35 Burst results for "Nine Hundred Thousand Dollars"

Ex-cop-turned-lawyer admits cheating 9/11 worker of $900,000

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Ex-cop-turned-lawyer admits cheating 9/11 worker of $900,000

"A former New York City policeman turned lawyers pleaded guilty to cheating the U. S. government and a fellow police officer by withholding nine eleven compensation funds Gustavo Vela was a police lieutenant and then became a lawyer helping a friend to receive compensation money because John Ferreira had contracted cancer after working at the nine eleven World Trade Center site but villa pocketed nine hundred thousand dollars of Ferreira's one million dollar reward from the nine eleven victim compensation fund Phillip pay this taxes and gave money to relatives lying to Ferreira about what he was due Vela said as he did it and says there's no excuse under a plea deal he faces jail time and has already been disbarred I'm Jackie Quinn

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The iPad Air has a radical new design. But is it worth the hefty new price tag?

The 3:59

06:17 min | 3 months ago

The iPad Air has a radical new design. But is it worth the hefty new price tag?

"You spent the last few days with the IPAD air. What do you think of this six hundred dollars? While at I thought is this is my favorite ipad of the lineup but that's because I like when something is a good value versus the top features and I feel like this kind of strikes that it reminds me of when the iphone ten are first came out. You know it was like the one that you like, Oh, it's stifled ten, but at a lower price. That being said, I'm very conscious of the fact that like in the past, the pro used used to have a few features that you really couldn't get another ads like pencil support or some keyboard stuff. That's no longer the case. So value I, keep looking back at the eighth Gen IPAD and what it brings to the table and while the IPAD air has USB. Fast looks just like an IPAD pro The IPAD Eighth Jen is basically the twenty nine IPAD air for less. Got It. Got It. So it's still the more basic, the older looking IPAD for you. Still the better bet I think. So now long-term better bet is relative because I also any get into this in the review of Apple's transitioning I, mean the MAC chips are going to be a in their in house stuff does that mean we're going to see mutation with Max and where even ipads go I don't know but in the year now the IPAD air is the at least built to the future with USB see But I think that the you know and also the newer accessories. But, the entry level IPAD. He could still get that pencil. You can still get a keyboard. And so I felt like it was fine. It's it's more ugly. It's not. It's not as great and an ipad in in overall feel but it's totally functional. It just the IPAD air is just nicer. eight using the word Nice but it is. It's a very slick. Beautiful little product well, dig a little deeper with that in terms of the highlights if if I am looking IPAD air like what are some of the features worth noting for this device, right? So the first thing you should know is what are using an IPAD for The IPADS are tween devices. Still they are doing a lot of stuff you could do on a laptop, but they still don't get all the way there. So there's frustrations if you're driving this as your main computer here, going GonNa find things for file storage multitasking, drive you crazy but the track pet support, which is available on all the IPADS. Now, all the recent ipads I love that, and it allows me to edit and work on an ipad a lot better so. That goes back to what you're saying on the IPAD air if you're using it because you wanna get something like the magic keyboard, which is three hundred dollars super expensive but the keyboard is really nice. Sure. That's a really nice package. It feels like a laptop and it also costs like a lap like an expensive laptop. It's like nine hundred, thousand dollars more. That, you're paying. So I I think. I think USB see is a huge advantage for dangles chargers in general compatibility I. Just think it's easier to shop for stuff with a really eight lightning. That still exists on modern apple products because I I think it's a hindrance. So I like that a lot and I think the display looks fantastic. It's good enough for multitasking and for other things, and that's kind of what you're using an IPAD for. It's like. Running to absent once writing a bit on it, watching videos on it. What else are you doing? Got The you made the note that this looks like an ipad pro. Essentially, what are the differences when you're weighing the decision between getting a step by pro verses? This what are you not getting this or what? What are the differences because they look almost same? They do and the use the same accessories. So which is also nice because apple's ipads don't always do that. Sometimes they subtly shifting body design. So you could use an eleven in Tripod Bro Accessory from twenty eighteen and it would still work like the keyboard cases and things. But I I think that the differences that's weird. You pay more for an IPAD pro but it's a device that came out back in March and has advantages, but also as a few drawbacks. So the advantages are. It has faster screen refresh rate the promotion, which is. Up to one twenty Erz which is nice and smooth, I mean the pro ipads are the only apple devices to have that. The, the iphones don't have that in the other ipads don't have that the display on the ipad pro is technically a tiny bit brighter but I didn't really notice it the IPAD pro as the lighter. De Scanning. which is really that's a niche thing but it is interesting if you are thinking about things like. mapping out a room and turning into a cad model or three D. Creation. You want to get involved in some of those tools at the iphone twelve pro as you could get it on the IPAD grow be can't get it on here. Cameras, are a little bit different at doesn't have face I D which I do face ID more on an IPAD iphone I feel like it logs in a little more smoothly. The touch ID side button is fine. data throughput his technically a little different it's it's it's a little bit slower on USB. See Five gigabits per second verses ten gigabits per second. There's quad speakers versus dualistic a lot of little things. But the dual speakers on the IPAD air are fine. So Those are the differences and you can tell it's like getting pretty fine. Fine hair-splitting. Microphones are better on the IPAD pro if you who's going to record using the built in microphones on an IPAD pro if you're a pro person, you know that's a weird subset. So that's like the long answer what you're saying basically, I don't miss the IPAD pro and the ipad pros performance it's faster and multitasking, but it's slower single tasking. which is also weird. So. You'd expect in a fourteen Z on the IPAD pro and rumors of many led. There's no lead I pad yet. But the that could come next year

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Swarm finally gets full regulatory approval to launch its satellites

Geek News Central

00:54 sec | 10 months ago

Swarm finally gets full regulatory approval to launch its satellites

"Sworn remember about swarm swarm is finally got full regulatory approval to launch satellites even though it had launch some already without necessary approvals so sworn violated. Fcc Rules of course to pay nine hundred thousand dollar penalty. The company appears ready. Move on and received regulatory approval. Operate commercially in. Us In in and in several other countries over international waters where step closer providing affordable satellite activity the world so in two thousand seventeen the AFC denied application launches satellite saying they could pose a safety hazard swore went ahead and launched sport. Cubesats without tearing necessary approvals. They weren't happy about that. So ultimately storm hopes to play in satellite data. Work that can be used for Iot. Applications swarm now has gone station. Us UK Antarctica New Zealand and the stores and exp expect to have brown thirty more ground stations. So we'll see what happens with them.

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Creating My Mastermind

Launch Life with Jeff Walker

04:02 min | 11 months ago

Creating My Mastermind

"Just wrapped up a meeting with my mastermind might plus masterminding. We're now ten years and this is our twenty eighth meeting over half the people that join ten years ago are still in the mastermind and it's unprecedented in the industry. There's no other mastermind that has the longevity and people sticking around for so long a lot of times people wonder how this has happened and I think really is because it was very self serving that I ended up creating the mastermind that I was really looking for and try to create the perfect mastermind from me and we ended up with this this incredible thing but what I love about. It is the growth that we have all gone through like we have one person that joined the mastermind and he when he joined his business was about one hundred thousand dollars and now I think it's close to twenty million dollars and to get in you have to have a multimillion dollar business just because that's the way the the growth has gone in this and and the spots aren't available because almost no one ever leaves and Anna. Not So. This isn't a marketing pitch. But it's about the growth. You can have in a mastermind in a lot of look for instance. One isn't just the growth of the members of the growth for me and this mastermind. We hit a theme of comedy throughout the whole thing and it built into and one of the nights a number of the members actually did a stand up routine in front of the whole group plus all the guests maybe fifty or sixty people. Now it's probably seventy or eighty people they are doing this routine in front including me. I got to do Seven minute comedy. Stand up comedy routine and I'll tell you what I I've been on a lot of stages and I don't tend to get nervous but this push my limits the day before I was practicing and literally my legs were shaking. It's just like I was so nervous so pushed by boundaries if pushed me to grow and I know that's GonNa end up showing up in all kinds of other areas of my life. So they just like you know when. I started this group ten years ago. I didn't foresee myself doing a standup being pushed into doing a stand up routine and this group and it's just an example of how you can grow so. I'm not saying have a mastermind group getting a mesh bankruptcy to stand up getting a mastermind group. So that you can grow your business your life that you'd be around people that push you and raise you up there that are therefore you when things are going great or when things are not going right. I mean one of my lines in stand up routine was like this is a group where you can. You can have a goal of a million dollars and if you only do nine hundred thousand dollars then we'll end up doing group therapy for him. You see the only people that can understand you that you could do nine hundred dollars hundred launch and be disappointed so I the last couple of weeks I haven't picking a noisiest environments film is ridiculous but this is thing is a lot of people ask like how do you get in a mastermind. There are lots of masterminds out their minds not the only one. So mine's pretty much not available but there's other ones that are available and also like you're in a situation where you have an audience where you have a tribe. Consider starting your own mastermind. It can be a nice business model but it can also be way beyond the business model and this group has become. It's become a second family for me. Become a second family for each other in in this business the power of having those people that you can count on in your corner either lift you up or to push. You is just absolutely immeasurable a few years ago. I did a little pole of everyone. Who's in the group and who had been in a group for? Since the beginning average business growth was seventeen times that was. I think probably two or three years ago. It's much higher you just you cannot. You cannot imagine the power of mashed remind you get in the right mastermind and what I would suggest is. If you can't find the right. Mastermind create your own

