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Fresh update on "minister boris johnson" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"Biden's inauguration now says she's the victim of racial profiling. Amanda Gorman, who was black, says the security guard followed her as she walked home, telling her quote, you look suspicious. She says She showed her keys and bust herself into our building, adding that he left with no apology. It happened less than six weeks after Gorman made history as the youngest poet ever to read at a presidential inauguration, being American Is more than a pride we inherent. It's the past we step into and how we repair it. Now, she writes on Instagram. This is the reality of black girls. One day you're called an icon. The next day, Ah threat Roger Stern Fox News and an unflattering picture of Britain's royal family as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle make known their grievances on television. The bombshell interview between Prince Harry, Megan Marco and Oprah Winfrey is over with the Prince. Pushing back against controversial headlines by British tabloids and his disappointment in his own family. Prince Harry, also saying he has been financially cut off from the family since early 2020 and his father, Prince Charles, briefly stopped taking his calls. That's Fox's Anita Vogel reporting. The interview, which aired Sunday night in America on CBS will be seen on British television Monday night. Meanwhile, a big reopening step taking place Monday in Britain students across Britain heading back to classrooms on Monday. After a two month closure, Prime Minister Boris Johnson saying the plan is to get the country quote moving closer to a sense of normal to me the current back to school plan calling for millions of high school and college students across Britain to be tested for the virus for the first few weeks, hoping that asymptomatic cases could be detected quickly without sending entire school's home. Paul Stevens, Fox News I'm Mary Course, Eddie and this is Fox News. Thistles news, Radio K L B J and now to AC You weather with your k O b. J radar Weather Watch mostly sunny day Stay ahead for today. The high 71 Clear Low 41 4 tonight. Borrow clouds increase throughout the night. I 73 after morning clouds. Sunshine is back on Tuesday will be a warm afternoon high 75 from the Weather Center. I meteorologists Bill Digger. You know,.
Fresh update on "minister boris johnson" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"Prince Harry, also saying he has been financially cut off from the family since early 2020 and his father, Prince Charles, briefly stopped taking his calls. That's Fox's Anita Vogel reporting. The interview, which aired Sunday night in America on CBS will be seen on British television Monday night. Meanwhile, a big reopening step taking place Monday in Britain, students across Britain heading back To classrooms on Monday after a two month closure. Prime Minister Boris Johnson saying the plan is to get the country quote moving closer to a sense of normality, the current back to school plan calling for millions of high school and college students across Britain to be tested for the virus for the first few weeks, hoping that asymptomatic cases could be detected quickly without sending entire school's home..
Fresh update on "minister boris johnson" discussed on BBC World Service
"MacDonald with you in the next time that we hear what's happened in Equatorial Guinea. Those explosions in the largest town, leaving many dead. Also morning. Senegal is on the brink. After days of protests there. We'll have more on that in a moment on the sailors from the Pacific islands of Kira, best stranded by the virus on the other side of the world. ABC knees with Chris Barrow. Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, has revealed that she thought of taking her own life before she and her husband, Prince Harry, left Britain, in a frank interview with the presenter Oprah Winfrey, which aired in the United States. Megan spoke of her deep unhappiness about what was being written about her in the British tabloid press. She accused the royal household of failing to help her Israel is beginning a campaign to vaccinate tens of thousands of Palestinians against Cove in 19, those with Israeli work permits will receive doses of the Madonna vaccine. Human rights campaigners say Israel should do far more Written is easing its latest coronavirus lockdown today, with schools in England reopening for millions of Children. They've been closed for two months. The Prime Minister Boris Johnson has described it as the first big step back to freedom. Auntie Khoo. Protesters have again gathered in cities in Myanmar, answering a trade union appeal for mass walkouts to bring the economy's to a standstill. The industrial action has emptied the offices of some government ministries. Three anti government protest leaders in Thailand have been charged with violations of the country's strict laws against insulting the royal family. They're also accused of sedition for their part in the rallies last September, which saw unprecedented calls for reform to the monarchy. Senegalese opposition leader this man Sankoh, whose detention last week sparked days of unrest, is due to appear in court in the capital Dhaka. He's expected to face questions about a rape charge, which he says is politically motivated. Days ahead of the 10th anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear disaster. More parts of the Japanese town hosting direct power plants have been reopened. Okay. Emma has been largely cut off because of high radiation levels since the disaster. That's the latest BBC news. How'd I welcome? You are listening to news day on the BBC World Service, Lawrence and Claire When you thank you so much for joining us, we'll take you to Equatorial Guinea in just a moment. Syria's of explosions and the largest town that left Many people dead will bring you an update on that will also go to Nigeria to end too cynical or coming up in the next half hour here on news day, stay with us. Officials in Equatorial Guinea of appeal for international help for in a series of.
Fresh update on "minister boris johnson" discussed on 2 Lights Media
"Will tell you I am very optimistic about where we are with Operation Warp speed. Three vaccines that we're vaccinating two million people a day. Everybody vaccinated by May. This is dramatic. It is very, very impressive. From a medical standpoint, President Biden criticizing governors of Texas and Mississippi for lifting mask mandates and allowing businesses to operate at full capacity a big day for students across the pond. Boxes. Paul Stevens explains students across Britain heading back to classrooms on Monday after a two month closure. Prime Minister Boris Johnson saying the plan is to get the country quote moving closer to a sense of normality, the current back to school plan calling for millions of high school and college students across Britain to be tested for the virus for the first few weeks, hoping that asymptomatic cases could be detected quickly without sending entire.
Fresh update on "minister boris johnson" discussed on 3 Dimensional Wealth
"10 84 would also prohibit signage indicating specific guidance for boys and girls, and it would mandate online retailers who conduct business in California. The label, Children's toy clothing and child care website sections with unisex labels. Stores would face $1000 fines for noncompliance. Rhonda Rocks to reporting students in Great Britain heading back to class Monday that after a two month closure, part of what's Prime Minister Boris Johnson says, is a plan to get the country to quote Start moving closer to a sense of normality. As part of the plan, millions of high school and college students coming back to UK classrooms will be tested for the first few weeks. Breaking news and analysis town hall dot com. Earthquakes likely in Iceland here's correspondent Bernie Bennett. But that story news reports say that residents of the country's southwestern region, including the capital, Reykjavik, are preparing for a possible eruption after thousands of trembler is in the past. Several days of volcanology team released images of potential lava flows that did not predict any towns in the country would be impacted by potential eruptions. However, a major roadway connecting the country's largest airport to Reykjavik, maybe less fortunate. The country's Meteorological office said Thursday that more than 2600 quakes struck the southwestern region last week, with several dozen registering magnitude three or higher. I'm Bernie Bennett Mountain continues with the fireworks, the Italian volcano, sending ash and lava stones six miles into the year. Most of that landed on several small villages. No reports of any injuries at into rumbled back to life on the 16th of February. More on these stories at town hall dot com. If you're a college basketball fan, the NC double a tournament March Madness is.
