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Equity Monday: Women's Employment Drops
"Goal. Stock markets are mixed. Asian markets are on the rise. Europe markets are slightly down and the us stocks were somewhat fought value of crypto currencies. Kind of looks the same. We saw some tokens and cryptocurrencies off. A few points this morning but not enough to start an entire twitter debate. The mixed feelings could be due to a lot of things first. Traders are back from the kitchen and analysts. Always have a ton of thuds. Some people think it's inflation some set. It's an upcoming european central bank meeting. But what i want to focus on is a less than ideal jobs report ready. Let's go. I'll start with the good news. We learned that in august overall unemployment declined to five point. Two percent from july's overall employment rate of five point four percent zero point two percent but i will take it because that represents a lot of people that now have paycheck coming in to their mailbox. That's kind of where the good news stops. Though this report we learned that the us economy added only two hundred thirty five thousand jobs in august which was a sharp drop from analysts expectations. But even looking at july's total which was nine hundred forty three thousand jobs to make matters worse fortune actually dig a little deeper and looked at the national women's law center. They say that women only accounted for eleven point nine percent of those jobs in august again. If you look at july women were sixty eight point eight percent of the new jobs. It's your reminder that we aren't back to pre pandemic level employment and that women are disproportionately leaving a now reentering the workforce at alarming rates.
USA's Allman Wins Gold in Discus Throw
"J. Carey took control of the women's floor exercise Monday in Tokyo final score of fourteen point three six six the top the podium to take gold earlier Monday USA gymnastics announced that Simone Biles will take part in the finals of the balance beam Tuesday fell real men won gold for the U. S. in the women's discus a top throw of sixty eight point nine eight meters I feel really thankful that to have a really solid first there but it just became of of St it became a game of staying mentally tough and and just going with the flow American women also made it to the podium I believe great silver in women's seventy six kilogram wrestling crystal Palmer bronze in women's three meter springboard diving Sarah Robles a bronze in the women's eighty seven kilogram weightlifting class the four time gold medal U. S. women's soccer team will play for bronze after Canada knocked them off the semi final by a score of one to nothing I'm Jonathan
Bucks Bounce Back to Beat Nets and Force Game 7
"We begin today with the milwaukee bucks going wire to wire to defeat brooklyn by fifteen points last night. Kevin durant scored thirty two for brooklyn but it took him thirty shots to get it. Chris middleton and janta compo- were much better they combined for sixty eight points and twenty seven rebounds and they shot twenty-three for thirty six wilpon does milwaukee's performance lead you to believe they can go to brooklyn and win game seven they can. Yes tony and you outlined all the important numbers all of them. And then there's one that's even more important it's zero number of three pointers jacked up by answers compo- none he didn't do it. He kept his big strong quick fast. Talented self in the space where he should be. Don't eat what you. I've been screaming for even the previous series. He kept himself near the basket and did his work there and stop jacking up those shots now. We know they can do it will they. I mean that's the first smart gamed. The bucks have played in. This series should have won the series already. If they had taken the same tact particularly with onto the kupu. But i do. I have faith that they will go with that same recipe. I don't know that. I have that faith. What about you. okay. So yes i agree with you that they can win right and one of the ways they could win as if pj tucker was able to do to kevin durant again in game seven what he did in game six. Because tucker was plus thirty and durant was minus seven but mike game six was not critical for brooklyn. They had a game to play with because the critical game for them was game five and they want it so for every home team has won. You have to tell me why that's going to change now. I look back on game five. And i see kevin durant scoring forty nine points. He's a great great player. I somehow have faith that if it's up to him to win game seven at home. He's going to win it.
"sixty eight point" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"Don't know i'm not ready to say that. The clippers are going to bowl over but the clippers to me look like a team that when the going gets tough a lot of times they get going the wrong direction. So we'll see we'll see. When does world the sports. I'm your host wonderwall so glad you could be with us getting to philadelphia in washington. My washington wizards not too much to talk about philadelphia. One game one by seven hundred twenty five willie team blew amount in game. Two ben simmons actually shooting the ball in game. Two i think right now the philadelphia seventy sixers against my wiz going at about. I don't know sixty eight point. Four seven six five four three two somewhere around seventy two point eight seven four three six eight four percent right now against my team. I think this is a situation where philadelphia knows. It's gonna win. I think sadly this is a situation where watching to note is going to lose el embodied. Spotty streaky streaky. dominant but You know this is a fatal comple- for the philadelphia seventy sixers even going back to The best place to live the best place to grow up the best place to raise your children in washington. Dc metropolitan area for gains four and five or three and use me. don't up. Maybe the wizards gets one. Maybe stay face you know. I don't i don't know. But we all know that the philadelphia seventy sixers are going to advance in this series bradley. Beal been great statistic wide russell westbrook even before. The ankle sprain has been below-par again for a playoff next last season it was because of covert become an because of an injury this year. I don't know he's been streaky. Even game against the boston celtics. He was streaky. In terms of his effort in terms of the viz intensity. So i don't know. I don't know maybe see the writing on the wall and he's been around long enough so maybe situation simmons plan a really good two-way especially in game two scoring the basketball tobias harris. Be the number one. Score for the seventy sixers. During this time against the whistle seventy sixers right now cruising cruzan easy like sunday morning so we will see what becomes of this upcoming series between philadelphia in the winner of the knicks in the atlanta. Hawks would like to say Again absolutely ridiculous and term. The what happened to Russell westbrook I i don't. I.
"sixty eight point" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast
"Above the consensus will see what the nonfarm payroll report is on friday. But i don't think that those numbers are really going to move the market very much. I think everybody pretty much knows that. It doesn't even matter what the employment situation is at this point. The fed is gonna stay at zero. The fed is going to keep printing money. At one point. People looked at these job numbers for some type of key as to what the fed was going to do have to if the number was strong. Or maybe the fed would hike or it would affect policy but it has no effect. Policy is on autopilot. Doesn't really matter. What the numbers are. We all know what the fed is going to do. So i mean they really don't even have any significance you know. We're gonna get the trade deficit also on friday talking about an insignificant number. It's only insignificant in the fact that nobody cares about it and nobody reports on it. I mean what are the only people that does talk about it. I think it is very significant. One of these days the markets will understand the significance. But i think might be significant about it is it is going to be the last trade deficit for a full month under the trump presidency this december deficit. Donald trump left office mid january. So january is not really the last trade deficit under trump because it's half trump and and abidin but the december twenty twenty is the last full months of the trump term and since trump ran on a platform of making america. Great again by reducing our trade deficits. We are looking at an enormous trade deficit. I don't think it'll be a record. High pretty close to it. We'll see. The consensus is for slight improvement from the sixty eight point. One billion that we got last month they're looking for sixty five point eight billion. We'll see if we could take out seventy billion or maybe set a new record. That might be particularly ironic. If the last full monthly trade deficit of the trump presidency ends up being an all time record high trade deficit meaning the opposite of what trump promised is what he would have delivered when it comes to trade by the way before i forget i want to mention that i am scheduled to be on the tucker. Carlson show tomorrow. It's a live show. And as far as i know i'm still going to be on. I mean they stay book me and they schedule me but you never know with these kinda shows. I mean they have a tendency to book you and then something else comes up. And they ended up canceling. I mean i was on the tucker. Carlson show or supposed to be on about a year ago if you recall and i was traveling at the time so.
