to expand that.

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05:02 min | 2 years ago

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"Sites are editor Bill O'Neill. Technical direction from Painter Web headlines. Oklahoma is stuck with $2 Million worth of State attorney general in Oklahoma is helping with the state to return. Her cell stockpiles is there's no solid evidence that it does help cure Covad. Well, you don't have to be a resident of Washington to get a covert vaccine shot in the state. So says the Washington health Department after a man drove 2.5 days from Oklahoma to the Tri cities. Get his inoculation. I'm Colonial. We know international travelers coming to the United States must show proof of a recent negative cove in 19 tests before they arrived. Could that soon be the rule When it comes to domestic travel? Alex Stone is watching closely for ABC News. He joins us now in the coma news line. Alex. Where is this push coming from? And how likely is it? We'll see such a policy for domestic air travel here. Well building it's been discussed for quite a while and early on during the pandemic, it was decided they would not go down that road because one there just wasn't enough testing that was available. I am to the administration that was in did not want it well, now the CDC today on a call with reporters this morning, confirming that they are considering making covert tests mandatory. For domestic flights as well. Like what we're seeing on those international flights that began on Monday. Even if you're coming from Mexico or Canada, that you've got a supply a Negative cove in test within 72 hours of flying Now, this is what the CDC is, Dr Marty Cetron said today is he was talking about it on that call these air. Um, conversations that are ongoing and looking at what the types on the locations of testing might be. So this is another one of those follow that space were actively looking at it. Yeah, they're talking about it right now. Don't mean getting a clear test somewhat right before your flight, either a rapid test right beforehand or another 13 days before. He says it comes down to the testing is much more available right now, and it makes all the difference. We realized that there's been a dramatic evolution and increase in both testing platforms and testing capacity. I think this is a really important part of our toolkit. To combat this pandemic. Now airlines are mixed on this bill. There's one of the side that believe that the industry requiring taxes that's gonna instill confidence in flying and that bookings will go up. The families will say You know what? If I know everybody on my plane and in the airport is negative. Well, then I will feel a lot better about traveling, and then we may get back to some kind of normal. Then there's the other side that says this is gonna be a pain that already airlines for having to deal with it. Sections of the wraps. Now are you upload Cove in tests, and they've got to have it before you board on. Then you get to a city. Let's say you're flying Seattle, the Chicago and then when you're in Chicago, you got to find a place to get a test. Three days before you fly back. There would just be so much involved. So you've got two different schools of thought in the airline industry, something he would do great for the airline, the other saying No, it would be too much trouble. And then then people just wouldn't fly. You know, you'd have to believe testing availability has to be a key part of this. It might take a while to put such a system in place. Honestly, yeah, and you know, there's been some learning curves on flights to Hawaii is a lot of folks know, because Alaska fly so frequently to Hawaii but also United and others out of San Francisco went out of l A X. There's quite a few flights go back and forth Hawaiian Airlines a lot, so they had to get that up and running, and it was a little bit rocky at the beginning to make sure that everybody going to Hawaii had been tested three days before and by an approved testing site as well, Not just anybody, and not a lot of public sites were allowed. Going into Hawaii. They've gotten over a lot of that, but it could be expensive as well. That's the way it's set up right now that if you're going to Hawaii, you may be spending two or 300 bucks a box on top of What you're already spending to test you and your Children before you go now, you could make the argument that if you're going to Hawaii that you've got probably little more disposable income, and it's a little more. Possible that if you're going toe, you know, let's say Albuquerque or Dallas that you may not be able to spend the time or the money to do that. They've got to figure all of that out of your way for the airlines to absorb it. Is there a way for the government to absorb the cost? They're trying to figure all of that out right now. A B C's Alex Stone with us on the commoners lining And that's come most Bill O'Neill. Thank you, Bill. Come on news time. 5 50, You're Komal Propel Insurance Money Update Here's Rob Smith at Seattle business magazines. Starbucks executive has just been named CEO of Walgreens and will become the only black woman leading a fortune 500 company. Starbucks chief operating officer, Roz Brewer was a key architect of the shift, and Starbucks is strategy to create more drive thru locations in recent years. She previously served a CEO of Sam's Club. Doubt shed 634 points to close at 30,003 02. NASDAQ Lost 3 55 and the S and P 500 fell. 98 north from stock fell slightly today but is now up almost 30% since the start of the year, closing at 39 29.