UK Govt: schools reopening, outdoor meetings set for March
"British prime minister Boris Johnson is laying out a roadmap for lifting lockdown restrictions with millions of people in Britain long and full I had caught or a meal in a restaurant still face a long wait Johnson is set to announce a plan to ease restrictions Catholic unsteady starting by reopening schools in England on March eight people will be allowed to me to one friend or relative for chat or picnic outdoors from the same day three weeks later people will be able to meet outdoors in groups of up to six restaurants pubs gyms and headrest is unlikely to remain closed until at least April the government says progress will depend on vaccines proving effective infection rates remaining low on that note new virus variants emerging Charles Taylor this month London
U.K. Moves To Speed Up Vaccinations, With Goal Of 1st Dose For All Adults By July 31
"The UK is ahead of schedule when it comes to vaccinations. The British government says it's hoping to give every adult of first dose of vaccine by the end of July tomorrow, Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to outline a plan to start easing virus
More data reveals virus number falling quickly in Britain
"A closely monitored survey has found that's new coronavirus infections across Britain who Fulham sharply just days before prime minister Boris Johnson outlines a roadmap on how looked down restrictions can be eased ahead the office for national statistics says in its weekly infection survey the rates of transmission hopeful across all four UK nations in England it estimates that in the week to Feb worry twelve one in one hundred fifteen people tested positive because it nineteen in the previous week the rate stood at one eight eighty meters across the regions the big powerful about lifting looked down restrictions but hoping many can be eased from next month onwards following the rapid rollout of coronavirus vaccines shells to this month London
British PM Boris Johnson welcomes "incredibly encouraging" early moves from Biden
"Minister Boris Johnson says he's working with President Biden on a number of issues. Good conversation's already with with President Biden fantastic conversations about the way he sees things. He said. One area where they've had a good discussion is climate change. He also says they've talked about NATO and Iran. The
Myanmar Army suspends laws limiting forces
"Forces and their ability to detain suspects or search property without court approval. The military junta that seize control two weeks ago has ordered the arrest of people known to support protests against the coup. And Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson is to
World War II veteran who raised millions for British health service dies from COVID-19
"Died. He was a British veteran of World War two and was 100 years old. He died of covert 19, but not before performing one more service and no. Well, you're just gonna have to help me if I choke up here. In his 100th year, he raised $40 million to help Britain's National Health Service fight the coronavirus that later killed him, and he did it by walking. There was this really popular video of more walking around and around his garden patio, All for charity, Mr Morris Grandson, Colin Ingram promised to pay his granddad £1.1 British pound Her lap. That challenge was posted on social media and turned into a widespread campaign to raise money for the health service. Here's the BBC capturing Mr Moore's final lap last May. Inches together. And there he is. Co congratulations. Wilde done. Absolutely amazing. Amazing achievement. Captain Tom, How do you feel this morning? Fine. Fine, Miss. I'm surrounded by the right sort of people. So, yes, I feel fine. I hope your own food and fine, too. Captain Tom Moore received a knighthood and here's British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Became not just a national inspiration. The beacon of hope for the world. His doctor was clear allergies of the Royal College of Physicians, and she says, Every time he came for an appointment, he had a smile on his face. And brought the staff chocolates that he hoped would keep them going. He had many admirers years Lieutenant Colonel Tom Miller in a video from the Yorkshire Regiment, truly inspirational individual who had captured the hearts off the nation over these testing times with his infectious energy drive and determination. After his death at age 100, Britain's National health Service put out a one line tweet. Thanks for everything, Sir Tom.
Capt. Tom Moore, WWII vet whose walk cheered UK, dies at 100
"Captain Tom Moore a World War two veteran who walked into the hearts of Britain during the pandemic has died he was one hundred more shuffled up and down his garden using his Walker to raise money for health care workers I'm delighted the death of the we set up okay cool services will serve as tuned into this enormous sum of money all the calls is so good at once a story went viral captain Tom raised forty million dollars for the National Health Service he was even knighted by Queen Elizabeth so it almost sounds learn us but I'm still a little more prime minister Boris Johnson says captain Tom United Britney chit also up and he imported the triumph of the human spirit family says captain Tom Moore died after testing positive for the corona virus I'm a Donahue
What you need to know about the coronavirus variants
"By now you've probably heard about some new strains of kobe. Nineteen that kind kinda sound like spy names or secret codes you know be one one seven b one three five one and now p one. You don't need to memorize those names. But you should know that these new strains are causing governments and scientists around the world to pay attention especially because these strains of the virus seemed to be more severe oh and some of them are in the. Us let's rewind for a second we told you a few weeks ago that it's normal for viruses to mutate and at the time we didn't know much about the new strains of covid nineteen from the uk south africa and brazil now that we've got a slightly better understanding of these variants. Let's break down what we know and still does about these new strains and whether existing kobe vaccines will work against them to help. We call the befriend of skin. Dr amber desouza. She's a professor of epidemiology at johns hopkins bloomberg school of public health. She says it's normal that viruses mutate as they spread and especially when they're spreading among millions of people all around the world but even though mutating part of the typical life cycle of a virus. New strains can still be more dangerous. What is hobbling. Is that some of those variations that are emerging appear to be slightly more transfixed the ball and possibly have slightly higher mortality but it is still difficult to determine how much more transmissible they are. They are still within the same fear of type of action that we're talking about. But they have these increases that are a little concerning to of the streams that seem concerning the ones from the uk and south africa so far scientists have confirmed that the street from the uk is more contagious and suspect. That's the case for the south africa variant as well on top of that. Uk prime minister. Boris johnson delivered some more bad news last week. We'd be informed today that in addition to spreading more quickly it also appears that there is some evidence that the new variant the very that was first identified in london in the southeast may be associated with a higher degree of mortality how deadly potentially forty percent more but scientists are saying. This is still preliminary data. And they're going to continue to monitor. The emerging strains for warning signs vaccine makers including pfizer and madonna have been watching these new strains closely so far both companies have said they're vaccines which are already being distributed in the. Us should be protective against the new strains but they may be slightly less effective at doing their jobs. The good news so far. Is that the amount of change in the virus is not so different and the existing vaccine so that we have do work against the variance right now. There's a suggestion in what we've looked at. So far that the antibody response from the vaccines might be slightly lower to the new variant than it was before thankfully the two vaccines already in circulation are considered to be super effective already. Su a slightly lower antibody response isn't the end of the world. Bad antibody response to the vaccine is so strong. It's much stronger than when you have a infection with corona virus. Okay so that's some good news and just to be sure. Drugmaker adjourned has announced that. They're creating a booster shot to offer extra protection against the south africa's strain just to be extra careful but just because the vaccines appeared to be effective against these most recent cova strains doesn't mean they'll be effective against all future mutations. It is concerning because viruses continue to change ask transmission is high. There's for these viruses to change even more and it is possible. They could change enough that in the future. The vaccine wooden mark against them as for whether drug companies will need to continue making boosters to protect against future screens. It is not usual that all infections need to have a booster shot but if it ends up that we find an effective vaccine and are not able to achieve herd immunity throughout the world before this virus mutates enough that the efficacy of the current vaccine becomes low. Then we really would need a booster and that's why researchers and industry are are looking at proactively working on that question now so that if that arises we would be able to adjust
