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"nicholas cruises" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Permission to enter marjory stoneman high douglas school high for the purpose of conducting audio and video recordings of a movement that would parallel the killers movements david bril is an attorney representing families of parkland victims in a lawsuit against scott peterson the former sheriff's deputy they accused of failing to stop the gunman he was acquitted in a criminal trial michael piper is peterson's attorney mister bro being unsuccessful in that prosecution realizes now that he's got a hole in his case and so what he wants to do is essentially make a movie besides a reenactment focusing on shooter nicholas cruise reenactors playing peterson will will be recording his actions that day the judge wants this all done before the start of the school next month i met donahue chinese hackers have broken into the email accounts of twenty five major organizations including the state department and president biden's commerce secretary details from pamela fir microsoft says the intrusion started in may but have not revealed all the companies that were hit we do know however some of them were government agencies including the state department microsoft says the group behind the breaches storm old five five eight a spy agency based in that microsoft believes the hackers forged digital authentication tokens to access webmail accounts running on outlook it's unknown what information or data has been stolen but the company says the problem has has been fixed white house security council spokesman adam hodge says the intrusion affected unclassified systems but did not elaborate further i'm pamela fir it's eighteen after when we return on america in the morning interest rate hike weeks away and shoppers pulling back on non -essential items those privacy it testing policy in terms of conditions posted explained that u .s texting rules for occurring automated text marketing messages messages data rates may apply replace top top top hey guys you hear that that's the 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morning the dominos pizza chain startled wall street by announcing they've struck a deal with uber allowing customers to order dominos on the apps uber eats and postmates it was just last year that dominos ceo said they would not entertain such an idea specific financial details of the uber eats deal including how much of a fee uber is taking weren't disclosed but what is known is that dominos employees will still deliver the pizza orders rather than the uber eats drivers cnbc's jessica edinger is serving up thursday business wall street opens this morning after a third winning day for stocks this time investors cheered the lowest inflation 2021 from hotel rooms to plane tickets to used cars and groceries pressure on family budgets is really easing inflation came in at three percent some items in the government cpi report were still a little more expensive like car repairs and car insurance candy pet food and but soda prices fell five percent for used cars nearly eight percent for eggs and down nearly ten percent for tvs major appliances and bacon things are are getting better for families we saw food at home didn't increase at all last month and that's really important for everyday people that the price of their not food going is up university of michigan economist betsy stevenson on cnbc the fed is widely expected to raise interest rates at its next meeting in about two weeks or certainly making progress on inflation and at same the time the economy is holding up especially on the consumer side of things which is seventy percent of especially gdp when you look at housing auto and services and so that's good that's good news high towers stephanie link on cnbc apples out with a preview of its new iphone operating system i o s teen it's improved the autocorrect function and text messaging got a big revamp twitter reportedly a half a billion dollar lawsuit from employees it fired over severance pay they were promised when they left warner brothers discoveries hbo got the highest total emmy nominations for any at work with succession the last of us and the white lotus earning seventy four the awards will be handed out in september depending on whether the writers strike is still on telling details about some new numbers to be released we're going to get some new numbers from amazon now that the prime day sale is over and are there still sales going on at walmart target best buy and more but deloitte put out a forecast that investors bracing for a big disappointment with back to school season consumers are saying going they're to spend less back -to -school spending is set to decline for the first time and get this nine years as shoppers across across all income levels pull back on non -essential purchases by the way i've heard retail investors specifically warned they think it's going bad to be a back -to -school season deloitte thinks we can be down ten percent from back to school not good for retailers CNBC's kelly evans on today's watch list we get the latest on inflation at the wholesale level that's the PPI the producer price index we get earnings from Delta Airlines and PepsiCo and a lot of lottery ticket buying is expected today ahead of tomorrow's mega millions jackpot that was more than a half billion and then saturday night's powerball jackpot is nearing three quarters of a billion dollars all right the nbc's jessica edinger at twenty four past coming up on american morning blowers in the case of hunter biden when america in the morning the roar of our engines the pump of our heart the pedal to our metal the sparks that ignite us the pistons that push us the passions that drive us from the feelings that move us to the places that
