29 Burst results for "One Hundred Twenty Five Million Dollars"

Facebook to pay $125 million in back taxes to France

Daily Tech News Show

00:27 sec | 8 months ago

Facebook to pay $125 million in back taxes to France

"Has agreed to pay one, hundred, six, million euros in back taxes the equivalent of about one hundred, twenty, five, million dollars us for unpaid taxes between two, thousand, nine and twenty eighteen. The company legally funnels French income to other subsidiaries in Europe to lower tax burden. But to do that, it must show there weren't any sales from facebook personnel in France to French customers Amazon apple and Google have all previously settled. Similar tax issues in France

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"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:35 min | 11 months ago

"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on WTOP

"Other news this afternoon the Attorney General is moving to investigate members of the Obama administration who look to unmask the names of people willing to then president elect trump being investigated by the government and former deputy Attorney General rod Rosenstein he is about to return to the harsh spotlight in connection with the Russia investigation joining us on Skype CBS senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge after and welcome back thanks always for having me let's start with Rosenstein what is the significance of the former deputy Attorney General's testimony before the Senate well we expect that next week and the reason rod Rosenstein matters is that he appointed special counsel Robert Muller immediately after president trump fired then FBI director James Comey in may of twenty seventeen and Rosenstein also signed one of four surveillance warrants for a trump campaign aide to those warrants have now been deemed by justice department review to have been defective and I think it's worth noting that in a statement after the testimony was announced rod Rosenstein seem to tip his hand about what he may say next week he said it's important to have the testimony to restore public confidence and he also acknowledged what he described as wilful misconduct by members of law enforcement which suggested to me that he may blame senior FBI leadership for not being forthcoming with him about some of the defects in the FISA application let's turn to the Attorney General is and there's another indicator that William Barr is expanding the justice department probe to tackle unmasking what's going on here well just to kind of reset for the folks who are listening the Attorney General bill bar taps this U. S. attorney in Connecticut John Durham to investigate the origins of the FBI Russia probe and what we've seen in the last few months is that there's been almost an expansion of that investigation the US attorney in the Eastern District of Missouri our Jeff Jensen was tasked with looking at the case against the former national security adviser Mike Flynn those findings led the justice department to decide that they would move to dismiss those charges that still outstanding with the court here in Washington and now the Attorney General has appointed a U. S. attorney in Texas Mr bash to look at the issue of unmasking that's the identification of American citizens in intelligence reporting that is not illegal but the legal question is about the leak of classified information that related to the Michael Flynn case and I believe that Mr bash will be looking specifically at whether there was an individual who was not authorized to release that information which really was the catalyst for ana the events that lead leads the special counsel investigation all right Catherine thanks so much you're welcome Catherine Herridge senior investigative correspondent for CBS four forty four many unemployed Virginians are still waiting for an added benefit that is part of the federal pandemic response tens of thousands in the Commonwealth are eligible for the pandemic emergency unemployment compensation program it offers an extra thirteen weeks to those who have exhausted their regular benefits they're still waiting however because the state has yet to get that program running a spokeswoman tells the Associated Press the Virginia employment commission hopes to have the program online by July second as of this week eighteen other states had not begun making those payments Maryland businesses are still waiting as well for help through eight one hundred twenty five million dollars state pandemic relief program Maryland.

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California announces fund for undocumented immigrants.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:45 min | 1 year ago

California announces fund for undocumented immigrants.

"Before falling. Ill himself from California. Governor Gavin newsom announced on Wednesday one hundred twenty five million dollars in disaster relief assistance for Working Californians that will provide financial support to undocumented immigrants impacted by the Kovic nineteen crisis. Newsom said the states will provide seventy five million dollars in disaster relief assistance and grant makers concerned with immigrants and refugees a network of foundations focused on immigration issues of committed to raising an additional fifty million dollars. California is the most diverse state in the nation out. Diversity makes us stronger. And more resilient every Californian including are undocumented neighbors and friends should know that California is here to support them during the crisis. We are all in this together. New Some said in a written statement the seventy five million dollar disaster relief fund will support undocumented Californians who've been impacted by the outbreak and ineligible for unemployment insurance benefits and disaster relief including the Kazaks as a result of their immigration status around one hundred and fifty thousand undocumented. Adults in the state will receive a one time cash benefit of five hundred dollars per adult with a cap of one thousand dollars per household the fund will be dispersed through a community based model of regional nonprofits with expertise and experience serving undocumented communities. According to the governor's Office California has also developed an immigrant resource guide to provide information about Corona virus related assistance including public benefits that are available to California

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US allocates $175 million in military aid to Baltics in 2020

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

US allocates $175 million in military aid to Baltics in 2020

"We've got the U. S. allocating hundred seventy five million dollars in military aid to the Baltic countries of Estonia Latvia and Lithuania for a twenty twenty these three countries are NATO members and they're all bordering Russia Estonia officials say that along with the one hundred twenty five million dollars in general military aid Washington as for the first time your mark this separate fifty million dollar budget line that money will boost air defense capabilities for all of these three ex Soviet

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Shock and outrage as White House says next G-7 summit will be at Trump property

