26 Burst results for "More Than $3.5 Billion"

"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:28 min | 4 months ago

"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Is some real progress. They've managed to extinguish this simmering fire that had been burning deep in the rubble, filling the area with smoke and ash. They've also dug this enormous trench that's helping them access more. Parts of the debris field where they're looking for survivors, hopefully, but also for human remains. Officials say. This is still a search and rescue operation. They say there is still hope. NPR's Brian Man in Surfside, Florida A bipartisan group of US senators will be lobbying their colleagues on Capitol Hill this week to win support for the compromise infrastructure deal worked out with the White House last week. NPR's Gile Snyder reports. Two key senators who negotiated the deal are sounding optimistic. Ohio Senator Rob Portman was the lead Republican negotiator on the bipartisan bill. He says he welcomes President Biden's withdrawal of remarks that were seen as a veto threat. Now we can move forward on something that really makes sense for the American people. Boardman speaking on ABC this week, West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin told ABC that President Biden is ready for Congress to send him the bill. There's no doubt in my mind. Never has been a doubt in my mind that he is anxious for this bill to pass and for him to sign the president Biden issued a statement on Saturday, saying he never intended to link passage of the compromise bill to a larger separate bill filled with Democratic priorities. Republicans have accused Biden of holding the compromise hostage trial. Snyder NPR news The US is sounding an alarm about the humanitarian crisis in Yemen. It's the world's worst After six years of war and extreme poverty, 80% of Yemen's population relies on humanitarian aid. NPR's Ruth Sherlock reports. Cutbacks in aid are now looming, the United States a special envoy to Yemen, Timothy Lender, King warns that humanitarian programs for Yemen will begin to close unless donor countries fulfil their pledges to increase funding. In March this year, the UN said it was seeking more than $3.5 billion to fund programs for more than 16 million people in Yemen. But less than half of that amount was pledged at the initial conference and the amount was a billion dollars less than the previous year, the U. N Secretary general's office said in the statement. At the time that quote cutting aid is a death sentence. Ruth Sherlock NPR NEWS Beirut This is NPR. The Federal Aviation Administration has notified Boeing that it's wide body aircraft, The 7 77 X will likely not win certification for another two years. Reuters wire service says the FAA cites several issues. Boeing had plan to put what it calls the world's largest twin engine jet into commercial service in 2024. Pile of soggy classified documents from Britain's Ministry of Defence has been found behind a bus stop in the south of England as villain Marx reports from London. A concerned member of the public has handed them over to the UK's national broadcaster, the BBC. The 50 pages of classified information wet from recent rain when discovered early Tuesday morning in the southern English county of Kent. They included internal deliberations about the routine naval ship HMS Defender was to take close to Crimea, Russian coast guard boats and military aircraft to harass the vessel. The BBC reported. Another document marked secret UK. Eyes only was addressed to the UK defence minister's private secretary and included recommendations about the country's future military presence in Afghanistan. The government said an employee had recently reported the loss of sensitive defence papers and that an investigation had been launched for NPR news. I'm Dylan marks in London. Secretary of State Antony Blinken, as in Italy, wrapping up a European trip aimed at underscoring transatlantic unity. He's meeting with Italian leaders and Pope Francis at the Vatican. Lincoln also meets today with Israel's new Foreign minister. Yeah. Year Le peed. I'm Barbara Klein. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American People. And you are all and Pamela Mon thanking the people who make public radio great every day and also those who listen..

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"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:46 min | 5 months ago

"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"66 in Pasadena and 64 in part fell. 6 35 Times The Lou Dobbs Financial Report. I'm low dimes The Federal Reserve says her economy grew is Amazon and Wal Mart said huge annual sales date. Kentucky suing CBS drugstores over the opiate crisis. Those stories next, let's see if something costs less. But people are happier with it. That sounds like something to look into. And that's Medicare. Maybe you've heard switching to Medicare to pay for health care can say the typical family 500 bucks a month. And that's huge. But it's also true that people are way more satisfied after making the switch to the customer satisfaction rate permitted share is double that of the typical health insurance plan. Double Medicare works has been around for more than a quarter century and members of shared more than $3 billion of each other's bills. People love having telehealth and a huge nationwide Peopie O network. So Yeah, you could say the ton and like it better imagine being happy without your taking care of your health care, So if you're self employed or part of the gig economy And the feds, so called Beige Book report is based on surveys from its 12 regional banks. Policymakers will meet in Washington later this month. Amazon says It'll hold its annual Prime day sale this year on June 21st and 22nd. The annual worldwide online sale generated more than $3.5 billion last year, which was 60% higher than the previous year. In response, WalMart announcing it's also planning a huge in store and online sales event..

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"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:17 min | 6 months ago