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05:16 min | 2 years ago

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"Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is advising President Biden tonight to remember that he does not owe his election to the far left. The Kentucky Republican says Biden should use his administration to create good paying American jobs and not sacrifice lively hoods to what he called liberal symbolism. A Seattle man now charged with assault, accused of using bear spray on two photojournalists charged photojournalism threatening a newspaper reporter during the January 6 protest started by former President Trump's supporters at the Washington state Capitol. Damon Hughesmen has pleaded not guilty to those charges. Mayor Pete seems to be in line to become the next U. S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buddha judge the former South Bend, Indiana mayor who ran a strong campaign in pursuit of the Democratic nomination for president. Faced a confirmation hearing today and Ian Duncan covering it for the Washington Post, and talked more with Cuomo's Taylor van sites. In President Biden's inaugural speech, he asked for his critics to hear him out of appealing for bipartisan cooperation from what you saw during the hearing. Did. Biden's nominee face much opposition. What was he heard out very little. You know, he was given a chance to talk about the president's plans to invest a lot more money in transportation, infrastructure, roads and rail lines and things like that, and Democrats on the committee very keen on him. But the Republicans, some of them to also praising his background and this sort of intellect that they think he'll bring to this job. You know, you did see a couple moments where he was asked about on order that died in a sign that would cancel the Keystone Pipeline. He's challenged over that, which is a reminder that the party's still don't see eye to eye on climate change. But generally it was pretty smooth sailing through this hearing. Yeah, and during these hearings and sometimes nominees that might not have such an easy road kind of use it as a chance to sell themselves to the committee. Say, Hey, look at me. I like for Buddha Judge. You could say I'm a veteran, I I would be a ground breaker and that he would be the first openly gay member of the Cabinet to be confirmed by the Senate. He bother to bring that kind of thing up, Or was it mostly policy that he focused on today? It was pretty wonky. I'd say I mean, he did touch on that His husband, Jackson was there on do not hit him and thanked into his support, which through easy to forgetting that that's not something that we've seen before. At this level. I think there was some mentions of his service. The military. But you know, he was really able to kind of dig into the details on quite specific transportation policy questions that affected you know, just maybe the state where Particular senator was from and he didn't seem fazed. Anybody getting into the weeds on stuff? We know that Buddha judge ran the city of South Bend, Indiana before he ran for president. But does his background have much in the way of transportation experience, not tons on? I mean, he did some changes to some of the streets in South Bend in a way that is in line with what this is. Have been reform is quite keen on Andre got some attention to that, but it's not that he's somebody who has a decade of experience with transportation policy. I think you know what he'll bring it. It's sort of bit of star power and his On base in the party, and then we're going to see today the crew they're filling in as his team and they're bringing in people who will be at the wrong below him and two runs below him. Who will be the people with the kind of real hard core experience? Finally, infrastructure transportation. It's it's an easy thing for a politician to promise. How Central is it, though, that this transportation goal for the bite an agenda? They have been talking up a lot? I mean, I think that like to spend a trillion arm or in the coming years if they can And the idea is that you invest in more environmentally sustainable forms of transportation. But you also help put people to work by building the roads or the railways that your building and so it has this. Double benefit. That's the idea and then the question is whether you can kind of actually get a plan together in Congress. He and dug in with us on common use transportation reporter for The Washington Post's and you can always find discovered online at Washington Post calm and thank you very much. And this comes Taylor Band size 6 20 now at CO Moh news, Let's talk money and Jim Cheskuh with your Komal propel insurance money up to Intel's holiday quarter was a strong one, with adjusted per share earnings of a dollar 52 revenue of $20 billion, both handily, topping analyst estimates. The chipmaker noted that PC's with Intel chips sold in the quarter jumped by 33% from a year earlier. Thea earnings report leaked out a bit before the closing bell. Helping Intel shares jumped 6.5%, though they're giving back some of those gains and extended trading. Overall, stocks were narrowly mixed. The Dow industrials down 12 points, but the S and P and NASDAQ composite both edge tire and again earned fresh closing eyes. That's your money now. Get your money News on CO mo A 2050 passed every hour. Traffic and weather coming up. Also Dr Anthony Fauci on muscled Homo news radio.