"nicholas cruises" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A lingering question about whether the states and others challenging the the plan have legal standing to even get in the court no matter what ruling the is today the payment pauses lifted and borrowers must resume their monthly payments in october until the education department can process their debt relief applications that is if the court allows the program to continue in washington i'm amy morris bloomberg daybreak right amy thank you all today's rulings come after a decision yesterday that reversed the decades of precedent in college admissions in a sixty -three vote the justices ruled that race can no longer be considered in enrollment decisions and that drew a harsh response from item if a student has has overcome had to overcome adversity on their path to education college should recognize and value that our nation's colleges and universities should be engines of expanding opportunity to upper mobility but today too often that's not the case and the president and says the court is putting its legitimacy in doubt but he still opposes large -scale reforms like expanding court the or imposing term limits on justices adjust of the uh... decision karen is drawing sharp response from other democrats on capitol hill congresswoman robin kelly says universities should still push for diverse student bodies even after the ruling the promise of america is big enough for all of us to succeed and i just hope at will colleges continue their mission uh... bringing in a diverse student body legally of course not breaking any rules but it is so important for the and for society democrat robin kelly of illinois spoke with joe matthew on bloomberg sound on listen weekdays is one p m eastern on bloomberg radio or on demand wherever you get your podcast it's one of the note out of washington this morning nathan we're learning a man who took part in the january sixth attack on the capital has been rested in the neighborhood where former president barack obama lives reports say the man had weapons and explosive materials it was not known if obama and his family were home at the time let's turn to markets now karen this this is the final trading day of the first half of the year and it has been a good twenty twenty three for the bulls leading the gains the tech heavy nasdaq it has surged almost thirty percent this year shares of apple have helped fuel the rally now tech the giants on the cusp of becoming the first company with a market value of three trillion dollars still there his is caution in the air sonja masking his head of u .s. macro at bn y melon i think the risk is really it frankly inequities i think i'd be quite cautious about and very mindful of equity selection process here because higher term premium and high real rates are not necessarily equities friend bn y melon sonja masking notes the s &p five hundred is now posted gains for three straight quarters mobbing boost sentiment today nathan is the belief that the federal reserve is almost done raising rates even though fed chair j more hikes are on the way atlanta fed president rafael bostic disagrees and thinks the fed should us the median committee participant believes the fMC needs to do more to get inflation back to our our target and here i have to confess i do not fully share this view and speaking in ireland rafael bostic said he thinks the policy rate should hold steady because of signs that inflation is easing and the labor market is cooling members of the fed are gonna get more key data today karen ahead of next month's policy decision this morning get we p c e price data plus readings on household income and spending bloomberg's michael mckee has a preview americans likely continued to spend more in may but not a whole lot analysts are predicting a pullback as people ran down their pandemic savings and tired of buying stuff the question is will spending on services continue to surprise as as it did in the first quarter helping push gdp growth through march to two percent from one point four percent the fed in particular will also be focused on the may pce inflation numbers while core inflation is forecast to remain sticky headline inflation should drop below four percent for the first time since the pandemic michael mckee bloomberg daybreak all right michael thank you well economic data is also in focus in asia today china's economy decelerated in june as manufacturing activity contracted once again bloomberg daybreak asia anchor brian curtis has more from hong kong the official pmi was forty nine matching estimates but barely up from may the non -manufacturing gauge slipped to fifty three point two from fifty four point five the prior month while slightly disappointing at least it was firmly in expansion now the numbers jess the government will dole out more stimulus it's not that there hasn't been an effort to provide support but the question remains is it working new orders export orders engages on employment