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AP News Radio
Humanitarian group MSF calls for support for refugees in Kenya affected by cholera crisis
"Refugees in Kenya's dadaab camps are believed to have been hit by a cholera outbreak as the population in the facilities grows rapidly. Doctors Without Borders says 2786 refugees have been affected so far, and that there's an imminent risk of outbreaks of other gastrointestinal diseases that adapt camps, host more than 300,000 people and with a biting drought in neighboring Somalia, the numbers are on the rise, straining water and sanitation services. In 2016, the Kenyan government had announced plans to shut the camps over concerns that extremists from Somalia's Al shabab group were hiding there making the camps a conduit for smuggling weapons, but the United Nations had urged Kenya to reconsider the plan and continue to offer refuge to victims of violence and trauma. There are plans to open another camp in the complex to accommodate new arrivals and ease overcrowding. I'm Lawrence Brooks
AP News Radio
Putting radiation to the test to heal irregular heartbeat
"Doctors are zapping the heart with radiation normally reserved for cancer in a bid to better treat a dangerous kind of irregular heartbeat. While it's highly experimental, surprising early research suggests it may reprogram misfiring heart cells to control heartbeats more like younger, healthier, cells do. Doctor Philip kukoc, a heart rhythm specialist at Washington University, came up with the idea for a no incision alternative. It takes a lot of upfront testing as patients must put on a vest covered in about 250 electrodes to measure the heart's electrical activity. In just one or two beats, we can map the electrical part of the heart, and we can see where is the start of that arrhythmia. Jeff backus, who relapsed after standard care for his irregular heartbeat issue, is taking part in the study. He never knows when another episode is coming. I almost have PTSD about it because you're always in the back of your mind thinking, is it going to happen? In a regular heartbeat is a major cause of sudden cardiac arrest, blamed for about 300,000 U.S. deaths a year. I'm Shelley Adler
Validator Exit Queue Increases Past 18,000
"The Ethereum validator exit Q wait time has tripled from 5 days to 15 days in length as more than 18,000 validators now wait in the queue for a full exit, cracking and hobby are the top two entities executing full validator exits. Roughly 40% of validators are yet to set a withdrawal address, which is required for a partial or full withdrawal 300,000 validators are currently in the queue for a partial withdrawal. 210,000 ether has been withdrawn from the Beacon chain since the activation of Chappelle, while new validators are joining the network withdrawals still outweigh deposits by about 114,000 ether, according to data from nansen, more than 544,000 validators remain active on the network.
AP News Radio
Gwyneth Paltrow not at fault for ski collision, jury decides
"A jury has decided that Gwyneth Paltrow is not at fault for a Utah ski collision. I'm Lisa dwyer. Gwyneth Paltrow has won her court battle over a 2016 ski collision at a posh Utah ski resort after a jury decided that she was not at fault for the crash. Was Gwyneth Paltrow at fault. No. The jury's decision marks a painful court defeat for Terry Sanderson. Was Terry Sanderson at fault. Yes. The man who sued Paltrow for more than 300,000 over injuries he sustained when they crashed on a beginner run at deer valley ski resort, Paltrow in response countersued for a symbolic $1 and attorney's fees. The court decided damages. What amount fairly commenced compensates Gwyneth Paltrow for economic damages. $1. I'm Lisa dwyer.
Taiko Releases ZK-EVM Alpha-2 Testnet
"EVM equivalent ZK rollup launched the second iteration of its EVM alpha testnet. The New Testament allows anyone to join as a permissionless prover to generate validity proofs. Tycho is also rewarding provers with the sharer of up to 50,000 USD C in rewards, proofers will only be rewarded for the first 300,000 testnet blocks, asks J uses sepolia as its layer one network, previously the first iteration of the testnet used a private proof of authority fork of Ethereum as its layer one. Tycho is building a type one CKE VM, which prioritizes for EVM equivalents over ZK proof generation speed. It also supports existing Ethereum tooling, allowing developers to migrate daps to the roll up without code adjustments. Blob
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
The Border Is Destroying the Sovereignty of America
"It seems like every few weeks or every couple of months we get news about the border. And it's gets worse and worse and worse. Part of my concern is that people just become habituated to it. You know, it's a little bit like the national debt. The national debt was bad. Ten years ago, it got worse and worse and worse, and then people begin to shrug their shoulders. They almost treat this like a runaway train. And the same is true with the border. But it is worth noting that just as our national debt is slowly eating away into our national wealth. And destroying the wherewithal of the country, the border is destroying the sovereignty of the country. It's destroying the idea that we are a nation that has secure borders that has secure rules in place. We are none of that. Now migrant encounters, I see at the southern border hit 1 million mark for the first time in fiscal year 2023 outpacing the prior year, no surprise. So the Biden people are just letting this get worse. Let's look at some of the details. Now the fiscal year, by the way, it begins in October. So we're not talking about a million people just from January to now. We're talking about a million people from October. But think of what a giant number that is. And of those, 87.8 are single adults. So the sort of propaganda, the mythology that these are families that are coming all together. Mostly it's just single guys who are trying to get away, sometimes try to get away from gangs, or basically to bring the gang violence over here. They're transporting drugs. We see from time to time border patrol captures of large stashes of fentanyl. I think I just saw one this morning. And just a small portion of those numbers, in fact, about 300,000 were expelled under title 42, which is essentially an pandemic rule. That you can restrict the number of people coming in if they are not tested for COVID.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Col. Douglas MacGregor on the Latest Military Situation in Ukraine
"Joining us now is colonel Douglas macgregor colonel. Welcome back to the program. Love having you on and our audience is just enthusiastic every time you come on because you're clear and also contrarian to the nonsense that we see on television from the military industrial complex. What is the latest in Ukraine? Is it true that Russia is likely planning a blitz or a major offensive in the coming weeks? Well, I think the major offensive Charlie is actually already begun. It's not beginning the way we would begin an offensive. One of the things the Russians made explicitly clear is that they were not interested in this shock at all business. That's not how they do business. So what we're watching at the moment are a couple of things that your audience needs to know. First of all, the numbers of artillery strikes, rockets, missiles, hard shell artillery has risen dramatically. Most of it, not all of it, but most of it is focused on destroying air defense. Air defense radars air defense capabilities. And that is logical because once you've stripped away the air defense, then there is nothing to interfere with your own close air support as well as all of your other stand off attack missile and rocket systems. Secondly, they've marshaled an enormous number of forces down in the south of Ukraine on the east side of the dnieper river. And moving from left to right from zamora, which is near the river over to bakh mood, which everybody's under great deal about. And then up to a place called liman, close to the river, that's about a four, three, 400 kilometer stretch, and they have marshaled roughly 250 to 300,000 troops there. And then in the western part of Russia, another 100,000. And what we're seeing is an incremental rollout of these forces. These are many of the mobilized forces. They are led by combat experienced commanders, but many of these troops have not seen combat to this point.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Lockdowns Cause 300,000 Axcess Deaths
"In 2022, CDC researchers found that heart disease deaths increased by 4% in 2020. Representing about 5 years of lost progress in the fight against America's leading killer. Deaths from drug overdoses increase too. With the nation recording a record 108,000 overdose fatalities in 2021. That is a 15% increase from the previous all time high count in 2020. Doctor Steven henke in The Economist at the Baltimore Maryland school that is Johns Hopkins, I believe that it is that Johns Hopkins found the strict COVID protocols in early 2020 save 10,000 lives across the U.S. and Europe. He led research into the true impact of lockdowns alongside researchers from Sweden in Denmark, finding the devastating policies only reduced COVID mortality by one tenth of 1%. Doctor hanke told daily mail, the lockdown study found that lockdowns in the spring of 2020 had a negligible effect on COVID mortality.
