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"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on WTOP

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01:41 min | Last month

"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on WTOP

"Here at children's national hospital on the holiday. So to be kind of fun for them to be able to at least open up something here, you know, of course they don't want to be here for Christmas. That's Malik majors whose son can't leave the hospital, but will have plenty of presents from the room that's known around here as doctor behrs, holiday toy shop. I've gotten him helicopter. Teddy bear. The toy shop is put together by the hospital with donated gifts from the public that the hospital then puts out in a room for families of children here to pick out from. So they can experience a little bit of the magic of Christmas, while they're here. At chill rings national hospital, stetson Miller WTO P news. It's four O 6, the North American aerospace defense command or norad continuing to track Santa Claus as he wraps up his yearly chore currently over the Pacific heading towards Hawaii and just about ready to call it a year, norad has been doing this tracking since 1955 when a misprinted Santa tracking phone number in a newspaper led thousands to not call the newspaper, but to call the norad duty commander instead. If you want to keep tabs on the jolly old elf, not much time left to do it, but you can still go to norad Santa dot com and watch him finish things off. If you're relying on public transit today or tomorrow Monday, metro is operating on a Sunday schedule both days, metro access customers will be able to travel on the holiday, but subscription trips are canceled. In the case of in the case of many, hold music that you might get stuck with when you call a helpline, leaves a lot to be desired. But this is D.C.. The birthplace of Gogo music. When you call three one one

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"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:01 min | Last month

"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on WTOP

"The hallway sometimes. And then all of a sudden you'll hear all the light up toys and sound toys go off. At children's national hospital, stetson Miller, WTO P news. The North American aerospace defense command, norad continuing to track Santa Claus as he performs his yearly chore, just pass through my hometown of klamath falls, Oregon, heading for the Oregon coast and then up to the puget sound region as he is in the home stretch of his delivery route this year. Norad has been doing the Santa tracking since 1955 when a misprinted Santa tracking phone number in newspaper led thousands to call the norad duty commander instead. You want to keep tabs on desantis yourself, go to norad Santa dot org, you can also call 8 7 7 high norad if you call the phone number and you're lucky you might get a real voice on the other end of the line, even at this hour. It's three O 6 if you're relying on public transit today or tomorrow, no need for a sleigh, metro bus and metro rail are operating, but they are operating on a Sunday schedule, both today and tomorrow, Monday. Metro access customers will be able to travel on the holiday, but subscription trips are canceled They were distracted. That's what a disability rights group has to say about the death of a psychiatric patient at saint Elizabeth's hospital. In a report released last week, disability writes D.C. says the death of 65 year old David dowell happened because staff was distracted by their phones. Dal was brutally attacked and killed in his room by another patient 28 year old Charles Lee. The report says that Lee was able to enter dowels room unnoticed and says he choked and stabbed dowel for 35 minutes plus. When staff finally arrived Al was already dead. Lee was charged with first degree murder in the case, and since the death, saint E's has doubled the staff outside the unit with security checks every 30 minutes. Just a head on WTO on this Christmas morning after traffic and weather. The latest source of revenue for the toy industry and we're not talking about kids. I'm Melissa Howell. It's three O 7

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"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:01 min | Last month

"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Megawatt hour on the grid after the warnings. With gas supplies constrained in New England has resorted to using other power sources, oil accounted for roughly 40% of power on Saturday afternoon while gas was 15%, typically gas is the dominant fuel. Despite all the chaos and certainly the travel chaos coast to coast from the winter storm, the most famous resident of the North Pole is headed your way. Santa Claus will make it through any storm hitting the U.S. this holiday season. That's according to the trusted folks at norad, the U.S. Military agency that famously tracks saint Nick's global travels. General Glenn van herc is head of North American aerospace defense command, who shared set as tracking info this morning. Once he approaches North America, we use fighters to track him and ensure his safe passage in North America. Van herck says Santa will be on his way as long as kids are in bed by 9 p.m.. China reported 37 million new COVID cases in one day following its turnabout in policy, but COVID is still taking lives in the U.S. as well. Bloomberg's earth Chapman reports from Washington. The flu and another respiratory disease are coming atop the persistence of COVID professor Roy gillick of the wild Cornell medical college set in a Bloomberg interview. After Thanksgiving, we saw the number of COVID cases increase and were bracing for what might happen over the Christmas and new year's holidays. We're seeing about half a million cases per week right now. And close to 3000 deaths. Doctor gillick said this year's flu vaccine is proving effective and a new COVID shot is also mitigating the effects of that disease. A judge in Arizona rejected a bid by Republican gubernatorial candidate Carrie Lake, this to throw out the results of the November election she lost, calling her claims of misconduct by election workers speculation that she had failed to prove. During a two day hearing that ended Thursday Lake's attorney claimed that misconduct by election officials and technical problems with ballot printers in

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"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:08 min | Last month

