35 Burst results for "More Than 20,000"
Russia's Wagner boss says more than 20,000 of his troops died in Bakhmut battle
"The fact that militia, which is aiding Russia wage war on Ukraine. Says thousands have lost their lives. Wagner's chief says his false has lost more than 20,000 soldiers in the drawn out battle for bakhmut, with about 20% of the 50,000 Russian convicts he recruited to fight in the 15 month war dying in the eastern Ukrainian city. The figures in stark contrast with claims for Moscow for its lost just over 6000 troops in the war. It's also higher than the official estimate of the Soviet losses in the Afghanistan war of 15,000 troops between 1979 and 1989, the Ukrainian general staff says that heavy fighting is continuing in days after Russia said it's completely captured the devastated city. I'm Charles De Ledesma
"more than 20,000" Discussed on WTOP
"Recognize the vast resources of the federal government. And Prince William county, students are rewarded for good attendance when you're up in the morning and off to school. It's one way the school is actually tackling a region wide rise in students missing, at least 10% of each and every school year. Principal Christina treadwell says the school's chronic absenteeism rate fell from 17 to 22% last year to 6% this year, part of the success has been educating parents. A lot of parents think that when they bring a doctor's note in that that erases the absence and they're back at zero. And that's, in fact, not what it is. The school also makes attendance a competition rewarding good attendance during time such as before winter break when students may be inclined to start vacation early, assistant principal, Chris McManus. They know that if they do earn perfect attendance and they fill up the chart that we will follow through on giving them a prize. Scott gelman WTO P news. Many teachers in Virginia are breathing a sigh of relief this morning after the state's board of education voted to automatically extend teaching licenses. The jobs of thousands of teachers in the state were left in limbo because the department was seen big delays in processing teaching license applications. Many teachers have waited months actually for this approval. The department says this morning staffing shortages and process changes are behind the delays more than 20,000 licenses were set to expire next month, about 15,000 of those are renewable and we're told will be extended. Out of the top stories we're following for you Friday morning on WTO title 42, the COVID era restrictions that allow the government to quickly expel migrants to Mexico
US says 20,000 Russians killed in Ukraine war since December
"The White House says he now estimates Russian casualties in Ukraine have sharply gone up the past several months. Since December. We estimate that Russia has suffered more than a 100,000 casualties, including over 20,000 killed in action. National Security Council spokesman John Kirby says it's stunning. It's three times the number of killed in action that the United States faced on the Guadalcanal campaign in World War II. And that was over the course of 5 months as well. In November, The Pentagon estimated Russia had suffered well over 100,000 killed or wounded in the wars first 8 months. Kirby will not publicly give an estimate for Ukrainian casualties. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
Ed Sheeran testifies in "Let's Get It On" copyright suit
"Testimony continues Wednesday in a New York courtroom in a case involving musician Ed Sheeran and the estate of a co writer of a Marvin Gaye song. I'm marching a letter with the latest. Ed Sheeran testified yesterday he would be an idiot to stand in front of 20,000 people and admit he ripped off a song at issues whether Sheeran song thinking out loud copies the Marvin Gaye song, let's get it on, co written by late songwriter Ed Townsend. Lawyers for the Townsend estates say video showing sheer and flipping between the two songs and concert are tantamount to a confession. Sheeran says it's easy to weave the songs because they're in the same key, townshend's daughter, Catherine Townsend Griffin, told reporters outside court she wants to protect her father. All I'm expecting is his name to be honored and his work and his legacy
'Awesome' solar eclipse wows viewers in Australia, Indonesia
"Under a cloudless sky about 20,000 spectators watched a rare sailor eclipse plunge part of Australia's northwest coast into brief midday darkness, thousands gathered in the remote tourist town of exmouth, which was touted as one of the best places to see the eclipse, camping in tents and trailers on a red dusty plain on the edge of the town, the crowds couldn't contain their wonder as they experienced the moments. NASA astronomer Henry throop was among those at ex Smith cheering loudly in the darkness. It's only a minute long, but it really felt like a long time because it was like you could see it and it was just beautiful and there's nothing else you can see which looks like that. It was just, it was just awesome. The eclipse also crossed remote parts of Indonesia and East Timor, such celestial events happen about once every decade, the last one was in 2013, and the next one isn't until 2031. I am Karen Chammas
Luke Gromen Paid Off His Mortgage With Bitcoin
"So September 20 shortly after we spoke, I ratcheted up my allocation pretty meaningfully actually. When it broke over 20,000 November of 2020, if you remember it was Thanksgiving weekend here. And I looked at my wife and I said, it went through 20,000 with such authority, having been in markets a long time. I just said, that's meaningful. So I ratchet it up my allocation. I bet it peak, I was probably in 2021. I don't know, I was probably 40% at one point. Of my liquid net worth between what I bought in four Q 20 and one Q 21, early one Q 21. And then what it ran to, that summer, June of 21, I actually sold most of it. To be blunt, I paid off my house. I just figured, you know what? Worst case. Love it. I'm gonna get that free on this. And again, haven't been around markets. The pace at which it grow and you were seeing the fed start to talk about talk about tightening. So it was just like, okay, you know what? Worst case, I'm out of debt. So I did that still owned by 5% of my liquid net worth. Began adding back in at the end of 21, too early, of course. But it is what it is. And then have actually, again, having been around markets long enough, people always say, you know, you want to, what is the famous Rothschild? You want to buy when there's blood in the streets, even if it's yours. Having been around markets and watching what happened with the exchanges last year in the fall, that to me was sort of like a classic, okay. This is a liquidation. And yes, some of the blood is mine. And so I actually reentered it back up pretty meaningfully. And you really sub 20 again. So we're back to full circle. Here we go. Full circle, but with no mortgage now. That's exactly it. And yeah, my guess is now I'll probably have a little bit more discipline or more holding power because I won't have that temptation. I'm like, hey, well, I could just get completely out of debt because I'm largely completely added that already.
