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New York City Movie Theaters Can Reopen At 25% Capacity On March 5th
"But more and more the economic spigot is opening in New York. Starting tomorrow, fans will be allowed at sporting events in the city, and there's more entertainment on the way. WCBS reporter Peter Haskell spoke with Linda Lopez on the afternoon. Round up. So Peter what's the latest from Governor Cuomo? Well, you know, it's great to be able to watch to move here to home on, you know when you jammies, which your feet up, but movie theaters reopening, that'll happen more stiff. Theaters can open in 25% capacity 50 people per screen. There will be assigned seats. You want to wear masks when you're not eating, drinking, and there will be social distancing if you play pool pool halls world's opening March 5th. Limited capacity. There is well and for winning the halls. The capacity is increasing as a march 15th that, um, he had 50% 150. People maximum and testing will be required. And
Robinhood Users Are Furious Over Its Stock-Trading Clampdown
"Into important issues in our community with Linda Lopez. It has been a wild week on Wall Street fury was ignited among novice investors after the online brokerage firm Robin Hood blocks traders from buying shares of game stop. Robin Hood said it was necessary to comply with SEC capital requirements and other brokerage firms like TD. Ameritrade and Schwab also restricted trading to mitigate risk, they said. Why did they take all those steps Will stock of the bankrupt video game retailer Gamestop soared more than 900% from the start of the year after Reddit users pushed the stock higher and response to hedge funds betting against the stock? Hedge fund managers that had been betting against Gamestop short selling the stock were forced to close out their positions to stop the bleeding from their infinite losses. Some of them sold well performing investments to cover their losses. Which could impact the overall Sark stock market, where many retirement accounts are invested well today, shares of Gamestop jumped 68%,
New York City set to run out of COVID-19 vaccine within days, Mayor de Blasio says
"Appointments to get a covert vaccine shot. From Thursday, T o Tuesday at the earliest in New York City. Yeah, You may want to call ahead before going because, well, WCBS reporter Rhys Lamb will fill us fill in the blanks of what Mayor Bill De Blasio had to say about this. He was talking about it. With Linda Lopez on the afternoon round up rich. The mayor is saying the city has only a couple of days of doses left. That's right. Linda, the mayor declared his exact words. Now at the rate we're going, we will begin to run out on this Thursday, two days from now, and we'll have literally nothing left to give as of Friday. De Blasio indicated there's no immediate help incite, telling reporters that on the current schedule, New York will not be resupplied again until next Tuesday. That means many city sights would have to stop vaccinations until the day after the coming delivery. So next Wednesday, the mayor called that Crazy. So rich. What are the numbers that the city has managed so far? Well, Linda, the mayor said the city will surpass 500,000 doses. A half million administered. That number will be reached late today or early tomorrow. That since the vaccines first arrived now the plan had been to do another 300,000 doses this week. But that's looking a lot less likely at the moment, but with the Biden administration having committed to delivering 100 million doses and its 1st 100 days The mayor expressed hope that the new administration is going to fix a lot of this, But he cautioned there just going going in the office. And of course, it's going to take time.
"linda lopez" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Our Kevin ring cone spoke with Linda Lopez about this on the afternoon roundup schools are still closed so what's changed Kevin that's right Linda the biggest changes the ongoing progress in the fight against Kobe nineteen hospitalizations are down number of new cases does continue to go down the daily death rate has been going down considerably as well from its peak and that's been the trend for a while we've been talking a lot about that so because of those health indicators the governor says they feel confident and comfortable at this point being able to safely have graduation ceremonies outside starting July six things can change between now and then so he says CBA on how many people will be allowed to actually show up to the ceremonies but it's better than nothing and expect to see plenty of stepped up safety measures including of course social distancing the governor also talked about professional sports teams returning is there a time line on that return today the governor essentially welcome back protein saying they're free to not only practice in New Jersey but also to compete to go ahead and play depending on what the league's decide that's not to say expect packed stadiums or anything like that but it does get us a step closer to seeing sports continue again here in New Jersey he also talked about staying in touch with youth did programs and youth leagues about when they might potentially restart well on another topic the health commissioner brought up some concerns around child vaccines what is she sounding the alarm on so the health commissioner Judy personality says because of the stay at home orders what the state is seeing right now is a dramatic drop in the number of kids getting vaccines kids two and younger in the months of March and April they saw forty percent drop in vaccinations among that group of that subset of kids two and younger forty percent drop compared to last year to an older the drop is closer to sixty percent these are vaccines for things like a whooping cough measles the mumps so we hear a lot of talk about a vaccine for Kobe nineteen in the research that's going into that but the message today from the health commissioner it is a really don't forget about the stuff we already have a vaccine for she even suggested health care providers get creative and do things like curbside vaccines.
"linda lopez" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Good afternoon I'm Linda Lopez three things to know with five fifteen one another two point nine million workers filed for jobless claims last week so far more than thirty six million jobs have been lost over two months because of the corona virus shut down to Dr Rick bright the federal whistleblower who says his warnings about the corona virus went unheeded and claims he was reassigned from his government job for warning against widespread use of hydroxy color Quinn testified before Congress today president trump called bright a disgruntled employee today and three Jersey Shore beaches will be open for Memorial Day weekend governor Murphy announced but sixty to separation among beach goers will be required except for a family or household members or couples there will be no longer than six George large crowds like fireworks no rides and restaurants on board box will be take out and delivery only well it was a facemask or rest gone awry in Brooklyn a woman is under arrest for striking a police officer in a scuffle that erupted over her improperly worn face covering Kolyma Rosier is charged with resisting arrest and disorderly conduct her arrest yesterday was captured on video Rosier with her mask down around her neck is with her young child and is seen and heard arguing with police at the Atlantic Avenue Barclays center station cops move to give her the boot from the transit system and that's when things turned ugly Rosier is forced to the ground and she's seen on the video slapping an officer's hand away mayor de Blasio says face masks aren't optional but no one says the mayor wants to see an interaction turn into this I want the day to come when there are no such videos when people can really have faith in each other and that's what we will strive for and we will work on that every single day mayor de Blasio during his press conference this morning well as parts of New York state start to reopen as soon as tomorrow some of the businesses on Long Island that are not considered essential want that changed here's ABCS of y'all that's a county executive Laura Curran says she speaks to members of the economic Advisory Council they give advice on how to reopen safely one item they are currently talking about moving some businesses into the essential column residential construction is one of them medically necessary elective care and surgery is another one but we're finding a lot of our hospitals are having a hard time getting people in to get routine screenings to get certain kinds of surgeries that they need and a private gardens like gardens at old Westbury she says parks are currently open so private gardens with large open spaces should also be considered essential so be all WCBS newsradio eight eighty W. CBS news time is five eighteen traffic and weather together on the asus sponsored by DuckDuckGo privacy we head over to Tom Kaminski and whether we have some trouble on the beach you in a couple of spots now southbound side right around maker Morgan a collision the left lane is blocked we've got some fire department activity in the left and center lanes on the northbound side and then a little bit farther up the line at around northern Boulevard we have a stall in one lane closed the FDR drive southbound sixty third street we have a crash New England Thruway south bound at exit seventeen in large minor collision one lane is closed the northbound side looks good and in fact the north bound wing went for way is much preferred over the Hutch for a couple reasons we have the Hutchinson river drawbridge open in the in the opposition for some marine traffic to pass through and then farther up the line in the area of east Lincoln Avenue we had a tractor trailer collision that has now just been cleared at least to the shoulder so Lisa traveling there have been re opened but again the New England for ways can be much better for you garden state parkway a mess now from one forty eight right down for one forty five now we have the at the very least a two left lanes blocked there the repaving project is now underway on the southbound side again delays from at least Bloomfield at one forty eight I'm Tom Kaminski in the W. CBS traffic center.
