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Andy Warhol's 'Marilyn' sells for $195 million, setting record for American art

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00:42 sec | Last week

Andy Warhol's 'Marilyn' sells for $195 million, setting record for American art

"I I I I know know know know I I I I kind kind kind kind of of of of painting painting painting painting has has has has set set set set a a a a record record record record for for for for the the the the most most most most expensive expensive expensive expensive piece piece piece piece of of of of art art art art by by by by an an an an American American American American ever ever ever ever sold sold sold sold at at at at auction auction auction auction it's it's it's it's a a a a piece piece piece piece of of of of artwork artwork artwork artwork you you you you have have have have probably probably probably probably seen seen seen seen many many many many times times times times before before before before Andy Andy Andy Andy Warhol's Warhol's Warhol's Warhol's portrait portrait portrait portrait of of of of Marilyn Marilyn Marilyn Marilyn Monroe Monroe Monroe Monroe the the the the nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen sixty sixty sixty sixty four four four four so so so so screen screen screen screen features features features features the the the the actress actress actress actress in in in in a a a a vibrant vibrant vibrant vibrant close close close close up up up up yellow yellow yellow yellow hair hair hair hair blue blue blue blue eye eye eye eye shadow shadow shadow shadow ruby ruby ruby ruby red red red red lipstick lipstick lipstick lipstick on on on on a a a a blue blue blue blue background background background background yeah yeah yeah yeah that that that that one one one one well well well well it's it's it's it's officially officially officially officially known known known known as as as as shot shot shot shot sage sage sage sage blue blue blue blue marlin marlin marlin marlin and and and and it it it it has has has has sold sold sold sold four four four four hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and ninety ninety ninety ninety five five five five million million million million dollars dollars dollars dollars Christie's Christie's Christie's Christie's of of of of New New New New York York York York says says says says not not not not only only only only is is is is it it it it the the the the most most most most expensive expensive expensive expensive piece piece piece piece done done done done by by by by an an an an American American American American artist artist artist artist ever ever ever ever sold sold sold sold it it it it is is is is also also also also the the the the most most most most expensive expensive expensive expensive piece piece piece piece from from from from the the the the twentieth twentieth twentieth twentieth century century century century ever ever ever ever auctioned auctioned auctioned auctioned off off off off the the the the buyer buyer buyer buyer was was was was not not not not identified identified identified identified I'm I'm I'm I'm Oscar Oscar Oscar Oscar wells wells wells wells Gabriel Gabriel Gabriel Gabriel

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Oh, rats! As New Yorkers emerge from pandemic, so do rodents

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00:51 sec | Last week

Oh, rats! As New Yorkers emerge from pandemic, so do rodents

"As as as as New New New New York York York York recovers recovers recovers recovers from from from from the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic so so so so are are are are the the the the city's city's city's city's rats rats rats rats in in in in numbers numbers numbers numbers that that that that health health health health department department department department data data data data suggest suggest suggest suggest could could could could be be be be the the the the highest highest highest highest in in in in at at at at least least least least a a a a decade decade decade decade so so so far far far this this this year year year people people people have have have called called called in in in what what what could could could be be be a a a record record record number number number of of of rat rat rat sightings sightings sightings some some some seven seven seven thousand thousand thousand four four four hundred hundred hundred that's that's that's nearly nearly nearly two two two thirds thirds thirds more more more than than than right right right before before before the the the start start start of of of the the the call call call the the the outbreak outbreak outbreak Richard Richard Richard Reynolds Reynolds Reynolds runs runs runs a a a group group group that that that uses uses uses dogs dogs dogs to to to hunt hunt hunt for for for rats rats rats what what what happened happened happened during during during the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic was was was that that that your your your restaurant restaurant restaurant shut shut shut down down down he he he says says says the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic force force force rodents rodents rodents to to to scrounge scrounge scrounge for for for food food food out out out in in in the the the open open open waiting waiting waiting outside outside outside guiding guiding guiding came came came along along along there there there was was was food food food again again again but but but you've you've you've got got got some some some hungry hungry hungry rats rats rats and and and they're they're they're going going going to to to come come come right right right up up up on on on your your your dinner dinner dinner table table table and and and get get get it it it as as as part part part of of of its its its war war war on on on the the the pesky pesky pesky Berman Berman Berman the the the city city city plans plans plans to to to install install install padlock padlock padlock garbage garbage garbage bins bins bins and and and sidewalks sidewalks sidewalks to to to drop drop drop the the the rodents rodents rodents back back back into into into the the the shadows shadows shadows barbecue barbecue barbecue no no no call call call upon upon upon New New New York York York

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Small businesses scramble for workers

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00:53 sec | Last week

Small businesses scramble for workers

"Four four four four hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and twenty twenty twenty twenty eight eight eight eight thousand thousand thousand thousand jobs jobs jobs jobs were were were were added added added added in in in in April April April April even even even even so so so so small small small small businesses businesses businesses businesses are are are are still still still still scrambling scrambling scrambling scrambling to to to to find find find find and and and and keep keep keep keep workers workers workers workers right right right right now now now now there there there there are are are are about about about about two two two two jobs jobs jobs jobs for for for for every every every every unemployed unemployed unemployed unemployed person person person person in in in in this this this this country country country country there there there there have have have have been been been been on on on on average average average average about about about about four four four four hundred hundred hundred hundred thousand thousand thousand thousand new new new new jobs jobs jobs jobs added added added added each each each each of of of of the the the the last last last last twelve twelve twelve twelve months months months months some some some some four four four four point point point point eight eight eight eight million million million million jobs jobs jobs jobs in in in in total total total total small small small small businesses businesses businesses businesses are are are are caught caught caught caught in in in in the the the the squeeze squeeze squeeze squeeze Christopher Christopher Christopher Christopher Clark Clark Clark Clark owns owns owns owns cut cut cut cut above above above above landscaping landscaping landscaping landscaping in in in in Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts the the the the lucky lucky lucky lucky if if if if you you you you get get get get them them them them in in in in the the the the door door door door and and and and you're you're you're you're really really really really lucky lucky lucky lucky if if if if they they they they stay stay stay stay for for for for a a a a while while while while he he he he says says says says he's he's he's he's been been been been trying trying trying trying to to to to find find find find another another another another three three three three to to to to five five five five full full full full time time time time workers workers workers workers Craigslist Craigslist Craigslist Craigslist indeed indeed indeed indeed word word word word of of of of miles miles miles miles or or or or anything anything anything anything just just just just nobody nobody nobody nobody nobody's nobody's nobody's nobody's coming coming coming coming to to to to the the the the door door door door to to to to apply apply apply apply for for for for a a a a position position position position the the the the tight tight tight tight labor labor labor labor market market market market has has has has employers employers employers employers offering offering offering offering higher higher higher higher wages wages wages wages and and and and other other other other incentives incentives incentives incentives which which which which have have have have in in in in turn turn turn turn led led led led to to to to pressures pressures pressures pressures to to to to raise raise raise raise prices prices prices prices I'm I'm I'm I'm Jim Jim Jim Jim acquire acquire acquire acquire

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Live updates | Ukraine leader says medical services in occupied areas 'catastrophic'.

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00:50 sec | Last week

Live updates | Ukraine leader says medical services in occupied areas 'catastrophic'.