All Quiet on the Western Front: A Movie You'll Love and Hate
"Good morning, sunny. Thank you, how's it going? Good, I need to ask you about all quiet on the western front. Which I got from Netflix this week. And it's awfully good and I can't finish it. Instead I've been reading about World War I, you know, a 140,000 French man dead in four days in the first battle of the war, three years later, 20,000 Brits die in one day. They're antietam in their entire history. It's just so grim. What did you make of all quiet on the western front? All quiet on the western front is one of those movies that's very frustrating to me because it's very clearly a well made picture. I admire a lot of it. The shots were very, very well constructed. The editing was very well done. The acting is all very good. And yet I still didn't really like it very much. It really, it just insists upon itself in the sense that, you know, it's a movie about it's a movie with a very specific point. War is bad. And it wars pointless and wars meaningless and it really drives that home over and over and over again to the extent that I really think the most effective part of the film is the opening, I don't know, the first ten or 12 minutes or so, which is I agree. Like a little short story in and of itself, right? The naivete of youth concerning war. Right. So in the opening 12 minutes, there's the sequence in which a young man is basically convinced to go off to war and he goes against the wishes of the parents and he's only 17 and he dies pointlessly and tragically and the next batch of recruits gets his jacket. It's a really well done sequence, but that gets to the whole point of the movie and the rest of the movie is just that ten minutes over and over again.
General Mike Flynn Talks the Open Warfare of Washington, DC
"Trump, he was not as savvy about the ways of Washington D.C.. I mean, the guy had only been there, probably less than 9 or ten times. Let me look, let's be honest, no one was particularly savvy about this. I mean, I was completely deluded or thought, well, there's some truth to it. It wasn't until the advent of Trump that this blew up and that we basically flush the birds from the bushes and we kind of saw, oh, we didn't know what we had. Now we see it, and it's now it's open warfare effectively. Yeah, it is open warfare. And it's open. It's open ideological warfare. And you know, I call it, I call it 5th generation warfare. It's a war of narratives. You know, it's a combination of hybrid, unrestricted, irregular, if you want to use those types of words for people that want to go look those up and I've written a book about that. You know, the citizens guide to 5th generation warfare. And that's kind of what we're at right here at home. So that's the 5th generation warfare component of it because it's a mix of this war of narratives that is a, that is a complete shift. These are tectonic shifts domestically about the direction that our country that people in our country want to take us, ideologically, politically, right? Sociologically culturally, in order to change, you know, if you're in a I've let big organizations up to and including organizations with as many as 20,000 people, you know, from a platoon of 45 to the defense intelligence agency of 20,000. And whenever you want to affect an organization, you have to understand its culture and then you have to try to change its culture. Well,
"more than 20,000" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"John trout, this is America in the morning. Russia's invasion of Ukraine is bringing relentless fighting in a battle president zelensky says will determine his country's future. Correspondent Clayton Neville reports. The violence is raging in bomb roots. Part of the Donbass region that Russia has been targeting for months. Attacks there have ramped up in recent weeks. Mass casualties reported by both Russian and Ukrainian forces, more than 20,000 Russian soldiers believed to have been killed there, and the death toll on the Ukrainian side is high too. Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky said in his nightly address that over a thousand Russian soldiers have died in bamut in recent days. And while Ukrainian troops are under heavy fire, zelensky stayed committed to defending the city. The U.S. bowing continued support for Ukraine alongside its NATO partners. Big countries can't bully small countries. Might doesn't make right. State Department spokesman Ned price said it's important for the U.S. and the rest of the world to send a message to Russia. If Russia is permitted to challenge that in an unchecked way in Ukraine, countries around the world may well take license to challenge that in other regions. As war rages the International Criminal Court reportedly plans to open two war crimes cases connected to Russia's invasion, warrants are expected to be issued in coming days, but who exactly those warrants will be for isn't clear yet. I'm Clayton Neville. The Pentagon is making its biggest defense budget request in decades and speeding toward a notable number Washington correspondent Sagar Meghani reports. The $842 billion ask is the highest since the mid 2000s, the peak of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, and in a few years, just do the math, the budget will hit a $1 trillion. Pentagon controller, Michael mccord, says that may seem astronomically high, but says it's only about 3% of the nation's GDP during World War II, the country was spending about a third of its GDP on defense. Deputy defense secretary Kathleen hicks says this budget would let The Pentagon load up on advanced weapons systems and space defense with the goal of countering a perceived threat from China. To make sure the PRC leadership wakes up every day, considers the risks of aggression and concludes today is not the day. Sagar Meghani
"more than 20,000" Discussed on WTOP
"This summer. On capital hill, Mitchell Miller WTO, B news. The new high profile advanced placement African American studies course is expected to be piloted in ten Montgomery county public schools next year. Superintendent monifa mcknight says she's a big proponent of African American studies being supported. The course was thrust into the national spotlight when Florida governor Ron DeSantis said he planned to ban high schools in that state from offering it. In Virginia, a number of schools, including some in fairfax county, also planned to offer the course, but governor Glenn youngkin ordered state education leaders to review its contents to see if they violate an executive order which bans inherently divisive concepts in schools. Meantime, fairfax county schools are getting rid of a test question in a college level social studies class. It's a multiple choice question and asks students to equate liberals and conservatives with a particular category of people. Choices are controversial, potential answers for liberals include young white males and middle aged urban lesbians. Answers for conservatives include southern male migrant laborer and Catholic Midwestern middle aged male. Rory Cooper is a fairfax county school parent of three. He says the test was useless. Students who took this test don't appear to be any closer to understanding what that spectrum of issues and policy thinking are. Critics say the online AP government class is indicative of a liberal bias aimed at assigning ideologies to specific demographics. The number of hate crimes reported in the U.S. is spiking. The latest numbers come from 2021 FBI statistics showing a 35% increase in hate crimes led by a sharp rise in attacks motivated by sexual orientation. Members of the gay lesbian and bisexual communities were the second most likely to suffer a hate crime and anti LGBTQ hate crimes grew faster than hate crimes against other groups. The FBI recorded nearly 11,000 hate crime incidents in 2021 up from about 8000 the previous year, the report tracks hate crimes based on reports from law enforcement agencies nationwide. Thousands of Ukrainian refugees who were processed along the southern border will be allowed to remain and work in the U.S. legally for at least another year. That's according to a government notice obtained by CBS News. Soon after Russia invaded Ukraine, thousands of Ukrainians flew to Mexico seeking to enter the U.S. more than 20,000 did enter but their temporary permission to live and work in the U.S. was set to expire this spring. The process of Ukrainians entering through the southern border was shut down in late April after the Biden administration created a formal program for displaced Ukrainians to fly directly to the U.S. if they had American sponsors. Coming up after traffic and weather. The governor puts Marilyn back on a course for all electric car sales by 2035. I'm making cloherty. 6 36. Data underpins countless mission
Ukrainians who fled war face end of temporary US sanctuary
"Ukrainians who fled the war to find refuge in the U.S. are now facing the end of their permission to stay, about 20,000 Ukrainians are coming to the end of their humanitarian parole. The majority of them arrived in the United States through Mexico, there it was easier and faster to get a Visa to enter the country in the first months following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the Biden administration has said it is working on a fix but so far has issued no official guidance on what Ukrainians should do. I'm Karen Chammas.
