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"newbury port" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Pregame starts at three 45 on a Bloomberg one O 6 one in Boston newbury port. Coach, thanks so much for joining us here. Talk to us about Howard University. How are you guys preparing for this game here? Well, first of all, it's a great opportunity for us, I think, like any division one football team we're a very diverse team on many levels and almost every one of our black student athletes have a personal family connection to an HBCU light Howard. So really just a great opportunity. They've got great athletes, you know, they're extremely well coached and we'll see some of the best athletes will face off season. So we've been working hard. It's obviously been a great opportunity to get down there. We happen to be on the tarmac right now about ready to head out. Okay. Logan Logan to D.C., but yeah, really excited to play such a great and prestigious school. Yeah, I got to try not to be too much of a Homer for this conversation, coach, because I am based at Washington D.C. and Howard University is well loved in this city. And since you say that you're on the tarmac already, I guess you haven't had a chance to check out Audi field in southwest Washington, usually they play soccer there, but it's going to be a pretty fun environment to get a little football going here this weekend. Well, to your point, you know, they've really done a great job making this an event they've sold a ton of tickets and from everything we know without a stadium, it's a very pristine outstanding new facility. So yeah, it's great when you can play in our league team. It's great when our kids can get on a plane and head to a place like D.C. and we just have to remember that we're not there running trip we're there to get a mission done and that's what we're planning to do. All right, real quick. You had a good win last week over a Cornell, tell us about your Harvard football team at this point of the season. Well, it was the proverbial great team efforts, you know, on defense, we held them to 250 yards, our special teams blocked a punt for a touchdown in offensively. We only had three possessions in the second half and completely maxed it out with three touchdown drives in a two point play and we needed all of that to win the game. So we're definitely a team that is vastly improved from our opener. It still had plenty of room for improvement. All right, coach, we're gonna let you go have a safe trip down to D.C. and good luck on this weekend. That's Harvard coach Tim Murphy and you can catch this weekend's game. The crimson taking on Howard University on the Bloomberg bison. Yes, one O 6 one bison. That's right. Howard bison. Bloomberg one O 6 one in Boston with pre game coverage starting Saturday at three 45 p.m. Wall Street time. So some good stuff there. Kind of just looking at these markets here. Nathan, kind of rolling over a little bit. The Dow is still up I have her percent, but we've got the NASDAQ a little bit in the red here. Yeah, take it a little bit on the chin here with the tech heavy NASDAQ composite. Moving down just a touch and the rest of the market. Well, now the S&P is basically unchanged at this point, Paul. Yeah, so it's interesting, you know, but I think they're kind of getting a sense focusing a little bit on the bank earnings and the bank earnings. You know, generally came in a little bit better than expected, but again, it's probably cautious outlook, which is totally fair, totally, I think, reflective of kind of where we are in the economy, but some caution from some of these CEOs. Yeah, reflecting a little bit what we just heard from Eric Friedman that the first half of next year could be where things start to maybe recover just a little bit, but as far as this market goes up until then, it looks like it's going to be choppy. And boy, has it been choppy this week? Yeah, exactly right. And just looking at some of the commodities here, WTI crude oil off two and a half percent here today, so we're below $87 a barrel on Brent crew that kind of gets my attention. We keeping track of gasoline that's trending back down a little bit there. And on the currency side, Nathan, you know, on the back of what we saw coming out of the UK and Liz truss. Some continued weakness in the pound. I mean, it's the kind of the market saying, we're still not convinced they've got their house in order there. So we will certainly pay attention to that for the remainder of today coming up. We'll have some more Nathan and I are here for another couple of hours because Matt Miller is somewhere down in the keys. Oh, must be nice. It must be nice to be Matt Miller. I will have more coming up this. Is Bloomberg. And JIT, New Jersey institute of technology makes innovation happen. The university helped biomedical engineering professor Tara Alvarez launch a startup that may revolutionize vision therapy. R startup through NG it is called ocular motor technology. We create virtual reality, vision therapy in a head mounted display. So it's gaming and basically sugarcoating the therapy so that children and young adolescents don't even realize they're doing therapy. To accomplish this, we need biomedical engineers, which are here in on JIT campus, computer scientists, artists, people that are into story development and then we are collaborating with a lot of the large pediatric medical centers. 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"newbury port" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed
