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"united states labor department" Discussed on WRVA
"And change. You need to be able to stay with it. Political science politics. How this is the United States. Government is fashioned. You can't just Stop learning ethics is certainly the case. Those fundamental values say the same. They don't shift. They're not relative. But the situations change And you have to be able to identify those core values that are so critically important. It'll going to guide all of us, and I just remember it so clearly where all these teachers and professors would say, You know, this is a life. Long. Educational journey. You don't just step out here, get a diploma, and that's it. You just go dumb. And you stop reading. You Stop researching you. Stop thinking And now, from now on, you're just going to be told what to think. I realized how important that concept is. And it's so great when I get calls from my listeners who are in that same situation, and they're thinking all the time. They're evolving. Nothing static. We're in a culture that is, brother. You think about 20 years ago who had a cell phone 20 years ago. Actually pay phones You carry change around so that you could make a call on a pay phone. I mean, it seems so quaint now. Just extraordinarily different. The world is shifted. And with technology has come a whole different perception of how the economy works. But what hasn't changed? I'll tell you what has not changed and this is the conversation I'm having with people and I have had for 25 years, and that is In retirement. They want stability. They want and need that stability, especially when it comes to money. You know, they're looking at This extraordinarily volatile stock market where it's up four and 5 600 points and Paul and it's so exciting. This's great. We're recovering and you know this is going to be Dynamite, and then all of a sudden, it's down. 300 then down 500. It's like Oh, wait a minute. It's a correction. Always going to come back. It's going to go down going to come back. A lot of economists are saying this is going to be a deep correction, and if it's a deep correction You better have the time on your side toe hang in there. And many people do. Many people do and that's great. That's fine. For the folks that are calling me you're saying, Look, I'm at the short end of this. I'm going to be looking at a couple of years down the road and I'm going to be retiring. If this market really does take a major correction. Because the American economy stalls because we go into a second wave with Corona virus. And why would we go into a second? Phase of Corona virus Well, Millions of kids are going back to school. Millions of kids are going back to college. And we're all going inside the outside, where it's more difficult to transmit this because of nice weather. We're all outside. We're all going inside's getting colder. Flu season is going to show up. It's going to coincide with that. They don't know how this is going to play out that the bottom line is There's again we're back to the reality of having the stock market linked realistically to the actual economy, and that's where people are coming to me and saying Look You've been talking about indexing to the market, but only on the upside so that if the market does, in fact have a major correction in the next three months or six months or a year. I'm protected. And yet I can still look at lifetime income streams. That are going to be protected. Can we do that? Yes. Yes, we can. As a matter of fact, as I mentioned last week. This is something That even the Labor Department, the United States Labor Department. Has been focusing in on For the last few years, and that is all of these 401 case in IRAs in an upmarket and people contributing and companies contributing, you know, they've been growing nicely with the problem comes in. People have no earthly idea. No realistic planning. Cruel. To know how that translates out into an income for retirement. If somebody has 200,000 in there, IRA or for a one K or 1,000,000 What does that mean? In terms of a lifetime income. People need to know. And so the Labor Department is actually promulgating rules right now, At least they're having public debate about it, asking administrators to give the participants a realistic projection off what they're Lifetime income would be it's certain ages. The problem there is it's on ly a projection and it's only a guess. As the administrators were quick to say and tell the Labor Department look will be happy to do that. We can do that, but we're just basing on projections. We really don't have any thing that's guaranteed on. What we're gonna do is we're gonna look out for the last 10 years of the stock market. Then you know a Let's take a look at that. Well if the stock market's been Jim Dandy for the last 10 years Which it has What's that got to do with the next 10 years and not have anything to do with the next 10 years? And that's the problem. That's that instability. That's that guesswork, and people got caught up in that in 2000 recession in 2008 recession and now we're 12 years down the road and we're seeing instability in the markets. In which is flashing red for many people that are coming to me, and they're going, OK, I'm going to move part of my 401 k or all of my 401 k. I get variations on it. You know, I have a gentleman the other day that said, I would like to move. 40% of my IRA. I don't know how he came up with 40% Don't make any difference. That was his comfort zone. So we're going to move 40% over in which we're gonna guarantee certain things we're goingto protect on the bottom side of the market just completely collapses and you know, I think about him today. I'm sitting here looking at the stock market as I'm doing the show, and it's down 450 points Now they make fully recover by the end of the day. But the bottom line is I know that send shivers down his spine, and that's exactly what I want to avoid. I don't want my clients bring in their hands and worrying about their money evaporating because of something they have no control over. That's exactly why I've been doing indexed accounts for 25 years. It in fact, protects the money. It just does. There's a contract there. There's a financial institution has stepped in and said Look, if the market goes up, we're gonna lock in index gains along the way. It could be once a year could be every two years could be every three years. Regardless, it doesn't make any difference. We have choices there. We can pick whatever we want, but it really makes no difference online care about is we're gonna lock in gains along the way. But when the market and in this situation is not if it's when The market makes this major correction. I'm protected. Especially in retirement. That's where the Department of Labor can only go so far, and they're asking folks that are the administrators of these 401 case and IRAs to give people a reasonable set. Of income valuations, but they realize they're just guesses. They realize they're just based on past performance, and there's no way they could guarantee anything in the future. And it's it does give people a starting point, and I'm a big believer in that..