"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on WTOP

"S and battled crime Lab First on W. T. O P. Council member Charles Allen says he believes the lab's director Is unable to lead at this point, Speaking exclusively to w t O P. Charles Allen, who chairs the Public Safety Committee, says the Department of Forensic Sciences lost accreditation last month means that its director, Dr Jennifer Smith, needs to resign the loss of it in of itself. Is cause for concern and why I think we need new leadership. The city's inspector general confirmed it's criminal investigation into lab operations. In a letter to Alan obtained by W. T. O p. It says the probe into reports of management misconduct is ongoing and that it will report any findings to the U. S Attorney General Merrick Garland. This has the potential impact to be wide in significant across our entire criminal justice system. Federal prosecutors in the D. C. Attorney general have said The ideas findings could affect some 900 pending cases in D. C Superior Court. Meghan Clarity. W C. O P. News. If you happen to be in downtown D. C, you may notice the letters that black lives matter Plaza are gone. Photos are circulating on Twitter of the iconic yellow letters painted over and black was 16th Street, looking a little different, But Mayor Bowser told The Washington Post last week that black lives matter. Plaza isn't going anywhere. Right now. We're undergoing of process to make the installation more permanent. She said that they will be adding lighting and landscaping to the plaza. Black lives matter. Sort of picture on Twitter of the letter's gone and said that the movement was a performance and that it is not stopping the seriously issues in the city. Valerie Bonked w T OBY News on that the mayor's office told WT O P A short while ago The letters will be repainted this week. 7 22, You may be shocked to hear this. D C has the highest use of drugs in the U. S. It comes from a new report by wallet hub. The District of Columbia has both the highest drug use and addiction and is ranked number one and drug health and rehabilitation issues. But Vermont has the highest percentage of both teenage and adult drug users and also the second fewest number of drug arrest. West Virginia, Delaware and Washington. D C are tied for the highest number of overdose deaths. Report finds of Colorado has the highest percentage of adults with drug treatment needs that have not been met. Allison Keyes, CBS NEWS Maryland is ranked 15th for drug use and addiction. Virginia is 48th. This is National Drug prevention Week. No more than 5% of PhD students at Johns Hopkins University are black or Hispanic billionaire Mike Bloomberg says he's trying to change that. By now donating $150 million to his alma mater. The goal is to expand access to a Ph. D in math. Science, engineering and tech to those from historically black colleges and other institutions that served minorities. Over the years, Bloomberg has given Hopkins more than $3.5 billion For the first time in its 144 year history. The Washington Post has chosen a woman to be its new executive editor, Sally Busby, will take over leadership of the papers nearly 1000 person newsroom starting next month. She's currently executive editor and senior vice president of The Associated Press. Busby succeeds Martin Baron, who retired earlier this year after serving his editor since 2013 still ahead in money news, Barnes and Noble has made a purchase. It's in the world of stationary important to people when we lost pup Iris a couple of years ago, stay with us for that story. You were trying to.

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United Airlines hiring hundreds of pilots next month

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:27 sec | 7 months ago

United Airlines hiring hundreds of pilots next month

"Picking up United Airlines is apparently going more optimistic about business. Theo carrier today told its staff will soon begin hiring hundreds of pilots. That's according to CNBC, which cites an internal email at the Chicago based airline. Domestic airlines lost a total of $35 billion last year. But they expect a steady rise in bookings as more of the public gets Cove in 19 vaccinations and feels more comfortable about flying. That's your money now. Money News on Co. Mo A

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Roblox Shares Jump in Public-Markets Debut

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:23 sec | 8 months ago

Roblox Shares Jump in Public-Markets Debut

"Isn't the only company in the gaming world getting a boost from Reddit Day traders. There has been a lot of talk on Reddit about roadblocks, the digital games company that's become a cultural icon during the pandemic. Its public debut was a smash shares up by more than half their value, giving the company of value on Wall Street of more than $35 billion. Two thirds of US kids ages nine through 12 used the platform for

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"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:17 min | 11 months ago

"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The price is right now, just more than $3.5 billion. Wow, he said if he said 10, I would have said it s a lot of coin. A lot of kind. Yeah, I mean, I knew it had to be in the billions. And I mean, that's pretty remarkable, though, When you think about What That sort of financial and business legacy is And as much is, we rightly, you know, talk about LeBron and others on this program, and I would see as the sprawling business empire The Jordan brand is really something that was lightning in a bottle. I mean, I think we all remember it from being younger men. You know, it, just it caught on and then it it has just reinvented itself so many times over the years, lunching You know, my son in law is a brilliant guy. He went to tough sees Hey, works the fidelity and when the last dance came out He went out and bought a pair of air Jordans. Yeah, you know, so and Michael Jordan wanted to retire 20 years ago. Yeah, you know, I mean, how many play players sit Still, or, you know, in perpetuity, their name of their brand. I mean, years after they're gone, this Tim Hortons Donut something Canada. But, I mean, you know what else weekend bars language doing even listening to Bloomberg Business of Sports were here each and every week at the same time, plus online. Wherever you get your podcasts catch those Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. I'm Jason Kelly on Twitter, Jason Kelly news and just apologizing toe All of those poor kids in Massachusetts who had just stroll into a classroom and have Mr Lin Chie tell them how to balance their checkbooks. Maybe that's why I only lasted three days. Yeah, there they don't like which still waiting for my prize for winning number of the week. Well, I won't hold my breath on that one. You can follow me. Lin Trie, WCVB You know the Nichols ahead bees on him back then Michael Bar, you could follow me on Twitter that big bar sports. You're listening stuff. Bloomberg Business of Sports and Bloomberg Radio around the world. Yeah. Hey, yeah. Have.

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UN appeals for $35 billion to help world’s ‘most vulnerable and fragile’

UN News

01:15 min | 11 months ago

UN appeals for $35 billion to help world’s ‘most vulnerable and fragile’

"A record two hundred thirty five million people will need humanitarian assistance and protection next year. A near forty percent increase on twenty twenty which is almost entirely from covid. Nineteen the un's emergency relief. Chief said on. Tuesday mark lowcock said that the global health crisis had impacted dramatically. People already reeling from conflict record levels of displacement and climate change sharks he said that multiple famines were also looming and that the un and partners were overwhelmed. They hate your we are presenting. Is the bleakest dockage perspective on humanitarian aid period. Ahead that we have ever sat towns. I think is a reflection of fact. That's a has reached on across the whole of the most fragile unbundled boundaries on the planet this year's global humanitarian sets out plans to reach one hundred sixty million of the most vulnerable people in fifty six countries. Eight funding will be used next year to stave off famine fight poverty and keep children vaccinated and in school. Mr lowcock explained and cash will also be used from the un's central emergency relief fund to tackle rising violence against women and girls linked to the pandemic

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Jack Ma's Ant Group: World's biggest market debut suspended