The Officer Tatum Show
Selling Wolf Tickets
"Let me jump on the subject of Steven Crowder real quick. And I know you I don't know if you guys are familiar with it. Steven Crowder versus the daily wire, he secretly recorded Jeremy boring, who's a cofounder of the daily wire and put it all online and claimed that the contract $50 million contract was the speed in his face. And I don't even know how anybody would pay him $50 million to do it. I guess he must be that good and I'm just unaware. However, I want to talk about social media and influence and these big companies taking over people like myself. If you hear a person like Steven Crowder, who's been with the blaze for I don't know how many years, he started with the blaze when he had like 300,000 subscribers. And you hear him complaining about big organizations. Taking advantage of the little guy do not listen. This person is selling you wolf tickets.
AP News Radio
Poland pushes for more tanks for Kyiv, will seek German OK
"With both sides battlefield positions mostly deadlocked during winter. The Kremlin's forces have kept up their bombardments of Ukrainian areas. The kharkiv region's governor says Russian forces have shelled several towns and villages in northeastern Ukraine in the previous 24 hour period, killing a 67 year old woman, leaving another resident wounded, neither side however shows signs of backing down as the warheads fought a second year for Kremlin appears to be keeping its options open on mobilizing more soldiers, Russian authorities have declared the call up of 300,000 reservists in late October. It's complete, but Vladimir Putin's secret remains in effect until another ruling is issued to formally and the action Ukrainian officials have repeatedly warned of Russia's plans to continue mobilizing more troops. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Bloomberg Radio New York
"more than 300,000" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"482 dropped their of 1.4% as deck was down 221 a decline of 1.9% ten year yield 3.58%. The two year yield 4.39% gold 1768 the ounce, lower today by 1.6%, West Texas intermediate crew down 3.2%, 77 39 to barrel. Briefly, Apple retail employees are pushing back on unionization efforts at a location and St. Louis, staffers are saying they do not want to be represented by the international association of machinists. Apple shares down today by 8 tenths of 1%. And that is a Bloomberg business flash. All right, Charlie, thank you so much. You are listening and watching Bloomberg businessweek on this Monday. Charlie mentioned PepsiCo, I just want to do a quick check on the share PepsiCo laying off workers at the headquarters of its North American snacks and beverage divisions, a signal that corporate belt tightening is extending beyond tech and media. This is according to people familiar with the matter and based on documents reviewed by The Wall Street Journal. So this is coming from Dow Jones. Shares of PepsiCo, by the way, they are pretty much flat here in the after hours. On the Bloomberg, I'm looking at PepsiCo. They have more than 300,000 employees Carol. So important to read into this in the context of it happening at the headquarters. Yeah, absolutely. A company will next report on February 10th. So we've got Hawaii is to go before we get a business update. All right, in the meantime, we're going to get an update on what the heck are all of us wearing as we head back to the office as I sit here in my jeans. Are you in jeans? I am in jeans. You're in jeans. So let's get to it. With the founder of the Southern California inspired Activewear brand, we're talking about fiore. Joe kudla is back with us. He joins us via Zoom from New York City. Joe, good to have you back with us. You know, last time we spoke was before we started the holiday season. So just want to get a read on what things are looking like in real time from you and what you're seeing when it comes to Black Friday, cyber Monday, and ahead of the holiday season. Give us the instant read here. Yeah, you know, going in, we were cautiously optimistic. We've seen great trends in our business this year. However, with all the discussion around promotion and the
The Dan Bongino Show
Kash Patel: Adam Laxalt Is in a Strong Position to Win in Nevada
"What sort of outstanding what are you guys kind of expecting coming down the line here Yeah unlike Arizona which has like 500,000 ballots left tabulate or 300,000 Clark county Las Vegas We were totally up about 50,000 ballots remaining And with Nevada also does is election day drop offs for the first time ever They allowed that which means you can show up to the booth with your mail in ballot and literally drop it off Now numbers came in for courthouse master last night and shrunk salt Lee But based on our math and what's coming and what's outstanding of course has mass there has to run a 65% 35% spread on the outstanding ballots to catch and surpass black salt for the victory And we think based on where those ballots are coming in from her best numbers are already in which is why Adam continues to say like he did last night on Fox that he's in such a strong position And we believe he will be the next senator here
Gov. Ron DeSantis: More Republicans Than Democrats Registered in FL
"You managed to you and managed to with your policies and so forth I mean completely change things in four years I mean four years ago you won by what 50,000 votes or so Yeah so if you look back before I became governor the marquee race each every two years Rick Scott 2010 governor Obama 2012 president Rick Scott reelection 14 Donald Trump in 16 and then me and 18 Those are all one point races or less And that was kind of the norm in Florida politics We had almost 300,000 more registered Democrats in Florida than Republicans When I got elected well today we have 306,000 more registered Republicans than Democrats had a lot of people come that don't affiliate with a party but are with us largely because they were refugees from COVID lockdowns and they came to the free state of Florida So this electorate is going to be the first electorate that we've ever had that has a Republican advantage at all We've never had more ours than these in Florida history and to have 306,000 in just a four year period That's almost a 600,000 registration shift in favor of Republicans We've never seen anything like that A lot of that's migration Mark but honestly if you look at the number of people that go from D to R in Florida versus R to D we are converting so many more Democrats to Republicans than vice versa It's not even funny particularly in a place like Miami dade county
AP News Radio
Stellantis: Park older models due to 3 Takata air bag deaths
"Several recent deaths involving certain older model Dodge and Chrysler vehicles have prompted an urgent recall The recall comes from Stellantis which is telling the owners of nearly 300,000 older Dodge challenger and charger muscle cars Dodge Magnum wagons and Chrysler 300 sedans to park them and don't drive Because of exploding airbags the vehicles affected our model years 2005 through 2010 Stellantis says this year alone airbag inflators blew apart killing at least two drivers and airbags are suspected in a third fatality These vehicles were already recalled in 2015 but Stellantis says those who didn't get the airbags fixed are facing an even higher risk of a rupture since the devices are getting older Worldwide there have been at least 32 deaths linked to exploding to kata airbags 23 in the United States I'm Jackie Quinn
