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US jobless claims fall below 1 million but remain high
"A lot of people again filed first time unemployment claims last week but the number is falling from past weeks the labor department says new applications for unemployment benefits fell below one million for the first time in five months with nine hundred and sixty three thousand workers seeking jobless aid last week that was two hundred and twenty eight thousand fewer people from the previous week the four week moving average was also down it fell to one and a quarter million in all about fifteen and a half million people are receiving jobless aid right now a level unseen since the Great Depression of the nineteen thirties last week's declining claims does suggest layoffs are slowing of the total still exceeds the pre pandemic record of just under seven hundred thousand Ben Thomas Washington
UK records deepest recession among top economies
"Is on course to record the deepest Corona virus related slump among the world seven leading industrial economies after official figures released today showed It's shrinking by 1/5 in the second quarter alone and Britain's recession deeper than those recorded by comparable economies in Europe, notably Germany, France in Italy or that of the United States. And
Red Robin reopens 346 indoor dining rooms
"Restaurant chain Red Robin says it's re opened 346 indoor dining rooms with limited capacity, or about 84% of it's currently owned restaurants after pandemic related closures. But the company is burning through its cash with red Robin, saying it expects to run through two million a week in the third quarter, double the pace from the prior three month period. Comparable sales fell about 41% in the second quarter versus the same period a year ago. At red Robin,
UK economy in recession after 20.4% second quarter slump
"Britain's chancellor me she soon not has painted a bleak picture on the domestic economy ahead following the impact of could be nineteen or most business sectors Jules figures showed the economy has contracted by Rachael twenty point four percent in the second quarter of twenty twenty as a result of looked on the measures put in place to counter the corona virus pandemic this slump follows a two point two percent quarterly contraction in the first three months of the year Britain's chancellor we she soon knock who's told reporters the challenging period lies ahead I said that hard times were coming and today's figures show the whole time to hear hundreds of thousands of people have already lost their jobs and sadly many more well all the tough decisions can't be avoided soon not promises no one will be left without hope or opportunity Charles the end of this month London
UK plunges into worst recession of any major economy
"The British economy is officially in its steepest recession record after contracting twenty point, four percent between April and June taking the different timings of lockdown into account. It's also one of the worst performers in Europe so far this year as the UK, went into lockdown shops, shuttered factory and construction activity ground to a halt and household spending plunged. The BBC's swooping chant explains the scale of the decline. It's bad whether you're making things in a factory selling stuff on the shop floor building a house, all the sectors in the economy declined between April and June the UK's performance was also worse than many other economies like Germany, the US, and that's because we do more things that involve social interaction. For example, we've got the big soccer league in the world we also go to concerts and live entertainment venues. None of that was happening between eight four in June in the first half of the year. The UK economy contracted by around twenty two percent. That's about double the contractions. Seen in America and also Germany but things have started to look up so far in the third quarter, and there are a lot of government programs aimed at getting people out to eat at restaurants, visit pubs, going shopping all those are signs that things will be coming back in the last half of the year. If you just walk outside the building, you know there's lots of tables outside lots of diners sitting outside activities coming back. Retail sales are almost back to levels. They were before the lockdown and ten million people according to the government have taken advantage of a special scheme. To them half price dining out. So things are looking on the are largely due to government support
interview With Marine Gunnery Sgt. Justin LeHew
"This is Jaakko podcast number two, forty, two with Echo Charles and me Jaakko willink. Good Evening Echo, meet evening. The president of the United States of America takes pleasure in presenting the Navy Cross. To Gunnery Sergeant Justin de la Hugh. United States Marine Corps. For extraordinary heroism. As Amphitheater Assault Platoon Sergeant Company a First Battalion Second Marines. Task Force. Tarawa. I Marine Expeditionary Force in support of operation. Iraqi Freedom. On Twenty three and twenty, four. March two, thousand, three. As regimental combat to attack north towards on Nasariyah Iraq lead elements of the battalion came under heavy enemy fire. When the beleaguered United States Army Five, hundred seventh maintenance company convoy was spotted in the distance. Gunnery Sergeant La Hugh and his crew were dispatched to rescue the soldiers. Under constant enemy fire. He led the rescue team to the soldiers. With total disregard for his own welfare he assisted the evacuation effort of four soldiers, two of whom were critically wounded. While still receiving enemy fire, he climbed back into his vehicle and immediately began suppressing enemy infantry. During, the subsequent. Company attack on the Eastern Bridge over the afraid he's river gunnery sergeant. Hugh continuously exposed himself to withering enemy fire during the three hour urban firefight. His courageous battlefield presence inspired Marines to fight a determined foe that allowed him to physician his platoon's heavy machine-guns to repel numerous waves of attackers. In the midst of the battle and amphibious assault vehicle was destroyed, killing or wounding all its occupants gunnery sergeant La- hugh immediately move to recover the nine Marines. He again exposed himself to a barrage of fire as he worked for nearly an hour recovering casualties from the wreckage. By his. Display of decisive leadership unlimited courage in the face of heavy enemy fire. And utmost devotion to duty. Gunnery Sergeant La- Hugh reflected great credit upon himself. And upheld the highest traditions of the Marine Corps. And the United States. Naval Service. And That is. A. Citation. About. One episode. In one marine's life. And it doesn't explain everything in that marines life nor does it explain everything about the Marine Corps? But. It does give eight? Glimpse. into. What Marines do? and. What are American servicemen are capable of, but it's only a glimpse. And you know these these citations. Throughout the military when you when you go to different military bases, not been too many many military bases around the country around the world, these these citations of heroic wards. oftentimes, they're they're posted in various places around the based on on the walls in the classrooms on quarter decks. and. Throughout my career starting as a young. Young. Kid I would stop. And I would read through these. These citations and I would always wish to myself. I would always wish that I could meet these men. And I could talk to them. And I could learn from them and I could see what they were. What they were really like. And with that in mind. It is an absolute honor today to have that opportunity as. Sergeant major retired Justin La- hugh is. Joining us. To share the experiences that he had and the lessons that he learned. In his service in his life. Justin. Honor to have year. Thanks for coming out. It's honored to be here with you today Jaakko and you, etc.. I Um. Every every time I get to talk to somebody and just learn from their experiences and man I've had the opportunity in a we were talking a little bit about this. You know the the opportunity, some of the people that have come on this podcast just unbelievable to to capture their lessons from guys that were on Tarawa e Jima. And just incredible and it's an honor for me to sit here and and be able to. Capture some of these lessons for for people not just not just soldiers not just marines. But just people. So, that we can learn from. Let's. Let's start at the beginning. What started let's start at where you came from. So you were born in. Columbus Grove Ohio is that right Columbus, Ohio small little farm community, but two thousand people. Think it's been upper down of one hundred over the past one hundred years does up there. Kinda was like any Norman Rockwell painting that you would ever say and it was a great place to grow up when I was younger, it was a play she didn't lock your doors. It was a place where parents told you to be in by the time the street lights came on. I truly was like the fabric of America You grew up playing Little League Baseball Pony League Baseball You grew up knowing every kid in the two schools that were in town because it was kind of like a little Northern Ireland it was either Protestants and Catholics wasn't anything else. It was kind of those two choices and for grades one through eight there was the Catholic school that was on the other side of the railroad tracks, and then there was the public school and then you knew by sports and buy. Your neighbors you knew everybody and it didn't matter if it was K. through twelve, you knew the kindergarteners because you were school with their brothers and sisters. It was a really tight very hard working community
Over 900 in Georgia district quarantine as high school shut
"A Georgia school district is quarantined more than nine hundred students and staff members because of possible exposure to the corona virus since classes resumed last week the Cherokee county school district outside Atlanta opened its doors last Monday as the state continues recording about thirty five hundred new virus infections each day photo surfaced of high school students clustered together and no one wearing masks about sixty students teachers and staff have tested positive for the virus although it's not clear if anyone was infected at school the district had given parents the option of classroom learning or online and only about a quarter of the forty two thousand students stayed at home one high schools now being closed because of the virus spread and quarantines have affected some twenty of the schools in George's Cherokee county hi Jackie Quinn
New York - Nets 108, Magic 96: Brooklyn Improves to 5-2 in NBA Restart
"In the Orlando bubble. They beat the Magic Today 108 96. They will play Game one of the playoffs next week against Toronto. The Islanders open up their Stanley Cup playoffs on Wednesday afternoon, the quarter final round of the playoffs. At least they'll play Game one against capitals. Tomorrow. Astros hitting
Lumentum Earnings Guidance Tops, Apple-Supplier's Stock Rises
"Let's start with lamenting him. which is a stock I know you've had on your radar for a while fourth quarter results better than expected that plus guidance for the new fiscal year was enough to push lament shares up four percent this morning. This is an optical networking company and. I hasten to add a supplier to a little company called Apple.