"You you you you kinds kinds kinds kinds president president president president has has has has lamented lamented lamented lamented the the the the lack lack lack lack of of of of medical medical medical medical services services services services in in in in occupied occupied occupied occupied areas areas areas areas of of of of Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine in in in in just just just just a a a a small small small small town town town town the the the the situation situation situation situation with with with with access access access access to to to to medical medical medical medical services services services services and and and and medicines medicines medicines medicines is is is is just just just just catastrophic catastrophic catastrophic catastrophic even even even even the the the the simplest simplest simplest simplest medications medications medications medications are are are are missing missing missing missing president president president president Clinton Clinton Clinton Clinton is is is is in in in in that that that that scheme scheme scheme scheme made made made made the the the the comments comments comments comments in in in in a a a a speech speech speech speech delivered delivered delivered delivered at at at at the the the the parade parade parade parade of of of of Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine charity charity charity charity events events events events in in in in the the the the U. U. U. U. K. K. K. K. so so so so does does does does he he he he went went went went on on on on to to to to say say say say almost almost almost almost no no no no treatments treatments treatments treatments was was was was available available available available for for for for those those those those suffering suffering suffering suffering from from from from cancer cancer cancer cancer and and and and insulin insulin insulin insulin for for for for diabetics diabetics diabetics diabetics was was was was difficult difficult difficult difficult to to to to find find find find one one one one non non non non existence existence existence existence he he he he also also also also said said said said there there there there were were were were no no no no antibiotics antibiotics antibiotics antibiotics available available available available the the the the cranium cranium cranium cranium president president president president said said said said during during during during the the the the course course course course of of of of the the the the war war war war the the the the Russian Russian Russian Russian ministry ministry ministry ministry had had had had five five five five more more more more than than than than two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand missiles missiles missiles missiles into into into into Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine he he he he said said said said the the the the destroyed destroyed destroyed destroyed or or or or damaged damaged damaged damaged infrastructure infrastructure infrastructure infrastructure includes includes includes includes ninety ninety ninety ninety four four four four hundred hundred hundred hundred hospitals hospitals hospitals hospitals and and and and other other other other medical medical medical medical facilities facilities facilities facilities I'm I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas

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US hiring was likely strong again in April despite inflation

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00:43 sec | Last week

US hiring was likely strong again in April despite inflation

"The the the the nation's nation's nation's nation's jobs jobs jobs jobs boom boom boom boom continues continues continues continues with with with with employers employers employers employers adding adding adding adding another another another another four four four four hundred hundred hundred hundred twenty twenty twenty twenty eight eight eight eight thousand thousand thousand thousand jobs jobs jobs jobs in in in in April April April April this this this this streak streak streak streak of of of of robust robust robust robust hiring hiring hiring hiring in in in in the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. continues continues continues continues the the the the labor labor labor labor department department department department has has has has reported reported reported reported another another another another four four four four hundred hundred hundred hundred twenty twenty twenty twenty eight eight eight eight thousand thousand thousand thousand jobs jobs jobs jobs were were were were added added added added despite despite despite despite the the the the harsh harsh harsh harsh inflation inflation inflation inflation numbers numbers numbers numbers chronic chronic chronic chronic supply supply supply supply shortages shortages shortages shortages the the the the war war war war in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine and and and and higher higher higher higher borrowing borrowing borrowing borrowing costs costs costs costs the the the the numbers numbers numbers numbers keep keep keep keep the the the the unemployment unemployment unemployment unemployment rate rate rate rate at at at at three three three three point point point point six six six six percent percent percent percent just just just just above above above above the the the the lowest lowest lowest lowest level level level level in in in in half half half half a a a a century century century century but but but but it's it's it's it's unclear unclear unclear unclear how how how how long long long long this this this this jobs jobs jobs jobs boom boom boom boom will will will will last last last last with with with with the the the the fed fed fed fed raising raising raising raising its its its its key key key key lending lending lending lending rate rate rate rate making making making making it it it it costlier costlier costlier costlier for for for for consumers consumers consumers consumers and and and and companies companies companies companies to to to to borrow borrow borrow borrow spend spend spend spend and and and and higher higher higher higher hi hi hi hi Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn

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Astros slug 3 HRs in 4th straight win, 11-7 over Blue Jays

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00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Astros slug 3 HRs in 4th straight win, 11-7 over Blue Jays

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Security camera fail during NYC subway attack to be probed

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00:47 sec | 3 weeks ago

Security camera fail during NYC subway attack to be probed

"The the the the failure failure failure failure of of of of security security security security cameras cameras cameras cameras in in in in the the the the New New New New York York York York City City City City Subway Subway Subway Subway station station station station where where where where a a a a gunman gunman gunman gunman opened opened opened opened fire fire fire fire this this this this month month month month is is is is the the the the subject subject subject subject of of of of an an an an investigation investigation investigation investigation the the the the acting acting acting acting M. M. M. M. G. G. G. G. A. A. A. A. inspector inspector inspector inspector general general general general says says says says the the the the mass mass mass mass shooting shooting shooting shooting in in in in sunset sunset sunset sunset park park park park Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn raises raises raises raises questions questions questions questions about about about about why why why why the the the the cameras cameras cameras cameras were were were were not not not not transmitting transmitting transmitting transmitting and and and and wants wants wants wants a a a a review review review review of of of of the the the the maintenance maintenance maintenance maintenance and and and and repair repair repair repair program program program program at at at at the the the the time time time time the the the the MTA MTA MTA MTA blamed blamed blamed blamed a a a a bad bad bad bad internet internet internet internet connection connection connection connection at at at at any any any any given given given given time time time time the the the the MTA MTA MTA MTA says says says says one one one one percent percent percent percent of of of of its its its its nearly nearly nearly nearly ten ten ten ten thousand thousand thousand thousand cameras cameras cameras cameras at at at at its its its its four four four four hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and seventy seventy seventy seventy two two two two subway subway subway subway stations stations stations stations are are are are not not not not working working working working other other other other cameras cameras cameras cameras in in in in nearby nearby nearby nearby stations stations stations stations helped helped helped helped police police police police track track track track suspect suspect suspect suspect Frank Frank Frank Frank James James James James is is is is movements movements movements movements before before before before and and and and after after after after the the the the shooting shooting shooting shooting that that that that injured injured injured injured at at at at least least least least twenty twenty twenty twenty three three three three people people people people he he he he was was was was arrested arrested arrested arrested the the the the following following following following day day day day Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker in in in in New New New New York York York York

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Zelenskyy thanks Biden for $800m in military aid, talks of Bucha

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00:48 sec | Last month

Zelenskyy thanks Biden for $800m in military aid, talks of Bucha

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 US jobless claims stay at historically low levels last week