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06:09 min | 2 years ago

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"And Wednesday with highs in the mid to upper forties. That's the latest from the coma forecast Team. Stay connected. Stay informed. The Northwest's on Lee 24 hour News Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 I'm Charlie Harder. Early research shows there may be a link between Cove in 19 and the long term health of the heart and lungs of people who get it. Now Research is taking place at Harvard and the University of Washington to see how Cove it affects the hearts of athletes. Joining us on the common use line in stalker Jonathan Dresser with the Center for Sports Cardiology at the UW Doctor Dresser. Can you tell us about the study that's underway? Yes, thanks so much for having me This is a wonderful collaboration of institutions across three US. Looking at the effects of covert 19 in college athlete specifically researchers from Harvard University, Washington and a great partnership between American Heart Association and the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine or forming or Registry and Collecting data. As we knew early in the pandemic overnight team seems to have an affliction for the heart and in the thickets of patients. This can cause some heart muscle injury and it raised questions about whether or not the virus would cause problems in younger, healthier individuals like competitive athletes. So across the nation, colleges have been doing additional Hart screens and test In athletes who have had covert on Tao. It's time that we we understand more about this. So we're actively collecting data reviewing these cardiac findings from athletes across the nation on drying to have a better understanding of just what the risk is of something like myocarditis after this viral illness in general, is there much that is known about covert 19th long term effects on people's hearts? Growing information? I mean, obviously Pandemics only been around for a year now, so long term is still relative. But there can be heart muscle damage. And when you have inflammation or direct viral injury to the heart muscle, or the mild cardio, which is called myocarditis, but that can be short term on Grizz all of completely or perhaps it could be more expensive and caused Long term problems. And so these are the types of things that we are investigating and hope to find some evidence to inform how we monitor the graphics on how might this research help athletic organizations in general? Well, I think it's gonna help quite a bit. I think colleges across the nation have taken sort of a shotgun approach to investigating their athletes were doing EKGs were doing echocardiograms or ultrasounds of the hardware getting laboratory information. Some institutions. Are you even doing a screening? Memorize. Of the heart, you know, looking for findings, and I think what will hopefully be able to provide some ADA is an evidence based approach to how we might identify those athletes. You truly do have a heart issue related to Cho, the doctor dresser. You're a sports medicine, Doc and you work with athletes often, and they are Often some of the healthiest people in the world. Someone in normal shave is listening right now, Or maybe they have some underlying conditions, and they don't take the threat of covert. Seriously. What do you want them to know about this virus? Yeah. You know, I think the one thing I've learned from my just clinical practice is The importance of recognizing symptoms once you've had over it, so specifically, if you have cardiovascular related symptoms, if you have chest pain, shortness of breath, feel your heart race or perhaps, you know, reduced tolerance, exercise, exercise, intolerance or fatigue. As you return to exercise Post Cove it after the viral syndrome and these air really important symptoms, and I think, perhaps are a marker of higher risk. And so I think this clinically what I'd say is a physician working in the space of your patient. You've had Cove it If you don't feel right As you return back to exercise, I think you should be evaluated by your position. Jonathan Dresser with the center for Sports Cardiology at the UW. Make sure the time today Thank you so much for having me. It's a whole new ballgame at Dodger Stadium in the battle against Cove in 19. ABC is Chuck's Iverson has that Dodger Stadium converting Friday from a covert testing site to a mass vaccination site is a grand slam, says California Governor Gavin Newsom. It's an extraordinary testament to people with resolve with grit and determination. One of those people, he praised the one credited with the idea. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti. What's this site is up and running in the middle of next week at full capacity. We'll be taking in at least 12,000 people a day here at Dodger Stadium every single day. All they need are the doses, says the mayor. Chuck's Iverson, ABC News And Jim Chess goes here with your Komal Propel insurance Money Update. Samsung's new line of premium galaxy s 21 smartphones arrives January 29th with advanced features aimed at securing the devices position as desirable alternatives to Apple's iPhone 12. All available for preorder the S 21 starts at $800. Yes, 21 plus at 1000 bucks. Some 6000 Amazon workers at an Alabama warehouse have been given the OK to begin voting by mail in early February on whether they should form a union. A National Labor Relations board hearing officer made that ruling Friday. Amazon had been pushing for an in person voted that facility. Starbucks this past week revealed $100 million commitment to help small businesses and community development projects in black, indigenous and people of color neighborhoods in 12 metropolitan areas around the country, including Seattle. The Community Resilience fund is an effort by the coffee giant to positively affect the communities it serves. That's your money now I'm Jim Chess Co. Co Moh news. May getting a great night's sleep. Your New year's resolution with mattress burns here and sail Hurry in for savings of up to $300 on.