All In with Chris Hayes

05:13 min | 1 year ago

Shock and outrage as White House says next G-7 summit will be at Trump property

"There was widespread today my Mick Mulvaney announced that Donald Trump was in fact going to force the US government and other major governments around the world to pay money by hosting the g seven corral golf resort next year is the Washington Post puts it quote that decision is without precedent in modern American history. The president used his public office to direct a massive contract himself but here's the thing Durell could really use it we're bringing someone who knows more about trump's other business interests than just about anyone he's reporting on all the best three years on a Pulitzer for his invested into the President David Farren hold is great to have you here David let's start with the significance of Durrell which unlike some other properties it's not licensed it's it's it's real directly part of the presence main business holdings correct it is basically the keystone of Donald Trump's entire hospitality Gulf hotel business it produces more revenue for him every year than any hotel or golf course and he has one of its biggest loans on if you were to pick one property the donald trump's financial health dependent on this would be it very levered I mean he's got he owes people money on it he was don't you bank the original one was for one hundred twenty five million dollars to Deutsche Bank it's one of his biggest loans now you tweeted about how it's been doing and the vacancy rate typically in the summer you said the summit will be held in June Miami's hot drills usually emptying 2017 only thirty eight percent rouse rooms were occupied this is one of derails worst month so you're bringing a huge amount of business to resort at a time that is over all not doing very well financially but you're bringing it to this resort at a time when it needs that money the most as you saw Durell June is the second slowest month for Durell only August is worse they're occupancy rate is under forty percent so even if trump just charged the cost which we have no idea if he's going to but even if he didn't try to make a profit on each individual room he's filling the resort at a time it'll be mostly empty rats are great point you also noted that it has not been doing well recently this is not this is not a facility that is on the upswing no in the opposite we got some data that the trump organization itself provided to Miami Dade County that shows that between Twenty fifteen and twenty seven uh-huh span of just two years net operating income dropped seventy percent at this resort that's a huge drop at a time when every other resort in Miami is basically doing the same and the reason we saw video where a representative from the trump organization was talking to the county about why it was doing poorly in she laid the blame directly on trump she said the brand is doing really that's why this place is severely underperforming so you've okay so you've got the crown the crown jewel of his enterprise the brings in the most revenue at a time when it is vacancy rate is under four eight percent and at a time when the revenue and and use of the place the prophet is going down because of the negative brandon impacts of his presidency and what does this mean g seven's a big deal right like a lot of money is going to get spent there just to give you a sense of the scale of this thing I talked to somebody who had planned the last g seven that the US had at a private event which was in two thousand and four in Georgia they served forty five thousand meals during that week they took over this resort for ten days they pay three million dollars in two thousand and four money it's hundreds of people thousands of people that can't even allstate draft to stay at other places but you're talking about an enormous event between security diplomats journalists and the leaders themselves there's also there's also been some health problems at Toronto Daily Be Story from twenty one thousand nine about a rat infestation problem and route situation it has it has had some challenges well this year has been a good year for them they haven't had any any health code violations that's good news and our leaders who will be staying there and hopefully not norovirus but they have had in years past not that long ago they've had problems with the health code called euphemistically small live flying insects insects and other kinds of cleanliness issues in a number of kitchens at Durrell is there any I mean how how is this legal I mean honestly if anyone who's ever out there watching has ever interacted with federal contracting you know that it is one of the most common me that just complicated a legal thicket and incredibly complex process there are thousands of people throughout the government who work on it this seems to fly in the piece of every single policy there is for federal contracting but that's what's interesting about this is one of the few things which by tradition the didn't get to eat to circumvent the entire contracting process they don't put out a request for proposal evaluate bids the president sort of does this secret and then the White House just chooses a place this is Tom was never designed with the idea that the president might choose his own place so this is a case for trump has sort of unfettered unrestricted power to give the contract to whoever he wants and holy gave it to himself we'll see now in the next few weeks hopefully it'll be a little more transparency about what it looks like but they're going to be any scrutiny on the front end my favorite Presley it was a tr- Presley's I blink quoting trump from the trump works and they were honored that they were selected for this which is a really incredible piece the use of language David well thank you as always for your fantastic

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"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"I'm going to pull this out of the ground what like that was the greatest scared of like well you probably should be a little bit like Sh- Mitch Vampires and Z have to be when you have to judge how it adapts the book and does it adapted competently and for me. I feel like I mean you read I didn't read so it's bills done for me to comment on that did you feel ignited doubted it pretty competently it did it commands and characters and it left out a few scenes but like to me it got the heart of most people who did love the book loved about the look I thought the casting was good you know it's interesting can we go ahead and talk about our cast into this discussion so our main characters are obviously Bella and Edward played by Kristen Bert and Robert Pattinson and Stephanie Meyer when she was writing this book now this book came to her in a dream like she literally had a dream that there were two people in a meadow and one was vampire and read a book and listen this woman is worth one hundred twenty five million dollars she has made so much money off these books but she she said in her mind she'd always cast Emily Browning as Bella and Henry Cavill as Edward but by the time that it finally made it to screen Henry Cavill was too old he was twenty five and he could not I don't think Henry cavill could pass as a sixteen year old when he was thirteen I always looked he's had that weird creepy mission impossible mustache lingering like there's no way he looks young but so Kristen Stewart comes to the table and to play Bella who she herself kristen was the only minor onset and so she herself she had come from adventure land in panic groom and she'd been in American like what else hang on let me get back was the into the wild into the wild and and that was the big one and so when Catherine Hardwick was named the director are which by the way ends up being the director the first female director to win a box office weekend interesting I know in two thousand eight that's great we made breath and she herself was like I had seen kristen in into the wild in it's an adventure land and she was like I was really interested in her like from the beginning we always thought her even Jennifer Lawrence famously auditioned for this role and then ends up going on to be catnip which differ laurence says I I'm so glad I got what got you know sure but Christine gets cast and then fine five thousand guys audition to be Edward and they do not find him at all and the story goes that what happened was summit somebody at summit the film the Comforter Direction Company Summit says well what about that guy that was in that Harry Potter movie and so she they find out his situation he's unemployed he has zero money but he credit card himself to La so that he could audition Shen for Katherine Hardwick he dishes for the casting director then they take him to Catherine Hardwick House to read with Kristen Stewart and they do three scenes in her house and famous Lee famously they do a scene on they do the scene on the bed in her bed interesting and and Catherine Hardwick says and that's when we you like that their chemistry was out the Wazoo and we know it ends up being outdoorsy because they actually become a real life couple for many years until you know Kristen Sheath on him with after a of Snow White erroneous erroneous on all counts is limited to the conversation a hand Jamie sorry I have some feelings about Kristen Stewart as humans so I'm not a big.

