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"That you don't have to stage your home. Sorry. Yeah, I'm not going to. A lot of people don't have. If somebody goes, I'm going to use your head. So you're going to let them open the closet and you do have a don't you have a full size Chucky doll. Chucky doll? I do have a Chucky and a Tiffany, yeah, that's the bride of Chucky. Okay, so you wouldn't you warn people or I wouldn't sell my house until everything was out of it. Oh, you take everything out. Yeah. Hopefully I'm in a position where I can have a new house and then worry about selling mine. Yeah, I doubt I will be. I thought about that. I thought that's what was going to happen to me too. And this current market, they came to the door. Yeah, you want it in two weeks. And I was like, right. Yeah, look what happened to me. Not even living in a house. Well, that's a good problem to have, though. Yeah, that's a great problem to have. All right, coming up, Christy. Got mine up. We have a lot of space news. We have asteroids. We have launches of a rocket. We have moonwalkers and space suits and lightsabers and more. And we had the news story about Steven Tyler talking about the great song sweet emotion. And how they couldn't find any maracas so the percussion he literally used sugar packets that they got from the studio and you think they're somehow excused is what you do without what doesn't. I just want to say is this something important about this? I did a little research on this, did some reading and for those of you that are big fans of Aerosmith, I am one. In the remastered edition, they're using splenda. How about that? Amazing. Amazing thing that they're doing. I mean, who knew? Right now I want to talk a little bit about HelloFresh and all the cool stuff they've got going because spring is here, we're switching up stuff and maybe your taste buds have made that phone call to you going help or sick of the same places or sick of the food you make were sick of the restaurant you go to. That's where HelloFresh comes in. They've got, they've got a down because they're going to the grocery store for you. And they are buying all the stuff you need plus they send you the recipes and they've done
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"Telling you about all those close calls on and near airport runways, including right here at Reagan national. Well, now the FAA has hosted a safety summit your CBS correspondent Nicole di Antonio. During the summit, there were calls for Congress to increase the FAA's budget for staffing and technology upgrades. There was also an appeal to give the workforce more instruction as it ramps back up following the pandemic. The national transportation safety board also asked for the nationwide installation of runway technology that prevents these mistakes and to upgrade cockpit recorders to capture 25 hours of audio instead of only two. When the next Americans walk on the moon, they are going to look just a little cooler doing it. Moonwalking astronauts will have sleeker, more flexible spacesuits when they step onto the lunar surface later this decade. The suits will be white, just like they were during NASA's Apollo program more than half a century ago, which is hard to believe. That helps reflect heat and keep future moonwalkers cool. NASA awarded axiom space a more than $228 million contract to provide those suits, the space agency is targeting late 2025 to land two astronauts on the moon's South Pole. The search is on in prince George's county for a dog that was stolen off its owner's front porch. It was on March the 6th just after 5 30 in the morning that a 5 year old dachshund named Canelo disappeared from outside her owners district heights home. In doorbell camera video released by prince George's county police, the dog seems to be on a front porch by a door as a woman walks up to it. A man can be seen remaining close to the street as the woman tries to calm the dog. What remains unclear is why the dog was on the porch by itself in the early morning hours at the home on foster street, and if the owners were inside at the time, anyone with information in the case should conference George's county police. Mike Morello, WTO news. Well, there is a new top dog in town. Not me. It's you, Sean. The American kennel club says for the first time in 30 years, the U.S. has a new favorite dog breed. What is it? What is it? Don't delete delete DD French bulldog. Wow. Yeah. Frenchies removed Labrador retrievers from the top spot after a record 31 years. Owners describe the very perky eared push faced bulldog is comical friendly, loving companions, French bulldogs were number one in the D.C. region two, golden retrievers came in second labs number three. Sports at 25 and 55 powered by Red River, technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red. We've got rob wood fork. All right, happy new year, huh? Is it 4 p.m., the 2023 NFL off season is officially underway earlier, Aaron Rodgers did what he does, and that is set the record straight on the pat McAfee show. The packers legend if you hear him say it. He says he's already decided days ago that he's going to play for the New York Jets. I would like to move on. Dave, let me know that in so many words, they let other people know that and direct reports. And because I still had a fire and I want to play and I would like to blame you work. It's just a matter of getting that down
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"Up on Friday. I'm storm team four, meteorologist chuck bell for WTO. We have winds gusting up to 38 miles an hour. We're sitting at 51 in Columbia, 49 in chantilly. We've got 50 in pen quarter. Money news at ten in 40 after the hour brought to you by Penn fed credit union, great breaks for everyone. Here's Jeff claw. Growing concerns about bank risks sent the market lower at the opening bell and they still have not recovered. The Dow was down. About 725 points, mid afternoon, it's still down three 88, the S&P 500 Index is down 41, the NASDAQ's down 31. What kicked it off was music Credit Suisse was cut off from its largest investor after warning of increasing liquidity risks, Swiss national bank has just said it will provide Credit Suisse with liquidity if necessary. It's overshadowing. Otherwise, good report about the economy. Inflation is easing, producer prices, inflation at the wholesale level, unexpectedly fell a tenth of a percent in February. That paired with yesterday's consumer price report and the bank turmoil may not the Federal Reserve into rethinking a hike next week, at least a large one. Jeff Klebold, WTO news. Okay, Jeff, thanks. Three 41 now on WTO, the federal aviation administration has been hosting an impromptu safety summit today following the series of high profile near collisions that American airports, the FAA will look at what changes they need to be made and how U.S. flights are regulated, transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg is taking part. As we look at the recent incidents of the last year or so and as NTSB and FAA continue to investigate, we can't wait for the next catastrophic event to seek the warning signs of today fully determine the contributing factors and swiftly address them. The most recent incident was right here on March 7th. It happened to Reagan national when a republic airways flight crossed a runway without clearance putting it in the path of a United flight that had just been cleared for takeoff. A seat belt issue is prompting a big recall over at Honda. This involves 2017 to 2020 models, some important vehicles like the accord CR-V, Odyssey and insight, as well as the Acura RDX a manufacturing issue can cause the buckle to stop latching. No injuries have been reported. That is W W J radio's Jeff Gilbert in Detroit. When the next Americans walk on the moon, they're going to look a little cooler doing it. Moonwalking astronauts will have a sleeker, more flexible space suits when they step onto the lunar surface later in the decade. The suits will be white like they were during the NASA Apollo program more than a half century ago. That helps reflect heat and keep future moonwalkers cool. NASA awarded axiom space a $228 million contract to provide the moon suits. Space agency's targeting late 2025 to Atlanta a couple of astronauts on the moon's South Pole. Cool. Coming up on WTO. This is a very big day for Ted Lasso fans because the show is back, sadly, Sean for the final season. Yes. But this ought to be good, right? Right? It ought to be good. Oh, I can't wait. This shows like my happy place. WTO P entertainment editor Jason fraley joins us next with a preview don't go away it's three 43.
