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"november 30th" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Episodes, very amusing. Okay. What was it again, silly string? Yeah. I can't believe I didn't take silly string seriously. Short stuff, the burner street hoax, chuck's daughter's love of the songs, girls just want to have fun. And her brief only girls want to have fun and boys do not. That's still ongoing, by the way. Is it really? Yeah. September 6th about Mallory and Mount Everest. Oh, not a tangent, but chuck casley mentioned the rope trauma. Josh Bros pat bush passed it without asking what happened to chuck's dismay. At that point, chuck refused, chuck, he should say, became a big baby. And refused to tell the story of what happened, despite Josh asking repeatedly, chuck said it'll take it to his grave. Classic SYS came on. I had a license place work, chuck's incredulity, sorry. The Josh didn't know what serif about sans serif. He should say chuck was a big jerk about the fact that Josh didn't know that. That was the one you apologized about later, right? I did. I felt bad about that. Don't feel bad. No one ever wants to be told. What you know? I mean, he just made me feel bad all over again. And then finally, from just recently in November 30th, on goosebumps, whether all or just some of the members of the band Boston went to school at MIT. Did we ever figure that out? They definitely did not, but I didn't look it up. I just knew that. Oh, well, that was very nice of you to just gently walk past it later on. Thanks, Ian Bauer's, once again, this is a lot of fun. We'll read them again next year.
The Fed Is Scared of Stock Market Animal Spirits
"Today we are going into the macro realm because remember, before there was the wrecking ball of Luna and then three AC and then Sam and now maybe Barry? There was the macro environment and the fed just tanking all risk assets. In fact, this week we had something of an anniversary. Yesterday we got the fed meeting minutes from December and the meeting minutes are kind of a chance for the Federal Reserve to give extra nuggets of information to drive markets in the direction they want. It's not an accident that they're released weeks after the actual FOMC meeting. They're used as yet another tool of self fulfilling prophecy. So if the fed thinks the markets didn't get the message they were trying to send well enough or got it too well, they can recalibrate. This happened in dramatic fashion in January of last year in 2022. In December 2020 one, the fed confirmed that their FOMC meeting, what everyone anticipated, that rate hikes were coming in 2022. In fact, that confirmation drove markets higher as pretty much everyone in the market thought that the fed had waited too long to hike rates at that point. What markets didn't anticipate was that in addition to rate hikes, the Federal Reserve actually anticipated starting to reduce the size of the balance sheet in 2022 as well. In other words, a shift from quantitative easing to quantitative tightening. This was surprising because after the fed's last period of QE, it took years to actually start to move to balance sheet normalization and eventually reduction. So to do it in just months after rate hikes began would be a dramatic shift. Here's how macro analysts and trader Alex Krueger put it back then. This is excerpted from a thread that he published on January 9th, 2022, almost exactly a year ago. There has been a very fundamental shift at the Federal Reserve. The fed has flipped decidedly hawkish. Their main worry is not employment. It is inflation. And to fight inflation, the fed has to increase interest rates. It all started with Powell's inflation no longer transitory comment of November 30th. And culminated with the FOMC minutes released on Wednesday, where fed officials discussed faster balance sheet normalization.
Litecoin Continues To Surge As Hash Rate Records New ATH How About LTC Price
"8 a.m. Monday, December 5th, 2022. Litecoin continues to surge his hash rate records new ATH how about LTC price? Litecoin LTC was among the few bright spots for the crypto market which had to endure the negative effects of the collapse of the FTX exchange platform. In the midst of one of the worst implosions that the space has ever witnessed, LTC momentarily became vulnerable, plummeting all the way down to 49.58. But the cryptocurrency stood its ground, though, while the likes of Bitcoin and Ethereum were sent crashing to various monthly lows and eventually commenced its own rally to close November on a high note. As a result, litecoin exited last month with an index price of 76.52 and registered an impressive jump of 24 within a 30 day period. The altcoin is also performing well during the first days of December. At the time of this writing, according to tracking from Coen gecko, the digital coin is changing hands at 83.11 with an uptick of 10.8 in the last 7 days. Related reading TRO and unfazed by decreasing volumes, tallies 1 billion in USD T inflow litecoin has a healthy blockchain, but holders fail to make profit aside from the sustained surge in trading price, LTC is also witnessing positive developments in other areas. For instance, according to data shared by coin wars, the assets mining hash rate has once again hit another all time high, peaking at 613.81 THS. Within four months the litecoin blockchain has recovered from the decline it experienced back in July, rallying by 64. Image crypto telegram moreover, as of December 3rd, the define network has established its highest difficulty level since going online, recording a block height of 2 million 379,900 to 25. The average difficulty of litecoin blockchain translates to a value of 19.52 million according to miss Ari. Meanwhile, profitability was one gray area for the altcoin, as most of its holders were unable to make profit from their investment during the previous month. As of November 30th, LTC had a 30 day moving average of 149,000 for its network realized profit loss NPL. In addition, during the same time, litecoin had a 28 market value to realized value mvr V ratio. This indicated that despite the crypto experiencing price growth in November, some of its investors still held at a loss. Price decline could happen for LTC within next few days, although LTC managed to block the effects of the crypto market meltdown that was triggered by the FTX implosion. There is a possibility that the acid may experience price correction soon. According to the forecast of online cryptocurrency information provider coin cadets, this could happen within the next 5 days with LTC losing almost 8 of its value to change hands at 76.33. Moreover, 30 days from now, the crypto is expected to recover a bit and trade at 80.75, although this value is also lower than the current one it has. Related reading what's in store for cardano this December will ADA be merry before Christmas LTC total market cap at 5.9 billion on the daily chart featured image insurance of, shark treating view dot com.