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Starbucks, China And Chinese Government discussed on Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

01:41 min | 2 years ago

Starbucks, China And Chinese Government discussed on Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

"Walking coffee, the, the Starbucks of China luck and what, what can coffee. Oh, gotcha. Fucking. Walk in coffee. Is they just I p O'd and so they appealed at seventeen bucks. A share the nattering at twenty five thirty up forty eight percent in their debut here. Surprisingly, Starbucks also up in today's trading about two thirds of one percents. They compete mainly with Starbucks in the Chinese market, by the way, this company was only founded two years ago. Did you know? Yeah, well, it's easy to that fast. When you're just a branch of the Chinese government, it is. They've got twenty three hundred seventy stores. They're going to be doubling that this year. We're going to go to five thousand stores in China. They offer ridiculous discounts to buy this. So last year they had net sales of one hundred twenty five million dollars in. They they lost two hundred and forty million. So this come on coffee. It's not a tech company, folks. It's nothing like that. They sell coffee. They're nowhere near profitability today. Oh, like food, probably I'll look it up. They are nowhere near profitability at all the market cap on. This is six billion dollars, which if you do the math out means they're trading fifty four times sales for a coffee retailer. Yeah. But they're in China by, again I go back to the fact that they are in China and it's coming at a time when Chinese consumers are likely to shy away from American products yet. Timing's pretty good on this timing might not be

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JC Penney, Dillard And MS discussed on  The Kristen Hagopian Show

The Kristen Hagopian Show

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

JC Penney, Dillard And MS discussed on The Kristen Hagopian Show

"The expectations. JC Penney reported a loss of one hundred fifty one million dollars after a lost one hundred twenty five million dollars last year. Dillard's inc. Shares sliding eight percent after the company MS property estimates for its latest quarter of the department store chain said it had a net income of seven point four million dollars in his physical third quarter through November third down from fourteen point five million dollars a year

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Retired Government Worker Revealed as $343M Powerball Winner

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Retired Government Worker Revealed as $343M Powerball Winner

"Robert Bailey of New York City has claimed his share of the six hundred seventy eight million dollar Powerball jackpot haven't been to Las Vegas in a while. I would like to go there and visit Las Vegas, Mike Boorda's Bahamas where this is they Michael to the Islands Daily opted for the lump sum payment of one hundred twenty five million dollars.

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Wag Vs Rover: Which will end up top dog?

Business Wars

02:41 min | 2 years ago

Wag Vs Rover: Which will end up top dog?

"Can make doggy duty as special chore for millions of pet lovers. Inner to new companies wag and Rover, the Uber and lift of canine care. The rival companies employed contract. Dog walkers, the same way rideshare companies hire independent drivers both wag and Rover have attracted investment in recent months in may Rover took in one hundred twenty five million dollars in new investment. CEO Aaron easterly says, he'll use that money to expand into Europe. Starting with the UK this month, it only three years old is the younger of these two doggy rivals. Those still a pup investors, like what they see already wag scarfed up three hundred million dollars from Asian tech, giant SoftBank earlier this year, but could wag in Rover both be overvalued sure. Their business models offer convenience for walkers. And owners alike in this gig economy. But the companies are at risk from some behavior problems caused by those independent walkers. Bloomberg reported late last year and a handful of high profile incidents in which customers claim that dog walking companies lost their pets. Both companies defend their doggie services pointing to the thousands of pooches safely tended to still both wag and Rover are scrappy up, starts in a rapidly growing industry still to be seen is whether there's enough space on our smartphones for two on demand, dog walkers, or who might emerge as top dog.

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"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

05:01 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Of the year and the police won best pop performance for the song at the nineteen eightyfour grammy awards and this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty five live aid happened simultaneously at wembley stadium in london attended by seventy two thousand people in jfk stadium in philadelphia attended by a hundred thousand people viewed globally by billions the event raised over one hundred twenty five million dollars for african famine relief of the car and he is set to meet with the queen in fact this is happening is this live right now guys will president trump kissed the queen will trump kiss a goblin it does not appear so we also have rod rosenstein announcing a special what did he call it guys a special law announcement or something so rosenstein is about to hold a press conference today boy i wonder if this has anything to do with his testimony where he got grilled and seared and then peter strokes testimony where he got grilled and seared and i've got tons of clips that we're going to get to from the peter stroke testimony truly incredible stuff the story is that info wars dot com the evil face of the deep state the disturbing faces of peter stroke now this is actually quite disturbing i mean i guess you could probably take any broadcast that that we do here and get funny faces and then we make funny faces this is like beyond just the funny face that you might capture from anybody doing a live broadcast this is just strange this is like what is this guy and oh no and there's this there's this weird gift we like does like a little shimmy and has like this little wicked smile and he like puckers his lips or something everybody look the overall story for me today and i can equate almost all of the news on the desk that i have here today is to victory victory in our revolutionary war for truth victory in our revolutionary war for justice and while we're not to the finish line we are just plowing forward right now so if you're watching the peter stroke testimony yesterday which we're gonna have all the clips on on the other side you're seeing how pathetic these people really are so there's two dynamics happening the democrats are being exposed for how partisan and pathetic day are were they they go back to russia they go back to kids in cages at the stroke testimony yesterday so just total insane behavior interrupting the republicans during their time just like you know a first grader they can't behave themselves that has to go sit in the back of the room or something that's what the democrat party has now become but then you think about peter stroke and you think this guy was an fbi agent this nitwit this fop this nothing this nobody this freak show this is the guy this is the guy at the fbi who's investigating hillary clinton's email and private server this is the guy sleeping around with lisa page who's on the mueller team investigating the russia probe this is the guy saying he's going to stop the president no wonder president trump has no fear of these people they're a bunch of losers they are a bunch of lenny's think about it nancy pelosi maxine waters chuck schumer peter stroke you put these people in a room they can't even hold a candle to donald trump and they're all being exposed right now and so everything you're seeing is our revolutionary war taking its foothold that's what this is you're going to have president trump for two more years probably six think about that another supreme court justice can you imagine the protests for that so all of the news today i can equate to victory now specifically you look at these headlines from yahoo fighting fake news with the law from associated free press.