While no one was looking, the Nintendo Switch had its best October ever
"And pd group reports that nintendo sold over seven hundred. Thirty five thousand switch consoles in the us in october. This is the second highest. October sales of any video game console behind the we's october. Two thousand eight sales of eight hundred seven thousand units. Npd also reports. That nintendo has sold twenty two point. Five million units in the us for the life of the console with nintendo's latest earnings showing sixty eight point three million switch console sold worldwide.
Apple still #1: podcast listening via mobile apps
"If you thought apple was under pressure from spotify. Lipson. The largest paid podcast host in the world says otherwise from their official PODCAST, the feed, Pero, Walsh, the big dog in aggregate are APPs is still apple with apple podcast and itunes coming in at sixty eight point two percent of all downloads for June, which is up a bit from April Sixty six point five. So. Yeah. The death of apples podcasts is been greatly overstated. Another stat from Lipson is the only not point two five percent of podcast to listen to on a smart speaker. Tom. Webster. Has Thoughts about that. We linked to them from our show notes and newsletter today. For advertising how well do podcasts convert pod sites has posted their conversion benchmark reports based on one point two, billion Ad Impressions from twenty eight, Million Dollars Worth of advertising podcasting convert significantly better than social media they say an embedded ads were twice as well as dynamically inserted ones. Dylan, pugh spotify's former head of podcast monetization in London has launched his own sports and lifestyle podcast company Komodo launched at the end of July the first podcast is all about themselves Komodo the startup journey, it's hosted on Spree Cup. Pot chaser has added the ability to connect your twitter account to discover new podcasts and friends listen and audio production company London is looking for podcast producers. You'll find that pod jobs dot net ads ways has added additional targeting for podcast advertisers who use their programmatic advertising platform podcast Garden, company that promised free. Unlimited web hosting has surprise suddenly gone off line the company last posted on twitter or facebook in. December. It hosted at least two hundred podcasts. Arabic podcast platform podium has to seed funding round of Eight, hundred, thousand dollars. They've launched ten new shows which will be exclusive to podiums APP for the first two months and podcast. Makes podcasts out of news websites according to a writer willing to. And in Paul Cost News here's Conan. O'Brien guess what my podcast was not supposed to come back until September. But surprise my new season starts this Monday August third today podcast junkies interviews. Dave. Zohrab. From charitable and previously on we fakes space junk and so left leftovers flirting helpless and space. We fix space jam returns on August. It's a comedy fiction podcast recorded entirely in lockdown and parts of the fable and folly network,
"sixty eight point" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Two hundred sixty eight point S. and P. up twenty five nasdaq up fifty six gold is seventeen thirty four an ounce oil thirty six ninety one of their old something whether from K. five mostly cloudy skies highs in the mid eighties for metro LA and Orange County upper seventies for the coast low nineties for the valley's mid nineties for the I. E. N. high desert around one oh five for the low desert in upper seventies for the mountains overnight temperatures in the mid to upper sixties and we're gonna cool down into the seventies by this weekend right now eighty one untested seventy three Laguna beach eighty seven in Fontana and eighty six in van Nuys we lead local live from the KFI twenty four hour news room I'm a lot behind it for in southern California is picking up the pieces of another night of civil unrest our on the steps of city hall they noticed what was going on as of a starship talking of shifting over your hand this way you can see more National Guard that semi truck driver drove down thirty five W. bridge the school protesters scenes on streets across America this weekend just one of the very grim moments the country facing right now one hundred thousand U. S. deaths because of corona virus a milestone we passed in this past week coronavirus shut down days seventy six Hey Jack how many days do we have looting shut down now the Johnny Cash show John Caldwell can champro KFI am six forty live everywhere on the I heart radio apps yeah this gets confusing now because even though we're still playing the shut down due to the corona virus we're confused because we're also shut down due to curfews.
"sixty eight point" Discussed on WTOP
"Hi yeah Jeff what's going on the Dow is down sixty eight points the S. and P. five hundred index is up for but the nasdaq is up eighty two points it's close to one percent and as that continues a six day rally now AMC theaters stock has jumped more than thirty percent of reports that Amazon made by it A. M. C. six hundred and thirty theater chains of not re open until at least July now its stock before today it lost half its value this year auto sales are down across the country but maybe not as much as you think in the DC market I see cars says between February and March sales fell seven point six percent although that does not capture how much more sales fell in April the biggest drop in sales has been the Tesla total three sales are down twenty four percent Jeff label WTOP news already thank you Jeff coming up the white house arrests west wing staffers to wear masks will talk about that it is three fifty six the following is a paid commercial message he also accepting boats motorcycles.
"sixty eight point" Discussed on WTOP
"Is down eight hundred sixty eight points this is CBS news never miss a moment top news from W. T. O. P. twenty four seven three sixty five listen on air on Alexa end of the W. T. O. P. app WTOP news time it's twelve oh three on this Friday March twenty seven twenty twenty were at sixty three degrees were going up into the low to mid seventies today this is Washington's top news one oh three point five FM and W. T. O. P. dot com is John Tillman and good afternoon let's begin with a round up of coronavirus cases in the DC area here's what we know there are more than sixteen hundred cases of corona virus in the region after Maryland reported nearly two hundred more this morning so far the virus has led to fifteen deaths in the area one of the most recent ones announced being someone who worked in DC mayor Muriel Bowser's office late last night president trump approved governor Larry Hogan's disaster declaration for Maryland that makes federal emergency aid available to supplement state and other local recovery efforts in areas of Maryland affected by CO that nineteen the governor was on WTOP earlier this morning FEMA has delivered supplies of some of the requests to nearly every state but it is certainly a still a major issue we're short on tests and a protective equipment and personal protective equipment and ventilators and masks and all of these things that you're hearing about governor Hogan also announced a one hundred and seventy five million dollar relief package to assist small businesses employees affected by the pandemic later today.
