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"nancy alliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:47 min | 3 weeks ago

"nancy alliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"National news. There's a lot going on there too. Here's Nancy alliance with an update hey nets. Thanks Tim, President Biden says the climate crisis is a quote clear and present danger. Speaking at Brayton point power station in Somerset, Massachusetts today, the president said details about his most recent executive actions to address the issue will be made clear in the coming days. The health of our citizens and our communities is literally at stake. The UN's leading international climate scientists call the latest climate report, nothing less than quote code red for humanity. Biden stopped short, though, of declaring a formal state of emergency. A regional official confirms Ukrainian forces struck in seriously damaged bridge today that's key to supplying Russian troops in southern Ukraine, while in the northeast, Russian shelling killed civilians, including a 13 year old boy. Former U.S. defense secretary and CIA director Leon Panetta tells Bloomberg, the U.S. must keep the pressure on Russia and keep sanctions in place. We are in this. We have made it very clear that we're we are going to confront Russia and apply not only sanctions, but arms and reinforcement of our NATO allies as a main message to Russia that they are not going to have their way. We can not afford to back away from all those efforts. Former defense secretary Leon Panetta, Ukraine's First Lady Elena zelensky addressed Congress today and asked for more weapons to win the war. A New York judge has ordered Rudy Giuliani to appear next month before a special grand jury in Atlanta. The panel is investigating whether former president Donald Trump and others. And legally tried to interfere in the 2020 general election results in Georgia. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts

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"nancy alliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:14 min | 7 months ago

"nancy alliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Headaches for air travelers this morning like tracking website flight aware shows over 1300 flights within into or out of the U.S. already canceled today Martin Luther King the third and his family kicked off the holiday honoring his father with a rally against the Senate's filibuster rule the late civil rights icon son took aim at democratic senator Kristen sinema of Arizona on Saturday We believe that as it relates to getting this these bills passed that senator sinema has been one of the challenges And so it made sense to come to Arizona King said cinema's speech last week opposing changes to the filibuster means she supports voting rights but not as much as she supports the ability to take those rights away The filibuster requires 60 votes to pass most legislation in the Senate with a 50 50 split in the Senate the Democrats voting rights bill has no chance of passage unless the filibusters change to allow passage by a simple majority The COVID amaran variant wave may be peaking but it's not peaking across the country all at once Mark Mayfield fills us in Appearing on ABC's this week Surgeon General Vivek Murthy noted that not all areas of the U.S. are at the same place in their battle with the variant so peaks will be staggered over the next several weeks However he didn't out encouraging data from New York and other pockets of the northeast where the number of cases appears to be leveling off or even declining The Australian open is underway No One men seed Novak Djokovic notably won't compete after he was denied a medical exemption He remains unvaccinated against COVID-19 and was ordered deported from Australia Today marks what would have been Emmy winning actress Betty White's 100th birthday the documentary about the special occasion is airing in theaters across the country It's called Betty White a celebration and was already in the works before she passed away on New Year's Eve I'm Michael kosner There was an emotional funeral ceremony held in The Bronx Sunday for 15 of the 17 people killed earlier this month and a huge apartment building fire noram laden with more Thousands of mourners coming out in the cold to grieve with the families at the Islamic cultural center in The Bronx It's a big big glossy for the whole continent The mourners filing past 15 caskets Senator Schumer mayor Eric Adams taking part in the service The American Dream for too many burnt in that fire All of the victims died of smoke inhalation dozens more trapped in the flames are still in the hospital today It appears North Korea has gone through with yet another missile test or from TRE Thomas South Korea's joint chiefs of staff says the north fired a projectile into the ocean off the east coast of the Korean Peninsula earlier today It comes after a pair of launches last week and won the week before The Biden administration imposed new sanctions on Pyongyang the last Wednesday after a missile launch prompted the FAA to issue a brief ground stop For some West Coast flights out of an abundance of caution Former president Donald Trump is describing Florida governor Ron DeSantis is having a dull personality and unable to beat him in 2024 Mike Bauer reports Axios reports that Trump is furious with desantis because of an unwillingness so far to rule out running against Trump in two years Axios also states that Trump is irritated by desantis growing popularity and lack of gratitude A source close to the former president says Trump says desantis has no personal charisma and adult personality Trump has declined to publicly attack dissatisfied name but there was little doubt he was referring to desantis who has refused to say if he had received a coronavirus booster shot when he recently described gutless politicians who refuse to disclose their vaccine status There's no trading on Wall Street today both the stock and bond markets are closed for Martin Luther King Jr. day I'm Michael castle And I'm Anne cates from the Bloomberg newsroom The head of target predicts American consumers will drive less and consolidate their shopping into fewer trips as they adjust to more expensive gasoline and the highest rate of inflation in almost four decades Chief executive officer Brian Cornell speaking at a national retail federation event also thinks people will be more likely to eat at home and buy cheaper generic goods as prices continue to rise Consumer prices soared almost 7% last year The fastest 12 month pay since mid 1982 Walmart meanwhile as preparing to create its own cryptocurrency and collection of non fungible tokens the world's largest retailers seeking several new trademarks with a filing showing at intense to make and sell virtual goods such as electronics decor toys sporting goods and personal care products and step into the emerging metaverse Urban beekeeping may be all the buzz but a new study has uncovered some problems Bloomberg's Nancy alliance reports a new study of cities across Switzerland finds the rise in registered beehives grew from 3100 in 2012 to 9300 in 2018 But none of the cities had adequate green space to support the bees Ecologist with the Swiss federal institute for forest snow and landscape research said there were just not enough flowers and other plannings for the pollinators One solution being.