Public Health Officials Are Increasingly Facing Threats
"Threats for me and my family and harassing my daughters to the point where I have to get security is just I mean, it's amazing I wouldn't have imagined in my wildest dreams. That people who object to things that are pure public health principles are so set against it and don't like what you and I say it, namely in the word of science. That they actually threaten you. That's Dr Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading expert on infectious diseases, speaking to CNN's Sanjay Gupta, about threats he and his family have received because of his work. And Dr Fauci is not alone. Public health officials across the US are also receiving threats from people who are against the policies they put forth to combat the corona virus. Things like recommendations to wear masks and practice social distancing. Michelle Mellow is a professor of law and a professor of medicine at Stanford, and she's been researching this exact topic. Michelle, Welcome to the show. Happy to be here. Shall you wrote an article about the attacks on public health officials during covert 19. What was it that prompted you to even look into this? Well, it happens that one of my bosses that Stanford is married to our Santa Clara County local health officer here in the Bay Area, So I do have a personal connection to somebody who's experienced these kind of attacks. Tell us a little bit about what kinds of attacks were talking about. All across the country. We've really seen a number of things that made your audience seem pretty shocking and are unusual even in the American context we have seen, you know the usual Internet trawling, but the attacks have taken on a highly personal and almost violent dimension. Across the country. We've seen health officer subject to dock, saying the exposure of their personal information like their addresses or loved ones, names on the Internet. Angry and sometimes armed protestors showing up at their private residences, vandalism of their offices and homes, lots of harassing telephone calls and even death threats to the point of having to have private security details assigned to their families. Michelle, one of the things that prompted me. I'd saw the research here and then saw that Dr Anthony Fauci has needed to get his own extra private security because I believed his family had been threatened. Are we primarily talking about high profile figures like that, Or are we talking about? Anyone who's sort of on the front lines dealing with Corona virus cases. In particular, we're talking about people who ordinarily are about his low profile. As you can get local public health is thean visible angel that keeps us all healthy. But most of us until this pandemic you never heard of or seen our local health officer. They have been in the news lately on television and newspaper a lot, so they're no longer such private figures. But these are not high profile figures. They're not national figures. In most cases, they're not. They don't have a political agenda. There are doctors trying to do their jobs. Who are making these threats. Well, it comes from a variety of quarters. Ah, leader in Catalyst in this movement has been the anti vaccination movement here in the U. S. That has all of a sudden pivoted from their usual agenda of attacking public figures who advocate vaccination to going after health officers who are advocating masking and the extension of state home or business closure orders, But it's not on ly these groups. They've been joined by thousands of people across the country who are just really disgruntled and incredibly stressed. By the long term economic impact and social isolation that has stemmed from public health orders during the pandemic. Medical professionals are take a Hippocratic oath to serve whoever it is that needs their help. So like this, this feels like doctors and nurses didn't necessarily sign up to be. In such a political battle, You know, it's interesting the politicization of first responders because those on the front lines were actually caring for covert patients have been politicized as heroes in this pandemic. But the same groups of individuals, doctors and nurses who are working in the public health sector have been demonised as villains. They're all working toward the same goals, and we need to understand that, although they execute their objectives in different ways, they're all working towards a single and so are we. So it's really striking to me that there's been this polarization and how folks have viewed First responders and public health doctor's Michelle. Stick with us. We'll be back in a moment. This is the take away. On the next. 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And I'm wondering if this is now transferring over to medical professionals and health professionals. Well, yet we have to distinguish between medical professionals who are on the frontline response like the ones who are working in hospitals and the ones I'm talking about. Are those were working in public health departments. I'm not aware of specific problems involving the folks who are working in hospitals other than nobody wants to stand next to them at the grocery store. But the public health officials really have had to have protection stepped up. Unfortunately, most of our elected officials to the extent that they're speaking to this issue at all have been joining in the attacks. You know, there are folks who are making their name for themselves politically. By joining in the chorus of attacks against public health officials. In some cases, their own public health officers, you know, saying things like their anti Democratic their tyrannical when in reality, those same health officers are the only people in that state who can issue these orders. They're executing. Planning done by other elected officials, who then sort of hide behind this rhetoric, So it really is, in my view, despicable that instead of offering support to these hardworking, underpaid under attack health officers State and local officials. And in some cases, congressmen and the president have joined in the attacks, and the president himself has been the foam enter and chief here Retweeting such statements as everyone is lying. The CDC media Democrats are doctors, everyone we're told to trust That kind of statement fans the flames. Michelle did your research show whether or not there was a difference in health officers who are in red states versus blue states or our folks that work in these positions across the board, subject to this type of harassment. You know, we really have seen it in all kinds of communities. Certainly there is a red and blue divide in willingness to accept public health measures like masking and to the extent that you're leading a community that's more red than blue. You might have a larger segment of the population going after you. But some of the people who have been under attack are in heavily blue communities were actually most of the population really supports what they're doing. Polling is very much in their favor. But there is a vocal extreme of vocal minority that is dominating attention. Is there anything that public health officials Khun do to protect themselves? You know, to protect themselves. Many of them do need security details, and they need elected officials to stand up and indicate that when these actions crossed the line into illegal forms of harassment, they'll be subject to prosecution in terms of self defense strategies. You know, I think it may be late in the game for this, but there are some things that I think We know help to cultivate public trust and buy in to coerce of public health legal measures. Polling shows us that when people feel that they have a say in public health policy agendas when quote unquote people like me can influence agendas in public health policy, they're more likely to accept laws, even the ones that they don't love. So I think there are opportunities for some health officers to double down on the transparency and candor in their public communications. We do have examples of where this has been done Extraordinary. Well. I think it helps to humanize health officers to telegraph that they're really struggling with these decisions. They don't take them lightly, and also that they have the support of consultation of a number of other people. Well, they're not acting alone and imposing these orders. Do you know of any health officers who have decided to leave? Ah, the job as a result of this because it doesn't feel like you know, the virus is not going away. Assume as many of us would have liked, and people are going to have to make policies and an implement policies until we've got some clarity on where what the next phase of this is so have folks that you know, decided to leave their jobs as a result. Absolutely. I think the count is up near 30. Now, health officers who have either resigned or been forced out by their elected officials since the start of the disease pandemic because of the politicization of their orders. And that includes Oxiris Barbeau, who was the New York City health commissioner. It includes Nicole Quick, the health commissioner of Orange County are most affected County in California. In terms of covert cases it includes West Virginia health officer for the state had the