"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Megawatt hour on the grid after the warnings. With gas supplies constrained in New England has resorted to using other power sources, oil accounted for roughly 40% of power on Saturday afternoon while gas was 15%, typically gas is the dominant fuel. Despite all the chaos and certainly the travel chaos coast to coast from the winter storm, the most famous resident of the North Pole is headed your way. Santa Claus will make it through any storm hitting the U.S. this holiday season. That's according to the trusted folks at norad, the U.S. Military agency that famously tracks saint Nick's global travels. General Glenn van herck is head of North American aerospace defense command, who shared set as tracking info this morning. Once he approaches North America, we use fighters to track him and ensure his safe passage in North America. Van herck says Santa will be on his way as long as kids are in bed by 9 p.m.. China reported 37 million new COVID cases in one day following its turnabout in policy, but COVID is still taking lives in the U.S. as well. Bloomberg's irv Chapman reports from Washington. The flu and another respiratory disease are coming atop the persistence of COVID professor Roy gillick of the wild Cornell medical college said in a Bloomberg interview. After Thanksgiving, we saw the number of COVID cases increase and were bracing for what might happen over the Christmas and new year's holidays. We're seeing about half a million cases per week right now. And close to 3000 deaths. Doctor gillick said this year's flu vaccine is proving effective and the new COVID shot is also mitigating the effects of that disease. A judge in Arizona rejected a bid by Republican gubernatorial candidate Carrie Lake, this to throw out the results of the November election she lost, calling her claims of misconduct by election workers speculation that she had failed to prove. During a two day hearing that ended Thursday Lake's attorney claimed that misconduct by election officials and technical problems with ballot printers in Maricopa County, Arizona's largest, swayed the election in democratic governor elect Katie Hobbs favor, Hobbes beat Lake in the November 8th election by 17,000 votes. 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 Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. On the latest edition of a tape podcast, a conversation with Michael sonnenfeld, founder and chairman of Tiger 21 on investing for the ultra wealthy. Can we draw any conclusions about average sort of investment? I mean, are they in these markets? Are they out? Do they like fixed income? Are they are they going for equities? Is there an outlook for 2023 that you can kind of pull from the whole picture? Yeah. The big stories are that, as I said, private equity for the first time has trumped both real estate and public equity at about 29%. Fixed income is a little bit coming to life. People are liking short term rates for the first time for so many years. You were getting under 1%. Now you can see four and 5 and 6% both in municipals and high grade set really interesting. Hedge funds are still in the dog house, only about 3% allocation kind of mind boggling given to where they were a decade ago. And cash cash at 12%, 11%. Wow. High levels of cash. But not for us. Our members have held this high level for a very long time. The public equity reduction to 25% says two things, first of all, if you take our real estate and private equity and add them up together, what you have is a little over 50% while public equities are only 25%. What our members are saying is if you know how to invest in public private equity and you're not investing real estate, which is where our members created their wealth over time you can probably better than public equities

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"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:19 min | Last month

"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"England has resorted to using other power sources, oil accounted for roughly 40% of power on Saturday afternoon while gas was 15%, typically gas is the dominant fuel. Despite all the chaos and certainly the travel chaos coast to coast from the winter storm, the most famous resident of the North Pole is headed your way, Santa Claus will make it through any storm hitting the U.S. this holiday season. That's according to the trusted folks at norad, the U.S. Military agency that famously tracks saint Nick's global travels. General Glenn van herc is head of North American aerospace defense command, who shared set as tracking info this morning. Once he approaches North America, we use fighters to track him and ensure his safe passage in North America. Van herck says Santa will be on his way as long as kids are in bed by 9 p.m.. China reported 37 million new COVID cases in one day following its turnabout in policy, but COVID is still taking lives in the U.S. as well. Bloomberg's herb Chapman reports from Washington. The flu and another respiratory disease are coming atop the persistence of COVID professor Roy gillick of the wild Cornell medical college set in a Bloomberg interview. After Thanksgiving, we saw the number of COVID cases increase and were bracing for what might happen over the Christmas and new year's holidays. We're seeing about half a million cases per week right now. And close to 3000 deaths. Doctor gillick said this year's flu vaccine is proving effective and the new COVID shot is also mitigating the effects of that disease. Judge in Arizona rejected a bid by Republican gubernatorial candidate Kerry Lake, this to throw out the results of the November election she lost, calling her claims of misconduct by election workers speculation that she had failed to prove. During a two day hearing that ended Thursday Lake's attorney claimed that misconduct by election officials and technical problems with ballot printers in Maricopa County, Arizona's largest, swayed the election in democratic governor elect Katie Hobbs favor, Hobbes beat Lake in the November 8th election by 17,000 votes. 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 Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg

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"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:42 min | Last month

"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Tightest during the late afternoon and evening hours when usage hits its daily peak. Spot electricity prices soared to more than 18 $100 a megawatt hour on the grid after the warnings. With gas supplies constrained in New England has resorted to using other power sources, oil accounted for roughly 40% of power on Saturday afternoon while gas was 15%, typically gas is the dominant fuel. Despite all the chaos and certainly the travel chaos coast to coast from the winter storm, the most famous resident of the North Pole is headed your way. Santa Claus will make it through any storm hitting the U.S. this holiday season. That's according to the trusted folks at norad, the U.S. Military agency that famously tracks saint Nick's global travels. General Glenn van herc is head of North American aerospace defense command, who shared citus tracking info this morning. Once he approaches North America, we use fighters to track him and ensure his safe passage in North America. Van herck says Santa will be on his way as long as kids are in bed by 9 p.m.. China reported 37 million new COVID cases in one day following its turnabout in policy, but COVID is still taking lives in the U.S. as well. Bloomberg's earth Chapman reports from Washington. The flu and another respiratory disease are coming atop the persistence of COVID professor Roy gillick of the wild Cornell medical college set in a Bloomberg interview. After Thanksgiving, we saw the number of COVID cases increase and were bracing for what might happen over the Christmas and new year's holidays. We're seeing about half a million cases per week right now. And close to 3000 deaths. Doctor gillick said this year's flu vaccine is proving effective and a new COVID shot is also mitigating the effects of that disease. A judge in Arizona rejected a bid by Republican gubernatorial candidate Carrie Lake, this to throw out the results of the November election she lost, calling her claims of misconduct by election workers speculation that she had failed to prove. During a two day hearing that ended Thursday Lake's attorney claimed that misconduct by election officials and technical problems with ballot printers in Maricopa County, Arizona's largest, swayed the election in democratic governor elect Katie Hobbs favor, Hobbes beat Lake in the November 8th election by 17,000 votes. 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 Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. This is masters in business with Barry red holes on Bloomberg radio