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"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on Inc. Uncensored

Inc. Uncensored

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on Inc. Uncensored

"Business went from zero to one hundred twenty five million dollars in sales and that's just ceac people i mean they're all sorts of people who have gluten issues they do and he was freaking out for two reasons one it grew so fast so big that he wasn't believing his numbers but number two he was he was saying an does driven the article only three percent of the population has selecta sees who the hell is buying all this bread but lots of people have issues let's as he discovered this great piece on ud baron was done by moreira talk to me about alley web so allie web you know has had a much different path she is the younger sibling earlier sibling brother is kind of the annoying overachiever and ellie you know as she says in the piece like her parents were kinda worried about her she entered shooter brother tried to start a business they work together they hated it she hated it they had a sort of business breakup and then years later as as a mom of two in los angeles she started a business doing blowouts it was like innovation yeah that's kind of a mobile out business and she started thinking of this could become a business she got her brother interested although her brothers ball tweeting quite understand why people wanna blowouts and her husband who's also ball got involved but he sort of understood why they did and her parents were like you guys are completely insane to work together trouble parents who themselves ran a retail business they did they did she comes she comes in that kind of family they opened up a store in brentwood you know she expects like maybe twenty people the first day there's lines out the door it goes bonkers she has similar growth curve as uday and her stories about as a founder learning to let go she she eventually brought in a professional sia which she opposed but you realize it was the right thing to do and i believe dry bars now open their hundred location open the hundred under occasion helium aging anyway i could go on me one more give you one more i'm gonna go to momentos e an excellent piece on the winemaker montage by jane porter i'm a bit of a one inert is all of my colleagues know the hell out of them with this mo grew up in iran he grew up watching his dad make wine and it was it was very mystical thing for him he grew up on his grandparents farm as well they were biodynamic farms before such thing was very attentive to the life cycle of the soil i'm like kind of a balanced ecosystem no fertilizers all that stuff the islamist take power his wife becomes pregnant they're like we gotta get out of here they escape as mentioned earlier on a motorcycle through the mountains in pakistan big on this insane journey from pakistan italy mexico finally to texas where they get they get asylum and he becomes an engineer starts business sells it and then he's like you know i want to make wine the way that my dad did i wanna have a form the way my grandparents did buys around five hundred acres in oregon plants all the stuff and it is a thriving of everyone own winery called me sahra they sell in addition that they still grapes from his mum tozzi vineyard which turns up in the conveys of many top winemakers and oregon for the weiner's out there shea and kelly fox highly recommended both of them for your maze it's a lovely store and his daughter is the winemaker in his daughters both worked there it's just a lovely lovely beautiful store even all the news about asylum and immigrants it really gives you a different perspective as a lot of immigrant stories in there yeah it's as is the case every year it is that's where that's where the growth businesses come from anyway i could go on but i don't i don't eat it the entire podcast by the issue and you can read the amazing beast i didn't even get a chance to talk to buy.

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Actor Jeffrey Tambor a Hot Topic at 'Arrested Development' Premiere

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

02:09 min | 3 years ago

Actor Jeffrey Tambor a Hot Topic at 'Arrested Development' Premiere

"Price tag it's roughly fifty dollars more than a lot of the competition with tech trends i'm brian clark abc news komo news time five twenty seven there's a new number one movie at the box office a super duper topic orally flexible and young enough to carry their own franchise pretended twelve years known as x force you're absolutely right it's deadpool two took in an estimated one hundred twenty five million dollars in its opening weekend that's the second highest opening ever for an r rated film ryan reynolds stars in the second edition of deadpool and pete code it the creator and executive producer of arrested development acknowledges some people won't like the fact that he's keeping jeffrey tambor on the show the actor faces allegations of sexual misconduct claims that got him canned from his other show transparent and defending the decision to keep tambo on arrested development mitchell hurwitz says he knows good people will find this offensive he says well it gets worked up over people like harvey weinstein he also believes quotes a we don't wanna live in a world where accusations ruined people's lives the new york police department confirms it is investigating claims of criminal sexual harassment against celebrity chef and seattle native native mario batali the nypd acknowledges the probes underway after last night's sixty minutes reported an unidentified woman says batali drugged and sexually assaulted her in two thousand five batallions you to statement to cbs denying it he quit running his restaurants and being on the cooking show that chew after four women say he touched them inappropriately over two decades batali has apologized for those encounters that grammy winning musician who played with miles davis in the seventies and produce most of madonna's debut album has died his name was reggie lucas he was sixty five his daughter tells the associated press her father died from complications with his heart early saturday in new york city and meghan markle is offering a glimpse of how she sees her new role as the duchess of sussex in two new pages posted on the royal website hours after she married prince harry the newly minted duchess's pages highlight her focus on social issues and note that she campaigned successfully ag eleven to have a company changed the.

