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"Is Bloomberg radio. Now a global news update. An abortion ban that dates back to 1901 even before Arizona became a state is now in effect in the state. Brad Siegel has more. On Friday, a judge lifted an injunction on the state's territory era law, which bans abortions even in cases of rape or incest. Now, abortions will only be offered if the mother's life is in danger. Following the ruling, gubernatorial candidate Katie Hobbs released a statement calling the law draconian and said not having exemptions for rape or incest will have dire consequences on women's health. Attorney general Mark brnovich tweeted out, we applaud the court for upholding the will of the legislature and providing clarity and uniformity on this important issue. I'm Brad Siegel. The White House is condemning the ruling, press secretary karine Jean Pierre called the potential consequences catastrophic dangerous and unacceptable in a weekend statement she said the ruling will set women in the state back more than a century. Federal intelligence officials are continuing their review of top secret documents seized from former president Trump's Florida home, a spokesperson for the director of national intelligence, says the focus will be to determine national security implications if sensitive documents were improperly stored. Efforts by federal officials to comb through the documents had previously been halted by a federal judge. A New York City judge says Rudy Giuliani is in contempt of court and could be arrested if he doesn't make a payment to his ex-wife. Judith Giuliani says the 78 year old former mayor owes her $225,000. He says he only owes her about 50,000. A boy who was seriously injured during a mass shooting at a 4th of July parade and highland park Illinois is now home. 8 year old Cooper Roberts suffered a broken vertebra severe spinal cord injury and paralysis from being shot. He spent several months at a rehab facility, a GoFundMe page set up for Robert's medical and financial needs, has raised $2 million so far. NASA is putting Tuesday's scheduled launch of its Artemis one mission on hold as Florida braces for tropical storm Ian, it's the third time the launch for the unmanned moon mission has been delayed following technical issues in late August and early September. I'm Chris. James Earl Jones is retiring from Star Wars after 45 years of voicing Darth Vader, Jones announced he's officially signed his voice rights over to LucasFilm. Now sound editors will use archival recordings and an AI program to create new dialog with his iconic voice. This method has already been used in the Star Wars franchise to recreate the voice of a young Luke Skywalker and to mimic Darth Vader's voice in the new show Obi-Wan Kenobi. Jones has given his blessing for LucasFilm to use his signature voice in future Star Wars content, even those made after his own passing. Taylor Swift is denying rumors that she's performing at this year's Super Bowl halftime show. Brian shook has more. Rumors were flying on social media that swift would be performing at the show after fans thought the NFL was hinting at her being this year's big performer. The singer released this statement on Friday confirming she was asked to perform at Super Bowl 56 but turned down the offer to focus on her music. Swift said she's open to the idea in the future, but the timing of this year's game wouldn't work with her recording schedule. I'm Brian shook. Sylvester Stallone and Jennifer flavin are deciding to halt their divorce after 25 years of marriage, for even filed for divorce this August, claiming Stallone purposefully engaged in intentional dissipation, depletion and or waste of marital assets. The actor denied those allegations and is representative announced on Friday that the couple was able to talk through their differences and are going to try again, Stallone did previously admit his purchase of a new pet rottweiler caused tea and flavin to butt heads, but denied rumors that the dog was the reason for the divorce filing. The mega millions jackpot keeps getting bigger, a lot of the officials say no one picked all 6 numbers in last night's drawing. That means Tuesday's jackpot in the multi state lottery game will be worth 325 million. Friday's numbers were 5, 50, 53, 58, 64, and the mega number was 22. And in music history news on this date back in 1957, Elvis Presley released the single jailhouse rock. The film clip from the movie where he sang the song is considered by many historians to be the first rock video. I'm Chris. And I've Denise Pellegrini in the Bloomberg newsroom. We'll see if stocks could regain some ground going into the new trading week. Worries about interest rate hikes and inflation triggering this past week sell off. And one place here not seeing much inflation these days. Is the used car lot. Brian moody is executive editor at Kelley blue book. He says it's all about supply and demand right now. There just are more used cars available. Meantime, why AA CEO's chefs that says all this is putting buyers in the driver's seat on these used car transactions. Wholesale used car prices have declined a lot and by a lot, I mean double digits in the past three months. Ultimately, that has led to an incredible opportunity for retail customers, mu and me to go negotiate card deals. And a full on U.S. recession would trigger an even bigger drop in used vehicle prices. New York City preparing for its first ever sale of bonds explicitly earmarked to tackle social issues. More on that from Bloomberg's Larry kowalski. Denise, a $1.4 billion bond sale planned for next month includes $400 million to address the city's deepening housing crisis. The mayor's office says the proceeds are expected to finance more than 3000 affordable housing units. The remaining $950 million will be used for general capital purposes. Denise, thank you, Larry, security being beefed up at New York City's synagogues for the high holidays. The NYPD says there will also be additional security that you don't see. A New York Republican gubernatorial candidate Lee zeldin sees a road to victory through Brooklyn. He's the underdog in the race against incumbent Democrat Kathy hochul. But The New York Times says Zelda was treated like a rockstar