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"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | Last month

"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Cleared Congress this week. Biden said the bipartisan measure advances key priorities for the country and caps a year of historic bipartisan progress. He notes that among other things that will advance cutting edge research on cancer and help veterans. The legislation includes $858 billion in defense funding, along with 45 billion in emergency assistance to Ukraine and NATO allies. And monster Bloomberg radio. China reported 37 million new COVID cases in one day following its turnabout in policy, but COVID is still taking lives in the U.S. as well. Bloomberg's irv Chapman reports from Washington. The flu and another respiratory disease are coming atop the persistence of COVID professor Roy gillick of the wild Cornell medical college set in a Bloomberg interview. After Thanksgiving, we saw the number of COVID cases increase and were bracing for what might happen over the Christmas and new year's holidays. We're seeing about half a million cases per week right now. And close to 3000 deaths. So the COVID epidemic continues. Doctor gillick said this year's flu vaccine is proving effective and the new COVID shot is also mitigating the effects of that disease. In Washington nerve Chapman Bloomberg radio. The North American aerospace defense command or norad will once again track Santa Claus's annual flight around the globe to deliver toys to boys and girls. Norad has been tracking Santa since 1958, ensuring that Santa has a safe trip to all of his destinations. 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 Susanna Palmer. This Bloomberg

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"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:33 min | Last month

"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Cleared Congress this week. Biden said the bipartisan measure advances key priorities for the country and caps a year of historic bipartisan progress. He notes that among other things that will advance cutting edge research on cancer and help veterans, the legislation includes $858 billion in defense funding, along with 45 billion in emergency assistance to Ukraine and NATO allies, and monster Bloomberg radio. China reported 37 million new COVID cases in one day following its turnabout in policy, but COVID is still taking lives in the U.S. as well. Bloomberg's irv Chapman reports from Washington. The flu and another respiratory disease are coming atop the persistence of COVID professor Roy gillick of the wild Cornell medical college said in a Bloomberg interview. After Thanksgiving, we saw the number of COVID cases increase and were bracing for what might happen over the Christmas in new year's holidays. We're seeing about half a million cases per week right now and close to 3000 deaths. So the COVID epidemic continues. Doctor gillick said this year's flu vaccine is proving effective and the new COVID shot is also mitigating the effects of that disease. In Washington nerve Chapman Bloomberg radio. The North American aerospace defense command or norad will once again track Santa Claus's annual flight around the globe to deliver toys to boys and girls. Norad has been tracking Santa since 1958, ensuring that Santa has a safe trip to all of his destinations. 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 Susanna Palmer. This Bloomberg. Bloomberg radio on demand and in your podcast feed. On the latest edition of the sound on podcasts, the conversation with Eli yokley senior reporter at morning consult on the most resonating stories this year. It's been quite a year. There's been a lot on Americans flights. This is the 5th year we've done this project. We call seeing red and herd. We based it on hundreds of surveys we conduct throughout the year. And so this year, we were watching the midterms we were watching everything happening with legislative action on capital hill. But one thing that's been true for the last 5 years of this project is the events of the moment stand out. I mean, this year the biggest news event and it's time was the shooting and you've all day Texas have an elementary school and that was followed by the fall of roe V wade and then the death of the queen. You know, all these stories that make the top three list hurricane ends up there too as well as the Russian invasion of Ukraine. All these stories in this top list are like made for TV moments and we remember wall to wall coverage earlier this year the Russian invasion or the two weeks of coverage are more of the queen's death. The one that stands out in terms of how we think about the midterms is probably row. Yes. And this was a decisive moment in the minds of the American people. It was a 50 year precedent change. It had big weight in terms of just news value. But then it also weighed on a lot of voters. Talking to you from Kansas City right now. Over in Overland Park, Kansas is sort of the heart of the abortion debate that this year. That's where we saw a lot of people respond pretty viscerally in quite a red state and voting to put abortion rights in the constitution cases. That was a big moment for the American people that stood out in a pretty big way. Get more of this and other conversations on the latest Bloomberg sound on podcast. Subscribe on Apple Spotify and anywhere else you get your podcasts. Plus listen anytime on the Bloomberg business

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"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | Last month