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Britney's hardcore workout - Entertainment News

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:24 min | 3 years ago

Britney's hardcore workout - Entertainment News

"Was the greatest tragedy to befall the city since world war two wbz news time six fifty the man accused of intentionally plowing his vehicle into a north carolina restaurant now facing two counts of first degree murder sixty two year old roger self killed his daughter and his daughter in law who had been sitting inside that restaurant with other members of the family no indication right now in what circumstances led up to that crash time for entertainment news now and deadpool two's opening numbers were strong enough to knock off avengers infinity war from the top spot at the weekend box office forward thinking genderneutral will be known as x force a little derivative you're absolutely right ryan reynolds sequel raking in one hundred twenty five million dollars and despite its fall two secondplace vendors infinity war still has made one point eight billion dollars across the globe it's the fourth biggest opening in history the highest grossing superhero film of all time new dad john legend made his first appearance on the red carpet since his son miles theodore was born last week legend spent some time at the billboard music awards last night telling reporters his son is named after jazz legend miles davis now while legend was out and about his wife chrissy teigen took to twitter for a bit of fun tweeting to her husband tongue in cheek manner well didn't you just have a baby john shaking my head go take care of it and def leppard now hoping for some hysteria over a new special batch of band branded beer.

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"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I was like i actually answer that i'm looking right at the time so that so that startled at ten thirty and she said it was going to go on for some time and i'm gonna what exactly is inside back live now again they expect this area to be shut down for some time i believe with pacific with daylight savings time i think is not until like eleven so so we'll see but anyway they're blowing stuff up there woodland hills so there's your there's your perfect neighborhood there buddy still love it but he point all right we'll take rate we come back the the luckiest guy in southern california at least over the last couple of months is well he plays the lottery and he knows something we don't know and also what state is planning for all of us to move there after the the the big earthquake in electrocuted stealing copper remember those stories from seven eight years ago we it's flashback weekend we had a guy will i'll tell you about it we come back right after this stealing copper for one final time that amar coming up it is super political sunday bryan suits in here until ten pm kfi am six forty more stimulating talk michael shapiro in the news men in riverside stabbed himself in the next several times as police moved in on the guy that was acting strangely outside a stater brothers market police say that they i use non lethal bullets at a taser that didn't work then the guy the knife on himself lord on his condition police and compensate a bicyclist has been struck and killed by hit and run driver just after midnight that brad field avenue in a laundry boulevard no description of the motorist a killer weekend for deadpool two take more than one hundred twenty five million dollars in domestic ticket sales its debut it's the second biggest are rated debut for a film ever we'll check out the forecast and the drive.

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Police investigating if synthetic marijuana involved in rash of drug overdoses in Brooklyn

Ric Edelman

01:13 min | 3 years ago

Police investigating if synthetic marijuana involved in rash of drug overdoses in Brooklyn

"Only heisman trophy winner from the school in nineteen fiftynine combining speed with brute strength to also have an eleven year pro football career the two way player was drafted number one in nineteen sixty by the la rams of the nfl and the houston oilers of the now defunct afl choosing to play for the oilers he quit football went to the university of tennessee dental school and became an orthodontist fake pot has taken a toll on new yorkers the nypd says twenty five people have been hospitalized in the same area of brooklyn after having negative reaction from what's believed to be synthetic marijuana notice k to no one has died but police say the hospitalizations began last night one study of a synthetic cannabinoid found that it was eighty five times as potent as the mind altering chemical in pot a month ago synthetic marijuana was linked to one hundred fifty three people falling ill and four people dying in illinois police can't say for certain of the synthetic drug caused the illnesses in new york but that's what investigators suspect julie slater kfi news deadpool two has taken over the number one spot at the box office opening with one hundred twenty five million dollars in ticket sales in the us and canada avengers infinity war came in second followed by book club the melissa mccarthy comedy the life of the party and breaking in traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center we've got a crash in industry.

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"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In the story and what is the difference between colton religion and where do i determine my moral compass on the difference between right and wrong now if peaceful coexistence between rush corum and antelope was the original goal for everybody sure didn't last long don't make state ren if somebody doesn't do something just awesome which triggered most of the craziness that was to follow this is chapman speaking when we started doing research we found that like the first real line that was drawn in the sand between these two groups was over land use they didn't know this but other than hawaii oregon had d most strict land use laws in the country and the plot of land that they bought the big muddy ranch that was sixty four thousand acres was known for exclusive farm use only which limited like what kind of buildings you could have on there how many houses you could have on the property and so very early on the co founder of nike bill bauer men who shared a property line with this commune starts putting together this legal defense with an environmental group called thousand friends of oregon to dismantle the city and for this group would just spent one hundred twenty five million dollars building there topi they thought as an act of survival to go into the closest town to them which was antelope which was nineteen miles away and buy up all the for sale property move in their own followers to their community and then they would therefore be able to take over political control of the town which would allow them inc rights which would allow them to build their businesses would allow the their church there in town and so they move over sixty followers into this very conservative cowboy ranching town of antelope and basically took it over one of the interesting parallels that we found in the series was on first glance the cultural divide between these groups is so fast but antelope was a very religious town that had transformed their barren wasteland into their little city and they had a church right in the middle of town and.