Russias Sber Bank Integrates MetaMask With Blockchain Platform
"11 a.m. Friday, December 2nd, 2022. Russia's spare bank integrates meta mask with blockchain platform. Russian banking giant spare plans to be fully compatible with the Ethereum's defy ecosystem. In a November 30th announcement, spares said that it was integrating crypto wallet meta mask with its. The post Russia's spare bank integrates meta mask with blockchain platform appeared first on unchained podcast
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Atlantic hurricane season ends with 14 named storms
"It's farewell to the Atlantic hurricane season. I'm Lisa dwyer. The Atlantic hurricane season that had 14 named storms has officially ended, leaving residents in the Florida keys to celebrate, even as others around Florida and Puerto Rico continued to grapple with the damage caused by hurricanes, Ian Nicole and Fiona. The 2022 season had an unusually calm first half but made up for that with three destructive hurricanes in the second half, ending the season with an average number of named storms, the official season runs from June 1st until November 30th. I'm Lisa dwyer
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Home for the holidays: Rockefeller tree arrives in NYC
"The Rockefeller center Christmas tree is up in New York City ushering in the holiday season but not yet lit up Spectators oh and all on the Plaza at Rockefeller center as the 82 foot tall 50 foot wide tree went up Saturday It comes from Neil liber wits queensbury New York property From what I can see it certainly made it down here very intact And I think it's going to look great once it's tough The Norway spruce was there for about 90 years The family donated it after the Rockefeller center Gardner scouted it The thought never crossed our mind that there was any interest in this tree I mean it was just there And now it's here and we'll be decorated with 50,000 multi colored lights and lit up on November 30th Julie Walker New York
"november 30th" Discussed on KTRH
"Westwood watches and Trump's and watches on for Southeast Texas but already starting to see some trucks from warnings now arrive from Brazoria Medic Order Counties Hurricane Watch. Also, in effect, Medic order as Nicholas continues to inch his way toward the Texas coast or cloudy of period showers and storms arriving lows. Drop down low seventies chance rain 6%. An 80% chance for showers. Storms Monday Heavy rainfall high low eighties watch for trump storm conditions possible Monday night and Tuesday. Tuesday's high low eighties. I mean, there's Tod Burke Weather Channel. It's partly cloudy and 75 now at the town tax defenders 25, Our Weather center. 31 our top story. On Sunday, the National Hurricane Center upgraded the system in the Gulf of Mexico to travel Storm Nicholas looks like it's going to hug the coast of Texas and head right for Houston late Tuesday arrival for the brunt of it. Jeff Blender at the Harris County Emergency Management says We can expect some flooding. Flooding is certainly going to be A possibility as we go into Monday and Monday night, and then we'll have to see the The good news is the grounds are dry. We've been relatively dry lately. So we are going to be able to handle some of this rain fall initially, but as the grounds begin to saturate, that's where certain level is going to go up with the runoff potential increasing and how that affects the preaching the buyers and right now it's just too soon to say, if any Krieger by Iowa have issues because it's just It's still uncertain were exactly the heaviest rain. It's going to fall hurricane watches in place from Puerto ranches to Sergeant Governor Greg Abbott is also got his storm response assets at the ready for any area that may be hit hard by Nicholas And of course, we've reached the peak of hurricane season. We now have 14 named storms so far, including Tropical Storm Nicholas heading towards us. And last week, Mindy, which made landfall in the Florida Panhandle, female administrator, the end Chris Well reminds us to. It's never too late to have a plan in place. The threat from these tropical storms isn't just the Coastal areas. They can produce rain well inland that can Gaza additional flooding, depending on where you're at Noah. Forecasters predict there will be 15 to 21 named storms before the season ends. November 30th with 7 to 10 hurricanes in 3 to 5 major storms. The US Customs and Border Patrol reporting fewer encounters in August, but agents still took in 195,000 illegal aliens last month, South Texas Democrat Henry Cuellar says it's clear the rhetoric from the White House continues.
"november 30th" Discussed on KTRH
"Before the season ends. November 30th with 7 to 10, hurricanes and 3 to 5 major storms. U S Customs and Border Patrol, responding reporting fewer encounters in August, but agents still took in 185,000 illegal aliens last month, South Texas Democrat Henry Cuellar says it's clear the rhetoric from the White House continues to be a pull factor drawing people here impression is that the borders open that impression is the message that's weird down there. And people start coming over. They are praised the Supreme Court's recent decision to reinstate Trump's remain in Mexico policy following July's record 212,000 illegal crossings. The global chip shortage continues to drive down the sales. GM at first, GM said the shortage of microchips would cut their auto production by 100,000 units in North America in the second half of this year. Now, General Motors is doubling that figure nearly all of their plants or extending down times as the global demand for chips outpaces the supply. Even with the slowdowns, the company still thinks it can beat profit projections between 11 and $13 Billion. I'm Rory O Neill. And President Biden continues to face criticism after announcing new coronavirus vaccine mandates Foxes marked MEREDITH has more President Biden is brushing off this criticism from some Republicans against his new vaccine mandates. We heard from the surgeon general today who said these mandates are not only needed but being welcomed by some employers. We know the government is trying to roll out a mandate that will require companies with more than 100 employees be vaccinated or those employees who opt out will have to undergo testing every week. We also know that the federal government wants to Expand the vaccine requirements for federal workers and contractors and the T s A is going to be doubling the minimum fine for people who violate the mask mandate after flying on the train or on a bus. President Biden, disclosing that the only way to avoid the mandate is to claim an exemption on either religious or medical grounds are next updates at 1 30. I'm Eric Sharpe. NewsRadio 7 40 Ktrh. This view was worth the hike right And it's a good way to stay.
"november 30th" Discussed on KTRH
"Watches and Trump Stone watches out for Southeast Texas but already starting to see some trucks from warnings now arrive from Brazoria, Matagorda counties Hurricane watch, also, in effect, Medic order as Nicholas continues to inch his way toward the Texas coast. We're cloudy period. Showers and storms arriving lows. Drop down low seventies chance. Rain 6% in 80% Chance for showers and storms Monday. Heavy rainfall high low eighties wise for trump storm conditions possible Monday night and your Tuesday Tuesday's highs low eighties I mean, draws Todd Bork Weather channel. We've got rain showers throughout the Houston area, including here in the gallery, a light range 75 at the top tax defenders 20 Forever. Weather Center. It is one Oh one. Now our top story on Sunday the National Hurricane Center, upgrading the system in the Gulf of Mexico to Tropical Storm Nicholas looks like it's going to hug the coast of Texas and head right for Houston. Late Tuesday arrival for the brunt of it. Jeff Flender Harris County Emergency Management says We can expect some flooding street flooding is certainly going to be a possibility as we go into Monday and Monday night. Um then we'll have to see the good news is the grounds are dry. We've been relatively dry lately, so we are going to be able to handle some of those rainfall initially. But as the grounds begin to saturate, that's where for certain level is going to go up with the runoff potential increasing and how that affects the preaching the buyers and right now it's just too soon to say if any creature violent have issues because it's just it's still uncertain exactly the heaviest rain. It's going to fall. Hurricane watches in place from Puerto ranches to Sergeant and governor Greg Abbott has storm response has sets at the ready for any areas that may be hit hard by the storm. We've reached the peak of hurricane season with 14 named storms so far, including Tropical Storm Nicholas heading our way. Last week, Mindy that made landfall in the Florida Panhandle. FEMA administrator Deanne Chris. Well, reminds us. It's never too late to have a plan from these tropical storms isn't just the coastal areas they can produce Rain well inland. That can Gaza additional sweating depending on where you're at Noah. Forecasters predict that there will be 15 to 21 named storms before the season ends. November 30th with 7 to 10, hurricanes and 3 to 5 major storms. U S Customs and Border Patrol, responding reporting fewer encounters in August, but agents still took in 185,000 illegal aliens last month, South Texas Democrat Henry Cuellar says it's clear the rhetoric from the White House.
