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New York City begins Phase 2 as some businesses reopen

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:57 sec | 2 weeks ago

New York City begins Phase 2 as some businesses reopen

"Now that New York City has moved into the second phase of re opening businesses during what is still a corona virus pandemic more folks now back at work in office buildings people can once again get their hair cut and condition and style than men or something stuff pick up at a retail shop I know a lot of us are excited about seeing the stores in our neighborhoods we love we opening barber shops and hair salons re opening restaurants of course so much going on that really really will help us come out of this crisis and move forward get people back their livelihood look phase one was a big deal but phase two is really a giant step for this city that's mayor bill de Blasio today saying all this means more workers are now on more trains and buses around the five boroughs there are twenty nine percent more subway riders over the past two weeks and sing similar jumps in numbers for bus and ferry riders drivers coming into

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New York City Enjoys First Official Day Of Phase 2 Reopening

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 2 weeks ago

New York City Enjoys First Official Day Of Phase 2 Reopening

"Wins well New York City went into its first phase two or phase two of its re opening today the first day I'm trying to say unlike phase one though this time you could really see it right more people on the train sidewalk cafes and all Juliet Papa with the first day of round to the mayor calls today a huge step forward business is opening up and people streaming into the city subway ridership compared to the Thursday before phase one just a few weeks ago this past Thursday had subway ridership up twenty nine percent and people patronizing hair salons restaurants DOT commissioner Polly Trachtenburg wants to make sure street dining go smoothly we are actually in the process today going to be emailing to all the restaurants who applied for curb spaces sort of somewhat official sign which says don't park here she says they don't want to see confrontations over who has the right to the parking space Juliet Papa ten ten

New York City Juliet Papa Commissioner Polly Trachtenburg DOT Official
U.S. Personal Income Soared in April, Not Consumer Spending

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:33 min | Last month

U.S. Personal Income Soared in April, Not Consumer Spending

"New numbers from the commerce department show consumer spending plunged more than thirteen percent in April the steepest drop since the government began to keep records more than sixty years ago and it's an ominous signal for a country where consumer spending is the main driver of economic activity and here Scott Horsley joins us Scott thanks so much for being with us good morning where their particular kinds of spending that dried up in April or was it pretty much across the board it was really widespread Scott of course that's partly because there weren't a lot of opportunities to spend money lots of restaurants and retail shops were closed so we saw a sharp drop in in just about every kind of purchase spending at barber shops and beauty parlors alike was down by seventy four percent even healthcare spending which is usually pretty recession proof plunged by twenty nine percent last month a lot of doctors and dentists offices were closed for all but emergency appointments for and how much of the cutting spending we seem to have been driven by the massive layoffs you know there was a pretty steep drop in paychecks last month either because people were laid off or or even those are working have their hours cut many cases but what's interesting is that was more than offset by huge spike in government relief payments between the unemployment benefits and those twelve hundred dollar stimulus checks that went out Americans overall personal income actually shot up last month by more than ten percent we just wound up banking some of that extra income overall Americans saved about a third of their disposable income last month that's about four times the usual savings rate now some of that might have been involuntary savings by people who just couldn't go out to a movie or a ball game as they would like to do but it also could reflect people deliberately squirrelly money away in anticipation of lean months ahead and now that more businesses and more states are opening their doors in many parts of the country should we look for spending to come back to it's gonna be interesting to watch if you think about it a revival of consumer spending is gonna depend on three things one is the opportunity to spend too is money in consumers pockets to spend and then three is just the confidence that it's safe to go out and spend money we are starting to see more opportunities as as businesses open their doors as far as money in your pocket you know some people are going back to work but with double digit unemployment wages are likely to remain depressed for awhile to calm and we can't necessarily count on the government to make up the gap with those big relief payments in the twelve hundred dollar payments are gone they're not set to be repeated and the extra six dollars a week in unemployment benefits the Congress authorized during the pandemic those are due to run out at the end of July so ability to spend is kind of a question mark he also said that consumers have to feel safe about being able to go out and spend money how do we judge that right now that's the big unknown and of course it depends in part on the path of the pandemic this is something for reserve chairman Jerome Powell talked about yesterday in a webcast hosted by Princeton University a full recovery of the economy will really depend on people being confident that it's safe to go out and say to engage in a broad range of economic activities that's how the economy will recover and eat you see people testing the limits now probably every day all of us are doing things you might not have done two months ago and you're just seeing how that works we're in the midst of a big national experiment some people gonna respect their favorite restaurant as soon as the doors open others are gonna be more cautious and the some of those millions of individual decisions will determine the direction the economy we know we're in a deep hole right now the big question is how soon can we climb

Retail Sales Plunge A Record 16.4% In April

Squawk Pod

02:10 min | Last month

Retail Sales Plunge A Record 16.4% In April

"Nobody's shopping retail spending plunged in April as the corona virus pandemic forced the American consumer home and out of restaurants stores even gas stations. The April retail sales drop of sixteen point. Four percent broke the record set just last month now. Online retail sales are up including a statistic. I think I have directly influenced PYJAMA sales up one hundred fifty percent last month but the American consumer is our backbone typically responsible for about seventy percent of our twenty one trillion dollar plus economy here. Cnbc senior economics reporter Steve. Liebmann people aren't buying stuff. I mean I hate to state the obvious but this is an obvious statement in bold relief. Here they're not buying cars down twelve percent. They're not buying furnishings and home furnishing items down fifty eight percent clothing and clothing accessories down. Seventy eight percent. I mean there's one positive here I think there is just one positive that positive is non store retailers up eight point four percent and besides some sort of strange up and down we had in December eighteen that is the largest one month increase in that is electronics. And that's where people are indeed buying things. Non Store Retailers Down Twenty nine percent and I want to just say a word here. You have gasoline gasoline station sales down twenty eight percent normally. That's a good thing where the decline in gas prices ends up being sort of like a tax cut for individuals except in this case because people aren't driving they aren't really getting that remained necessarily. They're not paying as much for gasoline and not going to work. But you're not getting the stimulus you might otherwise get from the decline of gas prices similar ideas here with the decline in Federal Reserve interest rates so the nation shutdown that shutdown showing up dramatically in these retail sales price sales report here. And we're just not seeing yet and he kind of evidence in the early. May data a bunch of a rebound Andrew

Cnbc Federal Reserve Reporter Andrew Steve
Coronavirus pummels U.S. retail sales, industrial production

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:57 sec | Last month

Coronavirus pummels U.S. retail sales, industrial production

"Tech was setting up for a lower start retail sales aren't dying they're dead retail sales numbers coming out this morning tumbling by a record sixteen point four percent from March to April as the business shutdowns caused by the coronavirus crisis of course kept shoppers away sales of retailers sank a record sixteen point four percent as of course easily shatters records the only category that did see a game though you want to guess online shopping up big with the big retailers etailers Amazon and Walmart the beneficiaries of that receipts at internet retailers jumped eight point four percent but I popping drops elsewhere auto dealers down to twelve percent gas station saw twenty nine percent plunges gas prices have plunged recently and a plunging sales are coming as no surprise with the depth of the drop still a shocking to analysts today four times bigger than the biggest drop during the Great Recession stock futures point lower the Dow setting up for about a two hundred point drop at