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"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"City and for this group would just spent one hundred twenty five million dollars building their utah they thought as an act of survival to go into the closest town to them which was antelope which was nineteen miles away and buy up all the for sale property move in their own followers to their community and then they would therefore be able to take over political control the town which would allow them inc rights which would allow them to build their businesses and allow them that their church there in town and so they moved over sixty followers into this very conservative cowboy ranching town of antelope and basically took it over one of the interesting parallels that we found in the series was on first glance the cultural divide between these groups is so vast but antelope was a very religious town that had transformed their barren wasteland into their little city and they had a church right in the middle of town and had prayer in public school and and these are by and large frontier townsfolk that aren't looking for handouts the pull yourself up by your bootstraps type people and the russian issues wanted their own city with church right in the middle of it and wanted to practice their way of life another place we see competing narratives is the question of religious liberty once the russian she's did a mass political power and antelope they were in a position to use local institutions the schools the police whatever in service of their community and the antelope paeans therefore argued that the russian issues were violating the separation of church and state the.

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"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To metro and the company's gonna cover the one hundred twenty five million dollar price tag says the game plan is for opening in two thousand twenty two am absolutely confident that this will happen and tell them it's all grounders to the ballpark a union station kris ankarlo kfi news lapd officer has been caught trying to drive illegal immigrants to so cal prosecutors say the off duty cop picked up to mexicans edeka cdo in san diego county border patrol agents stopped the car at a checkpoint about twelve miles north of the border court documents say everyone in the car seemed nervous tuesday that led to a secondary inspection the two men getting a ride initially told agents they were americans they later admitted to crossing the border illegally sunday the officer has been charged with transporting illegal immigrants andrew mollenbeck kfi news north and south korea have committed to officially end the korean war and to denuclearize the peninsula kim jong un became the first north korean leader today to cross over to the south than the two leaders met in the demilitarized zone president trump says he's hopeful for peace a reporter asked trump if the north is playing us it's never gone this far i don't think it's ever had this enthusiasm for for them wanting to make veal and yeah i agree the united states has been played beautifully like a fiddle because you had a different kind of a leader we're not going to be played trump is expected to meet kim jong early june amazon says it's increasing the price of prime membership from ninety nine dollars per year two hundred nineteen the change will take effect for people subscribing for renewing or renewing after mid june amazon also announced yesterday a big bump in quarterly earnings the company's first quarter reviews.

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"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on The Pulse

The Pulse

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on The Pulse

"And the question is what role do these factors play when we see two people who've been through the same terrible event like a hurricane one comes out the other side okay and the other one release struggles resilience and what foster's it got the attention of the military during a time when its members were experiencing especially high levels of stress and adversity one of the findings is the military system does not have enough fiscal or personal resources to adequately support the psychological health of service i would like to find out from you what the department of defense is doing for the whole servicemember include in two thousand seven congressman dated several task force reports that highlighted the immediate need to provide better resources for america's servicemembers including care for psychological problems like depression suicide and post traumatic stress disorder a lot going on right now on the mental health side and the goal there was really to try to change the military culture to assist him that's based on resilience and strengthen readiness of the force be able to assess and treat problems early on and better support reintegration all of this came to a head during a time when the military is engaged in wars and if ghanistan in iraq are longer deployments repeated deployments and lisa says service members and families needed ways to get through it so the military developed a lot of different trainings aimed at building resilience and preventing psychological problems and then they rolled out a massive program yami want you to be totally fit both in body and mind that's why the army wants you to get involved with the comprehensive soldier fitness program in two thousand nine the army actually stood up the comprehensive soldier fitness program can't balance our military life with your other responsibilities without being emotionally stable during combat tours in two countries was off for me being able to process those emotions makes you a better soldier and a better person it is the largest intentional universal prevention program that's ever been undertaken to address psychological problems the army spent one hundred twenty five million dollars on this initiative.

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Sharon Stone Defends James Franco Against Sexual Misconduct Claims: ‘I’m Appalled With What’s Happening to Him’

Donna and Marley

02:24 min | 3 years ago

Sharon Stone Defends James Franco Against Sexual Misconduct Claims: ‘I’m Appalled With What’s Happening to Him’

"Coon rapids saint paul minneapolis give me the update this is a mytalk dirt alert update a quick look at what's happening in entertainment dirt dirt on mytalk did you this dirt alert update is brought to you by walgreens little sharon stone supports the metoo movement but she is defending james franco stone who played a small role in franco's the disaster artist doesn't believe the four female film students who have accused him of inappropriate behavior she says i'm paul with what's happening with franco stones set on mark marins podcast decrying the lack of due process and she says as for the fifth woman violet palley claim franko forced her to perform oral sex don't call her the girlfriend and that's how she could be offended when a guy she's dating as for sex franko is the loveliest kindest sweetest most elegant nicest she went on to say everybody's experience is different tricky i mean they're little that you can say because it's like we don't know we just don't know but you've got to you know if somebody's accusing somebody of something you kind of want to lay out the accuser and you also want to you know sort of protect due process the irishman starring robert deniro and alpa chino is way over budget and set to become director martin scorsese's most expensive film ever this sounds like a cool movie you guys netflix spot film for a hundred and five million dollars and agreed to one hundred twenty five million dollar budget but costs have soared to one hundred and seventy five million said one insider and they haven't done the music yet shoot with locations all over the tri state area started august and wrapped earlier this month scripts says he has shot for more than one hundred six days the most he has ever spent shooting a movie scorsese's hugo is said to have taken a monster and five days i was his second longest movie so this movie sounds pretty good yeah robert deniro alpa chino you know it's going to be set in the boston area it's going to be pretty cool a lot of money but it'll be interesting to say.