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"Bothered by it. I think it's probably helping just a little bit. If we have them, we don't have them. If it helps, then we shouldn't have. Sometimes you're in a hurry and you'll forget to ask for the utensils. So you have to carry sometimes. Mayor Adams signs the bill that would go into effect in 6 months. However, there's a grace period, so once July of next year rolls around, businesses caught violating the measure could be fined up to $400. Buzz Aldrin, the oldest living moonwalker celebrated his 93rd birthday on Friday and announced that he finally decided to marry his longtime love, doctor Anne kofar, the pair tied the knot in a small private ceremony in Los Angeles, Aldrin released a statement saying that he and fire were as excited as eloping teenagers, Aldrin, who was the second man to walk on the moon after Neil Armstrong was born on January 20th, 1930. I'm Chris krazy. And I'm Brian Curtis in Hong Kong. Let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets. Activist investor Elliott management is said to have taken a big stake in Salesforce, a source says it's a multi-billion dollar state. Salesforce has jumped 14% year to date in the stock market, but it traded down around 50% last year. The stock can still be considered expensive, the forward P E is 27. Bloomberg intelligence says that Elliott's involvement could help management focus both on sales growth and margin expansion. Institutional investors have turned bullish on the yen for the first time since June of 2021. That sounds speculation mounts over the future of the bank of Japan's ultra easy monetary policy. Doug prisoner spoke with maja bean zaman, head of FX research at ANZ. We're going to see two way risks around the yen in the near term of course. We see one 29 as we speak, but we expect the yearend to end at about one 24. One 24, so that would imply quite a bit more strengthening here. Is that a weak dollar story? Is it the reciprocal? I mean, when we consider what the fed is doing and trying to maybe slow down, its aggression in terms of rate hikes? Yes, I think there are two or three things that will drive this and the first will be obviously the yield gap. We know that the yen is one of the most sensitive interest sensitive currencies out there in the majors. And yes, we have seen U.S. treasuries yield decline quite a bit. If this trend continues and the gap between Japanese government bonds and U.S. treasuries continue to narrow, that's going to drive a little bit of that strength. And secondly, and more importantly, is the speculation and the expectation of the BOJ abandoning YCC. I think that will be probably a bigger driver. Head of FX research at ANZ. Well, it turns out there was some drama at the bank of Japan's December policy meeting. Minute show, Japanese government representatives requested an urgent time out. It's considered a sign of their surprise as planned adjustments to the bank's yield curve control program were laid out. The December meeting was adjourned from ten 51 in the morning to 1128 before concluding at 1154. The request suggests the tweaks that went on to royal global financial markets had prompted an unplanned discussion among senior government officials before the BOJ announced the final decision. In that meeting, the BOJ decided to double the movement range around ten year bond yields. Let's check the markets, the nikkei is trading up 1.2%. The ASX 200 is up about two tenths of a percent. Most other markets are closed for the lunar new
Bloomberg Radio New York
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"Seconds. The oldest living moonwalker said Friday that he had tied the knot with longtime love. And a small private ceremony in Los Angeles Saturday. I'm Scott Cobb. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. Germany looks set to survive this winter without the Russian gas it used to depend on. The question now is whether it can plug the gap in coming winters to and at what price Europe's largest economy hasn't received Russian deliveries since September, but it is unlikely to face gas shortages in coming months, an impressive feat considering that before the invasion of Ukraine, Germany depended on Moscow for 52% of its imports, rescue from potential rationing and forced blackouts came in the forms of liquefied natural gas, piped shipments from Norway and the Netherlands and an old favorite coal. Millions across China are going to be able to travel for the lunar new year for the first time in three years. The two week celebration begins today and it is the biggest holiday of the year in China. Travel has been restricted across China for the past three years because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but those restrictions were lifted at the end of 2022. The Treasury Department has released its first ever racial and ethnic breakdown of tax return data, Bloomberg's Nathan Hager reports. The analysis shows non Hispanic white Americans who make up about two thirds of U.S. families receive about 92% of the benefit from tax breaks like lower rates on dividends and capital gains and deductions for charitable donations and pass through
Bloomberg Radio New York
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"Helping just a little bit. If we have them, we don't have them. If it helps, then we shouldn't have. Sometimes you're in a hurry and you forget to ask for the utensils. So you have to carry sometimes. It may rat him sign the bill that would go into effect in 6 months. However, there's a grace period, so once July of next year rolls around, businesses caught violating the measure could be fined up to $400. Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin is over the moon with some exciting news. The oldest living moonwalker celebrated his 93rd birthday on Friday and announced he finally decided to marry his longtime love, doctor Anka Fowler, the pair tied the knot in a small private ceremony in Los Angeles before Aldrin was honored by living legends of aviation for his impact on space travel. Aldrin released a statement announcing the wedding saying he and as excited as eloping teenagers, Aldrin, who was the second man to walk on the moon after Neil Armstrong was born on January 20th, 1930. A 1979 Pontiac firebird trans am is hitting the auction block with just 37 miles driven, the vehicle is a two door hard top in running condition, and most likely is the lowest mileage example left, it's set to be put up for bids at the Barrett Jackson auction next weekend in Scottsdale, Arizona. I'm Chris. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. U.S. technology stocks are about to hit their next hurdle, vanishing profits when earnings season for the most influential segment of the S&P 500 Index gets underway in the coming week. Highlighting the risks ahead, Microsoft, which kicks off the group's reporting on Tuesday, joined Amazon.com in starting to cut thousands of jobs this week as sales slow. Google parent Alphabet has followed with plans of its own to shrink its workforce. Billionaire Elon Musk does much of his communication through Twitter, the troubled company he now owns, but on Friday Musk appeared in court on the witness stand in a trial over tweets that may have crashed the stock price of Tesla. Musk tweeted he claimed he had funding secured to take the company in private. This left many stockholders with big losses as investments were made on the information. Mark feige is a retired securities litigator. This is an unusually straightforward case. You have a couple of tweets that are as close to black and white as you can again. Did he, in fact, have funding secured or not. So it's much simpler than the typical securities fraud case. Musk's testimony continues on Monday. Social media giant YouTube and its parent company Google will stand before the Supreme Court next month to defend its algorithms under a law known as section two 30. The decades old regulation gives them immunity from third party posters who violate the decency act. The lawsuit is being brought by a family of a terrorist attack victim, the family says YouTube helped promote and spread ISIS ideology. Facebook whistleblower and data engineer Francis haugen believes those algorithms aren't covered and these companies can do better. We have tools, but all these things decrease usage. They make the company a little bit less money. Now Emmy Gonzales was killed nearly 8 years ago in a 2015 terror attack in Paris, her parents have brought the suit to the Supreme Court. The U.S. has hit its federal debt ceiling and now the Treasury Department has launched the use of special measures to keep the country from defaulting on its debts, details now from Bloomberg's Amy Morris in Washington. Treasury tapped the financial resources of two government run funds for retirees in a move that will give the treasury some room to keep making federal payments until it can boost the overall level of debt. They say they'll return that money once the debt limit is increased. Treasury secretary Janet Yellen says the timeline is so uncertain she's urging lawmakers to act soon. In Washington, I'm Amy Morris Bloomberg radio. We mentioned at the top that a lot of technology companies are coming out with earnings in the week ahead. But it isn't just tech. There are a whole bunch to watch for, including 3M American Airlines, American Express, Comcast, General Electric Halliburton Johnson & Johnson Kimberly Clark and Lockheed Martin and that is just naming a few. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Suzanne Al Palmer. This is Bloomberg
Bloomberg Radio New York
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"The gram of South Carolina tried to calm fears of some Ukrainians that the Republicans now in charge of the house would cut war funding. Kevin McCarthy said no blank checks. That makes sense to me. We're not asking for a blank check. I'm not. I'm asking for military aid to accomplish the purpose of driving Russian invaders out of Ukraine. Graham is in Kyiv along with Democrats Richard blumenthal of Connecticut and Sheldon whitehouse of Rhode Island. President Biden is planning to meet with Republican House speaker Kevin McCarthy in the next few weeks to discuss the debt ceiling. Reporter Julie serkin says the $31.4 trillion debt ceiling increase is all about money Congress has already approved. With the Treasury Department needs to fund money that Congress has appropriated through bipartisan bills through COVID relief bills. The omnibus package that just passed the Justice Department is conducting a formal investigation into Abbott Laboratories nearly a year after the baby formula shortage, The Wall Street Journal reported on Friday investigators are focusing on Abbott's plan in Sturgis, Michigan, Abbott shut down production at the huge plant last February after infants who consumed formula made there became sick, the closure led to a nationwide shortage of infant formula. Avengers star Jeremy Renner is giving a health update after a New Year's Day snowplow accident sent him to the hospital for more than two weeks. He took to Instagram to thank fans for their support, as well as reveal he broke 30 plus bones in the incident. Renner was crushed under a vehicle known as a snow cat while clearing snow from the driveway near his Nevada home. He went on to say that his focus was on growing stronger. Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin is celebrating his 93rd birthday as a newlywed, the oldest living moonwalker announced Friday he tied the knot with longtime love doctor Anka Fowler in a small private ceremony in Los Angeles. I'm Julie Ryan. President Biden is seeking a dramatic change to the way police are trained. Michael board reports. President Biden wondering out loud this week why officers when forced to use a gun aim for the heart, not something less deadly like a limb, but groups who train police say, there's a good reason why officers are told to aim for the body. As you go out to the limbs, the targets are much more mobile than the center mass. It also makes it more difficult to hit the target. People are heads the alert center at Texas state university, which trains law enforcement. He says aiming at a limb would lead to more misses, and that could affect innocent bystanders. But he agrees with the president that more training is needed. I'm Michael board. The playing field is starting to take shape in the race to see who might be California's next U.S. senator. John Bernice has a look. Current office holder dianne Feinstein has not yet declared her intentions, but prominent Democrats are lining up to throw their hats into the ring. U.S. representative Katie Porter is a darling of the young progressive wing of the party, she announced her run last week insiders expect representatives Adam Schiff and Barbara Lee to follow suit at 89 Feinstein is the oldest sitting senator, the LA times says, Feinstein will make a decision on her future by this spring. Steph Curry's number 30, Golden State Warriors Jersey, is the highest selling Jersey so far this season. The NBA says curry has regained the top spot on the Jersey ranking list for the first time since the 2017 2018 season. The Los Angeles Lakers top the list of team merchandise sales through the first half of the season. Drivers in South Carolina may soon be getting a hefty fine for driving too slow. What's locally known as the slowpoke allows police to give a $25 fine to people who are driving slow in the left lane. It was passed in 2021. The new version of the bill increases the fine to $100 and will go into effect if the governor signs it. Cobra Kai has been renewed for a 6th and final season. The creators of The Karate Kid spin off announced the news in a joint statement, saying they're proud to end the Netflix show on their terms. I'm Julie Ryan. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. Treasury secretary Janet Yellen says in an Associated Press interview, she expects Congress will ultimately vote to raise America's dead limit. But interviewed during her ten day trip to Africa, yelling calls demands by House Republicans for spending cuts in return for backing an increase, a very irresponsible thing to do. And it risks creating a self imposed calamity for the global economy. Yellen says she hasn't yet spoken about the issue with Republican House speaker Kevin McCarthy. McCarthy himself has not spelled out the spending cuts that he says are needed to put the U.S. government on a more sustainable financial path. Abbott labs says the U.S. Justice Department is investigating its infant formula plant in Michigan that was shut down for months last year due to contamination. The factory's closure in February of 2022 contributed to that nationwide baby formula shortage and Abbott spokesperson said the company is cooperating fully. Another horse death is being reported out of the Santa Anita racetrack in California. A four year old colt named press on died after suffering a training injury at the racetrack in Arcadia. This is the first racing or training fatality reported this year at Santa Anita. The California horse racing board said the colt suffered a musculoskeletal injury, no other details were available. Press on ran in three races with one first place finish in his brief career. The CH RB says a dozen horses died from racing or training injuries last year at Santa Anita. Existing home sales are down for an 11th straight month. We get more from Bloomberg's Kim Kerrigan. The national association of realtors says sales of previously owned homes fell one and a half percent in December, high mortgage rates and tight supply kept many buyers on the sidelines. For the year, sales were down nearly 18% from 2021. The group's chief economist Lawrence Yun expect sales to pick up again soon due to declining mortgage rates. Kim Kerrigan, Bloomberg radio. Amazon.com's cloud unit will spend $35 billion that's billion on new data centers in Virginia by 2040. Underscoring its determination to stay ahead of rivals Microsoft and alphabet. Virginia governor Glen youngkin spoke yesterday to Bloomberg technology. Not only is it $35 billion, but they're going to expand their footprint across the Commonwealth of Virginia. It's going to bring the benefits that come with these jobs, the multiplier effect that with these jobs to the ecosystem that's created, the over a hundred businesses that will support the construction of these data centers. Virginia said Friday investments at multiple locations will create an estimated 1000 jobs in Virginia. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Suzanne Al Palmer. This is Bloomberg
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"Bloomberg business app. And at Bloomberg quick take. This is Bloomberg radio. Many political pundits say his first two years have had their ups and downs. President Biden is marking two years in office on Saturday. Since his inauguration, the president has managed to secure several legislative victories, including the sweeping bipartisan infrastructure law, and the chips act to revamp high-tech manufacturing in the U.S.. However, his administration has also faced significant challenges, including grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic, the crisis at the southern border, and historic inflation. Meanwhile the president has more recently been mired in controversy following the discovery of classified materials at his home and former office. This comes as Biden is expected to officially announce his bid for reelection in the near future. A new study shows recent fires in the Sierra Nevada forests in California, are the wrong kind. Has the latest research from UC Davis shows rates of high severity fires have skyrocketed since before the Euro American settlement data shows locations considered mid to lower elevations saw its low to moderate severity rate from 90% drop to around 60 to 70%. However, the high severity rate quintupled from below 10% to 43% and author of the study says the balance between good fire and bad fire is way off, prescribed burns would be an example of a good fire, as it's used to treat forests rather than damage them. And former astronaut Buzz Aldrin is over the moon with some exciting news, the oldest living moonwalker celebrated his 93rd birthday on Friday and announced he finally decided to marry his longtime love, doctor onca Fowler, the pair tied the knot in a small private ceremony in Los Angeles before Aldrin was honored by living legends of aviation for his impact on space travel, Aldrin released a statement announcing the wedding saying he and flower were as excited as eloping teenagers. I'm Jim Forbes. The Food and Drug Administration will not grant accelerator approval for an experimental Alzheimer's drug, the agency rejected Eli Lilly's application for quick approval of the drug, Donna mab. That's due to the limited number of patients who stayed on the drug for at least 12 months. The treatment has shown significant promise in previous studies. The drug maker says it plans to file phase three clinical trial data later this year for traditional FDA approval, an investigation is underway in Queens after a teenager was shot and an MTA bus was struck by a stray bullet Friday morning, Natalie migliore has more. No one on board the bus was injured, but a 16 year old boy was shot in the right shoulder and is expected to survive. The shooting happened along rockaway beach boulevard as many stores were starting to open for the day and Carl gaudette says he saw the aftermath. I'm in the