"linda lopez" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Good evening I'm Linda Lopez three things to know what's in forty five one the latest testing indicates one in four people in New York City now has corona virus antibodies governor Cuomo announced he also said he spoke to president trump this morning about maintaining temporary hospitals in four locations around New York City in case of the second wave of code nineteen and flu season to New York state has canceled its presidential primary set for June twenty third infuriating Bernie Sanders campaign a lawyer for the Sanders campaign sent a letter yesterday asking the commissioner of the state's board of elections not to cancel the primary national and state level primaries are still on and three some changes announced today for people living in the city and west Chester W. CBS reporter Matt Rosenberg joins us on this story no matter the Bloody announced a new plan to close down some city streets the plan he wasn't so keen on in the past what are some of the details yeah that's right Linda so the goal here is to promote social didn't thing and governor Cuomo said today that telling people they can take a walk in New York City but have to maintain social distancing is almost an oxymoron this plan calls for forty miles of open street to be clear and that includes a sidewalk expansion and more bike lanes this is going to focus largely on areas near parks and perhaps the take the load off the parks themselves and what we saw just this past weekend with the nice weather I just count pack natural park was that one element give does the other priority will be neighborhoods were called at nineteen it spread faster than others so it's not necessarily neighborhoods that are normally crowded just areas where you want to allow people the most space so the first forty miles you'll see happen in the next month the goal is one hundred miles over the duration of a pandemic well how is this plan different from the safe streets pilot program we saw at the beginning of the pandemic yeah the pilot program only focused on four streets per day lasting from March twenty seventh to April sixteenth the two main issues there were first a lack of utilization people just we're not going to the street you know maybe perhaps because it was still early on the pandemic that sense of just how valuable something like that might be what's not fully realized yet and then it was unfortunate so the city felt like because the space wasn't being utilized you know why waste the manpower this time around the city council and mayor of collaborative they've come up with a plan that HA utilizes safety enforcement and also giving people and in Westchester we understand there are some relief for homeowners yeah this falls in line with governor Cuomo's executive order which gives counties the right to extend the deadline to July fifteenth for property taxes and that's what Westchester is done for those impacted by Kobe nineteen these doctors were due this coming Thursday so to qualify you have to be able to claim an economic hardship due to the pandemic I'm not gonna wait late fees and give you the new deadline of July fifteenth cat executive George Latimer says that this is going to get people to businesses out people and business excuse me the time to start collecting pandemic related benefits so that they'll be able to make those payments starting in July fifteenth but those who cannot claim an economic hardship the legislature is working on being able to lower late fees went.
"linda lopez" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"And fifty two degrees good morning I'm Linda Lopez more than just the headline this is WCBS newsradio eight it's ten o'clock B. C. B. S. news on the hour your home for original reporting I'm Peter king on Wall Street the predictors have been there all morning long and a half hour after the opening bell in early trading and the day after historic losses Wall Street is rebounding CBS news business analyst Jill Slazenger U. S. stocks opening sharply higher as hopes for a package of relief measures for the economy start to emerge investors are seeking as much detail as possible that would do a lot to calm the nerves right now the Dow is up nearly five hundred fifty points the nasdaq up about two thirty weeks ago president trump said there were tests available for everyone while wasn't true back then there appears to be progress in making that happen years White House correspondent Steven Portnoy administrations now trying to demonstrate its cutting red tape it's offering grants to fund the development of new rapid tests the CDC's corona virus test can only be conducted and approved labs with specialized equipment Dr Anthony Fauci tells CBS news we had a task force meeting yesterday and we heard that the kinds of tests from the commercial sector that would be available readily available is really very very close right now but U. S. officials still struggle to explain why America has lagged behind other countries with far more robust testing capabilities Steven Portnoy a CBS news Washington house speaker Nancy Pelosi says Congress is very close to a deal for a corona virus aid package Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is canceled the Senate's planned break for next week Washington DC is shutting down its public schools after today it joins Maryland Michigan Oregon New Mexico and Ohio Ohio governor Mike DeWine children the state will have an extended spring break hello spring break will be of duration of three weeks and we will review it at the end of that while we know a lot about the corona virus issues in many countries that's not the case for places like North Korea I'm Cammie McCormick at the Pentagon North Korea has not confirmed any coronavirus cases but it has been taking major steps to prevent it including militarily as one example they didn't fly an airplane for twenty four days general Robert Abrams is the commander of US forces in South Korea their armed forces has been fundamentally been on lockdown for about thirty days and only recently have they started routine training again North Korea also stepped up border checks the Greek Olympic committee is suspended the rest of its torch relay this morning because of the unexpectedly large crowds gather to watch despite repeated requests for people to stay away to prevent the spread of the corona virus updating Wall Street the Dow was up six hundred twenty four points this is CBS news you.