"I'm David Westin and this is Bloomberg. This is R New York. WDC HFM boy Baltimore Washington. W JZ FM HD two cadence ville. Watertown. Wbos HD two Brookline Boston. WNBC newbury port, K and EW Oakland, KOS F one O 3.7 FM HD two San Francisco and SiriusXM satellite radio gentlemen 19. Markets, headlines and breaking news, 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business line. From Bloomberg world, headquarters I'm Charlie pellet. We begin with the developing story, talks between Elon Musk and Twitter to reach a resolution of the $44 billion takeover are said to be stuck in part over Musk's statement that his offer is now contingent on getting $13 billion in debt financing. Right now, we do have Twitter shares off by 2.2%, Tesla shares their up by four tenths of 1%. It is a down day on Wall Street ahead of the jobs report tomorrow morning with the S&P now lore by 18 points down 5 tenths of 1%. We've got the Dow down 222 at 30,049 lower by 7 tenths of 1% NASDAQ down 8, a drop there of one tenth of 1%. Ten year yield 3.80% the two year yield 4.22%, gold spot gold down two tenths of 1% 1712 the ounce wall West Texas intermediate crude of 8 tenths of 1% 88 49 a barrel. Applications for unemployment insurance rose by more than four cast last week, jobless claims up by 29,000. Wall Street looking ahead to tomorrow morning's jobs
"newbury port" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed
"Admiral, thank you so very much. That is admiral John Kirby of the National Security Council. And this is balance of power on Bloomberg radio. This is R New York. WDC HFM boy Baltimore Washington. W J HD two cadence ville. Watertown wbos HD two Brookline Boston. WNBC newbury port, K and EW Oakland, KOS F one O 3.7 FM HD two San Francisco and SiriusXM satellite radio gentlemen 19. Markets, headlines and breaking news, 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business launch. Prom, Bloomberg world, headquarters. I'm Charlie peloton. The S&P NES stack all pushing higher first, trading week all of the month of October, stocks at or near session highs right now, we have got the Dow, the S&P NES stack rallying S&P up by 84 points up 2.4% now industrials up 7 O 9 up two and a half percent NASDAQ right now of 210, that is a gain of 2%. Ten year, 3.64%, two year yield, 4.09%, spot gold, now rallying $34 the ounce to 1694 up 2.1%, West Texas and immediate crude oil surging 4.9%, WTI up right now, 83 41 a barrel stocks kicking off the week with gains after suffering their worst September in two decades, treasury yields halted a seemingly endless surge with weak U.S. manufacturing data soothing concern about the Federal Reserve over tightening monetary policy. As for the market bank drop, Alan Hayes and his chief market strategist at FL putnam investment management. We are concerned that the rise in real rates, as well as nominal
"newbury port" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The vix just below 20 yields are slightly lower to ten year treasury yielding about 2.85% on the commodities front WTI crude oil is lower just under $93 a barrel gold. It's steady 1805 an ounce will call it Bitcoin a little bit lower just under $24,000 per token for our radio listeners. Let me give you a wardrobe update. It is a Friday in August, summertime, Tom keen sporting the absolutely perfect tense suit. I mean, that's what you do, Michael Regan on a summer Friday. That's what you need to have. You got to go either ten or sear sucker maybe. I don't know. I know Tom's got some good Sears. Michael McKee goes here, sucker. He sports that pretty well. I don't think I can wear this to Jackson hole though. No. You got to go western wear. Mississippi, no bow tie. Cowboy hat for that. So if I get the low heel lucchese on. Yes. And I can get the hat out there. They had I have it so big. It won't get on the airplane. Yeah, you got a sear sucker cowboy hat? No, I guess. I got a sweatshirt from Texas a and M, does that do? That works. That'll work fine there. Is it preparing for Jackson hole? Is it worth going to Jackson hole this year? I think I'm hearing it is surveillance is going. Is he our boss? I'm your expense account manager. No, that's right, I'll keep her the AmEx. Good morning, brother. Seriously, Mike, Regan. I think it changed this week. And all of a sudden, it's like maybe this is one of those years where it really matters. I would not have said that ten days ago Okay. All right. Mike Reagan said your mark. We are in the show. Where are we in the show? What are you like Mike, where you can just give us a snapshot of what's going on out there in the market. Book my flight to Jackson hole, but it missed that. With the stocks, Paul, as you said, it's a Friday in August, so stocks are moving about as much as the traffic on the way the Hamptons. But I found a few for you. Alumina, who knew that a gene sequencing company could be affected by the same macroeconomic headwinds, but that's what the analysts say is going on, a company cut its earnings guidance for the full year. So big drop in that let's talk about 15%. Really hotly anticipated earnings yesterday, rivian automotive, kind of a mixed bag there, quarterly sales above Wall Street's expectations. And it did reaffirm its delivery forecast, but the electric vehicle maker also trimmed