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"NBC News radio, I'm Jim Forbes. President Biden is marking two years in office Saturday since his inauguration, the president has managed to secure several legislative victories, including the sweeping bipartisan infrastructure law, and the chips act to revamp high-tech manufacturing in the U.S.. However, his administration has also faced significant challenges, including grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic, the crisis at the southern border and historic inflation. Meanwhile, the president has more recently been mired in controversy following the discovery of classified materials at his home and former office. This comes as Biden is expected to officially announce his bid for reelection in the near future. A new study shows recent fires in the Sierra Nevada forests in California are quote the wrong kind. Has the latest research from UC Davis shows rates of high severity fires have skyrocketed since before the Euro American settlement data shows locations considered mid to lower elevations saw its low to moderate severity rate from 90% drop to around 60 to 70%. However, the high severity rate quintupled from below 10% to 43% and author of the study says the balance between good fire and bad fire is way off prescribed burns would be an example of a good fire as it's used to treat force rather than damage them. And former astronaut Buzz Aldrin is over the moon with some exciting news. The oldest living moonwalker celebrated his 93rd birthday on Friday and announced the finally decided to marry his longtime love, doctor Anka Fowler, the pair tied the knot in a small private ceremony in Los Angeles before Aldrin was honored by living legends of aviation for his impact on space travel. Aldrin released a statement announcing the wedding saying he and as, quote, excited as eloping teenagers. I'm Jim Forbes. This is Chicago's progressive talk. 8 20 a.m. WCT widow's Friends, an online CPT 8
Bloomberg Radio New York
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"Tried to calm fears of some Ukrainians that the Republicans now in charge of the house would cut war funding. Kevin McCarthy said no blank checks. That makes sense to me. We're not asking for a blank check. I'm not. I'm asking for military aid to accomplish the purpose of driving Russian invaders out of Ukraine. Graham is in key along with Democrats Richard blumenthal of Connecticut and Sheldon whitehouse of Rhode Island. 5 Memphis police officers are being fired after a traffic stop last month led to the death of a young black man, police chief CJ Davis said an investigation into the incident found the officers violated multiple policies, including use of excessive force during the stop that led to the death of Tyree Nichols. Live golf CEO Greg Norman says he thinks the Saudi Arabian government has learned from their mistakes in reference to human rights violations, including the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, Norman made the comments in an interview with news nations Dan Abrams earlier this week. The playing field is starting to take shape in the race to see who might be California's next U.S. senator John Brunei has more current officeholder dianne Feinstein has not yet declared her intentions, but prominent Democrats are lining up to throw their hats into the ring. U.S. representative Katie Porter is a darling of the young progressive wing of the party, she announced her run last week insiders expect representatives Adam Schiff and Barbara Lee to follow suit at 89 Feinstein is the oldest setting senator. Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin is over the moon with some exciting news. The oldest living moonwalker celebrated his 93rd birthday on Friday and announced he finally decided to marry his longtime love, doctor Anka Fowler. The pair tied the knot in a small private ceremony in Los Angeles before Aldrin was honored by living legends of aviation. I'm Brian shook. A day after Microsoft announced it would lay off nearly 5% of its workforce, the parent company of Google is announcing job cuts. Rory O'Neill reports Google's parent company, alphabet says it will lay off 12,000 employees or about 6% of its global workforce. This comes months after other tech companies announced their own cutbacks. Amazon downsizing by 18,000 meta, the parent of Facebook and Instagram cutting 11,000 jobs. The company say their ranks swelled too much during the pandemic and leaders want to pare down the workforce as they prepare for an economic slowdown. I'm Rory O'Neill. The TSA is investigating a potential cybersecurity incident, a hacker claims to have accessed an older version of the agency's no fly list in a blog post, the hacker said she discovered the list on an unsecured server hosted by the Ohio based regional airline commute air. The airline said it took the server offline once it had been alerted by who they described as a member of the security research community. More light here on earth is making it harder to see stars in the sky. Michael kasner explains, the reason is brightness from artificial lighting that's been increasing for the past 12 years as scientists with the German research center of geosciences told the BBC our naked eye view of the stars is disappearing. Researchers say so called sky brightness has gotten 10% brighter every year since 2011. That means a child born in an area where 250 stars were visible would probably see fewer than 100 stars in the same area 18 years later. I'm Michael kassner. Ohio is home to the most elderly pooch on the globe. Guinness World Records has named spike a chihuahua mix who lives west of Dayton as the oldest dog alive, spike was born in November of 1999, meaning he was more than 23 years and 7 days old when the record was verified last month. I'm Brian shook. And now this Bloomberg sports update. We begin on the hardwood, where the Knicks entered Friday's game in Atlanta in an evenly matched affair, and they got work defensively in a one 39 one 24 loss. Julius Randle had a game high 32, all 5 Nick starters reached double figures. They had 6 players in all one off the bench, New York currently tied for 6 feet with Miami. Nancy, meanwhile, they were in the mile high to battle the surprising Utah Jazz who underwent a major overhaul this off season. Nets prevailed one 17 one O 6 despite trailing at halftime. Quite a night for Kyrie Irving, he had 48 points, 24 from deep. That's on the four seed. They're a game behind the sixers and bucks, but a game up on the Cavaliers. College hoops, Big E's play. St.