"november 30th" Discussed on KTRH
"21 named storms before the season ends. November 30th with 7 to 10 Hurricanes 3 to 5 major storms. U S Customs and Border Patrol reporting fewer encounters in August, but agents still took in 195,000 illegal aliens last month, South Texas Democrat Henry Cuellar says it's clear that the rhetoric from the White House Continues to pull be a pull factor drawing people here. The impression is that the borders open that impression is the message that's heard down there and people start coming over. Graveyard praised the Supreme Court's recent decision to reinstate Trump's remained in Mexico policy following July's record 212,000 illegal crossings Oh ktrh news time is 11 03. The global chip shortage continues to drive down the sale and General Motors at first, GM said the shortage of microchips would cut their auto production by 100,000 units in North America. In the second half of this year. Now, General Motors is doubling that figure nearly all of their plants or extending down times as the global demand for chips outpaces the supply. Even with the slowdowns, the company still thinks it can meet profit projections between 11 and $13 Billion. I'm Rory O Neill, the Houston Texans are undefeated for the season. So far, they won their very first regular season game and with the new head coach David Cully, final homesites Hometown scored 37 21 over The Jacksonville Jaguars today. Houston will travel to Cleveland next Sunday for a new match up with the Browns. The Astros closed out the series of the Angels of 3 to 1 to win admit it made Sunday They traveled to Arlington destroyed a series of the Rangers Monday night. Ktrh will carry that game in its entirety, starting at seven o'clock. Next updates at 11 30. I'm Eric Sharpe. NewsRadio 7 40 Ktrh. I want to introduce you. The Thundercats Technology. Thunder. Cat Technology is a premier provider of solutions not only for government organizations but educational institutions and commercial enterprises as a leader.
"november 30th" Discussed on KTRH
"Westwood watches and Trump's from watches on for Southeast Texas but already starting to see some trucks from warnings now arrived for Brazoria Matagorda counties. Hurricane watch, also in effect, medical order, as Nicholas continues to inch his way toward the Texas coast. We're cloudy of period. Showers and storms arriving lows. Drop down low seventies chance. Rain 6% an 80% chance for showers and storms Monday. Heavy rainfall high low eighties wise for truck storm conditions possible Monday night and your Tuesday Tuesday's highs low eighties. I mean, there's Tod Burke Weather Channel. We are seeing rain showers in Galveston. Right now it's 77 on the island. Otherwise, it's just partly cloudy Here in the Galleria 81 at the top tax defenders 24 hour Weather Center that's going to change over the next course of the next couple of hours. Ktrh news time 11. Oh, one, of course, our top story. Earlier today. Sunday, the National Hurricane Center upgraded the system in the Gulf of Mexico to now. Tropical Storm Nicholas. It looks like it's gonna hug the coast of Texas and had right for Houston late Tuesday arrival for the brunt of everything. Jeff Lender, the Harris County Emergency Management says We can expect some flooding from this street. Fighting is certainly going to be A possibility. As we go into Monday and Monday night, and then we'll have to see the The good news is the grounds are dry. We've been relatively dry lightly, so we are going to be able to handle some of this rain fall initially. But as the grounds begin to saturate, that's where for certain level is going to know what, um, with the runoff potential, increasing and how that affects the creature, the buyers and right now it's just too soon to say if any Krieger violent have issues because it's just it's still uncertain exactly the heaviest frame. It's going to fall hurricane watches in place from Puerto ranches to Sergeant and governor Greg Abbott has storm response assets at the ready for any area that may be hit hard by the storm. We've reached the peak of hurricane season 14 named storms Now that Nicholas is, uh, has been named, including, Of course, Tropical Storm Nicholas. Heading towards Texas. Last week, Mindy was making landfall. The Florida Panhandle administrator, the end Chris Well, reminding us it's never too late to have a plan from these tropical storms isn't just the Coastal areas. They can produce rain well inland that can Gaza additional sweating depending on where you're at. We know it too well. Noah. Forecasters predict there will be 15 to 21 named storms before the season ends. November 30th with 7 to 10 Hurricanes 3 to 5 major storms. U S Customs and Border Patrol reporting fewer encounters in August, but agents still took in 195,000 illegal aliens last month, South Texas Democrat Henry Cuellar says it's clear that the rhetoric from the White House.
"november 30th" Discussed on WTVN
"Major League teams combined to score 25 runs and blow out wins. Try blasting Detroit, 13 to 5. Cleveland pounded 19. It's Jose Ramirez, three for five with a homer and five RBS Austin Hedges went deep as well. The Reds trailed 42 in the seventh when Nick Cast Seattle's hit a Grand slam since he poured it on from there. Scoring six more times in the eighth. They end up thumping Philadelphia's well forecast. Yannos three, It's and a career high seven RBS Clippers had the night off. They opened a series in Toledo tonight. Meanwhile, tribe slugger Fran will raise on a rehab assignment with Eclipse will stay with the team for the rest of the week. If all goes well, the Indians may call him up this weekend. More interesting scheduling news for the basketball Buckeyes. Ohio State to host Duke on November 30th. It's just Dukes second visit to Columbus under legendary head coach Mike Chefs. He who is retiring after this season. NBA PLAYOFFS The L. A Clippers takedown. Phoenix closing to win three games to two in the NBA Western finals HOCKEY Tampa Bay trying to repeat as champs off to a good start in the Stanley Cup finals. They beat Montreal 5 to 1 and the countdown to the grand opening of New Cruise Stadium continues. Ribbon cutting ceremonies are scheduled today. First game in lower dot com Field Saturday against New England from the central Ohio Honda Dealer Sports Radio 6 10 W T. V s still have time to sit in every seat before the game On Saturday. I part of crew Week Why not 7 49 traffic and weather together? From 10 star heating or Excuse me before we do traffic, Let's get into the newsroom. Scott Scott, What are you working on for eight o'clock a Brandon, with the search continuing for survivors of Thursday's building collapse in Florida Senator Rick Scott's explaining what actions can be taken at the federal and state level to prevent another collapse. Every building everybody's got to take this seriously.