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"nancy alliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 8 months ago

"nancy alliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"National news where Nancy alliance is standing by hey there Nas Thanks Tim The jury weighing fraud charges against former theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes is unable to reach a unanimous verdict on three of the 11 criminal counts that she faces Jurors inform the judge today and a special note Bloomberg legal reporter malathi niac has been following the three month trial and speculates on what's next It could be that the judge will move forward and call for a mistrial on the three counts where the jury is currently struggling It's also possible that they go back and do figure out some way to reach a consensus on So we'll have to see how things pan out Melody and IX says jurors have been considering the case for 7 days Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer is issuing an ultimatum over voting rights Bloomberg's Nathan Hager has more from Washington In a letter to fellow Democrats Schumer says the Senate will vote to change its rules by January 17th the Martin Luther King holiday if Republicans continue to block voting rights legislation Schumer says last year's January 6th attack at the capitol underscores the risks to democracy if states put more restraints on the ballot box A change to the filibuster rule would require buy in from all 50 Senate Democrats moderates Joe Manchin and kyrsten sinema have voiced reluctance if not opposition to changing the filibuster In Washington I'm Nathan Hager Bloomberg radio NASA's new space telescope is doing well more than a week after liftoff following a pair of problems that were overcome by ground controllers officials said today the huge sun shield on the James Webb space telescope.

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"nancy alliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:49 min | 9 months ago

"nancy alliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With Nancy lions and the Bloomberg 99 one newsroom in GCN Hey Tim President Biden is signing the bipartisan infrastructure Bill this afternoon It calls for a $1 trillion investment to fix bridges and roads as well as to expand broadband Internet access across the country Transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg tells Bloomberg it should not take long for the money to make it into the pipeline A lot of it can move very quickly because it's designed to move through a lot of programs and plumbing so to speak that we already have Formula funds for example but go out almost automatically to the states as well as grant programs that are more discretionary on the part of my office but that we already know how to do Buttigieg says the focus will not necessarily be on shovel ready projects but shovel worthy projects We may have turned a corner on global supply chain disruptions We get the latest reading on container freight rates from Bloomberg's John Tucker The world container index which tracks the composite container freight rates for 8 of the busiest east west trade routes has been in its longest weekly losing streak since March of 2018 It's also down about 11% from its all time high in September The decline suggests supply chain problems are easing at some of the busiest shipping routes John Tucker Bloomberg radio Longtime Donald Trump adviser Steve Bannon will not be detained as he awaits trial on charges of contempt of Congress Earlier today he self surrendered to the FBI on criminal charges stemming from his refusal to cooperate with the congressional investigation into the January 6th riot at the capitol He'll be arraigned on Thursday Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries I'm Nancy alliance Jodi Schwartz.