"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Funding bill cleared Congress this week, Biden said that bipartisan measure advances key priorities for the country and caps a year of historic bipartisan progress. He notes that among other things that will advance cutting edge research on cancer and help veterans. The legislation includes $858 billion in defense funding, along with 45 billion in emergency assistance to Ukraine and NATO allies. And monster Bloomberg radio. China reported 37 million new COVID cases in one day following its turnabout in policy, but COVID is still taking lives in the U.S. as well. Bloomberg's irv Chapman reports from Washington. The flu and another respiratory disease are coming atop the persistence of COVID professor Roy gillick of the wild Cornell medical college said in a Bloomberg interview. After Thanksgiving, we saw the number of COVID cases increase and were bracing for what might happen over the Christmas and new year's holidays. We're seeing about half a million cases per week right now. And close to 3000 deaths. So the COVID epidemic continues. I think said this year's flu vaccine is proving effective and a new COVID shot is also mitigating the effects of that disease. In Washington nerve Chapman, Bloomberg radio. The North American aerospace defense command or norad will once again track Santa Claus's annual flight around the globe to deliver toys to boys and girls. Norad has been tracking Santa since 1958, ensuring that Santa has a safe trip to all of his destinations. 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 Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg

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"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | Last month

"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Funding bill cleared Congress this week, Biden said the bipartisan measure advances key priorities for the country and caps a year of historic bipartisan progress. He notes that among other things that will advance cutting edge research on cancer and help veterans, the legislation includes $858 billion in defense funding, along with 45 billion in emergency assistance to Ukraine and NATO allies, and monster Bloomberg radio. China reported 37 million new COVID cases in one day following its turnabout in policy, but COVID is still taking lives in the U.S. as well. Bloomberg's irv Chapman reports from Washington. The flu and another respiratory disease are coming atop the persistence of COVID professor Roy gillick of the wild Cornell medical college set in a Bloomberg interview. After Thanksgiving, we saw the number of COVID cases increase and were bracing for what might happen over the Christmas in new year's holidays. We're seeing about half a million cases per week right now. And close to 3000 deaths. So the COVID epidemic continues. Doctor gillick said this year's flu vaccine is proving effective and the new COVID shot is also mitigating the effects of that disease. In Washington nerve Chapman Bloomberg radio. The North American aerospace defense command or norad will once again track Santa Claus's annual flight around the globe to deliver toys to boys and girls. Norad has been tracking Santa since 1958, ensuring that Santa has a safe trip to all of his destinations. 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 Susanna Palmer. This is

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"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:33 min | Last month

"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"North American aerospace defense command in Colorado Springs is reassuring children that this week's Arctic blast won't affect Santa's travel plans. More than 1500 norad volunteers are tracking Santa's trip online and on social media in a holiday tradition that began in 1955. Norad, Santa tracker went live on the command's website on Friday. I'm Julie Ryan. Triple-A says about 113 million people will be traveling this holiday season. If that number comes to fruition, it would be a post pandemic record nearing 2019 totals, which were at all time highs. So we're talking a massive Russia people. Maggie Vespa reports that number covers folks who are going 50 or more miles away from home between this Friday and January 2nd, a top official said workers on hybrid schedules are able to work remotely and extend their time away from home. The vast majority of those who are traveling will do so by car. DEA officials are celebrating a bust in Las Vegas, agen seized over 2000 fentanyl pills last week, hidden inside a hollowed out English dictionary. So far this year, the agency is confiscated nearly 400 million doses of fentanyl enough to kill every person in the United States. The annual reenactment of George Washington's famous Christmas crossing on the Delaware river will take place this weekend, event organizer Jennifer Martin expects up to 10,000 people on the banks of the Delaware on Christmas Day for a lot of people. There's nowhere they'd bet rather be than here on Christmas Day. This is the turning point of the American Revolution, the men

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"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:39 min | Last month

"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Funding bill cleared Congress this week, Biden said the bipartisan measure advances key priorities for the country and caps a year of historic bipartisan progress. He notes that among other things that will advance cutting edge research on cancer and help veterans. The legislation includes $858 billion in defense funding, along with 45 billion in emergency assistance to Ukraine and NATO allies. And monster Bloomberg radio. China reported 37 million new COVID cases in one day following its turnabout in policy, but COVID is still taking lives in the U.S. as well. Bloomberg's irv Chapman reports from Washington. The flu and another respiratory disease are coming atop the persistence of COVID professor Roy gillick of the wild Cornell medical college said in a Bloomberg interview. After Thanksgiving, we saw the number of COVID cases increase and were bracing for what might happen over the Christmas in new year's holidays. We're seeing about half a million cases per week right now and close to 3000 deaths. So the COVID epidemic continues. I think said this year's flu vaccine is proving effective and the new COVID shot is also mitigating the effects of that disease. In Washington nerve Chapman, Bloomberg radio. The North American aerospace defense command or norad will once again track Santa Claus's annual flight around the globe to deliver toys to boys and girls. Norad has been tracking Santa since 1958, ensuring that Santa has a safe trip to all of his destinations. 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 Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. On the latest edition of the Bloomberg surveillance podcast on his friend Scott miner, a conversation with bob diamond. I just already miss him terribly. He had the kindest soul of anyone I've ever worked with for every person who worked with. And Tom, it actually went before that to Morgan Stanley, Scott and I were in Morgan Stanley, New York. I moved to London in 88 to run international fixed income trading, the trading outside the U.S., Scott was good enough to leave his unit and come and join my unit, which was pretty new at the time. And when I think back at the incredible transaction we did during that period, not many people recall this, but we did the first European currency unit Bond ever issued in 1992 when Scott and I were at Morgan Stanley. Ironically, the issuer was the Bank of England, and it was certainly a precursor to all that came following that with the single currency and the introduction of the Euro in 1998. But that was just to me, just another example of how Scott was always at the very, very forefront of everything going on in the fixed income markets. Scarlet fu and our fed coverage have always seen how he's supple how he could change his mind as I say. He had a train of thought like a CPA, not like some fancy CFA macro baloney. But the answer is Scott minard for you and others, including Guggenheim, had to manage risk. What was the key risk attribute that he had daily on the desk at Morgan Stanley and in Credit Suisse? I think of a time at Credit Suisse. First of all, this is a man who loved studying the markets being the fed, always had a grasp on the macro environment. Catch more of this in other conversations on today's Bloomberg surveillance podcast. Subscribe to Apple Spotify, and anywhere else you get your podcasts. Please listen anytime. I'm Bloomberg dot com.