all below fifty in hong kong brand curtis bloomberg daybreak brand thanks back in the u .s. shares of nike are down nearly four percent the outlook for the full year failed to win over wall street sales top estimates but profit fell short headlines in sports next this is bloomberg and for that look at other stories making news in new york and around the world we are joined by bloomberg's michael bar good friday morning michael good morning nathan the verdicts are in on charges for the former florida sheriff's deputy who was first on the scene at the twenty eighteen parkland school shooting but took cover instead of taking action bloomberg's dan schwartzman reports former broward county deputy scott peterson has been acquitted on felony child neglect charges amongst other charges for failing to act during the parkland school massacre back in two thousand eighteen the left seventeen dead peterson at the time was a campus deputy at margery stoneman douglas high school was accused of failing to confront shooter nicholas cruise as he went on his rampage video shows peterson taking cover in the alcove of a neighboring building from the shooting with his gun drawn and not moving from that location for over forty minutes until well after other officers stormed the building and captured
"nicholas cruises" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"News. With a look at what's happening here in Hong Kong now, we've got the administration set to remove more COVID-19 restrictions as get to Ed Baxter in San Francisco Ed. Yeah, as of Thursday, rich, you're going to be able to go out and party and boogie down. Hong Kong, I know. Hong Kong plans to allow live performances and dancing to take place indoors. It also is a considering increasing the limit of the number of people allowed to gather in public, theme parks will also be allowed to let visitors eat outdoors, although people dancing will be required to wear masks. Police in Beijing are patrolling a bridge in a busy intersection of the northwestern part of the city. This after photos and videos showed on social media very rare protest against Xi Jinping and his policies have lockdowns and mass testing for COVID. It comes just days before the party Congress. January 6th committee's theme today as that Donald Trump began the plan to stay in office as early as July, no matter what the vote showed in November, it played newly obtained witness testimony showing the planning, and then the refusal to help remove armed insurrection it's from the capital. Co chair Liz Cheney says, what is left now is? We must seek the testimony under oath of January 6th, central player. Donald Trump, the committee voting unanimous leader subpoena him and Bloomberg 70 Wilkins says the committee really is looking at a case up the road. It's really teeing up the work, the final conclusion for the January 6th committee, as well as the work for it, the Department of Justice, which is also putting an investigation into the events around the January 6th insurrection. Yeah, meanwhile, the Supreme Court has refused to get involved in Trump's request to return, seized documents from Mar-a-Lago. It has also refused to reinstate a special master, a major victory for the Department of Justice. It came down as one sentence as a one sentence order without any explanation or any noted dissent, very interesting. And some very tense moments that the inner Korean border today, South Korea launching fighters after it says North Korean jets flew close and all of this after South Korea and Japan Kim Jong-un fired two ballistic missiles which landed in the sea. Russian missiles continue to fall on Ukraine as many as 40 cities have been hit and energy secretary mister Herman hola shanko says almost a third of the nation's energy infrastructure has been damaged now. So it's something around 70% of all energy infrastructure. Hello shanko says their aim is to make living in Ukraine unbearable over the winter, and the jury and the Nicholas cruise trial the shooting at Parkland high school has spared him from the death penalty, giving him life instead, doctor elin alda lost a 14 year old son that day. I'm disgusted. With our legal system. I'm disgusted with those jurors. I'm disgusted with the system. He says no justice. In San Francisco, I'm at Baxter. This is Bloomberg, Brian. All right, thanks, Ed. Let's get to sports 38 minutes past the hour. But Dan schwarzman here said Dan Manchester United struggling yet again. Yeah, they just have not looked good, Brian. They've been up and down all season long. They needed a
"nicholas cruises" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Right now, let's get world and national news. We do that in Washington, D.C. with Amy Mars. All right, thank you, Paul. Tomorrow was another big primary day in Florida, Republican turned Democrat former governor Charlie Crist, trying to get his old job back, slamming his Republican rival Ron DeSantis during an interview with ABC. We've got a governor unfortunately that's been putting people down. LGBTQ women and their right to choose. African Americans, their right to vote. We are advocating a Florida for all. You know, everybody counts. We're all children a guy. Meanwhile, desantis was on the campaign trail in Florida where the fight over parental rights and education is growing heated. Our view here in Florida is that the purpose of our schools is to educate kids, not to