Bitcoin Bears Are Likely To Dominate Longer Traditional Markets To Blame
"4 p.m. Sunday, March 5th, 2023. Bitcoin bears are likely to dominate longer traditional markets to blame. The postal strong Bitcoin bears are likely to dominate longer traditional markets to blame appeared first on Cohen pedia FinTech news. Bitcoin displayed an unexpected move in the past few days by squashing the possibilities of reaching 30,000 and rooting through 25,000 initially and later at 28,000. However, the recent price plunge changed the entire scenario, as now the price is expected to revisit the support below 20,000 again. The price of Bitcoin dropped from the ascending
The Nikki Haley Uniqueness
"Haley, a lot of people are going to run. What is your unique appeal? Your vision that is different from, say, former president Trump, governor desantis, former Secretary of State Pompeo. Lots of people are running. Christian uno. Mike Pence, maybe your fellow south carolinian Tim Scott. What is unique about the Haley appeal? Well, I think look at my record. I mean, I have been a chief executive. I've been a governor. I've run a state. I've had to deal with crises. I've had to balance the budget. I've had to manage a National Guard. I've had to work with her chains and floods, and I reformed education past voter ID and passed an Arizona E immigration law. I took 20,000 people from welfare and put up the work and created reforms in our prison system that gave us the lowest recidivism rate in the country. When I went to the UN, I dealt with thugs and dictators every day. We passed the largest sanctions against any country and a generation in North Korea. We helped get out of the Iran deal. We pushed for the embassy to remove from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, but more than that, we made sure we had the backs of our allies and we held our enemies to account and we made America strong again. I've got the executive experience. I've got foreign policy experience and I've got a love for a country that I am determined to get back on her feet again. I
Can the Asbury Gospel Go Global? With Michael Aper
"Us now is Michael apert and aspera theological seminary student. You've probably heard or seen about the revival that has now sweeping the nation that started in asbury, Kentucky, Michael, welcome to the program. Thank you, Charlie. Michael, tell us from the front lines from the beginning, tell us the story of this revival. Yeah, well, on February 8th, there was a chapel service as usual and asbury university, which is a sister institution of asbury geological dissimilar. The chapel service concluded and there was a remnant of students that were interested in worshiping and continuing to submit themselves to holiness and make themselves to humility and to God and what that looked like was quickly we had students that were confessing their sins that were repenting of the ways they had been living and asking for prayer and joining and worship together and really that continued for days and days and days and even still continuing where now it's no longer a remnant of students in the chapel, but it's blown up to where our small two stoplight town has had an excess of 15,000 some are setting up to 20,000 individuals who have come here to experience what's going on to participate in the worship and so much so that the cities infrastructure has had to make some measures to mitigate that the toll that it takes on the city to have that many people here. Is
CleanSpark Buys 20000 New Bitcoin Miners to Boost
"3 a.m. Sunday, February 19th, 2023. Clean spark buys 20,000 new Bitcoin miners to boost. Clean spark, a Bitcoin miner, is expanding its mining capacity in the United States by purchasing 20,000 additional amp minor S 19 J pro machines for a total cost of 43.6 million. It is anticipated that the acquisition would increase the processing capacity of the firm by 37. Additionally, the transaction will bring the total number of miners acquired. The post clean spark buys 20,000 new Bitcoin miners to boost first appeared on blockchain consultants.
NFT Investor Scorecard Mutant Ape Yacht Club
"8 p.m. Friday February 17th, 2023. NFT investor scorecard mutant API club. Mutant API club MAC is a collection of 20,000 mutant apes NFTs. The post NFT investor scorecard mutant API club appeared first on Bitcoin market journal.
Col. Douglas MacGregor Describes Differing Views of War
"You just go a little deeper on that on how Russia views war versus how the west views this war of use war? They have a different philosophy. They're willing to sacrifice greater numbers. They are willing to engage in a war of attrition. This is a concept that a lot of westerners, it's foreign to us. Well, I think that's misleading Charlie to be Frank. I think they've been very economical with Russian lives. All of the commanders have tried to maximize the use of standoff firepower. Missiles, rockets, artillery, to do as much damage as possible. And they've been very successful. 75% of Ukrainian casualties have been caused by those systems. So they have had great success in restricting the exposure of their troops to close combat. Now that won't be possible in the future once the breakout occurs, it'll be more difficult. But the Russians have never taken the heavy casualties at the west insist they've sustained. The west is running around with some crazy number of 200,000 casualties, pure nonsense. I'd be surprised if they had 50,000 to 60,000 casualties. And more than 20,000 dead it's the Ukrainians that have suffered terribly. So I think on the one hand, yes, attrition is part of this, but nutrition is focused on the Ukrainians. And the maneuver will follow the attrition. Once it becomes clear that the Ukrainians are completely broken and they're pretty close to it right now. And they fall apart, then the maneuver will commence.