Bloomberg Businessweek

02:54 min | 1 year ago

Jack Ma's Ant Group: World's biggest market debut suspended

"The top of his report about really? What is our top story are most red Story number one. On the Bloomberg terminal about China, suspending the Shanghai and Hong Kong debut of Aunt groups $35 billion offering. It was supposed to be the world's biggest IPO was supposed to happen Thursday. But it's not you knew about it. Thanks to Bloomberg New Economy editorial director Andy Brown. He's written and talked About how Antz biggest obstacles maybe the Chinese government and he is with us again on the phone in New York City, and I am so glad you're here. You know this headline hit and I think for a lot of people, it was a bit shocking. But you did write about this and kind of gave us all a heads up in a column he wrote last month. Why is it though China is doing this. You know, Jack Ma has always had an uneasy, ambiguous relationship with Chinese authorities he wants with his famously quoted saying, Love the government. But don't marry them. In other words, keep your distance, and regulators have never quite known what to make of Jack Ma. On the one hand, they look at him as the big opportunity. He's clearly a disruptive He's bringing a lot of small and medium sized enterprises into the formal economy. Putting capital that way. On the other hand, there's always being the sense among regulated that he's an accident waiting to happen. They haven't been able to decide and yesterday or today, rather They did. They decided that he's too much of a risk. And they're reining him in well. And why wait, though? Kind of to the 11th hour. You know, Andy, this is obviously a company that they've been looking at for some time. Why is it You know, is it just because Thie AIPO finally said to them we've got we've got a really now look at this more closely and maybe do something about it. Well, he made me He made a terrible a terrible political mistake. It was at a conference recently in Shanghai lit into Chinese and international financial regulators basically called them all a bunch of rusty old folks holding back innovation, stunting the dreams of young people. No, not under not understand. He said that the Basel accord with an old people and old people, he said banks in China were basically had a had a pawnshop mentality and settle this at a conference where the headline of the keynote speaker with one Cheap son He's one of the most powerful man in China, formerly he was the anti corruption czar. It is also one of the godfathers of the Chinese banking system. And once she Shawn's line at that conference with completely opposite his line was we have to be cautious. Safety First and Jack Mark comes in and says, We gotta rip it all up and start again. Long Qi Sean. Obviously, his arguments have won the day. Yeah, I

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AMD Agrees to Buy Xilinx for $35 Billion in Latest Effort to Take on Rival Intel

Balance of Power

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

AMD Agrees to Buy Xilinx for $35 Billion in Latest Effort to Take on Rival Intel

"Advancing. 10 year After Yield advanced this Tuesday Microdevices 100.76% announced the $35 gold up 4/10 billion takeover of 1% of 1910 Xilinx helping the ounce toe and blunt West concerned Texas about intermediate the impact crewed up of 2.6% growing Corona virus 39 infections. 55 Oil for a is barrel climbing of Xiling West Texas surging intermediate after crude green after to be bought the bell by will be AMG hearing from Xilinx Microsoft up now by Recapping stocks 7.9 mixed to SNP percent. lower by four Advanced Micro down Devices 1/10 of acquiring 1%. company I'm Charlie down now by Pellets. 4.7%. That is a Bloomberg business Here's Flash. where

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AMD Agrees to Buy Rival Chip Maker Xilinx for $35 Billion

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

AMD Agrees to Buy Rival Chip Maker Xilinx for $35 Billion

"And stocks are swinging between small gains and small losses as investors way corporate earnings and news of AM days $35 billion takeover of another chip maker with concerns about growing Virus infections. Technology shares are among the best performers after a MD said it would buy Xilinx Mark is rising after raising its profit

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Stock Market: Deals of the Day

Bloomberg Surveillance

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Stock Market: Deals of the Day

"Day. What you looking at this morning? Well, he kind of looking at the deal of the days. You just mentioned Paul Xilinx shares off 14% in early trading. By the maker re programmable chips accepted that takeover offer from advanced Microdevices is you mentioned valued at $35 billion your time about it all stock deal that will add to aim these data center product line and move the company into new markets. Now Andy the most active stock in early trading, It's basically moving between gains and losses at the moment, up about a quarter of a percent. Caterpillar, though down, 2.5%, the farming construction equipment maker said machinery sales fell 20% in September on a rolling three month basis Caterpillars lower even though third quarter results beat ANALYSTSAVERAGE Estimates of Bloomberg Story survey. You're seeing three M lower down about three quarters of a percent. The industrial company declined to reinstate year and forecast after third quarter earnings and sales investment instead three and will continue to provide monthly sales. Updates through year

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AMD Agrees to Buy Rival Chip Maker Xilinx for $35 Billion

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

AMD Agrees to Buy Rival Chip Maker Xilinx for $35 Billion

"Micro Devices has Greed to buy Xilinx for $35 billion in stock, taking the chipmaker into more diverse and profitable markets and adding to its data center offerings. The deal value Xilinx at about $143 a share. That's a 25% premium for its closing price. Yesterday. The deal is a coup for AMG CEO Lisa Su. It creates a company with a larger research and development budget and a broader array of products to take on Intel.

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China’s Ant Group to Raise $34 Billion in Record IPO

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

China’s Ant Group to Raise $34 Billion in Record IPO

"And Jack Marr says the ant group has set the price of its jewels. Asia AIPO, though he declined to give numbers. The Hong Kong Shanghai offering is expected to be the biggest AIPO ever aims to raise at least $35 billion plus the old five billion options it could go over Saudi Aramco share sale last year on would value and 320 billion. That's more than J. P.

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"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on KOMO

"Test within 72 hours of their arrival and get a negative result. We'll be able to skip that mandatory 14 day quarantine period. Linda Eastman is the general manager of the hotel surf Jack and she says they've been waiting for months for this day. You know when the pandemic started, we all kind of thought it was going to be a two month thing. On that we would be by July, we'd be ripping and roar and like a normal summer and Hawaii and it was not. Many business owners in Hawaii agree. This is just the first step in a long road to their recovery, But they remain optimistic. Zoom video is adding a paid events option to its services has called on zoom It will allow people to host premium events in charge other people to watch it expects the service to be available next year. Amazon says third party sellers scored a major win on its marketplace this week, hauling in more than $3.5 billion during the Prime Day event. That's an increase of almost 60% from last year, the company says. It's smart speaker. The echo dot was the most popular item we could see a little positive movement of the opening bell on Wall Street. All the arrows are pointing up the Dow futures up 93 points, for example. Traffic and weather up Next. Come on news time. 6 21 join CO mo for the next presidential debate Thursday, October 22nd at six. Hear it Live on camo news. 1000 FM 97 7 and streaming on your smart speaker. Your voice your vote. Comeau News. Welcome back to the LG Tone Free Wireless earbuds podcast. Today's guest is the notorious wireless pairing issues. Some say poor connection ruins listening experiences. What do you say that? I'm sorry. What is that? A fax? You're cutting out? I think we lost him. Well, goodbye, The wireless Perry in issues and hello to the worry free connection of LG Tone Free Wireless earbuds. LG Life's good Wouldn't it be cool if you could see what's.