slam so lots of folks who are dealing very, very difficult situation simply, it's just not reasonable to expect them to go on month after month. In this kind of climate, especially when they're not getting any support from other officials mentioned Oxygen's Barbeau and I know that was a big issue here in New York, particularly because she clashed with Mayor Bill de Blasio. Are we seeing a lot of that? A CZ? Well, just internally among Officers and public health officials, and also just, you know, the other officials that they're dealing with. It feels like I don't know if that was very specific to New York City politics or if that's also happening across the board. I think that is happening in a lot of communities. Yes, where you have a schism between elected branches of government that represent communities that have a particular ideological bent and help officers who have been serving you know for many, many administrations many many years and you are You're acting on the science a TTE this point of the pandemic. People are fed up with the science. They want a balance of between health concerns and economic and other concerns. And again. Some health officers have been very good at explaining how public health orders balanced. Those concerns and others who are maybe less transparent, really have been confronted by a lot of attacks from Ah, elsewhere in government. But, you know, responding to local political pressures themselves you mentioned earlier. We we are having to differentiate between threatening health officers and health officials and making and threatening frontline workers like doctors and nurses. But Our doctors and nurses subject to any type of politicization and threats right now, because of the role that they what they could possibly represent, or have they gotten off Have they sort of not been in the cross hairs? If you will. You know, I'm not aware of those kinds of attacks. I think it's more just that What we hear from them is the difficulty that they have in their personal lives Because people know they work with sick people. They don't want to be around him. They don't want to be around their kids. So it's the usual story in any pandemic, where You're the child of somebody who's working with an affected patient. Nobody wants their kid in school with you. I think that causes some difficulties for them, but it's a different quality and caliber of attack than what we've been talking about with public health officers. Michelle Mellow is a professor of law at Stanford Law School and a professor of medicine at Stanford University. School of Medicine. Michelle. Thanks so much, Thank you.
Airbnb Headed for Confidential IPO Filing This Month
"This is something that I would normally wait until the news was official before reporting on, but AIRBNB is the biggest Unicorn we've been anticipating, Mike Public, all year, its path to an IPO has so perilous what with covert and everything, and frankly we've discussed how very desperately the company needs to go public soon mostly for internal morale. So worth noting that sources are telling the Wall Street Journal that AIRBNB plans to confidentially filed for an IPO, this month with the aim of May getting the listing out the door by the end of the year. Let me let the Wall Street. Journal. Reminds you of how he got here quote. The long-awaited move, we'll bring one of the stalwarts of the sharing economy into the public domain alongside ride sharing platforms uber and Lyft, and sets up the next few months to be especially busy time for big IPO's AIRBNB was recently valued at eighteen billion dollars down from an earlier evaluation of thirty, one billion an imminent debut would mark a turnaround for airbnb which was founded in two thousand eight and allows people to list their homes for rent for years. The company shied away from the public markets as it grew into. One of the most highly valued startups with four point eight, billion in revenue in two, thousand, nineteen alone. It also spent big however prompting it. To swing to a loss in the first nine months of twenty nineteen compared with a two hundred dollar profit a year earlier, The Wall Street Journal reported its woes deepened late last year after issues emerged involving crime and safety problems on its platform and as the pandemic spread across the globe. So did the company's headaches people stopped traveling causing bookings to plummet airbnb three years ago valued at more than thirty billion dollars rush to secure financing from private equity firms, Silverlake, and sixty partners at a high interest rate and with warrants that when exercise would value the company at eighteen billion dollars in May. AIRBNB. said it was laying off a quarter of its staff and
Dr. J. Mario Molina Discusses Medicaid Program Financing in Light of the On-Going COVID-19 Pandemic
"On background, the ongoing Kobe nineteen pandemic has caused the worst unemployment rates since the Great Depression. Since Medicaid and the economy are negatively correlated when one's up the others down. Recent Kaiser family. Foundation study concluded that by January, seventeen million people could be newly eligible for the Medicaid. Program that would represent a twenty four percent increase in current program participation. As state. Which Medicaid funding is typically the second largest state expense after education they've cratered largely since two thirds of state income is generated via income and sales taxes. One month ago, the C. P. P. estimated states that are required to bounce their budgets. Each year are looking at revenue shortfalls totally accumulative five, hundred, fifty, five, billion dollars over fiscal years twenty through twenty two. In an effort to short state Medicaid programs and mitigate the economic fall back fall out in mid-march. The congress increased the federal government's Medicaid match termed eth- map by six point two percent in late. May The house further up the match to fourteen percent under the Heroes Act. The here act would also provide more than one train to state and local governments including nine, hundred, fifty, billion flexible aid. The Senate Majority leader however failed to refuse to take the house bill. As of today, it appears the presence executive steps taken Saturday to address four non healthcare. Related issues has caused Congress to journey until September seventeenth that is another code relief package will at best not be considered until late that month. With Megan and discussed the pandemics effects on the Medicaid. Program is Dr. Mario. Molina. So that document as a somewhat lengthy background introduction, let me begin by asking you generally what's your assessment? Of the Kobe nineteen pandemic effect on the Medicaid population I asked particularly in context of the fact that Medicaid is largely responsible for covering long term care facility a healthcare, and we've seen of course disproportion effect on long-term facility residents. I think that Medicaid patients are going to be disproportionately affected for a couple of reasons as Medicaid, the biggest pair of long-term care in the country. and clearly those patients have been hard hit. But we're also seeing that it disproportionately affects people who are lower income who are working as essential workers in essential businesses. Most Medicaid patients work, but they're working in low income jobs often without. Health Insurance paid for by the employer. So they are probably greater risk and we've certainly seen that black and Latino. Are More affected by. Colbert Dan. Caucasian population. Okay. Thank you. Yes. Definitely the case. Before. I ask about the Congress and state responses. Let me ask you this question. There's a lot of discussion and speculation regarding healthcare utilization. meaning that covid nineteen will will cause comparatively an increase in utilization. Interestingly enough I looked at some statistics that showed because of elective surgeries being canceled or postponed. Data showing then April. Healthcare expenditures were down almost forty percent and were still down ten percent or ten percent lower your year this past June. So this question obviously very much relates who pressure on state budget. What's your understanding of what will see relative arm balanced utilization in the Medicaid program? This year and going into next year. Well it's going to have different effects in different areas clearly, hospitalization and physician visits are down. in part because people are afraid to go to the doctor or the hospital. In. Part because Kobe has crowded patience out of elective surgeries. So those things are all down. Testing is going to be up testing expenses are up. and I think that overall you're going to see that utilization is lower in the second quarter and probably the third quarter and expected and from previous years. and I think that it's going to remain that way for a while people are still afraid to go to the doctor for many things and there is concerned that as a result, things like cancer screenings and treatments will be deferred. So we could see some pent-up demand perhaps next year but I do think that for the remainder of this year. Overall Service utilization will be lower than expected. Some areas, it'll be higher. But overall it'll be. It'll be down from previous years.