UK's Johnson faces criticism over Scotland trip in lockdown
"British prime minister Boris Johnson has been criticized for breaking the country's looked on rules by visiting Scott didn't surprise the vaccine load out throughout the U. K. Johnson's attempts to promote the benefits of the union between Scotland number send come amid new polling that shows increased support for Scottish independence from the U. K. however the prime minister has come under fire for politicking at the time when the U. K. is in a strip club down as a result of a huge resurgence of the virus cabinet minister Michael go defended Johnson's actions the prime minister as Deepika's sturgeon acknowledged in the clip that you played has a responsibility and a role to make sure that that the vaccine row that is proceeding appropriately U. K. has enjoyed Europe's deadliest corona virus outbreak with more than a hundred ninety thousand virus link death but it has been among the world leaders in voting out of virus vaccination program Karen Thomas London
UK's Johnson hopes schools in England can reopen on March 8
"Prime Minister Boris Johnson says they may open their doors on March 8th at the earliest. But that depends on a lot of things going right. San Francisco schools will no
Prime Minister Boris Johnson Speaks On State Of Coronavirus In Britain
"It's been announced that the uk prime minister. Boris johnson will outline details of easing lockdown restrictions. in england. next month it comes amid the country's worst crisis since the second world war. Let's hear what johnson had to say about this at yesterday's press briefing in downing street. I'm sorry to have to tell you that. Today the number of deaths recorded from covid in the uk has surpassed one hundred thousand. And it's hard to compute the sorrow contained in that grim statistic. The years of life lost. The family gatherings not attended for so many relatives. The mischance even to say goodbye. I offer my deepest condolences to everyone. Who's lost a loved one father's another's brothers and sisters sons and daughters and the mini grandparents who've been taken and to all those who grieve. We make this pledge that when we'd come through this crisis we will come together. As a nation to remember everyone we lost and to honor the selfless heroism of all those on the front line who gave their lives to save others. That was boris johnson. Speaking last
UK eyes traveler quarantine as virus toll passes 100,000
"Britain's official death toll in the corona virus pandemic pulse one hundred thousand on Tuesday a dreaded milestone reached as the government considers imposing hotel quarantines on international travelers to stop new virus variants reaching the country the government says one hundred thousand one hundred sixty two people have died in the pandemic after testing positive for the virus including one thousand six hundred thirty one U. deaths reported Tuesday prime minister Boris Johnson said it's hard to compute the sorrow contained in that grim statistic Britain is the fifth country in the world to record one hundred thousand virus related deaths after the US Brazil India and Mexico and by far the smallest chose the despot London
Scotland's leader vows to push for second independence vote
"Party has today set out how it plans to secure a new referendum on Scottish independence from the United Kingdom. The Scottish National Party, or SMP, says it will try to hold a referendum if it went the majority in this year's elections to the Scottish parliament. The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has made clear his opposition to another vote. The last referendum was in 2014 when 55% voted no to independence. Paul Hutchins, political editor of Scotland's Daily Record newspaper, will the SNP leader Nicholas Sturgeon be able to secure that second referendum. If you look at what they are plan ears, it is to get a joint agreement with the U. K government on a referendum on scorching depends, which is what happened back in 2000 and 14. But this time around Tory government in London has decided that it will not grant what's known as the section 30 order, which is effectively a joint agreement, so that's put the S and P in a difficult position, so they come up with a plan B, which is to organize their own referendum at the Scottish parliament. The big issue. There is whether or not that is legal. And while there's no doubt that they will probably go down that road is going to end up in the courts, so the question of whether there will be a referendum is probably will be decided by judges. Would unionist parties in Scotland go along with the referendum that hadn't been sanctioned by Westminster? Well, that is the key issue here. I think there's a big distinction to be drawn between whether Scotch Parliament can legally organize a referendum on the legitimacy of such a process. So even if the Scottish Parliament did push ahead with our and judges To say that it was legal. I think that be question Marks Reese because first is this court's conservatives who are pro union. They've already said they would boy court such a referendum on so you could be left for the situation where you have a referendum, but one side is just not taking part. And then you end up with the result could be C 18 90% fever of independence on internationally just looks quite amateurish. So I think that ultimately what you need is a process that is agreed by both sides on as we speak to snow and agreement on that looks quite far off. In the last independence referendum you mentioned there was a pretty large margin 10% in favor of Scott, the remaining part of the United Kingdom has that shifted dramatically in the last six years. There's no doubt that in the last couple of years their husband a shift in favor of independence. I think that around the last 20 opinion polls on independence surely lead for independence. So I said quite dramatic turnaround. From 2014, and I think there's a few reasons for that. One is Brexit as you well know, People school rejected Brexit when there was a referendum on that subject. There's also no doubt that the conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson, is hugely unpopular. In Scotland, and I think that is partly responsible for the shift in public opinion. There's also a perception that Nicolas Sturgeon has handled the pandemic better and Boris Johnson has. I think it's a combination of a wussy factors as resulted in the increase in independence with the last couple years. And yet, I suppose in the back of people's minds is is the worry that actually, if membership of the European Union was driving things, there's no guarantee is there a tool that Scotland could quickly rejoined the U. Well, Brexit is the degree imponderable off this to beat. On the one hand, there's no doubt that is driving increased support for independence, but it does re some issues for the pro independence state. After was a referendum there's MP would liken depends got to rejoin the U. So you have the issue of? Well, how long would that teak and then even if an independent school and did join the European Union? What would that mean for things like Borders on immigration and cite the United Kingdom of what would it mean in terms of trade between Scotland and the rest of the Yuki? So I think that you would see a very different referendum. If we lose to tea, please, with a different set of questions raised. That was poor Hussian of Scotland's Daily record newspaper.