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T. Colin Campbell, PhD - T is for 'Trailblazer'

Plant Strong

06:26 min | Last month

T. Colin Campbell, PhD - T is for 'Trailblazer'

"My guest today is one of the great trailblazers in the plant based space in fact he coined the term based over thirty years ago. His name is t Colin Campbell. Of course you know him from his book that is sold over three million copies. The China's study. You know him from the documentary forks over knives and many of you from his repeat visits to our annual event plans stock for the past sixty five years. He's been a courageous true seeker. An unapologetic truth teller and today's episode of the plant. Strong podcast we talk about his definition of nutrition. What exactly is protein? Which is better animal protein or plant based protein? How much fat she. Ideally have in our diet and we talk about two recently released articles that Colin wrote which speak to his revolutionary idea that the best defense against covert nineteen is. What is on the end of your fork? In fact not only as a whole foods plant based diet the best cautionary measure that we can take. It's also the most responsible to protect to strain on the hospital system. Our global environment and the food supply chain which as you know has been severely compromised much to the shameful detriment of the workers and the animals. The links to these two articles are in the show notes at plant strong PODCAST DOT COM. But for now take the next hour and absorb this rich information from my friend and mentor. T Colin Campbell. T Colin Campbell. I want to welcome you to the plant strong podcast. Jeez I think the last time that I saw you. Colin was on the Holistic holiday at the crews Gosh I think it was February. Twenty seventh right before cove nineteen hit us. Hard young was wonder that we work on one of those scholarships. No it really was and in this cruiseliner that we were on was an Italian cruise liner. Right now yeah yeah. What a Well what what a time that was so I would love to start out by saying and I WANNA boomerang around in and get to this subject but you recently have written two different articles both about Kobe. Nineteen and how nutrition may be our best defense against over nineteen which is kind of a a novel idea. But if it's okay with you before we we can tackle. That would like to do is kind of revisit and start with some of the kind of nutrition basics a little bit. Because I think that's show many people don't know some of the stuff some of the really revolutionary stuff that you did in in the China Study Joe. I'd like to talk a little bit about that. If you're okay with that sure I before I do. He Colin Campbell. What does the tea stand for Thomas? Thomas and your son is Thomas. I got two sons Thomas. This you're on weird and my father's name was Thomas also okay and so tell me. So why is the tea? Why is it? Why is it not Colin t Campbell? Wise IT T- Column Roma fozzard immigrant. And he's from the Campbell clan as you may know from Scotland essentially and for long centuries of the name Colin was always the first name given to the oldest child in the Campbell clan. And so I was the first child to be born and my dad wanted me to be named collar. Or but he wasn't there I was born. He saw the doctor gave around to put the name. Down my dad. He said there should be three names. My Mom said okay. Put put my dad's name. I never was not exactly what he wanted so I stuck with her column. That kept the T. While I well I this yeah well. It's so unique now you you have been kind of one of these trail-blazing researchers now for over sixty five years And you've just you've done some amazing stuff to basically go against the status quo and buck the trends. What what do you think is giving you the courage to go after the truth with such kind of like was such intensity well. There's one very practical reason namely I had the academic tenure which is really become a very very strong feelings about that. I got tenure when I was only in my thirties fairly I so I had all these years Davin. Intern is guaranteed by Tenure I can freedom of guarantee but tenure and his precious is precious. Had I not had that kind of academic freedom or tenure wilt have not have ed tenure. I would be sitting here talking to you now and Horton. But the but the part of it that I get really exercised about is the fact that tenure in American universities has been declining intentionally so now for decades and it's almost a deployment now at almost doesn't exist for person unless they you know at the senior level full professor tenure that sort of stuff they look. There's only not in two thousand eleven. Twenty nine percent of the faculty were senior senior professors. Let's say full professors and academic as I was one of the nine percent that was eleven. I've done this right now. Can't be more than what it is two or three percent so what that what that means for. Country Rep is that is shutting people down. Who are expected to be telling the truth And my dad was very particular about that. You tell the truth the whole truth. Nothing but the truth so it was a combination of my dad's background his advice. And the tenure.

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Uber Technologies Makes Takeover Approach to Grubhub

Bloomberg Markets

01:02 min | Last month

Uber Technologies Makes Takeover Approach to Grubhub

"Was uber technologies bringing seven hundred fifty million dollars of bonds after reports that they were interested in buying grub hub and some people view this is a positive people were looking for consolidation in the food delivery space and sort of the scale being the key component to survival at the same time it also points to a world of hurt for uber as people just don't take cars anywhere anymore in the same way that they did before the pandemic Dave yeah that's it I mean you put it all together and you can understand you know why they would need to go to the markets and maybe even talk about how they figured that they would end the year with billions of dollars so wasn't like a distress situation at least from the way they present in the past as it has been with a lot of other companies then I'll just note uber's actually little changed at this point in light of the sale and grandpa which had quite the move yesterday was up twenty nine percent after we and others reported on the potential deal it's down about two and a half percent

Uber approaches Grubhub with acquisition offer

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:16 sec | Last month

Uber approaches Grubhub with acquisition offer

"Sources say uber has made an offer to acquire a grub hub in a move that would build out its food delivery platform even as it shutters parts of its own service abroad today GrubHub shares that they did rally by twenty nine percent uber up today by two point

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Boston Mayor Walsh offers message of support to nursing home residents, employees

Jay Talking

06:02 min | 2 months ago

Boston Mayor Walsh offers message of support to nursing home residents, employees