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Proposed federal law seeks to limit skyrocketing salaries of college coaches

The Paul Finebaum Show

10:06 min | 1 year ago

Proposed federal law seeks to limit skyrocketing salaries of college coaches

"Well anyway. I I call one of your stories. He's just week. We're talking about salaries and congress trying to put a cap on things and you. Did I think a an amazing. I don't know how you doug all this up. A deep dive live into the evolution of coaching salaries. Take us through that process. Yeah I one of the one of the most interesting thing about college. Football is how in twenty twenty I guess in our in our myopic nature point twenty we think that we all have these like little arguments novel discussion Russia. We've been doing this thing for one hundred fifty years at this point in time there are quite a bit of things that just are not new and some of that is complaining about too many bowl games but another one of those things is talking about how coaching salaries are way too high. I mean it's it's it has quite literally almost almost always been like this. I mean Amos Alonzo Stagg at Chicago making six thousand dollars in eighteen eighteen ninety two now I went back and use the consumer price report and price some of these salaries out in you know twenty eighteen at the time buying power. And you know. That's six thousand dollars. Amazon does stag was making then was worth like a hundred and sixty thousand dollars back in eighteen. Ninety two there has always been this separation between what highly paid college. Football coaches made Versus what the Common Man Colombian mix. You know I'll I'll bring it to your audience and hit them home like bear Bryant when he's doing. Brian show that that famous Sunday highlight show That that became formative so formative for a lot of Alabama fans. He wasn't doing that just out of the good report he was because he was getting paid there Bryan getting in pay. That's why I thought he. I thought you said he was a benevolent. So I believe you remember this because you weren't born but he also had to Eat the potato chips and drink cocoa which by the way had bourbon in it. Yes absolutely I mean like bear. Bryant was Bear Bryant was cheering the back right now. Yeah so I find it amazing we we. We had a professor on earlier who who was very much a part of the Donna? Shalala Team Wanting to limit coaching Ching salaries so When did they make the big turn? When did they start going? I mean as as some of the critics say out of control to me. It really doesn't matter what any of these guys make but TAKE A. When was the big turn? I think they really and truly exploded in the nineteen eighties because in the nineteen eighties. That's when that Supreme Court hate happened with like Georgia Oklahoma and you know they got. TV rights You know they divorced the TV rights from the NCAA and schools colleges then became able to go. She ate television rights As entertaining defended themselves. Obviously than we get into the CFO era and BCS. And what we have now where the SEC. Disperse what was it. Six hundred and fifty some odd the million dollars yesterday give or take a few million yeah To all fourteen member schools. I mean look. The bedrock of this cannot be overstated. The bedrock bedrock of this is this when you as an Athletic Department at Florida Alabama at Lsu is Florida state when you do not have to pay your labor force when you do not have to compensate you or athletes. That money has to go somewhere now. That money goes to beyond coaching salaries. I mean that's the facilities race that is everything. Everything that makes these college will programs at opulent as they can be obviously a really really big part of the PIE now. Is Coaching salaries. Now Coaching coaching salaries the early eighties. That's stuff starts to get reported. That's my really really starts coming into Coming into the sport in a way that it had really really before that By the time you get through the mid nineties Florida's paying Steve Spurrier the one of the first billion dollar contracts so that he doesn't jump to the NFL at that time honestly the NFL itself explodes. You've got that competition. So it's it's the competition that that spurs in any industry the street Salaries and money and will lose those things but the early eighties. I think is where we can really pinpoint when college athletics kind of started growing up from a from a fiscal standpoint talking to Richard Johnson from a better society in now we all know what is going on. I'm interested where were you. Were you sit on this. Because the the so called Donna. Shalala proposal We heard Professor Ridpath on this would would curtail a lot of things I find find. It somewhat amusing chancellors and presidents at Private Schools More so than public schools making. I'm five six million dollars a year We have an offensive and defensive coordinator is making major seven figure salaries I know is a highly paid journalists. Where we're we're are you on what Shola is is attempting to to do at least down one lane in Congress right. I think you have a good point. the the facilities boom and the salary boom of coaches collect directors and the things that we coach Sports Mirror. That of what we see on the institutional side at a lot of these verses and I think that is one thing thing that really gets lost you know like you said like g Foreign President of like West Virginia. Like these guys make guys and girls make six figures seven figures. There is a lot of money in higher education in the United States at the highest levels. college athletics is it is not an outlander But like studies have shown time and time again going back thirty forty fifty years that when your football all team is good when your basketball team is good It becomes you know they always say that is the front porch of the university. Admissions skyrocket when athletics. Do well and that is. Why a lot of these University of course than anything else I think? Put Up with and we'll pay out the nose for Nick Sabin or Jim Harbaugh or a Davos. We or whatever I think the dirty secret is is the weight from Ro a lot of these endowments in some of these very popular. Schools would shrink a lot more than people wanNA realize. No I mean just look around. I mean boone pickens. She died recently. I mean the the amount of money that he put into Oklahoma state and I don't I don't mean to disparage Oklahoma state in stillwater Oklahoma. Oh my been there. And if you haven't Richard Make sure that you put that on your bucket list. Wouldn't it wouldn't have had that type of money And and a lot of these Jerry Jones. He's given to the University of Arkansas. You can go down the list And I mean and it's because of one thing we're trying to win in in in college football or basketball depending on on on where you live and what part of the country you're in. Yeah absolutely I saw a stew. MANDL's works in the for pretty athletic. He He has a college pat column and somebody asked him Ten million dollars. What would you do with it to build a staff? And I look the question and I was like look man if you WANNA compete with Alabama Lsu Clemson Oklahoma Ohio state. You need more your salary. You Pool has to be bigger than ten million dollars. I mean on on its face. You'RE GONNA have to pay a coach at that level. Five five and a half six six billion dollars. You'RE GONNA have to pay your coordinators eight hundred nine hundred thousand dollars because Dave Aranda was was pulling such a salaried Lsu a few atmosphere necessarily because he was such town defensive coordinator which he is but it was because one opinions coordinator so that the only job job they'll leave for is a G. Five or or power five kids coaching job. It's got bulletproof coordinators. I WANNA lose them. I don't want to take collateral. If they leave me they gotta take step up so okay. You're paying both your coordinators Like one point eight billion dollars between the two. That's like eight million dollars. Just gone to the head coach in coordinators. Now you're in another like five million dollars higher director staff your eight assistant coaches which is all right. That's your ten assistant coaches You want to compete with Georgia Alabama. All right we'll have a party because you have to fill out the rest of those staffs with analysts. We assist tense You know you gotTa have a staff of three saw guys kind of the shadow. Coaching staff that that Alabama kind of those famous or infamous. No matter how how are depending on which by the fence you went on but You know it takes money to keep up with the Joneses and it takes a lot of line really want we national championship. Always great to have you on Richard other than chicken. What's the what's the second most favorite food that you'll be serving the super bowl party Sunday lady a friend is bringing some guacamole? She'll be homemade guacamole. I'm not a big block fan but you know you know how this you gotta try say like it. So that'll that'll it'll be my My side dish. I cannot wait I if I'm in the neighborhood I'll just drop Bil- bring some bring bring a some some fruit cake leftover from Christmas. I couldn't give away Gringa fruitcake. Brings some cold ones man. I'll have seat for you right on the couch next to meatball. Thank you great. Great to talk to you again come back soon. Have you