Dow Jones Industrial Average Fell as Fear of the Coronavirus Keeps Spreading
"The Dow Jones industrial average is now down nine hundred sixty eight points or three point three percent at twenty thousand twenty eight the SNP's fallen three percent nasdaq also down more than three and a half
Jordan Binnington blanks Coyotes as Blues post 1-0 win
"We didn't record his second consecutive shutout as the blues to beat the coyotes wanted that they get enterprise center the single step binder stops fourteen Arizona shots after recording seventeen saves on Tuesday gets to Jersey Cody's coated hottie rata basis forty six shots that allows only right Riley's goal with eight minutes left in the third period we did some good things offensively prolific tonight I think the server to better job can hold on to the tell city or face the tire team to Adam on their heels and Kamel situations gonna wait for good looking it's nice to have to get one mostly agree that that single is at the top the subdivision with seventy eight points while the coyote sixty eight points has them in the thick of a tight Pacific Division race bike Reeves Saint Louis
Voracek scores in OT, Flyers beat Blues 4-3
"Jacob for check scores in overtime to give the fires of forty three win over the blues the blues had rallied from a three to one third period deficit to force the extra session Philadelphia also getting goals from Travis Kentucky Michael ruffle and Tyler pit lake Saint Louis would you goals of Alexander Steen right Riley and Justin Faulk as they see their franchise record tying down game home winning streak come to an end Brian elite records the wind between the pipes Jordan Bennington takes the loss the blue sixty eight points is the best total in the NHL what better than Washington by grieves Saint Louis
Pier 1 to close up to 450 stores, reports widening loss
"Amid continuing sales declines and mounting losses pier one imports announced this afternoon it'll close nearly half of its nine hundred forty two stores the retailer disclose that its fiscal third quarter loss widened from year ago with same store sales getting nearly eleven and a half percent one shares slid seventeen percent in today's regular market activity and we're down another eight percent in after hours trading otherwise stocks managed very modest gains today the Dow Jones industrials rose sixty eight points while the S. and P. five hundred edged up eleven the nasdaq composite
"sixty eight point" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Narrative that essentially sets the backbone of the case for impeaching president trump a backbone that will serve as the basis for the Judiciary Committee which will start its own action on Wednesday to draft articles of impeachment heavy snow is blanketing the northeast making travel in the region treacherous New York governor Andrew Cuomo was declared a state of emergency for seven counties declaration of a state of emergency allows more flexibility for the state government working with the local governments to make sure we can deploy resources where we needed the resources hundreds of flights have been canceled or delayed today in the US because of bad weather on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average fell two hundred sixty eight points I named Kate and all of that ability in another city to literally melt some small button to conditions apply see what senator for details wait wait wait tell me when you get that money follow it for me all this money came from thirty three money dot com right online you went to thirty three money dot com and go all that money you need fast man you know what I want to thirty three when he dot com yesterday at Baylor Bob Graham with them I can't today Nestle now hold on thirty three money dot com help to get five KT like that yeah man that's right thirty three money dot coms lenders provide personal loans for up to five thousand dollars for people like you and me even if you don't have good credit men always short on cash two thirty three money dot com give me the money I need fast if you need extra money fast good three one dot com just checking account and a regular oven thirty one dot com and you can get the loan you regardless of your credit card thirty when he does come to get the money you need that type W. W. W. dot three three one eight dot com directly into the address bar thirty three money dot com okay three three eighty why dot com thirty three money dot com holiday tips and fun facts from Paul christen indexer total anymore the customer bumping grasses with the tears came from old room when in Rome cheers a pork crown roast with cranberry stuffing deserves a right front former Cabernet from possible let me help you find the perfect model looking for the right wine for a meaningful gift consider me your wine concierge whether you're entertaining or just bring the wine we'd love to share our always low prices to ridiculous selection with you this holiday now offering same day delivery at total wine dot com cheers instead roll how long.
"sixty eight point" Discussed on KTRH
"Great ride joy right dot com days later the fire still not out of that Jefferson County chemical plant I'm Corey Olson at six o'clock on newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. traffic and weather together here's Katie London the clear that the frontage road accidents over the southwest freeway southbound a beach died to still see delays on the main lanes are coming from the west loop a odd we got an accident I think Katie west out a word in chimney rock a still gets backed up for the two ninety eight connector and a problem spot on the west beltway and without after Klay Roquette America that left played another on tombola totally south and north point I could lead to the Gulf because windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center I for sure would have given us quite strange weather get things started here December we're down to forty five degrees a nice crisp a night out there tonight seventy two on Tuesday with some sunshine and mid upper seventies for Wednesday and Thursday I meteorologist Scott Lori more at the weather channel sixty now under mostly clear skies the KTRE top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center six oh one our top story settling equipment blame for a loud noise heard today at the still burning chemical plant in port nature's Jefferson County says investigators originally believed another tower and fall at the TPC plant this morning but later confirmed otherwise county judge a frantic those still expects all towers the facility to eventually fall or be taken down due to the fire and explosions it started last Wednesday and prompted a two day evacuation crews are letting the fire burn itself out county sheriff's deputies investigating a shooting involving a wedding venue caretaker and someone who fell asleep on the property overnight deputies said a man was shot during a confrontation with the care taker early this morning at the bar at four pines ranch in Crosby detectives are trying to figure out what exactly happened but they do see a man forced his way inside the venue there is a confrontation with the property care taker an older shots were fired and the gunshot victim was rushed to the hospital that's Vincent Crivelli from our TV partner channel to the shooting victim hospitalized in serious condition no charges have been filed house Democrats resume their impeachment hearings this week in the house Judiciary Committee Texas senator John Cornyn says they're preventing legislative progress with impeachment using up most of the oxygen in Washington I'm afraid our ability to get bipartisan work done is getting smaller and smaller if the impeachment circus makes his way to the side of the capitol that ability may completely go away corn is calling on Dan still pass the U. S. and see a trade agreement the national defense authorization act and an overall budget with current government spending set to expire on December twentieth K. T. R. H. news time six oh three time to check your money here's Max gains at S. T. A. Y. wealth management a report on contraction in the manufacturing space set the market in the wrong direction today as the Dow was off two hundred sixty eight points and closed at twenty seven thousand.
Harden scores 42, Rockets rout Bulls 117-94
"James harden and Russell Westbrook combine for sixty eight points as the rockets defeated the bulls one seventeen ninety four harden just missed a triple double as he had ten rebounds and nine assists he also was nine of nineteen from three point range Westbrook added twenty six points and Clint capella had sixteen points and twenty rebounds for the game Houston was a plus forty five from three point range is they were nineteen of forty four from behind the arc meanwhile the bolts were just four of thirty two the rockets are now six and three on the season while the bulls fall to three and seven David Shuster Chicago
"sixty eight point" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Reynolds in the studio can mark trying to seven point win for Kentucky over Michigan state and mark as you mentioned a two point one for Duke over Kansas sixty eight sixty six in the first half of the doubleheader walk down it's ten killed still holding now drives inside the art film shot contest at all with thirty three John to the team my fifteen point six rebounds and seven assists in after the winner Holly Rowe caught up with him you're just as under two minutes to play in the why are you so called for years I think this preparation presented nana nana work that we put in I mean Lassie in on itself law so that is motivated our off season working hard every single day and so when the moment comes we know what to expect with that moment the turnover was pressure the biggest part of the right this year we're going to win so I mean we talked about it every day that's all we focus on the things we know that that's going to be so that we can bank on I know it's only one day in the first game but why is this important to boost your team and build on what you can do this season I did get off to a strong start closer this is a man's game today may have some older guys and based on Gaza very physical we have a freshman our here the first time so just being able to come in here it is it is one two four Jones with his second career game of at least fifteen points five rebounds and five assists do gets the winds W. three game losing streak to Kansas great story Tuesday for taxes Andrew Jones the highly touted player out of high school but who as a freshman may just two brief appearances after being diagnosed with leukemia in early twenty eighteen Tuesday the red shirt sophomore making his full time return the Longhorns scored a career best twenty twenty nine minutes in a win over northern Colorado and from the women's side defending national champs Baylor opening its season on Tuesday with a sixty eight point win over New Hampshire wasn't just a sizeable wind Baylor scored the first thirty seven points of the game eleven thirty seven nothing it was fifty one to three at the half Baylor loses to the wind the Chargers with quite the emotional reaction to this week's speculation they did not use the word bloody you hear an export several IT has been radio one place you can go to hear the most essential story every day that's ESPN date story the entire sports world host of the podcast available now wherever you get your podcasts he so are you the type of guy the ones look put together but doesn't want to spend hours at the mall finding new clothes so you can look great at the.