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"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Least Sarah Fox News on Day two of hearings for Amy Cockney Barrett, President Trump's choice for the Supreme Court. Many Democrats, including vice presidential nominee Camel, Harris, expressed concerns about whether the would be dismantled. Trump Administration and Senate Republicans are urging the Supreme Court to strengthen the entire affordable care act and all of its patient protection. Judge Barrows head earlier today, it's up to the courts to interpret the legality of the statue structure the affordable Care act. It's a complex long statute. I think you set the policy and then I think when a court has to interpret the statute or decide how it applies in a certain circumstance, court traditional legal materials looks for the priest. The hearing continues tomorrow morning with a procedural vote planned for Thursday. President Trump Wing in the proceedings while campaigning and Johnstown, Pennsylvania will tell you. Amy's made a great impression. The president's opponent, former Vice President Joe Biden, was in Florida today. A state the president narrowly won 2016 tomorrow the president has to Iowa Independent monitors have paused enrollment in the study testing the Copa 19 anti viral drug. This is the AARP lost an experimental antibody therapy being developed by Eli Lilly. It's similar to the treatment President Trump received last week when he was diagnosed with the virus, the drug companies, they paused the enrollment out of an abundance of caution and says safety is his main concern is the frame court is effectively stopped the senses from continuing through the end of October. The Trump Administration had asked the high court to suspend the lower court order permitting. The 2020 cents is to continue through the end of the month. Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor dissented. Writing meeting the deadline at the expense of the accuracy of the senses is not a cause for paying America's listening. W male News at 10 02 on Ryan Pierre's. A dozen members of the 13 are now in custody, accused of drug trafficking and murders that happened in Woodbridge in dump priest last year. Kim Dawson is with the FBI because of the hard work of this investigation. Over the past year, guns and drugs were taken off the street 16 individuals were charged for homicides. And drug trafficking and a clique of Emma's 13 was dismantled. The gang members are accused of bringing cocaine to Northern Virginia from New York City. Even with more students learning remotely. One local school system wants to add more holidays to the school calendar. Parents in Prince William County or being asked away in whether Dad more religious holidays or religion, Judaism Islam Dr Bobber Latif to chair the Prince William County School board, pointing out of the school district, United States. Percent of our students are of some ethnic pretty way just wantto address the the school board's decision would impact next year school calendar. Barbara Brit W E Mail and w l dot com A success story from the before times, Arlington Let Virginia domestic tourism spent last year tourist spent more than $3.5 billion in Arlington last year, a year over year increase of more than 4% and a bulge. That slightly widened the gap over Fairfax County, which came in second. Arlington accounted for more than 13% of the state's domestic tourism revenue, bringing in more than $133 million in state and nearly $100 million in local tax. I knew these newly released figures or a time capsule from days that are long gone, for now, a reflection of a world of leisure and business travel that for now no longer exists. John Matthews on W. M A L and w e mail dot com. And tonight, the Virginia Department of Election says their system's back up and running as voters to register w male news time. 10 04 now w. E mail, traffic and weather from the Hadid carpet cleaning traffic center 3 95 North bound between Insel and Duke Street, the two left lanes closed her roadwork and then you'll find the two left lanes closed once again on 3.

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"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Just take Virginia's an example. We know what's going on in beginning but about people that maybe are in Kentucky or West Virginia, Louisiana. Well, they're open. They're open because they don't have a governor. Governor Ralph Northam. Coming up. Sean Spicer joins us brand new book and plenty to talk about in the news today. LF Woodbridge Washington now more than ever depend on 105.9 FM, a cumulus stations news mail music for 30 I'm Maria Leaf New tonight a lawsuit going after the author of another presidential tell all book. Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, author of a Tell All book About First Lady Melania Trump has been sued by the Justice Department for breaking their non disclosure agreement. The DOJ has asked the court to set aside profits from the book, which was published six weeks ago in a government trust, DOJ spokeswoman saying in a statement. This was a contract with the United States and therefore enforceable by the United States. The DOJ, however, may not have standing to sue as the first lady is not a government employee at the White House. John Decker Fox News isn't with most students learning remotely. One local school district wants to add more holidays to the school calendar parents in Prince William County or being asked away in whether Dad more religious holidays, RELIGION Judaism Islam Dr Bobber Latif to chair the Prince William County School board, pointing out We have school this United States 70% of our students are of some ethnic way. Just wantto address the the school board's decision would impact next year school calendar. Farber breathe W e mail and w l dot com Success story from the before times, Arlington led Virginia in domestic tourism spending last year. Tourist spent more than $3.5 billion in Arlington last year, a year over year increase of more than 4% and a bulge that slightly widened the gap over Fairfax County, which came in second Arlington accounted for more than 13% of the state's domestic tourism revenue. Bringing in more than $133 million in state and nearly $100 million in local tax revenue. These newly released figures or a time capsule from days that are long gone, for now, a reflection of a world of leisure and business travel that for now no longer exists. John Matthews on W. E Mail and w e mail dot com The NFL looking to expand their covert 19 testing protocols as we all make our way through the pandemic our first time through the lineup, so to speak. We learn as we go. We make adjustments as necessary. Sports leagues continued to do. This Major league baseball first round its regular season with teams playing in their home stadiums, but then decided to move the playoffs. Interest included bubbles and they'll be dealt with an outbreak on the Miami Marlins and cases on other teams and rules became more strict Justus they have in the NFL has more games get postponed because of cases of covered 19. This week, the NFL made more adjustments to its covert 19 protocols. The greatest change, perhaps The NFL will begin to test players, coaches and some staff members on game days, which it hadn't done to this point. But rapid tests will get conducted at team hotels and more bio reference testing. Staff will travel with teams Jared Max Fox News Checking Your Money. The Dow finished the day down. 158 points the S.