"linda lopez" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Good afternoon I'm Linda Lopez three things to know at twelve fifteen one Westchester county confirms eleven new cases of corona virus bringing the total in the state to twenty four twenty one in Westchester three in New York City two senator Elizabeth Warren has dropped out of the democratic presidential race after a poor showing on super Tuesday and three do that that's a clip from the documentary crescendo the power of music by Jamie Bernstein Jamie what did the documentary on L. C. stamina system a teaching music that creates youth orchestras to muse music as a vehicle for social change L. C. setma is what's used at the Paterson music project and the organization that created that project which teaches instruments to Paterson students is honoring Jamie at the West Side Story in Paterson gala this Friday Jamie is the daughter of Leonard Bernstein so the West Side Story connection is especially meaningful yeah Jamie you did a documentary on the system that teaches music to kids in neighborhoods who lack music education why is that important to you well I just couldn't possibly be more important to me to house music be available to everybody everybody benefits from sharing music and learning how to communicate and get along and listen empathize everybody benefits from that but it's especially meaningful in communities where there are many challenges and you know that resources are not available to one and all so in those communities are having this experience after school of sharing music with your peers it is valuable now the gala it's also an homage to West Side Story what was your reaction when you learned that was the theme well I was delighted of course of West Side Story was did you know the most famous work of my dad and he wrote it when I was very young I think I was five when it opened on Broadway so basically my brother sister and I have never known life without what kind to it as our fortune billing it it's just been so much a part of our lives and continues to be hello I am delighted that Patterson has decided to celebrate westside story with us yeah it's impactful to so many people for so many years West Side Story was like gospel in my family it was our family's best love movie and musical and Steven Spielberg's new West Side Story film was just shot in Paterson so when we think of another location yes No when you think about that and you see what a lasting impact it's had what's your reaction well the thing about westside story of course is that the show was based on Romeo and Juliet Shakespeare's play so it's about love trying to rise above hatred and westside story added all these extra elements here of the other and immigration and racism and so you know let's face it there is nothing about West Side Story that's going out of date speaks urgently to us today as it ever has if not or and so it's probably not a coincidence that there's going to be this movie remake by Steven Spielberg and there's a Broadway revival going on right now in New York City westside story really speaks to one and all for more info on the gallon which Jamie Bernstein is being honored or to support the Paterson music project you can go to Wharton arts gala dot org W. CBS news time is eleven rather twelve eighteen time for traffic.
"linda lopez" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Good morning I'm Linda Lopez three things to know what eleven fifteen one governor Cuomo says the Manhattan woman who tested positive for corona virus is a healthcare worker who returned to New York last Tuesday from Iran officials don't believe she was contagious at the time but passengers on her plane and the driver who took her home are being contacted as a precaution to the governor also announced new procedures for cleaning schools and school buses to prevent the spread of the virus three the state is working to have the capacity to conduct a thousand tests a day just a week from now and it is a Manhattan woman who is new York's first confirmed case of corona virus here's what we know from WCBS reporter Sean Adams given the interconnectedness of the modern world officials warned it was inevitable the coronavirus would eventually arrive to New York a couple recently returned from Iran the epicenter of the corona virus outbreak in the Middle East a woman in her late thirties has tested positive on CBS this morning governor Cuomo said she is a health care worker who proactively put herself in isolation I don't think there's anything extraordinary in this case of anything because she was a health care worker she she knew to take precautions herself which was fortunate her respiratory symptoms are not serious she is isolated at home here in Manhattan New York City health officials have identified people who might have had contact with this couple meanwhile more travel changes delta and American Airlines have temporarily scrapped flights between JFK in Milan due to the corona virus outbreak in Italy in mid town Sean Adams WCBS newsradio eighty a federal ruling will require rile wireless companies to get a permit before they put up many towers in the town of Oyster Bay it's a victory for residents who have been complaining about it W. CBS reporter Sophia hall has a story town of Oyster Bay supervisor Joseph Saladino says he has been fighting the placement of many cell phone towers for years after many residents complained that towers over night were installed in front of their homes and they worried about the health of their families and their property values but now a federal judge has ruled that companies must first receive permits before installing the towers it's a win for the town says Saladino careful as to where they're allowed and it was a major push back for our rights across the board we have the right to protect the safety of our residents and with this decision from the courts once again our town and its residents have wanted to be a whole WCBS newsradio eight eighty W. CBS news time is eleven eighteen it's time for traffic and weather together on the aids over to the traffic center first here's Jim Feldman thanks Linda over to the Allentown upper level of the George Washington bridge by the Jersey tower still clearing that crash it looks like up to three lanes are now blocked it is only that far left lane that looks to be opened and it is causing a mass right now with the lease back to around White Plains road on the westbound cross Bronx you got police also on the north and south bound side of the Deegan also northbound Harlem river drive in that ran from the north that Henry house and all of that starting to slow down all because of this crash by the Jersey tower a couple of problems in Brooklyn on the P. Q. we in both directions north then you've got a disabled vehicle just past Atlantic Avenue south bound by cabin plaza there's a broken down vehicle there and it is the right lane that is shot with that this report is sponsored by indeed to New Jersey watch for slow down to the south bound palisades parkway you've got construction right after exit twelve three and same on the northbound side of two eighty seven by exit thirty three there's construction there as well and two lanes are still blocked in Armonk southbound side of six eighty four south of exit three because of a crash right and left lanes are both blocked used by over three million businesses for hiring where business owners and HR professionals can post job openings with screener questions then sort review and communicate with candidates from an online dashboard learn more at indeed dot com slash higher extravagant but less than ten minutes away and all the CBS let's.
"linda lopez" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"B. S. good morning I'm Linda Lopez three things to know within forty five one the corona virus continues to worry Wall Street stocks opened sharply lower dropping ten percent from their peak just six days ago to Bellevue hospital says it has all the facemask Sydney's despite a daily beast report that the number of masks did five hundred over one day and three it's not just corona virus that's beginning to spread rapidly around the world misinformation about the disease and how to help prevent it is also spreading Jevon west is the director of the center for an informed public at the university of Washington and he teaches a course called calling B. S. data reasoning in the digital world seven thanks so much for joining us so people are anxious about this they're seeking out information and when something explodes into the media like this does that leave us all more vulnerable to misinformation yeah I actually do think that it does leave us a little bit more vulnerable and that's because we want up to date information we want it after the second and that's when purveyors of misinformation are really on the hunt they're out there you know spreading rumors to make money they're out there to spread propaganda they're out there because some people think they actually do genuinely have the answer and it's during crisis events like this coronavirus outbreak that we are more susceptible to that sort of thing around corona virus what kind of misinformation are you saying what's the most concerning we're seeing just from first glance is there's rumors everywhere there's of course lots of rumors around the origin of this particular infectious disease there's of course more of the most famous ones is that it came out of on biology lab many scientists around the world not just in China have been bounced back to claim I think it's a very dangerous claim as well there's lots and lots of rumors about how to treat it if you get corona virus like drinking bleach short some new elixir that someone struggling some vitamins really be aware of those kinds of things like that but the magical sticks and the sort of origin of this particular Mister infectious disease but it is there's rumors everywhere about anything because during this during crisis events you his knowledge vacuums and that's when all the all those that you know have some crazy rumors G. L. G. I just sort of jump in and try to provide answers so be aware what's the best way to spot misinformation what's your best best advice for knowing something's not credible well I think first of all it's times like this that we need to rely on those institutions that have many many people working on Nash around the clock and that's places like the World Health Organization CDC and terms of things that you see online if you see something that sounds a little suspicious you usually you're right about that if it sounds too bad to be true or too good to be true if it invokes like an emotional response are you know a real fear I think those are the kinds of tweets to be aware of I would say another piece of advice is just to slow.