"Boston mayor Marty Walsh updating the corona virus impact on the city during Monday's city hall briefing we have a total of eleven thousand one hundred and six cases that's an increase of fifty nine from yesterday in five hundred and thirty three people passed away an increase of eight from yesterday and I just wanted again just pass along our thoughts and prayers for those families who lost loved ones and also those families that are struggling with that of the stillness the Boston Medical Center is currently serving a hundred sixty four patients eighty two on the shelf aside eighty two on the hospital side altogether we have served more than six hundred fifty call the patients at the command center Boston hospitals are at a combined two hundred and ten percent of normal ice you capacity that number has come down somewhat but obviously it's not where it needs to be at and we need to continue to make physical distancing face coverings and good hygiene a priority on some updates and testing by the end of last week we had conducted a total of thirty six thousand seven to test or roughly five percent of the Boston population I rate a positive test last week was twenty percent per year over overall positive test rate down to twenty nine percent every neighborhood sorry so it's positive school down and that's a testament to the physical distance thing residents are joining an expanding testing city wide I want to thank you for that the neighborhoods with the biggest reductions last week response than with a ninety percent drop in positive results and Mattapan which had a fifteen percent drop that's a testament to the hard work of our health care inequities counts once in and and also the ways we're targeting our region testing try most impacted communities and all as that work continues I want to thank everyone involved there I also want to thank the residents are in the community who have done some amazing work by by practising physical social distancing wearing face mask and on all the things that are important mayor Walsh notes the devastating impact the viruses had on nursing homes these facilities are licensed and regulated by the state so our work in these areas tied to the state's efforts and done in collaboration with them but I want to assure residents and families and staff that we've been in constant contact with elder care facility since the beginning of this crisis in the city we speak with administrators of these institutions every single day and we're doing everything we can to get them the resources and the support that they need we created a disease containment strike team too right to help any facility facing operate currently we're actively supporting nine facilities as of may fifth we provide over four hundred fourteen staff ships which includes nurses nursing assistants and personal care attendants we've also worked to help administrative supports in these facilities we've provided two hundred six thousand items of personal protective equipment including sixty two thousand surgical masks six thousand facials and over fourteen thousand gallons I pledge right now in the city that we're going to continue our support financing homes in their residence they're the most severely impacted in this crisis that includes the families with loved ones in these facilities I know there is a desire for more information but we do our best to share the data that we can while respecting confidentially a person's health data the state has data from bosses facility we want to share that data on a weekly basis starting today as of may ninth across thirty nine facilities in the city of Austin two hundred fifty two residents had passed away that's forty eight percent of our city wide total we pray for all those individuals and their families and I know their families whose loved ones in the facility there's nothing week more they can remove the fear concern when you hear those numbers especially hard when you can't visit your family member we'll continue sharing as much information as we can I also want to speak directly to the residents of a nursing homes assisted living and other care facilities too much of the conversation is on the issue has been about you and not enough has been said to you I want you to know we see you we are thinking about you you are loved in value your contributed more to our city than anyone eleven now many of you served our country many of you raise your children and work for the institutions that we're relying on right now in this crisis you dedicated your life to making our community stronger and we must dedicate our office just safety and dignity not just during this crisis but also at all times we owe you everything we are working every day on ways we can support you and help keep you safe as summer approaches the mayor says his administration is working on ways to provide enough space to ensure social distancing we want to make sure our small businesses can get the support they need and we want to make sure everyone has a safe and healthy transportation options so in addition to our planned capital investment in safe and sustainable streets we've been looking for ways to expand space for pedestrians small business customers cyclists and bus commuters the things we are thinking about include expanding sidewalks in business districts that can help with physical distance thing especially where people wait in line for businesses that are following new capacity guidelines opening up entirely in suggestions a cycle issues which could also calm traffic speeds we we need to do this in a way that does not cut off from merging vehicles or delivery access for residents expanding bus stops or bus it making bus Ruprecht press priorities on the road well subway ridership is down we are seeing essential workers continue to rely on questions if these ideas will help us meet our goals we will develop proposals for specific locations to share with the community for the feedback before moving forward this is an important issue for safe recovery and we need to have an inclusive conversation to get it right

Marty Walsh Boston
Wayfair shares rocket higher as coronavirus-related store closures shift more demand its way

MarketFoolery

05:26 min | 2 months ago

Wayfair shares rocket higher as coronavirus-related store closures shift more demand its way

"Let's kick things off with wayfair the home furniture and home decor ecommerce retailer. Sheriff of wayfair twenty percent on better-than-expected revenues. Now Jason They are doing a big business in office furniture perhaps not surprisingly and cookware. Now they reported twenty one point one million active customers. That's up twenty nine percent from a year ago so that all sounds good and so. It's a bit surprising Jason for I think a lot of people when they discover that wayfair is actually losing money. So unpack all of that for us. Yeah I mean well this wayfair. Losing money is not really anything new. That's what they've been doing pretty much ever since they've been in existence but it's all for a longer term goal. I think certainly we're seeing a time like this is shining light on the advantages of the market of waivers pursuing. They aren't close for business. A lot of their competitors are in and they will be for awhile and when they reopened their competitor is going to be very limited to the traffic they can take in and they're going to be limited by the willingness of consumers to constantly go out in shop for furniture in the house and credit spaces. So you know. We're we're definitely seeing a lot of a lot of the tailwinds that are coming into play for like wayfair but to go to those numbers that you were talking about at the beginning there. I mean across the board again. The metrics that matter continued all head in the right direction so total revenue of two point. Three billion dollars up nineteen point eight percent from a year ago gross margin actually ticked up seventy basis points from a year ago. And that's important. Because the shipping and fulfillment costs are included there in that gross margin and. That's one of the bigger challenges for business like this active customers. Twenty one point one million versus sixteen point four million a year ago. Orders delivered nine point nine million up twenty one percent from year ago but the key metric here and the one we talk about every time we talk about wafers earnings repeat customers play sixty nine point eight percent of total orders in the first quarter and that compares to sixty six percent from the first quarter of two thousand and nineteen that the reason why that matters costs a lot of money to acquire those customers. Okay once they get those customers in they want to keep selling those customers more stuff and so the more they can get those repeat customers. The less they have to pay for those acquisition costs in down the road that ultimately results profitability for the business. There there yet but they're certainly getting closer. Okay I wanNA talk about another metric and that is the stock. The stock chart for Wayfair is just amazing. I would encourage. Everyone and I don't think I've ever done this on the show but I would encourage everyone to look at the year to date wayfair stock charts so at the beginning of the year in January Jason shares around ninety three dollars by mid-march Sheriff down to twenty three dollars which was around a five year. Low K ninety three to twenty three now seven weeks later shares or at one hundred and sixty box. How is that happening? What is going on with the stock that goes from twenty three to one sixty and around seven weeks? I mean you're exactly right. I mean it's been a phenomenal ride in a very short period of time. I think there are a lot of factors at play here primarily so I think when you looked wayfair we think about before. Even the corona virus concerns. Okay if we go back. Even pre cove in nineteen wayfair along with a lot of other companies they were dealing with. You may remember those China trade issues that we were batting around the headlines Seemingly every day and that was something for seemingly I think around eighteen months or something so they were dealing with that China trade problems and that matters because a lot of wayfair supply chain really does come out of China so that was a headwind then the beginning of the year. Obviously the corona virus concerns developed in. We entered this bear market in that. Killed Everything wayfair notwithstanding. I was really where you so wayfair. Just get shellacked now. We're seeing not only with the results of the companies turning in but the general markets turn. It's clear that actually wafers market opportunities. It's accelerating and that kind of goes back to what I was talking about before with all of their competition. A lot of their competition is there are closed for business right and even furthermore when they reopened they're going to face myriad challenge just to get business back to the way it was in so I think along the way here wayfair decision pretty good things I mean they. They raise some capital. They were able to pull on some money from some investors to strengthen up their balance sheet through a private placement. They did have to let go of some employees. I think somewhere in the neighborhood of six hundred people or so now. That's obviously not good for people losing their jobs but ultimately for for a business that was arguably bloated it rights is the business of the business and then I think finally going to the results. Today there were some key points that management may may call that. I think really leading to some of the enthusiasm. The one thing that stood out to me. They said I'll read this quote to you. They said I quote. Starting IN MID-MARCH. We saw pickup in both traffic and conversion with increasingly strong repeat behavior coupled with acceleration in new customer orders in. So that's like the opposite of everything women hearing to this point. We're hearing about how businesses were doing fine in January and February and then march business fell a cliff way fares basically witness witnessing the opposite