Exclusive: Anchor are automatically deleting podcasters, and why
"Today just a warning and we start with an exclusive the robots are coming free podcast host anchor could automatically delete your account without any warning it happened to experience podcast Jonathan Mendoza an old for uploading a piece of audio that he owns, and as we went to press, we've discovered one reason why if your with anchor it's a must read, you'll find it links from our show notes and our newsletter today. Edison research has published a top thirty US podcasts rancor they call it the only podcast rank of it covers the entire US podcasting industry. It claims to measure shows by reach not downloads. We've published the fullest Joe Rogan's number one of course, apple podcast is a bit broken today. Random shows are appearing in apple podcasts. Category Top shows listing willing to what we're seeing for business comedy technology and society and Culture. Some are in foreign languages, none recognizably talk shows, and it appears that storefronts are affected throughout the world is apparent bug which has been visible at least. The past three days coincides with problems that some podcast is a reporting with apple not updating its website with latest episode for some shows. Trafficking System Google ad manager has announced. It will now handle audio tune in and spotify using. It already says the UK's Matt teagan integration he says is coming for podcast but isn't quite there yet. Other outlets and our reporting on Amazon's podcasting plans and pointing out the clause that says you can't say anything bad about them on your podcast. We reported that on July twenty third in Geekwire reported as a PR mess now just so you know we've submitted news podcast last week we've agreed to those licensing terms because you know the worst that can happen is that we get thrown off calling Amazon at the Amazon and that will be excellent publicity. Don't you think? Yesterday will links to along to threat containing various accusations against PR management, Trauma Black Woman, who's since left the company CEO Kerry Hoffman has responded via an all staff email I do not get things rights plenty of times, and I have a lot to learn. She said outlining a number of steps. The organization will take try and digital have unveiled their Australian podcast rancor for the month of July. A RN'S IHEART podcast network Australia is the number one publisher wants more it measures participating publishers. The ABC the country's largest podcast is still not measured despite having said that joined within months last October spokesperson from the corporation tells pod News. We're working through some technical issues and hope to be able to participate in due course. Now, he's in brief aren't nineteen has expanded its relationships in career podcast technology and AD sales eighty six percent of podcast listeners in Saudi Arabia listen to brand funded podcasts according to a study optimal finance daily looking for. A new paid host. One of the jobs available in jobs today studios seventy one has announced its quarter three, twenty, two, thousand slate of podcasts they say that ad revenue has grown by six hundred ninety percent year-on-year the audio production awards twenty twenty have been announced in the UK. In Amsterdam the podcast festival twenty twenty is planned for September eighteenth to the nineteenth. One of the speakers is me I'll be talking about how to take control of your podcast. and RSS, feed unveiling some unpublished findings about the podcast yourself whether it's a good idea. It's a mainly virtual event with shock some physical parts you can get tickets now and inside radio has published a list of the top ten most powerful people in podcasting connel burn who runs the IHEART podcast network is deservedly awarded the number one slot by the publication's editorial bodes who also work for I heart media.
Pandemic hits 20 million confirmed cases worldwide
"The corona virus pandemic has hit another sobering milestone Johns Hopkins university's tally shows there are now twenty million confirmed cases worldwide health officials believe the actual number is much higher given testing limitations and the fact that as many as forty percent of those with the virus show no symptoms it took fewer than three weeks for the tally to rise from fifteen million the US now has about a quarter of the global cases at five million and counting the president trump is again chalking that up too with testing booze very interesting because it was so far ahead of testing we have more cases of we had much more testing would have few if more than one hundred sixty three thousand people have died from the virus in America Sager made ani Washington
Makeover: Oil Giant BP Promises to Cut Oil Production, Invest in Renewables
"Somebody had to go I. It's no surprise that Covid Nineteen Delta Draconian blow to the oil and gas industry stay at home orders and line shutdowns of dramatically reduced the need for oil and gas prices and earnings plunged well. Now at least one giant oil company says demand for fossil fuels will never be the same again and it's taking steps not just to pivot, but to make itself over entirely. That business is BP the london-based behemoth last week, the one, hundred, ten year, old company announced a seventeen billion dollar quarterly loss and multibillion dollar writedown of its assets. But what generated headlines was its announcement that over the next decade, it intends to discard its identity as a fossil fuel business. Instead, it'll invest heavily in a wide variety of renewable energy technologies on its way to achieving net zero emissions by twenty fifty. Specifically bb says it will cut oil and gas production by forty percent over the next decade. At the same time, it plans to put ten times as much money into renewable energy investments as it currently does with a goal of investing five billion dollars a year by twenty thirty bio-energy hydrogen, carbon, capture and storage investments in electric vehicle charging stations are all said to be on the menu as our wind and solar. From. A business perspective the move does make some sense BP expects demand for oil to fall between fifty and seventy five percent over the next thirty years as the world attempts to slow global warming. In June BP officials acknowledged that the pain caused to the oil business by the pandemic isn't temporary. It's permanent. They say in a statement, they said covid nineteen would accelerate an existing transition to a lower carbon economy as country seek to quote, build back better meaning in ways less harmful to the environment. The shift is taking a toll on BP's employees. The company announced in June that it plans to lay off ten thousand people. BP's dismal second quarter didn't seem to faze investors instead they embrace the company's new renewable energy shift its share price leapt seven percent on the news stuart joyner an analyst at the market research firm redburn remarked that the move was major positive, thoughtful, and largely unexpected the New York Times reported. Unexpected too many perhaps, but close observers of the company may not have been that surprised. BP has spent the last decade clawing back from its disastrous deepwater horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. For obvious reasons, the company hasn't exactly been a darling of environmentalists, but quickly after becoming CEO in February Bernard Looney made a pledge for BP to achieve net zero emissions by twenty fifty it was the first of giant global oil companies to do so. At the time both socially conscious and traditional investors applauded BP's pledge Andrew Logan and oil and gas director at series a climate change advocacy organization said EP was setting a new standard for leadership in the oil industry CNN reported and Barclays analysts called the plan both fundamental and radical. Last week. Looney. said in a statement quote. This coming decade is critical for the world in the fight against climate change and to drive the necessary change in global energy systems will require action from everyone but so far oil giants. Exxon and Chevron have not followed suit indeed mobile continues to expand oil exploration and production around the world despite its own sharp drop in earnings. The Washington Post reported BP has attempted and failed at other eco, friendly initiatives over the years and BP will continue to invest in and make most of its money from fossil fuels for at least another five years. Still observers agree that this is the company's most transformative move yet, and the realities of business may give BP's ecoconscious strategy more momentum than has existed in the past. As reporter Steven muffs wrote in. The Washington Post for. BP. Is trying to get ahead of what climate change might forced the industry to do. Anyway.