"sixty eight point" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Dot com slash compare and Brian at sea of red as we like to say across these markets today right let's start off with China footage on a fifty futures traded in Singapore down two point seven percent so that's about three hundred and seventy points or so thinking index futures down two point three percent in the contract it's not active at the moment but around the rest of the region the cash markets also down pretty sharply the Nikkei two to five off two point one percent and the cost be is trading down one point two percent that's all because president trump announced a new terrace on China will get you the details on that in just a moment and some of the companies that were most affected are the China related companies at least multinationals that do a lot of business with China apple of more than two percent Nike traded down three point four percent and then there was also due to the fed call yesterday we all saw some of the banking firms trade pretty badly today city group was down four percent in the U. S. session and JP Morgan traded off two point six percent in terms of currency action yeah a lot stronger this morning Dolly and one oh seven sixteen now and we have the south Korean one trading eleven ninety two while the Australian dollar is now sixty eight point zero nine US cents the dollar has strengthened just about against everybody through this the Bloomberg dollar spot index twelve oh six Juliet to you the tariff man is back president trump announcing hill impose a ten percent tariff on a for the three hundred billion dollars in Chinese imports and saying the tariffs could go up be on twenty five percent and he wrote out a suggestion by treasury secretary Stephen relation to give Beijing advance notice about all of this the president commenting to reporters on ash on his way to a rust belt rally China for the last twenty years is rejected hundreds of billions of dollars out of our country I we had a president that would never do anything a number of presidents that never would do anything about it what would you say for many years China has been taking money out by the hundreds of billions of dollars a year these new tires would be on a long list of goods including smartphones laptops and children's clothing and would make that virtually old trade with China would be subject to taxes Bloomberg's Alix Wayne says this doesn't bode well for the next round of US China trade talks which is scheduled for September seem like the present as retainers European exasperated with the way that the talks have gone he was very angry after that the Chinese had reneged on a tentative deal and may and and he seems to be even angrier after the the Chinese did not follow through on what he thought was a promise of the G. twenty to buy more US farm products in fact Chinese purchases of agricultural products are at like historic lows by the way though trump also told reporters that he thinks China she's in pain once a trade deal and in what could be a positive sign a group of U. S. lawmakers is now heading to Beijing details here from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini democratic representative Ian Lowenthal of California and others are planning to try to expand links between the world's two largest economies low involves districts centers in Long Beach who support together with the twin port of Los Angeles are a major gateway for the Asian market the two moved almost half of Asian imports last year but exports moving through the complex to China plunged thirty five percent in the first quarter of this year and imports dropped eleven and a half percent the U. S. Asia institute is co hosting the trip along with the Chinese people's institute of foreign affairs Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg daybreak Asia Japan may decide to take South Korea off at least of trusted export destinations as early as today Bloomberg's for shots alarm as has more Japanese prime minister Shinzo of bass cabinet has a meeting scheduled for today I did could move in that time to take South Korea off the list south Korea's US Japan not to go ahead with the changes so threatening grave consequences in a re think of security cooperation five of America's largest tech industry groups are asking Japan and South Korea to dial back the tension in Hong Kong I'm shot salon with moving day vacation well those betting on McAllister scene industry may be in trouble and that's no bluff war from Bloomberg's Yvonne man the gaming inspection and coordination bureau says Macau casino revenues slipped three and a half percent in July from a year ago analysts have been expecting a two percent increase a cut short a two month rebound the protests in Hong call maybe started to deter gamblers from taking a chance on the region there's also talk about a possible new Chinese crackdown on V. I. P. junkets in the region in Hong Kong I move on men Bloomberg daybreak Asia North Korea has continued its barrage of short range projects all alone shows this morning at about six having global news in the Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco newsroom at this is the third in less than a week and a half Japan says it did not reach its easy South Korea U. S. officials are consulting this comes on the heels of the north saying that the second test was a new multiple rocket launch system that could potentially enhance its ability to strike targets in South Korea and U. S. military bases there meanwhile US sector state Mike Pompeii confirming that he is prepared to talk with north Korean contingent at Ozzy on we stand ready to continue our diplomatic conversation with the north Koreans I I regret that that looks like I'm not going to have an opportunity to do that while I'm here in Bangkok and the president says he isn't bothered by Kim jong-un's short range ballistic missile tests your.
"sixty eight point" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"To Iran seizure of two ships one of them British flag in the strait of Hormuz this is completely unacceptable navigation we must be maintained he said the U. K. was not looking at military options and is focused on diplomacy but added that if the situation is not resolved quickly there will be serious consequences on spoke with secretary of state Mike Pompeii own city plan to speak with Iran's foreign minister Brian Clark ABC news the Liberian ship was allowed to go a deadly heat wave could turn more dangers this weekend in New York City power officials confident the great will hold after last weekend's blackout Tim collies president president of the con Edison utility company we expect demands this weekend to rival all time weekend peaks in Arkansas former New York Giants offense of linemen Mitch petrous died of heat stroke Thursday after working outside all day he was just thirty two president trump Friday hosted Apollo eleven astronauts Michael Collins and buzz Aldrin at the White House along with the family of Neil Armstrong to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the Paulo moon landing it'll take place Saturday in the oval office Aldrin said the U. S. has lost the capability to launch the same mission it did fifty years ago we have a number one rock right now in the US and we have a number one spacecraft yeah forward with significant capability that's a great disappointment to me museums in towns across the country are gearing up for their own golden anniversary celebrations including Wapakoneta Ohio that's Armstrong's hometown on Wall Street Friday the Dow lost sixty eight points you're listening to ABC news.
"sixty eight point" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"British oil tanker in the street for movies BBC correspondent Sebastian usher has more the company that manages the stand imperative has confirmed that the tanker was approached by unidentified small boats and a helicopter this afternoon but it was still in international waters the company says that the twenty three people on board and there are no reported injuries Iran says the vessel was seized for not following international maritime regulations on but it has been taken to a coastal area and turned over to the relevant authorities Ron had threatened to retaliate in kind of the British marines seized a tank of Gibraltar early this month on suspicion of smuggling Iranian oil to Syria last week Iran try to impede another British tanker the was driven off by the Royal Navy and Iran is now also claiming to have seized a second the oil tanker in the street U. K. chamber of commerce CEO Bob Sanguinetti is calling on the British government to do whatever is necessary to ensure the safe return of the ship's crew speaking with reporters this hour president drop shared some general remarks in reaction to the news of the tanker seizures well talk to the U. K. ad we have no written agreement but we haven't agreed with that but a very great ally of ours so we heard about it we are to was one we had was to Iran's government has desperately trying to get U. S. economic sanctions east Europe wants to maintain the twenty fifteen nuclear deal but has not been able to address it running into bands particularly concerning the sale of oil without violating US sanctions also what Donald dot com Graham some cool lemonade record heat this weekend for much of the country the Rockies to the east coast slight relief is expected by early next week on Wall Street stocks or lower the Dow down sixty eight points the nasdaq is down sixty more townhall dot com when it comes to your pain many of you might be skeptical.