Parts Counter Gurus Podcast
"Jay, have you heard of Bucky's? It's a fuel station. Oh, yes. Yes, I have. It's the new thing in Florida, yeah. So they're in Tennessee as well. They're moving up. I think they're kind of like the armadillo. They're finally making their own out of floor. Yeah. So these things are massive. For those of you that haven't seen one, it is bigger than any truck stop. I've ever seen. The number of gas pumps, I mean, you're in the probably close to a hundred pumps. That's insane. I mean, it's crazy, right? They're big, like, full on restaurant. Freshly made deli their stores inside. Like you can buy camping gear. It's bigger than some of the bigger little Walgreens, bigger than smaller than a Walmart or a target, but these places are huge. Which I have to wonder with the electric vehicle mandates being out there. And these places being so petroleum dependent for business, what's their long-term vision. But I digress. So pull up and pull up in a Google tab right now. And this is what I want you to type in. Okay. Bucky's mascot. It's be UC EES. Bucky's mascot. Okay? And you should see a picture of the little guy there in the results. Yeah, he's a beaver, right? Bucky the beaver, yeah. I see it. So we stopped for fuel at one of these last week. And I decided that in addition to beer name or mascot name, or apparently, is a gift. Because I came up with a name for this mascot. I couldn't find the name of the mascot in any of their literature. I looked online, I did this very search. Okay? I think you should be called Justin. Justin Bieber, there you go. I love it, man. Justin Bieber. All right, folks, you heard it here first. Just reach out to us. Bucky's, you're welcome. Absolutely. Absolutely. Yeah, you could have him dance it. He could be a movies. For sure. Yeah, absolutely, man. You could absolutely. He just broke ground, man, I think. I think he just broke ground. I really do. But maybe you should be his agent, you know? Yeah, since we got all these beaver, if you need an agent, Justin. Just hit us up over on parts counter guru dot com. There's a comments down. Oh man, I love it so much. I just love it. We are just full of absolute the best information in one could offer. I mean, we've got it all. Okay, so anyway, onto onto expensive cars. We've talked about the Cadillac lyric. It is Cadillac's flagship at this point. Of their entry into the EV market. It's an awesome looking vehicle turns heads like crazy. My dad is actually really, my dad loves cadillacs and he likes the car. We've talked about it. But Cadillac didn't stop there. They are wanting to obviously compete with the rolls royces. And a customizable luxury vehicle that will be there will be no two alike they say. They will all be hand built, they are 3D printing as many as a 115 different components on this vehicle. They are also doing some interesting aluminum casting for the wheels are going to have 23 inch wheels on these things. Here's the thing that got my attention mainly though. Yester hand built luxury vehicle and it'll be a low volume vehicle as well. 300,000 dollars. All right. So this is interesting. And I do like the enthusiasm that Mary Barra and team are showing on, hey, let's try some new things. My gut reaction to this is with no offense to your dad because the Cadillac does make a good product. And then resale values tend to do well over the years. But $300,000 for an automobile made by General Motors. So let me put this in perspective. Okay? This is space, by the way, that they haven't been in yet. Right. So let's say you're going to buy a watch. Okay? And you have $10,000 to spend on a watch. You know what? Let's make it 15. Let's make this interesting, okay? Okay. Okay. You got 15 K to spend on a watch, okay? Do you buy a Rolex? Or do you buy the latest fancy watch from timex that has all the Rolex like features and then some? For 12 5. Point will take in if I've got 15 to spend. You're going to get a Rolex. I'm going to get a rollout. Or an omega, or right? Right. Why is that? Timex has been around. They make decent watches. They don't make a decent yet $15,000 watch. No. That I know of. They make fishing at us out there, Mike, correct me. Right. But if I'm going to spend that kind of money on a watch, I'm buying more than the components in the watch, right? Right. Right. Okay. I think there's a couple of things that you get from this. For example, loss of value over time. Rolls Royce versus a Cadillac, loss of value. I don't think you're going to have near as much in depreciation with that roles or worse as you will with the Cadillac. Likewise, with a timex over a Rolex. It just doesn't happen. If
AP News Radio
Russian President Vladimir Putin says mobilization of army reservists he ordered will be completed in two weeks
"Russian president Vladimir Putin says he thinks a mobilization of army reservists he ordered last month to bolster his country's troops in Ukraine would be completed in two weeks Britain's told reporters after attending a summit in Kazakhstan that 222,000 of the 300,000 reservists the Russian defense ministry said would get called up have been mobilized a total of 33,000 of them are already in military units he says and 16,000 are involved in the military operation in Ukraine to call up announced by Putin in September has proved hugely unpopular in Russia where almost all men under the age of 65 are registered as reservists Russian media have described attempts to round up men without relevant experience
AP News Radio
Putin orders partial military call-up, sparking protests
"After humiliating setbacks in Ukraine Vladimir Putin is taking a risky step one to Russia hasn't seen in decades Putin has ordered a partial military call up as many as 300,000 reservists It's the first such mobilization since World War II and is deeply unpopular in Russia where media report a spike in airline ticket demand emitted apparent scramble to leave the country In a televised address Putin accused the west of nuclear blackmail noting what he calls statements by NATO nations about possibly using nuclear weapons against Russia Putin says Russia will use all means to defend itself Adding it's not a bluff at the UN President Putin has made over nuclear threats against Europe President Biden calls that a reckless disregard for Russia's responsibilities as a signer of the UN's nuclear non proliferation treaty Sagar Meghani Washington
AP News Radio
Putin sets partial mobilization in Russia, threatens enemies
"Russian president Vladimir Putin has announced a partial mobilization in Russia as the fighting in Ukraine reaches nearly 7 months The move comes as Moscow continues to lose ground on the battlefield in an address to the nation Putin warned the west that it's not a bluff that Russia would use all the means at its disposal to protect its territory Officials say the total number of reservists to be called up is around 300,000 Putin's address to the nation comes a day after Russian controlled regions in eastern and southern Ukraine announced plans to hold referendums on becoming integral parts of Russia the first four will start on Friday I'm Charles De Ledesma