its full year earnings expectation because of all the things supply chain snags, high cost, economic volatility, all of that. But streets taking a pretty good rivian's up about one and a half percent. Roblox, remember they had a tough quarter, the video game online video game company down pretty decently on Tuesday after results. While someone bought the dip and it was none other than Kathy Woods ark investment. So seeing that stock perk up about one and a half percent this morning. As you pointed, it's, you know, the seesaw and oil prices, it's on the downside today. So all the usual suspects are weak there. But some general strength in the consumer names as a result, so we're seeing some stocks like Las Vegas Sands, PayPal, Airbnb, Capital One, even Lululemon all up and about the one to 2% range. Gasoline below $4 a barrel $3 and 98 cents. That's my top line quote. On my screen. That's the only chart to watch, I think. That's right. My crew can thank you so much, greatly appreciate it. This morning, we turn from what we do economics, finance investment, to, I don't know, if Brad Pitt movie, a Matt Damon movie, this week has been exhausting. I know. In Washington, we'd be going to Margaret Brennan, of course, face the nation on Sunday, Margaret, I'd say we have to get to Sunday, but I think we got to get the Friday afternoon. What is the CBS reporting on what we could see from Department of Justice from The White House or from Mar-a-Lago this afternoon? Well, we had that 3 p.m. deadline that was set for an answer from the Trump team. We have the answer from the Trump team now is the former president has said he is on board with the public release of the warrant. That the Justice Department wants to disclose to explain to the public why that FBI search warrant was issued and executed on Monday at his Florida residents. Now, will that actually include the information detailing the level of sensitivity of the classified information that was believed to have? That is unclear, I'm sure you saw that Washington Post and other news organizations, including CBS, have said that this was very highly classified information that was being looked for. Whether it was found is another matter. And The Washington Post said among it nuclear secrets. That's where I wanted to go and that there's been a partition here of three levels of classified material coming out of amendments that happened under president Obama, but the heart of the matter is back to post Korea in 1954 on the nuclear distinction. That seems to be the key distinction as you go to face the nation Sunday, right? Well, the level of information that may have been sought. That's really, I think we're all trying to parse just exactly what we're talking about here in terms of what the former president took to his Florida private residence from The White House. Now we won't have necessarily the affidavit to execute a search warrant. The FBI has to have an affidavit that sets forth probable cause. Attorney general Garland said there was probable cause for a judge to have issued this. That means there was strong suspicion that at least one crime was committed, and that's where we are. We are talking about the scale of the crime. And we want to talk about the implications of all of this. And of course, there's also the political fallout. And we will have all of that with two Republicans, Brian Fitzpatrick, a former FBI agent from the state of Pennsylvania from the state of Texas. We will have congressman Mike McCall and we are reshuffling. Because for you, it's Friday. For me, it's Wednesday. Because I still got to work this week. That's from someone doing this Sunday shows, folks. You have no idea the chaos behind the words. Friday is a Wednesday for those good folks. Margaret, we've seen to start getting a little bit of smoke from The White House as it relates to the president's intention to run or not run in 2024. Did we learn something new in the last 12 to 24 hours? Well, everyone around the president says he has every intention of running and is talking about it. Now, is that something that actually happens? Is there anyone who would counsel him otherwise? Not that I have heard. You did have three democratic Congress people in the past few weeks who have said publicly that they don't think it's advisable for him to run. But no, we don't have any clear indication at this point. But if the former president, Donald Trump does indeed seek the Republican nomination in 2024, we could have a rematch most certainly. Margaret Brennan, thank you so much. Looking forward to the CBS television networks face the nation. Sunday morning on CBS, and of course, on Bloomberg radio, listen to face the nation Sunday 2 p.m. in New York, Washington. And Bloomberg one O 6 one Boston newbury port faced the nation this Sunday at two on Bloomberg
"newbury port" Discussed on SHEnanigans with Christine & Jenn