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"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:30 min | Last month

"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Funding bill cleared Congress this week, Biden said the bipartisan measure advances key priorities for the country and caps a year of historic bipartisan progress. He notes that among other things that will advance cutting edge research on cancer and help veterans. The legislation includes $858 billion in defense funding, along with 45 billion in emergency assistance to Ukraine and NATO allies. And monster Bloomberg radio. China reported 37 million new COVID cases in one day following its turnabout in policy, but COVID is still taking lives in the U.S. as well. Bloomberg's irv Chapman reports from Washington. The flu and another respiratory disease are coming atop the persistence of COVID professor Roy gillick of the wild Cornell medical college said in a Bloomberg interview. After Thanksgiving, we saw the number of COVID cases increase and were bracing for what might happen over the Christmas in new year's holidays. We're seeing about half a million cases per week right now. And close to 3000 deaths. So the COVID epidemic continues. Doctor gillick said this year's flu vaccine is proving effective and the new COVID shot is also mitigating the effects of that disease. In Washington nerve Chapman, Bloomberg radio. The North American aerospace defense command or norad will once again track Santa Claus's annual flight around the globe to deliver toys to boys and girls. Norad has been tracking Santa since 1958, ensuring that Santa has a safe trip to all of his destinations. 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 Susanna Palmer. This Bloomberg. Bloomberg radio on demand and in your podcast feed. On the latest edition of balance of power podcast, Glenn Hubbard, Professor of finance and economics at Columbia business school, gives us his take on the fed's likely reaction to the latest economic numbers. Remember that Milton Friedman taught us that monetary policy works with long and variable lags. So we're just beginning to see effects of previous policy actions. I guess as we'll see the fed slowed down and the pace, the smaller rate hikes going forward, but probably have to hold the level at a higher point around 5% than markets may have currently fought. Largely because I take the fed at its word that it wants to bring inflation down to 2% and do so quickly that requires a tighter policy. Glenn, one of the things you taught me is it's hard to talk about an inflation number or a growth number because there are different parts of the economy, that react differently. For example, we have numbers in housing that indicate that they're probably in a recession already in housing. On the other hand, the labor market seems to be very, very strong to this day. How do you put all that together as an economist to come up with a decision about where we're headed and what needs to be done? Great question. You'd expect housing and durable goods to move first as well as financial markets because higher interest rates definitely affect those. Services are most of the American economy and would be harder to slow. The labor market, as you said, is robust, although is getting somewhat weaker, there's really not much of a way for the fed to get to its goal without the labor market continuing to weaken otherwise inflation and wages, feeds into inflation and prices. So I think economists will continue to focus on the fed will continue to focus on the labor market. That's why I don't really expect the fed to take its foot off the brakes anytime soon. Get more of this and other conversations on the latest