"linda lopez" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Is Linda Lopez has the story just back from Puerto Rico where he saw homes destroyed children going to school intense some missing school entirely senator Blumenthal said if children were going to school intense even and part of Connecticut there would be a national outcry he's calling for a bold rebuilding initiative a next generation Marshall Plan for Porter Rico that will not repair the old but rebuild new rebuild the schools so that they are centers of excellence rebuild the healthcare facilities so that there is no question about their structural integrity rebuild housing on the island so that the next earthquake or hurricane or other natural disaster spares them rebuild power lance Blumenthal is also calling for the funds that were already allocated by Congress supporter Rico to be released he says the trump administration has released only a fraction of them to the islands Linda Lopez WCBS newsradio eighty eighty W. CBS news time five twenty two dition digital brought to you by B. NH new York's ultimate camera superstore uber lift another ride sharing apps have some new competition it's called mile that's miles spelled with a Y. and it just launched here in all five boroughs with plans to eventually branch out to Long Island mile is trying to distinguish itself from the others with the promise of no surge pricing and no hidden fees there's also no cancellation fee unless the drivers already arrived at the pick up location and the company says its fares are about ten percent lower than uber and lift miles says it signed up more than five thousand drivers the.
"linda lopez" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Noon I'm Linda Lopez three things you know twelve fifteen one jury deliberations are now under way and the Harvey Weinstein rape trial the judge laid out detailed definitions of each charge and the burden of the prosecution needs to meet to president trump wants all cases stemming from the Robert Muller Russian investigation to be thrown out that includes the case against long time friend Roger stone but his tweets didn't sway judge Amy Berman Jackson she says she will not delay sentencing for stone that's scheduled to happen Thursday morning three former mayor Michael Bloomberg is second in a new national poll that qualifies him for tomorrow night's democratic presidential debate his first ahead of the Nevada caucus Sussex county New Jersey is now on overdose alert with eleven opioid deaths recorded just last month demi CBS reporter Kristi cliche and has the story with eleven overdose deaths reported in Sussex county in January compared to just four deaths reported in December that's a one hundred seventy five percent increase state police say has taking place in a county that has already seen an increase in the use of the life saving drugs no walks own or nor can nor can which is used in emergency situations to reverse an overdose is supported by state police have been used fifty percent more in Sussex county from December to January and use nine percent more in the county from two thousand nineteen to twenty twenty already the police are also spreading the word that nor can is available at certain pharmacies without a prescription critically Shian WCBS newsradio eighty the sand island DA's office is putting together a police witness exclusion lists a database of NYPD officers will not be allowed to testify in court that's according to a report by the Gothamist the Brooklyn DA's office says it has a similar list while the Manhattan D. A. says it won't call certain officers to testify but wouldn't say if it had a formalist eleven people were sickened by carbon monoxide in the Bronx last night for EMS workers and seven residents including a mother and her two kids the mother said she didn't know anything was wrong until firefighters knocked at her door this is FDNY deputy chief Michael gunning the initial call was for EMS.
"linda lopez" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"ABC news I'm Linda Lopez in London a stabbing attack earlier today near London Bridge left several people seriously injured and the suspect dead the suspect was shot by police on the bridge missed Metropolitan Police assistant commissioner Neal bass says the man appeared to have an explosives strapped to his body but it turned out to be a hoax explosive vests due to the nature of the incident we responded as though this was terrorist related I'm not in a position to confirm that it has been declared a terrorist incident the White House says the president is aware of what happened in London the White House says president trump was briefed on the attack at London Bridge Friday and he's monitoring the situation the statement came as the president spent time at his golf club outside Palm Beach Florida the president travels to London on Monday for two days of meetings with the leaders of NATO countries White House spokesman Jay dear said in a statement the U. S. strongly condemns all horrific acts of violence on innocent people and said the U. S. stands with its ally the United Kingdom Karen Travers ABC news Washington the evacuation order has been lifted for the area around port Neches Texas were two explosions at a chemical plant injured three workers but some restrictions are still in place county has been placed the Federal Aviation Administration a temporary flight restrictions for a two mile radius judge Jeff ran ahead of Jefferson County emergency services well many people were out early today in search of those Black Friday deals ABC's Erin to Turkey says one group made it a family affair three sisters bundled in sweatshirts and clutching coffee huddled together waiting in line for target to open I'm saddened because I have nine nieces and nephews and six sisters is it a tradition for you to come out on Black Friday or so this is my first time doing Black Friday really yeah.
"linda lopez" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"From ABC news I'm Linda Lopez the public impeachment hearings have resumed on Capitol Hill to state department officials David Hale and Laura Cooper or answering lawmakers' questions tonight this after Gordon Sunland ambassador to the E. you testified earlier that there was a quid pro quo president trump is accused of withholding military aid to Ukraine to pressure that country's president into investigating the Biden on willing to take the fall ambassador Gordon Sunland testified everyone was in the loop about Ukraine policy that he said was directed by Rudy guiliani and reflected president trump's desires and requirements including secretary of state my palm pale state department was fully supportive of our engagement in Ukraine efforts and was aware that a commitment to investigations was among the issues we were pursuing someone said it wasn't robe diplomacy rather he said his efforts were reported and approved Erin catcher ski ABC news Republicans are saying there is no direct evidence of a quid pro quo but house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff call someone's testimony a seminal moment in the investigation leaving Washington and the impeachment behind president trump traveled to Texas today to to our manufacturing plant that produces the latest generation of apple's mac pro computers from hoping to highlight job growth in that state ahead of the twenty twenty election ten democratic presidential hopefuls take the stage in Atlanta in just a few hours for the fifth democratic debate the front runner maybe taking hits from all sides of previously that's been former vice president Joe Biden and senator Elizabeth Warren this time it could be mayor Pete booted judge he has really rocketed up the polls in recent weeks and in recent days even in Iowa and New Hampshire simple to show him as a front runner with even a double digit lead ABC's Trevor all to a suburban Chicago fourteen year old is facing hate crime charges for allegedly posting a picture on Craig's list of an African American classmate with the caption slave for sale authorities say the use is serving a school suspension you are listening.