Scotland's leader vows to push for second independence vote
"Scotland's leader has said that if we elected in may she will hold another legal referendum on independence such a move would put her at loggerheads with British prime minister Boris Johnson who opposes another Bates Scotland has already had a referendum on secession in twenty fourteen in which fifty five percent voted to remain the event was billed as being a once in a lifetime opportunity to decide on Scotland's future any binding referendum requires U. K. government's approval and Johnson insists he'll say no however sturgeon on he's the vote was done before brexit transformed the situation by tracking Scotland out of the European Union against its will a string of recent opinion polls suggest a small majority now support Scotland becoming an independent country Karen Thomas London
Biden reaches out to international leaders
"The president of the chance to reach out by phone to the leaders of canada and mexico. The white house releasing a statement about how that phone call went with mexico's president over door. We got a statement. They say the two leaders agreed to work closely to stem the flow of irregular migration mexico and the united states as well as promote development in the northern triangle of central america now. Immigration reform is a major priority of the biden administration. They've made it clear that they would like to see a pathway to citizenship for some estimated eleven million people in the united states that is a tall order for congress. Sox's mark meredith. The president has also spoken to british prime minister. Boris johnson. The two men disgust shared goals like beating the pandemic and tackling climate
Boris Johnson says some evidence new Covid variant in the UK may be more deadly
"Minister boris johnson. Now saying they believed a uk. Variant of the virus is not just more contagious but could also be more deadly british experts saying up to thirty percent more deadly tonight scientists. It is still too early to be sure. So
UK Warns New Coronavirus Variant May Be Deadlier
"Written with a warning about a new variant of coronavirus. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and health officials revealed some evidence indicates the so called UK variant of covert 19 is deadlier than the original version by as much as 40%. They say. For example, in a group of 60 year olds 10 people might be expected to die out of 1000. With the old strain. 13 to 14 could die from the new strain. They note. More work needs to be done on this. It has been known The new variant is more contagious, but it's not thought to have been more dangerous. This is new information. The new variant is predominant the UK and start responsible for the surgeon cases and deaths here is now thought to be spreading in the U. S
New Virus Variant May Be Somewhat Deadlier, U.K. Warns
"Minister Boris Johnson and health officials revealed some evidence indicates the so called UK variant of covert 19. Is deadlier than the original version by as much as 40%
"minister boris johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Leader McConnell trying to kill the checks the $2000 checks desperately needed by so many American families by tying them completely too partisan provisions that have absolutely nothing to do with helping struggling families across the country, and in essence, it is killed effectively as Democrats are not inclined to move on the other issue, so It looks as if it's gone. This session. Still on the docket supposedly is the vote to override the Trump veto on defense spending. UK trade Agreement with the EU is on course to finality and just hours without passing the House of Commons, Prime Minister Boris Johnson says it is time to Repair our fishing communities. For that moment, we will invest £100 in a program to modernize their fleets on the fish processing industry. Restoring, he says. They're still needs to pass the House of Lords, which in practice is just a rubber stamp. Moving into 2021. China's President, Xi Jinping, is expected to become even more obsessed with security, along with the National Security Law passed this last year, the Polack bureau was asked to build a holistic national security architecture is focus, he says, is on safeguarding China's one party political system and for stalling and defusing national security risks. US vaccinations air running a 200,000 day far short of warp speed and predictions. Joe Biden Press secretary Jen Psaki holdups. What? What? What is halting the ability to get this? That scene after communities out to help centers. But now the head of warp speed, General Gustav Pernis says things are definitely speeding up We've allocated on will be available for final ordering 20 million doses by this Thursday. Distributed more than 14 million doses of vaccine toe over 10,800 locations, he says that will increase in about a week. There's an undercurrent still of what may happen when the Congress confirms the Biden victory next week. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says though she is not worried, had no doubt Little next Wednesday, a week from today. That Joe Biden will be Confirmed by the acceptance of the boat. And in California Governor Gavin Newsom is proposing a $2 billion plan to reopen schools hanging up the old guidelines strengthen them as we now move in. Through this new face, And he says it can happen very soon, or as late as a spring planning. Now the governor also saying that the variant strain of the virus from the UK has been found now in Southern California in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. Okay back to you, Brian. Thanks very much. Just getting some numbers here out of South Korea. Inflation pretty stable. Their consumer prices little changed the gain of 0.5% year on year. Our guest is Kirk Hartman, president and global CEO of Wells Fargo Asset Management. Current is great to have you on the show. Good time, too. As we look into next year, I'm sure you've been Running your numbers Seems like there's a green light just about everywhere, particularly in inequities and corporate bonds, I suppose, and I were just talking about Bitcoin. But I'll put it to you that the next big challenge is going to be a pick up in inflation and interest rates. Now we don't know when that's coming. If it's two years away, then Yeah, let's party if it's 3 to 6 months away, then do we have a problem? Well to your point defense. So I think we have Kirk Hartman with us. We just try to get him back. Yeah. Kirk, go ahead. No, I said the fetish price. The paying the price of credit and that clearly has helped both the bond market on the fixed income are in the equity market as well. I don't anticipate that that will change until later in the year s. I think it's pretty good sailing until then. But to your point, I think the worry is with all the dead in the world. The Fed balance sheet by by $3 trillion grouper bonds up by new issue in spite trillion dollars that at some point short term interest rates start to rise. Inflation comes in. And clearly that will you know, you worry that the Fed then we'll have to probably start to reverse course a lot earlier in my mind in the two years They were indicating that they're in a keep rates. Well, now we know that they want to let things run hot for a while. So I suppose it's the pace of increase. That's really the big issue here. If we see the yield on the 10, year inches way up to 1.5% of the market may not pay all that much heed. But if you pop over 2%, and you've got like numbers on inflation up around 3%, then that's a whole different story. Absolutely I look, I think that 1 50 to 1 75 next year is probable, especially by the end of the year. But I agree. I mean, I think it goes above 2%. The other thing to watch is the short end of the curve because a steeper yield curve. Per se isn't actually so bad. The problem now is that the Fed is borrowing short landing long and, as are a lot of areas, the Treasury as well and you know the worry of short term rates. Absolutely well here in the markets. We had a little bit of a correction this week. In some cases, a sharp correction for some of the high fliers like Palin, tear and Square and well, there's a whole bunch of them snowflake small caps generally the Russell 2000 and talking in some cases down 20% for some of these, So for those people who felt this market was running away from them, they've got a chance again. Does that attract some money? Or do you think people will go to the sort of larger, stable tech stocks? Well, small caps have done extremely well. Small capture down 40% there now 15 s so I think there are some opportunities there. I think you want to look for companies whether they're bigger, small that can maintain pricing power and so companies that have cloud capacity. Data integrity and okay security. The thought Kirkwood will continue on that theme in a moment. Kirk Hartman from.