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"nancy alliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"nancy alliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And national news on this Tuesday for that. Whatever to Nancy Lyons in D, C Hey, Nance, Hey Carol and August 31st US withdrawal deadline is looming large in Afghanistan, with the Taliban spokesman saying the group will not accept an extension and President Biden, reportedly deciding to stick with the deadline will be hearing from President Biden soon. The Pentagon. John Kirby says several 1000 Americans have been evacuated so far, and they're working to remove as many as they can by the end of the month. We're trying to get as many out as we can. And so if we can exceed What What our previous expectations were, and we have over the last couple of days. That's a good thing and we're going to continue to drive at that, Kirby says. Nearly 22,000 Americans and allies were evacuated in the past 24 hours, some on US military flights, others on coalition flights. Well, there's more Afghan refugees are being brought to the U. S. Federal agencies are rushing to complete their security vetting as we hear from Bloomberg's Amy Morris. The chaos of the evacuation effort means thousands of people were put on those planes before their background vetting was complete. U. S agencies, including intelligence, law enforcement and counterterrorism professionals are all conducting security screenings. While flights are in the air. The State Department says it is surging its resources to ensure nobody is allowed into the US before clearing a security check. Officials would not say how many if any Afghans have been flagged so far. In Washington. I'm Amy Morris. Bloomberg Radio. Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts has died at the age of 80, his publicist says. Watts passed away peacefully in a London hospital earlier today. Surrounded by his family. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I'm Nancy Lyons. Now back to you, Carol. All right, Nancy. Appreciate that. Nancy Alliance in D C. Now back to our New York bureau and a check on the well, the business will do that with Charlie. Thank you very much. Carol. Master, We're looking at records right now on the S and P right to the numbers will give you the Why. In a moment here with the S and P up 11 higher by about 3/10 of 1%. You're today the S and P up now by 19.5%. We've got the Dow up. 15 up 3/10 as stack up 69 again there of 5/10 of 1% 10 Years down, 10 30 seconds 10 year Yield right now, 1.28% Gold flat on the day unchanged. 18 Oh, five. The ants West Texas intermediate crude up 3% 67 62 on wt energy Consumer discretionary material stocks were among the best performers as investors also weighed. Insights from Fed Chair J. Powell's address from Jackson Hole this week. Equities at record strong corporate earnings and a rally in commodity prices outweighs lingering concerns about the threat of covid 19 to the global economy. Right now. After earnings Best buy shares are up by 9.9%. As for shares of Cathy Wood's arc Innovation ETF up today by 1%. We'll be talking with word at about 4 10 today. Wall Street time. Obvious topics include China, Tesla and her strategy again. Carol Master doing that interview. Just about 4 10 Wall Street time. I'm Charlie Palette that Carol is a Bloomberg business Flash. Thank you so much, Charlie Pellet for that shout out. You are listening to Bloomberg Business Week. We are going to talk with Cathy Wood, and we'll talk to her about her thoughts on Chinese stocks sits on a day when we're hearing from Gary Gensler of the SEC chair our own. Teams sitting down with him in an exclusive interview or Ben pain, and we'll hear about his thoughts and some of the moves to really provide more transparency. When it comes to Chinese listed companies here in the United States, that's going to come a little bit later on. In the meantime, a lot on our plate when it comes to those background stories, Afghanistan we are expecting to hear from President Biden with an update. We will take you there to the White House. When that comes out. In the meantime, we continue to He reminded by many headlines that were still in health crisis, a health pandemic and among the headlines that were really watching out for and monitoring today as we had Israel lowering the minimum age for boosters to 30 from 40 German Chancellor Angela Merkel coming out, saying measures currently in place to curb the virus remains sufficient even as infection numbers tied to the spread of the delta buried her on the rise. And the number of UK workers going to the office that's increasing. We're tracking that really closely and then traffic on China's typically busy streets that has shown some signs of recovery after the country quashed a resurgence. Covid cases. And there's also a study out, saying India may face an unprecedented 600,000 new infections a day if the nation fails to boost the pace of shots, So that's some of the key headlines. I also want to point out that Dr Anthony Fauci, of course, one of the voices that we've turned to, increasingly, of course, Over the course of the pandemic is White House Covid advisor Dr Anthony Fauci. He had some comments on MSNBC earlier today on what a third vaccine may mean. Listen up. So we may not have to get a variant, specific boost. We're preparing for it. We're doing clinical trials with it. But the data that we've seen right now indicate That we may be able to get a good response that covers the boosts by the original vax that covers the variance. Excuse me by the by the original vaccine that we got. I believe it's entirely conceivable. That this third dose superimposed upon the two doses of modern and Pfizer very well may allow for a rather prolonged period of protection. And that, of course, is Dr Anthony Fauci, White House Covid adviser, speaking earlier on MSNBC. And what's interesting is there have been many from the medical community thinking that we might need to get a covid booster shot every year. Just like many of us get a flu shot said that comment from Dr Fauci. That observation could maybe change things going forward All of this happening when we've got cases topping 212.7.