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Why unlocking the Pensacola shooter's iPhones would unleash a privacy nightmare for iPhone owners

Tennessee Matters

06:15 min | 1 year ago

Why unlocking the Pensacola shooter's iPhones would unleash a privacy nightmare for iPhone owners

"An interesting story that started at the beginning of the week the fight for privacy is under way again between apple and the FBI after December six shooting at a naval base in Pensacola Florida was deemed an act of terrorism Attorney General bill Barr said that apple wasn't doing enough to help unlock the shooters two phones apple maintains that breaking encryption on one phone could endanger the privacy of all iPhone users so they refused to help although they did release a lot of other data to the FBI for more on this story we spoke to Rosie perper global reporter for business insider so the case from San Bernardino at that happened in twenty fifteen so essentially what happened was apple created an update to its iOS software and basically there were certain data on the phone that was no longer able to be accessed by law enforcement and so you need a passcode in order to get certain things like text messages and photos that's obviously of importance to law enforcement when they're dealing with a shooting case or a terrorism case and so after St Bernard you know they were able to get a hold of the shooters iPhone but unfortunately they couldn't access the data that they were looking for because it was under passcode encryption so at first they tried to crack it themselves but the NSA wasn't able to and so they went directly to apple ask them for help but apple said that creating any sort of hacking software would essentially put the privacy and security of all of its customers at risk because once you have that software available what is that software is used for in the future could potentially put more of their customers at risk an apple really valued his privacy and user privacy of its customers so it kind of refused to do that for the FBI which kind of set this whole feud between the FBI and apple in motion yeah and at the time the FBI sued apple but while all that was happening the FBI was able to contract with a third party to unlock the iPhone there I think it later on senator Dianne Feinstein from California said that the government paid nine hundred thousand dollars to this third party to be able to unlock that phone and then they ended up dropping the lawsuit against apple so it's kind of like a stalemate the FBI got what they wanted so they don't have to proceed with this lawsuit so now we're kind of added again the Attorney General William Barr accuse apple of not really doing enough to help and there's two phones in question here now that they are trying to open up and again the same argument for apple they said we can't do this because if we create a back door this leaves it open to any bad actor to do this to other iPhones obviously in the years since December Dino shooting apple's been able to progress IT security software even further so apple basically said that it's providing the FBI with as much information as they can but there's just still certain information that says if it provides to the FBI that would set a precedent and I think apple standing really firm on this issue I think whether there's some earnestly behind it or whether or not it's apple trying to save face they're really standing firm about not compromising the security of its users so what's gonna happen is unclear at this point apple is in a really complicated spot right now because it's not just apple fighting against the department of justice over something like this they have to contend with a bunch of foreign governments I think Australia passed a law saying they can compel tech companies to undermine their data security India has something the U. K. has something so if apple does this for the department of justice for the FBI then they have to kind of do it for all these other countries or what's worse for a big company like apple that I don't think they want they would have to stop operating in these countries so it's just a really complicated spot and as you mentioned the privacy of their customers is really high on their list it just seems like they can't do this that's kind of the argument that a lot of these rights groups have mentioned in and now with the Pensacola shooting case the American civil liberties union they defended apple and they basically said that if apple was to create this sort of back door software other governments other authoritarian governments might be able to access similar software and what they would use that software for that would be of concern in the future so that's something that they're really defending is this idea that if this software is created at all who gets a hold it and what it's used for in the future it's just basically a slippery slope in apple hasn't closed off the F. B. I. completely they say they won't create this back door for the access to the I. phones but they are giving them a bunch of other stuff I you know I cloud data and some other stuff too right there is certain data that is if you've got your I. cloud set up to your iPhone it can get automatically updated and I can get a stored in the iCloud but that information according to the FBI just isn't enough and what they have there certain gaps of information that they don't have and so they really want to see who the Pensacola shooter was working with and whether he had ties to any sort of major terrorist groups that sort of information is hard to discern from just the information that they have but at the same time apple is cooperating an apple things that it's doing its part so we're back at clash between apple and the FBI in terms of getting access to the data that the FBI thinks it needs and there's a couple of other little complications I think in this case in the Pensacola case the shooter either shot one of the phones or try to damage the phones so there's a question of like you know why can't the FBI just go through another third party and they can create something to get into the phone but a lot of people suspect maybe there was too much physical damage on the phones and maybe that's why they need apples help on this so there's still a lot of questions in play and there's no actual lawsuit or anything happening this time just yet right no not at the moment the FBI is preparing for what it's going to do in the future but at this point they're looking at the same kind of scenario that they were put in back in twenty fifteen to twenty sixteen so it's unclear exactly what's gonna happen in the future no trumps last at apple recently and what's going to happen next I guess we'll kind of mirror what happened in December nineteen okay yes so we'll see Rosie perper global reporter business insider thank you very much for joining us thanks so much for having

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CBS fall schedule: Here's how the network is moving on after 'Big Bang Theory,' Les Moonves

The KFBK Morning News

01:29 min | 1 year ago

CBS fall schedule: Here's how the network is moving on after 'Big Bang Theory,' Les Moonves

"About the big bang theory. And the wrapping up the show, and he promised to do some research on how much money obscene amounts of money, these actors in Hollywood are making well, and it was kind of interesting to read because they the main stars of the big bang theory were all making a million dollars episode, but they all took a pay cut. So that Melissa row and may Bialik both got a big raises because they were earning far less than that. Now, they both make a half million dollars per episode. The main stars that looks like they're making about nine hundred thousand dollars per episode. All right. So. The modern family did the same thing the Casta modern family, they negotiate as a cast not as individuals. Okay. Which is kind of interesting. So anyway, but as a result so that all that adds up to about two percent of the annual revenue the show the annual revenues about a billion dollars. And that's without streaming rights being sold yet. So all those stars are going to split still round twenty million dollars per year in syndication and don't forget, you know, Jim Parsons, the, you know, the guy who really was kind of the breakout star of the show they had that young Sheldon show now where he is the voice of that. So they're not hurt that way. No, no shows going away. You will see it streaming somewhere. I am sure. In the very near

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Boy who plunged from mall balcony showing "signs of recovery"

The Yeisley Financial Hour

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Boy who plunged from mall balcony showing "signs of recovery"

"There's some better news for a boy involved in an attempted murder. Case a five year old boy thrown off a third floor balcony last week at the mall of America in Bloomington. Minnesota showing some signs of recovery, but he remains in intensive care with head trauma and multiple broken bones. That update from the boy's family after they posted a picture Friday on a gofundme page that's raise nearly nine hundred thousand dollars for the five year old identified only as Landon twenty four year old Emmanuel Aranda facing charges, including attempted premeditated. First degree murder for the April twelfth

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"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Avenue beside Metra looking pretty good thirty five in no prompt reporting, four ninety four and six four actually is look at traffic here and w WC show next update six thirty. The weather tonight mostly clear and cool overnight low forty five tomorrow, Paul Douglas, says Luke warm sunshine, we'll take it. High of seventy four Sunday Easter Sunday few showers possible thunderstorm, high of sixty six in looking into early next week cooler on Monday with a period of steadier rain expected high of fifty five Tuesday looks good again, partly sunny and pleasant high sixty Wednesday more son, more mild high of sixty seven right now in the twin cities it's clear sixty three WBZ news time is six ten and the hour's top story. The family of the boy allegedly thrown from the third floor balcony at the mall of America. Last week says today, it has some good news to share in a statement released through their attorney the family of the five year old boy says our miracle child is showing real signs of recovery and says that results have been positive, and they're gaining more reason for optimism day by day, the boy identified as land in. Remains in intensive care after the nearly forty footfall one week ago. The family says they have a long road ahead. Police arrested twenty four year old manual Aranda on a charge of attempted murder. Investigators say he allegedly through the boy who he didn't know over the ledge a gofundme page has raised nearly nine hundred thousand dollars to support the family, which is requesting privacy Sloan Martin WCC head of the Minneapolis. Police union has plenty to say about the city's decision to ban so called warrior style.