"minister boris johnson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"But as the contest gets closer, his advantage in the latest Fox News poll has shrunk to single digits. Michigan Congresswoman Debbie Dingell is warning Democrats against the complacency Some felt in 2016. I think a lot of people didn't believe that Donald Trump could win. A lot of people in Michigan must 90,000 people at the top with her ticket a blank last time. But I do feel in certain parts of the states with certain demographics six times the Congresswoman tails Fox News. The only poll that matters is the one on Election Day. The fight for the White House is one thing. The Senate is something else. Late Last week, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Republicans have a 50 50 chance of maintaining control of the chamber. Senator truck. Grassley of Iowa is a bit more optimistic Radio the same energy, albeit unpredictable, but it's three very number two what we saw in 2016. Iowa's junior senator, Joni Ernst, is in a tough re election fight against Democrat Theresa Greenfield. The battle against the Corona virus is being ramped up in Britain a month long locked in will take effect on Thursday as the UK surpasses one million confirmed covert 19. This is Prime Minister Boris Johnson says. At this rate, hospitals could be overrun within weeks, he argues. No responsible prime Minister could ignore those numbers. US. Cruise ships haven't seen the open Sea in sometime, but new guidance could get ships sailing again. Cruise ships will have to test all passengers and crew for Cove it at the beginning and end of all voyages and trips are limited to seven days. Also, operators will have to construct testing labs on board and have a range. Mints for quarantining passengers on shore faxes. Roger Stern. I'm Camp Crusoe. Fox News. A wet, gusty start to the month of November. With appeared showers today.
"minister boris johnson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Announcement in a tweet, which said in part we will get through this together. We learned late last night Presence. Close aide Hope Hicks tested positive, Then the president. First lady started quarantining and then overnight. Those tweets came when we learned the president, first ladies condition Hicks has been traveling with the president. Source familiar, says she began showing symptoms Wednesday night. Around the time the president's campaign rally in Duluth, Minnesota, she quarantined on Air Force one on the way back, according to a source familiar Then she tested positive yesterday morning, Fox's Richardson, a senior defense official tells Fox News. There was no change to the posture of the U. S. Military. The president remains the commander in chief. As the president battles the virus, many world leaders are watching and wishing him well. Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Russian President Ademir Putin are among a host of fellow world leaders wishing President Trump a swift recovery. Johnson was hospitalized with covert 19 in April. Putin says he hopes the president's vitality and optimism will help him cope. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who's traveling in Europe, We're praying for the president and the first lady have a speedy recovery, says he's tested negative but is reconsidering plans to visit Florida and Asia. As a precaution. Fox's Simon Oh in later this hour, a critical snapshot of the job market and the economy will be released. Economists are predicting the latest report from the Labor Department will show a gain of about 850,000 jobs in September that would mark a third straight monthly slowdown in job growth. America's listening to Fox News Like www. Mobile news on the level on the go showing some belief in the relief. A sunny Friday morning in the capital city 39. Degrees downtown. The radar is spotless. I'm John Herrick. Here's what's trending at 80 to.
"minister boris johnson" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The crown of iris and it's assuming there's no spike in cases he believed masks and social distancing help but the only way to successfully suppressed the virus is with vigorous testing and tracing programs fox's Lilian Wu president trump says he wants a strong police but fair law enforcement as well I want to see really compassionate with strong law enforcement police force law enforcement in an exclusive interview with fox's Harris Faulkner the president also supported banning the use of chokeholds authorities in the UK are taking precautions for weekend demonstrations pretend boarding up a statue of wartime prime minister Winston Churchill over fears it could be vandalized in protests this weekend current prime minister Boris Johnson condemning protesters who targeted the statute in recent days that to me is both absurd and and rock Johnson calling Churchill a national hero but not a check he expressed some opinions that would be unacceptable today there's been a host of anti racism rallies here following the deaths of Joe truly did Minneapolis boxes Simon in the city of Jacksonville Florida will host president trump accepting the Republican nomination at August Republican National Convention the key event was moved after disagreements in North Carolina over crowd size in Charlotte amid coronavirus social distancing concerns America is listening to fox news if you've ever used a weed killer you have to hear this message I'm attorney Matt Morgan of Morgan Morgan recently one of our lawyers as part of a team that helped secure a verdict for couple who contracted cancer after using roundup if you were a farmer casual gardener or anyone else who is use weed killers you may not know that study suggests that life was saying the main ingredient in roundup may increase the risk of non Hodgkins lymphoma Monsanto allegedly was aware of the risks posed by roundup but failed to disclose them to the public if you or a loved one were diagnosed with non Hodgkins lymphoma.
"minister boris johnson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Minister Boris Johnson has been released from a hospital in London and returned home yesterday promising sign for the conservative leaders recovery former FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb is calling on the World Health Organization to investigate China's role in the pandemic Gottlieb says the W. H. O. needs to commit to an after action report that specifically examines what China did or didn't tell the world and how that stymied the global response last week president trump said he's considering ending U. S. funding of the agency an internal investigation has been launched into why an African American doctor known for testing the homeless with a corona virus was handcuffed outside his Miami home by a police sergeant Miami police chief Jorge Colina says the doctor was stopped by police after unloading what appeared to be trash from a cargo truck the chief made his remarks after video surfaced of Dr Armin Henderson being handcuffed outside his home a dangerous storm system that produced at least thirteen radar confirmed tornadoes battered Mississippi and Louisiana last night killing at least seven people damaging homes and other buildings and leaving more than sixty thousand customers without power across two states Mississippi governor Tate Reeves has declared a state of emergency and we can't drive anywhere but yep gas sure is cheap but triple a says the national average for a gallon of gas a dollar eighty eight the cheapest it's been in more than four years in the last month the national average has dropped forty eight cents in current prices are thirty two percent below what we paid one year ago I at last got gas on March twenty sixth well it's unbelievable I kept the receipt in my console just to to watch and see what happens yeah and if course every day Dr buying C. gas tick lower and there's it's it's a different world not much need to fill your tank these days thanks Dan it is twenty two minutes now after the hour on this morning America's first news K. my name is Daniel Garcia I work at my family's bakery my life is to be pretty normal until I'm in north Hamilton that's when everything changed my brother and the most famous women in the world sometimes too unlikely ingredients the thing about it make the most amazing combination I just wanna make sure you know what you're signing up for I know that my life can get pretty crazy I think I could do a little crazy series premieres tonight at ten nine central on ABC hi I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans and rocket mortgage during the challenging times were all experiencing our top priority is the health and safety of the communities we serve.
"minister boris johnson" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Minister Boris Johnson is now out of intensive care that that that that's and that's good news and I tell you know what we're talking about here described queen Anne Baxter found G. a and and my understanding is there is an internal battle going on between team scarf and team cut but you know what I think ought to have these briefings I think team Kudlow needs to have a greater presence in these briefings no no I'm serious about this there needs to be asked the user briefings information for people on these loans that are being made for every single small and medium sized business how to maintain their payroll there need to be procedural instructions given there need to be some information economic re opening of this country that needs to be something front and center at these briefings engine and that's what how many how many more statistics that we need on ventilators in the states Ms into distinct honor on the masks how many how many more statistics that we need on there we're doing better than other countries and make it less and produce a map and how how many more how many more times do we need to hear we love telling you to mitigate and we love that you're doing social distancing don't stop how long do we need to hear this fifteen cutlery money can speak economics get him out you know the amount of internet usage at home right now is way up and the internet is still functioning and the electrical grid is still functioning people are binge watching they are searching left and right you're doing anything to ward off boredom there is home schooling going on which by the way what an opportunity to wrest control of the.