Wayfair Jason China
Amazon sees possible second-quarter loss as it forecasts $4 billion in COVID-19-related costs

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Amazon sees possible second-quarter loss as it forecasts $4 billion in COVID-19-related costs

"Amazon's profit fell twenty nine percent in the first quarter with its costs for shipping millions of packages to homebound customers rising but the online retail said sales soared as more people are shopping online while they shelter in place during the corona virus pandemic Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos says the company will likely spend at least four billion dollars during the second quarter in order to speed up delivery times and buy masks and other protective equipment for workers in its warehouses and whole foods

Amazon Founder And Ceo Jeff Bezos
Poll finds growing support for mail voting

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Poll finds growing support for mail voting

"Support for voting by mail is growing amid concerns about polling place safety during the corona virus pandemic in AP-NORC center for public affairs research poll finds thirty nine percent of Americans now favor mail in voting up twenty percent from two years ago then there was little difference between Democrats and Republicans on the issue but there is now a wide partisan divide while forty seven percent of Democrats back mail in voting just twenty nine percent of Republicans do suggesting president trump's campaign against it may be resonating among his base he and others openly worry mail in voting will let too many people cast ballots for the GOP to win in November the partisan differences could have a big impact in battlegrounds where five of the top seven swing states have divided government Sager macaroni Washington

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Poll finds growing support for mail voting

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Poll finds growing support for mail voting

"In a P. N. O. R. C. center for public affairs research poll finds thirty nine percent of Americans now favor mail in voting up twenty percent from two years ago then there was little difference between Democrats and Republicans on the issue but there is now a wide partisan divide while forty seven percent of Democrats back mail in voting just twenty nine percent of Republicans do suggesting president trump's campaign against it may be resonating among his base he and others openly worry mail in voting will let too many people cast ballots for the GOP to win in November the partisan differences could have a big impact in battlegrounds where five of the top seven swing states have divided government Sager mag ani Washington

P. N. O. R. C. Center Donald Trump GOP President Trump Ani Washington
Poll finds growing support for mail voting

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Poll finds growing support for mail voting

"In a P. N. O. R. C. center for public affairs research poll finds thirty nine percent of Americans now favor mail in voting up twenty percent from two years ago then there was little difference between Democrats and Republicans on the issue but there is now a wide partisan divide while forty seven percent of Democrats back mail in voting just twenty nine percent of Republicans do suggesting president trump's campaign against it may be resonating among his base he and others openly worry mail in voting will let too many people cast ballots for the GOP to win in November the partisan differences could have a big impact in battlegrounds where five of the top seven swing states have divided government Sager mag ani Washington

P. N. O. R. C. Center Donald Trump GOP President Trump Ani Washington
Poll finds growing support for mail voting

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Poll finds growing support for mail voting

"In a P. N. O. R. C. center for public affairs research poll finds thirty nine percent of Americans now favor mail in voting up twenty percent from two years ago then there was little difference between Democrats and Republicans on the issue but there is now a wide partisan divide while forty seven percent of Democrats back mail in voting just twenty nine percent of Republicans do suggesting president trump's campaign against it may be resonating among his base he and others openly worry mail in voting will let too many people cast ballots for the GOP to win in November the partisan differences could have a big impact in battlegrounds where five of the top seven swing states have divided government Sager mag ani Washington

P. N. O. R. C. Center Donald Trump GOP President Trump Ani Washington
Poll finds growing support for mail voting

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Poll finds growing support for mail voting

"In a P. N. O. R. C. center for public affairs research poll finds thirty nine percent of Americans now favor mail in voting up twenty percent from two years ago then there was little difference between Democrats and Republicans on the issue but there is now a wide partisan divide while forty seven percent of Democrats back mail in voting just twenty nine percent of Republicans do suggesting president trump's campaign against it may be resonating among his base he and others openly worry mail in voting will let too many people cast ballots for the GOP to win in November the partisan differences could have a big impact in battlegrounds where five of the top seven swing states have divided government Sager mag ani Washington

P. N. O. R. C. Center Donald Trump GOP President Trump Ani Washington
U.S. retail sales plummeted as the nation entered a lockdown

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

U.S. retail sales plummeted as the nation entered a lockdown

"And Jason Brooks bad news for retailers today yeah we're getting more evidence Susan of how much damage the pandemic is doing to the economy retail sales plummeted eight point seven percent in March for the month before Americans went on a stockpiling binge like never seen before a shelter in place orders started coming down in March the commerce department reports a grocery sales soared twenty nine percent higher from a year earlier but that's with the good news ends overall sales were down from February clothing sales plunging over fifty percent auto furniture electronics all down by at least twenty five percent online got a big boost on a nearly ten percent gain and Amazon stock is reflecting that trading at an all time

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Black people, Hispanics are dying from coronavirus at much higher rates in cities across the USA including New York

Rush Limbaugh

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Black people, Hispanics are dying from coronavirus at much higher rates in cities across the USA including New York

"Toll among the numbers in New York and in other states the data is showing that minorities and low income people are more likely to die of coronavirus here in New York City corona viruses infecting and killing Hispanics and blacks at disproportionately high rates mayor bill de Blasio said it reflects economic inequality and access to care there are a lot of people particularly seniors in communities of color there were more vulnerable because their conditions had not been treated the way they could've and should've Hispanics here comprise thirty four percent of those who have died of the virus but they're twenty nine percent of the population blacks are twenty two percent of the population but twenty eight percent

New York Bill De Blasio
"twenty nine percent" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

07:03 min | 9 months ago

"twenty nine percent" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"In the kitchen twenty nine percent admit they feel hopeless when it comes to cooking burning food of course the most common cooking fail followed by burning up pot and pan go mostly cloudy skies today another windy day highs around fifty eight right now fifty one degrees at seven thirty four eight go it's into these top stories this is ninety seven point one wash FM Caroline from Springfield she's going to join us in just a few minutes tell us all about her crazy first date that involved a surprised chaperone who turned the first date night into debate night Michelle dish the dates next year ninety seven point one wash FM mon jun this the we need to yeah no means no ninety seven point one wash FM Chardon name and isn't it ironic he is thanks it isn't this judge yeah.