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00:37 sec | Last month

US jobless claims stay at historically low levels last week

"The the the the nation's nation's nation's nation's jobless jobless jobless jobless claims claims claims claims have have have have fallen fallen fallen fallen again again again again with with with with unemployment unemployment unemployment unemployment at at at at historically historically historically historically low low low low levels levels levels levels unemployment unemployment unemployment unemployment claims claims claims claims fell fell fell fell last last last last week week week week to to to to one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred sixty sixty sixty sixty six six six six thousand thousand thousand thousand it's it's it's it's a a a a drop drop drop drop of of of of about about about about five five five five thousand thousand thousand thousand from from from from the the the the week week week week before before before before hovering hovering hovering hovering at at at at low low low low numbers numbers numbers numbers not not not not seen seen seen seen in in in in half half half half a a a a century century century century and and and and the the the the numbers numbers numbers numbers released released released released last last last last week week week week were were were were revised revised revised revised downward downward downward downward by by by by the the the the labor labor labor labor department department department department in in in in all all all all about about about about one one one one and and and and a a a a half half half half million million million million Americans Americans Americans Americans are are are are collecting collecting collecting collecting jobless jobless jobless jobless aid aid aid aid the the the the labor labor labor labor department department department department last last last last week week week week noted noted noted noted that that that that employers employers employers employers have have have have been been been been adding adding adding adding at at at at least least least least four four four four hundred hundred hundred hundred thousand thousand thousand thousand jobs jobs jobs jobs for for for for eleven eleven eleven eleven straight straight straight straight months months months months including including including including the the the the month month month month of of of of March March March March hi hi hi hi Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn the the the the nation's nation's nation's nation's jobless jobless jobless jobless claims claims claims claims have have have have fallen fallen fallen fallen again again again again with with with with unemployment unemployment unemployment unemployment at at at at historically historically historically historically low low low low levels levels levels levels unemployment unemployment unemployment unemployment claims claims claims claims fell fell fell fell last last last last week week week week to to to to one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred sixty sixty sixty sixty six six six six thousand thousand thousand thousand it's it's it's it's a a a a drop drop drop drop of of of of about about about about five five five five thousand thousand thousand thousand from from from from the the the the week week week week before before before before hovering hovering hovering hovering at at at at low low low low numbers numbers numbers numbers not not not not seen seen seen seen in in in in half half half half a a a a century century century century and and and and the the the the numbers numbers numbers numbers released released released released last last last last week week week week were were were were revised revised revised revised downward downward downward downward by by by by the the the the labor labor labor labor department department department department in in in in all all all all about about about about one one one one and and and and a a a a half half half half million million million million Americans Americans Americans Americans are are are are collecting collecting collecting collecting jobless jobless jobless jobless aid aid aid aid the the the the

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Biden: Putin should face war crimes trial for Bucha killings

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Biden: Putin should face war crimes trial for Bucha killings

"President president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden says says says says Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin Putin Putin needs needs needs needs to to to to face face face face a a a a war war war war crimes crimes crimes crimes trial trial trial trial for for for for atrocities atrocities atrocities atrocities in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine this this this this guy guy guy guy is is is is brutal brutal brutal brutal the the the the president president president president spoke spoke spoke spoke to to to to reporters reporters reporters reporters after after after after Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian officials officials officials officials said said said said more more more more than than than than four four four four hundred hundred hundred hundred civilian civilian civilian civilian bodies bodies bodies bodies have have have have been been been been found found found found in in in in towns towns towns towns retaken retaken retaken retaken from from from from Russian Russian Russian Russian forces forces forces forces Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian leader leader leader leader followed followed followed followed Amir's Amir's Amir's Amir's a a a a Lenski Lenski Lenski Lenski says says says says Moscow's Moscow's Moscow's Moscow's committing committing committing committing genocide genocide genocide genocide but but but but the the the the president president president president stopped stopped stopped stopped short short short short of of of of that that that that well well well well I I I I think think think think there there there there is is is is a a a a war war war war crime crime crime crime and and and and says says says says well well well well the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. will will will will keep keep keep keep giving giving giving giving Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine the the the the weapons weapons weapons weapons it it it it needs needs needs needs it it it it will will will will also also also also help help help help gather gather gather gather details details details details so so so so Putin Putin Putin Putin can can can can stand stand stand stand trial trial trial trial Sager Sager Sager Sager made made made made Ghani Ghani Ghani Ghani at at at at the the the the White White White White House House House House

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Russia faces growing outrage amid new evidence of atrocities

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Russia faces growing outrage amid new evidence of atrocities

"Russia Russia Russia Russia is is is is facing facing facing facing a a a a fresh fresh fresh fresh wave wave wave wave of of of of condemnation condemnation condemnation condemnation of of of of the the the the evidence evidence evidence evidence emerges emerges emerges emerges of of of of what what what what appears appears appears appears to to to to be be be be deliberate deliberate deliberate deliberate killings killings killings killings of of of of civilians civilians civilians civilians in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian officials officials officials officials say say say say the the the the bodies bodies bodies bodies of of of of a a a a four four four four hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and ten ten ten ten civilians civilians civilians civilians have have have have been been been been found found found found in in in in towns towns towns towns around around around around the the the the capital capital capital capital Kiev Kiev Kiev Kiev the the the the movie movie movie movie captured captured captured captured the the the the Russian Russian Russian Russian forces forces forces forces in in in in recent recent recent recent days days days days in in in in blue blue blue blue chip chip chip chip north north north north west west west west of of of of the the the the capital capital capital capital Associated Associated Associated Associated Press Press Press Press journalists journalists journalists journalists have have have have seen seen seen seen twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one bodies bodies bodies bodies now now now now some some some some western western western western leaders leaders leaders leaders have have have have called called called called for for for for further further further further sanctions sanctions sanctions sanctions in in in in response response response response to to to to the the the the alleged alleged alleged alleged atrocities atrocities atrocities atrocities even even even even as as as as Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow continues continues continues continues to to to to press press press press its its its its offensive offensive offensive offensive in in in in the the the the country's country's country's country's east east east east for for for for example example example example Germany's Germany's Germany's Germany's defense defense defense defense minister minister minister minister is is is is suggesting suggesting suggesting suggesting the the the the E. E. E. E. you you you you discuss discuss discuss discuss about about about about on on on on on on on on Russian Russian Russian Russian gas gas gas gas imports imports imports imports I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles through through through through this this this this month month month month

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last month

Update on the latest sports

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US added 431,000 jobs in March in sign of economic health

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

US added 431,000 jobs in March in sign of economic health

"The the jobs jobs market market continues continues its its winning winning streak streak for for eleven eleven straight straight months months American American employers employers added added more more than than four four hundred hundred thousand thousand jobs jobs this this time time four four hundred hundred thirty thirty one one thousand thousand in in March March the the unemployment unemployment rate rate is is now now the the lowest lowest since since the the virus virus pandemic pandemic began began at at three three point point six six percent percent the the numbers numbers show show an an economy economy staying staying resilient resilient amid amid the the pandemic pandemic forty forty year year high high inflation inflation and and now now war war in in Europe Europe job job openings openings around around a a near near record record levels levels and and jobless jobless benefit benefit claims claims last last week week at at the the lowest lowest level level in in fifty fifty three three years years Sager Sager made made Donnie Donnie Washington Washington

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Miami casino works to save beloved jai alai from extinction

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Miami casino works to save beloved jai alai from extinction

"A casino in Miami is working to save the world's fastest ball sport from extinction it's highlighted highlights a racquet sport dad four hundred years old and came from the Ernie's mountains in Spain France the Basque region players use curved baskets to catch and throw a ball against a wall and score points former highlight professional Benny Plano is trying to save the sport the crowds are thin at the magic city casino in Miami the live wagering which long drove the sport has dried up in the era of YouTube and online gambling wait no son Chris is a highlight players okay basketball baseball football competitively you know I watch my dad play going on so like this is a dream come true to me I love the I just love to compete the casino Scott Saban says highlight is worth saving their dedication to the sport our belief that the sport can be kept alive and have a resurgence is what keeps us going the goal is to reach younger in online bettors I'm a Donahue