indoctrinate kids. Does that was into oral Florida where he was supporting school board candidates to back his education agenda. President Biden has spoken with European leaders looking to revive a nuclear deal with Iran, the U.S. is considering a response to Tehran's position on the latest proposal over the weekend axios reported the U.S. wants to calm fears in Israel about a possible deal and the U.S. has said it agrees with Israel that Iran can never acquire a nuclear weapon. The U.S. and South Korea have begun their biggest joint military exercise at about 5 years after taking a break on large scale drills, failed to lead North Korea's Kim Jong-un to make concessions and disarmament talks. This exercise will involve thousands of troops and will simulate a response to an invasion from North Korea. And the sentencing trial for Florida, school shooter Nicholas cruises today, cruise murdered 14 students and three staff members in 2018 at marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in Parkland, Florida. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Amy Morris. This is Bloomberg. The balance Bridgestone tires just rolled into Midas. And if you roll in, we've got an exclusive
"nicholas cruises" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"Team. This country is going to hell. i'm ready. that has just ten violations. So far under new york city's vaccine mandate for businesses. This city has doled out just ten violations. Big apple businesses since the start of the mandate requiring them to check customers for proof of vaccination city workers have conducted more than twenty five thousand inspections simpson. Forcement of the key to the nyc program. The office stated sunday. Under fifty eight hundred warnings were administered for issues relating to the vaccine mandate including failure to post a written policy on premises. The second time of businesses caught it receives a violation with a thousand dollar fine. A third and fraction brings a two thousand dollar fine and any further violations. Cost five thousand dollars each. The mayor's office declined to name the businesses that receive violations noting. They're allowed to appeal them. Well again. businesses business that's good and businesses business And ask a really low rate which means that a lot of these been ninety percent of them obviously up applying to to this whole situation with cove in new york city and they want to keep the business open. I mean whether people come into the businesses a different situation but hopefully these i five. You'll do the right thing to let people. You have the card or vaccine. Whatever whatever they want you to do is procedurally. Just do it. You don't want all these fines and you just just make it happen. And then the for the people who you know the vacs. Hopefully one day they might Resend all of this at some point. Like i i hope and pray that one day they have to. If kobe goes away you be sending us let folks going out employees. You know me. I'm provex. But i didn't like all this whole you know vaccination card hoping sephora segregation but i understand the quality of health. I get it but Those ten percent of businesses. You know you don't get fined again. You know this fall in line with the rest of them released their name. I don't do that. Don't believe stay names that's not right. That's not right that's not no we don't need the no because they gonna run over there then they can get find again. Don't don't don't do that just because this is going to be a hot mess. People don't know what i'm saying. They're gonna wait when they come in. And you know it was just too much you want. The businesses to thrive so businesses stop. Stop doing shut down. And then kobe is going to be over there. Going to be out of business. And what was it worth letting four or five people in to get fine you know you. And i applaud ninety percent of businesses. That well the first infraction is a thousand dollars thousands. A lotta money for business like if it was mcdonald's they don't care you see mcdonalds. They comply with small business. A thousand dollars. That's like your friday afternoon. Food rush. what else does it. Yeah it's say. V i mean. I have another story real quick sports. A judge skulls the fans for allowing visibly upset nicholas cruise to obtain colored pencils and drawing materials in court which was a little weird. I've this is regarding nicholas. Crews he was the boy that did the parkland school shooting in florida The opportunity a florida judge on wednesday school defense attorneys for allowing Accused shooter nicholas. Cruise the opportunity to use colored pencils during jury selection during jury selection in a trial related to a separate jail brawl cruises accused of attacking a guard while he was behind bars in two thousand eighteen. That case is proceeding apart from a pro prosecution involving the murders of the seventeen others at the marjory stoneman. Douglas high school valentine's day in two thousand eighteen a prosecutor told judge elizabeth scherer that she just observed that coloring pencils and a page from what appears to be a coloring book. At the defense table the prosecutor alleged the material was just brought in for the defendant. They said we're objecting to that your honor because we believe that it is something that they are doing so the jury perceives that he's a child and has you know has some kind of men that