"twenty nine percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"twenty nine percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"There were so wasn't in the thirties, seventy five. It was twenty one. Now it's twenty nine percent or last year and legal under, only under certain circumstances. Fifty fifty fifty fifty one fifty fifty two fifty to fifty to fifty one fifty fifty four fifty you go all the way back. This has been consistent. Well over sixty percent in this case, sixty eight percent of Americans say abortion should be legal either illegal eighteen percent or legal, only under certain circumstances, a small radical sick twisted demented minority. Says legal under any circumstances. What do use it as birth control? Go ahead. What a kill the baby at eight months or when you're delivering it at nine months. Go ahead. Changed your mind. Don't think you what that baby after nine months kill it. Frankly, I'm shocked that it's twenty nine percent. But that's what it is. But it's twenty nine percent folks. You watch the media, the phony fake, fraudulent media, and what and you get the impression that it's if you don't agree with them. You're not. No, they're the nut. They're out of touch, and they know it, who they gotta do is Google this poll. And then kluber charts seventy seventy something percent of gimme a break. I don't care what cockamamie question you come up with and get the desire answer. These are the questions should it be legal under any circumstances legal under certain circumstances illegal in all circumstances. Those are the questions. Don't tell me where Americans are, and justify your slaughter of innocent life, based on your cockamamie nonsense. And then there's, I'm sorry. Probably. Well, there could be that could be a contest for the lowest IQ in the democratic field. But right up there. I might put my money on Kristen gillibrand. Oh my God. These people, what are their twenty four them now, she's got to be running most of them because I guess they make money out of this. When people contribute to that campaign, what do they do? They get to keep it at the end. I don't think they give it back. I don't know what they could use it for legally. But, but this to be I mean, people like this, the Jila does she even have a percent two percent one percent. Cory booker. But she'll LeBron shila brand, she knows where the people stand here. She was talking about abortion. She's gonna she's. Well, let's actually said, let's do seven. I seven I she's a lead that people she's get a lead the nation in going for, for the right to kill your baby. Here's seven I guy can leave a movement in a fight across this nation for women's reproductive freedom. This is an all out of salt state after state of thirty nine efforts in this country to undermine women's reproductive freedoms, President Trump intends on overturning Roe v. Wade, he's made it clear, not only in his campaign, but as president, and that's what these Republican legislatures are doing across this country. I've ascending women have to fight back on and I will leave that fight. She's good a lead that fight. I got news for you Kerr Kirsten. Kristen kirsten. I think nobody knows who you, are you leading nothing. You're gonna lead nothing. Did I read that FOX this FOX have her for a town hall? Are you kidding? See that's why we're doomed. There's no, there's really no more FOX there. Sean, this Tucker and his Laura, but you know, until those contracts were out, but, but there's no more real FOX really I make Bernie. I could see Fernie. I could see if you could get Biden. I could see it. But Kirsten gillibrand. I if I'm wrong, then I'm wrong and I apologized. But, but, but if I think I read that a town hall Kirsten Jila. Are you kidding me? For what? Now, here's number eight, I want you to hear number eight and they're asking Merican today, do believe in the precedent of Roe v. Wade.

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"twenty nine percent" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"twenty nine percent" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"Her do anything that she can to keep her feeling normal. Parents who I've seen who have chronically ill children that have worked in keeping their kids from having this poor me attitude and feeling that they're that someone's feeling sorry for them. All the time. Our parents who really continued to do everything normally with the child, and when I say that I'm not just talking about activities. I'm talking about discipline. I'm talking about restrictions. I'm talking about you know, she acts up that you have these same expectations for your daughter that you do for any other children. And that's the best thing that you can do to keep her from having a poor me attitude. It really is important that your husband not treat her differently than the other kids. I e not give her too many toys because he is treating her like he really feels sorry for her. So I encourage you to sit down and talk to one another and say, what can we do to communicate? Our daughter that we don't feel sorry for her that we feel towards her just like we do all the other kids, and again talked your pulmonologist about real risk and how to avoid very serious risk and let the rest go. Here's another question from Rachel their doctor. Meg I'm in a bind with my sons. They need discipline rules and limits, they often tell me that dad says something and its ally. And I have to be extremely careful not to bad mouth him the courts granted me sole legal custody. But he still has twenty nine percent of their time. My ex husband has contacted people to have me killed any turns everything against me. And the boys believe what he says they only partly obey when they obey me. And my first line of discipline is sending them to bed early. The second line of discipline is with electronics and screens. I need an effective discipline to deter them from getting into arguments with me over things they. Don't need to be a part of. I was told by a psychologist with boys in the room that I can shut them down and teach them to not engage with me. And it's wrong that I don't tell them everything. Their father still has the power of control and knows how much he uses the boys to control me the boys. Tell me I'm selfish for having the majority of their time. But the truth is it would be selfish. I gave them up and disappeared for my safety. I'm the parent that isn't interested in only being their friend and letting them be in charge. The court order parenting class tells you not to talk to your children about certain things we did move over the summer, and I know it's a change, but parents should help their children, not cause more pain. But my ex husband won't stop. And he's trying to take them away. From me. It's heartbreaking that my boys. Just don't wanna be with me. Rachel you're in a very tough situation. First of all, it's your safety and your boy safety is of. Utmost importance now, it's really important that you seek out legal help to the police and your lawyer and the courts about the threats that your husband has made to your physical safety if he's made those threats towards the boys as well. And I wouldn't be surprised if he does because people that make those threats against a previous loved one can easily do them against a child as well. So that's really important, and you need some sound advice from the law and the legal system. Secondly, the fact that your boys don't wanna be with you is a result of their father, really manipulating them. And he's doing this obviously to drive them away from you. There isn't much you can do about his manipulation of the boys. The most important thing is to remain steady and constant presence in their lives. You need to keep healthy discipline.

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"twenty nine percent" Discussed on Nerdificent

Nerdificent

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"twenty nine percent" Discussed on Nerdificent

"Jane did a great job to me longer and has a different. It's not even the punisher. It's like the punisher. There's a big oak caveat. So when you watch it you're not going on Elektra punisher movie, you're like watch dolph Lundgren punisher. It's fun with the caveat. Yeah. So then after that we had the two thousand four film, the punisher starring Thomas, Jane as Frank castle, John Travolta as Howard sane who has money launder who ordered the death of castles entire family. It has a glowing twenty nine percent on rotten tomatoes. But Roger Ebert. He gave the film to star saying the punisher is so grim and cheerless. You wonder if if it's hero gets any satisfaction from his accomplishments. Now, this movie is fantastic. I really people crap on this movie. I own it on the big fan. Think Thomas Jane, really figured out who the punisher was. I liked Tom. Jane is an actor it stars at Rebecca romaine as a supporting role who's great in this and people just think of hers mystique. No, no, she's great and punisher and Ben foster is one of my favorite actors in the game. Ben foster in the last ten years getting all this critical appeal, but Ben foster is in the punisher, and he plays this crazy like touted and pierced method and he's like. Jesse pink pin? It's fantastic for real and movies. Got a great supporting cast you identify with the supporting cast in a way that you don't expect. Because when you re watch the punisher you need to have the humanity to make the character work. That's what longer didn't have because his humanity. Was that crazy rhyming guy? Whereas you've got Rebecca remain. You've got been foster you believe in what he's fighting for. And that's what makes the character. Go from men to good is there has to be an island. There has to be a perspective. You can see. So I really liked the Tom Jane one because it gave us that for the first time I've been nice, and then we had the two thousand eight the punisher war zone. Everyone else. Pretty much says is the good. Yes. A lot of people love it. Starring Ray Stevenson as punisher extracted by my friend. Lexi Alexander, who is awesome. And I feel like she. I don't know. She's a good follow on Twitter follow her. She speaks up quite a bit and really puts people in their place. And I think that she was a perfect person to do a punisher film. Also, she's she's also directed a lot of other comic book TV shows, some of the ones that I think are in the CW. So yeah. But she also does hand to hand combat which you can see her tweeting about constantly. She's amazing. This film is a reboot..