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"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A 120 countries this is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update dozens of children separated from their family at the border are being brought back together but hundreds of children are still waiting to be reunified with their families Homeland Security secretary Alejandro mayorkas announced on Twitter over 100 kids separated under former president Trump's border policy were reunited with their families Airlines are blaming the COVID amaron bearing for a widespread flight cancellations united says it cancel 112 flights for Friday saying it will attempt to read book as many people as possible Delta cut 90 scheduled flights in Alaska canceled 17 flights Christmas Eve is here and that means Santa is on the move more from Mark Mayfield Norad the North American aerospace defense command is tracking his progress as it has done every year since 1955 Santa begins delivering presence in the South Pacific then heads west until he wraps up in Canada the U.S. Mexico and South America and he moves fast stopping at nearly 400,000 homes a minute Stock markets are closed today for Christmas I'm Michael kassner You're listening to Bloomberg business of sports from Bloomberg radio This is the Bloomberg business of sports show where we explore the big money issues in the world of sports I'm Michael Barr I'm scarlet fu And I'm Mike lynch And let's continue our conversation now with Steve Young he's the chairman of the board of integrity marketing group and of course Hall of Fame quarterback and I'm sorry I'm not going to let this one go Mike lynch and Steve Young were talking off air and it was a great story Lentil you gotta tell it again Well I'll make it really quick I played I was a quarterback in the kicker at Harvard and we were the defending Ivy League champions and we played in a rain storm I kicked the field goal to make it three to two in the third quarter Cornell had the ball in their own 15 yard line they snapped it over the kicker's head he retrieved it 9 yards deep in the end zone and just ran a 109 yards for a touchdown It was the only game Cornell one that year And at the end of the day they fired their coach whose name was George seifert And then he went to the coach's convention in St. Louis and Pete Carroll came in and saw him at the bar and he said I just got fired from Cornell I'll never get another coaching job again and he wound up being on the forty-niners staff and when Walsh waltz left that he whisked two world champions ships he coached for he was at redshift He did So and once you build one three and then George one two That's right And you made a trip to Cornell I understand every recruitment One of my pretty trips I took the 5 trips in 1980 was the Cornell and I joke to I've never been cold on palliative there but I was told I've ever been a tutorial valley but bob blackman was a coach and if they would have given scholarships I would have gone to Cornell But the idea didn't give scholarships It was like free versus $10,000 a year I choose free So that was my big chance to be in a Cornell quarterback I would have gone to Ivy League if they but they couldn't compete with the scholarship but Steve you and I could have been alums of the same school I'm so disappointed Well you were recruited to play at UNC but you chose to play for BYU Obviously you were recruited at Cornell as well I'm just curious How do you think BYU student Steve Young would handle name image and likeness It would be complex I mean I'm very early You can imagine you don't have 5 bucks for pizza as a student And all of a sudden you're battling for thousands if not tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars And you're seeing other guys getting it And then when does that age you have no sense of what it's going to be in the future It's just me I got dollars in my pocket today And so and that's super cool And then you guys buying cars You've got guys lots of money And then I just it's very complex situation A lot of colleges are trying to figure out how to make it more egalitarian and kind of take the NIL for the team football is not going to look like that But I think some of the best programs I've seen is when they'll do an NIL for the whole woman's volleyball team Vince golf team Something like that And then kind of share it because I think that's the hard part is that when somebody in football is making lots of money running around campus And somebody is not It just makes it much more It's just it adds complexity to an already tough situation It can be a locker room divider can it A 100% You've got to be really on top of it as opposed to this got to be something that they spend a lot of time trying to figure out Because it can absolutely break locker rooms Or like anything that's complex it can actually develop some magic and do something really cool So the idea that we're putting money in people's pockets that they're playing the game is I'm not against it But I see it as an opportunity but a complex opportunity You had a lot of pride when we started the show and you were talking about your business and it's something that always kind of warms my heart because I love any entrepreneur who's willing to put it out there whether it's what you're doing or whether it's a guy owning a pizzeria or whatever it's that person that business owners saying this is mine This is what I'm trying to do That spirit of entrepreneurship Can you expand more on that and what we were talking about Yeah and I think that that's what makes America great Innovation and the opportunity to do that You travel around the world there's not a lot of environments where that's encouraged or allowed or embraced And so it's awesome And we need to really guard it entrepreneurial innovative spirit is like very important to and we can go into long as geopolitical conversation around just like what makes what makes America a great country and despite our affordable despite all our mess ups despite all of our flaws there are some things that really make it great And this is one of the main ones So we got a guarded But I guess what we're talking about today is I did this I own it I clotted out of the I tell any Don entrepreneur Any founder anybody that started a business there's nothing harder And when they've done it I think my cap to them And that's my business today is getting to know these folks that are doing this Many women that are clotted out of nothing and there's something amazing about it But I guess what I'm saying is that spirit of its mind and I did it needs to expand and kind of take the approach of Bill Walsh like yes but I can share it I can pay it forward I can figure out ways to embrace it for other people who can create an entrepreneurial spirit in their own way It might not be literally starting a business but starting your own careers and how I can give them this goes back this equity idea and what Brian did a couple of years ago it's really it's a flowering effect that even as I speak about it I know.