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Students reportedly scam Apple out of nearly $1 million with fake iPhones

Gary and Shannon

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Students reportedly scam Apple out of nearly $1 million with fake iPhones

"For their injuries. A couple of college students in Oregon have been accused of scamming apple out of nearly nine hundred thousand dollars worth of iphones. Federal prosecutors say the Chinese students sent apple fake iphones from their home country. They claim the phones were defective apple sent replacements. Nearly fifteen hundred times students allegedly profited off the sale of those authentic phones. Once. Student is facing up to five years in prison. The other could be locked up for

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DNA results expected after teen tells authorities that he's boy missing since 2011 [Video]

Investing Sense

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

DNA results expected after teen tells authorities that he's boy missing since 2011 [Video]

"And apple is changing its policies after two Chinese students studying legally and Oregon scammed the company out of nearly nine hundred thousand dollars the obtained thousands of counterfeit iphones from China. And then sent those phones into apple claiming they stopped working.

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Ex-coach of Yale women's soccer team plans guilty plea in admission scandal

Brian Kilmeade

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Ex-coach of Yale women's soccer team plans guilty plea in admission scandal

"Our top stories the latest on the college admissions cheating scandal. ABC's went Johnson is up in Boston where a former Yale soccer coach is expected to plead guilty to taking bribes. Prosecutors say this is the coach at the center of the largest college admissions scam ever Rudy Meredith the former women's soccer coach at Yale for more than twenty years expected to plead guilty to two counts of wire fraud facing possible jail time in order to forfeit nearly nine hundred thousand dollars he received in alleged bribes. But Meredith cooperation authorities say was crucial to unraveling the nationwide scheme and leading to its accused mastermind Rick singer, we are in the middle of two weeks of court visits by high profile parents college coaches and others accused in this

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Samsung Unveils the $2000 Galaxy Fold; Apple draws up a blueprint for the foldable iPhone

Kim Komando

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Samsung Unveils the $2000 Galaxy Fold; Apple draws up a blueprint for the foldable iPhone

"After years and years of promises Samsung has unveiled its first foldable phone this past week. And when opened it turns into a tablet, it's super innovative. But it comes at a pretty hefty price tag to g that's right. And it's not the first company. There've been foldable phones brought in the market as far back as twenty eleven with a Cassara echo a startup called Royal has actually released a folding phone at the end of last year. But this is the first one from a major manufacturer the galaxy fold as it's being called or point. Six and smartphone. Expands to a seven point three inch tablet. So let's say you're using Google maps this phone screen shows, a small map that went open to the tablet gives you the whole picture. It's pretty slick. There are six cameras on the device goes on sale April twenty six from AT and T and T mobile in both four g and five g versions. They also released some other phones a galaxy S ten and they have now to rear facing cameras. They added another one centers three and nine hundred thousand dollars. But the real star this show is the Calix full priced at two grand. It's a tough, sell, but people will buy it because we've been in a smartphone rut for so long. I mean, the tech elite are itching for something new. Alot apple are you listening? But they may be they are listening because Apple's planning to develop their own full phone at least that's what it looks like in a patent that apple filed their dreamed up folded before it looks like a clam shell. But this one could actually be folded in two directions. A Dutch tech site. Let's go digital created or rendering of what exactly it might look like in the rendering looks like a plus sized iphone that falls into something smaller. But again, this is a patent. It may never come to big. But if it does I don't expect it anytime soon apple used to be really really innovative. Now, they're pretty much late to the party on just about anything. But at least this time, they would be releasing an iphone and actually Ben's on

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Samsung’s foldable phone is the Galaxy Fold, available April 26th starting at $1,980

Kim Komando

01:12 min | 2 years ago

Samsung’s foldable phone is the Galaxy Fold, available April 26th starting at $1,980

"Heck if finally happens that's right after years and years of promises Samsung has unveiled its first foldable phone this past week. And when opened it turns into a tablet, it's super innovative. But it comes at a pretty hefty price tag to g that's right. And it seems it's not the first company. There've been foldable phones brought in the market has twenty eleven with the Cassara echo a startup called Royal has actually released a folding phone at the end of last year. But this is the first one from a major manufacturer the galaxy fold as it's being called four point six and smartphone. Expands to a seven point three inch tablet. So let's say you're using Google maps smartphone screen shows us. Squall map that went open to the tablet gives you the whole picture. It's pretty slick. They're six cameras on a device goes on sale, April twenty six from AT and T and T mobile in both four g in five g versions, they also released some other phones the galaxy S ten and they have now to rear facing cameras. They added another one dollars three and nine hundred thousand dollars. But the real star of the show is the galaxy full price to to grant. It's a tough sell that people will buy it because we've been in a smartphone for so long. I mean, the tech elite are itching for something nails alot apple are you

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Fiji, Cuthbert And Pat Piper discussed on WCBS Programming

WCBS Programming

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Fiji, Cuthbert And Pat Piper discussed on WCBS Programming

"There are dueling lawsuits now between the Fiji water, girl and Fiji water CBS news. Correspondent Pat piper tells us all about who knew water could be so sour keleaf Cuthbert who became known as the Fiji water girl for photo bobbing celebs at the Golden Globes is now getting sued by Fiji water this after she initially sued them, saying cardboard cutouts of her in supermarkets were used without her signing off of them. Fiji shoots back saying it gave her a one year nine hundred thousand dollar deal to be as brand ambassador. So. They could use her name and photo in promotional things. Like, a cut out in court papers Fiji says Cuthbert has been the hand that feeds her and has turned on the very company responsible for giving her her fifteen minutes

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Polish Mayor Dies After Being Stabbed Onstage at Charity Event

News, Traffic and Weather

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Polish Mayor Dies After Being Stabbed Onstage at Charity Event

"Suicides among firefighters was becoming a national epidemic. He wanted to revitalize the local chapter of the Christian firefighter, fellowship realized we needed to do more firefighters. That's just programs contacts people. Together need and he sends emails about the programme and meet ups with some coworkers to talk about leadership and suicide prevention he did this for about a year until it became an issue for his captain in late twenty eleven to she said. God. Or Jesus was the problem battle ended up. These state supreme court now comes a settlement for nine hundred thousand dollars plus retirement benefits owed to Sprague. That's komo's Carleen Johnson. Sprague now lives in Everett working security for a hospital. Komo AAA traffic every ten minutes on the fours. Will we have a lot of fog currently along the I five corridor very thick from Federal Way to Olympia, very

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Trump defenders draw comparisons to John Edwards

Erin Burnett OutFront

03:47 min | 2 years ago

Trump defenders draw comparisons to John Edwards

"Were not a campaign finance violation or crime Trump's saying, quote, number one, it wasn't a campaign contribution. If it were it's only civil and even if it's only civil there was no violation based on what we did. Okay. Trump's allies, including Senator John Kennedy at the top of this program. I've been picked to mention former democratic Senator and vice presidential nominee John Edwards when they're defending Trump on this issue. But the two cases seem to be far from the same. Jessica dean is out front. After the southern district of New York implicated, President Donald Trump in two federal election crimes surrounding hush money payments to two alleged former mistresses affairs, the White House denies Trump defenders have been quick to point to one person. John edwards? Look at the John Edwards case we to twenty eleven then failed democratic presidential candidate. And former Senator John Edwards was indicted on six counts related to allegations. He accepted illegal campaign contributions to cover up an extramarital affair and hide his mistress from the public during the two thousand eight election. Those trying to keep this mistake that I made from becoming public prosecutors alleged to wealthy donors gave Edwards over nine hundred thousand dollars in legal contributions to hide his relationship with real hunter who gave birth to his child. There's no question that I've done wrong. All twenty twelve. The case went to trial. A jury acquitted Edwards on one charge and was deadlocked on the other five the Justice department than decided to drop the case. Some Republicans have argued the potential case against Trump would be much like the Edwards case ending without a conviction. The question is then whether or not this so-called hush money is a crime John John Edwards, obviously was prosecuted for the same thing and Justice department failed but the former general counsel of the Federal Election Commission. Larry noble says there are major differences between the two cases you have Trump's attorney who seems to be willing to say that the purpose of these expenditures were for the campaign. Prosecutors have Michael Cohen saying under oath the payments were made to affect the outcome of the election. They had no such witnesses in the Edwards trial. President Trump tweeted the payments were a quote simple private transaction. But noble points to the timing of the payments as a key factor in determining intent where they made simply to keep the alleged affairs, private or to influence the outcome of an election. Hi, everyone Edwards affair occurred during the election with at least one of the payments being made to hunter after the election was over it showed that the payments were being made irrespective of the campaign. They're being made because John Edwards did not want his wife to find out about it. In contrast, the alleged Trump affairs happened years before the critical part of this was was it to affect the election was it for the purpose of influence in the election. They've said previously that oh, no it was about his business reputation. Well, then why didn't they pay a long long before he ran for office that makes it for campaign purposes? And one more thing to think about when it comes to the Trump supporters out there who say look to the Edwards case for guidance here. Larry noble told me remember, John Edwards was indicted. Now, ultimately, he was acquitted on one charge and on the other five it was a hung jury. But he was alternately prosecuted in this case, and right now, of course, no formal charges against the president will wait to see what's next from prosecutors. Aaron all right. Thank you very much. Appreciate that. Jessica next President Trump claiming he has so many