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"twenty nine percent" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"twenty nine percent" Discussed on KOMO

"Just twenty nine percent blame the Democrats but support for the border wall is climbing last year Americans oppose the wall by twenty nine points, the margin. Now just twelve point ABC's George Stephanopoulos in Indonesian officials says the cockpit voice recorder from doomed lion air flight six ten has been recovered. The latest generation seven thirty seven crashed in October divers found the recorder in some of the one hundred eighty nine people killed in the crash beneath twenty six feet of mud. A federal judge in Oakland blocked. Trump administration rules would allow more employers to opt out of providing women with no cost birth control from taking effect and thirteen states in Washington DC, congressional Republican leadership is about to do something about Steve king, the longtime Iowa Republican with a long history of racially insensitive comments. I'm having a serious conversation with congressman Steve king on his future. Enroll in this Republican party minority leader Kevin McCarthy plans to meet with king on Monday on his question kings question to the New York Times asking how the terms white nationalist and white supremacist became offense. I will not stand back as a leader of this party believing in this nation that all are created equal that that stands are continues to stand and have any role with us McCarthy on face the nation on CBS thirty five thousand Los Angeles public school teachers go on strike Monday morning. We're in a battle for the soul of public education teacher's union, boss, Alex, Caputo Pearl. Teachers rejected the district last offer on Friday. The district has hired hundreds of substitutes in order to try to keep schools. Open. A forty two inch water main broke in downtown Detroit the areas under a boil water..

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"twenty nine percent" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"twenty nine percent" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"But he shooting twenty nine percent from three. So this is a front running walkover for LeBron James. This is the equivalent of throwing another Cleveland parade. He will run a parade right through what's left of the Cleveland Cavaliers, and he can name the score. He can name his point total his assistant rebound total or the final score the game. He can just name it. He could tell you right now. I think I want to do that. And he can go do give could've prevented this. He could've been at this. He had the LeBron even at the trading LeBron so bad LeBron took him back with open arms, and what did he do skip? Lebron took him back with open arms after he accused LeBron of quitting. How can you go back to that had an affair with his emotions on LeBron? Lebron token back with open on. I do. I couldn't have done that. I don't think Shannon Sharpe could've done. Couldn't have. No matter of fact, I was only I was on your show. Remember that the news? No, I don't at the time. Lebron James is more man than I could ever be. But LeBron James, I don't know about that. I disagree with that. But go ahead, but LeBron says, I refuse to allow any man to hold my feelings hostage because I'm upset at Dan Gilbert, Dan, Gilbert, living his life. I can never get out of this bondage is longer than my feelings are being held hostage by man. So he came back to it. What did he do you hear the report Dan give one a show he can build a team without LeBron? He wants to show cable cut remember in that let us give he's saying he was going to win the title before the self anointed king. He did that work. Okay. Now, he said, oh, he do all these great things. They trying to get the number more. They're trying to get Zion Williams trying to do sure they are maybe the next to whoever the next big. Lebron James a lottery pick the union play the lottery give a lot of to one point five billion dollars. But when you got LeBron James, you say it anywhere thing because he worked more than that one point five. So remember those fans how they reacted back on December second of twenty ten turn the first time, and they were wearing t shirts that said quickness and sit a witness. Yeah witness. Yes. Wow. That was ugly. Those in one day and jerseys had been burned Afghans the night of the decision. Right. And now, I feel like the motions tonight in my humble estimation will be more wistful than vengeful because that was just pure vengeful dry. Israel is wistfulness now because I'm sure a lot of these fans deep down hoped that LeBron James would do the right thing and finish it out in his home area. The right. Lebron was doing the wrong. Home load up the truck and moved to Beverly list of Ron James and jed clampett do not belong in the same. Jay Clampitt struck it. Rich be shoot never James could've bought nine. Jed clampett and sold them. No J J shooting at a Kuna shot the bullet, remember him. He loaded up him in a grandma. I can I can. Ellie me. I can sing the whole thing. But I'm not going. You have to pay for it. The thing is is that LeBron what he's doing and sixteen and I know you said he'd go slow down. And eventually you're going to be right. If you say something long eventually you'll be right? But just not in the next two to three years, maybe the next year or so I'll give you that. But like you say Brady's gonna be gone in a year. And I said LeBron will slow down in another year two to year two years. Scale. It when you say most loyal slowdown. He's still with the Thursday fastest man in the world about that. So somebody gain on him. I mean when you run nine five eight I mean, and you're slow down to nine six nine slow down to nine seven. Oh, you gotta go all the way down the nine eight overfull somebody can beat you..

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"twenty nine percent" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"twenty nine percent" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Opioid addiction and overdose crisis every game or one hundred fifteen people in the united states die after overdosing an opioid that's larry burns with the children's hospital of michigan foundation which just announced their partnership with the jamie daniels foundation which is a foundation started by ten else jamie daniel's father and other family members in memory of jamie who died of overdose of opioids were doing this to raise awareness and raise funds to hopefully offset this crisis of opioid drug addiction and to educate people about the stigma and that it is certainly okay to talk about addiction said it is no different than other diseases it just happens to be something that for the most part people don't like to talk about what we're gonna try to change that well you aptly described it a crisis has an epidemic and there are a lot of people who ended up dying from opioid overdoses entered affects a lot of people in terms of addiction crisis is indicated by every day or one hundred fifteen people in the united states die after overdose overdosing and opioids hundred and fifteen people a day or dying twenty nine percent of patients prescribe opioids for chronic pain they misuse them an estimated four to six percent of people who misuse prescription opioids then transitioned to heroin you know jamie daniel became a victim of opioid overdoses described who he was and what happened to him jamie was the son of the detroit redwings by playbyplay personality for fox sports detroit and jamie was a student at michigan state university when he first became introduced to by some friends and his makeup let him to be addicted these so it started when he was at michigan state it continued shortly thereafter and he actually died while in rehab in florida florida's shuffle where these addicts are shuffled from one socalled rehab facility to another to collect insurance payments to just keep these people in rehab but not really facilitating a true rehabilitation is that what happened to jamie do you think it is and after jamie past his dad looked into it and work with the fbi and some other individuals to make sure that the people that were responsible for this type of florida shuffle were held accountable so they were getting he was getting the opioid drugs from that particular facility exactly the mid west saw opioid overdoses increase seventy percent from july of two thousand sixteen through september of two thousand seventeen tom jordan ww j newsradio nine fifty twelve fourteen is our time we'll come back check sports next immigration moment in america fix the problem it's called the weaken us travel ban happened here was asked to leave because i worked for president trump every day court nominee by the end socialist winning alexandria cortez be there peter struck clearly new indicate bye shooting incident we're still talking to individual newsradio nine fifty w w j now time for sports on newsradio nine fifty w w j we'll start off with some baseball the tankers will try to get back on track later this afternoon after dropping game two against.