Balloons and More Balloons: What's Going On?
"What's up with these balloons and these objects flying in the sky over the United States that are one by one being shot down. It started off with the so called China balloon. And reports that there was another balloon going over South America, and this appeared to be something that was fairly easy to trace these. This is a balloon from China, and I was a little puzzled at the beginning. Why did they shoot it down as opposed to somehow grounding it so that they can study it? Maybe they shot it down and it's still in a position to study it. I don't know, but then we had reports of a second object, and a third object, the fourth object, the most recent, an F-16, I'm not reading from a news report Wall Street Journal, and F-16 shot down an object over Lake Huron. The object was octagon shaped and was at an altitude of 20,000 feet, posing a threat to civilian air traffic. So there's an obviously an immediate danger, which is that although the sky is very big, there are a lot of airplanes in the sky. If air traffic control doesn't know about these objects, then you could have an airline fly directly into it, that would obviously not be good. Interestingly, having shot these objects down. And by the way, over the last 8 or 9 days, the United States military is shot down at least four objects, at least four, meaning possibly more. Over North America.
Market Analysis Report 08 Feb 2023
"10 a.m. Wednesday, February 8th, 2023 market analysis report February 8th, 2023. Bank of England weighs CBDC with 20,000 cap micro strategy considers adding Bitcoin futures to its crypto strategy binance to AirDrop 100 in B and B to users affected by earthquakes in turkey.
Here Comes Britcoin...
"Let's turn to our main topic Bret coin. The UK treasury and the Bank of England are expanding the discussion of a retail CBDC, inviting public comment on a consultation paper released on Tuesday. Ahead of the release, the treasury and the Bank of England released a joint statement saying that, quote, on the basis of our work to date, the Bank of England and HM treasury judge that it is likely a digital pound will be needed in the future. It's too early to commit to build the infrastructure for one, but we are convinced that further preparatory work is justified. The consultation is designed to inform the decision around whether or not to build the infrastructure for a digital pound. With a pilot test not anticipated before 2025. While many of the design features are up for debate, UK authorities are certain of one thing that they don't want the digital pound referred to exactly as I'm referring to it here as Bitcoin. Bank of England deputy governor John cunliffe set at a speech launching the consultation, quote, the digital pound can be confusing in people's minds with crypto assets, such as Bitcoin. I should take this opportunity to correct this misapprehension. Indeed, nothing could be further from the truth. Now, the paper goes into the many risks of launching a retail CBDC ranging from privacy risks to the risk of bank runs, crippling the financial system, should the CBDC outcompete commercial bank deposits. Overall, the consultation is one of the more complete and open attempts to publicly talk through the pros and cons of a retail CBDC we've seen from a government to date. One note from the proposal that has captured many headlines is a proposal that would cap citizen CBDC holdings somewhere in the 10,000 to 20,000 pound range to quote strike an appropriate balance between managing risks and supporting wide usability of the digital pound. This limit would allow a majority of UK wage earners to take their salary in the CBDC, but would still create competition with commercial banks. The digital pound would also offer no interest allowing banks to easily offer competitive terms on deposit accounts. Now one of the concerns articulated is that a CBDC could accidentally destabilize the commercial banking system. Currently banks use deposits as a cheap form of funding for loans. Without that flow of deposits, banks could increasingly find themselves reliant on more expensive wholesale markets, driving up borrowing costs for users.
Earthquake Death Toll Tops 5000 in Turkey and Syria
"Story is the death toll in turkey and Syria has shot past 5000 people known dead tens of thousands of people are still trapped, the efforts are a mad dash in both northern Syria and southern turkey to get the sort of professionals there, they're deploying from Israel from the United States who are skilled at removing people from the rubble. This is a first ever earthquake for me where victims of the earthquake trapped underground and rebel are using their cell phones and their batteries and conserving it to try and direct searchers to them, the death toll could rise to more than 20,000 people, according to the World Health Organization and thousands of rescue teams arriving in turkey according to The Wall Street Journal this morning. But The New York Times and the time is running out to find survivors, this story published this morning at 4 a.m.. A woman was rescued from the rubble of a collapsed building 22 hours after an earthquake level parts of turkey and Syria, the Turkish state news media service and a doula agency reported this morning. More than 16,000 rescuers were engaged in the search for survivors, the agency said, citing an emergency management official, the one window for finding others was beginning to narrow experts said, specialists flying to turkey from the U.S. and beyond were certain to find challenges gaining access to the sites and executing rescue operations. From
"more than 20,000" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Ramon do during the break, and he's throwing out the first pitch at the bats game tonight. How about that? Warm up if you haven't done it for a while, they'll rotator cuff gets a bit stiff. The old Rotary Club. Hey, stick around Great White front man, Mitch Malloy and guitar. Great Pete Thorn joining the show after the news Right now, let's find out what our money is doing. Its the Bloomberg money minute, Right here on news radio 8 40 W H A s This is a Bloomberg money minute. A lot of the stuff people have delivered, including groceries arrive at the same day and in a bag, not exactly UPS territory, but it's buying in a platform that manages those types of deliveries. UPS says Rohde will continue doing what it does, which is connect sellers with gig workers who deliver oversized packages and perishable goods. Rohde says it has 200,000 verified operators who delivered more than 20,000 zip codes. UPS announced yesterday that is hiring 100,000 workers for the holidays and in a sign of how eager or desperate it is. The company also says many will hear back within 30 minutes of applying and also there will be more and larger bonuses this year. Shipping bottlenecks and other supply challenges have driven up costs for US producers. Inflation at the wholesale level has jumped in the past year by nearly 8.5% biggest increase on record. Wall Street started the day with gains so much for that down, losing a half percent S and P 500 down a quarter percent. NASDAQ Down fractionally. I'm Andrew wrote Bloomberg Radio. Hey, if you're one of the many parents thinking about home schooling your students this year, you need to take a long look at Acela's Power.