"linda lopez" Discussed on WTVN
"News I'm Linda Lopez Democrats and Republicans are sparring over the impeachment inquiry just ahead of week two of the public hearings on this week with George Stephanopoulos democratic congressman Sean Patrick Maloney challenge Republican Chris Stewart who said he had not seen any direct evidence implicating the president my friend Chris Stewart needs more direct evidence then Chris will you join me in calling on the state department to produce the mountain of evidence emails notes call records calendar entries they could produce that tomorrow our committee has subpoenaed them will you join me in calling on the state department to produce the other you bet because I don't think there's anything there at all that that is can implicate the president he witnesses testified this week including George Donlin who witnesses they played a central role in president trump's effort to push Ukraine into investigating political rivals in order to receive military aid pro democracy protests turned to chaos Sunday in Hong Kong police launched tear gas in an operation to flush out protesters who barricaded themselves inside a university protesters have set fires on bridges and thrown breaks arrows and gas bombs A. B. C.'s in panel at the scene well it was one of the what is the bush would again no the pro democracy protests are now in their six month former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg apologize today for not reducing the controversial number of stop and frisk by police when he was mayor code and.
Beto O’Rourke is dropping out of the presidential race
"Another democratic presidential candidate dropping out of the twenty twenty race democratic presidential candidate Beto o'rourke is dropping out of the presidential race he tweeted the announcement just moments ago over works as a service to the country will not be as candidate or nominee again that'll Rourke dropping out of the presidential race I'm Linda Lopez
Democrat Beto O'Rourke ends 2020 White House bid
"Another democratic presidential hopeful pulls the plug on their campaign and this time it's a pretty big this is a special report from ABC news democratic presidential candidate Beto o'rourke is dropping out of the presidential race he tweeted the announcement just moments ago over works as a service to the country will not be as candidate or nominee again that'll Rourke dropping out of the presidential race I'm Linda Lopez
196,000 jobs added in latest report from the Fed
"Paul lenghty of economic news to kick around from big time jobs numbers today to the president's ongoing criticism of the fed and his shall we say idiosyncratic nominations to that body. Let's do it over with Linda Lopez from business insider and Dion rebellion markets editor at axios. Hi there. Hey. Let's start. I think before we dive into this fed situation. Let's start with the jobs numbers broadly. I guess more of the same especially in terms of wages Dion. I'm gonna start with you, food and housing still cost a lot. So at what point to these stuck wages really start to hurt the economy? That's a really good question because they have actually moving in the right direction. But now, they're kind of stuck in might be moving back down the thing about this jobs report today was it didn't really tell us anything new about the economy. Everything was kind of on trend along the same trend that we've been going on really since the end of the recession in the beginning of the recovery in two thousand nine so you got back to one hundred ninety six thousand jobs added that's about along trend that we've seen really for the past nine ten years wage growth kind of moving back towards its trend. And we're really this is just kind of return to the normal that we've seen over the past ten years. So didn't really tell us anything new about the economy, except, you know, the new boss same as the old boss, right and Lynette our reporters say three point two percent is okay. As far as wage growth goes. But we'd need three point five percent. Two four for a sustained period for workers to gain back this ground and getting to the fed. It seems like that wouldn't be that likely if inflation hawks start saying it's time to raise interest. Rates that fair that's fair. But here's the thing. I'm one of those people who believes that the American worker hasn't really gotten a sufficient raised since the nineteen sixties. So when I look at these three point two numbers four percent numbers. It compares to, you know, compare. It does not compare to you know, the lack of ground that the American worker has has has not made. I mean, the American workers purchasing power has basically stayed steady for the last forty years. And this is why we've seen such massive inequality. So when I see a report like this, and we start quibbling over three point two percent. Four percent. I'm like, okay. I mean find right, but we can quote, it's not gonna change of when what is you know, an inherent structural problem with our economy right now. Well, then let's move onto the structure, and it's not good. It's writ large. That's what it does. You know? She just she comes and drops. I want one. I mean, we keep calling ya. So it's on us. Dionne broadly. Let's talk about the fed. You have these proposed nominations in Stephen Moore, and now Herman Cain. And I think what we should ask with all of this pressure. And these kind of weird nominations is can the fed do its job. Yeah. No. Of course, the fed can do its job, and it is important to point out that these are just two of nominations of. I think it's twelve board seats. You've also got the chair the vice chair you've got a number of fed regional presidents all of whom everyone on the fed currently very qualified including the previous people that President Trump has nominated.
"linda lopez" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"From ABC news. I'm Linda Lopez the stalemate or funding for a border wall continues as President Trump again today tweeted, blame at Democrats calling this the Schumer shutdown Trump and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer, and incoming house speaker Nancy Pelosi haven't spoken to each other in nineteen days since the day President Trump's abyss in the Oval Office. I am proud to shut down the government for border security. In the meantime, hundreds of thousands of federal workers hanging in the balance some working without pay and others for load over the holiday ABC's, Tara Mary in the middle of the government shutdown. The White House is losing its chief of staff. John Kelly gave a surprising new interview before stepping away. John Kelly stunning party as chief of staff telling the LA times, the White House has given up on President Trump's signature campaign promise of a concrete barrier on the southern border saying to be honest is not a wall. The president still says wall oftentimes, frankly, he'll say, Barry. Or fencing now he's tended towards still slats. Kelly did say the president was right to make border security a top priority. We do have an immigration problem if we don't fix the laws than they will keep coming. He said they have known, and they do know that if they can get here, they can generally speaking, stay ABC's, Kenneth moten reporting customs and border protection chief Kevin McLean and responding today to the deaths of two Guatemalan children in US border patrol custody saying migrant children will now receive thorough medical checks in custody and also telling ABC's this week the country needs to take a hard non-political. Look at immigration. We need a sober-minded. Nonpartisan look at our immigration laws to to really confront and grapple with the fact that children and families are coming into this cycle mcelwain. And also saying the US needs to invest in Central America. Moscow says it's ready to talk to the US in two thousand nineteen Vladimir Putin has sent a new year letter to President Trump, according to the Kremlin. Putin said that Moscow was ready for a dialogue with Trump on a wide ranging agenda who. Also sent another letter to Syria's President promising to continue the fight against terrorism..