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"twenty nine percent" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"twenty nine percent" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"One apple bowl has gotten even more bullish business insiders as morgan stanley analyst katie huber d has once again raised her price target on apple shares what's gutter so turned on its the cupertino companies services business quoting a note she wrote to clients on thursday services is fast becoming apple's primary growth driver apple revenue grew at an eight percent compound annual growth rate over the last five years driven in large part by sales of its flagship iphone but device replacement cycles extend and device installed base growth slows to single digits we believe services will pick up the growth baton and account for about sixty seven percent of apple revenue growth over the next five years huber he went onto right we estimate that in the last twelve months users have spent over forty billion dollars in the app store of which apple collects roughly thirty percent cut implying the app store generate rated slightly more than twelve billion dollars of net revenue for apple in the last twelve months up twenty nine percent yearoveryear with such great expectations uber has a positive reading on apple shares her new price target on the shares is two hundred fourteen dollars apples got a plan for growing at least one of it services give it away for free for a month of course they gave up on music away for free for three months but still apple insider says the company is trying to tempt people into going for a paid tier of i cloud storage by giving them a month of the paid tier for free customers who currently get by with the five gigabytes free offered to everyone or being offered free month long trials of fifty gigabytes two hundred gigabytes and two terabyte plans according to the report and they're hitting them at just the right moment when one goes to backup device but does not have enough room left a ni cloud.

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"twenty nine percent" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"twenty nine percent" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"One apple bowl has gotten even more bullish business insiders as morgan stanley analyst katie huber d has once again raised her price target on apple shares what's gutter so turned on its the cupertino companies services business quoting a note she wrote to clients on thursday services is fast becoming apple's primary growth driver apple revenue grew at an eight percent compound annual growth rate over the last five years driven in large part by sales of its flagship iphone but device replacement cycles extend and device installed base growth slows to single digits we believe services will pick up the growth baton and account for about sixty seven percent of apple revenue growth over the next five years huber he went onto right we estimate that in the last twelve months users have spent over forty billion dollars in the app store of which apple collects roughly thirty percent cut implying the app store generate rated slightly more than twelve billion dollars of net revenue for apple in the last twelve months up twenty nine percent yearoveryear with such great expectations uber has a positive reading on apple shares her new price target on the shares is two hundred fourteen dollars apples got a plan for growing at least one of it services give it away for free for a month of course they gave up on music away for free for three months but still apple insider says the company is trying to tempt people into going for a paid tier of i cloud storage by giving them a month of the paid tier for free customers who currently get by with the five gigabytes free offered to everyone or being offered free month long trials of fifty gigabytes two hundred gigabytes and two terabyte plans according to the report and they're hitting them at just the right moment when one goes to backup device but does not have enough room left a ni cloud.

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"twenty nine percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"twenty nine percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To two days of treading water on a mic session in asia it looks like european equities might open up pretty much flat in just over ten minutes time your stocks fifty futures treading water docs futures up by just a tenth of a percent cat forty futures flat footsie100 futures edging higher up by two tenths of a percent we saw us equities drop on friday but it looks like they could open ever so slightly higher s and p five hundred even a futures up two tenths of a percent this despite the fact that the ten year yield continues to move higher in this session after jumping thirteen basis points last week where upper basis point two point nine seven percent is where we trade will we get to three percent this week and what repercussions will that have in the rest of the markets particularly as well for the dollar the dollar had its best week last week this year today the bloomberg dollar index is fairly steady holding onto those gains dalian up two tenths of a percent one oh seven eighty three cable though is higher by two tenths of a percent or we could dollar there against the pound one forty twenty four is where we trade and when it comes to the euro we've been pretty much treading water we are off by just one tenth of a percent one twenty two seventy three is where we are on euro dollar and then finally taking a look at the commodity markets some softness in oil after that recount data wti sixty eight twenty five dollars a barrel down two tenths of a percent brent crude off by a tenth of a percent seventythree spot ninetyeight those gains in commodities was one of the reasons we saw the ten year yield move higher as inflation expectations rose copper up by five tenths of a percent along with other industrial metals that's a bloomberg business flash here's leon guarantee with more on what's going on around the world thank you name public support for japanese prime minister shinzo are has fallen into a new survey by tv network an puts arby's approval rate at twenty nine percent that's.

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"twenty nine percent" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"twenty nine percent" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Of the freeway your next update at ten fifty eight on the traffic leader kcbs six day forecast now from kpi x five's neta iran poor guy good morning so we are looking at a pretty nice day out there it's going to be pretty warm especially if you're inland afternoon highs in the inland areas low eighties so that's about ten to fifteen degrees above average ten degrees warmer than yesterday and if you're around the bay temperatures in the mid seventies today low to upper sixties rather along the coast and we're looking at a few high clouds out there but other than that a lot of that expected to burn off bring mostly sunny skies but tomorrow cloudy start to the day and we could see some light rain drops through the north bay tomorrow and it could spread to the south bay it's going to be very minimal this is a very small system coming from the north to us and then wednesday afternoon into thursday that's when we could see another system arriving and that could bring us anywhere from ten to quarter of an inch of rain we will also see our temperatures drop so today we'll be the warmest day of the week we're going to go into the sixties by wednesday thursday as that next system comes in which also means the low elevation snow fall we could see snow around thirty five hundred feet elevation and then friday saturday we're looking at sunny skies again all right thanks a lot right now temperatures around the bay it is sixty one degrees in san francisco sixty two in livermore and conquered now oakland san jose mountain view and hayward are all sixty it's sixty four in redwood city fifty four and san rafael fifty six degrees in santa rosa traffic and weather together on the eighth on all news one zero six nine and am seven forty kcbs kcbs news time ten fifty so who caused the bay area's housing shortage that was the major question in a poll conducted by a silicon valley group kcbs scotla terry has the details coral gardena was president and ceo of the silicon valley leadership group between twenty ten and twenty six team in our region we added twenty nine percent more jobs.

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"twenty nine percent" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"twenty nine percent" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"And i hope everyone does you write that twenty nine percent of all line of duty deaths of police officers nationally occur on mental illness related calls which is a staggering number to me and i had no idea that was the case but it sounds like dj and we're talk doc with dj jaffe it sounds like if we did a better job tackling the mental health aspect of the of society and did a better job treating the seriously mentally ill even if that meant compulsory treatment we'd have fewer dead cops absolutely and i have an oped today in national review i've everett many from an institute which is doing a terrific job on this saying that police have to start standing up to the mental health officials if i go to a mental health conference they and ask what's needed they talk about stigma and public education and peer support and solutions that are irrelevant to helping the most seriously mentally ill when i go to a police conference i say well we need more hospital beds we gotta make it easier to get in we have to change civil commitment and we have to ensure that people are treated when they get out and they need housing the police have a much better handle on how to reduce violence arrest homelessness incarceration suicide then mental health experts so my op ed in today's national review says police should start standing up to mental health officials rather than being the whipping boy would i guess to this that governors mayors.