"minister boris johnson" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Prime minister Boris Johnson hospitalized he tested positive for corona virus ten days ago says he still has symptoms and they're running some tests as a precaution the fifty five year old says he is still running the government this is Queen Elizabeth broadcast an address to the nation like her father did during World War two Queen Elizabeth saying she hopes Britain's will rise to the challenge with the coronavirus pandemic and those who come office will say the presence of this generation were strong as any in a rat televised message the queen describing an increasingly challenging time but insisting we will succeed we should take comfort that well we may have most children deal better days will return the monarch offering thanks to those on the frontline of the outbreak and also to anyone else hearing to stay at home orders saying those measures are protecting the vulnerable in London Simon noted fox news has Europe started to flatten the corona virus current in Spain a drop in the number of deaths from the virus Sunday for the third straight day in Italy there is hope that the country is now on the downward part of the infection and death records their daily number of deaths is at its lowest point in more than two weeks but health officials in that country are warning people that restrictions on movement could still last for several more weeks and the tallies of infections in Britain are going up they experienced a jumping corona virus does that outpaced Italy rob Dawson fox news burned about fifty acres Ukraine's government says a wildfire burning near the shutter Chernobyl nuclear plant is out and radiation levels have returned to normal some people still live near the site of what's considered the world's worst nuclear disaster the ACM awards push back so country music stars performing from their couches tonight.
"minister boris johnson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Prime minister Boris Johnson's admitted to a London hospital statement from his office says it's a precautionary step is Johnson still has covered nineteen symptoms Illinois will start covering daycare costs for workers governor JB Pritzker called heroes we have essential workers and health care professionals who can't stay home with their kids because they are heroically going out to do their job this week in the pandemic will be shocking to some says Dr Anthony Fauci longtime federal infectious disease scientist Surgeon General Jerome Adams today says this week is going to be a nine eleven kind of moment in severity the pandemic a FEMA report says New York City hospitals could reach capacity this week the mayor says they could run out of ventilators this week Louisiana may run out of ventilators by Thursday says the governor Boeing is extending the temporary suspension of production at all Puget Sound in Moses lake sites until further notice it says chucks Iverson ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. as in much of California the number of coronavirus cases keep growing in Orange County we'll see health care agency confirms seventy five new cases yesterday bringing the total to seven hundred and eighty six the agency also confirmed one new death raising the death toll to fourteen the public health officer in southern California's riverside county is barring all outside gatherings except for those between family members living in the same home Dr Cameron Kaiser is also ordering anyone leaving home to wear a mask bandanna or other face covering the order goes into effect at midnight tonight and will remain in effect at least through April thirtieth well beaches close in San Diego county due to the corona virus pandemic the sheriff's department is strictly enforcing state and local state home orders sheriff's lieutenant amber bag says deputies ticketed twenty two people who were picking making and watching the sunset near the beach in Encinitas Friday those are our top stories I Angelica how hot still truck in a crash.
"minister boris johnson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Prime minister Boris Johnson has become an unlikely poster boy for France's far right leader is in the run up to local elections next month leading figures in the center right par see who knocks to the political side lines were not to the political side lies by the rise of president Emmanuel macron see him as the blueprint for success against populace Parsees in Europe well the far right leader marine le pen has drawn parallels between her room strategy the mass of the British prime minister are Paris correspondent Lucy Williamson reports and despite the the campaign videos Francis center Mike Republicans policy is getting used to losing elections ever since president micron swooped in and we shake French politics three years ago the question for France's conservatives has been the same how does a once grand quality of government find its way back into favor with voters usual believes Jensen because of the man whose provided them with the own says some field is Boris Johnson the CD on the mobile Peltier is number two in the Republican Party he told us they'd been watching Mister Johnson strategy with great interest over the past six months Jensen Boris Johnson on his party's Peiris because they pave the way for a right wing party that isn't a cold statistical keeper what was the right wing that for Boris Johnson speaks the hearts of the British people for us in future what parts of the fatal shooting of a under the new leader Kristin yeah called the policy is preparing for local elections next month off the bombing out of France's presidential race in the first round and then failing to win the even ten percent of the vote in last year's European poll the party is targeting new groups of working and middle class photos exactly what the British prime minister managed to do says Peltier when I'm done I predicament and Michael we have a manual micron who considers himself the president of the wealthy populist parties in extreme right and left to busy themselves with those at the bottom he secured the but seventy percent of French people in the middle don't feel represented national we stop positioning ourselves in relation to Mr McCollum on marine le pen the leaf and look at the Jews in the hop on this two Michael met them today not everyone is a fan every vote is a senior figure in the party he thinks Boris Johnson is a profoundly English leader and also good inspiration for fronts the tool simply zero he's unpredictable a sort of character resembles that of Donald Trump is very pragmatic issues you can change the pinion very quickly but maybe not that much conviction sure he's also one of those responsible for brexit which the people voted for bond folds foundations he lied to the people on a large scale school sucks I know he's not an expression like enough to to and if there are some colleagues in the party who look at his election win and think we should be more populous I would encourage them to think more carefully about that shop the call from the like most people what do you have a body well it's just so in French media has been debating whether Boris Johnson offers a useful vision not just for French conservatives but for the fall right policy of marine le pen said she says that Mister Johnson strategy of targeting former labor voters there is her own success in the old left wing areas around Calais the best in show new is an empty for the pens national rally policy in the region he spoke to us by phone from the campaign trail you need a strategic stake takes control of its borders its future what that's not right or left politics of sovereignty and politics of Boris Johnson has issued a politics we support yeah markets in Paris.