The Dan Bongino Show
Dan Horowitz: Pfizer Knew About Maladies From COVID Vaccine
"What do you think is going on I mean this is really troubling what you're putting out there And by the way almost nobody's covering this outside of you day berenson and maybe Phil kerpen I mean people with profiles I haven't seen anyone else even touch this stuff I don't think people are mostly prepared for the implication of this And look Dan as you know we came out with pre orders rise of the forthright and we do believe it does rise to that level we need to reaffirm the number of code on informed consent And we need a nurnberg like trial for what happened What's going on We don't need to speculate anymore This was not January 2021 We have a wealth of information And you look at Pfizer's February 2021 document This is only a small percentage got it So you could have raised the red flag right then We already knew about almost 1300 categories of maladies that are those 9 pages are worth a challenge I just discovered sperm anti sperm auto antibodies in their new about all of this stuff So we have over a thousand peer reviewed studies on vaccine injury now Every single one of them isn't that Pfizer document The new about it now We know that all of this the auto of the neurological certainly the cardio It's not something you have to uncover to him It's out in the open It's just a matter of okay is it 300,000 killed or 500,000 killed so far Is it 2 million disabled 3 million disabled Like 9 million clinical injury 12 million You know what I mean That's what we're kind of groping in the dark with And then also the people that didn't have an issue so far is faster long-term What is it Do you long term This is insane So let me stop you there
"more than 300,000" Discussed on WTOP
"The nation's biggest downtown areas fell to just over 30% of pre-pandemic levels last week looking for a job the job site people ready says there were more than 300,000 posted positions in the solar energy industry in November The median pay $48,000 a year The new year will bring a pay bump to minimum wage workers in 25 states The races will bring 30 states plus the District of Columbia above the federal minimum wage of 7 25 Publics will begin offering paid parental leave to its employees in the new year The operator of about 1300 grocery stores is adding the benefit as retailers struggle to attract and keep workers public has about 225,000 employees From the Bloomberg newsroom I'm Larry kofsky On WTO P and now to Jeff klay bob for today's closing numbers No Thursday records the Dow lost 91 points JetBlue is now proactively canceling 1300 flights through January 13th anticipating more crew sick calls from COVID infections First time filings are unemployment benefits fell to a 198,000 last week the second lowest weekly number since early 2020 The average time it took to sell a home in the district last month was 28 days almost twice as fast as the national average Coming up after traffic and weather together a wildfire turns into a tragedy for hundreds of people in Colorado Hi.
KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"more than 300,000" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Advised our residents to take precautions and move to higher ground. Nicholas has since power down to a tropical storm, but not before flooding the Houston area downing trees and knocking out power to more than 300,000 customers. The cost of supplies and labor are driving up consumer prices, CBS news Business analyst Jill Schlessinger when we take out the volatile food and energy categories The core rate of inflation was up 4% over the last 12 months. This is a strong rate of inflation, but it is beginning to moderate a move to save money turns costly than Pennsylvania. CBS's Jim Krystle a explains free rides. Lots of them are taking a toll on the finances of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. More than $104 million in tolls went on collected last year as the agency fully converted to electronic tolling using a license plate camera system. Disappeared from Earth thousands of years ago or an extinct group of animals, scientists and entrepreneurs is hoping to generate Janet medically resurrect the woolly mammoth in Siberia overseeing the project, a researcher who edited elephant DNA by adding genes for mammoth traits like dense hair and thick fat America outside researchers are deeply skeptical. They'll be able to pull it off. The Dow is down 18 points S and P Off to this is CBS News. Fever is the key symptom for both the flu and covid. The exigent temporal scanner is essential to detect fevers early.
"more than 300,000" Discussed on WTOP
"Insurance visit W a p a dot org Forward slash 100 K to learn more Jack Taylor w T o p traffic and checking out Our forecast. Now with Lauryn Ricketts were dried today temperatures around 90. It's gonna feel like the mid nineties out there and again Plenty of sunshine tomorrow we'll wake up to a little fog still. Mild temperatures sixties and seventies and tomorrow. Around 90 degrees. Partly cloudy, little breezy at times some isolated afternoon storms Thursday and Friday, mid eighties with some afternoon storms possible but still humid. I'm storm team for meteorologists warn rickets right now it is 72 degrees and all the 74 in college Park 68 Annandale on 75 here in Friendship Heights. This is w t. O p your source for two days. Top news, traffic and weather always connected and constantly updated in your car at home. At work and on the go. W T O P Never miss a moment. Good morning. I'm Joan Jones and I'm Bruce Allen. Teddy Gellman is our producer Coming up. It is the sixth named hurricane of the 2021. Atlantic hurricane season, Nicholas is lashing the Texas coast, bringing heavy rains and strong wind gusts. A new wrinkle in the debate over Covid vaccine booster shots. D. C s mayor asks the council to withdraw its hold on Medicaid benefits for thousands on Megan Cloherty can't believe GOP news time is 8 31. One. It is now Tropical Storm Nicholas. Although it came ashore overnight and as a Category one hurricane and Nicholas has already dropped more than seven inches of rain in the Houston area. Streets are flooded trees are down and the power is off for more than 300,000 customers. CBS News correspondent Janet Shamlian reports from Chema near Houston. This is the same area that was slammed by Hurricane Harvey in 2017 with a record 60 inches of rain. Nicholas is not that storm. But already the governors of Texas and Louisiana have asked for federal aid, and this is coming just two weeks after Hurricane Ida slammed Louisiana later today, Nicholas is predicted to stall generating heavy rain and potential flooding over some of the same areas of Southeast Louisiana ravaged by Hurricane Ida. Voters are heading to polls today in the California recall election of Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom. President Biden did a little 11th hour campaigning yesterday for the governor Gavin Newsom, brought in some heavyweight help last night, President Biden you have a governor who has the courage to lead Mr Biden appeared alongside Newsome at the governor's final campaign event, Newsome implored his supporters to vote. We have 20 Four more hours to vote. No voters face two questions first. Should Newsome be recalled second.