"november 30th" Discussed on WTVN
"Reached a bipartisan agreement with senators last week. More than 47 million people expected to travel this holiday weekend, making it the second busiest Fourth of July on record. There will be traffic of Triple A's Jeanette McGee says. There's a way to beat it. The road trip is going to be strong. Roads are going to be heavily trafficked. So where you can get out of town early or leave later? That's probably going to be your best bet to avoid heavy heavy traffic. Also, if you're flying this weekend, she says, Expect long lines getting through the TSH checkpoints and arrive at the airport at least three hours before your scheduled flight use radio 6 10 w T V N Sports. Lots of offense for the unions have Reds Last night. The tribe smoke Detroit 13 to 5 pounding out 19 hits. Jose Ramirez had three of them, including a home run. Red scored for the seventh and Six and the eight to blow open a close game something Philadelphia 12 4 Nick Castano's had to go ahead Grand Slam in the seventh Clippers were off. They open a series in Toledo tonight, retiring to coach Mike Stachowski will make one more visit to Columbus. Coach K and his Blue Devils will visit the Buckeyes on November 30th in the Big 10 A C C challenge and ribbon cutting ceremonies today at the new Crew Stadium. Ahead of the first game on Saturday from the central Ohio Hannity Sports Test Mat, According radio 6 10 w T V. N I'm Scott Jennings stay connected the Columbus in central Ohio on the hour 30 minutes passed and as news breaks on human again today was scattered thunderstorms this afternoon. The high 92 sunshine now in 73, to remind pet owners that progressive covers pets on your auto policy at no extra charge. We're making a really cute, pet themed radio commercial. You hear that snoring to sleeping puppies? Oh, they're awake, and they're heading over to that cute, chubby baby. That's just sitting there. What? Oh, now they're looking his face. Words will never do this justice. You'll just have to picture it Get coverage for your pets with an auto policy from progressive progressive if the insurance company affiliate's coverage for captain dogs included in the purchase of collision coverage in the subject policy term With Jiffy Lube Baltic air..
"november 30th" Discussed on Z104
"I think I asked if these storms are coming earlier and getting stronger. Andrew was back in the very early nineties, and at the time there was a strong El Nino that was in effect. So what happens during an El Nino year for the Atlantic Sea surface temperatures are very minimal and wind share values begin. With Andrew. That year was particularly cool in all of the Atlantic, so a lot of people became what I like to call hurricane amnesia that they don't recognize that you're still vulnerable. Even if the hurricane season isn't starting until late August that significance. A lot of people were caught off guard with Andrew. And plus it evolved and grew so rapidly. And we can get into this for hours. But there were a lot of forecast that we're wrong, saying that it would turn before it would hit the Florida coastline. But now let's go all the way to where we are now seven consecutive years, and it's including this year that we have seen an early start to the hurricane season. Hurricane season generally runs from Jean first all the way to November 30th because during this time period these are the prime conditions form sea surface temperatures, minimal vertical wind share. You know the story Prior to these months we see cooler temperatures were coming out of winter, and it takes time for the ocean to warm up. Well, we just saw sub Tropical Storm Ana form northeast of Bermuda just a few days ago. And sea surface temperatures are already prime for additional activity. We're looking at sea surface temperatures that are already over 80 degrees in parts of the Gulf of Mexico and in the Caribbean. So to give you a sense of what an average hurricane season is. It has changed. Unfortunately, over the past year, so it is a little bit different for 2021 coming in. In 2020. We were still using the old 30 year. Statistical data set that hurricane forecasters YouTube's during an average hurricane year and this still included the year that Hurricane Andrew impacted. We would generally see in the Atlantic 12 named storms, six of which would become hurricane so wind speeds of at least 74 MPH. Category one to Category five. Three would be major hurricanes. Category three and higher Now with 2021. We have a new 30 year data set that starts from 1991 and goes to 2020. We're now increasing our names. Storms by two. So 14 named storms for an average hurricane yer seven hurricanes. That's an addition of one from the previous set and still three major hurricanes. Yes, we have seen a change in an increase in hurricane activity over the past 30 years. A lot of it can be related to the Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation. It's an oscillation that occurs every 30 years, and it involves two cycles positive and a negative cycle. Positive cycle, which we have been in since 1995 shows an increase in sea surface temperatures, minimal vertical wind share and that allows for an increase in hurricane activity. This was seen back in the fifties and the sixties was another spike in activity before we went then into a negative cycle for the seventies and eighties. Not a lot of hurricane activity when you're looking at the stats of those hurricanes during those years. 1995 comes along. We're back into this very active period. And we could be stuck in this period until the 19 thirties.
"november 30th" Discussed on KTRH
"Survive atmospheric conditions. Hurricane season runs all the way through. November. 30th. I'm Rory O Neill. Man, Drastic. Galveston's Sunny beach over the weekend Beach Patrol says he was swimming with his 10 year old daughter and some friends on Sunday. When it happened, he was staying in the water, while others went to shore to get their goggles but wasn't there when they got back. Another beach core later saw the man floating in the water and brought him to shore crews performed CPR, but he was pronounced dead. Many people putting off routine medical care during the pandemic, and that has doctors concerned. Linda via Real, who heads the Texas Medical Association, says diabetes in particular is on the rise, which leads to more serious consequences. The kidney disease gets out of control. Which then affects your coronary arteries, which means chest pain, angina. Recommends those who haven't seen their doctor for a regular checkup do so again. Veteran film actor Ned Beatty has died. Babies manager says he passed away on Sunday from natural causes surrounded by family, The Oscar nominated actor made his feature film debut in 1970 two's Deliverance, He went on to play a memorable role in network as the character Arthur Jensen, the TV networks chairman of the board, receiving an Academy Award nomination for best supporting actor in 1976 for his performance in that film Baby is also remembered for playing Otis the bumbling henchmen for Lex Luther in the first two. Christopher Reeve. Superman movies and for voicing the animated stuff to bear Lotso in Toy Story. Three. Lauren Falkner Fox News on Wall Street, The Dow is down 208 points the S and P 500 down eight. The NASDAQ Up 56 crude oil is off Just a penny to 70 90 a barrel. Our next update at 2 30 time now for the Sean Hannity Show. I'm Corey Olson on NewsRadio, 7 40 ktrh. Hi. Break time. I know you. I'm cola guard a prescription.
"november 30th" Discussed on 600 WREC
"The Atlantic hurricane season has begun, and this could be another very active year. Funks, chief meteorologist to Rick Reichmuth We had one named Tropical Storm in May actually areas of the Gulf of Kim PG 50% chance of some sort of formation of a tropical system sometime this week, say around 5 to 6 days from now we're expecting another really active season last year broke all the records issue expecting another very active season for hurricanes the Atlantic Hurricane. Season officially runs until November. 30th. The lobster industry is bracing for new rules that are aimed at saving whales. Kristen Porter, a lobster man in Maine was on fox and friends. We have some rules coming out, and the next few months there, we kind of know what they're going to be, but they reduced supposed to reduce the, um Risk to right whales by 60%. But in five years we have to do another 60% on top of that, 60% and then around five years after that, Um it's 80% of the 60 of the 60. Which leaves us with about a 98% reduction in risk the right whales, and I don't know how the Our fishery survives that kind of reduction. It's believed that only about 400 North American right whales are left in the world. A special new space telescope is coming to hunt asteroids. NASA is moving forward with plans to build an infrared telescope to defend Earth from incoming asteroids. The agency says. The instrument can flag space rocks as far as 30 million miles away. Making it easier to deflect them. The telescope is on track to be completed and launched in roughly five years. Vices John Scott, Denmark's team Doctors has soccer player Christian Eriksen's heart stopped before being resuscitated at the European Championship. Erickson collapsed during yesterday's match yesterday and is now hospitalized in stable condition. I'm Joe Chiro Fox News. Mostly sunny conditions outside a few isolated thunderstorms as we go through the afternoon and into the evening hours and after highest today in the low nineties will have an overnight low of 72 mostly sunny, only an isolated shower thunderstorm Monday. Tomorrow's high 93. In the W Wbrc Fox six first Alert Weather Center I'm meteorologist Fred Hunter on your side on NewsRadio one. Oh 55. W E. R. C right Now It's 90 degrees at Birmingham's News, Traffic and Weather Station News Radio one Oh 55. W E. R C in 2020 our world wind virtually in 2021. It's back to real life, Experiencing the music you love in person and witnessing life. Performances. You'll never forget what we did. The superstars you've been waiting more than a year to see, have never been more excited to perform for you this September. 2021 I Heart Radio Music Festival is coming back to Las Vegas be here as the lineup is unveiled Wednesday at seven a.m.. Yeah. Mm hmm. Mm hmm. Mm hmm. Mm. From Charlotte and news talk 11 10 and 99 3 at W B T. Here's your guide Breadwinner Bull on the e i B network. It is wonderful to be here today on the Rush Limbaugh show on the network. Our phone number, as always, is 800 to a 2 to 882. We're starting to see the.