"It's delicious gluten free, no yucky sugar, and there's all different kinds and it comes in a can. We like it, we do. We like getting the can. So cheers. Cheers today. And there's delicious. Yeah, it's very good. Oh, so good. Can't wait to have another one. It hits your lips. I mean. Emily's all said. All right, so we are so excited to introduce today's guest. Her name is newbury port's own Disney Princess, which we'll get to later. Emily seiss, and cute little mini. Oh my God, she's like my little sister. And here she is. And so she's going to tell us a little bit about her. We're going to talk about how we met. When did we meet Emily? We met, well, it was the Saint Patrick's Day. Many moons ago. Oh, so it was a bit of a gray out a little bit. Or green out green out. I get it. You get it? And we met at the port tavern. So yeah, saint patty's day, we were deeply into imbibing at that time. And by being imbibing imbibing while stand by the light. I had to look that up the other day when she texted it to me. Did I write that out? You did and I had a Google. It means participating in alcohol. So you pull out these words too. I mean, it is. And vibing is a pretty except to use it correctly. I do. Whilst in vibing. Yes. So I remember Emily and I, we were deeply involved in it seemed like maybe hours of conversation. And she told me her whole life story. And I was like, oh my God, this is a rivetting. I can't leave. Get me another drink. Sean. Who's now our mayor? So that's amazing. Yes. Does he own it? No, he was a bartender.
"newbury port" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"One of the 6 one Boston newbury port face the nation Sunday at two I'm Bloomberg radio futures of 31 not as they were before the Putin hand line of two hours ago but the vix under 30 is significant 29.56 With our news in New York City here's Michael Barr Tom prettyy thank you very much Russian president Vladimir Putin cited positive movement in talks with Ukraine hours after saying he would bring in fighters from the Middle East about 2.5 million Ukrainians have led the country as refugees Russia also widened its military offensive in Ukraine striking the airports in the west of the country Meanwhile the U.S. and its allies prepared to revoke Russia's favorite trading status in the new punishment for the invasion CIA director William Byrne said yesterday that president Putin has no sustainable endgame for his invasion of Ukraine Former deputy assistant Secretary of Defense Mick mulroy says that Putin won't back down and lose face The key for the diplomats in this is to try to find a way to give him a face saving Now nothing with face saving way to help stop It's not about his ego We shouldn't care anything about his ego It's about getting him to stop this essential assault On civilian population Former deputy assistant Secretary of Defense Mick mulroy There will be a Major League Baseball season players have voted to accept management's latest offer for a new number It's going to be in the end now too I know you're thinking like oh what in the world Continue with your script I was medicated earlier this morning It ended the lockout 99 days and it's going to salvage the entire 162 game regular season Live in the Bloomberg interactive broker studios this is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take You should see times knows it's flaring like that First of all It looks great It was March opening in snow banks March was snow coming down Now it's going to be April 7th It's un American The reds are at the braves Opening day is April 10th and Cincinnati That's like Thanksgiving or any other major holiday So even with the strike screw up there's still opening too early It's well let's look they have to because if you're going to get the 162 games in you're going to have to start earlier Because of the travel the exhaustion of the players This is what this really comes down to But there are some changes of the game that I really do Give me one give me one change just to get me calm down here Well they got rid of that hoot nanny of starting this person on second base in the extra innings In their defense it was an experiment It was an experiment and I get it but it's like that takes away from the art of the game because now as a pitcher instead of okay I got to prevent the participation The problem the problem with when Michael Barr starts these sports chats is like the other day he explained what the aloha bowl was I didn't even know what was happening So this is why I'm seeing quite a quiet on this Let's go aloha to this Did we say aloha to the shift Yes we did Thank goodness I hated that too That the art of I said this earlier said it in our podcast it's like the suicide squeeze The kids today don't know what the suicide squeeze is And it's pretty great Squeezed itself by Southwest a couple of years ago that awesome Anyways noted The shift To me the shift should have been you get one player every game you can shift on Okay Pull hitter et cetera But now they've just banned the shift Is that what you say It looks like they've banned the shift And they also extended the playoffs now to 12 teams So sounds like the NHL Here's going to be a lot of teams with under 500 records Very 30 teams 12 are going to make it to the playoffs Boy he is mad I thought I was coming I'm going to be reading folks Major shut up to the athletic I just love what they do over there I'm going to be reading them athletic cover to cover this weekend Just a diverge away from this horrific war Well one thing they did do and I liked They raised the minimum salary from just over $570,000 to $700,000 Explain to our audience why that's not a lot of money to the fragility of MLB People are telling me these guys are all rich and I'm like I know they're not No no Because when you're starting out you're not making this money but the big money is way later on You get into agent payout transfers and the rest Michael Barr thank you for that.