"sixty eight point" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Resisting calls to resign. Lisa brady. Fox news. The head of the house intelligence committee democrat, Adam Schiff, still questioning the no collusion. Finding from the Russia probe campaign chairman offered polling data campaign polling data to someone linked to Russian intelligence. I don't think that's okay. Republicans on the committee urging him to step down as chairman have no faith in your ability to discharge your duties commander, consistent with your constitution resources ability in a letter read by congressman Mike Conaway house speaker Nancy Pelosi calling again for the full Muller report to be released slamming, the attorney general's summary as arrogant and condescending the US supreme court is leading a ban on bump stocks stand. The Trump administration targeted those devices after the gunman in a mass shooting Las Vegas concert. Them to make weapons fire. More rapidly. Lawsuits rights groups are still playing out in lower courts quarters decided not to block implementation of the ban. In the meantime, a lottery mystery in Wisconsin where one winning Powerball ticket was sold worth a fortune. Fox's Jeff monosso has this live Lisa. It's the third largest lottery prize in US history and one in a single tickets bought at a speedway gas station in new Berlin, Wisconsin, just outside Milwaukee family, take the do the seven hundred sixty eight point four million dollars. But if they would take as a lump sum, it would be four hundred seventy seven million dollars in cash before taxes lottery spokeswoman Cindy poll Zine says the winner or winners of the Powerball jackpot haven't publicly come forward yet, though, they're going to have to Wisconsin requires winners to be identified. Lisa. Thanks Jeff slower growth for the US economy than I thought in the fourth quarter revised down to two point two percent. From two point six wall. Streets been barely budging right now. Stocks turning higher though. The Dow's.
"sixty eight point" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"And my first one was Michigan needs to get the ball inside their inside players in work the ball from there. So. Shooting three hundred ninety two games. I've learned a thing or two. At the line Halley home for his free throw up and good. Number three. So next on the list for Halley is Diane Dietz she's going over two thousand enter career thumb has nine points today. So she sits at two thousand eight at his sixty eight points shy. Diane dietz. And for a Mark that stood for a long time in Michigan history is going to be a second straight year where Diane is gonna now. Not have somebody in a rear view mirror, but she's going to have to look at them. And I think she's just fine with that. Yeah. Give credit to the entire program for where at the common know forgetting players that are capable of having offenses that can attribute to that. And for them being trout sell impressive. And it's just another Mark of our program is, and you know, what there's a lot of two thousand point scores active in the big ten right now. There's a lot of really good players in this league. Here's Beasley dumps inside for Andrew's double team back to Beasley three on the way over Robin's. No off the he along rebound. Haley Brown goes to the to save. It got it away to church fishing's has got numbers. I had to Robbins Robbins against rice in the lane and a foul from behind this might be Peasley hustling back who's going to get whistled for it. It is odd Beasley. It's her third fourth of the period on the team Michigan's in the bonus with five thirty sixty going Jenny. You could this is what you want to do when you're a good team. And you're on the road against teams is not as good as you are when you get a chance to put the squeeze on you do it. And that's what Michigan is trying to do here in the fourth quarter stretch the lead from nine at the beginning. Now to fifteen with five thirty six to go. We haven't really had the opportunity to do this in a while. And it's good that Michigan's in addition to get the experience to do that we kind of had it Wisconsin we kept having them come back. Come back. Come back. Again. Here's an opportunity where we have this lead to grow up. But you're put the metal to pedal to the metal and go Kayla Robbins is matched a career high with thirteen points tonight five and a half to go in champagne Michigan by sixteen. Here's ariel. Scott dribbled around a floater that doesn't draw. Anything? It's loose on the deck witting or will die to save. It tap it all the way out to rice illinois's, not giving up five fifteen laugh. They're still playing hard. Here's Beasley in the corner. Andrews three on the way, long rebound again alludes. Michigan rice has it writes down the paint that she's going to draw foul from nods Hillman. It's unfortunate Nicole Munger was diving around. They're looking for that rebound. Hillman picks up the foul. But right now for Michigan. The fact that Dylan oy is not making any triples member of early. They made four they were four of seven or eight.
How blockchain technology could help developing countries creative sector
"This is Matt wells at UN news while with growth of fourteen percent per year in China alone. So called creative industries sector that includes everything from fashion design to carnivals could be game changer for emerging economies. In new report by the United Nations conference on trade and development or tired suggests in an interview with Sarah and Bangui from your news. The agency's Pamela coke Hamilton explains that these countries need to put sufficient digital safeguards in place such as blockchain technology to reap the full benefits. Creative industries includes music ashen audiovisual film jewelry design food advertising marketing cartoons animation. Anything that involves the creativity aspect of our work festivals? Of course carnival which everybody loves and so on how is the market doing for China? Very well. They have they have grown exponentially. In the last thirteen years thirty two billion. They were there at one sixty eight point five billion the rest of the countries are growing slower, but still going on. My fact, they're going up four point three to five percent, which is incredible given that there was a downturn in international economic sphere. And consequently goods fell, but the creative industry continued to grow would suggest that it is an area that we ought to pay attention to. How can we explain China's lead in creative industries compared to other countries such as United States, South Korea? I would say the Chinese growth was four times that of the United States. It's a combination of factors one China has put in place over a very long period of time an economy that's been able to out produce other countries you add to that. Now, the intellectual property that's been transferred there in terms of design in terms of creativity by other countries, they have been able to know Marshall all of that to be able to. Re-export Selena essence, they have garnered the best of both worlds both on the production side, and on the creativity side. So that they've been able to show growth in that area much higher than other countries have fourteen percent per annum, you mentioned blockchain could you elaborate a bit on the how it will help developing countries economies in essence, what the blockchain does is it creates transparent process by which the person from the very beginning of the chain. All the way to the very end is able to see where their product is going whole, it is being an in a way, it tends to take out the middleman, which is also very important. So the ability to make money from your product the ability to protect IP rights of your product. This is done through digital certification. The ability to get the funds back to you through the online money, mechanisms etc are facilitated by blockchain, whereas the mechanisms now don't allow and so what you find is a lot of creatives do not get one there. I p protect. Action to their royalties or three the kind of monetization that they need. The assumption is that if developing countries are able to put these mechanisms in place, then their ability to track the monetization of their creative property will be much better than it. Currently is because what's happening now is that as you move to for example, the downloads for itunes unsawn. We lose a lot of money, we produce music. It goes to the international aid tunes or whoever, you know, the streaming platforms. They make most of the money on that. So the attempt is to see how we can bring back clawback some of the funds out there by creating these blockchain mechanisms to bring the money back. What's the future and challenges when it comes to creativity shoot? What's the next step two steps? I would say one is to get the debt, for example, one of the major countries I find that's missing. Here's Trinidad and Tobago. They have one of the best and most famous carnivals in the world. They're not in here, we need to get countries to collect the data and to report. So what we have. Do is help them find mechanisms to do. So the second area is how do we get them to leapfrog to the digital platform to the digital space and put in place regulations. And mechanisms those are the two challenges that we have I think that the creative industry has the potential to be a game changer further developing countries, but we have to grasp the opportunity, and we have to make it a priority.