Newsradio 600 KOGO
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"200 points, but NASDAQ rose to a record high. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News. When you hear that hunger calling your name, then you need to get some boom. Gotta find yourself a box weather. Open it up. Whether cookin something good. Listen, need some fuel for my machine Ain't no half way in between. Gotta give me something before I followed from the people. Then hop on that old horse of yours and head on down to Roy's, Yeah. Roy Rogers Restaurants invite you to try their new dynamic burger. It's a juicy burger topped with the jalapeno poppers. Tripoli ranks us project cheese and bacon. They say how they here They welcome you to stay. So come all down to boys and have a cowboy kind of deep. Yeah. Dynamite burger at Roy Rogers restaurants. It's one dynamite, burger Doordash and Uber Eats are available at participating restaurants. Compass Media networks. This is America's first news this morning with your host Gordon deal. Biden visits the Northeast. Good morning. I'm Gordon Deal along with Jennifer Cash, Enka. On this Wednesday, September 8th glad you're with us. Here's what we have for you this hour President Biden toward flood damage in New York and New Jersey. Meanwhile, more than 300,000 customers remain without power in Louisiana, a major earthquake has struck the Mexican resort town of Acapulco. Shaking was felt more than 200 miles away in Mexico City, West Virginia, Senator Joe Manchin is reportedly upending White House plans to spend trillions on human infrastructure and the resettlements of Afghan refugees has raised. The question is the Us certain about who's entering the country. More lawmakers expressing concern about the vetting process and raising, you know the idea that they want to welcome folks who had a clear record of working for the U. S military, But other Afghan evacuees who may be coming, they want to know how well they're being vetted, and they're starting to show significant reservations about them, you know, coming to their communities. Knickmeyer off at The Washington Post on who's coming to the U. S from Afghanistan. President Biden is using.
"more than 300,000" Discussed on 600 WREC
"At the Washington Post on who's coming to the U. S from Afghanistan. President Biden is using part of a visit to flood ravaged New York and New Jersey to promote his $3.5 trillion spending bill that would include climate provisions. Mr Biden yesterday spent time in Manville, New Jersey, and Queens, New York to survey the damage caused by the remnants of Hurricane IDA, which led to record breaking rainfall. Flash floods and tornadoes in the Northeast walk in these neighborhoods, meeting the families in the first responders. Seen how folks are doing after this destruction and pain and another devastating storm is an eye opener. The president has issued disaster declarations to make federal aid available to people in parts of New York and New Jersey impacted by the storm. Biden administration also wants Washington lawmakers to pass a short term funding measure, including upward of $24 billion for recovery efforts stemming from ADA. And other natural disasters. Separately, more than 300,000 customers remain without power in Louisiana, where IDA first made landfall. Powerful earthquake has struck southwestern Mexico near the beach resort of Acapulco, killing at least one person, a man crushed by a falling post. About 1.6 million were left without power. We get more from this morning's Mike Gavin. Mexican officials said. The quake struck about seven miles southwest of Acapulco just before nine o'clock local time last night. The service would then record 92 aftershocks In the hours after the quake, photos on social media showed cracked and damaged buildings, fallen lampposts and Streets littered with broken glass.
990 The Answer
"more than 300,000" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"At The Washington Post on who's coming to the U. S. From Afghanistan. President Biden is using part of a visit to flood ravaged New York and New Jersey to promote his $3.5 trillion spending bill. That would include climate provisions. Mr Biden yesterday spent time in Manville, New Jersey, and Queens, New York to survey the damage caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ida, which led to record breaking rainfall, flash floods and tornadoes in the Northeast walk in these neighborhoods, meeting the families and the first responders. Seeing how folks are doing after this destruction and pain and another devastating storm. Is an eye opener. The president has issued disaster declarations to make federal aid available to people in parts of New York and New Jersey impacted by the storm. The Biden administration also wants Washington lawmakers to pass a short term funding measure. Including upward of $24 billion for recovery efforts stemming from IDA and other natural disasters. Separately, more than 300,000 customers remain without power in Louisiana, where IDA first made landfall. Powerful earthquake has struck southwestern Mexico near the beach resort of Acapulco, killing at least one person, a man crushed by a falling post about 1.6 million were left without power. We get more from this morning's Mike Gavin. Mexican officials said. The quake struck about seven miles southwest of Acapulco just before nine o'clock local time last night. The surface would then record 92 aftershocks In the hours after the quake, photos on social media showed cracked and damaged buildings, fallen lampposts and street Littered with broken glass.
News Radio 920 AM
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"Look back at this week in history on I Heart radio this week in 1920, the 19th amendment guaranteeing women the right to vote is formally adopted into the U. S Constitution. It's two sections read simply the right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied, or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex and Congress shall have no power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation this week in 1939, the first televised major league baseball game is broadcast on stage. And W two X Bs. The station would become WNBC TV announcer Red Barber called the game between the Reds and the Brooklyn Dodgers at Ebbets Field in Brooklyn, New York at the time television was still in its infancy. Regular programming did not yet exist and very few people on television sets. There were only about 400 in the New York area this week in 1963 on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D. C. The African American Civil Rights movement reaches its high water mark when Martin Luther King Jr gave His I have a dream speech to about 250,000 people attending the march on Washington for jobs and freedom. The demonstrators black and white, poor and Rich came together in the nation's capital to demand voting rights and equal opportunity for African Americans and to appeal for the end to racial segregation and discrimination. And this week in 2017, Hurricane Harvey spun into Texas unloading extraordinary amounts of rain. Hurricane killed. Nearly 70 people damaged more than 300,000 structures and caused an estimated 125. Pioneer Seal Coach Studio. It's the gym Pulido Show on news radio. 5 80 94.9 FM W T A G Were you Turn him off. 1234 You get a bus? Get on up, Get.