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"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Legal marijuana is in the news this morning Maura on the country that is poised to become the biggest legal pot country in the world. But first the city of Sacramento may add 10 new storefronts to sell marijuana KPK Aubrey Aquino reports. Sacramento currently has 30 pot shops with store friends, and none are owned by a black man or woman. The idea to allow additional licenses to open more dispensaries has been in discussions for years in counseling. Jaysh inner believes now is the time and it's the right thing to dio. Oakland has far fewer dispensaries and we have Denver Has over 230 dispensaries in the city of Denver. So I think going from 30 to 40 is a reasonable amount and again looks at the goals that we have around equity. He also thinks this move could lead the way on how to address issues around equity here and elsewhere. The thing people will look at Sacramento. This is something that we want to emulate, and I think that that would become the wind for everyone General says he expects the council to approve the plan. Aubrey Aquino News 93.1 KFBK, Mexico is poised to become the world's Largest legal cannabis market after decades of restrictive drug policies and bloody cartel wars. KFBK is Jensen Raeder reports. The L A Times reports that lawmakers have until December 15th to make marijuana legal after the Supreme Court rules. A band was unconstitutional. As that deadline draws closer. It sparks more debate over how legalization should be enacted and who will benefit Both sides argued that legalization could change the criminal landscape in Mexico and reduce cartel related violence. Jensen Raider News 93.1 KFBK A San Francisco federal appeals court has ruled that President Trump's bid to redirect more than $3.5 billion in Defense Department funds to pay for building his border wall is illegal. Kate McKay's Dina Kodiak reports The 2 to 1 decision by a three judge panel of the ninth U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals upholds a lower court ruling by an Oakland federal judge. California Attorney General Javier Becerra is praising the decision for quote putting a stop to this desperate attempt by President Trump to steal public funds. California and eight other states sued to block the transfer of funds. Dina Kodiak News 93.1 KFBK State officials are looking into several unofficial ballot drop off box is that Upped up in recent days Thes air in Los Angeles, Orange and Fresno counties. They've also been discovered at political party offices, candidate headquarters and churches. It's believed at least according to the Orange County Register, that these were put in place by the GOP, But the secretary of state is looking into that Alex Padilla. He is coordinating with local elections officials to look into these reports. 7 35 time for your top national stories. The ongoing cooperation hearing for judging Amy Cockney buried to the Supreme Court members of the Senate Judiciary Committee on both sides of the aisle. Making their case is not so much for weather. Barrett should be confirmed, but whether any nominee should be confirmed so close to Election Day, Republican Senator Chuck Grassley, saying the Senate is called at this moment to carry out the confirmation. The Senate is now tasked with carrying out perhaps its most solemn duty. Under the Constitution. Democratic Senator Dick Durbin of Illinois, during his statement, remarking on the unseemliness of the fast tracking on these confirmation proceedings. The speed with which Republicans are moving to fill this vacancy stands in sharp contrast. To the approach taken by the same Senate Republicans the last time there was a vacancy in election year in 2016. Barrett has yet to make her opening statements with continuing coverage. The Barrett confirmation hearing. I'm Dave Packer, ABC News, a local crackdown on illegal fireworks. Interesting timing just for Thanksgiving. Right again. Good news for your neighborhood giving up in three minutes. Your voice can do your vote. No one will be safe in by Newsom can't even call it We're here to make sense of it for you campaign. 2020 on Sacramento's news. Any 3.1 kfbk Christine, let's be honest about our daily oral care routine is a bit of a process. Most of us don't do it right, and nobody really likes doing it. It's all leading to problems when we finally have that's dental checkup we've been putting off I'm Simon and of a founder of quip, a better way to care for your mouth. We make your daddy or okay routine more simple, affordable and even enjoyable without ultra slim and simple to use electric toothbrush a kid's brush, they actually look forward to using refreshing mint. And watermelon, anti.

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"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Meteorologists, Isaac only news 93.1 kfbk Right now in Sacramento. We have 55 degrees and the air quality is good. Here's what's trending on this Monday morning. Legal marijuana in the news this morning Morano country poised to become the biggest legal pot country in the world in a moment, But first, the city of Sacramento may add 10 new storefronts granting permits to ex cons to sell marijuana. KPK Sabatino reports. Sacramento currently has 30 pot shops with store friends, and none are owned by a black man or woman. The idea to allow additional licenses to open more dispensaries has been in discussions for years in counseling Jae shin or believes now is the time and it's the right thing to dio. Oakland has far fewer dispensaries. And we have Denver has over 230 dispensaries in the city of Denver. So I think going from 30 to 40 is a reasonable amount and again looks at the goals that we have around. Pretty. He also thinks this move could lead the way on how to address issues around equity here and elsewhere. The thing people will look at Sacramento. This is something that we want to emulate, and I think that that would become the win for everyone General says he expects the council to approve the plan. Aubrey Aquino News, 93.1, Kfbk and Christina. There's a lot to this story and always going to be joining us in about 12 minutes or so to get in depth more about the ex cons who could get permits and more aspects of this story and again, that's about 12 minutes. Okay, Mexico is poised to become The world's largest legal cannabis market after decades of restrictive drug policies and bloody cartel wars K of the case, Jensen Raeder reports The L A Times reports that lawmakers have until December 15th to make marijuana legal after the Supreme Court rules. A band was unconstitutional. As that deadline draws closer. It sparks more debate over how legalization should be enacted and who will benefit Both sides argued that legalization could change the criminal landscape in Mexico and reduce cartel related violence. Jensen RAIDER NEWS 93.1 KFBK SAN Francisco Federal appeals court has ruled that President Trump's bid to redirect more than $3.5 billion in Defense Department money to pay for his border wall is illegal KFBK is Dina Kodiak reports. The 2 to 1 decision by a three judge panel of the ninth U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals upholds a lower court ruling by an Oakland federal judge. California Attorney General Javier Becerra is praising the decision for quote putting a stop to this desperate attempt by President Trump to steal public funds. California and eight other states sued to block the transfer of funds. Dina Kodiak News 93.1 KFBK, Let's get you caught up now on this hour's top national stories on news 93.1. Senate Judiciary Committee member.