"sixty eight point" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Now, keep this in mind after losing to Memphis, scoring eighty six points. The Spurs beat the thunder scoring a hundred and fifty four points in double overtime. This sixty eight point increase from Wednesday to Thursday is the largest and NBA history by a team from one day to the next not one game to the next but one day to the next day. That of the day. Here comes that. What? Aldridge's fifty six points third most in team history. Now, David Robinson, Ed seventy one on the final day of the regular season as he was trying to win the scoring championship. And then George Gervin had sixty three on the last day of the nineteen seventy seven seventy eight season as he was trying to win the scoring championship is. Well, so lamarcus Aldridge goes for fifty six that's our play of the day. Did you guys see this story with the saints with Sean Payton he brought in his Super Bowl trophy? He brought in his championship ring, and he brought in a stack of money totaling two hundred thousand dollars. So that's the playoff share is two hundred thousand dollars. Say brings out the Super Bowl trophy championship ring. Okay. I get that. And then he goes if you win three games, you get all of this two hundred thousand dollars each how do you go and get two hundred thousand dollars that. Did he go get it is in the teller lie with a little debit cards like a bag, but you do you fill out the form to withdrawal. You're withdrawal slip. You send somebody there? That's what I wanna know. Like the other stuff I don't care about. But you get two hundred thousand dollars. Did you go to the Bank to get the two hundred thousand dollars out go here, you go guys when three games, and this is what you get? Does that motivate you? It's it seems like a neat story for fans. But as a player, do you go okay now, I'm playing hard. Now. It means something it's a fun way to start your week. What your team at the very leash? Like, all right. This is an original day your player you're coming in. I like it. I don't know if it fires you up. But like the eagles go all the saints rubbed it in last time. Now, we're we're really mad at them. It's payback time. No, this means you get to continue to play in the playoffs. That's why you're gonna play hard all rise for Premier League morning Sunday at eleven thirty eastern, Harry Kane and Tottenham try to stay in touch with the top of the table as they take on Manchester. United the Premier League mornings Sunday beginning at eight eastern on in BCS. In twenty years ago, the sopranos debuted polling Yan HBO has been playing at all the past two weeks from season one to season seven and it's on demand. I think you should go back and watch it from season one. I started watching about a week and a half ago from season one and a month season two now, it might even be a little bit better than I remember because I think I'm more grown up watching it. I'm not just looking forward to who gets whacked every week. Did the sopranos change TB more than any other TV show in history? Changed us from network TV to cable TV and more drama style. Okay. It all Syrian all seriousness. I'm going to say this where does sex in the city stand with that as well on HBO sex and city came out a year and a half before soprano. Yes, Oz came out a year. Remember is than risen show came out of year before sex and city. Okay. So HBO started realize they could make money off these shows and start to invest in them sopranos was I just read it to panels was first mega hit HBO. But said he was right behind you. You have breaking bad. If you don't have the sopranos blast, Bryan, Cranston. He'll join us here in the final hour of the show. We will get your phone calls. Thanks for.
Why Is Palm Oil in So Many Things?
"Hey, brain stuff on Lauren Boko bomb, and you might not know what palm oil is. But chances are without realizing it you consume it in some form or many different ones every day. It's an ingredient in about half of all packaged products sold at the supermarket from instant noodles in ice cream to pizza and packaged bread. And it's also found in lipstick, soap, shampoo and detergent in other countries. It's heavily used as a bio fuel for cars and trucks. Indeed, the world consumed seventy five point eight million tonnes that's about sixty eight point eight million metric tonnes of palm oil in two thousand seventeen alone which amounted to more than a third of all of the vegetable oils used on the planet palm oils ubiquitous presence, and the world's growing consumption of it has a lot of environmental activists deeply worried the union of concerned. Scientists for example, warns that cultivation of the oil palm tree which produces the fruit from which palm oil is extracted is driving the cutting down and burning of tropical rainforests in southeast Asia, which is increasing health risk. From pollution and pumping planet warming carbon dioxide into the atmosphere as well as driving animals such as Rambutan Tigers, rhinoceros and elephants from their habitats. So what is palm oil anyway. And how did it get to be? So ubiquitous in modern civilization. It wasn't always that way. Palm oil is produced from the fruit of the oil palm tree, which is native west Africa for centuries. It's been part of the traditional diet in that region. As a source of fat and other nutrients and is utilized as a cooking oil and an ingredient in folk medicines while the palm oil that's processed for use. In products is tasteless palm oil grown in the traditional fashion in west Africa, actually has an intense taste. It's an ingredient in soups and other dishes, farmers planted. It in forests as both part of agriculture and forestry, but the oil pump didn't stay in Africa Europeans. Brought the oil palm to southeast Asia in the eighteen hundreds and tried growing it on plantations, but it didn't start catching on in a big way until the mid nineteen sixties one big boost her was the World Bank, which spent nearly one billion. Dollars to fund oil palm cultivation in an effort to promote economic development and lift people in rural areas out of poverty about half of that money went to fund series of projects in Indonesia, which became the world's biggest producer between the nineteen sixties and the two thousands the amount of land devoted to growing oil palm cultivation increased eightfold and spread to tropical areas across the globe. We spoke with Jeff connett director of friends of the earth's international forced program, which works to protect the rights of forest dependent peoples by addressing the economic issues driving for his destruction key explained the plant was improved in hybridize and varieties were developed that grew very well in large monoculture plantations palm oil became a lucrative crop to grow. I it's officiant in terms of crop yield per acre of land. Additionally, new uses were developed cut. It said it's good for placing margarine in that it's got a high melting point. And when it's refined. It has no flavor that makes it good for baking in the mid two thousand after the US food and Drug administration started requiring the listing. Of trans fats on nutrition labels, because they were linked heart disease, processed food manufacturers began looking to palm oil as a trans fat free alternative, then around the same time, the US and other western nations drafted environmental laws encouraging these vegetable oils such as palm oil is fuel as a way to reduce carbon dioxide output 'em, slow global warming. But that well intentioned move backfired because the clearing and burning of forests for palm oil cultivation, actually led to the release of massive amounts of carbon that had been stored in the Pete on forest floors, cut explained oil palm trees, often grow best in places where rainforests were it's definitely factor in deforestation. Oil palm cultivation brought other problems as well. Monoculture cultivation is needed to produce a prophet and that wears out the soil after twenty five or thirty years, Colin said leaving land unusable without intense and expensive effort and while the palm oil industry provides employment for millions of people. It's also been plagued by accusations of human rights abuses. Including these of child workers, December twenty eighteen article in Sierra magazine, for example, describes Guatemalans working sixteen hour days on oil palm plantations and suggests that use of oil palm cultivation contributes to food scarcity because it's taking up land where local farmers otherwise could be growing corn beans rice and other substance crops in response to the growing criticism of palm oil various stakeholders agricultural producers manufacturers who use palm oil and products, banks, and investors, and some environmental organizations among others has started a movement to promote sustainable palm oil the roundtable on sustainable palm oil founded in two thousand four has established a set of principles which includes avoiding use of forests that provide habitat to endangered species reduction in the use of pesticides and burning to clear land fair treatment of workers, according to local and international labor standards and consulting with local communities before new plantations are developed, according to the are SPO's website nineteen percent of global palm oil production is now certified as sustain. Cannibal? But in addition to promoting sustainability, it's crucial to stop the growth of oil palm cultivation and reduce the amount of land devoted to it. Consumers can help drive such change con- it said because most palm oil in the US is found in junk, food, and cosmetics. The best way to avoid it is to not eat junk