Philadelphia 76ers Provide Update On Injured All-Stars Joel Embiid, Ben Simmons
"In the N B. A. The Portland Trailblazers close. The gap in the race for the Western Conference is eighth seed while the 70 Sixers had another All Star leave with an injury center Joel Embiid hurt his left ankle, taking an awkward step when contesting a shot in the first quarter. Didn't return for a Philadelphia team that recently lost Ben Simmons to a season ending knee injury. Damian Lillard scored 51 to help the Blazers move within 1/2 game of Memphis for eighth place in the
Marriott swings to loss as coronavirus devastates bookings
"But we're going to start with Marriott because Marriott's second quarter featured the first loss for the company in almost nine years and yet. Shares in Marietta up about two percent. This morning is this optimism or is this The stock's already been beaten down enough, and we don't need a lot of optimism to bid up just a bit. I think it's the latter. I think it has been plenty beaten down. Let's call it forty percent for the year or something like that and. The maybe the worst is is behind it a hotel occupancy was off ninety percent in April and only seventy percent in July. So that is in one sense, a big improvement and in another sense shows just how far things still have to go particularly in this country it's got international operations largest Of Hotels and hotel rooms in the world and China is is a bright spot but the US is not and can continue to be lagging Is the expectation although the company put try to put good spin on what it could. To what extent if any did the company on the Conference Hall Talk? About Sort of what they learned in China and the way that they can. To. What's happening here in the US on starbucks most recent? Quarterly. report that was something that Kevin Johnson this CEO had talked a little bit about I'm wondering if the same applies to Marriott or Are these businesses different enough. that it doesn't really apply. Why was in and out of the call so I I can't be sure that that was covered there definitely was coverage that China I think the terminology was that Cova was not yet a thing of the past, but you know it was almost in the category of back to normal and in certain segments of the China travel normal or even better than pre cove it. So it's an entirely different story and I'm not sure that Marriott addressed what it could do what it had learned from China I certainly got the feeling that it was hinting that. the US government could learn from China and the lack of a strategy and the lack of you know the lack of strategy for how to deal with. was certainly impacting their business and they regretted that that was the case.
Direct Connections With Jonny Mopar
"Did we talk about your road runner on the first episode, we did together of the show I. Don't want why don't you tell us the story? Yes. Aside from chargers and burnt up Khuda. Johnny and a whole host of other MO- pars. Johnny has also had a really awesome dude. You're roadrunners bad, ass. Tell us about your road. I remember seeing the pictures of it for the first time and I'm like. Hey, you have too many cool cars that I want. So. Tell us about that. Awesome roadrunner. This is the ratty one right the blue. Absolutely that okay. Man That card if I could find that exact car right now, I'd be a very happy man but. Tell us tell us the whole story about the road. All right. So Up in the high desert, which is I think it's like Apple Valley area out here. Not You know not that you would know where this is but anyway, it's it's it's a little bit of a stretch to get there from where I lived but I think it was in the recycler craigslist or something? I'm not even sure craigslist was around back then but I found this seventy roadrunner right And it was pretty sketchy description and stuff and I call the guy and he's like ads. Pretty. Roach Dow. But it does run. It's a three car I'm like all right has tiktok tack in it unlike. Allen go check this thing out so I was just dating my wife back. Then you know so I I I cook stir into going for a drive. You know a road trip up to go check out this car. And get there and it's like this. Lavender primer color in somebody rattled canned stripe on the hood. Had the Bulge Hood. And but Iran. And I was like, Oh, by had, we'll flares in the back which I didn't And I think I think I paid. I want to say was like Fifteen hundred bucks to two thousand dollars somewhere in there. Drug at home. And then I didn't like the color. So I black primaried the whole thing and then I drove it around a little bit but I didn't have it long and then I was starting to chip out the crap and you know the flares and the wheel wells the hated it, and then it's like, oh. God. Why did I opened this up just nasty like they just they just got in there with like sheet metal cutters and just like peeled the medal up and then just mud it you know. Was Nasty and then the right rear corner that car. It had been hit and then so somebody cut a clip off of another car I'm thinking a four door. And like grafted it into the car, they did a terrible job of doing it. So I I was just like this way too much for me. I'm I'm not gonNA take on the project like this so I think it was probably the recycler. Anyway this guy from same area Apple Valley calls me up. He's a tow truck driver and he's like a he was yeah a I I know that car seen that car up here stopped trying to buy that car that guy wouldn't sell it for years and years, and he's like, how did you get a hold of it and I'm like it was in the recycler He's I can't believe I. missed it. You know. So anyways, he goes. Well, he didn't have eating the money, but he's like, would you be interested in a trade and I'm like I don't know like what do you got? You know he's listing off the one hundreds and you know some bodies like Darts and Whatever Who wants a dart when he can get chargers all the time for not? Exactly. Exactly. So unlike No not interested. He goes well, I got a I got a sixty nine road runner and I go. He goes with doesn't have drive train in it, but you know it's five blue and. I go. Sounds interesting. I'd be interested in that and he goes I. Go dude this car is rough. The seventy is rough 'cause. I've really like seventy seventies on my favorite. Described everything wrong with the car. I think it had three fifty five's in it but anyway, he's like well, can you come up and can I check out the car because I was really Skeptical that he would be interested in trading for it. Right so I, I, drive a met him. I went like three quarters of the way up there, and then he met me because he was working he was actually he showed up in a tow truck. We met like right off the freeway. You know he's checking out the car and he's like I want I'm interested and I'm like all right cool and he goes well. Come back up on the weekend and all I had was like a really sketchy picture. Of the Blue Road runner, the sixty nine.