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"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"And lily drugs, but they're building it back up. Guys, Meg, we were talking a little bit earlier about this idea of whether you could get the defense production act in place, and that could actually create a lot more volume of the Pfizer drug. As you just said, 10 million doses by the summer, 10 million doses by the summer, maybe too late. When we talk to Scott golly about this, he seems to suggest there was still a 6 month lag in terms of even if you started right now. It would take 6 months to really be able to ramp properly. The question is, is if you start now, it may be that by the time of the summer, you could get to a 100 million if you really went to it. Is there a resistance by Pfizer to do that? Well, certainly companies never like when the defense production act is used to force them to do something. Sometimes it could be beneficial to them because it puts them in the front of the line for materials and supplies. We saw that with the vaccines it was helpful to the companies if they were on that end, but it also has knocked down effects. Other drugs get pushed to the side. So it's something that people in the industry hope is used very precisely. In terms of the supply, though, Pfizer did increase its full year forecast for supply for the world to a 120 million courses yesterday up from 80 million. The U.S. is only order 10 million at this point. Could we see them increase that and when could more get delivered is a big question, but Doctor Fauci did talk yesterday about how complicated this drug is to manufacture and that it does have that time of 6 to 8 months for the active ingredient. And then finally there's an incentive question, which you just raised, which is those that are unvaccinated are almost I don't want to say have a greater incentive, but in some ways they will probably have access to this drug before those who are vaccinated. It's sort of the anti incentive to get vaccinated. I don't know if you read yesterday Chapman online, had made this statement that got a lot of people very upset, which was that he said, basically, that unvaccinated people should not be taken care of. I don't think anybody agrees with that, but how do you change that incentive structure in this case? Yeah, it's a real problem. It's an ethical question, but something we saw with the antibody drugs when they were in short supply too. If you got a prioritize the highest risk folks, that's folks who don't have the vaccine, so we'll have to see how that plays out in these treatment guidelines. Complicated stuff. Meg, thank you. Appreciate it. We have something of a holiday tradition on squawk box, checking in annually with the top secret military mission at norad, the North American aerospace defense command. Which fields thousands of tips and questions from the public about a certain flying object every December 24th. Santa was spotted over Petersen Air Force Base, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Let's get back to Becky. The recent boom in space tourism has the skies more crowded than ever, but that isn't deterring our next guest and her team from their mission of tracking Santa's voyage around the world on Christmas Eve. Let's welcome this morning, U.S. Air Force captain, sable Brown, who is a public affairs officer at the North American aerospace defense command, which is otherwise known as norad. She's also a member of the norad track Santa team. This, by the way, is the 66th year that norad is going to be tracking Santa's global journey and captain, thank you for being with us today. I would imagine that this job has gotten a lot more difficult over those 66 years because there's so much more stuff in the air, including all of the stuff that's in space right now. How are you guys doing this? How are you handling it? Well, thank you for having me, Becky, and yes, the job of watching the United States and Canada's skies is a little bit tougher, but we're able to keep up with it by working with our partners and allies around the world and in regards to tracking Santa. It takes a lot of contributors and a lot of volunteers to get that job done and they are happy to do it every year. So how do you guys do this? Let's track through all the technology that you have to actually watch Santa as he goes around the globe because this is something little kids have been so curious about for forever. Right. And when we get children that call in the op center, we give them all the answers about how norad tracks Santa every year. And it starts when he makes his first movements out of the North Pole. The radar in the northern Canadian and northern Alaskan Arctic area track him with those north warning satellites. And then as he moves west across the international date line, are satellites can watch the infrared signature from Rudolph's red nose as he flies around the world. And when he makes it back to Canada and the United States are fighter escort pilots, make sure to give him a wave and safely escorted him through North American airspace and then he heads back home to the North Pole to get ready for next year. I know we can all follow along by watching on the Internet on the website. How many people actually call into the limestone? Back in 2019, we had over a 150,000 calls. The phone never stops ringing. What do kids say when they call in? And how did this whole thing start by the way? Well, it started back in 1955 when there was a misprinted ad for a department store saying that children can call Santa at a certain phone number. But the misprint actually led to the conad back then it was continental air defense command. The call center there, a red phone that colonel Harry shop famously picked up and he went along with the call and so did the rest of his crew all night and that's how the tradition of norad tracks Santa got started. Well, it's a great tradition and we appreciate you all keeping it up this year. We'll be watching and we know you all will too as Santa takes off on Christmas Eve. Captain Brown, thank you so much for joining us. And good luck to you and your staff with handling all these calls this year. Thank you. And happy holidays and hope to see you tracking Santa with us. Merry Christmas, we will be. I haven't seen Christmas vacation, the movie this year. That's an annual app might be my favorite. I think, just because of cousin Eddie because of Randy Quaid, but you remember where they're at the table and Clark griswold says you know sand has been spotted coming across the border there. And he looks at him and just goes, are you serious, Clark? Exactly. But there's about a hundred lines from that movie that I use, I think of some of the other ones I've been using. Oh, yeah. Jelly of the month club. Jelly of the month club, given out, didn't get a bonus, already broke ground. Gift that keeps going giving every year every week, every month. Next, on squawk pod, don't let champagne problems ruin your holiday. Bubbly shortages hitting liquor stores, but food and wine's ray aisle says there are plenty of options if you know where to look. People love rose rosa champagne to have a little more body in a power to them. They can be great as a dinnertime wine, a roast chicken and a rose champagne fantastic. It's been quite a 2021, so let's raise a glass. After this. You gotta take a listen to this. It's squawk pod. That's right, CNBC's flagship business news show is a podcast. Squawk pot. It is not just the show, folks. It might be even better because it's only audio. 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"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on CNN 5 Things

CNN 5 Things

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on CNN 5 Things

"Fez jimmy with the five things you need to know for wednesday september twenty second. The house has passed a stopgap bill to keep the government running through december third. The bill also suspends a nation's boring limit for more than a year and provides more than twenty eight billion dollars in funding for disaster relief and more than six billion dollars in assistance for afghan refugees. The measure now faces an uphill battle in the senate. Here's republican senate minority leader mitch. Mcconnell since democrats solder to go it alone they will not get senate republicans help with rising if it doesn't pass in the senate. The house majority leader. Steny hoyer on tuesday said he may take measures for the government runs out of funding next week. Brazil's health minister has tested positive for kovic nineteen while in new york for the united nations general. Assembly officials say marcelo. Quiroga is doing well and other members of the brazilian delegation tested. Negative for the virus quiroga says he has been vaccinated with a chinese-made corona vaccine. But it's not clear when he got the shot no quarantine in new york for fourteen days. There were concerns before the general assembly. That it would be a super spreader event and the. Us government sent out a letter to encourage world leaders to consider joining virtually but more than one hundred heads of state and government officials arrived in person for the event with some of them unvaccinated including the president of brazil. And staying with the un. A small aircraft was intercepted over the hudson river yesterday. According to the faa and north american aerospace defense command the plane violated a temporary flight restriction in place for the un general assembly. The faa says the small sesamoid eighty two plane entered the airspace around two pm. Yesterday it was intercepted by f sixteen fighter jet and was escorted out of the airspace without incident turns out that plane is on only owned by the us military academy at west point but the aircraft was flown by a us military instructor pilot. The academy said in a statement. He says it's investigating a magnitude five point. Nine earthquake struck australia on wednesday. The epicenter was in the state of victoria near the country's second largest city of melbourne according to the victorian state emergency service residents described their shock and surprise as houses across the city began to shake in a city. That hasn't had an earthquake of this size in decades. Cnn meteorologist pedram. Jerry says quakes of this strength aren't common in australia notice. This one comes in just shy of eighty six point. That happens once every ten years so the event is rather rare. The quake was felt as far away as sydney about six hundred miles away. There have been no reports of injuries and michael jackson. Memorabilia seized from politicians house. In equatorial guinea will be used to pay for kovic nineteen vaccines in the country. This comes after a settlement agreement between the us and the country's vice president who was accused of acquiring assets in the country with ill-gotten gains he has disputed those claims some of the assets confiscated include luxury vehicles and a pair of two hundred seventy five thousand dollar jewel encrusted gloves. Belonging to michael jackson. Nearly twenty seven million dollar seized from the items will be given to the un.