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"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on KOMO

"The 53,400 block of state route to heading eastbound in Sultan. Our next report is at 5 34 Evan Smith couple traffic. The Kamo forecast. We're tracking blustery conditions across the greater Seattle area in western Washington as a whole in general, those Gus tonight ranging between 20 and 40 MPH, But I can't entirely rule out some isolated higher gusts over communities like North Bend or possibly the South Sound. Those wind speeds start gradually subsiding after midnight, dying down overall by sunrise tomorrow. Similarly, we will be dealing some rain tonight. With that, starting to wrap up tomorrow morning meteorologists. Abby accounting to come a weather center Hurricane Delta, leaving a trail of devastation in its wake after making landfall in Louisiana last week. Thousands of residents still without power, some without liveable homes. Some, though, like the corny heirs of Lake Charles were lucky. This time ABC senior meteorologist Rob Marciano was there in Southwest Louisiana. People there now left to pick up the pieces. Once again. Hurricane Delta bring a demoralizing blow to the city of Lake Charles. Just six weeks after Category four, Hurricane Laura struck in nearly the same spot down the street. The corneas they're seeing their house for the first time. Since evacuated to Houston, nine hours nine hours. Yes, so many homes with blue tarps on them from the last hurricane and now many of the tourney up from Hurricane Delta. President Trump's bid to redirect more than $3.5. Billion in Defense Department funds to pay for building his border wall is illegal, according to a San Francisco federal appeals court. The 2 to 1 decision by a three judge panel of the ninth U. S Circuit Court of Appeals upholds a lower court ruling by an Oakland federal judge. California Attorney General Javier Becerra is praising the decision for quote, putting a stop to this desperate attempt by President Trump to steal public funds. California and eight other states sued to block the transfer of One's Deena Kodiak, NBC news radio. Have you been to a Burlington Lately? They have incredible deals on amazing brands and styles at up to 60% off 30 Taylor's prices, no coupons or sales, just fabulous values.

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"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on KOMO

"Oh, still working under collusion 1/13 at the Lake City Way blocking a couple lanes of there. We have tree debris on highway 508 New Day Road. Use caution going through that area and a fire response on the freeway South down five at the convention center at slowing things down just a bit in that area there. Next report is at 3 30 for him. Haven't Smith call traffic Thiss afternoon. The clouds are increasing along with the rain and the breezy conditions out there temperatures upper fifties and lower sixties Now for the next 24 hours a rainy night ahead windy, too. Even a few spotty power outages. Boy, the rain totals for today are gonna add up to a quarter, maybe even a half inch of rain and then over the next few days on Monday, partly sunny skies in the afternoon just before another system shows up on Tuesday, making for more rain, wind and even a chance for a thundershower in a couple of turns on cos. Hurricane Delta, leaving a trail of devastation in its wake after making landfall in Louisiana last week. Thousands of residents still without power, some without liveable homes. Some, though, like the corny heirs of Lake Charles were lucky. This time ABC senior meteorologist Rob Marciano was there in Southwest Louisiana. People there now left to pick up the pieces. Once again. Hurricane Delta bring a demoralizing blow to the city of Lake Charles. Just six weeks after Category four, Hurricane Laura struck in nearly the same spot down the street. The corneas they're seeing their house for the first time. Since evacuated to Houston. Nine hour Yes, so many homes with blue tarps on them from the last hurricane and now many of the tourney up from Hurricane Delta. President Trump's bid to redirect more than $3.5. Billion in Defense Department funds to pay for building his border wall is illegal, according to a San Francisco federal appeals court. The 2 to 1 decision by a three judge panel of the ninth U. S Circuit Court of Appeals upholds a lower court ruling by an Oakland federal judge. California Attorney General Javier Becerra is praising the decision for quote, putting a stop to this desperate attempt by President Trump to steal public funds. California and eight other states sued to block the transfer of One's Deena Kodiak, NBC news radio. Sales of both new and existing homes has strong showings in August. The National Association of Realtors say existing home.

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"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Motor Vehicle Commission location is temporarily closed because of covert 19 Paul to Castro reports the NBC licensing centre located them. Patterson is being closed until at least October, 16th after an employee tested positive for the Corona virus, NBC officials say the last time the infected employee worked at the Patterson branch was October 1st. This is the agency's third location to shut down this month because of the virus. The Newark location is also closed until October 16th while the North Bergen Center is closed until October. 20th a federal appeals court in San Francisco, says President Trump's bid to redirect more than $3.5 billion in Defense Department funds to pay for building his border wall. Is illegal. The 2 to 1 decision by a three judge panel of the ninth U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals upholds a lower court ruling by Oakland Federal Judge California and eight other states sued to block the transfer of funds. Co founder of the Motion Picture Company, which brought Caddyshack Arthur and desperately seeking Susan to the big screen has died. Lisa Taylor reports, the Hollywood reporter says William Bernstein died Thursday at his Bel Air home from Parkinson's disease at age 87. Bernstein, Mike Medavoy, Arthur Krim, Robert Benjamin and Eric Klesko left United Artists in 1978 to form or Ryan Pictures. Bernstein came up with the name Orion, saying the constellation has five stars just like us. The studio also produced the 19 eighties hits Hannah and her Sisters. Platoon three Amigos and Amadeus Bernstein left the company in 92 to become an executive vice president of Paramount Pictures. Lisa Taylor Rafael Nadal has won the French Open. He defeated Novak Djokovic 606275 at Roland Garros Sunday. I'm Cameron Fairchild. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg News Room. The Corona virus may remain infectious for weeks on money, glass and other common surfaces. That is the disturbing news, according to research by Australia's top bio security laboratory that highlights risks from paper, currency, touch screen devises and grab handles and rails. Scientists at the Australian Center for Disease Preparedness published results of the study in the Virology journal. New York City officials have announced the closing of two aging jail facilities more from Bloomberg's Dinis Pellegrini. The Manhattan detention complex in lower Manhattan, nicknamed the Tombs, and the Otis Bantam Correctional Center on Rikers Island, will stop housing inmates before the end of November. The facilities currently house about 750 people combined and the closing star, part of a broader plan. Approved by the New York City Council last year to shut down the Rikers Island complex by 2026 replace it with four smaller jails intended to be more modern and more humane. Sinisa Pellegrini Bloomberg Radio contact.