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Moscow accused of forcibly removing civilians to Russia

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Moscow accused of forcibly removing civilians to Russia

"You crane has accused Russia of forcibly relocating hundreds of thousands of civilians to Russia from devastated Ukrainian cities you crying in officials allege the Moscow wants to use civilians as hostages to pressure Keef to give up you could ends only bugs person said on Thursday the just over four hundred thousand people including eighty four thousand children have already been taken to Russia west some have reported shortages of food and water Russia says the people it's evacuating all civilians on the going of their own free will meanwhile Ukraine president hello to me as a landscape has urged his country to keep up its military defense and not stop he says even for a minute I'm Charles collect as much

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Ukraine rejects Russian demand for surrender in Mariupol

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00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Ukraine rejects Russian demand for surrender in Mariupol

"You crane says my you pull is not surrendering Clinton officials of the finally rejected a Russian to bond that the forces in Mariupol lay down arms and raise white flags in exchange for safe passage out of the besieged city check port city on the sea of us off with the deputy prime minister saying there could be no talk of any surrender laying down of arms the N. circles something the city has seen some of the worst horrors of the war on the Russian pounding for more than three weeks strikes have hit a school sheltering some four hundred people only hours before Russia's offer to open cover tools I'm Charles de Ledesma

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American gunmakers help Ukrainians fight back against Putin

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00:58 sec | 2 months ago

American gunmakers help Ukrainians fight back against Putin

"American gun makers are helping Ukrainians fight back against Russia's Vladimir Putin Adrian Kellgren family owned gun company in Florida Caltech was left holding a two hundred thousand dollar shipment of semi automatic rifles after a long time customer in Ukraine suddenly went silent after the Russian invasion he decided to send those four hundred guns to the resistance American people want to do something we we enjoy our freedoms we we cherish those things and what we see a group of people out there getting hammered like this it's it's it's a heartbreaking Calgary managed to cut through the red tape and secure a federal arms export licence in just four days Caltech hopes to arrange more shipments in the future if people think this is too overwhelming too much turning it off you know that's one therapy you can do the other one is is action Kellgren says Ukrainians are holding off a super power and the X. factor isn't necessarily what equipment you're holding it comes down to the will to fight I'm at Donahue

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Hong Kong's COVID infections exceed 1 million amid outbreak

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00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Hong Kong's COVID infections exceed 1 million amid outbreak

"Hong Kong's cuvette infections has exceeded one million amid a major outbreak Hong Kong's cumulative coronavirus infections that exceeded the one million mark as the city grapples with a widespread outbreak that's killed more people than the reported could be nineteen deaths in all of mainland China the total number of Hong Kong that's now he's five thousand four hundred and one exceeding the four thousand six hundred and thirty six fatalities recorded on the mainland the city of seven point four million is in the grip of an Omicron surge that strained hospitals and more trees most of the deceased have been elderly who were not fully vaccinated I'm Charles Taylor that's my

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"more than four hundred" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"more than four hundred" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"What do you think what do you think about our no. You know bauer is one of those guys that you know you play around. You know you could joke and You know He's i mean days. You're going to know i feel like you're just playing around. He's around but you know it's one of the best pitcher game right now to well congrat- so far on the season we appreciate your time. And thanks for joining us and thinking of at metro. We've use more than ten thousand gallons of sanitizer to keypads clean. We've given away over one million face past that q. faces protected and we've disinfected more than four hundred thousand rail cars to keep riders. Say right law keeping you safe when you ride. Metro learn more at model dot com slash. Doing our party at metro. We've used more than ten thousand gallons of sanitizer to keep hands clean. We've given away over one million facemasks to q. Faces protected and we've disinfected four hundred thousand rail cars to keep riders say hugging right law. Keeping you safe when you ride metro learn more at ramada. Dot com slash. Doing our part..

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"more than four hundred" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"more than four hundred" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Cases over the weekend including more than four hundred and forty on Saturday it is the largest single day jump since April it's unclear if that's connected to any of these protests and now your weather mostly cloudy over the next five days we will see a lot this week a little bit of rain mixed with sunshine here and there and then windy conditions are in the forecast tomorrow highs mainly in the sixties the next five days or so right now looking at fifty five degrees outside the corner Subaru studios I'm Erin grim stream Cairo radio at home on your smart speakers Cairo radio at my north west dot com Cairo radio your first source said no one understand coronavirus well not studios show Jeez first good morning and happy Monday thank you for listening to the G. Universalists we have a ton to talk about today because of the long weekend lot of unprecedented protests across the nation which were beautiful I must say Seahawks linebacker K. J. Wright joins us at nine thirty to explain why he's just not sticking to sports and of course at ten o'clock which is going to be my favorite part of the show we open up the phone lines to you here's why if you were at the protest this weekend in any protest this weekend why did you show up take this number down eight eight eight nine seven three five four seven six eight eight eight nine seven three Cairo we take your call at ten o'clock right now let's get on with the show the first one I've missed you buddy I've missed you.

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"more than four hundred" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"more than four hundred" Discussed on WTVN

"Percent of Americans between the ages of eighteen and forty four doctor Klein Chapman of Weill Cornell medicine in New York is among the fertility specialist who dramatically reduce procedures a decision not taken lightly physicians for some balance that urgency in the midst of so many unknowns data is extremely limited on how covert nineteen affects women are trying to get pregnant blood banks are in desperate need of donations and doing his bit presenting his arm Orleans saints head coach Sean Payton who was recovered from corona virus you have to have a a positive Kobe test which I had you have to be well past that date twenty one days then again it it's been it's been even more than that for me thank you spoke to ABC news partner ESPN during NFL draft coverage arrested and charged with making a bomb threat the thirty six year old man in Florida they B. C.'s Markram lard has the alleged reason all beach county sheriff's say threatening nine one one call came in around seven AM prompting the sheriff's bomb squad to search the area more than twenty people were evacuated from Wellington's water treatment plant according to the Palm Beach post authorities say Hamilton had been working construction at the site and later told deputies he made the call because he didn't want to come into work that day this is ABC news this is a message from everyone at manta share and it's a simple one for nurses hospital staff doctors thank you thank you for what you do and may be called on to do in the days ahead and thank you first responders and grocers and everyone who worked late nights to stock shelves thank you truck drivers and delivery workers thank you caretakers of the elderly and vulnerable to everyone who has their own families to be concerned for the still serves all of us thank you from the more than four hundred thousand members of measure chucks Iverson ABC news one by one and get back to business to get these businesses often call after call we all need to get our mind away it's people coming together gather sharing their perspectives if they don't want to go out don't go out it's gotta start he now everybody has been back in until everybody found it's not going to kill many many many people and offering their support.