"more than 20,000" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Tired, I should say with Oakland at one at last check WGN traffic on the expressways until ways there are no major delays, just construction work. Comment. The number of people who are in the dark is down from more than 20,000 to about 7900. We are working as quickly as they can. 95% of the nation's more than 3000 counties are dealing with high community transmission of covid, the CDC says. Also, there are some counties in Nebraska, South Dakota and Texas that have low community transmission rates. Washington's Metropolitan Police Department is bracing for a right wing rally in the district. It is going to be September 18th on the grounds of the capital. It is to protest those who were charged in the January 6th capital riot. Your forecast from the WGN Chicago Weather Center Clearing Cooler down to 60 tonight, Wendy Cooler High 77 tomorrow and to make some sun and clouds on Thursday. 75 the inland high But it will be in the low seventies at the lakefront Right now it is 71 at O'Hare, 70 at mood Midway. It is 67 in Southaven, 68, Joliet and 73 at the lakefront. I'm David Jennings on Chicago's very own. 7 20 w G. N At Tropical Smoothie Cafe. One taste in your hit and refresh now, letting loose now busting a move now cranking up the beach Now, hands in the air Now feeling free Now you're on Tropic time now at Tropical Smoothie Cafe..
"more than 20,000" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Miles of slow traffic because of that crash onto 80 inbounded Doug Baker Boulevard also also causing delays in the other direction as well. Traffic updates every 10 minutes all morning long your next report at 8 40 on NewsRadio one Oh 55 w E. R C Looks like another hot one today, mostly sunny. We're going to 95. Then tomorrow it looks like more hot weather. It's a hot week. That's all there is to add. Heat Index. Yeah, way over 100. Right now we've got sunshine. 77 Alabama's morning news Election Day in Birmingham, Leah Brandon has more in just a couple of minutes. But first Fox News covers the world. I thought dandelion move. Covid 19 could be under control in the US by early next year, according to the nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci. Meanwhile, the list of companies imposing mandates grows. CBS is requiring its workers who have contact with customers to be vaccinated against Covid 19. Chevron is doing the same for employees who travel internationally live abroad or work offshore OCCITANIA J. Powers. President Biden a few hours from now makes remarks on Afghanistan, where airlift records show more than 20,000 flown out. In the past day, State Department and the Pentagon have not given clear numbers on just how many Americans have been evacuated. But a leaked State Department memo cable first reported by Politico estimates, that number is around 4300 Americans. That's not even half of the roughly 11,000, the White House said are believed to be within the country Last week foxes jeffy Heinrich America is listening to Fox News. It's election Day in Birmingham and mobile, the race for mayor, the main contest in both cities in Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin looking for a second term, he is facing several challenges, including the man he beat four years ago. Former Mayor William Bell in Mobile.
"more than 20,000" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"On wdbo one Oh, 73 of M and a m 5 80. I'm Ray computer And I'm Marcia Taylor. Get on the W B o payroll. Pay out. You got a chance to win your share of $1000.05 times a day. Next chances at 10 just tap the payroll pale, but it's in the wdbo APP for more information. Dozens of U. S. Air Force planes are headed to Kabul expected to land in the next 24 hours as CNN reports more than 20,000. People are still at the airport waiting to be evacuated. The US flew more than 5000 people out on Sunday outside the airport that is still In chaos. I asked him on the other day. So tell me, what are they supposed to do? What is the interpreter who I know supposed to do because he has not been cleared for his visa because the paperwork it wasn't finished to the State Department process. They said, Well, he'll just have to wait for a call from us. He can't wait for a call, so people are trying everything. They can, the Biden administration said Sunday. More than 30,000 people have been flown out of Kabul since August, 14th by the U. S and its allies. Southwest plans to operate four flights Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Since their charter flights for the Pentagon, the airline says it can't reveal where the flights are originating or going to. They are not long haul flights as Southwest doesn't have that kind of aircraft. Its role is separate from evacuation flights being handled by United, American Atlas, Delta and Omni. For the Defense Department. This morning. The man considered to be the Taliban's top political leader arrived in Kabul. Abdul Ghani Baradar is there to talk about the new government. Isis prompted the U. S. Embassy to issue security threat warnings to Americans trying to make it to the Kabul airport. Apple is going to release a redesigned Apple Mini mashable reports. The new version will have Apple's upcoming MX processor. More ports than the current model and a different design. It is a 35 now at W. D. Bl I'm Scott an as Orlando's Morning news. I've got your weather and your traffic every six minutes in the morning. Modern human again today highs hitting 94 1 of about a 50% chance of some scattered storms, especially around two o'clock. And then after that, through the evening drive for tonight Partly cloudy temperatures in the mid seventies tomorrow 93 afternoon storm chance. At about 40% from Channel nine. Eyewitness News. I'm meteorologist Brian Shield 81 degrees Right now in Kissimmee 80. At Orlando's severe Weather Station. Safe Touch Security. Triple team traffickers go live to Air one. Here's Eric Brown. Before you found still.
"more than 20,000" Discussed on WTOP
"Was a record year for overdose deaths. This is drug overdose deaths and the pandemic is getting most of the blame. Let's hear from CBS News correspondent Peter King Overdose deaths in 2020. How about 93,000? This is staggering and unprecedented number that beats 20 nineteen's record by more than 20,000 public health researcher Brandon Marshall tracks the figures for Brown University. He says the jump is directly related to the pandemic. Both Immediate impacts like social isolation and lasting impacts. Things like joblessness, That's the eviction and housing and stability, food insecurity. Peter King CBS News Could it be getting less safe in public housing Going forward, The Department of Housing and Urban Development is reporting is reportedly backing away from new health and safety requirements that includes fire extinguishers, a minimum number of electrical outlets and other measures meant to protect residents from serious hazards. NBC News obtained the latest draft of the new standards. Housing industry groups have urged HUD to ease such requirements, saying they would be a burden to landlords. And that's alarmed from tenant advocates. They say they were caught off guard by the recent changes. HUD, for its part, says it is not weakening protections for residents and providing safe and sanitary houses is a top priority for the Biden administration. Baltimore City police officer has now been charged in the death of his stepson, Erich Begs Jr is now facing first degree murder, second degree murder and child abuse charges in the death of his stepson, Jason Jones, Justin Mulcahy, with Anna Randall. Police says the new charges came in response to the finding of the medical examiner will dishonor Jones.