"sixty eight point" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football
"I would rather use a late round pick on him with the -tunities in already. Aaron Rodgers showed trust in him from last year. So I think the fact he's undrafted over ninety five percent of leaks. Allison is why not take a minute late round, especially with Green Bay had to do a lot of plug and play last. You're not only in the running back, but in the receiver roles due to different injuries rental cops, coming off an ankle surgery. He played a little bit last night, but he's still working his way back. You just, you don't know where he's going to need to step up into have guy like that. Stashed like drama Alison. He, he would be an immediate plug and play for me if he picked up a bigger role. I think that Randall Cobb probably like you said, Safaniah is the one that people are going to be more likely to draft just because of the fact that more well-known, right? His ADP right now thirty five among wide receivers, and he is a tonight. Argon by the way he has a nice report. Aaron Rodgers as well sixty eight point, eight percent of his passes that have been targeted a sixty eight point. Eight percent of Aaron Rodgers passes targeted four. Randall Cobb have been hauled in as compared to sixty one point, two percent of all other Green Bay. What passes to wide receivers from Aaron Rodgers. That of course, starts since two thousand fourteen since two thousand fourteen Randall Cobb, six than the NFL among wide receivers in terms of red zone targets. We obviously know how much Aaron Rodgers looks for devante Adams in the red zone as well. And I bring up that stat specifically because Jimmy Graham needs to get looks in the red zone for him to have fantasy relevance this year. I agree. So let's move Jimmy. Grammy talked about a little bit earlier on in the show of this. If I told you there was a player who's being drafted in the top five position, which will, which could very well be the case of where Jimmy Graham ends up, right? He could be a top-five tight end in terms of ADP by the time we get around to September first because he caught touchdown last, he should be grant Jimmy, freaking grin. There are five games last year, five than a player who catches the football for living at eight or fewer yards, not eight zero eight or fewer yards in a game. Now, there were five games last year which had more than five catches. This was shown Jackson year for tight end right up or down. There wasn't a lot of inbetween for Jimmy Graham. The pros are that he's a touchdown scoring machine. The Collins or that the volume is really difficult. I mean, fifty, seven catches that's less than four catches per game. Didn't have one game over seventy five yards. Last year. You said a minute ago that you probably won't have very many shares of AJ green. I think the Jimmy grant probably a player that the three of us feel the same way about right and the history of tight ends in Green Bay. I mean, I know that in camp what I saw was Aaron Rodgers trying to establish connection. Jimmy. Graham certainly saw them working at that right away. Both of them were talking about it, but I still don't know that he's going to be valuable enough as a receiving tight end to make it worth your while and fantasy. It doesn't take much. You know if you score handful touchdowns it doesn't take much to get into the top ten of fantasy tight ends. I have MS tied in ten, but he's going think as tight end seven right now..
Dozens killed as wildfires rage around Greek capital
"Tragedy strikes. Greece with dozens, killed by, wildfires I'm Carmen Roberts Fox News tourist and. Locals pack the highways and streets trying to escape wildfires, raging out of control around Athens at least forty nine dead. More than one hundred seventy, injured the prime minister cut short an official trip to Bosnia in order to help coordinate the response, to what is a dire situation overwhelmed. By the scale of the devastation the Greek authorities have asked for international assistance in two major forest fires that are out of control. On either side of the capitol they. Also, declared a state of emergency meanwhile a separate search is underway for ten tourists who've not been seen since fleeing the flames in a boat Sky News correspondent. Phil Edwards President Trump's considering yanking the security clearances up some of his top, critics such as former CIA director John Brennan who blasted, the president And over. His handling of, the summit with Russian President Putin the announcement. From White House, press secretary, Sarah Sanders seemed to stun reporters not only. Is the president looking to take away Brennan security clearance, he's also looking into the clearances of Komi Clapper payden rice. And McCabe most of the, officials who are impacted worked under the Obama administration the president is exploring the mechanisms to remove security, clearance because they've politicized and in some. Cases monetize their public service and security clearances but the former CIA director Michael Hayden served under President Bush FOX's Catherine Herridge a. US. Research group says North Korea's starting to. Dismantle, key facilities at its main satellite launch site so if so that would be a step towards Kim Jong keeping a promise that he made to President Trump. In June and on Wall Street Dow futures are up sixty eight points after, the index fell thirteen.
25 U.S. kids treated in ERs every hour for bike injuries
"Wbz news time five oh eight in business news asian stocks fell today oil prices gave up some of their gains after chinese regulators freed up money for bank lending a bit a trade dispute with washington taking a look at the numbers from friday the s and p was up five to close a twenty seven fifty five the nasdaq was down twenty closing at seventy six ninety three the dow is up one hundred ninety nine points to close at twenty four thousand five eighty one waiter today the commerce department reports on the number of new homes that were sold in may and the average price of a regular gallon of gas fell six cents over the past two weeks to two dollars and ninety five cents that's the first drop in nearly four months looking at the markets not a great start to the day the asian markets all in the read the european markets still actively trading but all in the red the dax is down almost one and a half percent the us futures the sp down seventeen the nasdaq down sixty two the dow currently down one hundred and sixty eight points wbz news time five oh eight new research says bike injuries among children have skyrocketed over the past decade we get more from cbs's pam coulter bike riding as part of childhood but the study finds a lot of kids are getting hurt doing it we saw more than two point two million injuries over a ten year study period that's about twenty five kids getting injured every hour study author dr laura mckenzie says that's everything from cuts and scrapes to broken bones and traumatic brain injury the majority of injuries involved children ages ten to fourteen with boys more likely to get hurt than girls mackenzie says children should wear helmets even if their parents did when they were kids pam coulter.
Intel CEO resigns after probe of relationship with employee
"The dow lost one hundred ninety six points to twenty four thousand four hundred sixty one the nasdaq finished lower by sixty eight points to seventy seven thirteen the sp was down seventeen points to twenty seven forty nine intel shares skidded lower after ceo brian chrysanthemum resigned for a consensual relationship with an employee violating a company policy for managers amazon stock was under pressure from the supreme court ruling allowing states to collect sales taxes for online sales from companies that don't have a physical presence in their state jason brooks cbs news taking a look at the future is a good rebound in target for today the european markets all in the green and the future's all in the green is well the snp up thirteen the nasdaq up thirty the dow currently a one hundred and fourteen points a teenager from charleston is told to stay home from school on the final day of classes we get more from wbz's ben parker cosmo kazumasa is sixteen years old and was to have attended his final day as a sophomore at shepherd hill regional high school in godly on thursday instead he stayed home after school administrators and police told him and other student call the tina threat cosmos stepmother says a texted gone out saying that he was going to blow up the school cosmo tells wbz tv bullies at teased him all year i'm not popular and i kinda weird when it comes down to it in the long run and i understand the spiel south to expect that people are different school officials say they had to wear on the side of caution and the decision had to be made without the benefit of time to research where the threats came from ben parker wbz newsradio ten thirty oh the band who played their first show in boston at the paradise almost forty years ago had a sold out concert at the garden last night.