"united states labor department" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Of cases in LA county to twelve hundred and sixteen these cases include forty one cases reported by our partners in the city of Long Beach and nine cases reported by the city of Pasadena Ferrer says as of yesterday more than nine thousand people have been tested she says the numbers of cases will continue to jump as more testing comes online Steve Gregory KFI news health officials in riverside county are urging people to follow physical distancing and other guidelines to keep the corona virus from spreading riverside county has one hundred seven coronavirus cases and eight deaths Dr Geoff Lee young this is modeling shows the doubling rate for the virus is likely four to five days if the doubling rate continues at its current pace then then we do believe we will be out of hospital beds and intensive care unit beds somewhere between April twelfth and April twenty first he also says that the doubling rate continues they could be out of that a later soon after that and there could be fifty thousand cases in the county by the beginning of may a doctor in garden Grove has been offering a ten minute rapid test to detect the corona virus the test popular in South Korea looks for anybody's built up in the body to fight off the virus make a little **** on the finger at the tip of anything and we put that drop of blood in the cartridge Dr Michael dell says he's offered the results free for people who still have to work police officer holster worker Amazon delivery gas stations or supermarkets now says he's already out of task but thousands more expected any day the FDA says it's allowing the test provided patients are told it's not FDA approved and that a negative result does not necessarily mean a person is covert nineteen free in Orange County court in Carson Calif I need the number of containers being shipped through the port of LA has dropped during the corona virus pandemic port executive director Jeanette Soroka says shippers are only pushing through about eighty percent of the normal cargo volume and with all of us either working or sheltered at home we're not buying as much as we normally do and therefore we believe if the retail community will be very conservative in their ordering and traffic will continue to be light by our standards he says accommodations have been made for the U. S. naval hospital ship mercy which is expected to dock tomorrow Soroka says the presence of the ship should not impact dock operations unemployment claims have surged in California employment development department spokeswoman Laurie levy says the number of new claims is historic last week the week ending the twenty first CD process around a hundred and eighty seven thousand the unemployment insurance claims that the up three hundred and sixty three percent from the same week a year ago she says her agency is staffed UP and Assam recent retirees to come back to work to help process the applications she says the average claim is paid out within three weeks the United States labor department has recorded the highest ever number of weekly unemployment applications Erin to Turkey says nearly three point three million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week it's as if everyone in the entire city of Chicago suddenly lost their job and these three point three million are people who were successful at filing claims systems in a number of states have crashed and there may be many more Americans who have wanted to file but couldn't the previous weekly record for U. S. unemployment claims was set in nineteen eighty two last week's total is more than four times larger than that just before the pandemic the U. S. unemployment rate was at a fifty year low of three point five percent for up to the minute information on the corona virus you can check out our website KFI am six forty dot com the key word is virus.
"united states labor department" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Give a one time payment of twelve hundred dollars to individuals made less than seventy five thousand dollars in twenty nineteen couples that made less a hundred less than a hundred fifty thousand would get twenty four hundred heads of household can get an extra five hundred dollars per child the treasury will wire the money rather than sending a check for anyone who's used direct deposit with the IRS no special sign up is required for anyone who's been working and paying taxes since twenty eighteen this also includes people on social security who don't make enough money to file tax returns up to the minute info on the corona virus you can go to our website KFI am six forty dot com keyword virus United States labor department is recorded the highest ever number of weekly unemployment applications and returns case has nearly three point three million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week it's as if everyone in the entire city of Chicago suddenly lost their job and these three point three million are people who were successful at filing claims systems in a number of states have crashed and there may be many more Americans who have wanted to file but couldn't previous weekly record for U. S. unemployment claims was set in nineteen eighty two last week's totals more than four times larger than that just before the pandemic the U. S. unemployment rate was at a fifty year low three point five percent your hands up at the disco in YMCA by the village people is being inducted into the national recording registry is one of twenty five recordings to get the honor this year Dr J's debut rap album the chronic Tina Turner's padded dans and Whitney Houston's cover of Dolly Parton I will always love you are some of the other musical pieces getting the preservation treatment check on the crash.