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"Desk. His wired by IBW local 26, where electrical contractors come to grow. And thanks for joining us this afternoon, I'm Mike Murillo Thomas Robertson as our producer, the top stories we're following for you today, the Libyan man accused of bombing Pan Am flight one O three over Lockerbie, Scotland, is in custody. The 1988 attack killed 259 people in the air in 11 on the ground if you'd recall that plane was en route to New York. Abu agela Massoud is the third Libyan intelligence official charge in the U.S. in the case he'd be the first to appear in an American courtroom for prosecution, WTO national security correspondent JJ green tells us what he knows about how the U.S. was able to arrest Massoud. Apparently he was kidnapped by some type of militia group in Libya. And there was a bunch of speculation about what would happen to him after being kidnapped by this group. And we've learned reportedly that he was handed over to Americans by this group. It remains a deadliest terror attack on British soil. In 2001, one person was convicted of bombing the flight, the only person convicted in this attack. Knew this afternoon. And there it is. High over the Pacific, America's new ticket to ride to the moon and beyond now in view. Orion under its shoots descending towards splashdown. NASA's Orion capsule splashing down in the Pacific Ocean off ba California, just after 1230 this afternoon, the successful return to earth was a necessary step in NASA's plan to get U.S. astronauts back on the moon by 2025, astronauts landed last landed on the moon 50 years ago today. Fitting day for that after touching down on December 11th, 1972, Apollo 17 Eugene cernan and Harrison Schmitt spent three days exploring the lunar surface the longest stay of the Apollo era. They were the last of 12 moonwalkers. It is two 34. It could affect us later this
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"Sergeant. happy want us to play that Donald Jenkins in the dividers one of my favorites elephant. Yeah, I'll tell you what my stomach's been speaking. I just heard the results of some blood work and basically I have a new diet if I like and I can't have it. This is not going to work but in the meantime of course when your mind speaks well never mind. You just heard it. Donald Jenkins, I'm the writer. Sorry. Happy to do that. 888-876-5593. We're talking with Eduardo in midway about that lovely Traverse City of vacation. And yes, you can get there from Chicago in about 5 and a half hours, are you going? I'll keep it in mind. I think maybe during the nights or weather because I know we're heading into winter now. Maybe something like next spring it's a summertime would be nice. Okay. Yeah. It'll still be there. It is on my list. I know 'cause I know that it's like an Apple fest over there by Trevor city. And it's not that far Mac and Ireland's over there. Yeah. Well, good. I did find something here, it's called moonwalkers, and I bring this up because since it's a pretty hefty walk, a long walk here. So this moon walkers that found us today too, the tiny electrical motors. It's 8 wheels. It's almost like rollerblade. But they strap onto your shoes and it increases your speed like 7 miles. What could possibly go wrong with that? Yeah. That would be a quick way to get from one end to the other end. Yeah. I don't know. I would suggest walking slowly and praying along the way. Yeah, they're not cheap, $1300, $1400. Yeah. Shift robotics. Okay. Yeah. I mean, just regular walking is fine with me, but. Yeah. In case anybody was spooked and they wanted to say, oh, I need something that really like go through fast. In case somebody's chasing me. Yeah. Which is the only excuse for running, I know. Yeah, I used to do all that stuff. And the only thing I wouldn't do would be skydiving, that's anything I wouldn't do. I don't paragliding, how to ballooning KV, the altering vehicles they've done all that. But skydiving is definitely something I would never do. Well, I think that's probably probably a sane thing. I mean, why would you want to jump out of a perfectly good airplane? Yeah, unless it was an emergency. Yeah. Then perhaps, but under normal circumstance, no. Yeah. The hot air balloon would be fine for me as far as going up in the air. Yeah. Yeah. Well, all right. Well, let us know how it goes for your boyne mountain vacation. Check out patoski and every time I come around to it, yeah. Absolutely. Want to hear all about it. Okay. All right. Thanks for calling. I appreciate it. Thank you for taking my call. Okay. It suits pretty far up there. And it's not in the UP, but it's pretty, pretty close as far as that goes. But there you are. All right, sergeant pappy and Gary, welcome back to WGN radio. What's going on, Raleigh? Not much, how about yourself? Well, I'm just sitting there relaxing in front of the fire here. Got a little fire going tonight on the cool outside. Good. Thank you so much for playing my song. You know, I think you're me, you got a lot in common when it comes to teeth and music. I'll tell you. Yeah, absolutely. I remember I was driving through Washington, Pennsylvania, decades ago when someone played that. And I immediately said, what is that? I had to have it instantly. Yep. I know, that's the same way I was the first time I heard it. I said, I got to have that thing. Yeah, I gotta have it. Yeah. Absolutely. Really beautiful song, I'll tell you. Yeah. Well, and it's wonderfully. And I like stuff like that that's different. They will stuff all the time. Right. But see, the reason why the reason why I like songs like that and do lots of stuff like that because they're talking about nice things and they don't love and stuff like that. It's not like all this crap that they play nowadays. Well, that's true, but I guess they've always had some songs that belie that such as eve of destruction. Oh yeah. Always been, yeah, yeah. That was a real protest on that time when I was growing up and stuff on my, but I didn't have a whole lot of growing up time because when I was 17, I was already in the Marine Corps I quit school and joined the marines. And then I wanted to Vietnam and all everything else is all. Yes. Well, that would be that would be a rude awakening. Yeah, yeah, it was. When I got over there, I said, no, man. The biggest thing about being over there when I first got there was now I couldn't believe that there was a place like this in the world of weightless people lived. I'll tell you, I couldn't believe it. You know, it's funny you say that. A guy I know a songwriter. In fact, I've had him on the air before. His upbringing was so bad. He said, when he got to Vietnam, it was an upgrade. Oh, really? Yes. Sure wasn't upgrade to me. I couldn't believe people lived like that, I'll tell you it was crazy. I mean, even Okinawa when I got the Okinawa when I went to cam swab, that's where I was staying at it, which is a marine before we went over there. And even the Okinawa was really with some that I wasn't used to being born in the United States and stuff like that. But it's funny, I'll tell you, it's really funny that we think. But anyway, I would really want to thank you so much for playing my songs and I'll come up with some other goodies here down the road and then you can play. I'm counting on it. Okay, you have a good night now and you take care of yourself and like all the