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"more than four hundred" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"more than four hundred" Discussed on KOMO

"This is twenty four seven news on komo news next fall dance and and winter we're gonna have to viruses circulating and we're gonna have to distinguish between which is slow and which is the crown of ours tonight the head of the CDC warning that a potential resurgence of corona virus could be difficult if it hits at the same time as the flu and many have you been asking what a second wave of this pandemic could look like couple stamina taso which the experts for answers and we're gonna have another battle with it the head of the CDC is warning a second more vicious wave of coronavirus could hit our country later this year colliding with blue season partis doc stater asked me this multi layered question we're going to break down what I can't figure out is how can it make a second wave where is it going until then how is it hiding until winter how does the flu come back every year how can it just be inactive somewhere this is such a great question I've actually never been asked that question in this much detail but I think it's a really good because we haven't talked about this very much Dr Liz would meet with Swedish hospital explains how viruses are constantly circulating in different parts of the world in different months of the year I liken it to a fire so sometimes it can just be smoldering ashes and then it can really come roaring back as it gets that oxygen this an oxygen boost is really people being in close proximity to each other which she explains how that comes back every year so viruses can come back as people start to spend more time in close proximity more transmission happens in buyers is can you take so what you were into last year but the flu you may not be this year CDC director Robert Redfield warning that it's cold nineteen resurgence at the peak of flu season this winter the health care system will be even more strained to get ready for a resurgence the CDC director says federal and state officials to keep encouraging social distancing scale up testing and contact tracing what we really really are worried about is that if we have a big second wave of this virus in the fall and winter that coincides with flu season and we could see major influx of people that are sick I need hospital beds presidents coronavirus task force says the country will be in a better position to contain the coronavirus later this year but the director of the CDC also stressed it will be more important than ever for for people to get their flu shots keep sending us your questions and will work to get the mansard use the hash tag ask the experts on social media in an effort to bolster contact tracing of code nineteen the governor announced the state's recruiting fifteen hundred people to track who has the virus and who could be exposed the team would start with manual tracing through phone calls but the state is also exploring the option to partner up with tech companies researchers from the university of Washington along with Microsoft volunteers announced the development of an app called code safe which would track the virus while for example you're at the grocery store on the bus the app will be voluntary and prioritises your privacy and security this automated way of tracing is trying to send alerts to those people who are beside me and what's nice about the way a protocol is working is is doing this in a way that can respect the the anonymity of individuals the app won't be ready to roll out until Washington has the testing capacity to support it well today experts confirm the country's first cases of covert nineteen and pets two cats tested positive for the virus into different parts of New York state the owner of one cat also tested positive but the other cat is in a home with no signs of illness is feeling questions about whether pets can transmit coronavirus there's no evidence that the virus is transmitted from the past two weeks to a human now obviously is that impossible I mean biologically female anything is possible a tiger at the Bronx zoo was the first animal in the U. S. to be infected with rotavirus and today the zoo said for more Tigers and three lions tested positive all the animals are expected to recover school districts here in Washington now have guidance from the state on how to grade students with school closures expected to last into summer this means no students will get it after this term the new policy primarily applies to high school students the state is offering a framework believing it after school to decide if they want to go with a letter grade or number grade system the state superintendent says the goal is to quote do no harm will not be allowed your sister student H. for do you get access to the learning they want to receive this is incomplete most districts still deciding what to do parents we spoke with say they're less concerned about the grades and more concerned about the kids being able to keep learning like they were in class with fewer people out and about more wildlife is now coming out of hiding look at that bear this is video from Yosemite National Park which closed its case last month amid Crowborough virus concerns actually quadruple the bear sightings out there with the absence of tour buses and campers more than four hundred animal species are reclaiming their habitat well back here in.

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"more than four hundred" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"more than four hundred" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"More than four hundred seventy people have died statewide from corona virus this morning will get another covert nineteen update from heavily county leaders today we'll hear from the county addiction response coalition and the Hamilton County heroin task force to get details on what they are seeing with the local drug supplies wells overdoses and how they're still connecting people to treatment with a virtual quick response team today's briefing is at ten will carry it live for you Kentucky lawmakers are condemning online at statements they consider threats against governor Eddie Bashir opposed to the Boone County neighborhood group was critical of this year's response to covert nineteen including notices that those attending in person at religious services should quarantine themselves for fourteen days the post suggests that the governor be removed from office we have the second amendment this year responded to the threats yesterday saying he trusts the Kentucky state police who provide him with security meanwhile the Commonwealth also had its largest one day cobit nineteen increase with two hundred seventy three new cases bringing the state's total to nearly three thousand overall the ongoing pandemic forcing Miami University to cut jobs due to the strain on the school's budget faculty members like adjunct professors and visiting instructors have been told that their contracts will not be renewed for the fall for more on coronavirus go the I heart radio app tap the podcast tab for the latest news and information our next update at nine o'clock Rick you jato news radio seven hundred WLW seven hundred WLW Cincinnati available everywhere with you I heart radio lab.

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"more than four hundred" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"more than four hundred" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"More than four hundred eighty six thousand coronavirus cases in this country more than eighteen thousand people have died president trump with an update on to U. S. hot spot Detroit is really started to go up and now it is stabilizing Michigan reporting two hundred six new deaths the most in a day since the outbreak began the other hot spot the world is is great place I've so many friends that they can't believe what's happening but it's really stabilized Louisiana reporting more than six hundred fifty deaths apple and Google rolling out new apps to track down people who may have been exposed to covert nineteen carriers matching other cellphones in close proximity some experts concerned about privacy and possible abuse America's listening to fox news bill Miller met with Dennis Miller I want to talk about the White House press room you know what I find most disturbing about American media right now is not only do they constantly self lionized not only that they constantly give awards to each other and evenings at the Newseum are I don't even know if that's in existence anymore I think that one away because nobody believes the Newseum because nobody believes in the American media anymore it looks to me like they're trying to keep people who might be in the cross hairs of the corona out of the press room so they've all sent young double today's whiners in waiting to ask these questions you can literally see some of them reading questions they're asking questions pretending they've checked the price of oil and nobody's checked the price of oil this is just the ventriloquist act and nobody in the press admits that they're the least bit embarrassed by it and that's the minute I'm Dennis Miller I'm Chuck McDowell CEO of Wesley financial group and timeshare cancellation advocate I was sued by the largest time share company in federal court for simply helping people cancel their time sure that they have been lied to about the jury sized me up and came back with a verdict after only twenty minutes and yes I want my husband I are more than grateful to everyone at Wesley financial group you know thanks to Chuck in his team we feel as low weight is been lifted.

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"more than four hundred" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"more than four hundred" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"More than four hundred people in this country testing positive in thirty five states nineteen confirm corona virus deaths sixteen of them in Washington state New York state reporting sixteen new cases one hundred and five so far infectious disease specialist Dr Anthony Fauci a member of the president's coronavirus task force talking about the spread from people who haven't traveled abroad or had any known contact with an infected patient if we continue to get cases like this particularly at the community level there will be what we call mitigation we'll have to do essentially social distancing keep people out of crowded places take a look at Sirius is do you really need to travel doctor felt she on fox news Sunday it's supposed to dock to Morrow in California with more than twenty infected people on board most of them crew members tests now being conducted on two more members of the crew before the regal princess will let people off that ship with more than two hundred deaths in nearly six thousand people infected Italy locking down sixteen million people the entire Lombardy region that includes Milan Venice and northern ski resorts Tony in measures basically locking down a quarter of the Italian population went into effect in the early hours of the morning they were published and officially some hours later.