"november 30th" Discussed on Z104
"And our guest today is Dr Athena, Mass. In a meteorologist and hurricane specialist at the Florida Public Radio Emergency Network at the University of Florida. We are talking about the beginning of the Atlantic hurricane season and how science is helping predict where these storms might go and how strong they might be. Earlier, Dr Madison talked about Hurricane Andrew. That storm was began with a obviously the first storm of the season. And it hit the U. S Coast in late August. When Dr Madison and I recorded our conversation, it was May 26 a tropical storm had already formed in the Atlantic. I asked if these storms are coming earlier and getting stronger. Andrew was back in the very early nineties, and at the time there was a strong El Nino that was in effect. So what happens during an El Nino year for the Atlantic Sea surface temperatures are very minimal and wind share values begin to increase, both of which do not favor the development of hurricanes. Hurricanes like it very warm, Very tropical sea surface temperatures need to be at least 80 F and warmer and minimal vertical wind shear in the atmosphere so that these thunderstorms can progress and grow into the higher layers of the atmosphere. Create a little pressure center. With Andrew. That year was particularly cool in all of the Atlantic. So a lot of people became what I like to call hurricane amnesia that they don't recognize that you're still vulnerable. Even if the hurricane season isn't starting until late August that significant A lot of people were caught off guard with Andrew. And plus it evolved and grew so rapidly. And we can get into this for hours. But there were a lot of forecast that we're wrong, saying that it would turn before it would hit the Florida coastline. But now let's go all the way to where we are now seven consecutive years, and it's including this year that we have seen an early start to the hurricane season. Hurricane season generally runs from Jean first all the way to November 30th because during this time period these are the prime conditions form sea surface temperatures, minimal vertical wind share. You know the story Prior to these months we see cooler temperatures were coming out of winter, and it takes time for the ocean to warm up when we just saw sub Tropical Storm Ana form northeast of Bermuda just a few days ago. And sea surface temperatures are already prime for additional activity. We're looking at sea surface temperatures that are already over 80 degrees in parts of the Gulf of Mexico and in the Caribbean. So to give you a sense of what an average hurricane season is. It has changed. Unfortunately, over the past year, so it is a little bit different for 2021 coming in. In 2020. We were still using the old 30 year statistical data set that hurricane forecasters use during an average hurricane year and this still included the year that Hurricane Andrew impacted. We would generally see in the Atlantic 12 named storms, six of which would become hurricane so when space of at least 74 MPH category one to Category five. Three would be major hurricanes. Category three and higher Now with 2021. We have a new 30 year data set that starts from 1991 and goes to 2020. We're now increasing our names. Storms by two. So 14 named storms for an average hurricane year. Seven hurricanes. That's an additional one from the previous set and still three major hurricanes. Yes, we have seen a change in an increase in hurricane activity over the past 30 years. A lot of it can be related to the Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation. It's an oscillation that occurs every 30 years, and it involves two cycles positive and a negative cycle. Positive cycle, which we have been in since 1995 shows an increase in sea surface temperatures, minimal vertical wind share and that allows for an increase in hurricane activity. This was seen back in the fifties and the sixties was another spike in activity before we went then into a negative cycle for the seventies and eighties. Not a lot of hurricane activity when you're looking at the stats of those hurricanes during those years. 1995 comes along. We're back into this very active period. And we could be stuck in this period until the 19 thirties.
"november 30th" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Will go into effect. Israel's prime minister, in a statement says his security cabinet accepted the recommendation from an Egyptian initiative and Egypt has confirmed the cease fire. It follows the worst fighting between both in a decade with Israel in the Moss reportedly agreeing on a cease fire. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the president made it clear he wants to see a wind down of this. Of the violence and end to the violence and a winding of their operations down as quickly as possible sake, saying Israel achieved its military mission and stopping Hamas rockets and that the White House is encouraged. Both sides appear ready to end the fighting and the field. ABC NEWS Washington At least 230 Palestinians were killed, including 65 Children from Israeli air strikes. In Gaza, Hamas fired thousands of rockets into Israel, killing a dozen Israelis, including a child. Israel says its defense system intercepted 90% of those rockets. Michelle Franzen, ABC NEWS signing unlimited WTMJ news time 3 31 from the WTMJ breaking news center. Drug overdoses continue to be a problem in Milwaukee County and on Lee worsened during the pandemic. TMJ four is Rebecca Club in Milwaukee County alone. The medical examiner's office says it investigated 10 possible overdose deaths in three days I would love to say that 10 is just shockingly a courageous, but truthfully, we've seen more than that in a weekend. Scene six calls in 30 minutes, but overall overdose deaths are on the rise up 78% In just two years, the county saw 545 opioid related deaths in 2020 the year before it was 418. The top two leading causes of death in Milwaukee last year were natural causes and covert 19 as communities around southeast Wisconsin lift their mask mandates. Milwaukee County isn't joining in county executive David Crowley cause including masking and social The same will continue to be required indoors at all county facilities for both members of the public as well as county employees. This includes masking at private indoor events as well. Masks will not need to be worn outdoors at county facilities. Milwaukee County has a vaccination rate of about 40%. The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors could take action on a long shuttered pedestrian bridge and Lake Park Today, A majority of funding for repairs is secured through federal grants. But county board supervisor Sheldon Wasserman tells TMJ four news. The board needs to authorize the use of $1 million from the county's emergency fund to complete the project. Start building. We lose the $2 million and We lose the $2 million. We lose the whole project. It's gone. Opponents say there are more pressing needs the bridge been close since 2016 when it was deemed unsafe. It looks to be another busy Atlantic hurricane season along the Gulf in East Coast have reason to be concerned. This year. Ben Friedman is the acting head of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration knows Outlook for the 2021 Atlanta hurricane season indicates that an above normal season is most likely know is predicting up to 20 named storms with 60. 10 being hurricanes and 3 to 5 becoming major hurricanes. The Atlantic hurricane season officially begins June 1st and runs through November. 30th Jim Krystle to CBS knows Citing unlimited WTMJ news time. 3 33 get ready for a truly buzz worthy story. Today is world be day and the pollinators at one German town Honey Farm are as busy as can be. Let's dive into a world as sweetest, honey. Mm hmm. They don't want to sting you. They don't want to bother you. They just want to continue on with their work. It's a captivating and beautiful part of the natural world. Second generation Honey Bee Farmer, An Indian summer honey Farm in Germantown. Caleb Warner says their farm consists of APIs, Mulet, FRA, the European honeybee and this time of year marks the start of the honey making season. These bees are just collecting pollen. A nectar really trying to beef up their hives? This is when honeybees kick it into high year s O. They really start producing a lot of brood. Ah,.