he's mentality is some kind of challenge. We think that's inappropriate and we object to a coloring book page and coloring pencils being given just provided for the defendant to us Prosecutors just said that cruise was writing down the names of jurors and was very oriented to the proceedings. But that but that they weren't for some bad so crews defense attorneys if he brought materials into the courtroom. He said that he did not The judge then said that he had to use the court appointed materials and actually A of said that the judd. I'm that the jail is going to provide him utensils to us. And i think they gave him like a rubber panir or something like that and this is his trial for doing what. This is a trial for. I guess i'd jail fight that he's gotten into since he's been in jail. Why are they doing this with this while the who before you do sports wild dogs. Maybe while dog without dog. Maybe that's just let them eat them up off way. Got johann giveaway away while dog right. Ty fury earned knockout win over dante. While an instant classic Leo heavyweight champion tyson. Sanford you're not thou dante wilder in the eleventh round of an electric about saturday night in las vegas put it in into trilogy of thrilling fights and And empathic fashion. After fighting to a draw in there i bow and fury scoring a seventh round. Tko in their second bout the third fight food to be arguably the most dramatic with two fighters lasting cameras. I why the dow in the third round didn't fury suffered the same fate in the following around hitting the deck twice to champions. Continue to swing for the fences throughout the remainder of the fight with each stunning. The other on several occasions in an attempt brown's ferry was able to secure second knocked out of the fight. One round later he finished a the finish off flattening wilder in the eleventh round after the fight we celebrated with typical gypsy fashion gypsy king fashion with the song Also gave respect to wilder despite being stopped by fury for the second time while indeed earn the respect of the sports world for his tremendous performance. As did fury. You can check out the fight on twitter if you guys like some. We talked him for grouping none of what the jets loss focus one. Twenty seven to twenty redone..
More Details Emerging About Alleged Attack By Confessed Parkland Shooter On Jail Guard
"Thirty three Nicholas cruises lawyers say the Broward county sheriff's office could have prevented a fight between her client NHL card I confessed parkland school shooter fought with sergeant Raymond Beltran almost a year ago at the main jail newly released record show cruises public defender claim she warned the sheriff's office about having that that unsupervised cruise because of ongoing friction between the two of them the jail director reportedly replied that inmates don't get to choose who supervises them and he added the situation could have been avoided if Cruz chose not to attack the jail
FBI officials recommend former
"Kudlow accepts firing mccabe i'm michael toscano economist and tv commentator lawrence kudlow says he's an accepted an offer from president trump to become chief white house economic adviser jeff zeleny has a bit of information about his relationship with the president he's not always been on the same page but he's always been on the president's side he was a key advisor during the presidential campaign when many republicans and conservatives were sort of keeping arm's length kudlow is known as a free trader in opposition to some of trump's protectionist trade policies gary cohen who left the job did so because he doesn't approve of trump's tariffs on imported steel and aluminum you can't retire you're fired laura jarrett reports that's what former fbi director deputy director andrew mccabe may be about to hear days before his formal retirement terminal leave since january when he somewhat abruptly stepped down and he was set to retire this sunday but if he is fiber before he would lose his pension that's the recommendation of an internal investigation into a two thousand sixteen decision mccabe made it allowed fbi officials to speak to reporters about an investigation into the clinton foundation the united nations security council going into emergency session right now to consider action against russia for the poisoning of a former spy on british soil with nerve gas prime minister theresa may has won the backing of france germany the us and other countries as she seeks consequences for russia for the attack that not only left sergei scruple and his daughter in critical condition it also left dozens of civilians and sells berry in need of treatment the russian state was culpable for the attempted murder mr and his daughter the uk is kicking out twentythree russian diplomats in response to the attack steve kastenbaum new york students across the nation walked out of class today to push for stronger gun control laws exactly one month after the massacre at a high school in florida as that was happening the accused shooter was being arraigned on murder charges nicholas cruises lawyer says he'll plead guilty if the death penalty is waived i'm michael toscano from your breaking news station i'm pat allen size of the student walkouts in albuquerque today very quite a bit monica armenta with aps tells us eldorado high school probably had the largest number of students participating she says the.