"newbury port" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I just don't think I feel comfortable I have to be completely hedged So I don't know And I would as I said well you've got to go find a hedge And some of this stuff finding edges that right now that makes sense is so difficult We're not going to explain it We're doing a complete jargon show today Exactly But Paul seriously here if you say to yourself I don't want to go into the weekend well maybe that's somebody with a one hour or one day time frame but maybe you don't want to go into the weekend with a three week or three month time frame You will then you've got gajillion under management What do you do here You just have to look to the other side here so we'll certainly try to do that I pretty good Thanks so much for joining us with a chat with you soon as well But that's a killer charts this week Yeah yeah Yeah in the afternoon I open them right up as soon as they hit my mind She's a beverage of her choice And she starts talking logarithms at bars Oh is that right Clears it out Another way to put it Exactly right So we're looking at the markets here Tom you know certainly a weight to the tape here as we like to say S&P and the Dow off about 1% same thing for NASDAQ I'm looking at the oil again Tom crude oil moves higher here WTI crude oil at $111 50 cents a barrel up .3 .5% just amazing And then the Euro I know you were calling out the Euro in the last hour here Certainly has so up there 1.09 on your Euro here So we're seeing it in the marketplace There is angst out there Tom about how this plays out And I think this weekend may prove to be pretty interesting There's a news flow Yeah we've got to get to the Asia opening Sunday let's call it 7 p.m. maybe 6 p.m. as well In the correlations here are so odd in speak to the war there's no question about it So what do we look at A global Wall Street always you look at gold It's just ancient And of course Russia has believed that Russia has a huge deposit of gold But in the currency markets these pairs and pairs that are associated are important So the pros this morning are looking at Euro dollar breaking down one ten one O 9 stunningly moments ago through to a one O 8 XX And then as you look at Euro dollar you look at Euro Swiss E as well And that is shown strong Swiss truly back to where we were in 2000 15 The Euro Swiss is what you professionals look at right John Ferrell So much Exactly He schooled me on the Euro Swiss he there and it's very interesting to see here I'm looking at the DXY index just the dollar index and we see that materially higher today at 98 spot Let's call it .8 I'll round up a little bit on the DXY index The vix pulls really explodes here We've got 33 spot 7 7 All right let's get to Margaret Brennan because there is so much to talk about here And we talk about Margaret Brennan Yes she is the moderator of face nation on CBS News But today she's also the network senior foreign affairs correspondent Margaret what do you make of the news flow coming out of Ukraine over the past ten days and how are you going to frame that in your Sunday show face the nation This is such a huge story We're going to have Ukraine's ambassador to the United States join us again on the program to share with us what her government is asking for what is reasonable at this point because all the requests for intervention have been shot down by the United States and western powers NATO this morning saying again no fly zone is off the table And yet what we are hearing is just horrific intent with the U.S. assessing that a Russian occupation would involve camps being set up to send in Ukrainian leaders And activists and dissidents So we'll get the latest from her our reporters on the ground will also have an important conversation with the IMF director to talk about the spillover economic impact of what's happening right now Wheat prices as you know spiking What does