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"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Closed because of covert 19 Paul de Castro reports CNBC Licensing centre located them. Patterson is being closed until at least October, 16th after an employee tested positive for the Corona virus, NBC officials say the last time the infected employee worked at the Patterson branch was October 1st. This is the agency's third location to shut down this month because of the virus. The Newark location is also closed until October 16th while the North Bergen Center is closed until October. 20th a federal appeals court in San Francisco, says President Trump's bid to redirect more than $3.5 billion in Defense Department funds to pay for building his border wall. Is illegal. The 2 to 1 decision by a three judge panel of the ninth U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals upholds a lower court ruling by an Oakland federal judge, California and eight other states sued to block the transfer of funds. The co founder of the Motion Picture Company, which brought Caddyshack Arthur and desperately seeking Susan to the big screen, has died. Lisa Taylor. Reports, the Hollywood reporter says William Bernstein died Thursday at his Bel Air home from Parkinson's disease at age 87. Bernstein, Mike Medavoy, Arthur Krim, Robert Benjamin and Eric Klesko left United Artists in 1978 to form or Ryan Pictures. Bernstein came up with the name Orion, saying the constellation has five stars just like us. The studio also produced the 19 eighties hits Hannah and her Sisters, Platoon three Amigos and Amadeus Bernstein left. Company in 92 to become an executive vice president of Paramount Pictures. Lisa Taylor Rafael Nadal has won the French Open. He defeated Novak Djokovic 606275 at Roland Garros Sunday. I'm Cameron Fairchild, NBC news radio. Hello. Santa Fe, Josh Schultz Zakarian's sons here, People ask us what makes Zakarian's sons homes different from other builders. We answer tradition. Zakarian's sons family has been building homes for six generations..

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"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"One Democrat senator says Republicans are intent on getting Amy Cockney Barrett confirmed to the Supreme Court. They want her on that court to hear the affordable care act case on November 10th one week after the election so that she can strike it down Senator Maisy Hirono of Hawaii. Made those comments on CNN's state of the union. Top White House economic adviser refuses to give up hope when it comes to passing a new stimulus package. We're asking for some targeted areas of assistance that would help this recovery. It is a V shaped recovery, but their key areas of good help on CNN's state of the union, Larry Kudlow mentioned unemployment assistance. More help for small businesses and direct checks to Americans. But Kudlow says the recovery is not dependent on a new stimulus package. A senior advisor to the Trump campaign, says she puts her faith in the White House medical team when it comes to President Trump's health. Lisa Taylor has Mohr Lara Trump told Fox News Sunday that if the White House doctor says the president isn't at risk of infecting others with Corona virus, that must be the case. The president's physician, Sean Conley, released an update on Trump's health yesterday, saying he'd been without a fever for more than a day. Conley said He'll continue to look after the president as he resumes normal activities. Lisa Taylor, Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson hopes for leadership from both presidential campaigns when it comes to dealing with covert 19. I hope that we see in the next few weeks from both campaigns and example That we can set for the winter because that is the one tool that we have to keep the virus down on CNN's state of the union, the Republican added. There should be no big gatherings unless social distancing is enforced. I'm Cameron Fairchild. President Trump's son, Eric says his father wants to debate Democrat nominee Joe Biden face to face on a bee sees this week. The younger Trump says in person debates have been a feature of the nation's politics. He described a virtual debate as a glorified conference call. A second debate set for this week won't happen after dispute about the gathering being held virtually A federal appeals court in San Francisco, says President Trump's bid to redirect more than $3.5 billion in Defense Department funds to pay for building his border wall is illegal. 2 to 1 decision by a three judge panel of the ninth U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals upholds a lower court ruling by an Oakland federal judge, California and eight other states sued to block the transfer of funds. A Denver TV station says the security guard arrested for shooting and killing a protester Saturday afternoon was working for them. Jim Forbes has the story. Kus TV says police took one of their producers and a contract Security guard had hired through Pinkerton. Into custody following the shooting that took place at the end of two competing rallies. The producer was later released. A Denver Post photographer took a picture just before the shooting that shows a man spraying Mace at another man. Who was armed with a gun to groups were in the area for protest. Dodgers stadium could have plenty of fans on hand when the team battles Theat Lanta Braves in the National League Championship Series. Joel Stern has more doctors, fans will be able to wash the upcoming National League championship Series of Chavez Ravine. After all, just not in the stadium. The team will host driving viewing parties of DR Stadiums parking laws where fans would watch the series with the Braves on 60 ft screens while listening to the game through an FM radio transmitter. Costs $75 per vehicle Game one Monday in Arlington, Texas. I'm Cameron Fairchild. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg News Room. The Corona virus may remain infectious for weeks on money, glass and other common surfaces. That is the disturbing news, according to research by Australia's top bio security laboratory that highlights risks from paper currency, touch screen devices and grab handles and rails. Scientists at the Australian Center for Disease Preparedness published results of the study in the Virology journal. New York City officials have announced the closing of two aging jail facilities more from Bloomberg's Dinis Pellegrini. The Manhattan detention complex in lower Manhattan, nicknamed the Tombs, and the Otis Bantam Correctional Center on Rikers Island, will stop housing inmates before the end of November. The facilities currently house about 750 people combined, and the closings are part of a broader plan. Approved by the New York City Council last year to shut down the Rikers Island.