London, Florida and Michael Hancock discussed on Mandy Connell
"Five seventy madeleine these guys are real estate elevated climate change i guess i haven't made up my mind yet but i do know you can never be sure what our weather's gonna be from one day to the next know what to expect with colorado's news traffic and weather station iheartradio station we newsradio time is one thirty good afternoon i'm susan witkin secretary of state rex tillerson's talking about his firing tillerson says he's focused on an orderly and smooth transition in this tap deputy secretary of state john sullivan to lead the state department until a new secretary is confirmed by the senate the president is nominating cia director mike pompeo as secretary of state tillerson last day will be march thirty first the president has picked gina house bowl to replace pompeo at the cia she's the first woman chosen to run the spy agency and currently serves as the deputy director of the cia governor hickenlooper says he is reluctant to talk about sexual harassment issues involving state senator randy baumgartner and denver mayor michael hancock everybody wants everybody to a pine on everything john always constructive asked about the denver mayor today the governor says what happens next is up to city council and is the baumgartner case the governor says he's found that anytime he tells lawmakers what to do it doesn't go very well british police now investigating the death of another russian exile in london nikolai glushkov was found dead in his home in south london he was a close associated of leading critic of ladimir putin in florida prosecutors say they are seeking the death penalty for nicholas cruise the student charge and the parkland school massacre cruises attorney called the announcement unexpected saying cruise was ready to plead guilty in exchange for a life sentence the dow down one hundred seventy one points right now the s and p five hundred losing eighteen the nasdaq off seventy nine our next news updates at two o'clock i'm susan witkin koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm traffic and weather together now here's rick morgan.
Trump has signed the tariffs on steel and aluminium
"Seven sixty wjr news dick hafner south korea's foreign minister says that her government is consulting with the us on the planned summit between president trump and the north korean leader kim jong own correspondent will ripley has more from seoul south korea i think trump expressing optimism about the possibility of denuclearization but stressing economic sanctions will remain until an agreement is reached south korea's president calling the meeting almost miraculous but others expressing skepticism noting north korea has made these types of promises repeatedly accused by the us of cheating on previous deals in beijing reporter matt rivers where officials have a lot of clout on what north korea given that we were just hearing from senior administration officials earlier this week the negotiations between both sides were a long way away only to see within a matter of hours of the south korean delegation getting to washington dc that all of that changed and now the top negotiator on the north korean side and the top negotiator on the united states i could actually be sitting down within the next two to three months beijing must be looking at that like the rest of us than thinking that is absolutely remarkable and completely unexpected at least in the short timeframe president trump has signed the tariffs on steel and aluminum correspondent karen kay forces republican lawmakers continued to express their doubts about whether this is a good idea congressional republicans including house speaker paul ryan have warned of broader economic consequences some urge more targeted tariffs rather than risk a global trade war canada mexico are given a pass on tariffs for the time being the school shooting and parkland florida lasted six minutes and some of the nine one one calls from that fatal day of been released shortly after to twenty two pm on february fourteenth the nine one one call started coming in 911 what is your american well um a theme online invites the shooter wall the girl was saying she hears things in the whole way right now invested in the 1200 building she's hearing um noises correct the arraignment for suitor nicholas cruises march 14th that's one month after the fatal incident i'm john lawrence reporting wjr news time six thirty two some 1200 people showed up for an active shooter training seminar in troy last night led by troy police f other people or survivors are victims that were in.