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"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"north american aerospace defense command" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"What's first, Josh? Only hours after the bodies of 13 fallen American heroes were transferred to Dover Air Force Base and what the military calls a dignified transfer. Our nation's vice president suggested to the State Department that America hold a candlelight vigil to memorialize valiant Taliban and Isis freedom fighters. Who had sacrificed their lives defending their homeland. I don't know where to start with This is totally insulting to all our military personnel who fought the terrorists. These terrorists weren't fighting for anyone's freedom, including their own. Their culture is Islamist dictatorship. That statement is beyond stupid. She needs to be impeached. U. S. MILITARY BASES HOUSING Afghanistan evacuees are building their own city type leadership organizations to deal with sanitation, food and other challenges as the numbers of Afghans coming into the US grows. Air Force General Glenn Van Herck, who heads U. S Northern Command, said there were over 25,000 Afghan evacuees being housed at the bases. He acknowledged there have been problems at the bases as they grapple with language, cultural and other issues. He said that he's building eight small cities. We're going to have challenges, he said, the basis of designated in military officer as a mayor to be in charge of a couple dorms or housing units. And an Afghan counterpart who can communicate about any ongoing issues, he said. Northern Command has asked the D O D for additional linguists who are fluent and can speak with the Afghans. Our military will eventually be able to house as many as 50,000 Afghanistan. Evacuees at the eight bases around the country and it won't likely need to tap additional facilities, said General Van Herck, who is also the head of the North American Aerospace Defense Command, or NORAD. Afghans at the bases are divided with single males and single females in separate housing and families walled off in their own sections, where possible to provide privacy. This seems to be a very valid way to treat these people since we don't seem to be doing a very good job in ensuring that these Afghans are really in the group that we promised to bring here. There are likely some active terrorists in the group. Dealing with them will be a challenge. In the final days of the withdrawal, the US balanced loading or destroying equipment with the need to evacuate people out of Afghanistan. Some of the equipment was taken out on flights demilitarized at the airport or destroyed in controlled blasts. A U. S official confirmed to CBS News last week that our military was conducting controlled explosions of ammunition at the airport to lighten the airlift load before departing. The pieces that were left behind at the airport and demilitarized were either too big, like the M raps, which can weigh 14 tons or were old pieces of equipment belonging to the now toppled Afghan air force that were largely defunct, anyway. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said. Quote they can't operate them. We made sure to demilitarize to make unusable all the gear that is at the airport. The only thing we left operable are a couple of fire trucks and forklifts so that the airport can remain more operational going forward, end quote. There is still equipment outside the airport that the Taliban took control of when it overran the Afghan forces in the lead up to the fall of Kabul on August 15th. Kirby said. Our military does not have an exact inventory of the equipment. The Taliban now has Our military and coalition partners evacuated over 123,000 civilians and what was the largest non combatant evacuation in our military's history? The operation ended one minute before the deadline of August 31st on the East Coast. The mission ended without completing the evacuation of U. S citizens and many vulnerable Afghans. There's a lot of heartbreak associated with this departure. We did not get everybody out that we wanted to get out. All told the Pentagon left behind tens of billions of dollars worth of equipment given to Afghan security forces, the U. S government spent $83 billion to train and equip the Afghan army, according to the special inspector general for Afghanistan, reconstruction. The Pentagon and White House had maintained that Afghan army ranks totaled 300,000 soldiers, but in reality, there were far fewer. So our government decided to abandon all this equipment and many Americans in Afghan allies just to run away by a fixed date. Why didn't we have changed the date? Why didn't we start taking things out? Months or years ago? You know, like the Russians did when they pulled out a couple of decades ago, We left a lot of working equipment. There we look like and are total losers. This is a total disaster by every standard. Oh, and I've spoken to some of the people still actually getting our people out their biggest problem. Our State Department. And that's the news. As Americans is our responsibility to ensure that our nation is well run and on the right path. Politics and politicians are confusing, but we can work together. Concerned Veterans for America can assist you in getting involved and getting our nation back on track. Working with them is one of the things I do. Check C v the number 48 dot org. That's C V the number four a dot org This is Colonel Danny Gillam coming up on front lines of freedom all share comments by the colonel. They will enjoy some warrant wisdom. Then.

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