that mean long term to the stability of places in the Middle East for example that are highly dependent on those sources Within this Margaret with Christian and garga I mean that speaks volumes about the multi ally in multi alliance approach to this against mister Putin but what it really speaks to is how linked is The White House to all going on in Europe Now blink mister blinken is over there on a Kissinger like tour right now What's his goal Good question Because diplomatically it doesn't seem like there is anything real being negotiated at the table between Ukraine and Russia There is the request to create these and honor these humanitarian corridors to allow for civilians to exit and that may be as a result of all the international scrutiny and pressure including the opening of investigation at the International Criminal Court But for secretary blinken a lot of this is trying to deal with the refugees I know he is headed to the region where over a million people already flow out of Ukraine Margaret do we know is there a sense in Washington what mister Putin really wants here and what he realistically believes he can achieve Well what you hear from U.S. officials is look let's start taking Vladimir Putin at his work which he's been saying for decades now which is he does not believe Ukraine deserves to be an independent country He doesn't recognize them as an independent or distinct people and that the democracy that they have set up is something that he thinks he can overpower successfully through the use of force So if they're taking him at his word and then they are sharing the U.S. intelligence about what his intent is there then now there is this growing concern that he won't stop at the nipro river that he will move into western Ukraine's potentially get close to the Polish border and that is what puts the chill down the spine of NATO leaders Margaret thank you so much Margaret Brennan leading fascination see it on the CBS television network here at Bloomberg radio 2 p.m. in New York Washington Bloomberg one O 6 one Boston newbury port quickly with our news in 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"newbury port" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
"He's facing charges As you said another newbury port councilman who is serving time for meeting a fifteen year old on the app. You know there was also not just meeting. I think having sex with rape raping a slate is just reported to on this. A catholic priest wasn't just nice on believe catholic priest but was the general secretary of the us bishop's conference and as you may know the us bishops conferences after president biden. Criticizing him for going to communion much more important issue for them to pursue than there. I just want to point out that according to the this new catholic news site called pillar this this particular priests that was a big deal in the bishop's conference which sets policy on things like lbj t q acceptance in the church which the church does not. They don't accept lgbtq people. He was visiting grinder in your daily basis. It's to see that story. Come out after our story came out was really surprising. I mean say. Nobody's accusing him of meeting minors. But definitely he resigned. After after this information came out that he was using grinder to meet people so yep we poetry some criticism because people are saying well. We're now we're going to mix up like we did during the catholic sex abuse thing. A gay man and and pedophilia are going after teenagers. Which are two different things totally. And that's why. When i wrote the story i mean i spoke to a lot of people. I was very careful about this like i. Don't you know there are some people who push back. Why are you focusing on grindr. When there's so many apps out there there's hundreds of places that are predators are seeking children of all kinds. But i spoke to several people. Who said listen. This is a..