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"more than four hundred" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"more than four hundred" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"More than four hundred nine thousand Silverados down three point six percent from a year prior Ford's F. series pickup congradulations remain the most popular vehicle in America with more than six hundred and sixty two thousand. through September Chevy owners don't work that test was electric car sales xcelerated again over the summer but test fly still lagging behind the pace needed to reach CEO you on mosques goal for the entire year Tesla delivered ninety seven thousand vehicles from July through September more than in any other three month period in its history other performance increase Tesla sales for the first nine months of the year to two hundred fifty five thousand cars. that still means it will need to deliver about one hundred five thousand during the final three months to hit the low end of the sales target after the news Tesla's stock tank four percent. don't forget you can take us with you wherever you go download the talk stream live free mobile app reach out to me on Twitter or Facebook anytime I met Matt ray talk use the hashtag A. F. and coming up on America's first news president trump leaves Washington for the a friendly grounds of Florida today that's where he'll talk Medicare as Democrats ramp up their impeachment probe the very latest next right here on America's first news right now let's hear from one of our sponsors your in charge of hiring and indeed has solutions like company pages where you can get people excited about working for you and we give you this toy monkey which will bring its symbols when the.

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"more than four hundred" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"more than four hundred" Discussed on AP News

"More than four hundred miles from the northwest Bahamas about six hundred plus from west Palm Beach Florida national hurricane center says the storm is gaining strength but still too far away from the Florida peninsula to say where for certain where it will make landfall Florida governor run Disentis track has been here or there and there's been a lot of uncertainty but the one thing that's been pretty certain is that this thing's been getting stronger very consistently and completely in line with all the forecasting forecasts call for Dorian to possibly be a category four storm under his the Florida peninsula Florida power and light bill or love says repair crews already being positioned around the state we have already secured nearly a work force of nearly thirteen thousand to be able to get the lights back on for our customers safely in as quickly as possible he adds the company has been in touch with utilities in other states to be prepared to send additional crews the initial effects of Dorian are expected in the northwest Bahamas tomorrow with the bulk of the now one hundred ten mile per hour storm over that area on Sunday the storm is believed blamed for at least one death a state review panel in Ohio finds that the state medical board ignored credible evidence in nineteen ninety six at Ohio State University team doctor Richard Strauss had been sexually abusing male students for years and missed a chance to stop him governor Mike DeWine calls the findings disgusting and shows a failure of people to do the right thing he wants a medical board to identify any other licensed doctors who knew of or suspected Strauss but did nothing he also calls on the border of you about fifteen hundred close cases from the past twenty five years that involves sexual assault allegations against medical staff to see if any others involved evidence of criminal misconduct that was ignored this is radio news NATO says a US service member was killed in combat yesterday in Afghanistan no further information has been released service members identity is being withheld until family can't be notified Dallas police detective Jim level seen in the photo of president Kennedy's assassin being shot has died in nineteen sixty three Lovell was wearing a light colored suit and white Stetson escorting president John F. Kennedy's assassin Lee Harvey Oswald he's been shot he's been shot they are as well has been struck night club owner Jack ruby shot Oswald at close range in a twenty thirteen interview Jim Lovell says he tried.

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"more than four hundred" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:00 min | 3 years ago

"more than four hundred" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Getting ready to battle that record breaking heat over the weekend in center city pools are opening up in communities again across the state and weather like this can be very rough on the utility rates ABC's going in windows in homes and businesses ever source says they're ready well played on Cape Cod want to know who's leaving bloody face legs and a memorial for shark attacks and rand off their resting a man after a chase and they found guns and armor piercing rounds on him the Capitol Hill were next week another vote expected in the Senate on the fate of the nine eleven victims compensation fund the passage of that bill that would have secured the fund for dozens of years it was shot down this week I Kentucky senator rand Paul twenty mean a lot to talk about this ABC's Trevor alt and Trevor what was his reasoning to block this well his reasoning is that he wants to keep the deficit in check Nicole so essentially what he laid out is that he's for funding something for those nine eleven first responders but he thinks that they should find it by cutting out other programs and so that's why he objected to passing this bill unanimously that was will put forth by senator Kirsten Gillibrand of New York she wanted to pass this in the Senate without any debate it's already passed the house with more than four hundred votes so what he did was he blocked it from passing unanimously because he wants to have a discussion of where funding can be cut elsewhere without just giving a blank check until the year twenty ninety two and so he's kind of been on the defense in that regard and it does appear that the Senate has reached a deal to where they'll be able to bring this forward to a vote next week but people are still frustrated with senator Paul for blocking in first place and John Stewart you know of course the former daily show host he's been very much in the camp of these nine eleven survivors and it ran Paul apparently had some words to say to Stewart about all this but yes he did in fact he called him part of the middle of the left wing mob essentially that he was targeting rand Paul and he was acting out of his feelings rather than out of logic and the and the facts of the budget and so what he is essentially saying is he is what he usually says which is budgetary concerns and you can't just keep piling up on top of the deficit but where rand Paul is getting more criticism is that he does appear to sometimes be selective in when he decides to object so this is an area funding for nine eleven first responders where many legislators in people in America say they should be a no brainer we should pay for their healthcare forever without even thinking about it and rand Paul objects to have a deficit debate but in other instances for example the president's tax cut which saved a lot of money for people who have a lot of money but also added trillions of dollars to the deficit rand Paul was and did not object to that he might avoid some concerns but he didn't block it and so that's where the disconnect is is the criticism that people are saying rand Paul is picking his spots alright this is fun for the nine eleven victims at seven point four billion dollars and you know it's very rapidly being depleted healthcare costs are rising and administrators recently cut benefit payments to these people by up to seventy percent so clearly funding is needed and very soon we've got this vote next week as you mentioned do you think there's a chance it could get blocked again how do you think this will go I think by now this is going to this is going to play out I I think that there are such overwhelming support for this bill not so rare that you see bi partisan support for something that I I think that there's really no way it's going to get stopped especially because it won't be necessarily put up for unanimous consent that will be an actual vote which means that one single senator who wants to debate it can't not really necessarily hold it up so this is very likely it's going to go through any and your correct in that work sort of watching the clock tick on this because just recently the two hundred New York firefighter who was at nine eleven responding died from issued medical issues related to September eleventh so I think that this is going to pass overwhelmingly added in in the house it's got more than seventy co sponsors in the Senate so even if it were to get vetoed by the president which he show no signs of wanting to do that they have more than enough of a majority to override a veto this should sail through it is A. B. C.'s Trevor all reporting from Capitol Hill thanks Trevor eleven nineteen we're just five days away from hearing from special counsel Robert Muller in its long awaited public testimony in front of two house committees on Wednesday the Judiciary Committee and the intelligence committee CBS is Washington correspondent Paula reed says Miller will likely respond to questions in this way I think it's a reminder that he said everything he wants to say through his report he does not want to be part of some political circus and you're going to see Democrats and Republicans both hammering their own talking points Democrats are going to try to get Miller to talk more about why he couldn't clear the president obstruction all Republicans are gonna want Miller to talk about the origins of this investigation now this testimony coming two days before the house goes on it six week long summer recess we're going to carry it right here on WBZ radio live for you the whole thing on interrupted starting next Wednesday morning at eight thirty to be sure to tune in the US house of representatives approving a bill that would raise the federal minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour by twenty twenty five Heidi Schuerholz of the economic policy institute says this is an important step in supporting workers it will get twenty two billion dollars to low income families it will reduce the quality it will reduce poverty California congressman Doug them also voted against the bill he says cities and states that are dramatically raising the minimum wage are seen a negative affect when it comes to jobs such as up to Seattle which is on the first series of course that through what you're seeing is that more marquee asa growing up and self checkout stands and recently Jack now after the Republican controlled Senate it does not look like it will pass through the body eleven twenty and it is getting hot out there right now in Baltimore to seventy eight degrees looking for a high today between eighty nine and ninety four degrees and this is really just in the way the calm before the storm of heavy or rather I should say a heavy humidity and very warm weather got an excessive heat warning coming up starting next hour sticking around till eight o'clock Sunday night full forecast coming up in just a few minutes.