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04:27 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Rick Fan sites along with ELISA Jaffe, Our editor, Jeremy Greater the N R A is filing for bankruptcy and moving to Texas, where it will restructure as a nonprofit. In a statement. The gun rights group says this is the way to exit what it believes is a corrupt political and regulatory environment in New York, where they have been based for 150 years, they chose Texas because the state is home to more than 400,000 and are a members. As we continue with our top stories. These headlines from King County where the state's most populous county has seen a 30% increase in covert cases since Christmas. More worrisome than that, for local health authorities is the threat of the UK and other Corona virus variants that could make things worse. Retired three star general is now in charge of the House investigation of the attack on the U. S Capitol and as the locker Terra is following this for ABC News and spoke with Cuomo's Taylor van size tell us about this man known as the Raging Cajun and why he was chosen by Speaker of the House. Nancy Pelosi. Yes, but I can't General Honore is someone who is very well respected. I think for both sides of the aisle he was remembered for his role in during Hurricane Katrina and the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. He's been tapped to conduct this investigation, which is just one. We should point out. Just one of many investigations that are is launching or at least you know, we know that they're more House Democrats are calling for more investigation see of a coalition of more than Already House Democrats right now calling for an investigation into some of the Capitol tours that took place the day before the riots there, calling those tours suspicious. They're claiming that Some of those tours might have served as kind of re Kon. So they're asking. They're they're They're calling for an investigation into that. I think you're gonna see in the coming days more and more investigations either starting or being called core because there's a feeling that you know, obviously everything that happened in terms of security. There's a real concern there that the security and security officers just do their work. And that's also why we thought, you know those resignations of the House sergeant at arms of Senate sergeant at arms and one of the U. S. Capitol police. It's those those allegations of the tours that really caught my eye the last day or two because I was under the impression that during the pandemic, you know nobody's able to get into a groove and take a tour of You know, the U. S Capitol or whatever you're credentialed member of the media who is allowed to be in the capital. What is access like funny? I actually came out this afternoon to see what the kind of fortress around the sea looks like. Access to the capital is obviously incredibly restricted. There's only a few ways in and out of the complex. They set up this Not available friends all around the complex they have, You know, plenty of National Guardsmen on hand. You know, inside the building and out. They check my credentials. You know, three times going in today again on Ben just around the capital Diamond downtown. Do you see right now? I just went for a walk to see. What the scene looks like. And it really is a fortress. I mean, all of downtown D. C is blocked off. You've got, you know, obviously the capital area, but the area around the White House, the National Mall, the National Park Service announced. Today that they were closing the National Mall to the public starting today through January. 21st. So the Thursday after inauguration, so it Zairi. It's a very, very Eerie sight, You know, come Wednesday, Millions of our eyes are going to be focused on the capital again for the inauguration. From your perspective there on the ground in D. C. Is the average of you were going to notice much damage to the capital it it's still a crime scene. After all, it is still a crime scene and again whether you know all these calls for investigations. It'll be interesting to see how that is dividing team handle this, You know, I think back to the DNC, and there was concerned that that could be really boring because of the pandemic. I think they did a good job. I think you know it is the way the DNC was conducted over over doom. What they did a pretty good job keeping the momentum that was the feeling on the Democratic side. They were happy with. How that unfolded, so they haven't really much details. So was gonna you know, take place on Inauguration day, at least not publicly. But I would imagine they're you know, working hard behind the scenes Tol a similar show on there's obviously going to be some components that are gonna be in person. But I would imagine there's also gonna be Virtual, you know aspects of it. We know the inaugural ball, for instance, will be held virtually maybe season as delicate terror with us on camo news from Washington, D C. And as thanks and that's Como's Taylor Vance ice. Bringing us to 3 20. Right. Here's your Komal Propel Insurance Money Update with Jim Chaska. It was a down week for US stocks, with the Dow Jones industrial Average slipping almost.