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"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Charlie before we let you run Steelers and ravens big matchup later today. But with the Steelers, how do you think this love you? Bell situations going to play out when he returns because James CONNER has done one heck of a job filling in for love EON bell. All I think that if you're gonna be paying him nine hundred thousand dollars a week go go go play him. But I don't see him replacing Connor. I see him, you know, he's not going to be in game shape. When he first gets back. No matter what. So I think that they'll ease. A man, you know, maybe play a third maybe playing a half. You know, and the bottom line is when they get them in there if they believed that he gives them the best chance of winning by the time by playoff times comes around. You know, he'll probably have taken over the higher percentage of playing time. But when he first gets there, I mean Connors played too good to sit there and say, okay, Leon's back put Connor to the bench. As a matter of fact, arguably I made a statement this week, but I think for the first half of the season the most valuable Steelers actually CONNER. I think he I think he's been the most valuable player on their team. That has helped more than anyone else put them in a position to compete this year. And that's really saying something especially with the amount of talent that Pittsburgh does have on the offensive side of the ball. He has three rings with the pats one with the New York football giants and also spent a few years as head football. Coach of Notre Dame in Kansas. And now does a great job of Sirius XM NFL radio. And that's Charlie wise, Charlie was a treat to talk to you. Thank you so much. We'll do it again down the road. All right. Have a good one. Appreciate Charlie weis his time, right? Let's.

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Asia Argento will lose her job at 'X Factor Italy' if sexual assault claims are true

WBZ Morning News

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Asia Argento will lose her job at 'X Factor Italy' if sexual assault claims are true

"News Italy, reacts, now to allegations had Harvey Weinstein accuser Osceola are Gento paid off an undercover rather underage actor after sexually assaulting him in the wake of a New York, Times story that as a gentle paid a three hundred Nine, hundred thousand dollars settlement for a sexual assault claim the producers of the Italian X-factor say they will end their contract with, the Italian actress filmmaker if the claims proved true at. Genta was one of the first women to go on the record about her alleged raped by Weinstein. And became. A major spokesperson for the. Metoo movement the, times reported that a gentle paid a former child actor the settlement in, April after an alleged sexual. Encounter when he was seventeen some three years ago, Megan Williams ABC news

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Greg Bruno, Little League and Chevron discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Greg Bruno, Little League and Chevron discussed on 24 Hour News

"Pitcher Greg Bruno, in fact, looks like he, might be, safe for that second game just in case mid, island already. Made history in the Little League. World series. Back in nineteen sixty four the only team, from New York City to ever win it and hoping this year to repeat history Well if, you love pasta like me MIT researchers have made. An interesting discovery they found breaking, dry spaghetti and, to precisely two parts might seem, impossible not exact but they figured, out, apparently, had to, do

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"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

"To change nine hundred thousand, dollars in income to alone to reduce. Manafort's, tax burden AP's Chad day. Reports federal prosecutors are building their case against President Trump's, former campaign chairman prosecutors are kind of setting up setting the. Table for what, we expect to hear next week which is the testimony of Rick gates now gates is manafort's longtime deputy he also was a senior. Member of the Trump. Campaign and he also pleaded guilty earlier this year to felony charges in this case Manafort is on trial and charges of Bank fraud and tax evasion that could, put him in prison for the rest of his. Life one suspect is. Dad a second has serious injuries following a shootout with police near an elementary school in Tamoil Iowa police responding to this afternoon's reported people. With guns near the school got into an exchange. Of gunfire with four people one was killed another Ended the third arrested a fourth is still on the run I'm Tim Maguire four-legged, meow dolls and their owners have walked. Down, the red carpet during a. Fundraiser in Manhattan organizers say more than ten thousand dollars, was expected to be raised during the annual feline fashion show. With the Elgon, Quin hotel this year's theme was the purring twenties the August second event raised money for the mayor's alliance for NYC's animals which helps. Support more than one. Hundred fifty animal shelters and rescues in New York a certified pet fashion designer dress the cats in a number of styles including a pink fringe flapper dress a, wide brim garden hat a striped Zoot suit and. A double breasted. Tuxedo PBS says. The fiftieth anniversary. Look at Woodstock and Ken burns series. On the human genome will be, among its upcoming documentaries the film about Woodstock will air next year it will examine, the events that led up to the three day festival that would become one of the defining moments of the tumultuous nineteen. Sixty s also airing next year we'll. Be a documentary series from Henry Louis gates junior that examines the post, civil war era of reconstruction the Woodstock documentary will be part of PBS's American experience, series and is being directed by. Barrick Goodman who's teaming up with burns, on the genome series the gene, an intimate history will be three hour documentary series to run in twenty twenty The new season of the hit show Madam secretary won't lack of state. When it premieres this fall CBS says former. Secretaries Hillary Clinton Madeleine Albright and Colin Powell will appear on the dramas fifth season premiere Tober seventh star Leoni in her role as secretary of state Elizabeth McCord six their advise Clinton tweeted it was wonderful to spend some, time on the set for Albright this is a return. To the show she previously appeared during a second season Clinton was secretary of state under President Barack Obama Powell was President George W Bush's top diplomat. And Albright, was the first woman to become secretary of state during President Bill Clinton's administration Thank.

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"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"See more complicated atoms don't spend. You might think they do they don't spend by themselves it's only when a corkscrew outta corkscrew wave from a hydrogen atom on bonds neighboring atom it starts to make them spin. The reason I don't spend normally is because the. Shells of the more complicated atoms. Which a varying angles to the actual shallow sexual essential different angles to each other The the that prevents the electrons some what happens is you're not. Trying to start to bunch together I. Say oh but the that complex item and because they bunched together the mass of the atom changes the distribution of mass. Changes so those complicated atoms tumble, tumble wait they don't. Spin. But when they come in, the proximity of hydrogen gravity, wave the gravity waves whip some like a spinning top and, starts to spin coherently just like the. Hydrogen atom and then the electrons in. The complicated atom give off. Gravity waves so it's a. Knock on that fact it's like one affect the first six neighboring from the neighboring atom. Affects the next item and so. Only atoms pulled together so this is how gravity works everything attracts everything else MAURICE if you're designing the universe if you were a God would you design it the The exact, same way it's been? Designed But you have to remember all. Keep in mind Why the universe exists the toll, and it seems, to me that in the bible it says that God is love and, God is good Now the only. Thing better than God is more God, but it also says in the bible. God made, man. In his own image that's right man mankind grow beyond a certain signs if you like and actually throws a piece of his body away. A sperm and a woman kinda grow now. She throws an ovum an egg away so I've got made himself made minding his own image that infers that God kinda grow unless. He, throws a piece. Of himself away now God is lines all of the religious texts say that God is, light so they didn't it beginning God. Let's say God was a million volts he must have, thrown a piece. Of himself a wage create the physically so. Let's say through one hundred thousand folks so God. Goes down to, nine hundred thousand dollars Got. Smaller and the hundred thousand volts crosses Arnstein equation Equals MC squared it changes from into mass we have a. Big bang and the planets and the stars are. Created now everything on the other side of the equation the MC squared is the opposite of, God because God was a million volts, on the left and he's really one hundred thousand volts which became. Minus founder fashion on the other side of the equation So everything in the physical universe must be the opposite of God So the physical universe must. Be how now it doesn't matter which way we look at it The analysis shows now giving up, we're in how what happens then is Lucien and time begins and we get single celled creatures and then multi celled creatures me gets, more intelligent species been created evolving on, the ass, on eventually the voltage of the individual species like. A man human being might. Reach for example minus five oaks and don't. Forget we're in house he's gotta be minus five the voltage in the cells must be minus Now The losses Aging spinoffs to this way. Of thinking so once just. Before conception so it just. Before birth and I know this because I've, witnessed it I've. Witnessed reincarnation one was the cells get just, for example say five minus. Five volts those, minus five those bunch. Of cells the fetus dragged down another five volts plus five outs from God and. The, five oh so it's not just to the minus five and the baby, is born which is, Sarah FOX and then it grows up in anything how than for seventy s before it, dies sodas or the snake goes back. To, God now if the baby, is good when, he's alive he loves other people then. Teachable grow so, I said if when he dies instead of being five to, ten volts so when he goes back, to God God grows by. Five volts By creating the, physical universe God has created a mechanism, which allows him to grow Hold on we're at the break. Here's our next emerging artists a. y.