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"nancy alliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"nancy alliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Suffering emotional trauma, she said the day she did it. A reporter told her before the U. S track and field trials that her mom had passed away. The latest fast and furious movie is on track to speed past the $500 million mark today worldwide that would make it the first Hollywood movie to do so during the pandemic. F nine already made $24 million over the holiday weekend racing to the top of the box office again, But that number is expected to jump to nearly 33 million. The boss baby to came in second, followed by the Forever purge. The feds are investigating the latest ransomware attack that hit more than 1000 companies worldwide. Hackers targeted software Tonight firm based in Florida, used by 36,000 customers. They reportedly posted a blog last night demanding $70 million in Bitcoin. That's in exchange for a universal decryption tool. The FBI says it may not be able to respond to each victim. Due to the scale of the attack and what a holiday to remember for country music singer Blake Shelton and pop star Gwen Stefani. They got married Saturday night in a chapel Shelton built on his massive ranch in Oklahoma. I'm Brad Siegel. And I'm an Cates from the Bloomberg newsroom. China is widening its new crackdown on tech companies beyond DD more from Bloomberg, Sydney's Pellegrini Did. He, of course, is huge. And Beijing's crackdown on the rideshare giant alone could be seen as a blow for investors. And now on top of that, regulators in Beijing are going after two companies that recently listed here in New York full truck Alliance and cash in limited and the move against India and its peers does add a new dimension to China's crackdown anyway, after it went after Jack Ma's IPO of Ant group in November. It is two biggest shareholders are Softbank and Uber and the state back Global Times in China, says Dede stated trove poses a threat to individual privacy and China's national security. Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg Radio. If you ordered to go from Panda Express, you may be receiving more than just a plate of food. Bloomberg's Nancy Alliance reports class action lawsuit that's just been filed accuses Panda Express of imposing hidden delivery. The chain promised customers low price delivery and its mobile app and on its website, usually amounting to $2.95, But the lawsuit alleges the chain imposes an additional hidden 10% charge on delivery food orders. What it calls a service charge, the suit says. By obscuring the costs, it deceives customers and the company gains an unfair advantage over competitors in Washington, Nancy Lyons Bloomberg radio. Now there's insurance to protect against cyberbullying, identity theft and other threats. But according to The Wall Street Journal, three quarters of American consumers say they are either unwilling or not sure whether to pay for cyber risk insurance. Overseas trading the footsie in London, the CAC in Paris and the tax in Germany are all flat. The Nikkei and Japan and the Hang sang in Hong Kong both fell half a percent. China's C S. I 300 inched higher Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I'm Dan Cates. This is Bloomberg. This.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"nancy alliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"nancy alliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Get to all the national news headlines Nancy lines had a busy day she's with us from in the nation's capital finance Hey Carol how are you yes as we just heard there has been a scramble among lawmakers and the trump administration to come up with some sort of coronavirus aid package to reassure anxious Americans house speaker Nancy Pelosi says they have a plan called families first today we are passing a bill that does just that the families first coronavirus response act which is focused directly on providing support for America's families who must be our first priority the three most important parts of this bill are testing testing testing Anthony Fauci a key player in the effort to combat the corona virus says the frustrating delay in testing for the diseases getting untangled and that he foresees a major escalation and access in a week or two he spoke today on MSNBC there was a disconnect there for sure we have to admit that it's unfortunate but it's going in the right direction right now no denying there was a bit of a disconnect where people hear that attest to be available to anybody and they go into a doctor's office and they get and they didn't get it that's unfortunate but we're looking at ways looking forward about she is the director of the National Institute of allergy in public health at NIH more fallout from the virus today in sports for both the Boston Marathon and the masters golf tournament has been postponed been rescheduled for September fourteenth global news twenty four hours a day on a on a QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts to more than a hundred twenty countries hi Nancy alliance two people who are as fascinated by the markets as you are what's your sense of the competitive.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"nancy alliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"One studios in Washington DC for the national headlines with any Mars anybody have all right thank you call acting White House chief of staff Nick Mulvaney has acknowledged the corona virus is likely to cause disruptions you guys were talking about that just now like school closures changes to public transportation but Mulvaney also tried to reassure Americans worried about a potential public health crisis and stock market losses tied to this outbreak bank of America meanwhile predicts the global economy is on course for its weakest year since the two thousand eight financial crisis and the prospect of a corona virus pandemic will likely strain the pipeline for antibiotics to treat treat secondary infections the antibiotics market is already dealing with market pit falls with several manufacturers filing for bankruptcy so Bloomberg law's Jeannie valance says there are real worries about shortages a lot of the active ingredients that are used to make drugs and not just antibiotics a lot of different drugs are manufactured in China and obviously that's where the epicenter of the corona virus covered nineteen is the FDA is taking proactive steps to prevent your to just sending notices to drug companies to keep the government up to date on antibiotic inventory in Washington Nancy alliance Bloomberg radio South Carolina holds its first in the south primary tomorrow former vice president Joe Biden is hoping for a win to propel him to a strong showing three days later on super Tuesday Biden is twelve points ahead in the real clear politics polling average of South Carolina but senator Bernie Sanders has been game the ground and billionaire Tom Steyer has support there to Biden's team says it will rely on the strategy that it used in Iowa global news twenty four hours a day on air and on QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists.