"minister boris johnson" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters
"It'd be like somebody could Canada telling them to do a favor for the whole thing is just ridiculous and they know they've got nothing and Nancy Pelosi essentially admitted that yesterday when when they asked her. Hey what happened to bribery charges. Where's she's not a lawyer no she's not a lawyer and her lawyers advised her not to use bribery? Which tells you what you didn't have a bribery bribery case? That's what it tells you. I mean it's like you know your prosecutors going after somebody for murder but they wind up charging him with Jaywalking. Well our lawyer said Jaywalking. Okay I'm not a lawyer Jaywalking. That's right and that was not I think in Matt Little Press Conference. Nancy Pelosi tried to be so cute about it. She yes she said well. I mean I'm not a lawyer even though I act like one sometimes I also act like a doctor. Sometimes I am very bizarre. Just just sh stop talking. I wish I did actually learn something on this last clip which was that Veronica Escobar is a congressperson and actually a person at all actually forgot notice I said Representative Escobar. I don't remember her first. Name trump tweeted it. That's how I remember. I literally never even seen the person before. That's amazing to me how there's so many representatives that are that make absolutely no impact outside of were you know now. I guess they're district or whatever they go along with the flow. They never really say anything interesting in the rest of the country doesn't know who they are. I have to say Escobar has fallen into that category sadly for me I I don't know anything about her But that obviously a ridiculous analogy And it is important because that you know it is the fundamental part here sure it like if Donald Trump was doing this for his own political benefit solely again. That's really the standard is solely like Nixon is going going to the Watergate situation is done on behalf of him Though for his political benefit there was no argument that what for the good of the country. We just had to make sure that those things in that hotel room were. I mean. There's no argument there. And that's why he was burned so badly with that and and it and it was so obvious same thing I mean look at Clinton too I mean. He's using the power of his office to hide an affair and then lying about it This is something where he's doing this. We know that there's a real benefit the country. Eight billion dollars missing. Well let's find out where it is MHM Jason Jerry Nadler said today as a Solomon sat day time a little over a century and a half the House Judiciary Committee any has voted articles of impeachment against the president. He's very very sad about it. Weren't they watching. Golf actually is much respect. It'd be doing to show a better. Show the the two articles the more you look at it the more you. I realize this is not going anywhere and what scares me. Is that McConnell's comments lately about just kind of going with a White House is at the White House. Hasn't WanNa call me this. We're not GONNA do anything. Basically and vote on this thing and just move on I. Yeah I think that'd be a catastrophe. And all of this to be exposed in the Senate. I mean the federalist papers actually lay out. What happens if this is used for political bias which this is It's federal sixty five. You WanNa read it i. I don't think anybody in Congress has ever read federal sixty five But they actually. It's almost a direct quote. They're like this will be used for political bias. That's why start in the house. They will undoubtedly use this as a political weapon. That's why I should go to the Senate and it's very clear like shouldn't go the Supreme Court because of this it should go to the Senate because of this because because the Senate will act as the okay let's really get down to the nitty gritty of all the different charges when they do the obstruction of Congress. That's that's dead on arrival. That's not going to happen. That's been argument reaffirmed by both Bill Clinton and Barack Obama. That's not going. Yeah administrations going anywhere. And then and then the The abuse of power. They've got to prove as a tent. And you can see just from that tweet right there. He's already getting ready for that. His lawyers have prep them for that. All they have to say is. Don't don't step out of line here. Make sure that the intent is for the good of the country not yourself health and this is done.
"minister boris johnson" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Gonna get up to about thirty three under sunny skies but it's going to be brisk too so it's gonna feel colder than that thirty three degree reading this is like the movie groundhog day it's election day again in Britain as the prime minister rolls the dice pledging to deliver brexit joining us now from across the pond is fox's seminal one morning seven morning run yes to the cold wet day at which is why Britain does not normally have elections in the winter they haven't done Monday at this time to get in the next thirty five years but the prime minister Boris Johnson it was decided that it's time to gamble he doesn't have a strong hand in parliament said he called this election hoping to win a majority when the charges stating that Abel had to push through his plans for brexit long press by the planned the group to leave the European Union now I've been out of hiding station this morning and I spoke to one with any summed it up like this you get paid and I just turn the television off now that is a great cook up dog I'm just fed up with it what she said he was very taken the Boris Johnson Conservative Party because she wants the what that'll ever they get the brexit massive put to bed once and for all that the same side you don't have to go far to find people who don't like Boris Johnson and I've barriers leave it might might come by this morning heading Coles ally at at the food a monster ray said he'd go ego the size of the planet he does get it for himself he has no shortage of detractors and so what opinion polls have consistently put Johnson's party has recent days we've seen survey suggesting that the lead has that right so it could be a bit closer tonight and people have been expecting and I think the result is probably too close to call okay seminal one from fox news latest there thank you attorneys for Boston Marathon bombers occurs and I off we'll try to get his death penalty sentence overturned today they'll argue before a federal appeals court that he did not get a fair trial before he was convicted of murder and other charges in the two thousand thirteen attacked the attorney says the two thousand fifteen trial was unfair because the twelve jurors were exposed to on ending media coverage about the deadly incident they particularly point up to the trial staying in Boston too and they pointed out that Oklahoma city's bombers trial was moved to Colorado and I often his older brother played homemade bombs as we know near the finish line of the race killing three people injuring hundreds of others to Boston Marathon bomber tries to overturn his death penalty Israel is moving into uncharted territory with three national elections in less than a year is fox's Tom Rigali parliament is voted overwhelmingly in favor of the motion which would set elections for March second is the first of a three step process for parliament to break itself up less than three months after was voted into office since the September seventeenth election neither prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu Norris main rival former army chief petty gods have succeeded in building a governing coalition however Netanyahu has been indicted on corruption charges the political stalemate has paralyzed the government and undermine many citizens faith in the democratic process Tom Rigali fox news seven thirty nine now the house has passed a bipartisan bill that would create a path to citizenship for illegal immigrant farm workers house approved that bill on a vote of two sixty one sixty five with significant Republican support on Wednesday reforms in the bill have the potential to bring sweeping changes to an industry that relies heavily on illegal immigrants the bill now goes to the Senate where it faces a rather uncertain for HM seven forty on the nose let's get out there in the traffic center check things out with Jon Hamm was brought to us by Sylvania automotive.
"minister boris johnson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Prime minister Boris Johnson a leader of the main opposition party journey carbon will be squaring off tonight the first televised debate of Britain's election campaign Alaska's biggest city experienced an unusual weather shift over the weekend anchorage sol snow fall of more than a foot on Saturday just hours after the city tied it's high temperature record by reaching forty five degrees Fahrenheit and Kelly Clarkson's run as a talk show host is off to a good start and BC is renewed program for another season debut this past September it is currently airing on more than two hundred stations the media news time eight forty six done to visit lobar motors Mercedes Benz and Lincoln would now supporters Josh good morning first place Milwaukee gets its act together finishing off the lowly bowls on a game finishing seventeen to to run come on one fifteen one oh one we got a good team I thought there veteran this and their experience took over in both games I thought we played with some up and down with them and didn't have enough Jim Boylen bulls had a one point lead six twenty three to go until the whites three pointer white lines up with thirteen points off the pine syllables rookie Daniel Gafford goes dunk crazy score the first twenty one points was bulls career in just his fifth game of action whatever I don't want to go all out and when he comes in those were the times rebounds whatever comes along for yeah Gafford was bawling twenty one his first points in those five games for the bulls but they dropped four in ten and try again with practice today for the pistons Detroit in tomorrow night Mister disc you deliver the right hip pointer he'll play this week against the giants at home if he's ruled healthy during the practice week through this gives her during the Sunday.