WABE 90.1 FM
"moonwalker" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Made a big announcement today. It set a launch date for its big new rocket, eventually meant to fly humans to the moon. This first test mission Artemis one won't have anyone on board, but as Brendan Byrne of member station WM FE reports, it is an important and long delayed launch. NASA says its 300 foot tall SLS rocket and Orion spacecraft will blast off from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The agency is targeting three possible launch opportunities starting on August 29th, sending the deep space vehicle and three mannequins on a more than a monthlong mission around the moon and back. NASA's Jim free. This is the first time that we're going to try and launch this vehicle. We're going to be careful, we're going to work hard to meet the attempts on those dates and do our best to position ourselves to have the confidence in those dates. This launch is the beginning of a series of increasingly complex missions aimed at landing humans on the moon. The first since the Apollo program more than a half century ago. This mission dubbed Artemis one will serve as a pathfinder, testing critical systems of the vehicle like life support and its heat shield, Artemis two will follow a similar trajectory, but with astronauts on board and Artemis three will carry people bound for the lunar surface. The agency says those next moonwalkers will include a woman and person of color. Here's space policy analyst, Laura Forsyth. With all large programs that NASA runs, it has been long delayed and it has been way over budget and continues to be as we look forward to the first human lunar landing, which is currently scheduled for 2025, but is likely to slip. An internal NASA audit last year found the agency will spend up to $25 billion through 2025 on the program with each mission costing $4 billion per launch, and there's still much more work to do. NASA hopes to build a space station around the moon, the agency is working with private company SpaceX to build the first lunar lander, parts for that moon station still haven't left earth as SpaceX continues critical flight testing of the lander. Still says fork, the announcement of the launch date for this first uncrewed Artemis mission is a big step. It finally feels real because not only do we have a rocket and a mission, we have a launch date, or at least a launch range. The announcement came on the same day as another important NASA lunar milestone. It was 53 years ago that Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became
"moonwalker" Discussed on WTOP
"Hearing the case a federal grand jury says there is enough of a case to indict 47 year old Ron elfin bind for submitting $1.5 million in fraudulent claims The charges against a Doctor Who lives in Arnold Maryland comes amid a nationwide crackdown on fraud related to COVID-19 that targeted not only doctors but also the makers of phony vaccine cards 18 people in all are facing charges Mike Morello P news Well they probably thought they were done with report cards but police officers in Warrington are now handing out cards that are sort of like that to people Interact with so the officers can be graded The so called guardian score program uses real-time data analytics to understand how officers treat people You get a card with a QR code it takes you to a digital survey It's anonymous and they say just takes a minute to complete you can rate the officer on such things as listening skills fairness and professionalism In a 90 day pilot program the warrenton police department says they got mostly positive responses Three 24 next Tuesday the national law enforcement museum hosts a Q&A with three real life heroes made famous by the 2016 movie patriots day at commemorates the 9th anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing Next year will be the tenth anniversary of the Boston parents on bombing So this will be on everybody's mind FBI special agent Richard de laurier played by Kevin Bacon will join a Q&A with Boston police commissioner Ed Davis played by John Goodman and Watertown police sergeant Jeff Pujols played by J. K. Simmons And Kevin nailed me well in the movie He walked just like me in the movie He talked just like me in the movie and he wore the same clothing He'll never forget the 2013 attacks and ensuing manhunt We believe the additional bomb they threw on the streets of Watertown They intended to take the New York City and possibly a long Times Square So the actions to arrest visual car into neutralized camera and no doubt saved additional watch Jason for AW two.
KLIF 570 AM
"moonwalker" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Quick note here. If you're traveling tomorrow is the beginning of the Memorial Day weekend. Of course, A lot of people are gonna be traveling out of town. I have this note. I've been given multiple PR releases from airlines from airports. From Tex dot everywhere. Highways are expected to be packed, especially tomorrow afternoon tomorrow, beginning about noon. Airports expected to be packed. Beginning tomorrow about noon, although it wouldn't surprise me if it begins early in the morning. So if you're planning on traveling if you have not made any plans specifically, just kind of thinking I'm going to get away for a day trip. Gonna hit the road. Don't be surprised if you're caught in traffic. If you have plane tickets, the airport is going to be crowded. What every airport released says, in essence, that we're going to more people here than we've seen in more than a year. So don't be surprised. Just giving you the warning. All right, coming up. We've made the Wall Street Journal. When Texas screws things up. We do it big. We do it nationally. This latest information about what happened in February to the grid. It's some of it, we knew, but there's some things that we didn't know. At the Wall Street Journal's put out I could bring that to you coming up next. Let's check on traffic, though, right now with Bill Jackson on 5 70 Cliff. And it's sponsored by Zeke will pure Z's in Dallas on 6 35 eastbound Abrams. An accident in the right lane is keeping that stop and go from T II Boulevard and 75 Central North bound past Knox Henderson left lanes blocked by a collision. Slow going yet leaving downtown. And I thought the westbound a dolphin road and accident, blacks, the right lane I looked will walk Moonwalker north bound here rather south bound here. 1 14. That's a stolen tractor trailer with the lane blocked, so that's really jammed up there from my 35. And in South Fort Worth on I 35 w North bound at I 20 left Lane is what squeezing past tractor trailer fire should be attracted Prayer fire clean up Now it's backed up to 11 87..