"more than 20,000" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Show. I'm Chris McKay have a great day, Everybody Fox News. I'm Karen McCue, a GOP lawmaker has a word of warning regarding the adverse effects of Covid 19 vaccines. So one thing we need to do is we can short circuit the approval process for these experimental vaccines. We have to go through the full observational studies. It takes time to understand whether or not there's there's real significant injury occurring Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson on Fox and friends. The CDC admits that some adverse effects of the three approved vaccines have been reported, but that overall they are safe and effective. Meanwhile, there's been an uptick of covid cases. In Florida. There were more than 20,000 new cases. While positive tests nearly doubled to almost 8% 172 people in Florida died from Covid last week. Foxes Ashley Strohmeyer America is listening to Fox News. Welcome to the flat line with your host Rick Hughes. For the next 30 minutes, you'll be inspired, Motivated, educated but never manipulated. Know your host Rick Hughes. Mm. Good morning and welcome to the flood line. I'm your host Rick Hughes. And I'd like to invite you to stick around for a little bit. 30 minutes of motivation, some inspiration, a whole lot of education and absolutely No manipulation. That's right. We're not going to sell you anything. We're not going to hustle money. We're not going to ask for money. Not going to solicit membership. We're just going to teach a small Bible study. If you're interested in learning the word of God and willing to orient, adjust to that, and you're in the right place. No games. No gimmicks. This information, not speculation, not human speculation, but divine revelation from the Bible. So I hope you'll stick around. That's what I want to talk to you about today is very critical, and it's going on in our country a whole lot. As we face uncertainty and turmoil across America, there's a lot of depression. There's a lot of loneliness I meet with teenagers all the time as I Travel and speak in private schools across the country. I find a lot of kids are very lonely. Lot of kids are very depressed as I run into a lot of parents that have had situations that are depressed. Depression and loneliness is an epidemic proportion in America today, and I'd like to talk about that. Maybe you yourself are experiencing some sort of depression or some sort of loneliness. And one of the things that's so wonderful about having a flat line in your soul is you don't have to live like that. Because the outside sources of adversity can be conquered. By the inside source of the filling of the Holy Spirit. And having a main line of resistance in your so so, yes, You have adversity, but stress. You do that one to yourself. You don't have to live like that. There's some divine promises in the Bible that you can rest in, and you can cont claim and And take a rest. And when you're feeling lonely or depressed, I'd like to read some of them to you if you let me and we'll make some comments on them. Here's one Psalm 34 18. The Lord is near to the brokenhearted. That people that have internal sadness people that are devastated or crushed. David wrote this after he had visited a town called Knob. And then gone before the priest and not named Ben Melech. And the priests, uh, was willing to help him. David concocted the story that he was on a special mission for King Saul. When actually saw were trying to kill him. And he said he needed some food and a weapon and he lied to the priest in the course of Menelik helped him To planning with food and weapons system, whatever he needed. When Saul found out what had happened. He came up there and killed all 45 priest with whom David lied to wasn't their fault. They didn't do anything wrong. They were all murdered by saw. This was a cause of great regret and great remorse and David First Samuel 21 1 through 10 is the story. First Samuel 20 to 22 is David regret. So listen again to what the Bible says The Lord is near to the brokenhearted that cells that are internally devastated, sad, crushed. And he saves those who are crushed in spirit, the Bible says. The afflictions of the righteous are many Maybe you but the Lord rescues him from all of them. That's a divine protection provisions for you. As well as peace of mind and confidence in the care of God for you. He heals the brokenhearted. That's what the verse says. That means those that are dejected and defeated due to circumstances beyond their control. And he binds up their wounds. Psalm 1 47 Verse three, He heals the brokenhearted those that are dejected and defeated due to circumstances beyond their control. And binds up their wounds are comforts and cares to deliver them from destruction. How does God do all of this? Actually, we find in the Scriptures divine provisions. And by faith we trust and relax. Let the Lord handle it. But the key is this word right here. And this comes out of Jeremiah. Your words were found and I ate them. Your words were found and I ate them. That means that the word of God has been metabolized. Word of God has been eating the word was God has been swallowed and applied. Most folks don't have an appetite for the word of God. I'm going to say that again. Most folks I don't know about you. They do not have an appetite for an intense study of the word of God, They prefer a little bit of emotion. They prefer a little bit of sing along, but an intense study of the Bible. They don't have an appetite for that. And this is what the writer proverb said. Listen to this. This is proverbs to one through 11 the salon passage, but I want you to hear it. My son. If you accept my word, that's if condition And if you tune your ear to wisdom, turn your ear to wisdom and apply your heart to understanding. This is the solution to loneliness and the solution to depression. Turn your ear to wisdom and apply your heart to understanding..