"minister boris johnson" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Minister Boris Johnson who's trying to recover from a Supreme Court ruling in London. that's coming up right after traffic and weather together on the aids here's joys Nielsen we are looking at a number of issues just coming in if you're in the lake highlands area we've got an accident going to be westbound at six thirty five before for it's it looks like the express and at least the two left lanes are blocked and that's causing travel to back up already from almost Kingsley we've also got delayed for those making their way downtown Dallas eastbound little rocky four pearl street accident has cleared with the residual or a major back to from in on two thirty five E. south Dallas was found twenty four dowdy ferry that vehicle fire in the two right lanes had just going back to at least a Saint Augustine with a quick look at del road work and self or work here's John wolf the northbound thirty five W. very road with them up in the left lane holding traffic of seminary and east of downtown south by one twenty one pass speech we've got road work in the left lane making that drive through Hutchins the ramp from westbound twenty to self found forty five that's close for road work three ten south of your best bet to get around that and we've also got delayed Nobel bush turnpike at walnut hill road work in the left lane I'm choice he'll say you're not supported ten twenty eight of breaking traffic alerts when they happen. okay are all the weather center forecast is calling for partly cloudy hot weather as scattered showers and storms possible again today some will see it some won't most of the year reign activity probably north of interstate twenty according to our chief meteorologist Dan brown off high today in the mid nineties though and looking ahead for reliant heating and air conditioning in overnight.
"minister boris johnson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Prime minister Boris Johnson over and no deal brexit British work and pensions minister amber Rudd resigning from the cabinet and the Conservative Party a Canadian team helping the Mounties crackle cold case the royal Canadian Mounted Police saying that when a thirteen year old Max were rancor alerted them to a submerged vehicle and British Columbia's late Griffin they were able to find the body of sixty nine year old Janet Farris who was reported missing in nineteen ninety two police believe Ferris ended up in the lake after swerving to avoid an animal or send George calling the discovery a relief commenting I think the worst thing was not knowing paddle Neil fox news star receiver Antonio brown gets the boot that's what he wanted the Antonio brown in Oakland Raiders saga is over the team announced in a statement Saturday morning that they have released the thirty one year old receiver brown requested his release Saturday morning after news broke that the team that find him two hundred and fifteen thousand dollars and voided the guaranteed money in his contract following his dispute with general manager Mike may I talk at practice on Thursday the raiders have granted his request and brown will now be a free agent however he will not be eligible to play for any team until week too Ryan Mayer fox news Minnesota Twins pitcher Michael Pineda suspended for sixty games effective immediately for violating the league's drug policy the two hundred eighty pound Pineda says he took an over the counter diuretic to help him manage his weight but Major League Baseball says that diuretic can also mask other substances he will miss the last twenty one games of the season and the postseason the twins now in first place.
"minister boris johnson" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Prime minister Boris Johnson told the BBC that America is very ambitious about getting a trade deal done in a year which she doesn't think is realistic I just I just feel he my my experience of the way the Americans workers and the and the the size and complexity of the deal we want to do believe me this we would be able to do with any of Johnson had his first bilateral meeting with president Donald Trump today at the G. seven meeting in France Johnson also said the chances of Britain agreeing a brexit deal with the E. U. were improving but it would be touch and go district attorney Stephen the palace says he has issues with a drug bust gone bad last month often night road in Ross township KDKA radio's Joe to steal reports thirty one year old Amari Ali Thompson was killed by an agent with the state attorney general's office the palaces video shows the suspected fire first but he wonders why the drug by was set up in the parking lot of the Northland center strip mall at the time of day you've got a daycare center in your proximity to a high waves for lance if you wanna take the guy off gets what take him off at his house the poor people risk the officer is still recovering from his wounds when it happened Attorney General John Shapiro said we don't get to dictate every location where we meet Jody studio who's ready ten twenty Katie K. as fires continue to light up the Amazon Brazil sent its military into the flames on Saturday to help try and put them out Brazil's president has faced criticism for relaxing restrictions that are allowing the fires to occur but he attempted to curb the anger has been directed towards him in recent days about forty four thousand troops are being made available to fight the fires BBC correspondent will grant had the opportunity to write a board one of Brazil's military planes that was deployed six this.
"minister boris johnson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Prime minister Boris Johnson trying to pressure the European Union into giving ground on brexit I stepping up preparations for the U. K. to leave the block in three months without a divorce deal as the government's new no deal crisis committee meets businesses warned that there is no way to prevent economic damage if Britain exits the twenty eight nation trading bloc without clarity about the nature of future relations China accusing the US of arrogance and selfishness as their president from purges the World Trade Organization stop allowing some countries more lenient treatment as developing economies a foreign ministry spokesman insisted Kanye needs to retain that special status to achieve real trade fairness Mr trump says he wants the WTO to prevent stronger economies from claiming developing countries status that status allows countries more time to open their economies under WTO rules town hall dot com another long weekend of protests in the streets of Hong Kong I see a black shirted protesters some with bright yellow helmets and loss but many would just back packs of March down a major street in central Hong Kong the latest rally in what has become a summer of protests that the March for a shorter rally at the park in the financial district against the police use of tear gas probably it's on all the force to break up a protest the previous Sunday on Saturday polished clashes between protesters and police that to to eleven arrests left at least two dozen injured in an outlying district towards the border with mainland China I'm Charles de Ledesma the Washington based electronic privacy information center filing a challenge to Facebook's five billion dollars settlement with the Federal.
"minister boris johnson" Discussed on AP News
"Prime minister Boris Johnson to avoid leaving the European Union without a deal warning able presents an existential threat to the sector the society of motor manufacturers and traders mentioned in the letter there's a new deal breaks it would result in huge tariff costs and disruption that would threaten production less than a Hundred Days before Britain should your withdrawal date the government doesn't have an approved agreement on the terms that will replace the forty five years of friction the straight the came with being an E. U. member Netflix will have a presence at the world's oldest Film Festival the seventy six the Venice Film Festival feature three Netflix productions alongside Hollywood titles among Venice's twenty one competition titles is the Netflix produced three Netflix productions alongside Hollywood titles among Venice's twenty one competition titles is the Netflix produced a Panama papers film of the laundromat directed by Steven Soderbergh and starring Meryl Streep and Antonio Banderas Netflix will also present no a bomb box marriage story the festival also features Hollywood productions like Todd Phillips the joker with Joaquin Phoenix in the comic book classic role as well as Brad Pitt in the sci fi space journey ad astra by James gray the festival begins August twenty eighth watermelons are set to replace piglets in an annual event celebrating agriculture at a California fair the cinema county fair has eliminated the pig scramble from farmers day the scramble featured kids chasing and trying to capture piglets weighing forty to sixty pounds this year's events will instead include elementary school children carrying watermelons slicked with vegetable oil around an obstacle course in a timed race the board president says the decision reflects a heightened awareness toward calls for humane treatment of farm animals.