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What does California's new privacy law actually do?

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

What does California's new privacy law actually do?

"A new California law allowing consumers to prevent tech companies from selling their data a potential model for other states to follow is being opposed by well some tech companies as we hear from Bloomberg's Nancy alliance so willing Facebook are among the companies seeking exemptions from the new privacy law that offers new powers to consumers the right to access your data rated to reach your data and the right to opt out of the sale of your personal information Bloomberg laws stand Stiller says the companies want to be considered service providers which would exempt them from a law to use one to opt out of the sales data they could say okay but we aren't selling your data work you're sharing it or were giving it to do more behavioral advertising but it wouldn't be a sale the US you can opt out of the sale of that information Stiller says it's likely other states will jump on the bandwagon in Washington NC lions

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"nancy alliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Auto pilot was a factor a new California law allows consumers to prevent tech companies from selling their data and this could be a potential model for other states in the U. S. but some tech companies are seeking exemptions as we hear from Bloomberg's Nancy alliance willing Facebook are among the companies seeking exemptions from the new privacy law that offers new powers to consumers the right to access your data rated to reach your data and the right to opt out of the sale of your personal information Bloomberg laws stand Stiller says the companies want to be considered service providers which would exempt them from the law are you want to opt out of the stale data they could say okay but we aren't selling your data work you're sharing it or were giving it to do more behavioral advertising but it wouldn't be a sale dust you can opt out of the sale of that information Stiller says it's likely other states will jump on the bandwagon in Washington Nancy lions Bloomberg radio at least sixteen inmates in a central Mexico prison were killed five more were wounded in a riot authorities say they confiscated for guns they believe are smuggled in during visits no guards or police were wounded officials did not comment on what happened there but such prison killings frequently involves score settling between rival cartels global news twenty four hours a day on a on a quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than a hundred twenty countries I'm Martin to kero this is Bloomberg Brian all right thanks very much Martin twenty one minutes here before the top of the hour global sports news now with Donna Cajun dollars looking at the NHL winter classic Donna thanks Brian the stars rally from a to nothing deficit to beat the predators for two at the Cotton Bowl Dallas finally took the lead early in the third period thanks to a power play goal by Alexander Radulov.

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What does California's new privacy law actually do?

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

What does California's new privacy law actually do?