U.S. passengers file suit against Southwest over fatal engine explosion
"Who have already been separated from their parents he says that's why washington is leading a coalition of states that plan to sue the trump administration for separating families a supreme court decision allow states to collect sales tax on out of state purchases made online business reporter jason brooks has more on that and more wall street continues to struggle against the backdrop of a potential trade war the dow lost one hundred ninety six points to twenty four thousand four hundred sixty one the nasdaq finished lower by sixty eight points to seventy seven thirteen the sp was down seventeen points to twenty seven forty nine intel shares skidded lower after ceo brian chrysanthemum resigned for a past consensual relationship with an employee violating a company policy for managers amazon stock was under pressure from a supreme court ruling allowing states to collect sales taxes for online sales from companies that don't have a physical presence in their state jason brooks cbs news eight passengers who were on a deadly southwest airlines flight are suing the airline boeing and the the companies that made the engine the washington post reports the suit claims they fail to maintain and repair that plane and the engine to keep it safe for passengers in april the plane's engine blew mid air shattered a window of woman was partially sucked out of the plane and died scott.
Europe, Brian Chrysanthemum and Bob Swan discussed on Bloomberg Best
"The future of ntfs gain unparalleled insight into europe's growing etf market come city groups european head of market structure james van god's president and chief executive officer tim buckley footsie russel's head of ets kennedy keith and other top executives registered to attend this event at bloomberg live dot com slash frankford slash etf this is a bloomberg market minute stocks lost ground as investors worried about trade tariffs that how jones industrials fell for an eighth straight session the dow losing one hundred ninety six points the nasdaq fell sixty eight points the sp five five hundred closed down seventeen the losses ranged from six tenths to nine tenths percent intel is looking for a new chief executive officer brian chrysanthemum is out after the chip maker learned violated company policy by having a consensual relationship with an employee chief financial officer bob swan was named interim ceo bloomberg reports conagra brands has approached pinnacle foods about a possible deal sources say the to food manufacturers have held talks in recent weeks there was a decline last week in the number of workers filing new claims for unemployment benefits two hundred eighteen thousand initial applications were counted three.
UN: Record 68.5 million people displaced worldwide
"News time eleven nineteen seventy eight degrees fair skies here in boston a couple of clouds out there for the rest of the afternoon highs near eighty except for the cape and islands for we'll see highs in the mid seventies check traffic and weather together coming up in about three minutes here on wbz but first developing news homeland security secretary kirstin nielsen now drafting an order to end family separations at the border it's not the president will sign it more on that coming up in a moment meantime federal officials say immigrants accused of entering the us illegally can find where their children are through an email address and hotlines but advocates say it's just not that simple to reunite more than two thousand families separated by us officials at the border since may on wall street the dow jones down fifty five points nasdaq up fifty one and the s and p five hundred is up five back to our developing story we're following this out of washington and the ongoing battle over family separations at the border associated press now reporting homeland security secretary kirstin nielsen is drafting an order to end the practice of removing children from their parents but it's not clear whether the president will sign it nielsen has been the target of outrage by protesters of this policy last night they disrupted her dinner at a mexican restaurant yelling shame and no borders no walls of course as this story continues to develop we'll keep an eye on that for you here right on wbz wbz news time eleven twenty in other news the un says about seventy million people are currently displaced on this world refugee day about fifteen thousand refugees have been admitted to the united states so far this year but a cbs kylie outward reports that leaves the country poised to fall short of reaching its annual refugee cap by the end of the year there were sixty eight point five million displaced individuals across the world in 2017 that means that forty four thousand people were displaced every day and the us has gone through a series of different kind of levels of leading in refuge right now they're at one of their lowest in history for the fourth year running turkey was again the country with the largest number of refugees taken in mostly syrians three and a half million by the end of two thousand seventeen the us though the most new individual applications for asylum last year about three hundred thirty thousand german chancellor angela merkel rejecting president trump's tweets that migrants were behind a ten percent surge in crime in her country she says the crime stats are outdated and the president's using them to try to justify zero tolerance policies cbs's global affairs contributor ian bremmer says president trump's relationship with markle and other world leaders is tenuous i've spoken with most of the delegations now that attended the g seven summit they've all responded that the relationship was very far from the ten described by president trump they think it's deeply broken they feel that their personal relationship with trump is deeply problematic bremmer is called the president's performance at the g seven the quote geopolitical equivalent of the firing of fbi director james comey and the cardinal who wants spoke on pre sex abuse has now been removed from ministry in the catholic church former washington archbishop theodore mckarrick has been accused of sexually abusing a teen happened about fifty years ago while he was a priest in new york back in two thousand and two he spoke at the vatican about removing abusive priests from power there's probably the beginning of a real consensus that from here on in there is no place in the priesthood for someone who would do such a thing pointing to the washington post cardinal timothy dolan of new york investigated these allegations against mccarrick and found them to be credible seattle's about to become the first city in the country to ban straws that are that are plastic in restaurants with plastic utensils snooze city ordinance goes into effect on july first supporters of that band say half a billion plastic straws go into the world's oceans every year and caused significant environmental damage a critical.
"sixty eight point" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"Table because it happens around the world there's actual basketball that is going on right now what did you think about the rockets turn it around in game two sixty eight points from heir gordon trevor reza and pj tucker twenty four points collectively in game one that's the story i mean if we really want to be honest james harden chris ball did not have great games james harden shot three for fifteen from downtown which is continuing trend bomani of of him doing really well and game ones when he has a lot of rest and then once he doesn't have that benefit of the risk in the rest of the series over the last two postseasons he's had his production fall off the map i mean he's shooting something like twenty five percent from three in non game ones and they were able to shoulder that because a pg tucker i mean the the pj tucker corner three is really for opposing defenses the canary in the coal mine because if he gets open three pointer in the corner that means the is broken down and he's amazing three point shooter from the corner i'll give you this that pj tucker in the postseason shooting fifty three percent from the corner and with the added benefit of the three points versus two that's an eighty percent shot lebron james layup lebron in the restricted area shoot seventy five percent so a pj tucker corner three is giving you more value than a lebron james layup so that's that's the pick your poison that the houston houston rockets have they didn't get to that in game one and game two the absolutely did the golden state warriors have to play better defense do you feel like i do times that the rockets would chris paul and james kind of look a lot like that first year of the.
"sixty eight point" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball
"Or was a big drop over and was a bat and and found himself to a decent career i'll get a really sharp career yeah but really i mean law hit like lars at like all the hitters lars anderson like the hitters it's a really bad sign when he dropped this far and i wanna know some guy on the list josh hamilton i guess sixty eight point sets your best that's a josh hamilton and carlos ktm of the sixty players the dropped more than sixty eight ranks was the best hitters and i mean obviously josh hamilton hat such an interesting in such a gap different path that he is not even it's not even instructive in any way shape or form my question no is who who'd rank guky dawkins 21 in the first place like really a set guky dawkins up there that's more of the rancours problem than anything guky dawkins did the i hear the mike auld still has a chance to get get out that guy sucks i fell for michael i thought that is going to be a monster yeah is there is trashing you gonna be 28 he's trash so yeah it it it does it look good though i am a link all these pieces and talk about two other of your pizza's though links will be there for all three of you guys haven't read them and it was really it was really interesting to see that and it doesn't bode well from one it of course you're just showing the history it it mean that he can't and and that he that he is doomed to just completely fog is going to be twenty years old coming into this year too so let's not pretend that he's completely don interestingly the last year ba had him seventeen mlb had of nineteen based on perspectives hadam 56th so maybe they're are a little head on this like hey maybe this guys and i think that's also going to be kind of your case in a reverse for riyadh you're all rose from what i gathered you know they haven't come up with a top one hundred most yet um you know eric long and hanging them and.