Federal judge strikes down Obamacare as unconstitutional
"President Trump calls it. Great news for America. A federal judge in Texas Friday night rule, the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional because the congress ended the individual mandate last year ABC's Linda Lopez explains judge read O'Connor's reason, the Affordable Care Act has been struck down as unconstitutional ABC legal analyst, Royal Oak says the reason the supreme court gave a few years ago for upholding the law help lead to
"linda lopez" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"From ABC news. I'm Linda Lopez a deadly day in Chicago where a gunman opened fire at mercy hospital. Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson confirming we have four deceased individuals police officer to female staff employees at the hospital, and they'll Fender the police officer identified as Samuel Jimenez, a father who had only been with the police force 2017 a female doctor who was killed by the gunman in the parking lot. And a pharmaceutical assistant was fatally shot by the gunmen while exiting an elevator inside the hospital gunmen only identified as someone who had a relationship with the victim in the parking lot and was said to have no criminal history. Burrow, ABC news. Chicago police in suburban Saint Louis are searching for a gunman who sexually assaulted at least one woman, a Catholic supply store and shot another woman in the head she's alive but in critical condition. The White House says it's dropping its effort to suspend CNN correspondent Jim Costa's press pass. But it's setting new rules for reporters. It is a White House. I the president telling reporters exactly how they must behave when asking a question and threatening to a victim if they don't follow the rules in a letter addressed to C N N's Jim Acosta, the rule say reporters can only ask a single question then yield the floor and can only ask a follow up. If the president were spokesperson allows it. The letter ends happy thanksgiving Andy Field. ABC news. A US official says tomorrow, the White House will announce new authorization for troops along the southern US border that will allow them to protect CPAP personnel from a threat customs and border protection reportedly requested the authority from the White House. The first recreational marijuana sales in the eastern US start tomorrow in Massachusetts and CEO of the, cultivate, shop Sam Barbara says he isn't sure how long has supply will last obviously there is an immense, man. We've been appearing for awhile to to help meet this barber. Shop is one of two opening tomorrow. You're listening to ABC news. This is a Bloomberg market minute. Monday losses at race. The November gains for the key indexes. The Dow Jones industrials fell three hundred ninety five points or one and a half percent. The NASDAQ lost two hundred nineteen points or three percent. The s&p five hundred closed down forty five points or one point six percent. Apple shares fell four percent on worries about iphone demand. And apple is a component of all three key indexes. The president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York says the fed will likely be raising interest rates somewhat. John Williams says the rate hikes will come in the context of a very strong economy, David's bridal filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection. But the company says all of its stores will remain open and brides will get their gowns on time. Political books are in demand Barnes and noble says becoming by Michelle Obama sold more copies its first week of release than any other book. So far this year. The previous first week winner was fear by Bob Woodward. Jeff Bellinger, bloom..
"linda lopez" Discussed on WTVN
"I'm Linda Lopez a deadly day in Chicago where a gunman opened fire at mercy hospital. Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson confirming we have four deceased individuals police officer to female staff employees at the hospital, and they'll Fender the police officer identified as Samuel Jimenez, a father who had only been with the police force since two thousand seventeen a female doctor who was killed by the gunman in the parking lot. And a pharmaceutical assistant who was fatally shot by the gunmen while exiting an elevator inside the hospital. The gunman only identified as someone who had a relationship with the victim in the parking lot and was said to have no criminal history. Ryan burrow, ABC news. Chicago police in suburban Saint Louis are searching for a gunman who sexually assaulted. At least one woman had a Catholic supply store and shot another woman in the head she's alive, but in critical condition. The White House says it's dropping its effort to suspend CNN correspondent Jim Acosta's press pass. But it's setting new rules for reporters. It is a White House. I. The president telling reporters exactly how they must be. Hey, when asking you a question and threatening to a victim, if they don't follow the rules in a letter addressed to C, N N's Jim Acosta, the rules say reporters can only ask a single question then yield the floor and can only ask a follow up. If the president or spokesperson allows it. The letter ends happy thanksgiving Andy Field. ABC news. A US official says tomorrow, the White House will announce new authorization for troops along the southern US border that will allow them to protect CPAP personnel from threat customs and border protection reportedly requested the authority from the White House. The first recreational marijuana sales in the eastern US start tomorrow in Massachusetts and CEO of the cultivate shop. Sam Barbara says isn't sure how long has supply will last obviously,.
"linda lopez" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"From ABC news. I'm Linda Lopez a deadly day in Chicago where a gunman opened fire at mercy hospital. Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson confirming we have four deceased individuals police officer to female staff employees at the hospital and the police officer identified as Samuel Jimenez, a father who had only been with the police force since two thousand seventeen a female doctor who was killed by the gunman in the parking lot. And a pharmaceutical assistant who was fatally shot by the gunman while exiting an elevator inside the hospital gunman only identified as someone who had a relationship with the victim in the parking lot and was said to have no criminal history. Ryan burrow, ABC news. Chicago police in suburban Saint Louis are searching for a gunman who sexually assaulted at least one woman at a Catholic supply store and shot another woman in the head she's alive but in critical condition. The White House says it's dropping its effort to suspend CNN correspondent Jim Costa's press pass. But it's setting new rules for reporters. It is a White House. I the president telling. Exactly how they must behave. When asking you a question and threatening to a victim, if they don't follow the rules in a letter addressed to C, N N's Jim Acosta, the rules say reporters can only ask a single question then yield the floor and can only ask a follow up. If the president were spokesperson allows it. The letter ends happy thanksgiving Andy Field. ABC news. A US official says tomorrow, the White House will announce new authorization for troops along the southern US border that will allow them to protect CPAP personnel from threat customs and border protection reportedly requested the authority from the White House. The first recreational marijuana sales in the eastern US star tomorrow in Massachusetts and CEO of the, cultivate, shop Sam Barbara says he isn't sure how long has supply will last obviously there is an immense to me..