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"more than four hundred" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"more than four hundred" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Oversight more than four hundred ninety thousand migrants were apprehended or turned away at the southwest border between January and may well the Horta's reporting the state of Alaska is unusually warm these days and residents are afraid it's going to be permanent Alaska glaciers act as a kind of natural cooling by reflecting the sun's rays back into the atmosphere but scientists say they're losing more than two feet intensity each year the warming cause because it's snowing ice to melt which then frees up more the groundwork for more heat and the water time intelligence Brian threat Schneider these off of the self in a in a in a downward spiral it's estimated climate change could cost the Alaskan economy as much as seven hundred million dollars a year over the next five decades Jonathan vaguely Audi reporting forecasters now say there's an eighty percent chance that a low pressure system over Georgia will affect Florida later this week our forecast to move southward toward the northeastern Gulf of Mexico and in that area as well we're going to have a broad area of low pressure formed probably on Wednesday Dennis feltgen with the national hurricane center in Miami says regardless of development the system is expected to bring heavy rain to much of Florida's Gulf coast and in Tallahassee the stories are offering to fill sandbags as they're expecting flooding the cubs made history after a century of futility now items from that magical team are for sale Chicago Cubs fans have a chance to own two pieces of history the gloves met beamed final out they gave the company the first World Series winning one hundred and eight years audio courtesy of fox the game seven minutes from twenty sixteen from Chris Bryant and Anthony Rizzo have been.

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"more than four hundred" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"more than four hundred" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Is more than four hundred thousand people they don't know when it comes to healthcare costs difference is beautiful find out more call eight seven seven twenty six Bible that's eight seven seven twenty six Bible eight seven seven twenty six Bible but you've heard Larry Perry the magic mechanic extol the superior quality and value and products that many of you still do not know where to find hands on in central Florida we'll get a piece of paper and pencil and take some notes because I'm going to tell you where you can find and so on in central Florida throughout central Florida and participating ace hardware stores in Houston on burns Avenue at Eustace auto parts and marine in the very on diplomatic drive and as in as auto repair in Leesburg on highway twenty seven at lake Sumter transmissions in Claremont on highway fifty at home motor parts napa in long what on east palmetto Avenue at precision automotive in central Florida and all tools ace hardware stores in Winter Park on the road at the magic mechanic in Oviedo Sandford Castleberry and long ward at ace hardware in Winter Park on Fairbanks Avenue I try and go all the parts in the villages behind bargains and treasures at Acura so automotive and throughout central Florida at all action Gator tire stores in a recent survey forty percent of Americans said they're unsure if they'll have enough money to last them through our time for more than forty here's the certified financial planner professionals and certified financial group has been providing retirement planning and investment advice for a fee and because they're independent they don't have any house products to sell you a complimentary consultation my calling for a seven eight six nine ninety eight hundred or one eight hundred execute certified financial for what they're planning tomorrow today what time planning and investment advice for fee for service hi guys we corporation a registered investment advisor online financial group dot com Hey Sean Hannity and you were listening to news ninety six five W. D. B. O. where.

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"more than four hundred" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"more than four hundred" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Dave Mattingly. President Trump says he plans to meet with Chinese president Xi Jinping next week on the sidelines of the g twenty summit in Japan on Twitter, this morning, Trump says the two will have an extended meeting, and that prior to the g twenty representatives from both countries will be holding talks Trump says seeing cheese spoke by phone today as the Trump administration continues with hearings this week on the president's proposal to expand tariffs on US imports from China amid heightened tensions between the US, and Iran secretary of state, Mike Pompeo will be meeting today in Washington with his European counterpart. Here's NPR's child. Snyder Sercretary palm peyot is meeting with the U foreign policy chief Eddery, KOMO Carini, Ron is likely to come up to Ron threatening to abandon the twenty fifteen nuclear deal that the Trump administration withdrew from last year on Monday. He Ron said it could exceed. Limits on how much enriched uranium can stockpile in ten days earlier today. Iran's president Hassan, Ruhani said his country will not wage war against any nation. His comments were broadcast live on state TV a day after the Pentagon ordered another thousand US troops to the Middle East home construction in the US is down. It fell nine tenths of one percent last month. The Commerce Department sites weaker demand for single family homes. This is NPR news from Washington from news. I'm Brian watt. San Francisco supervisors are set to consider a plan this afternoon to ban the sale of e cigarettes in the city. Public health advocates say the smoking alternatives have lured teenagers into nicotine addiction here. Supervisor Shimon Walton who authored the measure speaking last week, despite the progress, reducing smoking tobacco the use remains the leading cause of preventable death in the United States killing more than four hundred eight thousand people each year. In many forms of cancer, heart disease respiratory diseases, which are more deadly than aids alcohol. Car accidents, legal, drugs, murders and suicides combined? San Francisco based e cigarette maker jewel is planning to put an initiative on the November ballot. That would ensure e cigarettes could continue to be sold in the city. And apparently ill humpback whale that's been lingering in the bay near Alameda for the past three weeks has moved out into deeper waters. He Peter Jon Shuler, tells us that could be a positive sign experts at sausalito marine mammal center say the move into more challenging waters off the eastern shore of San Francisco could be a sign of increase strength. The humpback was spotted in a lagoon last month and biologists express concern about the whales health. They said she appeared underweight with poor skin. And a moderate amount of whale lice. It's rare for WALE to venture into the bay. Experts think she was looking for shelter center. Officials say they've notified vessel companies in the area to operate with extra caution on Peter Jon Shuler cake. Denudes more at K Q E news dot org. I'm Brian watt. Support today comes from visitors coverage, providing international travel insurance to protect against medical and traveling -mergency while abroad visitors coverage. How gerrymandering in twenty ten lead to Alabama's abortion laws today. It.

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"more than four hundred" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"more than four hundred" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"As we reach the one year Mark today of the fatal shootings at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school the city of parkland, Florida is struggling to heal. The community has grieved any record memorials some families who lost loved ones and students who survived have channeled their anguish into activism, many have undergone counselling and recaptured a semblance of normalcy. But pain and anger still pour forth regularly. It's a story by Wall Street Journal reporter, Ariane Campo, Flores Arjan. Would you see when you visited really complicated picture a year later, you know, you have in some regards people recapturing some of the some semblance of normalcy. Then that they had before many people have gone through trauma counseling. You know, they they've commemorated those loss. They grieved Dave come together and all of a groups. And so in some sense, Dave, advance the healing process. It's still very raw feeling there. Even a year later because obviously the of the gravity of what happens, and and the difficulty of ever getting over that. But also because there are just seems a constant stream of reminders of how awful that day was and how messy the aftermath has been can you had just recently the submission? Of a report that was put together by state panel convened specifically to investigate the massacre and to analyze what it was that happened, and what the lapses were and what the recommendations would be going forward. And it was this. You know, monster report more than four hundred pages that just outlined a litany of errors in the way. For instance, law enforcement handle this situation with the gunman before shooting handled the response to the shootings and things like that just sorta reopen wounds for people, so it's it's it's still very emotional time for for folks in park land. Did you say to that? There are some folks who are not happy with say updated security measures or safety drills that are taking place. Oh, sure. You know, the whole security response has been so controversial in itself. You know, you have some people, and and including a recommendation and the power report that suggests going taking the measure like arming features and having teachers participate in the regarding program that was set up after parkland under a law that was passed last year. That's a very controversial proposal. There are some people who think that it's necessary. This is just the reality that we live in the other people who are aghast at it and say that. This. Mexico feel less safe to the thought of teachers now carrying weapons of inside the classroom. So it's just been. You know, the the security issue has been really really difficult school district has come under fire from a lot of parents who feel that they have not done enough that they have not responded assertively enough to to to what needed to be done. And then there are others. You know, feel like some of these measures are just misguided. We're speaking with Wall Street Journal reporter Ariane Kemp Flora's about his piece entitled a year after parkland making sure to say, I love you at morning drop off. It's been one year since seventeen people were killed at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school as have the politics here exacerbated things in terms of maybe the pain or the hurt at the at the heart of this in many ways is you know, gun right? And there is a few issues that are more devices in our country, then gods that has triggered quite polarized debates in. The state that said something pretty remarkable that in the aftermath of the shooting because of the the strength and the widespread nature of the movement that formed in the aftermath of parkland, largely led by students they were able to get legislation passed in a conservative legislature cling sorry on Wall Street Journal reporter Arjan Campbell Flora's Stillman Douglas,.