"more than 300,000" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Airport in Afghanistan. We haven't seen any any hostile interactions between the Taliban and our people, and we certainly and we haven't seen them impede or harass or obstruct the movement of American citizens from the environs. Into the airport. Meantime, there are protests for a second day in Afghanistan. People are waving the Afghan flag. Taliban fighters again responded violently. Florida Governor Rhonda Santa says he's not sold yet on getting a coronavirus booster shots. It doesn't change your protection for death or serious illness. They think the booster will help reduce the chance that you have effectively a mild infection. And so I think people can look at that and and ask themselves whether that's something that they think President Biden says he and his wife Will get a booster shot in December eight months after getting their second shots. A federal appeals court is upholding a Texas law outlawing an abortion method commonly used to end second trimester pregnancies. Biden administration says it will automatically erase student loan debt for more than 300,000 Americans with disabilities that leave them unable to earn significant incomes. The number of incidents involving unruly passengers on airlines is growing, and so are the fines imposed by federal safety officials. The FAA says its proposed fines against 34 more passengers, pushing the total of potential penalties to more than a million dollars this year. This is a P news. The CDC director is explaining why Americans should get a booster coronavirus shots. The plan is for Americans just start getting boosters the week of September 20th. But do we really need them? CDC Director Dr Rachelle Wollensky answered that question on the Today show. We have not yet seen the data, but we are hopeful that the booster will not only protect you give you a higher level of protection. Not just against the Delta area, but against a broad range of variants. But it might also decrease the level of virus that you have and make it less transmissible. So you'd get a booster eight months after getting the second Fizer or Moderna vaccine. Those who got the Johnson and Johnson vaccine will probably also need a boosters, say officials, but they're waiting for more data. I'm Rita Foley. Hurricane Grace struck Mexico's Caribbean coast just south.
KFI AM 640
"more than 300,000" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Trade Commission says more than 300,000 people filed complaints about pandemic scams between January of last year in July of this year, we're watching your drive on the 10. Yeah, thankfully, not as bad as we feared if you were with us last time around no problem. Eastbound tenant City terrorists that's about well halfway between the five and the 17 going out towards the Alhambra. Five drivers mixed it up, but we understand getting over to the shoulders, so really, not a problem. Now going the other way. A good comparison. Now the westbound to 10 to 10 to 60 from the 605. Now to the West. They're all in pretty good shape, especially the Pomona Freeway. Gosh, it's wonderful all the way in the 10 and the to 10 the kind of morning drive slow going out, but not too bad and going into Orange County. Now south four or five the beach cities going through Orange County. Slow through the construction zone that's predictable for a while, until they get that all wrapped up. But so little bit moving down towards the 55. Not too bad that we're just getting word of another section of the 60 that just got in big trouble. This is westbound 60 at Azusa. That's in between 57 605 middle lanes blocked everything has stopped. We get around that pretty easy don't go away more coming up. Injured in an accident visited Superwoman Super Lawyer Com KF Get You there Faster! I'm Jeff, uh, Enjoy. You gotta cause shapes. We all I want to introduce you. The Thundercats Technology. Thunder Cat Technology is a premier provider of I T solutions not only for government organizations but educational institutions and commercial enterprises as a leader in cybersecurity infrastructure, Unified Communications and cloud technology.
WHAS 840 AM
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"I'm Toni Kroos, along with Eric Cantor Ski, ABC News senior investigative reporter and Aaron, a federal judge in Texas. Now the U. S. Air Force 60% to blame For that deadly 2017 shooting at the first Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs. How did he come up with this? Yeah, Tony. It's interesting. Look, the Sutherland Springs Church shooting was the money that was the worst mass shooting in a house of worship in American history. 26 people killed Ranging in age from 5 to 72. There's only one shooter. It's Kevin Kelly. Here's the one that that's to blame but in a civil lawsuit brought by families of victims Judge said that the Air Force shared responsibility, in fact, most of the responsibility because the Air Force failed to report Kelly's history of violence to the FBI and the background check system. That might have prevented Kelly from obtaining the gun that he used in the mass shooting. It's interesting because the U. S background check system for firearms hit an all time high more than 300,000 last year, and so we're seeing some information like that, But I wonder long term. Would this make or put some more pressure seemingly on gun stores. Perhaps gun ranges to make sure they do background checks and maybe even friends and family that just passed firearms on to their family members or friends. Well, look, I mean, that's the hope, right? I mean, the country's submerging from one pandemic straight into another, I mean, and amid increasing gun violence all around the country, and it's not just in mass shootings. It's in domestic violence and suicide and, you know, gang activity. I mean, it runs the gamut, but here The The onus, the judge said, was on the air Force to alert the FBI to Devin Kelly's history of domestic abuse and violence. The statements that he made threatening to shoot members of his own service in the Air Force. And the Air Force just failed to do it now. The Air Force said that it didn't have to because government agencies, including the Defense Department, are are exempt from required, reporting that that may not apply to other types of entities. But The judge still said the air Force had the obligation and failed to exercise reasonable care. All right, So you said, this is a civil case. So now what's the penalty for the airport? Well, we'll see. This is now going to give the families the opportunity to try and and and sue for damages and win some money from the from the government from the Air Force as they try to You know, collect something out of the pieces of the Sutherland Springs shooting, and I think this ruling is a way to kind of allocate who's ultimately going to have to pay. All right, Erin Khutor Ski ABC News Thanks for your time this morning. Erin is always here with the Scottish Gerald..
New Jersey 101.5
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"Make the legs day on 855 micrograms. Macaca. I'm 404 in a New Jersey one at 1.5 fast traffic Trouble on 22. Now in the East Band signed coming out of North Broad Street in hillside. That's a crash being cleared. 70 eight's. The Better idea of the Turbine has gotten very busy on the south and side coming down towards the Gospels Bridge area out of Newark down towards Elizabeth, and there's lots of traffic on Route one and Edison. It's a crash on the sand pants out of her by Grandview Avenue. 202 has been reopened in Raritan Tanja, but an accident now cleared out of the way. The Garden State Parkway Wanna mess you've got big delays both ways into a couple of miles south of Aged 98. It's a knockdown crash farther up the line express lanes north at 1 14. There's a crash on the shoulder and avoid the George Washington Bridge, leaving New Jersey That's at least 20 to 25 minutes, slow down upstairs and down closer to 10 to 15 minutes on the tunnels. Tom Rivers, New Jersey Traffic North Jill Myron, New Jersey Traffic Southwest bound Atlantic City Expressway exit 12, a the eggs of Fareed 40 Rangel Borough Road, It will have a left leaning crash. Slowing you down. Harrison 3 22 westbound Crash car off the roadway at 3 22 at 55 to 95 south. You're hitting the brakes Exit 29 down to exit 26 Malika Township White horse, Pike closed both ways at Columbia Road. With emergency crews working on a polling utility wires. Utility pole wires down New Jersey fence traffic Every 15 minutes. Next report for 18 on New Jersey one of 1.5 The driveway dot com. Business report Records show The number of people stopped from buying guns through the U. S background check system hit an all time high of more than 300,000 last year amid a surge of firearms sales. The records obtained by the group, every town for gun safety.