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"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

"To change nine hundred thousand, dollars an income to alone to reduce. Manafort's, tax burden AP's Chad, day reports. Federal prosecutors are building their case against President Trump's former, campaign chairman prosecutors are kind of setting up setting the table. For what we, expect to hear next week which, is the testimony of Rick gates now gates is mayor Ford's longtime deputy he also was a senior. Member of the Trump. Campaign and he also pleaded guilty earlier this year to felony charges in this case Manafort is on trial on charges a Bank fraud and tax evasion that could put him in prison for the rest of. His life one suspect is. Data, second as serious injuries following a shootout with police near an elementary school in tumble Iowa police responding to this afternoon's reported people with. Guns near the school got into an exchange of. Gunfire with four people one was killed another one Wounded the third arrested a fourth. Is still on the run I'm Tim Maguire a couple moving, into a Massachusetts home have found what they believe is a stash of prohibition era booze the. Patriot ledger reports that, in Sutherland and his girlfriend Alexa Lee found. Dozens of dusty glass, bottles and clay jugs shelves behind a false wall in their Quincy home contractor uncovered the hidden, compartment while working in the basement in. July, after the couple had, moved in. From Connecticut some of the fifty six bottles still contain, liquid Sutherland says appears to include beer and moonshine and that. Now give off, a vinegary smell the head of, the Quincy historical society says it's still too soon to know how long the bottles were hidden Quincy. Band alcohol sales in eighteen eighty amid the temperance movement the house was built in one thousand nine hundred ten birds can learn another language by eavesdropping on other species according to a study in the journal current about one hundred. Escaped goats munched. On Mannix Cured ones and Idaho's capital, city before being rounded up and hauled away the goats calmly ate, grass and, shrubs and Boise neighborhood Friday. Before a trailer arrived, to take them away goats are sometimes let loose in the nearby Boise foothills to eat wild plants and reduce wildfire threats but it's not clear where the goats came from or how they got loose Thank you for listening to.

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"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

"To change nine hundred thousand, dollars in income to alone to reduce. Manafort's, tax burden AP's, Chad. Day reports federal prosecutors are building their case against President, Trump's former campaign chairman prosecutors are kind of setting up setting. The table for, what we expect to hear next week which is the testimony of Rick gates now gates is manafort's longtime deputy also was a senior. Member of the Trump campaign and he also pleaded guilty earlier this year to felony charges in this case Manafort is on trial and charges of Bank fraud and tax evasion that could put him in prison for the rest of his. Life one suspect his. Dad, is second has serious injuries following a shootout with police near an elementary school in tumble Iowa police responding to this afternoon's reported people. With guns near the school got into an exchange. Of gunfire with four people one was killed another Wounded the third arrested a fourth is still on the run. I'm Tim Maguire FOX, is working on bringing back the twenty four. Franchise Kiefer Sutherland started, in the original twenty four that aired from two thousand one to two thousand ten and in, a limited two thousand fourteen version the. Short, lived reboot twenty, four, legacy featured Corey Hawkins there are two new and different, ideas that could see the light of day though one is. A prequel to, the original series the other series is that in the legal world and it would be a new take on the franchise the action. Unfolds in the twenty four hours before a prisoner's execution and involves high emotional stakes a collection of photos and movies from the nineteen sixty nine Woodstock music festival's been posted online I haven't million young people can get together and have. Three days of. Using And I have. Nothing but, fun and music and I got the museum at Bethel woods posted the archival images for the first time two weeks. Before the forty, ninth anniversary of the famous concert at. Maxine Oscars farm. It kicked off August fifteenth nineteen sixty nine the images are posted on the website for the arts center amphitheater venue that was built on the side of the original music festival lobster fishermen in the, Florida Keys fear a trade war with China could hurt. The recovery effort from September's hurricane Irma China's slap tariffs and lobsters and other US goods in July after the Trump administration put. Tariffs and billions of dollars worth of Chinese goods Florida's lobster fishing season opens Monday and fishermen in the. Keys had been hoping the harvest would help them recoup losses from Irma but the industry's come, to depend on Chinese exports over the last decade and fishermen worried tariffs that could raise prices. By twenty five percent will send the Chinese market looking for lobster in another Country Curb.

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"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

"To change nine hundred thousand, dollars in income to alone to reduce. Manafort's, tax burden AP's Chad day. Reports federal prosecutors are building their case against President Trump's, former campaign chairman prosecutors are kind of setting up setting the. Table for what, we expect to hear next week which is the testimony of Rick gates now gates is manafort's longtime deputy he also was a senior. Member of the Trump, campaign and he also pleaded guilty earlier this year to felony charges in this case Manafort is, on trial on charges of Bank fraud and tax evasion that. Could put him in prison for the rest of his life. One suspect his dad a. Second, has serious injuries following a shootout with police near an elementary school in a tumble Iowa police responding to this afternoon's reported people with. Guns new the school got into an exchange of. Gunfire with four people one was killed another one Ended the third arrested a fourth is still on the, run I'm Tim Maguire NASA assigned astronauts to SpaceX and Boeing test flights the five astronauts will. Ride the first commercial, capsules into orbit next year and bring human. Launches back to the, US SpaceX and Boeing are planning for test flights of their capsules to the international space station, by the end of this year or. Early, next the first crews are. Expected to fly from Cape Canaveral Florida by next spring, or summer goings first star liner cruel include former NASA astronaut. Chris Ferguson who, commanded the last shuttle flight in twenty eleven and is now a Boeing employee the four other commercial crew members are still with naphtha. Rosie O'Donnell and cast, members from some of Broadway's biggest musicals plan to protest outside the White House Monday the group, plans to serenade President Trump with songs like the people song. From Les Miserables and a brand new day from the whizz. The performance will. Be current And former Broadway cast members from things like wicked beautiful Hamilton. Phantom, of the opera and more the trip is organized by the host and producer of Sirius XM's on Broadway it'll be live streamed on, the move on Facebook page The WWE wrestler known has Kane has won the bout, for mayor in Knox county Tennessee's third largest. Glenn Jacobs have Republican claimed. Victory Thursday evening according to the Knoxville news sentinel says. Although is decision to seek the mayor's job was met at first with resounding laughter from some politicians he did win a close primary in. May, results of it were delayed when the county's election website crashed after a. Cyber attack that experts said was malicious Jacobs who runs an insurance and real, estate company in Knox county will take over as mayor. On September first, hi I'm Thomas from Tracy.

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"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

"To change nine hundred, thousand dollars in income to alone to. Reduce, manafort's tax burden AP's Chad. Day reports federal prosecutors are building their case against, President Trump's former campaign chairman prosecutors are kind of setting up. Setting the table, for what we expect to hear next week which is the testimony of Rick gates now gates is manafort's longtime deputy he also was. Senior member of the. Trump campaign and he also pleaded guilty earlier this year to felony charges in this case Manafort is on trial and charges a Bank fraud and tax. Evasion that could put him in prison for the rest of. His life one suspect is. Dad, a second has serious injuries following a shootout with police near an elementary school in tumble Iowa police responding to this afternoon's reported people. With guns new the school got into an exchange of. Gunfire with four people one was killed another one Ended the third arrested a fourth is still on the run. I'm Tim Maguire, about one hundred escaped goats munched on manicured lawns and Idaho's capital city before being rounded up and hauled away the goats calmly ate. Grass and shrubs and. Boise neighborhood Friday before a trailer arrived to take them away goats are sometimes let loose in the nearby Boise foothills to eat wild plans and reduce. Wildfire threats but it's not clear where the goats came from. Or how they. Got loose Rosie O'Donnell and cast members from some of Broadway's biggest musicals plan to protest outside the White House Monday the group plans to serenade President Trump with songs like the people song from Les Miserables and a brand, new day, from the whizz the performance will be. Current and former Broadway cast members from things like wicked beautiful Hamilton phantom of the opera and more the trip is organized by. The host and producer of Sirius XM's on Broadway it'll be live streamed on the move on FOX is. Working on bringing back the twenty four franchise. Kiefer Sutherland started, in the original twenty four that aired. From two thousand one to two thousand ten and in a limited two thousand fourteen version the short-lived reboot twenty four legacy featured Corey Hawkins there are two new and different ideas that could see the light of day though one is. A prequel to the original series the other series is set in the legal world and it would, be a new take on the franchise the action unfolds in the twenty four Four hours before a. Prisoner's execution and involves high emotional stakes What do you get when you twist together.