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"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"King right now in the newsroom President Trump's plan visit to L A next week may not happen now that he and the first lady lady have tested positive for covert 19. Trump was planning to visit for a fundraiser Tuesday in between re election rallies in Arizona. Trump and Melania are quarantined at the White House, both apparently experiencing mild symptoms of the virus. Mexican workers have been sending money they make in the US back to their families in Mexico during the pandemic in near record numbers, Thea get in August, the workers sent more than $3.5 billion in so called Remittances back to Mexico. That's the second highest amount on record for a single month. A family in Walnut got a rather rude awakening this morning, a car in their swimming pool. See, each piece is a driver was going too fast while exiting the 60 Bria Canyon Boulevard last night hit a curb, rolled, crashed through a fence and landed in the family's pool. Hopefully, it's not that bad on the 1 10 check next. Hello. Hi, Bri. I'm a helpful Southern California Honda person and I'm calling to give you a random act of helpfulness. So that's amazing. We heard you could use help getting a new laptop for teaching remotely. Yeah, I boyfriend music to mostly learning to table two. And right now I can't run. Any music programs are do podcasts for them. Once I blew their attention, it's really difficult to get it back. Right. So just to have me were updated equipment would be a lot better. Well, Honda would like to help. We're going to get you a brand new laptop for your music classes. Okay, let's just made them They're going to be so excited. Today we help the teacher stay connected to her students..

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"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Says this year taking the census is especially important where we need jobs. We need to help build this economy that was putting aside covert 19. Now we have bigger champ. We're trying to overcome those challenge. We're never going to truly completely overcome this challenge until we get past Got to keep people alive because of the corona virus pandemic, The Census Bureau pushed back its schedule announcing plans to end the count at the end of October. Instead of July, A number of Chicago public school students are still not taking part in online classes two weeks into the school year more from W. G. M's Pam Jones during yesterday's school board meeting, CPS chief education officer LaTonya make dates that as many as 6900 Children were still missing from virtual classes At the end of last week, School district employees have been called Ling families to find out where their Children are and what resource is they need to get back in school, McDade said. Some of the missing students have transferred outside of the district or to charter schools. Pam Jones w G. A news The Illinois Department of Public Health announced another 2257 new cases of Corona virus today, as well as 30 deaths. They conducted a whopping 62,000 tests in the past 24 hours. Statewide positivity remains at 3.5%. 1/4 Corona virus stimulus package has been stalled in Congress for months, even as lawmakers in both parties same more relief is needed. Democrats accused the Trump Administration of inaction. But in a Senate hearing today, Treasury Secretary Stephen Newton said the administration is willing tto work with Congress. I believe a targeted packages still needed and the administration is ready to reach a bipartisan agreement. I would also encourage this the Senate to pass promptly. The bipartisan continuing resolution that was passed in the House and United will be the first airline to offer Cove in 19 tests before boarding flights. Will be rapid tests with results back in 15 minutes to know that everybody who takes one is negative, and that's only on flights from San Francisco to Hawaii that will allow passengers to avoid 14 day quarantines when they arrive on the islands. Hawaii has been hit especially hard during the pandemic because most travelers have not wanted to stay in their hotel rooms for 14 days before venturing out and the state has enforced that rule. WG and sports. Here's Dave innit White socks and Cubs play each other starting tomorrow, but first one more game for each the Cubs in Pittsburgh one more time Alec Mills on the mound later, it's the White Sox in Cleveland, looking to salvage one Dallas cycle facing Zach, Please, Zach, our pre game it for 35. MLB and Turner Sports have extended their deal. A seven year extension worth more than $3.5 billion. Thursday night Football Oh into Miami out of one and one Jacksonville, David it w GM Sports In my Jansen has your forecast way are expecting dry and partly cloudy condition for the rest of today, with highs in the upper seventy's a few Sprinkles. Maybe even a stray shower are possible this evening, then look for decreasing clouds overnight with lows in the upper fifties. Mostly sunny, warm and dry on Friday with a high near 80 inland mid seventies at the lakefront. Partly cloudy, warm and breezy hero on Saturday, with high reaching the mid eighties, partly sunny on Sunday chancellors while he's getting showers highs in the upper seventies weekend. And partly sunny on Monday, still a chance for hitting the showers with highs in the mid sixties who is still here on Tuesday. Mostly Claudia Chance for scattered showers with highs in the lower sixties from the weather Center meteorologist like Chance your money on W G N Here's O'Ryan Samuelson Sales of new US single family homes increased to their highest level in nearly 14 years in August. Commerce Department said today that new home sales rose 4.8%. Who is seasonally adjusted annual rate of a little more than a million units last month. That is the highest levels in September of 2000 and six In August. New home sales rose 5%.

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"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"more than $3.5 billion" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Over the coming year, a guaranteed rolling 90 day supply of Peopie fair wage increases and more Alexandra Bush, WG and news. The contract must be ratified by a majority vote of all 1400 nurses in the union before it takes effect. Early voting for the November election starts today in Illinois. This includes all counties except for Cook early voting there begins at a few locations on October 7th and will expand on October 19th in Chicago. Early voting will start October 1st at the city's a loop Super site Ward polling sites open on October 14th. Election. Authorities will also start sending out mail in ballots to those who have requested them. FBI director Chris Ray says the bureau is keenly focused on preserving the integrity of US elections. Ray told a Senate hearing that foreign interference will not be tolerated in November's national elections. He recently told a house hearing that Russia is again trying to interfere in the presidential election. And speaking of Russia, it appears Russian President Vladimir Putin is being nominated for the Nobel. Peace price. It's unclear why, but media reports in Moscow say he was nominated this month by a group of Russian writers led by Sergei Conk off those reports. Don't say what Putin did to earn the nomination, but he was nominated in 2013 for trying to stop the U. S invasion of Syria. Your later Russian troops allegedly invaded Crimea and took that from Ukraine. W. Jan. SPORTS Here's Dave in it. The White Sox and Cubs play each other starting tomorrow, but first one more game for each the Cubs in Pittsburgh. One more time Alec Mills on the mound later, it's the White Sox in Cleveland looking to salvage one Dallas cycle facing Zach, Please Zach, our pregame at 4, 35. MLB and Turner Sports have extended their deal. A seven year extension worth more than $3.5 billion. Thursday night Football Oh into Miami out of one and one Jacksonville, David it w G and sports. And.

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