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"november 30th" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Kevin Dean. The perfect setup and with just hurts me. All right, marine layer is clearing faster to sunny skies today and for the rest of the work week a little bit more slowly at the beach tomorrow and Thursday. We're going to be your warmest days of the week. Today's highs 70 on the coast 79 inland 83 in the mountains 95 in the desert. Right now in downtown San Diego. 62 Kogo news time 6 41. Well, it's something you would expect to see in a movie, but it played out in real life. The man is in custody following a bizarre car chase on the five through L, A and Orange counties. It happened over the weekend and started with a stolen police cruiser. The suspect driving with no lights in heavy traffic as he passed the Citadel outlets. They say the suspect began to show more erratic behavior like Singing through the police communications radio. The chase ended with the driver, stopping on the roadway to do push ups as he was instructed to lay still, and police closed in on him. He was finally taken into custody. Meanwhile, there was a stolen U haul pursuit going on right now in L A and I used pursued in the most loose fashion I can. It's about 15 Miles an hour. The guy's in a U haul that's pulling a trailer behind it. One of his tires is on fire, and it's well whatever's left of it is on fire. It's gone. This is going on that 91 in the carpool lane in Serie Toes, So we'll let you know whenever that stops because eventually It will Trial begins for a man accused of having Molotov cocktails during the Lamaze A riot last summer. Jury selection began Monday in the case against 25 year old Zachary Caress. He is charged with possession of an unregistered destructive device. He was arrested blocks away from La Mesa Springs Shopping center, the site of a protest that turned violent, authorities say caress had to glass bottles with gas, wicks and fireworks in his possession. He is facing up to 10 years in prison and a $25,000 fine. If he is convicted. For years, Amazon has been under pressure from shoppers, brands and lawmakers to crack down on counterfeits on its site. Now it is saying that it has blocked 10 billion suspected phony listings last year before any of their offerings could actually be sold. That's up 67% from the year before Amazon said that it destroyed two million counterfeit products sent to its warehouses last year before They could be sold. House Republicans have received a heads up that they can expect a vote Wednesday to replace representative Liz Cheney is GOP Conference chair. Part of the battle over controlling figures in the Republican Party will play out Wednesday in a House vote. We're just attacking members of your own party must be talking about pushing back against the radical Biden agenda. GOP House leader Kevin McCarthy is rounding up support from fellow Republicans in an effort to remove Liz Cheney from her position as conference chair in favor of vocal Trump supporter at least two phonic riding. This is no time to take Eye off the ball. If we are to succeed in stopping the radical Democrat agenda from destroying our country, these internal conflicts need to be resolved so as not to detract from the efforts of our collective team. I'm Mike Power. The state says it's pursuing equity and proposed changes to math. California's Department of Education wants all kids to learn math at the same pace through their junior year of high school so that the smartest kids don't become labeled as gifted. Draft framework, says quote. Such labeling has often led to fragility among students who fear times of struggle in case they lose the label as well as significant racial divisions. It notes that between 2004 in 2014 32% of Asian American students were in gifted programs compared to 8% of white kids. 4% of black students. And 3% of Latin ex students. While the framework offers suggested guidance to school district's. Some parents of gifted math students say they are already exploring private tutoring and private schools. If you'd like. You can give some feedback tonight on the proposed grand Tread Central Transit station. Let's try that again. Grand central Transit Station near the airport. Sandbags San Diego Association of Governments is holding a virtual event tonight from 6 to 7 30 to go over the options of the plane and the environmental impact among those options or a public private partnership between the regional transit agency, the navy and developers to build a station on the old Knave war site north of the airport across the five from Old town. Navy would provide the land exchange for new military workspace that Grand Central station and a housing project. The other options are a standalone trolley connection and a transit center Jack RUNNING Coca News, the first ever Bob Dylan aren't retrospective in the US premieres in the fall. Bob Dylan's artwork will be exhibited in the US For the first time ever at Florida International University near Miami. The Bob Dylan retro spectrum will open November 30th. The university's Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum. It'll feature more than 120 paintings, drawings and sculptures spanning 60 years. During the exhibits Opening week, the Wolfsonian public Humanity's lab will present Dylan and F I U a symposium that will explore the influential singer, singer, songwriters, career and cultural influence. It's also time to with Miami aren't weak. It'll run through April 17th 2022. That's Michelle Polina reporting San Diego powers along with vaccinations. Case rates drop after a little uptick. Where are we In reopening? We'll talk to county Supervisor Nathan Fletcher at 7 11 Live trending stories, scripts. Health says malware damaged its information systems. Triple A says you could expect to see a 3 to 7 Cent increase in gas prices in San Diego after a hack cut off gas supplies to the south in San Diego area colleges and universities said to hold in person graduation ceremonies this week. We'll have your traffic your weather three minutes away. Kogo nears time 6 47 The dome. I'll report if we were going to see that sort of.