"more than 300,000" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Ah, heartbreaking story after first responders found a dead newborn in a backpack near Peoria Avenue. And I 17 Phoenix Police Sergeant Mercedes Fortune says officers were called to a brush area near the intersection once officers found what they believe to be a bag. Inside the bag. They found a infant and the infant appeared to be deceased. Phoenix police continue to investigate. This comes just weeks after a new bill was signed to increase Arizona's safe haven laws, which allow parents to relinquish and unharmed child to the state without punishment from just three days to 30. Arizona votes. Arizonans opposed 55 to 41, the state Senate Republican audit of Maricopa County's November election. Chief pollster Paul Ben's with high ground consulting believes Republicans air using it to cater to their own base, and they're probably getting rapturous applause for the audit because 77% of their audience supports them. But if they get outside of these precinct meetings and start looking at the electorate that's likely to show up in 2022, it creates a much steeper hill for them declined among independents. Purple State who opposed the audit. High Grounds. Poll also found 44% of Arizonans won't support candidates who support the audit. Katya our eyes on the economy Last year, Arizona headed into the Memorial Day weekend with more than 300,000 people forced off the job by the pandemic. This year, Valley Economist Jim Rounds says about 70% of those jobs have been recovered where the US has only recovered 63%. So again, we're outperforming the nation is the whole round Sadd's of the 10 largest metro areas nationwide. Phoenix lost the least number of jobs my percentage and has also regained the most jobs. Good news. Spring training fans, The Los Angeles Angels are extending their stay a Tempe Diablo stadium, and the stadium is getting a huge renovation..
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"This is Oklahoma's first news. Some like it hot and if you're one of them Love today. Our forecast is coming up a suspect in a deadly shooting taken into custody following a manhunt in Hera. Authorities say the suspect allegedly shot and killed a man during an argument in the 2700 block of people He rode yesterday afternoon. The suspect fled the scene of the shooting but was later arrested. The state of Oklahoma can retain custody of a man who's been on death row for killing three native Americans on tribal land. That's the decision. From the U. S. Supreme Court, despite the McGurk decision that held that crimes committed on tribal land when the defendant or victim is native American belong in federal court. Shawn Bossy, was convicted of killing Katrina Griffin and her two Children and the Chickasaw Nation Reservation to address the huge backlog of real idea application, State Senator Chuck Hall of Perry says The state of Oklahoma will open mega centers this summer similar to the mega centers used to distribute covert 19 vaccines in order to really address the needs of working Oklahomans, and we've set hours that will run from eight until 10 p.m.. We'll do that Monday through Saturday, he says. The first center will open in Oklahoma City, then one will open in Tulsa. He says they should be able to serve more than 300,000 Oklahomans who are seeking a real ID driver's license. CEOs of the nation's biggest banks are sharing With lawmakers their outlook on U. S economic recovery following the Corona virus pandemic. Testifying before the Senate Banking Committee,.
WNYC 93.9 FM
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"Spotted one of the variance and then discovered six other very similar variants in other parts of the US all seven of similar mutations in a key protein the virus uses to infect cells. So researchers worry they may be more contagious. But researchers caution There's no reason to panic. Many mutations turn out to be meaningless. Still, everything should be done to slow the spread of the virus, like everyone wearing masks and staying away from people they don't live with, especially endures. Prevent any variance from triggering another wave of infections and to prevent other variants from evolving. Rob Stein. NPR News show of Korea's intelligence officials say hackers from North Korea have tried to steal information about Corona virus vaccines and treatments, but it's deny that it named Fizer by intact as a target. Earlier today. One lawmaker who took part in a closed door briefing with South Korea's National Intelligence Service, says he and other members of parliament were told that hackers attempted to steal Fizer is covert 19 vaccine. Technology. Bitcoin is cross. The $50,000 threshold. For the first time price of Bitcoin had been climbing is more companies single plans to accept the digital currency. This is NPR. You want my see in New York? I'm David first Mayor de Blasio says last week was the biggest yet for covert vaccinations in the city with more than 300,000, New Yorkers getting the shot. Speaking on New York one, he said he was especially encouraged when he saw a large turnout of elderly residents get their shots at the Sheepshead. No strong houses in Brooklyn. Folks were really enthusiastic about the fact that vaccination is being done right there in their development, and there's been a lot of outreach to them. Ah, lot of seniors came down and did it because it was right there. That's what I want to do a lot more of. I think that's what's going to really encourage people. Mayor says he wants more vaccinations to be given where residents live. Some restaurant workers are calling on the state to include them in any future decisions on indoor dining. As of Friday, New York allowed restaurants to serve a 25% capacity and they can now stay open until 11 o'clock at night. Tonia till, UM, is with the restaurant organizing project and a server at Mary's Fish camp in the West Village. She says her boss hasn't opening hasn't opened into our dining out of concern for employees. Who have yet to access the covert vaccine. Just been such a roller coaster since last march. Like in every way for restaurant workers, this one I I will say this one felt Really difficult because of the fact that the vaccine was in view. New York only recently made restaurant workers eligible for the cove it vaccine. Starting next Monday. The subways will close at 2 A.m. and reopen at 4 A.m.. Currently, riders only have until 1 A.m. to catch a train in the system doesn't reopen until 5 A.m. officials say there will still be time to clean and disinfect the trains. 47 degrees Right now. Mostly cloudy skies this afternoon Tonight partly cloudy low of 25 tomorrow, Sonny behind the mid thirties. Support for NPR comes from Lifelock reminding consumers that of identity theft victims over 30% were victims of multiple types of cybercrime. Learn more at Lifelock dot com. This is all of it. NW N Y C. I'm Alison Stewart. Thank you for spending part of your day with me. We're delighted to be back with you after being preempted last week. We have been working on a lot of content for you. Later On today show.