"re quarters" Discussed on Move or Improve
"The real estate market is due for a big change over the next ten years or more baby boomers want to downsize. But face competitions on millennials who want the same smaller spaces that they do and the baby boomers were born between nineteen eighteen forty six and nineteen sixty four and they currently own thirty two million yes. That's thirty two million homes or two out of every I five homeowners is a baby for there will be a real estate selloff over the next several years as baby boomers sell their homes to move to warmer climates or lower tax states. They have to sell in order to finance their retirement or unload the home. That was great when they were younger. But now has too many features to prevent aging in place. So those who do choose to age in place will make up the second stage of selling as as they move into assisted living the first phase of courses those who are ready willing and able to retire now and move on than the ones who want to age in place will be the second stage. The final stage will consist of those whose heirs must sell their parents home to settle the estate There'll be heirs who decided to move in the family home in hold onto it but more properties than this will let the market so you need to think about who will buy your home. Who is going to buy the home? You're in regardless of the phase or the stage that you're In whether you're just getting ready to retire and move or you want to age in place or you have to sell the home to settle in a state. So that's what I want to discuss. Today will your home really appealed to a millennial or will it appealed to an investor or a move up buyer. A lot will depend on the condition in your home. It's location and price. Millennials Gen Y. generation comprise thirty five percent of all buyers. Hires more than baby boomers. The millennials were born between nineteen eighty and the year two thousand and overwhelming majority of them. Believe I believe that. Homeownership is an important long term goal and they see real estate as good investment over the next several years. MILLENNIALS will account for about two two thirds of new household formation. Now it's interesting over. Half of them prefer the suburbs when they're looking for a home. Younger millennials millennials who are still renting preferred the urban setting according to statistics from the National Association of homebuilders for Re Quarters won on a single family. Home of about twenty five hundred square feet On at least two levels and it has to have an open concept. Four plan over eighty percent said Ed they want either three or four bedrooms and two or two and a half bats. The Gen Y.. Generation millennials has a much clearer idea of what they want in a lifestyle as well as clear ideas on how to achieve that lifestyle. It's harder for millennials to buy their first home. I mean after all homes costs a lot more than when baby boomers I bought theirs and they have more debt whether it be Tuition payments or credit it card. Or whatever and there's a very limited supply of starter homes on the market and that causes price increases as well. It's no wonder it's so. Many many millennials love alternative living situations like tiny homes which are much cheaper and do offer a flexible left lifestyle. If you're just starting but it remains to be seen what will happen to those tiny homes when millennials want to sell and move up to a larger home the smart technology like using their phone to check on their house. Did they leave the lights on or forget to lock the door. Remote opening is a big deal or or pre heating their oven if they cook those will be expected features the interior design of the home a focus on suction more than a lot.
"re quarters" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Fun of the. Actually, I think that it's a little bit presumptive to start shutting people's power off just because the temperature's going to be high customers and other northern California counties could be next to lose power leader this weekend. The ability is under pressure after downed power lines and other equipment have been blamed for previous wildfires. Five teen boys are being questioned by London police suspected of beating robbing a lesbian couple it happened aboard a bus. A gang demanded that they kiss after finding out that they were a couple CBS's imitators, Talia reported, homophobic, Kate crimes across London have almost doubled over the past four years. And then a lengthy post on social media, the couple defiantly announced. They would not be intimidated into hiding the sexuality and blamed the rise of what they described as quote right wing populism for the growth in hate crimes, British Prime Minister Theresa may condemned. The incident ten people injured this morning. What a Boston rapid transit system. Trained to rail. Nearly Fenway park station at Kenmore square. A busy day in the city. Double header that. Kim was. We're stationed is right at Fenway park, and just blocks away is Boston's incredibly popular pride parades. So they're expecting in the area of re quarter of a million people at this parade today, and then the transit system that they've been telling us to utilize went bust. Nobody's e TV reporter Chris Fhimah. No indication. What caused the derailment on the green line of the T upset at the French Open Dominic team will face Ruffy on the Dow for the men's singles title team, outlasting, nobody joke of it five..
"re quarters" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Actually. I think that it's a little bit presumptive to start shutting people's off just because the temperature's going to be high customers and other northern California counties could be next to lose power leader this weekend. The Tilleke is under pressure after downed power lines and other equipment have been blamed for previous wildfires. Five teen boys are being questioned by London. Police expected a beating robbing a lesbian couple it happened aboard a bus. A gang demanded that they kiss after finding out that they were a couple CBS's imitators tub reported, homophobic, hate crimes, across London have almost doubled over the past four years. And then link post of social media, the couple defiantly announced they would not be intimidated into hiding sexuality and blamed the rise of what they described as quote right wing populism for the growth in hate crimes, British Prime Minister Theresa may condemned. The incident. Ten people injured this morning. What a Boston rapid transit system, trained to rail near the Fenway park station at Kenmore square. A busy day in the city. Double header, that Kim was stationed is right at Fenway park, and just blocks away is Boston's incredibly popular pride parades. So they're expecting in the area of re quarter of a million people at this parade today, and then the transit system that there been telling us to utilize went bust. Nobody's E TV reporter Chris Fhimah. No indication. What caused the derailment on the green line of the t- upset at the French Open Dominic team will face Ruffy on the Dow for the men's singles title team outlasting? No back joke of it five center today and number eight seed Ashleigh Barty of Australia wins the women's singles title. This is CBS news. Would you risk your career or your life to go up against a big company, if they were doing something wrong, meet people who did Wissel blower on CBS Friday? Eighty six degrees at two three.
"re quarters" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Ready to give it up. That's part of the takeaway from new survey by the Wall Street Journal and NBC news. If finds that we feel sites like Facebook are divisive and a threat to privacy. But we continue to use them daily across age groups and political ideologies adults in the survey said they held a negative view of the effects of social media. Even though seventy percent use such services at least once a day. More from Wall Street Journal staff reporter, John MacKinnon, John what are the findings? It's remarkable the extent to which people use social media so much so that they worry about how much they use it. But at the same time, there are many things about social media. They can't stand. They say it divides us, they say by huge majorities that it wastes their time that it spreads lies and falsehoods and unfair attacks rivers. And also invades their privacy. She's that doesn't leave much else. I guess I this is primarily focused on what Facebook and Twitter. That's right. Does the companies that that we mentioned in the poll? Of course, there are other social media companies. But those are probably the best known YouTube is kind of social media as well. But we didn't mention that one in the poll. Right. So these the findings I guess are what more than people expected. I think a lot of understand that we don't particularly love social media right there things about it that everyone gets or objectionable, you know, the way that it apparently was manipulated in the twenty sixteen election is obviously troublesome for a lot of people. So does this mean following the survey we're going to be shutting down a lot of our apps or necessarily apparently not so much? Maybe opening them a little bit less frequently could be in the future. But people. By and large still are using them at at phenomenal rates. Seventy percent of people said they use them at least daily. Wow. All right. Another some breakdowns to buy like. What incomers like household income things that poor middle class well to do right? What what we learn from there? Well, you know at the same time that people have a lot of concerns about social media. They and this is kind of another paradox. They they find large optimistic about the future of technology and kind of what it holds for them. But there is some variation based on income group. And I think it's fair to say that lower income people are a little more apprehensive on the margins about loss of jobs to automation in the future. So that's a concert. I'm sensitive to the whole free speech thing and expressing opinions on social media. But what drives me crazy? I think it's the anonymity. Where people just kind of lob bombs, you know, hiding behind these fake profiles. Yeah. And I interviewed a number of people who took part in the survey. And and that was a concern that I heard repeatedly is that you just don't know who you're really dealing with people on social media speaking with Wall Street Journal staff reporter John MacKinnon Vienna. New survey about how much Americans dislike social media, but still continue to use it this measure to Amazon Google why how did they fair? Yeah. We did a question where we just ask people. How do you feel about these particular companies and? In general, I would say that Amazon Google and apple did pretty well. You know, most people feel positively about them, but Twitter and Facebook came in a lot lower. How about the the part about kind of giving up our personal information in exchange for getting things for free essentially that was another really interesting result. Here we ask people about that basic tradeoff that exists with a lot of internet companies and social media in particular, you know, where you get a free service such as Facebook. But in return, you're basically giving up a lot of information about your online behavior, and surprisingly re quarters of American said that that's not a good bargain. And they don't like it, John. John MacKinnon Wall Street Journal staff reporter, by the way, we can. Tacked on social media. You can friend us on Facebook. You can follow us on.