"A new California law allows consumers to prevent tech companies from selling their data and this could be a potential model for other states in the U. S. but some tech companies are seeking exemptions as we hear from Bloomberg's Nancy alliance willing Facebook are among the companies seeking exemptions from the new privacy law that offers new powers to consumers the right to access your data rated to reach your data and the right to opt out of the sale of your personal information Bloomberg laws stand Stiller says the companies want to be considered service providers which would exempt them from the law are you want to opt out of the stale data they could say okay but we aren't selling your data work you're sharing it or were giving it to do more behavioral advertising but it wouldn't be a sale dust you can opt out of the sale of that information Stiller says it's likely other states will jump on the

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"nancy alliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Nine one studios in Washington DC for world and national headlines with any Mars and I thank you Paul president trump actually is blaming Iran now for breach of the U. S. embassy compound in Baghdad and is calling on Iraq to protect the embassy the president tweeting this morning that quote Iran is orchestrating an attack on the U. S. embassy in a rock they will be held fully responsible in addition we expect Iraq to use its forces to protect the embassy former FBI agent Peter struck is challenging his dismissal for sending text messages critical of Donald Trump Bloomberg's Nancy Lyons reports Peter struck is the man who launched the bureau's Russia probe in twenty sixteen in a new court filing he is accusing the FBI the justice department of violating his right to free speech and privacy politico reports struck was responding to the justice department's motion to dismiss his lawsuit the case is expected to decide whether rank and file government employees can share personal opinions including on government issue devices like in the case of struck the inspector general found no evidence strikes political opinions influences work in Washington Nancy alliance Bloomberg radio president trump says he will be signing the first phase of a trade deal with China at the White House next month president trump says in a tweet he will then travel to Beijing at a later date to open talks on other sticking points in the US China trade relationship that still have to be worked out in the deal that was reached earlier in December the U. S. agreed to reduce tariffs on China and China agreed to buy large quantities of US farm products remaining sticking points would be worked out during a second round of trade talks global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"nancy alliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Nine one studios in Washington DC for world and national headlines with eighty Mars any all right thanks Paul Russia has ruled out extending a United Nations approved arms embargo on Iran the U. S. warns that breaking that embargo would jeopardize global security Russia's deputy foreign minister says they're not ready to do quote the bidding of our American colleagues the C. B. D. industry is poised to end the year with record growth much of it is thanks to dietary supplements and cosmetics Bloomberg's **** lions has that story all were CVD is being touted for its calming properties and ability to reduce inflammation which is why you're seeing a lot of topical cream they're using the V. D. or even make happen okay Bloomberg laws Jacquie Lee says the FDA though is worried about some of the claims being made if you are saying this product will cure something where it will help treated indeed that the FDA could step in and say Hey you know this is a misprint or or adulterated product more drugs if they need to stop producing or you need to change your marketing tactics the FDA's now looking into possible interactions creams and supplements might have with other drugs in Washington Nancy alliance Bloomberg radio a top European official says Britain and the E. you must weigh whether to extend the deadline for talks on their post brexit ties the U. K. is scheduled to the E. U. next month European Commission president arsenal of Vander lay in telling a French business daily that both sides to take stock in the middle of next year and quote if necessary agree on an extension to the transition period if wraps it happens as scheduled on January thirty first that would leave eleven months to negotiate a deal British prime minister Boris Johnson is ruled out delaying the talks beyond December thirty first twenty twenty global news twenty four hours a day on a on a quick take by Bloomberg powered.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:35 min | 2 years ago