"november 30th" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Then we're in for a quick warmup with heist climbing in the hundreds by the weekend. I'm ABC 15 meteorologist. Iris, Enormous ego. It is awesome outside right now. Nice and cool. Some showers falling here, there. There It is. 60 degrees in Phoenix at 503. Arizona votes. How do we know the more than two million ballots for America to counties? November election are being kept private. Company contract it by state Senate Republicans to oversee the audit says its methods are secret and it wants a judge to keep it that way. Katya years Jim crosses live in Phoenix General Court hearing several love in a clock this morning of the company's cyber ninjas once the hearing closed to the media, the public and they're out of ink policies and procedures kept private. Katya is legal expert Monica Lindstrom told 92 Threes, Gators and chat courtroom should be open to the public unless there's an incredibly important reason not to be. It seems strange that they were calling for transparency on one side, but they want the court to steal records on the other First Amendment attorney says, Hey, look, you can't have it both ways, and we are entitled to know what's going on now. President Biden want America to County and by about 45,000 votes in the Senate on it cannot overturn the results of the election. Live in Phoenix. Jump cross Katie Our news. As efforts continue to help the audit. Secretary of state Katie Hobbs joined the Arizona Democrats lawsuit to stop it, so we'll see if there's really shady exercise is going to be allowed to continue. He reminds gay does and Chad that governor do see certify the election results on November 30th. The courts upheld them and Donald Trump lost, including in Maricopa County. There's nothing that this audit can do. Sorry. It's not an audit front it that will overturn or do anything to change the election. About journalists cannot report from inside the audit sight except for the media and that work that got the rights Peter same, or Katie Air News. Arizona's immigration crisis. Many of the thousands of migrant Children arriving at our southern border are from Guatemala. Now the U. S. Has agreed to train members of a Guatemalan task force that's responsible for protecting that country's borders and stopping the uncontrolled migration. 16 workers from Homeland security are heading to Guatemala to help with the training. US will also help that country, build shelters for returning migrants and assist them with transitioning back to life in their hometowns. Katya, our eyes on the economy covered almost all the jobs lost in the pandemic. That's the word from Eric J. Told with city of Phoenix. He believes when the April report comes out from the Arizona Office of Economic Opportunity will pass where we were before the pandemic even started. Interesting thing is that the jobs that are coming back? Print in the tops of her lost, meaning they're seeing less people returned to retail in the entertainment industry and more people in technology in bioscience Healthcare Alley, Ventnor, Katya our news. Well, you really can't drive anywhere in the valley without seeing orange cones and construction on.
"november 30th" Discussed on WTOP
"In the right direction. Nationwide, new covert cases are at their lowest since the end of October. Hospitalizations down 46% in the last month. But leading public health experts say, Brace yourselves the next 14 weeks, I think will be the worst of the pandemic. Tonight. New York confirms it's treating its first case of a variant likely discovered in South Africa, and it may get much worse about 40 million Americans have had at least one Corona virus vaccine shots and more than 14 million have had both doses in this area. Yesterday, Virginia recorded the lowest single day increase in Corona virus cases since November, about 15 Under new cases, Maryland recorded 722 and that was the fewest for a single day in Ox since October, D. C. Reported 83 new cases. The UN's World Health Organization has granted an emergency authorization to the Corona virus vaccine made by AstraZeneca, allowing the agency's partners to ship millions of doses. Two countries that's part of a U. N supported program to fight the virus. It's the second vaccine approved by the WH show it approved the visor vaccine in December. The AstraZeneca vaccine has been approved in more than 50 countries, including Britain, India, Argentina and Mexico. A rocket attack on U. S led forces in northern Iraq has killed a civilian contractor and injured a U. S service member. It's similar to attacks carried out by Iran about a year ago, and there are some new questions surrounding this latest incident. These new attacks are smaller. Rockets that could be launched by militia that are believed to be linked to Iran. But Isis is also in the area and could well be involved in these attacks, considering that this set of rockets landed in a civilian area near reveal international airport, wounding two people, But there is the U. S military base nearby where the attack took place, so it's not clear. What the actual target watch. W T o p national security correspondent J. J Green It's 5 44 artless provides comprehensive services to help defense contractors manage controlled unclassified information or see you I at a fraction of what it would cost to do with themselves. The deal D has issued an interim rule change requiring new assessments, which will go into effect November 30th. We offer multiple options to help customers prepare, including a free one day review of.
"november 30th" Discussed on WTOP
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Biden can start accessing presidential daily briefing as transition gets underway
"All right, let's talk some election challenges in transition activity. Take it away. Yeah, let's start with the transition activity, which is underway. We know that. As of Monday, the General Services Administration informed President elect Joe Biden at the Trump administration was ready to begin the formal transition process, which in essence is their first step in admitting that President Trump didn't win the Joe Biden did, and we're beginning the process of getting the power and information to the hands of the person that should be taking over come January 20th. So that is, at least to this point in time. We're hearing underway Joe Biden's transition team now talking with all federal agencies. And with that A part of this transition also includes having the ability to access additional office space inside those agencies and the ability to use federal dollars for background checks on Biden's White House staff appointments as well as Cabinet picks, and it also opens the door for Joe Biden. To have the access to the cove in 19 data vaccine vaccine distribution plans and also get the presidential daily briefing. So all of that supposedly began yesterday is going through today here as well. And the interesting part about that is that while that's all underway, President Trump is still saying he is refusing to concede and that he is going to continue to fight. S O yesterday morning. He tweeted that there would be a big lawsuit that would be filed soon. Now we don't know what that lawsuit is. But the president says he's moving full steam ahead still full steam ahead. Now. Today, they're scheduled to be in Pennsylvania Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, meeting that Rudy Giuliani scheduled that is supposed to kind of clarify where things stand in regards to these elections suits that have gone on. We know that when you're just looking at the track record right now, there's only about three active cases remaining right now, out of all of the other cases. They haven't filed a case that the law team for President Trump since November 18th. So all of the lawsuits came between Election Day on November 18th. And since then, the flurry of lawsuits really kind of all concluded bloom. Daddy only three left in one of those, for instance, in Michigan is just all about there being rejected. Defective, improper fire. Wait, That's something that generally you fix real quick. Send it back to the courts and begin the process of hearing that case That hasn't happened with President Trump's legal team. We don't know why was it a mistake? Was it something that planning on doing But we do know that there might be an announcement today after Pennsylvania had their certification of votes yesterday. There might be an announcement today. They're in Gettysburg as to what the next move is going to be for the legal team. In Pennsylvania. I was watching an interview with Alan Dershowitz. And, of course, the Allens Ah, liberal attorney. Very, very bright. He said that the president probably had his best legal footing in Pennsylvania with two or three angles. But so far that really has not come to fruition is you kind of pointed out? Yeah, it's been a situation where you had 19 cases filed by the campaign. 15 have already been denied or dismissed by judges or withdrawn from the campaign itself. Most of that is coming from lack of substantial evidence of voter fraud to back up the claim, so what's left is Not a lot, and also not a lot of time Bloom, Daddy because you're going to have come the 14th of December which, as we're just looking at that calendars here, Thanksgiving wraps up and then they come. Everybody comes back to town. November 30th. The next days. December 1st you've got till December 14th to have electors from each state meet to formally nominate the next president. So if you're going to try to get a legal something battle in you start and finish it before December 14th in order to have any effect on it. Have a sign of that is if you're just trying to work the angle of getting electors to make a decision independent of the state. They represent an independent of the votes that were cast in that state that you also have two weeks to try to get that done here. So I don't know what's going to be able to get done. But these next two weeks between now and December, 14th will be interesting to see cause that will kind of finalize any final nails in the confident you will of the 2020 election.