"re quarters" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Ready to give it up. That's part of the takeaway from a new survey by the Wall Street Journal and NBC news. It finds that we feel sites like Facebook are divisive and threat to privacy. But we continue to use them daily across age groups and political ideologies adults in the survey said they held a negative view of the effects of social media. Even though seventy percent use such services at least once a day. More from Wall Street Journal staff reporter, John MacKinnon, John what are the findings? It's remarkable to me extent to which people use social media that they worry about how much they use it. But at the same time, there are many things about social media. They can't stand. They say it divides us, they say by huge majorities that it wastes their time that it spreads lies and falsehoods and unfair attacks. Rumors. And also invades their privacy. She's that doesn't leave much else. I guess I this is primarily focused on what Facebook and Twitter. That's right. Doesn't the companies that that we mentioned in the poll? Of course, there are other social media companies. But those are probably the best known YouTube is kind of social media as well. But we didn't mention one in the poll. Right. So these the findings I guess are what more than people expected. I think a lot of understand that we don't particularly love social media right there things about it that everyone gets are objectionable. You know, the way that it apparently was manipulated in the twenty sixteen election is obviously troublesome for a lot of people. So does this mean following the survey we're going to be shutting down a lot of our apps or not necessarily? Not so much. Maybe opening them a little bit less frequently could be in the future. But people by large still are using them at at phenomenal rates. Seventy percent of people said they use them at least daily. Wow. By the no the some breakdowns to buy like. What income earth like household income things like that poor middle class well to do right? What what we learn from there? Well, at the same time that people have a lot of concerns about social media. They and this is kind of another paradox. They they find large are optimistic about the future of technology and kind of what it holds for them. But there is some variation based on income group. And I think it's fair to say that lower income people are a little more apprehensive on the margins about loss of jobs to automation in the future. So that's a concern. I'm sensitive to the whole free speech thing and expressing opinions on social media. But what drives me crazy? I think it's the anonymity. Where people just kind of lob bombs, you know, hiding behind these fake profiles. Yeah. And I interviewed a number of people who took part in the survey. And and that was a concern that I heard repeatedly is that you just don't know who you're really dealing with people on social media speaking with Wall Street Journal staff reporter, John MacKinnon got a new survey about how much Americans dislike social media, but still continue to use it this measure to Amazon Google why how did they fair? Yeah. We did a question where we just ask people. How do you feel about these particular companies and? In general, I would say that Amazon Google and apple did pretty well. You know, most people feel positively about them, but Twitter and Facebook came in a lot lower. How about the the part about kind of giving up our personal information in exchange for getting things for free essentially that was another really interesting result. Here we ask people about that basic tradeoff that exists with a lot of internet companies and social media in particular, you know, where you get a free service such as Facebook. But in return, you're basically giving up a lot of information about your online behavior, and surprisingly re quarters of Americans said that that's not a good bargain. And they don't like it, John. John MacKinnon Wall Street Journal staff reporter, by the way, we can. Tacked on social media. You can friend us on Facebook. You can follow us on.
"re quarters" Discussed on WTVN
"Today's hearing is. Expected to set a calendar for future court dates as the case moves forward. Kevin trip reporting. Evan ATI is facing charges out of New York and in California, President Trump says he will shut down the southern border this week if Mexico does not stop caravans of migrants from Central America. The president says two caravans of migrants are moving north through Mexico right now, some Senate Democrats want to abolish the electoral college, and they're expected to introduce a constitutional amendment. This week constitutional amendments are extremely difficult though, requiring two thirds majority votes in the Senate and the house and ratification by the legislators off the re quarters of the States China is adding Fenton related deaths to its list of controlled substances in an effort to crack down on the powerful and deadly opioid. The new classification will go into effect on may first it's seen as a thanks in part to the president who's accused China of fuelling and EPA. That has killed thousands of Americans. Meanwhile, Ohio Senator Rob Portman also released a statement applauding the decision by China today, and Airbnb is out with a warning to basketball fans who are looking to book a trip to Minneapolis for the NC double a final four watch out for scammers. They say never book and Airbnb met he's not through their main website. They say will also never ask a guest to pay through Email or anything else. Besides their main website, your ABC, six first wanting weather sunshine today with a high of forty five Allison Wyant our next report at four o'clock, four breaking news and weather, alerting Stanley follow us on Twitter at six ten. WTVN news,.
"re quarters" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"That I never lived in. Of course. Michael, boo. Boo. The thing. You didn't ask she who shall not be named to play. Michael Bouba song for you who she. A L E X. All right. Yeah. We got into a little tiff the other day, and I wonder why. Yeah. Because Michael Boublil wouldn't playing originals now she's playing off from live versions every now. And I said, look I want I'm going I want the original. I don't understand that. I want the original. My wife says simmer down. Alexa. Want original song I want and then they remastered the rematch, but they've re quarter semi think. Although they sound almost like, you know, you know, they're not they're they've been they've been either remastered or actually I have a greatest hits CD that that they did that. And I and again when you're a disc jockey, you know, immediate it's not the original. It's BJ Thomas, and they are so close they're very good. And his voice is still terrific. But you can tell by the arrangement that's not quite the same. They got they're doing that with Jerry pocket on woman woman. They did that with Johnny maestro on the worst. That can happen. Yeah. I know they're so we started a tie started going after is it come on. I want the original eight dollars money every month. The original Jimmy Webb wrote the worst that could happen. Did he not realize that was one of his songs? He wrote Glen Campbell several of them. Yeah. That's great. Well, listen, I want you and your family have a very happy thanksgiving. That's the plan. Thanks you. It'd be well. Arrested now that you didn't have to go to Proctor's yesterday. Only kidding. I understand. It was a busy day. A busy day over there going away for a while. So we needed to get together with the neighbors stuff like that ten years ago ten years ago, you would have been able to do my my feet get cold feet. Probably more.
"re quarters" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Help the backlog. Los angeles. Yeah. We have the we have the second largest immigration court backlog in the country. Twenty-nine? Judges handle seventy two thousand pending cases. They're going to bring ten more swear him in next week nationwide. There's almost re quarters of a million pending cases in immigration with three hundred fifty one judges. I mean, how quickly does the case go through? It has to be seconds. I love to tell this story about an immigration hearing that I heard that it was a guy Silom he wanted to sign the whole thing the entire hearing, including the formalities of calling the case one minute, forty one seconds. How is that possible? What do you do in a minute forty-one? Let's talk about calling the case etcetera. What ten fifteen twenty seconds? So now, you're into a minute twenty. What happens? Well, what happened is? And I think papers have been filed. So th they've read something it was it was a woman actually seeking asylum. And she said she was she was being subjected to gang violence and stuff in El Salvador. So the whole hearing was this the judge went and did you try to move to another part of El Salvador? No, oh, I don't think that you were really under that much of a threat by that was the whole hearing fantastic. Right. And even with that they can't keep up. Well, here's the headline. But I think it's a little misleading. The Trump administration again admits to losing track of nearly fifteen hundred immigrant children separated from their parents separated. You are right about misleading because separated our keep losing track. Includes a phone.