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"twenty nine percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"twenty nine percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Seven two now i have my own suspicion here if you look at the biggest audiences for the show and i pulled these numbers the other night it was in tulsa oklahoma cincinnati ohio kansas city missouri where twenty nine percent twenty nine percent of the city tuned into roseanne now why is that and then there was chicago pittsburgh pennsylvania these are the highest markets for the show clearly and people are well it's the trump effect it's well that's a piece of it it's not the whole thing i do think people like the idea that at least trump supporters they're thereby i mean middle america were being acknowledged it doesn't mean everybody's a trump supporter doesn't mean roseanne is some trumpian hero or superhero she's not and the show i would argue is not a conservative show by any stretch it's a complex character driven chill and even those who tuned in we'll know it was there was a surrogacy plot but one of her daughter's won't wants to be a surrogate there was a cross dressing grandson she was dealing with she and her husband are trading you know their prescription drugs across the table he's boozing it up out in the garage i mean this is not you know the waltons mountain it was not an ideal family it's a reflection of the conflicted i think families that we see in america people trying to make ends meet good people people with foibles people with mistakes people with challenges and that i believe that accurate reflection not just the political layer which only if the truth be known was only evident in the first episode second episode didn't have any of that at all now we hear reports that the president cold roseanne to congratulate her on the ratings and apparently he told her well i'll read this you are known him for many years zan bar said we should get this audio it's on abc's she went on we have the rest of the audio she went on and said i i've known him for many years and he's done a lot of nice things for me over the years and it was just a friendly conversation about working in television ratings he really understands ratings and how they measure things and that's kind of been an interest of mine too and.

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"twenty nine percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"twenty nine percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"To four flight attendants yeah i wanna see the cocktail carts to lavatories to potties you have to have to what if the pilots in there and he's really dropping the deuce you know you need you need you need to knows temperature would be three hundred seven degrees fahrenheit i would not want to be the ones that test that so very cool supersonic let's get to the next city there's a large study telling us to avoid swimming in rocha study out of university of exeter trying to people swim in the ocean have a higher risk contracting ear ailments and gi distress then non see baiters this largescale meta steady hypothesis pollution is a major factor in increasing swimmer susceptibility to get sick they looked at nineteenth studies totally over one hundred twenty thousand people from hiking countries including the us uk australia new zealand and they found that people that swam and seawater or he water had twice a chance of developing ear issues and ear infections and twenty nine percent higher chance of developing gi when compared to those who are not exposed to see what's because years ago that everybody potties of the ocean and so you're only getting that stuff in your mouth and i know there's high salt content but still so a lot of people like to be in the sea they think seawater and sea salt does you good but people are getting diarrhea stomach aches and maybe it's the pollution i think it's all the poop in motion animal poop so kind in january a team reported that regular surfers and coastal waters off the uk were three times more likely to have antibiotic resistant strain of e coli bacteria and that's the non surfers the city hypothesis at the surfers who has a group are known to swell large seawater the regular swimmers were regularly coming into contact with antibiotic resistant bacteria from a variety of runoff sources including farm crops treated with manure and sewage we have got to stop drinking ocean water so.

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"twenty nine percent" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"twenty nine percent" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"To be between seven and twenty nine percent in addition of raking a socalled glass ceiling hillary clinton's election meant barack obama's legacy was safe president hillary would keep our promise to protect it yes the morning in november eight one year ago was a good one for liberal democrats on the eib evening of november eight one year ago there was an air of happy confidence throughout the drive by media as the polls began to close it was obvious the stories were already written the coverage had been mapped out in advance media liberals were thrill their unrelenting pounding of donald trump was about to pay off some publishing republicans were also give you the never trumpers their hatred of the outsider would be vindicated and even if it meant an election loss their hold on the party would remain intact at two forty a m the morning and remember ninth one year ago it was all over the giddiness collapsed into waves of despondency tears glue women anger a year or two later the fury remains the rest of the country however was celebrating a year later we still are thank you russians so i add lived at at the end of that update take you russians and i ask the steadily think we should pull that out before it airs all no no no you can't leave that in you got a huge tweet comes twickeham leave it in so we left to them thank you russians and now a summit between trump and putin to determine if there's going to be cheating again that putin make it less obvious as a summit example we just love twickenham i just do i know and i know that even though they're not going to react to it they're going to see it going to hear about it and they're just come a few because they can't i mean this is one of their sacred i mean this will be lat this measleslike laughing at one of the one of twelve disciples no making fun of what euro you did you don't make fun of the trump russian collusion leads us to series because they're got everything they know hang him on that so i just i just love ramming it down there all subscribe to america's number one political newsletter and yet the.

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"twenty nine percent" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC

CNN's The Daily DC

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"twenty nine percent" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC

"By more than 2to1 republicans truth president trump to handle the major issues facing the country over republicans in congress sixty three percent of republicans say president trump should be the one to handle the major issues facing the country they trust him more to do so only twenty nine percent of republicans say that republicans in congress are more trusted should be the more trusted to handle the majors twenty nine percent of their fellow republicans that the vote of confidence that mcconnell and ryan hansa win that you see their tepid responses to flake into corcoran they want to dismiss it is twitter fighter uh you know just tried a sweep past it's because they understand that they are not in the same place as their voters the or as the voters who sent their members to the congress and they are keenly aware of these numbers and they fully explain why were getting the responses we are from them these ease weird the republican party is donald trump ease reshaping it in he's image and the fallout from that well tune in to november 2018 will see a tune in to 2020 we don't know yet but will we do know is he is succeeding in remaking the party in his image that does it for this edition of the daily dc thank you so much for listening hope you'll tune in again right here tomorrow hey before you go we wanted to let you know that we just launched the ability for anyone to advertise on cnn podcast you're just a few quick away from reaching millions of people in a way that you never have before advertise were a business event or kickoff and awareness campaign for your brand start today at pure winning dot com slash cnn integrating podcast into your marketing mix has never been easier will even tell you how to save fifteen percent on your cnn campaigns for the rest of 2017 go to pure winning dot com slash cnn to get started.

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"twenty nine percent" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"twenty nine percent" Discussed on WJR 760

"Can use their system right yeah so what would i you is the whole financial industry once over one so sensitized and so brainwashed worry about their credit score though do anything if they can i think this have goes along with that because the people that drive the credit scores are still the credit card companies because they're the major users they're the ones that by nine point out the new software from the three from fico which is serving the credit with the credit bureaus which is still serving the whole credited industry they're not their concern is to make sure people are brainwashed in a note thinking that they have to make that monthly payment every time the credit card companies are shirt of getting their money and their twenty nine percent interest so deleting public record like tech lane and deleting judgment doesn't really hurt up here's where the scepticism comes in there the offer a million different report to their quiet so if you're a mortgage writer you can still obtain a credit score credit report that includes all of that data so that those still to creditor who wants to know about that information will still be able to gain that information and make they're on credit choices either website though you're the consumer out there is good thank hey great now i don't have to worry about my tech claims that i don't have to worry about that judgment from five years ago so i'll make sure i make all my credit card payments on time and everything else could now i have a six ninety credit score seven twenty credit score and they're gonna hit it's gonna it's a faroff with it's a false vote emmett auto skeptical vienna because when you talk about the route when when when you talk about the retired person who doesn't have enough money to pay their rent make their rent paid their rent payment uh put food on their table uh maybe into whatever transportation navy dinner prescription and they're still playing their.

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