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"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The show using the mobile phone out as well our executive razors joe hosni the mirror armacost governor hogan signed yesterday announced his school safety proposal a supplemental budget one hundred twenty five million dollars to enhance security of schools in the wake of the mass shooting that killed seventeen at parkland they said of course they're gonna have you are obviosuly threat assessments there's going to be you know boards analysts and studies done and they're going to do whatever they can to harden schools and and may be put some must school resource officers in play there but the governor is in direct opposition to the president on one issue at least that is arming teachers according to the washington compost today the governor said i don't think we should be him ending of guns two drama teachers and biology teachers however i think we ought to let the local school systems make decisions about whether they should have armed trained resources officers that they believe could protect the school so the governor's bought into this leftist argument that what we're gonna do we're gonna arm kindergarten teachers are we going to arm y'all sister mary marie in uh in in similar them maybe a private schools and you do whatever they want but at the public schools of ema this is look if you are a teachers you may already have a concealed carry weapon permadi maury have a firearm in your home you may already be trade why not again i think all options should be on the table here already we're finding the the liberals and our centrists through rhino republicans are already this missing the idea of arming some of the teachers lots another myth that the teachers earn again that all teachers going to be required or mandated to be on that's not what they're saying not at all so again the governor also would banned bump stocks he was all in favour of that and of course a model his name on a minus rating from the national rifle association he endorse creating a red flag law that would allow judges to temporarily water gun owners to surrender firearms if they are deemed to be a danger to themselves or others and now again you can correct me if i'm wrong but i thought there were already.

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"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Now that the whole report that he was offered one hundred twenty five million dollars not true now that's the case where does that stuff come friday now comes from leaks ah comes from either agen sore i told you many times you know millions of the general managers and the the put pressure on the players i think there's one sounds good you near usually it's three or four i ate it sounds to me like this one's franck was from the agent initially to throw a number out there the say that he was saying no to a because he deserved more drummer more interest say yeah exactly mount why he's unsigned that's all we know as of now in its february what is very disappointing i man i can't wait to see what happens with this that's the other thing in major league baseball the hundred or so free agents that are out there that haven't received more so the big name guys the hawes moore's the massakin says i so i think sweeney at yesterday the yankees are kind of still dabbling with that idea about mushtaq is but we saw eye are as it has a longer this goes on the better it is for the yankees go is going to want to come and be a part of this roster for a year and a show me contract whatever and the fact as you know the end of the major league baseball players association is having add their own training again at img academy down in florida yep and i don't know how many guys gaza shown afford i haven't seen a all check it during the break but i think that almost all of the players that are on that list are all showing up should get themselves chip aditya hide seven o'clock in the fan the morning show it's boomer ngo greg out for the day huge presidents they savings going on now.

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"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I know corporation get queenie 'cause i'm involved in one way now in my job i think it's different in baseball i think the play easy getting queen now i think they want to many years i think they want too much money and you and i both know that's only on not made this to lose money so whenever things go off in faithful gift picked it get it gets passed on to us when i go all game my ticket prices go up my parking go go bottled water goes up you know a hot dog a beer and and this is the problem and i don't understand why please can't live on a fiveyear deal on the twenty million dollars i mean you explain to me why this guy martinez in all these other player got gotta get these is i'm looking at those burks okay well you've made you've made your point i i'll tell you why i disagree then look i'm not saying that players can't exist on you know apparently jd martinez turned out five years one hundred twenty five million dollars but look when you're a baseball player you have a limited limited window where you can make money because you can't be a free agent for six years or so let's say you started twenty one twenty two all right your already twenty six twenty seven before you're able to get big money you know unless the team decides to sign new longterm and by out some of your arbritration in and free agent years so you've got probably a fiveyear window when you think about it from age twenty six twenty seven to thirty two to make a lot of money because app after that if you're 32 now and you go out on the market nobody's going to give you a longterm contract nobody's going to give you a big money unless you are a superstar whose convinced that you can eggs you can be a star into your late 30s and that's harder and harder to do now that steroids are i say naively more or less out of the game so you got to get it while you can and look if you can get seven years you on seven years he had 10 years you can get ten years you want it in and to say that it's greedy you know well you can.

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"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on Pod Save America

"That is our advantage over this other side that we often say there are more of us in all of these things and those things are true but their coalition is built on fear it's built on hey train which means that our moral high ground is one that will also make us more effective if we decide to come together on what we are about that we are about truth about justice that we are about 'liberation their whereabout equity for everyone and nitrogen animal bill and i'd say concretely you know it's important that we have a plan that we have a plan when we get into power that we can actually enact right than like when we get into power in alec scrambling to come up with something that we actually have something so you think about the trump just gave seven hundred billion dollars to the military it would only take one hundred twenty five million dollars to take every single person how to poverty that we could do that study just came out today they say that the got the military spends one hundred twenty five million dollars per day on the military like that's it's never been a question about whether there's money or not there is money and you think about when people talk about things like financial literacy it's like we don't need to teeth poor people financial literacy poor people know how to manage their money better than everybody in the middle class because they have to you so it's like what does it mean financial literacy we don't have assets is that we gave white people assets across the country so what if we took those committees that we redlined we we drew green mines around them right and just like invested in those people you know the post office used to be a bank in the country up into the 70s in that was really important because the post office gave out loans and in stopped banking desert's like we could do those things again and we could do them for every body in a way that would actually build equity and assets.