"more than 20,000" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Friends, I lose eight prints into all the victims from the collapse. Eight persons a section of the high rise gave way two weeks ago today it's still unclear why President Biden is expected to have more to say today about the U. S military's withdrawal from Afghanistan. NPR's Windsor, Johnston says the president is likely to address concerns about security and humanitarian assistance for the Afghan people. The U. S military is in the process of pulling troops out of Afghanistan with a complete withdrawal before September 11th the 20th anniversary of the war. The withdrawal has raised numerous concerns about security in the country as the Taliban continue to make advances. In a speech to the nation earlier this year, Biden said the U. S has completed its objective in Afghanistan and the reasons for remaining there have become increasingly unclear. The Labor Department says new claims for unemployment benefits in the U. S rose slightly last week. This is NPR news Live from KQED News. I'm Brian Want California plans to send reparations payments to hundreds of people, the state forcibly sterilized since the early 20th century KQED is Natalia Navarro reports. California forced more than 20,000 people into sterilization procedures starting in 19 Oh, nine because the state government deemed them unfit to have Children, often because of disabilities or mental illness. Some women in the state's prison system more coerced to get sterilized. As recently as 2010, California is the third state to make a move to compensate the victims of the eugenics movement. Legislators have set aside $7.5 million in the state budget to pay those that are still living that officials can find the budget is awaiting the governor's signature. I'm Natalia Navarro. KQED News Bay Area Haitian immigrants say they're reeling from news that Haiti's president was assassinated Wednesday. Valeo resident Joanne Alloy who came to the U. S from Haiti as a child. Says she was shocked when she awoke to text messages about the assassination. Whether someone has a political difference. That shouldn't be the reason as to why someone is taken out forcefully taken out of office by killing them. You know, and this is not something that I have seen within my lifetime. Healy says she fears anarchy and violence may follow the assassination President Jovan Elmo East was killed in an attack at his home near Porter, Prince. Louise had been ruling by decree for more than a year and faced political protest to relinquish power. I'm Brian Watt KQED news support this morning comes from the Dolan law firm representing people affected by workplace harassment. Dolan law helps fight injustice Support for.
"more than 20,000" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The initial thinking was it was not the Russian government. But we're not sure yet It's not yet known how many organizations have been hit so far by demands that they pay a ransom in order to get their computer systems working again. The Pioneer Valley Transit Authority has received a big ground from the federal government. The transit system in Springfield got $7.2 million as part of the low and no emission grant program. That money will be used to buy eight new electric Busses that transit authority is hoping to cut its admission in half by 2050. At least two people are dead after mudslides hit the central Japanese city of Atomic 20. People remain missing here. CBS is Lucy Craft. She's in Tokyo. This reports described a horrific sound as 10 houses were wiped out in a matter of minutes. Town's mayor ordered more than 20,000 households evacuated and what he called the worst such disaster in decades. Rescuers enough city are still searching for any survivors. A record number of shootings involving Children in Memphis, Tennessee, is prompting a local church to take action. Church Pastor Ricky Floyd decided to offer a gun safety class for Children as young as six after dozens of kids in his Memphis Tennessee neighborhood had been wounded this year. An accidental shootings Now that you're seeing so many young kids being shot by other young kids and just understanding that is not a toy gun safety instructor Jonathan Cross featuring old Was that they are Children's Hospital in Memphis.
"more than 20,000" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To return to in person classes this fall on Red Sox and Bruins, a good ones on the road. Celtics a rough lost last night at the Garden. The lowly Oklahoma City Thunder, well the power of healing via the power of the Internet. WBC's Carl Stevens, saying a company on the North Shore now getting a boost from the feds. Dr. Suzanne Mitchell is CEO of this relatively new company based in Beverly. It's called See yourself Health. Your Health Health is a virtual world an immersive boiled platform where people would navigate virtual environment as avatars that they customize and create for themselves. And what they find in that world are real people who have the same, very real medical challenges. It's a virtual space where they can learn from each other. Sometimes only other people on that road are able to you validate the experience and show you how to do it well. The company received more than $200,000 Grant, She says they're going to use the money to make the Web based experience. As accessible as possible, especially for older people. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio, a former Boston police officer facing the music James Kearns, pleading guilty to federal charges of conspiracy for collecting more than $20,000 in bogus overtime payments. The 57 year old from Canton now retired, one of nine people arrested in a fraud scheme. At the Boston Police Departments. Evidence Warehouse well the Navy firing warning shots after Iranian ships come too close for comfort. The latest there from CBS is Peter King. The Navy says Three fast attack Iranian Revolutionary Guard boats were about 200 ft, away from the USS Fire bolted a Coast Guard patrol boat Monday night in international waters in the northern Persian Gulf. A Navy spokeswoman says the fire bolt screw used both radio calls and loud hailing devices to warn the Iranian boats to back off When they didn't the Navy crew fired Iranian boats, then retreated. This is the second such incident in less than a month, Peter King, CBS News and 18 to mark his 1/100 Day in the Oval Office. President Biden is addressing a joint session of Congress. For the first time tonight. A preview from CBS Is Nicole Kill You just like the campaign and the inauguration. The pandemic is forcing a number of changes to President Biden's address to a joint session of Congress. On Lee about 200 people will be permitted a fraction of the usual audience, a senior Democratic official tells CBS News. Attendees have to provide proof of vaccination or a negative covert test to enter the House chamber. Will also be required to wear masks seat will be socially distanced with some lawmakers spread out between the House floor on the gallery..
"more than 20,000" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"China Rising the commune ist country planning to launch the core module for its first permanent space station this week. It will be the latest giant step forward for the Chinese face program. The so called Heavenly Harmony module set to be set in to space aboard a long March five B rocket. The launch could come as early as to Morrow Night of fall goes a cording to plan it would be the the first of a Levin missions to build and supply the space station for a three person crew. Eight people. Some of them for a nationals, died early today in a fire at a building housing Ah ha ha Hostel That was a pair it Lee operating a legally in the center of Riga, the Laffey and cap. It'll. Firefighters and rescue hours from the Laffey and state fire and Rescue service work called to the scene. A round five A.m. am local time. The building six floor and it's roof were fully and gulf is the rescuers arrived after rescuing to does in people they discovered. Eight bodies. News and an Alice Sis a town hold dot com Border state sheriff has been tapped to lead ice, isn't it? Biden has nominated Harris County, Texas, Sheriff Ed Guns Allah is to be director of View s immigration and Customs in force Mint. The agency has operated without a Senate confirmed leader since 2017 ice has more than 20,000 employees and in annual budget of $8 billion Gonzalez, who's jurisdiction in clued. The Houston Metro Politan area was a sharp critic of form ER, President Trump's immigration policies after his election in 2016 Gonzales with Drew Harris County from a federal partnership that authorizes sheriff's deputies, too. N force. Immigration laws Might cross SEO Washington. It's a done deal. You're a pity in law makers, A proving the final ratification of the post Brexit trade deal between the European you GNA GNA and the You Knighted Kingdom. This comes almost five years after Britain decided to leave the block. Or on these stories, the town hall dot com It could.