"moonwalker" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Thank you. Thank you from all around the Internet and all around the continent. Welcome to says you a simple game with words played by two teams, the first of which sits stereo left. Our columnist, our critic, our much admired wordsmith, Miss Caroline Fai Fox, co writer and director of Harlem Nocturne, host of the big Broadcast and Honest to Goodness Chevalier of the Order Day out a deal yet of France. Mr Murray Horwitz. And playwright actress. Where have you seen her? Everywhere? Miss Deb Height. Who's your captain for today? I will be the captain Caroline will be the captain to the right team, too. His autobiography titled Where's My Fortune? Cookie gives a lot more ink to his first half century with the Firesign Theater than to his first half minute with says you, Mr Phil Proctor. Librettist arts critic, Emmy winning Yodeler and moonwalker, Miss Joyce Call a Wick and co founder of the Flying Karamazov Brothers director of says You Live. Will he ever get a real job? Mr Paul McGee led into, says Used 26th year by Paul Margie. Paul is going to be the captain. Our game is played in five rounds. Correct answers are worth 10 points or any fraction thereof deemed appropriate. We always advise new listeners to grab a pen and paper. Our first round is one that's always been a favorite on, says you. It's called name chains. Each of the following clues hints at three names that lead into one another for 10 points. Name the names. For example, and anyone can chime in here. Nancy's predecessor, Tatum's dad and buzzes, commander. Anyone any thoughts? Finances. Sure, Right, Right, right. You know, Neil and his predecessor. Who would that have been, Uh ladybird, Roslyn. Russ Roslyn. Yes, Rosalind Wright and Neil are no. We're trying to find somebody whose name ends in Ryan because you were right. The Tatum's dad is Ryan O'Neal. Right. And then it's Neil Armstrong. It is Neil Armstrong and Buzz is commander and Nancy's predecessor, Um, is Paul Ryan, Nancy.
"moonwalker" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Bring kids back to class full time in the Fall, Superintendent Francisco Duran warned the school board last month We received many different concerns from families about if we move back to five days in the fall that they would not feel comfortable at this time, so we are going to look at that. But during now says families are overwhelmingly choosing a full return to classes to the point that he now says the CDC guidance of three FT social distance will not be feasible with the enrollment the county's expecting, and he's urging parents to keep that in mind as they choose whether to send their kids back. The decision. Deadline's been moved to this coming Monday. John Matthews on W. M A. L and W m a l dot com Already Giuliani visited by the feds. The rate of Giuliani's home began at six Wednesday morning and lasted for about two hours, according to Giuliani's attorney. Seven FBI agents took away Elektronik, including a cell phone and a laptop computer. The investigation has been in the works for months, but the pace quickened under the Biden administration. Giuliani son Andrew briefly spoke with reporters calling the raid politically motivated. Our Justice Department should be independent of politics. Enough is enough, Ladies and gentlemen, we cannot stand for this anymore, as is customary in this type of high profile case. U. S attorney and FBI director knew in advance about the raid but did not order it. Federal authorities will not discuss the investigation. In New York. David Lee Miller, Fox News president, Biden will give his first annual address to Congress tonight. The president's annual speech to Congress is the most visually important event in American politics. But this will look very different. Only 200 people allowed in the House chamber. That's a fraction of the 1600 they usually have. With so few members. This may be the biggest change since Lyndon Johnson shifted his address to prime time in 1964. The January riot lingers in the minds of security officials. GOP South Carolina Senator Tim Scott watch to see if he talks about police Reform Foncier's Chad program will have live coverage of the speech coming up at nine Apollo 11 crew member Michael Collins has died, he would fly first to space. 1966 on Gemenon 10 where he space walked twice, he told NASA TV. The space walks of project Germany, where we're needed to prove that everything would be okay on the surface of the moon. And then he was assigned to Apollo 11, which in 69 would bring the first humans to the lunar surface. Collins rather famously, was not one of them. He stayed in the command module alone as it orbited around to the dark side of the moon out of communication range. If not for Collins, the moonwalkers would not have had a way back home. Collins retired with the rank of major general. He was 91 Evan Brown Fox News, W M A L traffic and weather next. Washington more than three million next.
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Apollo 15 astronaut Al Worden, who circled moon, dies at 88
"Celebrating the life of a hero here Apollo fifteen astronaut al Worden who circled the moon alone Wallace two crewmates drove around in the first lunar rover has passed away at the age of eighty eight his family announcing Wednesday died in his sleep in Houston warden flew to the moon in nineteen seventy one with David Scott Gemmer went as command module pilot Wharton remained in lunar orbit while Scott when descended to the surface with the Apollo program's first moon buggy that was his only spaceflight he was a NASA space astronaut class chosen in nineteen sixty six Scott's one of four Moonwalker still alive when died in nineteen ninety one R. I. P.
NASA's Artemis program will return astronauts to the moon and give us the first female moonwalker by 2024
"Was the twin sister of Apollo and goddess of the Moon in Greek mythology now artemis is the name of NASA's program to return astronauts to the lunar surface by twenty twenty four. This is innovation now when we land American astronauts on the moon again the first woman and next man will step foot where no one has been before the Moon's South Pole working with US companies and international partners NASA will push the boundaries of human exploration as a result of artists NASA will be able to establish a sustainable human presence on the moon just as Apollo inspired a generation fifty years ago. Artists will serve as an example of what humanity can do when it comes together to achieve a common goal. The moon is a treasure chest of science. Water is that may be held in the polls represents fuel and a source of power lessons we can learn about using local resources will help us prepare for exploration to farther locations and with NASA's goal of sending humans to Mars. Artists is the first step to the next era of