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"more than four hundred" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"more than four hundred" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With more than four hundred registered teams zooming at speeds, approaching forty miles an hour on a shoot in Camden. Maine the competition raises money for the Camden snowball, a nonprofit necessarily owned ski area. I'm Ann Cates. And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters. It sounds like a made for Amazon movie founder Jeff Bezos had a challenging week. The details of which are lurid and fascinating at the same time graphic photos blackmail threats a private investigator hired to unearth leaks conspiracy theories. And now the Washington Post which owns said Amazon was considering withdrawing plans to expand in New York City this due to politicians denouncing the deal US stocks were rebounding from two thousand eighteen slump until this week. The major indexes were nearly flat for the week. It happened as analysts have cut estimates for first quarter profit growth below zero for the first time in three years. Keith Parker is head of US equities strategy at UBS investment research at the end of last year, your pricing in some extreme scenarios as a related to growth trade and some recession risk, and I think January's been pricing out some of. That downside. But again, we get reminders that trade talks aren't going to lead to a resolution immediately and growth data is still taking time to firm up and actually turn midyear in the treasury market. The ten year note was last quoted Eddie yield of two point six three percent. West Texas intermediate crude last quoted at fifty to seventy two a barrel. Steven Cohen is having trouble selling one of his trophy properties. The billionaire has dropped the price of his midtown Manhattan. Duplex more than six times in six years, and is now asking forty five million dollars for the apartment. It was originally priced at one hundred fifteen million back in twenty thirteen when he listed it. Cohen the founder of seventy two asset management bought the five bedroom unit in one beacon court between fifty eighth and fifty ninth streets for twenty four million back in two thousand five global news twenty four hours a day on air and it tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than. One hundred twenty countries, I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg..

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"more than four hundred" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"more than four hundred" Discussed on KOMO

"Failure by both measures is considered lightly, but come Thursday, the Senate will vote on two measures aimed at ending the thirty the now thirty three day old partial government shutdown. The first is based on President Trump's proposal for Saturday, including border wall funding. The other Bill McConnell is going to bring to the floor is a short too weak resolution that would fund the closed parts of the government for two weeks, essentially, giving the two sides a little more breathing room to get back to longer term negotiations. ABC's Ellie Rogan in Washington back to school today for six hundred forty thousand students in the Los Angeles school district LA mayor Eric Garcetti help broker the deal. Now accepted by striking teachers that will have them back in classes later this morning. Software maker oracle is declining to comment after the Labor Department accused it of engaging in discriminatory practices, resulting in thousands of women black and Asian employees being underpaid by as much as twenty five percent. More than four hundred million dollars worth Richard Cantu. ABC news. Komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven. From twenty four seven news. Here are the top local stories of the hour. From the KOMO twenty four hour news center, people were taken to the hospital Tuesday after a large pickup slammed into the back of the King County metro bus. At Kent intersection. It happened on canyon drive near Alfred avenue north about twenty minutes afternoon. Six passengers and the driver were aboard the bus at the time of the crash to passengers were taken to the hospital. The others were evaluated in released. There's no immediate word on the condition of the pickup driver. But officials say he was going fast and the crash caused extensive damage to the rear of the bus where the engine is housed Seattle. Police are looking for a woman who stabbed a store clerk in the U district last night. It happened. Joy mini mart on university way. Detectives say the clerk was attacked during the tempted robbery she was taken to the hospital, and she is expected to survive. Centralia police have issued a missing and endangered personal Lert for Jennifer glaze, enter to grandchildren. The fifty two year old took her twelve year old grandson six year old granddaughter. And golden retriever for a drive on Monday. And they didn't return home to Centralia. She said she was going to the Packwood area. Centrally police say Glaser has a broken, leg and medical conditions. She didn't take her medication with her. They believe she and her grandchildren could be in danger. Glazer driving a two thousand and two Chevy Tahoe. And it's stories are asking that. If you see it or know anything about this to please call Centralia police or nine one one flames ripped through an apartment complex in Bulgarian last night, killing one woman and leaving dozens without homes. Come with Joel Moreno says the fire quickly spread against all floors of the building say this fire started in a ground floor unit, and then lapped up the sides of the apartment complex one woman says she scrambled to get her four kids to faith. But black smoke was everywhere in the hallway making it difficult to see. Search unit by unit with flashlights. Wants to building was no longer burning. But for some the help was already too late. Because my granny passed away. He's now on the couch. Firefighters say smoking materials likely a cigarette touched off this fire. And it was the woman who lived in that apartment who died people in the neighboring unit say the apartment manager helped sound the alarm likely saving many more lives. That's komo's Joel Moreno reporting. We're nearly halfway through the squeeze and commuters are hoping to avoid a repeat of yesterday. Drivers. We talked to said the Tuesday morning and after noon commute.

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"more than four hundred" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"more than four hundred" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Hours a day. It starts now. Failure by both measures is considered lightly, but come Thursday, the Senate will vote on two measures aimed at ending the thirty th the now thirty three day old partial government shutdown. The first is based on President Trump's proposal for Saturday, including border wall funding. The other Bill McConnell is going to bring to the floor is a short too weak resolution that would fund the closed parts of the government for two weeks, essentially, giving the two sides a little more breathing room to get back to longer term negotiation. ABC's Ellie Rogan in Washington back to school today for six hundred forty thousand students in the Los Angeles school district LA mayor Eric Garcetti help broker the deal. Now accepted by striking teachers that will have them back in classes later this morning. Software maker oracle is declining to comment after the Labor Department accused it of engaging in discriminatory practices, resulting in thousands of women black and Asian employees being underpaid by as much as twenty five percent. More than four hundred million dollars worth Richard Cantu. ABC news. Meet Mike Lester of Talon wealth management. The reason I really really liked to sit down with individuals. Everybody's situation is different. You have to find a way to navigate through all the information. And then coming up with that list of what you need applies to you very very specifically take a moment to sit down and look at what you're doing. And let's make sure that your plan is right for you. Check out guarding your nestegg with Mike Lester Saturday afternoon at one or Sunday afternoon at one here on news ninety six five securities securities Inc. Member FINRA SIPC..

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