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"It's six thirty three on Wall Street let's bring in Michael bar to tell us what else is going on in the world good morning Michael good morning aiming accounts Eckstein playing with a ninety eight people aboard has crashed shortly after take off early today killing at least a dozen people at least sixty six others survived with injuries the aircraft to the concrete friends and a two story building after take off from the old Monty International Airport in a statement the airport says there was no fire and rescue operation got underway immediately following the crash Israel's embattled prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu received a much needed boost with a landslide victory in the race to leave his Likud party the prime minister will now lead Likud into Israel's third election in less than a year on March second months of protests in Iraq are showing no signs of letting up new America fellow Douglas all of on spoke with David Westin on Bloomberg balance of power all of us as a protest started in October when the Iraqi government fired a very popular general who led the anti ISIS fight is firing inspired a small demonstration and that demonstration was put down very hard by the Iraqi government as in the use live rounds and tear gas canisters and killed several of the demonstrators that just sparked this use movement Iraq's president has offered to resign amid protests a fourteen year old boy suspected in the fatal stabbing of a Bernard college freshmen has been released from NYPD custody only hours after investigators that he had been located following a two week man hunt chief of detectives Rodney Harrison's as finding the suspect was a significant developments in the investigative process the team is one of three youths police believe were involved in the stabbing of eighteen year old tester majors at Morningside park the C. B. D. industry is poised to end the year with record growth and much of it is thanks to dietary supplements and cosmetics anti Lyons reports on Bloomberg ninety nine one Washington Missouri Canada dial or CVD is being touted for its calming properties and ability to reduce inflammation which is why you're seeing a lot of topical cream they're using DDT or even make happen okay Bloomberg laws Jacquie Lee says the FDA that was worried about some of the claims being made if you are saying this product will cure something where it will help treated indeed that the FDA could step in and say Hey you know this that misprinted or or adulterated product more drugs if they need to stop producing or you need to change a marketing tactic the FDA is now looking into possible interactions creams and supplements might have with other drugs in Washington Nancy alliance Bloomberg radio global news.

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"nancy alliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"nancy alliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Toward ninety nine one studios in Washington DC March for world and national headlines all right thanks call the justice department has opened a criminal investigation into whether then candidate trump for his twenty sixteen campaign was a legally spied upon sources tell Bloomberg news the move means prosecutor John Durham now has the authority to convene a grand jury in issue subpoenas this as an impeachment investigation of the house has become a growing threat to the trump presidency there seems to be growing bipartisan criticism now of the EPA over its position on regulating P. fast chemicals in drinking water and those are chemicals found in tap lawn and fire retardant foams bluebirds Nancy alliance explains senators express their frustrations this week when the EPA gave them an update on the move to regulate P. fast chemicals a one BPA to not say whether it's going to regulate the chemicals but how and when and by how much but that's not something the EPA prepared to do Bloomberg environment reporter David Schultz says lawmakers see these forever chemicals as a real health risks that chemical bond today have are so strong that they just stick around and they get into the ground water which eventually gets into our profit the card is the big health problems lawmakers aren't waiting they're working on legislation that would speed up the process in Washington NC alliance Bloomberg radio during a major speech on China vice president Mike pence criticized the communist regimes actions against protesters in Hong Kong while also calling for engagement between the US and China as the two nations continue to try to resolve the trade war the communist party's global time said in an editorial that pens offered a positive attitude toward getting a deal even as he slandered China global news twenty four hours a day on air and deck tictoc on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"nancy alliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Week they at this time terminal customers can read more at P. I. N. go just before six thirty nine on Wall Street time for the Bloomberg green report here's Bob moan when it comes to wind turbines bigger is definitely better and the largest offshore wind farm in the world is set to run on the world's biggest wind turbine developed by general electric's renewables units up to sixteen thousand European households could be powered by the renewable energy of one hell yeah that she is made an agreement to sell its eight hundred fifty three foot tall power generating machine for a wind farm off the eastern coast of England a testament to how the increasing scalable projects and turbans is driving down the cost of renewable energy it also increases pressure on other turbine makers to develop their own bigger versions which could bring in new wave of price competition to the industry the ease hardly at X. turban stands as high as an eighty five story building almost three times as tall as the statue of liberty the so called Dogger bank wind farm one of power purchase contracts from the U. K. government last month that will support the project that's the Bloomberg green business report I'm Bob Malone thank you Bob food insecurity appears to be a big problem for low income and disabled Medicare recipients Nancy alliance has more from the Bloomberg ninety nine one Washington newsroom a recent study published in the journal of the American medical association offers a snapshot of the problem roughly ten percent of Medicare seniors and about forty percent of Medicare recipients who are younger than sixty five with long term disability experienced food insecurity at some point in the last year Bloomberg laws Tony Pulis says beginning next year Medicare advantage plans will expand coverage to allow recipients to receive home. delivered.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"nancy alliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The democratic presidential debates tonight feature top holders Joe Biden and camel Harris Bloomberg said Baxter reports the first focus very quickly on healthcare the top two polar's in the first debate Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders life in America as we speak eighty seven million Americans are under insured or underinsured but the health care industry made all hundred billion dollars in profits last year both he and warrant were attacked by the more moderate members of the panel along with healthcare Warren talked societal inequities in is corporations that have taken our government and that are holding it by the four out and we need to have the courage to fight back against that and until we're ready to do that it's just more of the same night to tonight in San Francisco I'm at Baxter Bloomberg daybreak and Bloomberg radio will carry tonight's debate live starting at eight PM Wall Street time the Washington national cathedral is religious leaders rebuking president trump for his attacks on a prominent African American lawmaker bluebirds ASIC Lyons reports it's an unusual step for an institution known for staying out of politics three cathedral faith leaders are asking Americans after two years of escalating rhetoric from the president when have you had enough they draw parallels between the current state of affairs to McCarthyism of the nineteen fifties in their minds front crossed a threshold this week and his words are dangerous and serve as a Clarion call to white supremacists they say the question now is less about the president's sense of decency but of ours Americans are asked to boldly witness against bigotry and hatred in Washington Nancy alliance Bloomberg radio Hong Kong's decision to charge dozens of protesters with the colonial era writing charge that carries a ten year prison term suggests the government's was heeding calls from China for a tougher response to the unrest there meantime the White House is monitoring what a senior administration official calls a congregation of Chinese forces on Hong Kong's border south Korea's military says north Korea's conducted its second weapons tests the less than a week firing two short range ballistic missiles off its east coast observers say the move could be aimed at boosting pressure on the United States as the rival struggle to set up French nuclear talks president trump house Democrats and the state of New York remain at an impasse over how to proceed on Mr trump's request for an emergency order preventing the turnover of the state tax returns US district judge Carl Nichols told them to come up with a plan after hearing almost two hours of argument over the issue in Washington federal court yesterday the party said they can't agree on a plan now leaving it up to the judge global news twenty four hours a day on their hand a tick tock on Twitter power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred and twenty countries I'm John Tucker this is Bloomberg make them John thank.