"newbury port" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The Newbury port one stop gas station on Kent Street. Shortly after 8:15 A.m.. The suspect allegedly fled the scene to his home on Afghans in street in Newburyport. Some witnesses thought he may have been armed. He was arrested shortly after 11 a.m. today and taken to a hospital for evaluation. The incident remains under investigation will certainly keep you posted as we ushered in the new year, the nation heard from both the current and incoming presidential in ministry. Actions at the end of a very challenging and turbulent year. I'm Tom 14. There were different. New Year's message approaches from the incoming and outgoing presidents recorded for Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin Eve With Ryan Seacrest. President elect Biden was looking ahead. I'm more optimistic about America's chances and I've ever been, and I've been around this for a while. Back at the White House from Florida President Trump was looking backwards in a social media video of your and claims. I froze. Student loan payments stopped evictions suspended payroll taxes. We have slow Asked the unemployment rate from 14.7% all the way down to 6.7% Tom 40. CBS NEWS Washington The U. S has been setting records for covert 19 hospitalizations, and the number of people who need ICU care is up nationwide, almost 80% from just one month ago. Here's more from CBS is Jonathan. Vaguely, Adi, New Jersey's governor warns the next few weeks are going to be held. The state now has the highest covert death rate in the nation. And a dire warning from New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio. He says a full shutdown may be imminent. As cases there continue to spike. What is increasingly clear is that all forms restrictions have to be on the table. At this point, Dr Anthony Fauci, it's his life may not be fully normal again until late next year. The vaccine right now is not a substitute. For the normal standard public health measures of wearing a mask keeping your distance. Meanwhile, a new very end of covert 19 that was originally identified in Britain has now been found here in the U. S and a third patient with the latest case discovered in Florida. It's to 19 in California. Hospitals and morgues are overflowing because of Cove it as a moving a crisis care as a system is overwhelmed. Hospitals can no longer accept ambulances. Here's more from a B C's Alex Stone. He's in Los Angeles ambulances, her lined up outside of hospitals waiting to get in with not just covert patients, but everything else. Heart attacks car accident victims. There's nowhere to put the patients Kathy Chichester, head of L. A. County E. M S says the ambulances have become makeshift hospital rooms. Sometimes patients waiting seven or eight hours in an ambulance are sending staff out to treat the patients in the ambulances now because patients can't be offloaded, she says. L. A County is running out of ambulances. Alex Stone, ABC NEWS Los Angeles A bit of good news for workers who are paid a minimum wage. Here in Massachusetts, you're getting a pay raise. Today, The state's minimum wage goes up by 75 cents to 13 50 an hour that brings the annual pay of a minimum wage worker to a little more than $28,000 a year stay. Lawmakers on Beacon Hill will also be seeing bigger pay tracks this year. State lawmakers ring in the New year with a pay raise of more than $4000. The nearly 6.5% increase for the next two years brings the pay of a legislator to a little more than $70,000 a year. The Rays comes on the heels of a similar pay hike of almost 6% for the past two years and another increase of more than 4% for the two years before that. The razors Come is the state struggles to cope with the covert 19 pandemic that put a record number of bay Staters out of work in 2020? Many are still out of work their unemployment checks due to run out. Still others are losing their jobs each week. Governor Charlie Baker and Lieutenant Governor Karen Pelino were both do to get a pay raise authorized back in 2017, but both have said that they will not accept the added compensation. Mike Macklin. WBC Boston's news radio. Millions have voted early in Georgia in the two races that could determine which party controls a U. S. Senate. Here's more from a B C's limo. He's more than three million people have already cast ballots ahead of Georgia's Senate runoff races of those ballots. 920,000 were absentee by mail. More than two million were in person. Early votes. Thursday was the last day of in person advanced voting in the state and, according to Georgia votes more than 115,000. People who cast ballots early for the runoff did not vote at all. In the general election. Incumbent Republican senators Kelly left her and David Perdue face off against Democrats. Jon Ossoff's and Reverend Raphael Warnock Tuesday. Lionel Boys, ABC News. Let's.
Amesbury, Massachusetts stabbing victim has died, suspect arrested
"A a sixty sixty five five year year old old woman woman stopped stopped in Amesbury yesterday has died her husband also sixty five with job and is now recovering the DA's office says Amesbury police responded just after four o'clock yesterday afternoon to Chester street after a report came in of a stabbing here's more from WBZ TV's to Shani willow this neighbor says the couple moved to the neighborhood last summer ensure the two family home with a younger couple no word on if they're related some of the younger folks lived on the younger downstairs and that's when the police came and they kinda pointed towards the second floor and when I saw the folks come out the eighteen M. S. were brand folks on the second floor so twenty seven year old John Burton of Amesbury who was arrested yesterday is now charged with murder he's expected to be arraigned tomorrow morning in Newbury port District Court
Boston: 6 Explosions At Newburyport Company Caused By Chemical Reaction
"An investigation determines that a series of explosions in Massachusetts chemical manufacturing plant were caused by a chemical reaction state fire marshal and fire department officials say the explosions Thursday in Newbury port occurred during a sampling procedure project products from a larger that exact chemical was not disclosed but a spokesman describes it as a non toxic solid other company reopen Friday just one day after at least six explosions at the facility the mix chemicals used in medicine forcing workers to evacuate and blew a hole in the