ICE detains man driving wife to hospital to deliver baby, says he is wanted for murder in Mexico
"In a legal alien wanted for murder in Mexico is arrested by ice agents after stopping for gas and the way to the hospital with his pregnant wife. Jole Arana. Lara, was taken, into custody when he couldn't show any. Legal documentation his wife was then forced to continue to the hospital where she. Gave birth to their son, ABC's Linda Lopez has more del, Carmen Venegas seen on surveillance video sobbing in this gas. Station Russell how is the family's lawyer terrified because she's. On the way to give Richard child okay and so her husband was to. Accompany her she and her husband were in southern, California on their way to the. Hospital for a c. section they knew she was pregnant they could have said well come back to the office later. On you have this discussion with you about your status they could this could have been handled differently Arana Laura's family and attorneys say. They have the wrong
80 percent of millennials worried about Social Security
"Currently show that. Social security's fully funded till twenty eighty four and after that only three quarters financed and. That has millennials worried a new study from the TransAmerica center for retirement study shows eighty. Percent of that age group are. Concerned that social, security won't be there for them even though most workers still count on it is a key source of income during retirement that could. Mean some big problems because right now millennials tend to save less and will likely. Live, longer
AccuWeather, Lopez and Joel Ronan Laura discussed on 24 Hour News
"Morning I'm. Mitch Levy well how's this for a difficult situation a man trying, to get his pregnant wife to? The hospital was arrested by? Ice agents when he pulled over for gas Joel Ronan Laura was taken. Into. Custody after he was unable to produce. Any documentation for being in the US is wife was forced to go to the hospital alone to deliver their son correspondent Linda, Lopez has the. Story del Carmen Benegas seen on surveillance video. Sobbing in this gas station Russell how is the family's lawyer but she was terrified because. She's, on the way to give Richard child okay. And so we're going to accompany her she. And her. Husband were in southern California on their way to the hospital for a c. section they knew she was pregnant. They could have so we'll come back to the office later Ryan This discussion with you, about your status. They could have this could have been handled differently Says issued a statement saying that the husband is. Wanted for murder in Mexico is family and their attorneys say they have the wrong
Aretha Franklin, Detroit and Charles H. Right Museum Of African American discussed on Coast To Coast Weekends
"Of, a golf club Thursday sitting at a metal mesh table when thunderstorms, moved ahead he was suddenly jolted by, a lightning strike that burned his arms and. Fingers and blew off his shoe he was rushed to a hospital but his wife posted on Facebook he was released a few hours later with just a bad headache and some numbness in his. Extremities he. Was tweeting by that evening, all the Packers preseason game Linda Lopez ABC news, funeral plans have been set for Aretha Franklin Friday August thirty first in. Detroit that's when
Tourists flee resort island after scores killed in massive earthquake
"And coming up after the news A group entry into the I'm so sorry Albert Hall of fame meanwhile headlines at, nine thirteen here's John Stokes Philadelphia police officer early this morning shot, in the face and critically wounded while. Helping fellow swat officers serve a warrant cops say the shooter was later wounded police are looking for the gunman who came into Madison Wisconsin radio station early Sunday it opened fire wounding Thirty-three-year-old disc. Jockey death toll now in a ninety one likely to rise from Sunday's quake in Indonesia Seven point zero magnitude earthquake destroying thousands of, homes and triggering a su- NAMI warning for. A short time that warning has since been cancelled the. Tourist island of Lombok was hardest hit the quake so powerful it was felt in the neighboring island of Bali where buildings were also destroyed his comes. Just, one week after, another massive quake hit Lombok. Killing more than a dozen people Linda Lopez ABC news police investigating the death of a baby found Sunday floating in the water near the. Brooklyn Bridge. Family visiting from. Oklahoma spotted the approximately, eight month old boy actress Charlotte Rae is trying to. The age of. Ninety two she's most, remembered, for playing a wise. And carrying house, mother to a group of teenage girls on the long running sitcom the facts of life traffic now here's Mike Gould. Seventy, seven southbound near Oaklawn that wreck. Is still in your way that's going back onto eighty, five seventy seven, northbound is. Still a bit heavy from Tiepolo, to Clinton an independence northbound is sluggish..
Powerful earthquake strikes Indonesia, killing dozens
"Breaking news center I'm Barry Nelson an amusement park worker was caught on camera nodding off. All operating right at little America in the town of Marcia Marshall over the weekend Thomas for. Tuskegee and his wife took their three year old granddaughter to the. Park because the ride seem toddler friendly little did they know the right operator would put his granddaughter's. Life at risk the ride is one thing once its operational but if you have an attendant that's not paying attention. To the ride and. Something occurs that could be problematic for Tuskegee believes the operator was drunk at the time the. General manager of the amusement park could not say for sure if that was the, case but did say the man was sent home and has been. Fired the Milwaukee public school district has, its recruited has started, its recruiting, drive, to, try. And boost enrollment doctor keep -posedly and. Other leaders are. Going door to, door to encourage families to send. Their kids to city schools Enrollment for NPS has dropped from ninety, seven thousand students in two thousand three to seventy eight thousand last year. -posedly said this tactic is the first of, its kind in the city police, in Cheboygan are looking for a dog that bit a four year old this afternoon it happened at king park around five thirty the. Boy is okay but police are asking for the public's help in locating the dog it's described. As a fifty to sixty pound pit bull mostly white with black. Spots on its back black legs and a spotted tail anyone with information is asked to call the. Sheboygan police and the death toll from that massive earthquake in Indonesia is now more than ninety ABC's Linda Lopez reports Seven point zero magnitude. Earthquake destroying thousands of homes and triggering salami. Warning for a short, time that warning has since been cancelled the Torres islands of lumbar. Was hardest hit the quake so powerful it was felt in the neighboring island of Bali buildings were also destroyed his comes just one. Week after another massive quake hit Lombok killing more than a dozen people Linda Lopez ABC news sports traffic and weather are next WTMJ news. Time,.
Trump refuses to answer questions about secret recording with Michael Cohen
"Station From ABC news I'm Linda Lopez secretary of state Mike Pompeo being grilled by senators on Capitol Hill today about what went on in. The private meeting between President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin Pompeo's that he knew the contents of the discussions. In that meeting but seem reluctant to give details but Pompeo continuing to defend the president's narrative that is. Developed that somehow President, Trump is weak on Russia and when in fact the con- let me just through Bobbio saying he personally made clear that there will be. Severe consequences for Russia for Russians, meddling in the US President Trump and European Union commission president speaking from the white House Rose Garden today announced a truce in, threatened trade war the US new agreeing to work towards zero tariffs and zero. Subsidies on, goods that don't fall into the category, of automobiles we'll also make trade fair and. More reciprocal my favorite word reciprocal Secondly we agreed to a, strengthen and strengthening of our strategic cooperation with respect. To energy a, deal has not, been reached but they've agreed to work toward ending the tariffs and though President Trump wouldn't take questions about it before his trade meeting. Today Trump tweeted about the tape of him talking to his former lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen President Trump took. To Twitter this morning expressing outrage that his longtime lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen recorded a conversation they had. The president writes quote, what kind of lawyer would tape Client so sad but Mr. Trump does. Not addressed the substance of what he is. Heard saying in that. Recording, and whether he knew about a payment to Karen McDougal former playboy model who claims. She had an affair with Mr., Trump president also asked quote why was the tapes so abruptly terminated cut while I was presumably saying positive things Karen Travers ABC, news the White House where just one day away from quarter deadline for the. Government to, reunite all migrant families separated at the, border just over one thousand of the twenty. Five hundred, children separated from their parents have been reunited, so, far you're listening to ABC news NewsRadio six ten WTVN, I'm Jared Allen governor casick calls the president's tariffs unfortunate and misguided the governor answering questions after a. Ribbon cutting to open the state fair, earlier today and at opening day of, the Ohio State fair organizers say safety a top. Concern after last year's tragedy on the fireball ride Tyler Gerald was killed during a ride on that fireball last year additional inspections were performed this week, on the on the similar rides their ABC six is Mike McCarthy has that from earlier, today those checks were done by the company who brought.