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"nancy alliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"nancy alliance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"John good morning Dave in the section of the democratic presidential debates tonight's feature toppled is Joe Biden camel Harris and Bloomberg said banks reports the first focus very quickly on healthcare the top two polar's in the first debate Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders life in America as we speak eighty seven million Americans are under insured or underinsured but the health care industry made all hundred billion dollars in profits last via both he and Warren were attacked by the more moderate members of the panel along with healthcare Warren talked societal inequities corporations that have taken our government and that are holding up by the four out and we need to have the courage to fight back against that and until we're ready to do that it's just more of the same night to tonight in San Francisco I'm at Baxter Bloomberg daybreak and Bloomberg radio carried tonight's debate starting at eight PM Wall Street time the Washington national cathedral is religious leaders rebuking president trough for his attacks on a prominent African American lawmaker bluebirds Nancy Lyons reports it's an unusual step for an institution known for staying above the political fray three cathedral faith leaders are asking Americans after two years of escalating rhetoric from the president when have you had enough they draw parallels between the current state of affairs to McCarthyism of the nineteen fifties in their minds trump crossed a threshold this week and his words are dangerous and serve as a Clarion call the white supremacists they say the question now is less about the president's sense of decency but of ours Americans are asked to boldly witness against bigotry and hatred in Washington Nancy alliance Bloomberg radio Hong Kong's decision to charge dozens of protesters with the colonial era riding charge that carries a ten year prison term suggest the government is heeding calls from China for a tough response to the unrest meantime the White House is monitoring with a senior administration official calls a congregation of Chinese forces of Hong Kong's border south Korea's military says north Korea's conducted its second weapons test in less than a week barring too short range ballistic missiles off its east coast observers say the mood could be aimed at boosting pressure of the United States has the rivals struggled to sit up fresh nuclear talks president trump house Democrats in the state of New York remain at an impasse over how to proceed on Mr trump's request for an emergency order preventing the turnover of his state tax returns a US district judge told them to come up with a plan after hearing almost two hours of argument over the issue in Washington federal court yesterday the party said they can't agree on a plan now leaving it up to the judge global news twenty four hours a day on a year and a tick tock on Twitter power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred and twenty countries I'm John Tucker the sea is Bloomberg Nathan John.

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