"more than 300,000" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"That wanted to return to the classroom today could not. There were two separate groups of parents now that are getting tired of the rhetoric on both sides. One group held their Children out of remote learning to protest the current reopening plan. They'd like a seat at the bargaining table. Another separate group of 10. Parents are prepared to file a lawsuit if teachers decide to strike saying that would be illegal. Mayor Lori Lightfoot says another strike would be catastrophic and says in part quote Let me be very clear. Our schools are safe. We've invested over $100 million in ventilation, other safety protocols, making sure that we have masks, safety and health screening. Naperville School District. 203 plans to reimburse tax players millions of dollars because schools were closed during the covert 19 pandemic. Our Nick Gail reports. The district consisting of both Naperville Central in Naperville, North High schools, says it has a surplus following the school shutdowns that began in March, so they will reimburse a total of $10 million. The owner of a $400,000 home, for instance, would be reimbursed between 275 and $300. Local officials are now working with the district to determine who's eligible for the rebate. The district plans to issue more than 300,000 checks over the next several weeks. Nick Gale 8 90 WLS news. An internal team in Wuhan. China, investigating how the gilded 19 virus began. Here's NBC's Dave Packer, the U. N team of experts spent about an hour to seafood market the side of a December 2019 outbreak of covert 19 World Health Organization. Technically, Dr Maria van Kirk over their focus is on the early cases on their having very good discussions around that Wh O Emergencies chief Dr Michael Ryan urging the world to be patient while the team carries out their objective because as part of any investigation of any Infectious disease event. As you got the more information you get some answers, and then it creates more questions. Dave Packer ABC News Many Americans fear There will not be enough vaccine when they go to get their second Covitz shot. Here's Andy Field. Dr Anthony Fauci tried to ease concerns that some Americans won't be able to get their second covert shop if a person is ready for their second dose. That person will be prioritized if a person has not gotten their first dose, But you've taken care of all of the second dose people. Then you go ahead with the first dose. But first, the government must approve billions more to ensure that vaccine will be there and he failed. ABC NEWS Washington We are not alone in the Midwest. There's a winter wallop for the Northeast is well. Here's a BCS Aaron Cutter ski foot Plus that has fallen so far in Central Park is just the beginning. This is a dangerous life threatening Situation, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said the roads are dangerous. Much of mass transit was shutting down safely find your way home. Lock the door. Sit on the couch. It's stay home. The advice from New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy air travel has done in the Northeast, vaccination sites have shut down and in person classes were canceled. Boston Public School buildings will be closed on Monday in Tuesday, It's particularly disappointing for Mayor Marty Walsh in Boston, where some in person learning was supposed to resume. Aaron Carter. SKI ABC NEWS NEW YORK Taking a look at W. Well, a sports the Bowl's host the next tonight the Bulls forth in the central at seven and 11 the next fourth in the Atlantic at nine and 12 College basketball Big win for the fighting A line I over Iowa on Friday evening 80 to 75 the final there that shot Illinois up in the AP rankings to 12. Illinois 11 and five on the year they faced Indiana tomorrow night. The Hoosiers were at nine and seven. Fighting a line I and Indiana tomorrow evening pregame at 7 30 Right here on your home for fighting a line I basketball wls am 8 90. WLS news. Time is 505 Don't take chances with covert 19 and your family's health used the accident.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"Will be lifted. These other restrictions we put in place in early November, the required many businesses such as restaurants, health clubs, movie theaters. Another is to close at 9:30 P.m. and the corresponding health advisory It went with it at this time. We're keeping in place the across the board 25% capacity limits that we adopted on December 26th for at least another two weeks. Until 5 a.m. Monday, February 8th the state's covert numbers in this report from WBC's Carl Stevens, for the first time in a week and a half, The estimated number of active cases of covert in the Commonwealth is below 90,000. Then the seven day positivity rated 5.57% is the lowest we've seen in some time. Those trends are positive. But the virus is still doing a lot of damage. The latest update from the state Department of Public Health shows 75 newly confirmed covert related deaths, bringing the pandemic death toll in Massachusetts to 13,622. The number of covert patients in hospitals at 2152 is the lowest we've seen in weeks, but hospitals are still very busy running at around 88% of capacity across the Commonwealth. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio in New Hampshire. Registration begins this morning for the more than 300,000 people in the States. Phase one B vaccination plan. It includes those 65 older those with qualifying conditions, corrections workers and staff and residents of facilities for people with disabilities. Governor Chris Sununu says registrations begin at 8 a.m. Very exciting. It's a very big undertaking. On for the estimated 300,000 granite staters that do fall within phase one being The again the first actual appointments. The first actual points for the vaccine will begin on Tuesday, January 26 so you can sign up as of 8 A.m., but the actual vaccination process will start on Tuesday. On go on indefinitely. So no says the easiest way to register is on the vaccine website or called to 11 and he advises everyone to be patient. Means quarantine requirement for out of state visitors during the pandemic has been upheld by a federal appeals court. The owners of two campgrounds and several individuals sued after Governor Janet Mills signed an executive order in April requiring most travelers to quarantine for 14 days on their arrival in the pine Tree state. Coming up Bloomberg business and sports who can do a better job of rolling out covert vaccinations government, which until now, according to reports did not have a rollout plan or business. Some businesses have already offered the Biden administration any help needed think Amazon there. Washington State this week said private companies will lend their expertise among them Starbucks to try to Reduce Patient Wait Times In Charlotte, North Carolina. Executives from Honeywell Atrium Health and the group that owns the Carolina Panthers meant to try to work out a plan. The chief economist at M K M partners, Michael Darda, says Really, it is job one. The vaccine rollout, which you know has hit some bumps in the road to say the least. And that's the most important focus. Apple's first new product, since the Apple Watch may only be a placeholder, an expensive one. Sources tell Bloomberg Apple is ready to launch a virtual reality headset next year that could cause Thousands more than the competition but really is just a preview of augmented reality glasses. I'm John Doniger Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's news radio spots speak of mine not speak of it doesn't matter how you say it spot speak up. Just have it played WBC news radio on my heart radio. Wicked smart. Corian countertops from Bill Shay's. Yep, that Bill Chase Koreans so clean. It's used in hospitals and labs. And, unlike other countertops that have crevices where germs hide Koreans non porous, giving him no place to hide and comes in a ton of colors. That'll give your kids in a brand new look, Call Bill Shay's installed the cleanest countertops. You could put your hands on. Call the companies so serious about countertops. They put it in their name Bill Shay's countertops, Because when you say Shay's you make your new counter tops these days, you've got to do whatever you.