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"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

"To change nine hundred thousand, dollars in income to alone to reduce. Manafort's, tax burden AP's Chad day. Reports federal prosecutors are building their case against President Trump's, former campaign chairman prosecutors are kind of setting up setting the. Table for what, we expect to hear next week which is the testimony of Rick gates now gates is manafort's longtime deputy he also was a senior. Member of the Trump. Campaign and he also pleaded guilty earlier this year to felony charges in this case Manafort is on trial and charges a Bank fraud and tax evasion that could put him in prison for the rest of his life. One suspect is dad. A, second has serious injuries following a shootout with police near an elementary school in tumble Iowa police responding to this afternoon's report of people. With guns near the school got into an exchange. Of gunfire with four people one was killed another Ended the, third arrested a fourth is still on the run I'm Tim Maguire lobster fishermen in the Florida. Keys fear a trade, war with China could hurt the recovery effort. From September's hurricane Irma, China's slap tariffs and lobsters and other US goods in July after the Trump administration put tariffs, and billions of dollars worth of Chinese. Goods, for does lots fishing season. Opens Monday and fishermen in the keys had been hoping, birds can learn another language by eavesdropping on other species according. To a study, in the journal current biology scientists say they discovered in Australian songbird called a fairy Wren is not born knowing the distress sounds of. Other birds but it. Can master the meaning of a few key words among other species chatter especially sounds that signal the arrival of a predator scientists have no shown they can train fairy Wrens to understand unfamiliar sounds as distress calls for. Birds understanding forest. Gay Asset but an approaching hawk or Brown snake can mean the difference between life or death the. Research is part of an expanding field called social learning WalMart's testing out automated carts to speed up the process of packaging online orders and bringing customers orders out to. Their cars the mobile cards can grab bins of groceries from, storage and can move up and down and sideways to. Get items faster than workers can WalMart employees will still handpick, produce meat and other fresh, products and assemble. The orders and bring them out to shoppers a company says it's working with alert. Innovation on the alphabet which it's testing in Salem New Hampshire Right.

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"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

"To change nine hundred thousand, dollars in income to alone to reduce. Manafort's, tax burden AP's Chad day. Reports federal prosecutors are building their case against President Trump's, former campaign chairman prosecutors are kind of setting up setting the. Table for what, we expect to hear next week which is the testimony of Rick gates now gates is manafort's longtime deputy he also was a senior. Member of the Trump. Campaign and he also pleaded guilty earlier this year to felony charges in this case Manafort is on trial and charges of Bank fraud and tax evasion. That could put him in prison for the rest of his. Life one suspect is. Dad, a second has serious injuries following a shootout with police near an elementary school in tumble Iowa police responding to this afternoon's report people. With guns new the school got into an exchange. Of gunfire with four people one was killed another The third arrested a fourth is. Still on the run I'm Tim Maguire former president Lyndon B, Johnson's home on his Texas ranch will be temporarily closed the home known as the Texas house. Having structural issues the, National Park Service said Thursday that the pool. House will also be, closed other attractions at the Lyndon B Johnson national historic park are still open that includes Johnson's, boyhood home in Johnson city the ranch. House, is outside of Johnson city. Visitors there can still do a driving tour and go, to the visitor center the park service said that the other. Facilities will be, closed until it can be confirmed that there aren't any safety problems a couple moving into a Massachusetts home have found what they believe. Is a stash of. Prohibition era booze the patriot ledger reports that in Sutherland and his girlfriend Alexa Lee found dozens of dusty glass bottles and clay jugs shelves behind a. False wall in their Quincy home contractor uncovered the hidden compartment. While working in. The Baseman in July after the couple had moved in from Connecticut some of the fifty six bottles still contain liquid. The Sutherland says appears to include beer and moonshine and that now give off a vinegary smell the, head. Of the Quincy historical society says it's still too soon. To know how long the bottles were hidden Quincy banned alcohol sales in eighteen eighty amid the temperance movement the house was built in one thousand nine hundred ten States are lining up. To challenge the Trump administration's proposed rollback of higher auto mileage standards AP correspondent Warren Levinson reports Massachusetts attorney general Maura Healey system. Proposed rollback would up and agreements that were carefully worked out among states the. Auto industry and the Environmental Protection Agency has to. Be absolutely one, of the most harmful and dumbest actions that the EPA has taken -chusetts is. One of sixteen states that have joined California, in preemptively suing over the proposed rollback the administration has filed notice that it will also seek to rescind. California's a thirty to, set its.

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"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

"To change nine hundred thousand, dollars in income to alone to reduce. Manafort's, tax burden AP's Chad day. Reports federal prosecutors are building their case against President Trump's, former campaign chairman prosecutors are kind of setting up setting the. Table for what, we expect to hear next week which is the testimony of Rick gates now gates is manafort's longtime deputy he also was a senior. Member of the Trump campaign and he also pleaded guilty earlier this year to felony charges in this case Manafort is on trial on charges of Bank fraud and tax evasion that could put him in prison for the rest of. His life one suspect. Is, data second as serious injuries following a shootout with police near an elementary school in tumble Iowa police responding to this afternoon's reported people. With guns near the school got into an exchange. Of gunfire with four people one was killed another Wounded the third arrested a fourth is still. On the run I'm Tim Maguire former president Lyndon B Johnson's, home on his Texas ranch will be temporarily closed the home known as the Texas White House. Is having structural issues, the National Park Service said Thursday that the. Pool house will also, be closed other attractions at the Lyndon B Johnson national historic park are still open that includes, Johnson's boyhood home in Johnson city the. Ranch, house is outside of Johnson. City visitors there can still do a driving tour and, go to the visitor center the park service said that the. Other facilities will, be closed until it can be confirmed that there aren't any safety problems unusually high temperatures are being recorded across much of Europe as. AP correspondent charlesdale desma reports Portugal as dealing with the brunt of the heat wave Portugal's with the agency says h places in the centre south and east of the country have broken local records amid a heatwave the highest temperature. So far is. One Hundred thirteen. Degrees Fahrenheit and that's expected to peak at one hundred sixty nine on. Saturday meteorologist say a hot air mass moving northward from Africa is causing the phenomena and with it dust from the Sahara desert while in Sweden experts warn of a high risk the wildfires this weekend because of, the dry and will whether Britain hasn't avoided the heat to the Mets office, says July was the country stood, woman in more than a century with the temperature passing ninety five on, July twenty six Charles de LA desma Birds can learn another language. By eavesdropping on other species according to a study in the journal current, biology scientists say they discovered. In Australian songbird called fairy Wren is not born knowing the distress sounds of other birds. But it can master the meaning of a few, key words among other species chatter especially sounds that signal the arrival of a predator scientists have shown they can train fairy Wrens to understand unfamiliar sounds as distress calls for birds understanding forest gossip about an approaching hawk or Brown snake, can mean the difference There's a difference. Between doing yourself and do it for a living at the Home Depot we get, that.