Salmonella and Linda Lopez discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"Honey smacks they're being linked to a salmonella outbreak says abc's linda lopez seventy three people were reported ill and thirty one states including twenty one people had to be hospitalized kellogg's is recalling honey smacks cereal the cdc is investigating the salmonella outbreak and says if you have honey smacks cereal with a best if used by date from june fourteenth twenty eighteen june fourteenth twenty nineteen throw it out or return it for a refund symptoms of salmonella include diarrhoea.
Conor Mcgregor, Brooklyn and Ray Bork discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Who absorbed more alcohol and break it down more slowly can make their bone mass suffer the women in the study who admitted to binge drinking twice a month in high school and college or found who have not reached their peak bone density though more research is needed researchers say avoiding binge drinking as a teenager may help decrease the odds of osteoporosis down the road linda lopez abc news mixed martial arts star conor mcgregor trying to resolve criminal charges after a melee in brooklyn conor mcgregor left court in brooklyn after prosecutors said clean ago she asics are underway to resolve the charges that stay will come in hurling a hand truck and a bus full of mixed martial arts fighter the latest of this matter see fighters mica and ray bork were injured in the april altercation backstage at barclay center mcgregor remains free on bail and is due back in court next month aaron katersky abc news new york what should you expect as a business owner do you ever wonder if your business ever closes early when you aren't there or if.
Hurricane Bud Weakens Rapidly Off Mexico's Pacific Coast
"A category three storm hurricane bud adding up the coast of baja california abc's ginger zee with the latest hurricane bud ripping through the pacific ocean encountering a lot of cold water though as it goes north toward kabul it's going to die out a bit and then monsoonal moisture is what it brings to the hot southwest temperatures at another storm growing consensus on puerto rico that more people died after hurricane maria than the official death toll of sixty four data released by the san juan government saying that there were more than fourteen hundred more deaths from september to december of last year after maria than for the same period over the previous four years a high ranking republican congressman who was critically wounded after being shot at a baseball practice last year is writing all about it abc's linda lopez has details congressman steve scalise was practicing with fellow republicans for a congressional charity softball game when a gunman fired at the lawmakers on their ballfields in alexandria virginia scalise was rushed to the hospital in critical condition and after a long hospitalization returned to congress he's now writing a book called back in the game described as an inspirational narrative about his shooting and recovery except for release in november and this thursday on the one year anniversary of that shooting scalise will be back on the field with his republican teammates for that charity game against house democrats linda lopez abc news this is abc news komo news time nine oh four aaa traffic every ten minutes all fours here's tam fulton watch for road crews on northbound five between highway nine hundred.
Panic as bat-borne virus kills 10, infects at least 13 more
"On the visitor's center at paradise below the roof line of the visitor's center which is one of the most heavily used areas in the park though verizon t mobile have the okay for now park officials say at and t has also submitted an application and may be added later if approved the cell service proposal at the park set off a debate about whether people enjoying the outdoors should be able to talk on their phones and access social media while in nature some say cell service would improve safety and be convenient for visitors others say people talking on their cell phones would disturb the quiet environment of the park and being on phones would distract from the natural beauty of the surroundings romero komo news at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news now your komo propel insurance money update from abc news wall street now stocks which started the day up on news china agreed to lower tariffs on auto imports dropped nearly two hundred points after president trump said he wasn't satisfied with the trade talks with china the dow ending the day down one hundred seventy eight points at twenty four thousand eight thirty four facebook ceo mark zuckerberg is apologizing again this time to the european parliament for his company's failure to prevent some of the tools developed from being misused coburg saying whether it was fake news or misuse the people's information they quote didn't take a broad enough view of our responsibilities linda lopez abc news there's the larvae new data about suicide rates in young african american children a study published in jama found that the number of black children who take their own lives is twice the rate as white children suicide rates among white children used to be higher but that's changed over the past fifteen years the lead author says the findings show a need for more research into racial disparities health officials in india are battling an outbreak of a deadly virus correspondent bills in for has the story doctors confirm an outbreak of the nipah virus has hit southern india with ten people killed thus far the virus which is spread by batch is fatal in seventy percent of cases and there is no vaccine dozens of people who came in contact with those who contracted the owners have been quarantined nepal responsible for hundreds of deaths in malaysia and india health update sara lee kessler nbc news radio.
"linda lopez" Discussed on WGN Radio
"On the news linda lopez abc news and a new kind of therapies being considered a northern illinois courtrooms tobago county is considering allowing therapy dogs to ease the emotional stress of alleged victims of sexual assault or abuse the ideas to calm people who've been traumatized or are freight to testify but some lawyers fear the animals could sway jurors opinions making individuals with dogs seem more favourable judges decide whether or not to allow them on a case by case basis they can also be used by defendants wt pungo wgn news now wgn sports here's kevin powell thank you judy reynaldo lopez on the hill for the white sox tonight as they finally get back to playing the last three games in minnesota were wiped out so no snow but rain is a factor in oakland the tarp is on the field right now we're still about four hours from first pitch we'll have it here on wgn pre game at eight thirty comes and cardinals game at wrigley postponed due to the weather july twenty first makeup date the bears have officially signed receiver bennie fowler to a one year contract he caught fifty six passes for seven hundred yards and five touchdowns in three seasons with the broncos nba playoffs tonight two games the heat the seventy sixers and the spurs at the warriors hockey four games in the stanley cup playoffs bruins have maple leafs devils hosting the lightning predators play the avalanche ducks against the sharks japan's yogi coach has won the men's division at the boston marathon and desert linden first american woman to win the race in thirty three years and the toronto blue jays are considering postponing a postponement of tonight's game because of chunks of ice crashing down from the nearby tower following a weekend of freezing rain there's also leaking onto the field because of a hole in the roof and the home of the blackhawks.