"re quarters" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Seven more rain showers on friday your high sixty six degrees and then we're right back to sun on saturday a little breezy but we'll take it the high hit sixty eight eyewitness weather updates eight times every hour on kyw newsradio sixty four degrees cloudy temperatures are holding steady travis ryan crane remains in custody the twenty nine year old alleged shooter at a national waffle house was found hiding in the woods near his apartment just a mile from the scene of the quadruple homicide investigators have yet to provide a motive behind sunday mornings waffle house shooting near nashville tennessee alleged gunman travis ryan king was given weapons back from his father after authorities sees them last year after ranking was arrested near the white house he was allowed to do that after your sure deputies that he would keep them secure away from travis robert hudson a sheriff of tazewell county illinois where the alleged waffle house gunman lived until moving to tennessee in recent months jim krasula cbs news hey why w news time twelve twenty five time now for the business report here's donna wilson bloomberg business un stunts falling led lower by tech shares the dow jones industrial average is down one hundred and fifty four points to twenty four thousand to ninety three s and p five hundred down three tenths of a percent the nasdaq dropping the re quarters everpresent alphabet shares down today four percent is google does parent reported a rise in capital spending sales of new homes jumped four percent march propelled by a surge of buying in the west new home purchases rose slightly in the south fell in the mid west and dropped sharply in the northeast may well home prices grew daily seven percent in february according to the snp core logic case schiller data and the conference board reports consumer confidence advanced to the second highest level in almost two decades americans a growing more upbeat about current and future economic conditions i'm donna wilson bloomberg business but kyw newsradio business reports on kyw.
"re quarters" Discussed on The Full 48
"Yeah philadelphia their teams played hard but when you fill your roster full of g league guys you know like at the start of the game you have no shot of winning like you are structuring your team so that it doesn't even have the chance of being entertaining or you can make the argument that we're playing our young guys but we're playing young guys who ultimately visit experience is going to benefit them down the line they were playing young guys that were not part of their their future plans and i again i'm i'm looking at it from an entertainment value and i could even make the case with as as overt as the memphis grizzlies example is that you were entertaining for three quarters you're a competitive team for re quarters which is which was more than the philadelphia seventy sixers or the milwaukee bucks one year or the orlando magic were on any given night that they were routinely would walk out there the ball would go up when the ball went up you knew already then that they had no chance of winning and that to me is talking about the integrity of the game we're talking about reward you know giving the fans they're just do for the hard earned money that they're spending that to me is a negative i'm not defending what the memphis grizzlies did by any stretch but i'm not gonna say that building a team that has no chance of winning and but still goes out and plays hard while losing by twenty is all that different from a team that has a former all star that shows you he still has all star qualities for three quarters and then you don't play them for the final twelve minutes.
"re quarters" Discussed on The Full 48
"Yeah philadelphia their teams played hard but when you fill your roster full of g league guys you know like at the start of the game you have no shot of winning like you are structuring your team so that it doesn't even have the chance of being entertaining or you can make the argument that we're playing our young guys but we're playing young guys who ultimately this experience is going to benefit them down the line they were playing young guys that were not part of their their future plans and i again i'm i'm looking at it from an entertainment value and i could even make the case with as as overt as the memphis grizzlies example is that you're entertaining for three quarters you're a competitive team for re quarters which is which was more than the philadelphia seventy sixers or the milwaukee bucks one year or the orlando magic were on any given night that they were routinely would walk out there the ball would go up when the ball went up you knew already then that they had no chance of winning and that to me is if you talking about the integrity of the game he's talking about reward you know giving the the the fans they're just do for the hard earned money that they're spending that to me is a naked i'm not defending what the memphis grizzlies did by any stretch but i'm not going to say that building a team that has no chance of winning and but still goes out and plays hard while losing by twenty is all that different from a team that has a former all star that shows you he still has our all star qualities for three quarters and then you don't play them for the final twelve minutes an interesting way of framing it all take that for the moment i.
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"That was the one moment when paul ryan came out and sudden this is not this is not us and then of course it blew over it's like people steve bannon said some people are willing to put up with a lot if they think that their own interests are going to be served as where i was going with that steve bannon when he was he had this this conversation than i don't think it was like scare emojis or you know the most his conversation with the re quarter there's pretty broad consensus in this town of an consensus is probably too strong a word but i've talked to enough her fall off the record or like get oh yeah the moshe was probably drago high or something but seabed and probably not when he called robert codner you know and and said the hey here's here's what i'm thinking in north korea now we're not going to nuke north korea you know while his is exact quote was until somebody solves the part of the equation the shows new ten million people and sold out die in the first thirty minutes from conventional weapons i don't know what you're talking about there's no middle order solution or the goddess and he's right but the thing that that got me and and at any any said that they know these guys are collect their clowns talking about the the oh white nationalists in the white supremacists and by the way the ap is out saying let's differentiate here white nationalists are white people would think that there they should have their own country or their on part of the country white supremacists are white people who think that their superior to all of the races and therefore entitled to powered privilege as a consequence and their suggesting that we should no longer use the phrase all right or at least the the associated press the ap is no longer going to use that phrase unless they put it in quotation marks because they think it's sanitize is the racist and i agree and the whole all left thing of course is purely intervention of fox news and the and and right wing hey radio it it pretty nice doesn't exist anywhere else there's a couple of message boards that are heavily dominated by people who hate quote bernie bros and if mythical creature out there that's the mythical but whatever uh that use all left and.
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"Curious call reason and now coal mine and i created a lot of author to you know to to imagine exactly you know what's going on like well when on their because i never experienced first hand i mean look i mean right about two miles to my hometown was the largest cole breaker in the world they still and if hillary it one big grown it so arizona leavened story tie and we would go in there august reason we we win in there bad yeah year or two ago and we go in there and to me and made me and make me in marry we win a lot of you all eleven fourth and wrist we would still getting we did you all interviewed we re quarter lots hours related to the technology of of that time of the call gregor they're getting um audio of machine still working leaving god voice recording that people at work so that kind of really the whole and be an of that of the cole region in its final stages of destruction andor and ruin kind of it inspired need to get into archeologists and when i was a work in my hometown admitted very ethnic lead diverse so every summer league now i'm all of the different that's the goal the irish here's how yeah me oh log big of polish the lithuania earned their grief all these different cultures are incure mixed in the summer time we would have different festival for that my interesting awful in after apology verrett the bacon scratch apology you know and you know a lot of the players who that i live dad i had had him experience through that kind of louis on the thinking about will what's really going on and you're really up presence of that it's still even here stuff especially in audio presence of my focus on go fetch division has been on audio that survive from the goth yeah a lift over the sounding contemporary noisy contemporary sounds like still existence specific environment that in my focus for for a long time now and mary what true you to want to experience him explore of the para normal world all probably just always having an interesting goes and i try you like became olds torrey it happen when i was younger and i would be like grandmother who had recently.
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