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"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Potential to close loopholes and do summit a no brainer things uh internet at the nobrainer provider fee hospitals have come forward and said look what will will impose a a piece of the grocery see paxton are you match it four to warn you take twentyfive million metric four to one and all of a sudden you have one hundred twenty five million dollars for medicaid again even governor brownback in kansas at find this forty four other states have done that we are just leaving money on the table and i'm really worried this could come back and and double wide us because then we don't have it in the pay when they start doing this analysis is going on in congress a bill that was passed but veto correct correct they were part of the big omnibus tax bill that at the senate thirty four to four broad bipartisan support but again was vetoed for ideological reasons and i think you know the governor of fit of anger well i did think she want her legacy to be having never raise attack and obviously thirty four of the 42 senator felt that were at a point where we have got to start digging our stayed out of the math that were in and it's going to involve some revenues indeed are these are low hanging fruit things that need to be fixed and tweet so you're working on the tax and raft stabilization interm committee other committees are involved in so i also do attend court correction and a court for water committee down in silver city with the latest on when the he'll he la reine unbelievable here we are all these years later and we still don't have a plan uh they're apparently getting closer so we've actually asked him to come back in november we meet in santa fe november twelve th and thirteen th then they're going to come back day being uh a group that putting in nick is called the cap entity uh that that coming up with a plan to spend diverting money uh and they're gonna come present that plant who so that's been a big issue and an you know the water challengers are one when it rains like it's been raining and a drought goes away they don't.

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"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"Total recall jacob here's the problem i don't wanna compare this to veer hogan's film but this movie bags me to you did the whole time but i went in i didn't rewards the original i wanted to go in with an open mind but this film begged me to just one i thought i was out the poll me back yin and made me compared to the original and it does not hold a candle to that remakes let's try to forget that i'll give memory implant first time ever seen something call toll recall this is still a bad film mrs awful like the premise is just stupid that whole conflate to that robots are going to blow up an entire continent so this is lex luther right so go add get the real estate and such a richard people like it's just a dumb film and then i guess maybe these sets look great i just don't care about him that it's too bad they didn't care about character and story and plot as much because it's not there there's nothing to grasp on to for me i i have fallen through the elevator shaft era and fallen all the way through to the us be because nothing here to hold onto for me this is a strong recommend stewart yeah it's total retread any here's i'll just be nicer for someone that enjoy the first movie this does the all like you didn't do anything and it makes me mad that people were this lazy and were given one hundred twenty five million dollars that's unfair but life is unfair oh well that's what happened here i did try to put myself into the perception of someone that hadn't seen the movie maybe at all or maybe in a long while would they find this acceptable well i don't think the like it it's impersonal but they probably won't it.

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"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on Outside the Lines

Outside the Lines

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on Outside the Lines

"I think the signing of young car extension five years one hundred twenty five million dollars making him the highestpaid player by some calculus in i think it's just the residence it's a fee chips that is a big story now is no one was expecting him to take off or not to spend the rest of his crew necessarily with less vegas oakland los angeles wherever the raiders are going to be put footballs are big sport this is a kid who is poised to be the tom brady of the next generation who is demonstrated in his three years as a pro that he is the real deal reached somebody's gotta be the next guy would you said the route tom brady good hundred ninety nine or i could just hero david somewhere say vertical past twenty five dollars per quarterback it was poetically beautiful all right under reported stories of the week we check the calendar we go back with forty five years yes to the advent of title nine and for me vets sheikh it is as of this very day the forty th anniversary of title nine sometimes just saying title nine seems to put people to sleep because it's a piece of legislation and that's not that second politicized yes exactly it it it can be very polarizing terms of what people think the ramifications of bent to me it's a huge story because i think it's going to be a key variable in how college sports look going forward whether we're gonna pay college athletes how those administrations will work around title nine what role title nine will play in the potential paying of college athletes whether it will be hindrance or whether it's not going to be here it's i think that's going to be a key piece of legislation in what the landscape of college sports looks like over the next ten years look nothing has been.

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"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"one hundred twenty five million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

"Center in organization fighting transgender bathroom rights you a big financial boost couples pete combs reports that will help them the group efforts to once again put the issue on the ballot the organization just one privacy is against the idea of allowing someone to use the bathroom that matches their gender identity for the second time which leaders are pushing the statewide ballot initiative i fifteen fifty two which would force people to use the bathroom or locker room the corresponds with their birth identity now german joseph back home is posted on facebook that just won't privacy has received a fifty thousand dollar contribution from an unnamed daughter the seattle times reports that huge chunk of change hasn't yet showed up at the group's filings to the public disclosure commission but it comes after an opposing group called washington will discriminated laud 50000 daughter donation of its own from the the aclu pete combs komo israel proposed income tax passes in the city's seattle two percent of tax could be deducted from people running more than two hundred fifty thousand dollars a year to actually beyond income earned over two hundred fifty thousand dollars so for example if you've made two hundred sixty thousand you'd have to pay you to pursue tax on at extra ten thousand dollars is leaving concern that many of seattle tech workers and other high income earners may choose to live outside the city members of the seattle city council say the tax could raise one hundred twenty five million dollars year and helped pay for transportation housing and education aid hanford workers re reported chemical the present an area outside the tank farm this morning rob rocks borer with the washington river protection solutions says three hanford workers were medically evaluated five others did not have any symptoms refuse to be looked at the employee's were performing set of work in and around the 285 a facility which is a water and air air service building near the a tank farm this is not an area that requires the use of supplied here the area has now been restricted to workers and they are working.

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