"more than 20,000" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"D. C is just about ready. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News for President Elect Biden's inauguration tomorrow. There are roadblocks, checkpoints and more than 20,000 National Guard troops. The acting Defense secretary Chris Miller, says they're taking no chances, including vetting those troops. Fox's Griff Jenkins Washington Post reports This morning, the FBI warned law enforcement agencies about potential threat from quote Lone Wolves. And adherence to the far right group. Que non who have quote indicated they plan to come to Washington for President elected Joe Biden's swearing in ceremony. The post. Also reporting the FBI says it is observed observed people downloading and sharing maps of sensitive locations in Washington this nearly two weeks after the deadly attack at the Capitol later today. President elect will take part in a memorial to those who died of the Corona virus, which could top 400,000 Today in the U. S. 400 lights will shine around the Lincoln Memorial, reflecting pool cities and towns across America urged to join in at 5:30 P.m. eastern time. His last full day in office. President Trump's expected to issue up to 100 pardons or sentence commutations. He's already issued a proclamation that would lift travel restrictions on those coming to the U. S from the U. K in Europe in Brazil because New rules mandate passengers have negative covert tests. Incoming binding administration quickly stepped on this idea. Press Secretary Jen Psaki tweeting quote. With the pandemic worsening and more contagious variants emerging around the world. This is not the time to be lifting restrictions on international travel foxes, too. Yang's two sheriff's deputies dead. The Sacramento, California killed along with the police dog after a traffic stop led to a chase under this morning. The suspect also died in the shootout in Toledo, Ohio. Police got into a standoff with the suspect wanted for vandalizing a cathedral. And then he came out firing. I'm sad to say that Officer Brandt a stalker was struck.
"more than 20,000" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Are more than 300 open investigations into the January 6th attack on the U. S Capitol. Now several of the accused are asking for a pardon, claiming what they were doing was simply following orders from the president suspect General Ryan, the Texas realtor accused of taking part in the riot now publicly asking for a pardon telling station K T V T. She was just following President Trump me personally, I do not feel a sense of shame or guilt from my heart from what I was doing. I thought I was following my president. I thought I was following What we were called to do that defense echoed by suspect Jacob Chance. Lee, The Arizona man allegedly left a note on pisses desk in the Senate chamber that red it's only a matter of time justice is coming. He's also now asking for pardon through his attorney at J. B. C's Kenneth Mountain Security tightened in Washington and that all 50 state capitals ahead of the inauguration. More than 20,000. National Guard troops are already on duty in the capital, the FBI Has warned of possible armed protests leading up to Wednesday's inauguration in Washington. President elect Joe Biden is promising to cap inauguration Day with roughly a dozen executive actions. Incoming chief of Staff Ron Claims says rejoining the Paris climate accord reversing travel bans on majority Muslim countries. And halting evictions and foreclosures will be among the first ones that Biden signs a man's in custody after attempting to pass a security checkpoint with an unauthorized inauguration Credential. U S Capitol police couldn't find Wesley dealer's name on their list, and they searched his truck and allegedly found an unregistered handgun and more than 500 rounds of ammunition. This arrest just a half mile from the Capitol grounds comes his police are bracing for potential violence.
"more than 20,000" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Should more than 20,000. National Guard troops will be in place and people are being told to stay away. Former Georgia State representative Alveda King says the inauguration should be a time for Americans to come together and embrace the lessons of her late uncle, Dr Martin Luther King Jr Rather than being angry and fighting and challenging each other. We need to actually listen to each other as one race and one blood you've heard me say that we're not separate places we're human. And to treat each other as human beings value of human personality, and that way we won't hurt each other US celebrating Martin Luther King Day on Monday, staff of the White House have already been busy moving out and President Trump is expected to leave before the inauguration. Sources telling Fox is that the president will be leaving the White House Wednesday morning before Joe Biden is sworn in. He's expected to head over to joint base Andrews for an event there that is still being worked on, and then I'll be making the trip with the first lady down to South Florida. He won't be there for the Inauguration. Fox's Mark MEREDITH VP Mike Pence says he will be at the inauguration nationwide strikes with picketers demanding at least $15 minimum wage strikes taking place in cities around the country. Yesterday, the group fight for 15, demanding this change in 2021 23 states increased their minimum wage Aside from D. C. However, currently no state or territory mandates that $15 minimum, but some cities have set higher minimums. Some small businesses, however, are Struggling after last year. And they argue that higher salaries mean more layoffs, shorter shifts raising prices or having to cut into other costs. Boxes. Alex Hogan reporting from New York City, America, is listening to Fox News. Hurl Information Society is Minnesota Weather Center Overcast across the Metro Today with a light breeze. Highs are headed for the upper twenties. Some light snow is possible this evening lows Tonight will fall to the low twenties. Cloudy tomorrow with a high near 27. I'm meteorologist Ashley O'Connor on Twin Cities News. Tak.
"more than 20,000" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"All right? Back roadway through them again. Come back! Throw away! I'm truth before you lay down for a second straight, my friend. I don't know what to do. E no mathematician, baby for that. Sure, like you, all right? Jakob. Go away site. People are always on the move. Driving the word running errands. How do they keep up with the latest in political talk? They listened to Wham talk 1600 just like you. If you're a business owner, your message can reach these people were For their travels may take people tuned to Wham radio for the latest issues discussed by hosts like Steve Gruber, their own ax and Dana Lash. Call 734971 1600 today 1600 Am 92.7 F M. Ham radio. We are American made Fox News. I'm rich Dennison more than 20,000. National Guard troops are.