"Jeopardy!" will resume production with a new interim host
"Degree and one of the greatest jeopardy champions of all time is taking over the hosting duties on an interim basis. Ken Jennings will be behind the podium when the show resumes production on November 30th. It will be the first episode since the death of host Alex Trebek
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Ken Jennings named interim "Jeopardy!" host
"Is taking over hosting duties on an interim basis. Ken Jennings will be behind the podium when the show resumes production November 30th. It will be the first episode since the death of host Alex Trebek on November 8th Jennings will be the first of a Syriza vin term guest hosts Jennings Souls, the show's record for consecutive games one at 74 most winnings and regular pay at more than $2.5 million. Doubt today of 3 27
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"Jeopardy!" will resume production with a new interim host
"So when was that you guys were talking about who should host jeopardy and you thought it should be who Coop Right, and I like I like Anderson Cooper, Greg wanted Tony Danza, Anderson, Cooper and Melissa Melissa had, said Ken Jennings. I have some news for you. Jeopardy. And now on scene, they will resume production on November 30th with the Syriza of interim guest host. Yes. Starting with Can genes. Additional host will be announced later. Let me Melissa's the leader in the club. Yes, yes.
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Boston - Rhode Island high schools to move to 25% capacity, sports canceled until Jan.
"Rhode Island's high schools will shift a 25% capacity after Thanksgiving. According to a letter obtained by multiple media outlets from the state, a deputy education commissioner to school superintendents on November 30th high schools will transition to a restricted plan developed earlier this year. The plan includes remote learning for the majority of students organize schools. Sports will also be canceled until after the new year. Governor Gina Raimondo is expected to talk about the changes at her weekly coronavirus press briefing today.
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Supreme Court to hear case over congressional seat count
"To hear oral arguments over President Trump's effort to exclude immigrants from the census. Several states air challenging President Trump's July directive, claiming it could leave millions of people uncounted and possibly cause California, Texas and New Jersey to lose seats in Congress. A three judge panel ruled against the Trump administration in September. But the high court will hear the case on November. 30th, California Congresswoman Barbara Lee
Supreme Court to hear case over census
"Agreed yesterday to expedite an appeal on President Trump's efforts to exclude undocumented residents. From key Census numbers numbers used to determine the make up of congressional district. A three judge panel had a great with Lynn gets, who said that leaving out people without papers. Violates the Constitution and the Senses Act and could cause some states to lose congressional seats. The Supreme Court says it will hear arguments on November 30th. That's one month before its state population counts are due to be submitted to the president. This
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Supreme Court to hear case over congressional seat count
"Agreed to review a lower court order blocking President Trump's push to change the numbers from the 2020 census. NPR's Hansel Owen reports. Trump wants to make an unprecedented change, too, who was counted in the numbers used to reapportioned seats in Congress. The Constitution requires the numbers that determined each day chief congressional seats include every person living in each state. President Trump wants to exclude unauthorized immigrants from that count, which would be an unprecedented changed how the Constitution's language has been interpreted for more than 200 years. A lower court blocked that from happening, and now the Supreme Court is set to hear aural arguments on November 30th. The timing of the hearing increases the potential for Trump to try to make this change while he's in the White House. Angelo
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Boston - Lawrence public school students will stay remote until at least Nov. 30 due to city’s increasing COVID-19 rate
"Com. With Kobe numbers trending in the wrong direction. Lawrence Public schools switching Course hybrid learning what set to start next week. Now they're putting that off the around, you know, over 5000 got in cold it we have. 1 43. Lawrence Public schools stall the start of hybrid learning. That means six more weeks of fully remote school school committee member Jonathan Guzman says Phase one comprised of the higher need. Students won't return to in person learning now until November 30th about 20% of them from the population of the school department and also basically where the priority students that we were trying to get back into the school because the one on one teachers students, it's really important for that. So far, the new start dates for Phase two and three have not been decided. Sherry Small W B Z Boston's
City of Houston's jury duty suspension extended until end of November due to COVID-19
"The city of Houston is pushing back jury duty. The city's municipal courts department has extended the suspension of all jury trials and jury duty through November. 30th do the pandemic. All jury trials and jury duty will resume December 1st. Court is still open for other services.
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Los Angeles Councilman Ryu wants to pause construction in hillside, at-risk fire areas
"Los Angeles City Councilman David Rue introduced a motion today to temporarily halt construction and sensitive hillside areas within the Los Angeles Fire Department so called a very high fire hazard Severity zone. The motion calls for a halt in construction on narrow hillside roads and fire sensitive areas until November, 30th
Shoppers expected to spend $730 billion this season
"Shoppers are expected to spend even more money this year than they did last year. The National Retail Federation predicts that over the holiday shopping seasons of through Christmas Americans. We'll spend around seven hundred and thirty billion dollars. That's with a B. A lot of that will still happen at physical stores but a survey from pricewaterhousecoopers. WBZ for the first time this year found that the majority of shoppers are saying they plan to do most of their holiday shopping online like Lou rather than in stores and that's actually really one of the reasons why to me and a lot of retail watchers one of the biggest themes this year. Is this slow. Change of the meaning of black Friday is beginning to disappear or is it just going join online. Well we have to clear. That still is the busiest shopping day of the year for most stores but for the past two years the number of people oh heading to stores Ford. Those doorbuster deals has inched lower. Shoppers are now armed with smartphones. They can do instant price checks on. What's going on at other your stores? Is it worth standing in line. Here I talked to Peter fader professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and he says more stores are also realizing that maybe the people who only show up one weekend November are not the best customers and so they're broadening their appeal with really strong online discounts and sales on so many days of the year including more made up shopping holidays like cyber Monday this coming Monday or prime day and this year also because the calendar gave us a super late Thanksgiving there fewer days between now and Christmas some stores started offering black Friday sales like weeks earlier back in October and and all this is washing out that meaning of black Friday. It's still huge but maybe not the focal point of Holiday Shopping Alina. What's going to make parents desperate this year? Your people stand in line. What's GonNa be big well? Overall the top sellers are close and gift cards. But then as you're alluding to the toys are huge. Actually my colleague. Dr Is Rafi. Spent Black Friday. The iconic toys R. US. You may remember. The company went bankrupt in twenty seventeen but a former executive is trying to bring back starting with two locations. The first one in New Jersey opened on black Friday and they are Darius spoke to shopper. Monica Mallon it's been kind of a staple growing up so so we've been doing black Friday on toys for many years up until they closed their doors so excited to see come back and as far as the hottest toys of the season. Go the classics like legos and barbies. Hot Wheels American girl dolls. They're still at the top of the list for many shoppers but Internet sales tracked by analytics. Showed that so far this week online. Fine the biggest sellers are yellow surprise dolls and pretty much anything related to the movie frozen to Shows Fan at all off coming to a shelf near you. NPR's Lena Shell thanks so much. Thank you
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SEC Fines Floyd Mayweather And DJ Khaled For Illegally Promoting A Fraudulent ICO
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