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03:20 min | 2 years ago

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"Actually, on Sunday night that she full statement from her publicist, quotes from her partner, Lance O'Brien, that he had held her. In her final moments it was, you know, really touching, sad stuff. She collapsed on Christmas Eve while walking her dogs. We didn't know why at the time and it was a it was not covert related. We're told, But then she was in the hospital on a ventilator for the past few days, and it was not looking good. And Sunday night, we were told that she had died and then Monday, the her publicist retracted that Said that she had not died that Lance O'Brien, her partner, got a call from the hospital that that she was alive. Well, I mean, it was very strange. And there we were told at the time that she was still in very grave condition. And then we found out that she had died last night. And what seems to be the kind of miscommunication at least what we're piecing together is That her partner was in fact in the hospital on Sunday, and he was allowed to see her, which is very rare here in Los Angeles because of covert and everything you can't go in the hospitals, But he was given an exception. He went to see her and he did hold her and he thought that that was the end. But he was mistaken. And then there was a queue miscommunication with the publicists, so ultimately she did pass on DCI. It was a urinary tract infection that turned into a bigger infection, and she had had some problems were told with hepatitis before, which is why that turned into Was such a bad infection on that. She died last night. Oh, my goodness, Known for her role in a view to kill, And she was also on that seventies show, too. She was she and that's where I think you know, most people might know her from at least recently. She started in Charlie's Angels in the last season of Charlie's Angels in 1980. That's when she got her big break. She came in and was on that and then eventually went onto a view to a kill in 1985 on various other things. I mean, a bunch of different things, and then that seventies show was they think one of the most recent things that people might know her from Late night Talk show hosts making a change recently because of the change in the surgeon. Coronavirus cases. Yes. Oh, those coronavirus cases in Los Angeles. I mean, it's just out of control in California, Los Angeles, especially And so production was being halted in many different TV and film sets and things like that, and the host, which had come back, they were in studio in New York and Los Angeles. And then now because of this production pause, and Serge, Jimmy Kimmel and James Corden, they went back to their homes. They're back in their basements or wherever they've been filming their shows from Previously they have to go back because it's just not safe to be in the studio and to be around a lot of people. And then we got the news today that the Grammys air being postponed that they were supposed to go on January 31st. Because of the hospital's being overrun and just, you know, it's just not the time to have an award show like that. So it's almost like we're back in March, where things air are rolling back to that we're seeing, you know, lots of things canceled. Lots of things, paused. It's just really not a great time. ABC is Jason Nathan's and thank you, Jason. Take care. Time for the update Now on our Komal propel insurance Money news Rob Smith is it Seattle Business magazine. Seattle's popular homegrown sustainable sandwiches, has purchased Pike Place Market Tour Company for an undisclosed.