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"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

"To change nine hundred thousand, dollars an income to alone to reduce. Manafort's, tax burden AP's Chad, day reports. Federal prosecutors are building their case against President Trump's former, campaign chairman prosecutors are kind of setting up setting the table. For what we, expect to hear next week which is the testimony of Rick gates now gates is mayor Ford's longtime deputy he also was a senior. Member of the Trump. Campaign and he also pleaded guilty earlier this year to felony charges in this case Manafort is. On trial on charges of Bank fraud and tax evasion that could put him in prison for the rest of his life. One suspect is dad a. Second, has serious injuries following a shootout with police near an elementary school in a tumble Iowa police responding to this afternoon's reported people with. Guns near the school got into an exchange of. Gunfire with four people one was killed another one The third. Arrested a fourth is still on the run I'm Tim, Maguire WalMart's testing out automated carts to speed up the process. Of packaging online, orders and bringing customers orders out to their cars the mobile cards can grab bins of groceries from storage and can move up and. Down and sideways to. Get faster than workers can WalMart employees will still handpick produce meat and other fresh products and. The simple the orders and bring them out to shoppers company says it's working with alert innovation on the alphabet which it's. Testing in Salem. New Hampshire NASA has assigned astronauts to SpaceX and Boeing test flights the, five astronauts will ride the first commercial capsules into orbit next year and bring human launches back. To the US SpaceX and Boeing are planning for test flights of their capsules to the international space station by the end of this year. Or early next the first crews are expected, to fly from Cape. Canaveral Florida by, next spring or summer Boeing's first star. Liner cruel include former NASA astronaut Chris Ferguson who commanded the last shuttle flight in twenty eleven and does now a Boeing employee the four. Other commercial crew members are still with naphtha Rosie O'Donnell and cast members from some of Broadway's biggest musicals plan to protest outside the. White House Monday the group plans to serenade President Trump with, songs like the people song from Les Miserables and a brand new day from the whizz the performance will be current, and former Broadway cast members, from things Wicked beautiful Hamilton phantom of the opera and more the trip is organized by the host and producer of Sirius XM's. On Broadway it'll be live streamed on the. Move on Facebook page Summer is here the sun is out, and so, are you when you go, take along a clever little app called audible so you can. Listen to the stories you love while doing.

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"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

"To change nine hundred thousand, dollars in income to alone to reduce. Manafort's, tax burden AP's Chad day. Reports federal prosecutors are building their case against President Trump's, former campaign chairman prosecutors are kind of setting up setting the. Table for what, we expect to hear next week which is the testimony of Rick gates now gates is manafort's longtime deputy he also was a senior. Member of the Trump, campaign and he also pleaded guilty earlier this year to felony charges in this case Manafort is on trial on charges of Bank fraud and tax evasion that could put him in prison for the rest of his. Life one suspect his dad. A, second has serious injuries following a shootout with police near an elementary school in tumble Iowa police responding to this afternoon's reported people with. Guns near the school got into an exchange of. Gunfire with four people one was killed another one Ended the third arrested. A fourth is still on the run I'm Tim Maguire, WalMart's testing out automated carts to speed up the process of. Packaging online orders, and bringing customers orders out to their cars the mobile cards can grab bins of groceries from storage and can move up and down. And sideways to get, items faster than workers can WalMart employees will still handpick produce meat and other fresh products and assemble the orders and bring them out to shoppers company says it's, working with alert innovation on the alphabet which it's. Testing in Salem. New Hampshire Rosie O'Donnell and cast members from. Some of Broadway's biggest musicals plan to protest outside the. White House Monday, the group plans to serenade President, Trump with songs like the people song from Les Miserables and brand new. Day from the whizz the performance will be current and former. Broadway cast members from things like wicked beautiful Hamilton phantom of. The opera and more the. Trip is organized, by the host and producer of Sirius. XM's on Broadway it'll be live streamed on the move on Facebook page unusually high temperatures are being recorded across much of Europe man it's. AP correspondent charlesdale desma reports Portugal is dealing with the brunt of the heat wave Portugal's with agency says h places in the centre south. And east of the country have broken local records amid a, heatwave the highest temperature so far is one hundred thirteen degrees Fahrenheit and that's expected to peak at one hundred, sixteen on Saturday meteorologists say, a halt MS moving northward from Africa is, causing, the phenomenon and with it dust. From the Sahara desert one in Sweden experts warn of. A high risk the wildfowl this weekend because of, the dry and will whether Britain hasn't avoided the heat to the met. Office's July was the conscious third woman in more than a. Century with the temperature passing ninety five on July twenty six. Charles, the desma London What do you get when, you twist together the rush of, a wood coaster..

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"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News

"To change nine hundred thousand, dollars in income to alone to reduce. Manafort's, tax burden AP's Chad day. Reports federal prosecutors are building their case against President Trump's, former campaign chairman prosecutors are kind of setting up setting the. Table for what, we expect to hear next week which is the testimony of Rick gates now gates is manafort's longtime deputy he also was a senior. Member of the Trump. Campaign and he also pleaded guilty earlier this year to felony charges in this case Manafort is on trial and charges a Bank fraud and tax evasion that could put him in prison for the rest of. His life one suspect. Is, data second has serious injuries following a shootout with police near an elementary school in tumble Iowa police responding to this afternoon's report people. With guns near the school got into an exchange. Of gunfire with four people one was killed another Wounded, the third arrested a fourth is still on the run I'm Tim Maguire birds can learn another, language by eavesdropping on other species according. To, a study in the journal. Current biology scientists say they discovered in Australian songbird called, a fairy Wren is not born knowing the distress sounds of. Other birds but, it can master the meaning of a few key words among other species chatter especially sounds that signal the arrival of predator scientists have. No shown they can. Train fairy Wrens to understand unfamiliar sounds as distress calls for birds understanding forest gossip about an approaching hawk or Brown snake can mean the difference between life or death the research is part of an expanding. Field called social. Learning WalMart's testing out automated carts to speed up the process of packaging online orders and bringing, customers orders out to their cars the mobile cards can grab bins of groceries from storage and can move up and down and sideways to get items faster than workers can WalMart employees will. Still handpick produce meat and other fresh products and assemble the orders and bring them out to shoppers a company says it's working with alert. Innovation on the alphabet which it's testing in Salem New Hampshire California's death valley tentatively set a world, record for the hottest ended my campaign reports the slip may. Be temporary the Labor Department says employers added one hundred fifty seven thousand jobs last month a solid gain but less than. The two hundred twenty four thousand jobs day averaged adding during the first six months of the year the unemployment rate in July dropped one. Tenth of a point to three point nine percent the academy, during the second quarter grew at its fastest pace in. Four years businesses and consumers are optimistic suggesting solid hiring is, likely to continue Mike Kemp, in Washington What do you get when you twist together the. Rush of a wood coaster with.

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"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"For eight hundred thousand dollars nine hundred thousand dollars a million dollars only to have them no longer be able to make a living what's the solution i i don't know what the solution is and if you have a solution i would absolutely love to hear it i've been somewhat concerned over the over and lifts issue and because my concern is is that they'll put all of the metered taxis all of the car services out of business in community after community and then they'll jack up their prices because then they'll essentially have a monopoly control the market the sort of the walmart model the home depot model what walmart comes to town home depot comes to town they're open twenty four hours they slash their prices so that nobody else can stay in business and then all of a sudden when the local hardware store closes when all these other local businesses that sell the same things that walmart sells clothes then they jack up their prices well why won't that happen with uber and left what's the solution now the head of the taxi workers alliance i can never pronounce your name correctly by revie design i think is her name she says that there should be no fares lower than the metered fair i don't agree with that i mean maybe it's just maybe i'm being somewhat selfish in that i don't necessarily want to spend more money to get around because i'll tell you if i have the opportunity of choosing uber or taxi i choose uber because you know why eighty percent of the time ninety percent of the time it's cheaper it's less expensive so i don't wanna pay more but is that the only solution is there any so honestly we have a very bright audience here.

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"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

The Personal Computer Radio Show

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

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"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

The Personal Computer Radio Show

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"nine hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

"A really good misfit smart watch wristband thing chemicals more watch because all it does is is is a motion center but i think the the cheapest one i was down fifty dollars a that serb that's a father's day gift that that that could could give a parent hmm all all the way the top top into the market near the garmin notes and nine hundred thousand dollars watched at the high end though low the phoenix line has a nightvision screen and tracks parachute jumps none lot of what people are going to need that but if you need that if if you work on on a swat team if you're if you're an army ranger um yeah that's that's a nice thing to have so i guess since somebody of the spans do tell time we kind of have to call my watch i mean i'm wondering if it bit these days that that tells time so and and it notifies me when i get a text message and things like that so it is essentially a smart watch though on the marketing researchers m stigma segment this this markets or wildly the the the do fitness ban in a smart watch and the the the differentiate by shane that smart watches one third party oh i think than me just be a way that they can say that apple was number one in a market i'm i'm not really sure that's a valid distinction because there for the frankly aren't a lot of of responds that run third party apps anymore me in your the apple does android wear watches do also but your android watch his arch i enjoyed where has not set the world on fire reacted through the idea of android glare was at hardware manufacturers could worry about.

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