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05:04 min | 2 years ago

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"Races planning to fight President elect Joe Biden's victory, Kelly Leffler revealed she will object to the tally of the Electoral College College results on Wednesday, an Amber alert still issued for a 15 year old Yakama girl. Police believe she's in the company of a 36 year old man. Last seen driving a black 2001 Ford F 1 50. The Arizona license plate is B. Why are 6 to 57? Washington State is still in phase one. A of the covert 19 vaccination, rollout, health care workers and those in long term care facilities are eligible for the shots. Later this week. We should learn who else can get in line for the first doses. The nation why the expansion of the vaccination process is causing some serious headaches and co most Taylor van sizes more with Britney Shamus from The Washington Post. The image at the top of your report is pretty stunning, and it looks like something you would see on black Friday. You know, people bundled up in lawn chairs on a sidewalk, but what's happening there? Yeah. You know, some of the counties in Florida decided to make the vaccine available on a first come first served basis, and people actually lined up and brought chairs and blankets and camped out like you mentioned, Um as if it was black Friday or a big concert actually use some tonight. Outside of those places where the vaccine was being distributed, So it's it's essentially first come first serve for for an age group that doesn't necessarily do so well with, you know, just standing or sitting on the sidewalk for hours at a time, right? Yeah, and you know, and it is mostly seniors that are out there waiting. So I think there was some concern about that. You know the fact that there Bundling up spending the night overnight. So in Florida, and I understand nationwide, it's kind of you know, County by county state by state on how all of this runs out. But is there not guidance from the CDC, FDA Operation works Peter or any other agency on how to schedule the vaccine roll out so you don't run into these, You know black Friday type lines from what I understand they gave guidance on who should receive priority in getting the vaccine, But they kind of left the distribution up to the states and the counties to handle. So the states would say these are the places that should get, um don't says, And then it essentially was left to those places. You know the counties and the hospitals. See, you know, health systems, too. Kind of caught up with their own plan on how to actually get it out to people and I've seen on Twitter people, at least in the UK they post screenshots of the text message they get from their health agency and like a like a restaurant reservation, you know, here's your time. Tell us if you can't make it, But what's the strategy here in the states? And what what kind of resource is do? We all need to be plugged into before we actually Get a chance to get our shot, so it really comes down to where you live. There's been a huge range in how this information is being communicated. There are, you know places where the health Department is kind of listing information and sign up sheets on Facebook. Sometimes without a lot of events notice going out about that. There are places that are doing kind of what you talked about where you can get onto a list and get a text message that tells you where to go. When you go. That's something that I think New Mexico is doing. But in other places they haven't said how they're going to do this once they expand the vaccine beyond you know, first priority health care workers so It's almost a matter of calling your local health department in trying to figure out what their plans are. And the expansion is coming. You know, like we were talking about is it getting better? You know is the production there is are. The resource is going to eventually catch up or is this is this Ah train wreck that we're about to watch? You know, I think that question. I think the hope is certainly that things are going to kind of get ironed out as a Zoe go along here, but there is an element of time that's really important and So the federal government is assuring people that this is going to start going more smoothly that you know they're going to offer support and resource is two states. Um and I think at the state level and at the local level you're seeing people saying, you know, I have patients. We're gonna We're gonna sort this out, but it's important that that happens soon here. British Sam is with us on coma news and you could read Oliver coverage online at Washington post dot com. Britney. Thank you very much for your time today. Thank you. And that's cool. Most Taylor van sized bringing us to 6 20 Jim Tesco, Now with your Komal propel insurance money updates came back a bit from their worst levels of the day. But stock still and the first session of the year broadly and sharply lower thean vexes, all sliding at least one and a quarter percent. Law. It was a loss of 382 points. In the case of the Dow Jones industrials, the S and P 500 fell 55, while the NASDAQ composite dropped 190 leading blue chips lower. Boeing shares slid 5.3% while Coca Cola dropped 3.8%. Both those socks were downgraded by analysts. US. Oil prices retreated today. February crude slid 90 cents, or 1.9%. Settle it. 47 60 to a barrel. That's your money..

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