"united states labor department" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Radio out just waiting on the house I'm Jennifer Jones Lee live from the KFI twenty from our newsroom the Senate's agreed to spend two point two trillion dollars to help the economy through the corona virus pandemic the house is expected to pass the bill tomorrow includes cash payments for most Americans and hundreds of billions of dollars to help small businesses make pay roll for months senator Bernie Sanders voted yes many of the gig workers people with drugs because many of the waitresses and waiters who make solvation minimum wages many so called independent contractors they will be eligible for the extended unemployment benefit that is exactly the right thing Sanders says he expects this relief bill won't be the last of the pandemic Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has dismissed senators to return to their states tentatively up until April twentieth that's contrary to pray for one another for all of our families and for our country the bill also includes loans for big businesses like airlines and extra money for hospitals and that scene research it also boosts the food stamps program it would also increase weekly unemployment payments by six hundred dollars for comparison during the Great Recession unemployment checks increased by twenty five dollars a week United States labor department has recorded the highest ever number of weekly unemployment applications Erica Turkey says nearly three point three million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week it's as if everyone in the entire city of Chicago suddenly lost their job and these three point three million are people who are successful but filing claims systems in a number of states have crashed and there may be many more Americans who have wanted to file but couldn't the previous weekly record for U. S. unemployment claims was that nineteen eighty two last week's total is more than four times larger than that just before the pandemic the U. S. unemployment rate was at a fifty year low of three point five percent within two hundred corona virus related deaths have been reported in the U. S. in the past day it's the country's deadliest so far since the first U. S. death was reported a month ago the U. S. has more than sixty nine thousand confirms coronavirus cases of which more than a thousand have been fatal worldwide the coded nineteen has infected more than four hundred eighty seven thousand people and killed more than twenty two thousand the number of coronavirus cases in California has increased by more than a thousand since Monday to more than twenty five hundred the total number of reported deaths in California has nearly doubled so far this week from twenty seven to thirty six I'm sorry from twenty seven to fifty three about half the states reported deaths are in so cal including thirteen in LA county eight in riverside county to each inseminate Dino county and San Diego counties and each one for Ventura county and see now where the thirteen people have died in LA county the coronavirus total number of cases is up to seven hundred ninety nine the three latest deaths were people over sixty five years old and had underlying medical conditions one percent of people LA county who have been diagnosed as positive with covert nineteen I have in fact passed away can only help director Dr Barbara Ferrer says there are at least forty four people being treated for covert nineteen in hospitals she backed off including the death of a seventeen year old boy from Lancaster because the CDC's now researching to see if the boy may have died from something else even though the team had tested positive for covered nineteen Steve Gregory KFI news health officials in Orange County say it's too soon to say how many people who've already had the corona virus might be immune people who are sick as far back as December may have had the corona virus and may now be immune when you get exposed to a virus your immune system makes certain molecules to fight that off OC health officer Dr Nicole quick says a lot of coronavirus antibody tests have been submitted for FDA approval there is a desire and a push to be able to look back and see what percent of our population may have some immunity to this but many who have had the virus may not know they had it for sure and it's also not yet known for sure if people who've been infected are immune from catching the virus again in Santa Ana Corbin Carson KFI news and Long Beach has more than forty confirmed cases of the corona virus including eight firefighters the Long Beach fire chief hobby year Espino says people don't have to be afraid to call nine one one if they need help I want to reassure you that the Long Beach fire department is continuing to take extensive precautions to safeguard fellow first responders as well as the public with whom we interact defier chief says the eight firefighters apparently contracted the virus while on duty he says health officials are investigating and working to make sure risk is minimized for other first responders for the latest on the corona virus you can check out our website KFI am six forty dot com keyword virus we've got a car fire on the four oh five could be in seal beach on the four oh five south.
"united states labor department" Discussed on Pop Fashion
"Karn. How are you good right before we started recording? You said something brilliant and I would like for you to repeat that quote because it could become a mantra to others. Yeah write it down. If you're driving your car I said so. That's a disaster faster but I'm enjoying it. You guys with all twenty nine hundred eighteen. So that's a disaster but I'm enjoying it. I mean it can be. It can be applied to any situation like you've left a tissue when your laundry. Maybe not that that just happened to me yesterday. Housing it but like for me it it it applies to a situation where the man Because it's important to. Let's see what's in front of you you know. Let's not let's not mince words well. Part of this is calling a spade a spade like it's a disaster but let's just roll with this thing thing for awhile. Yeah call disaster disaster but it could apply to anything it could be like you burn the pancakes. It could be like you invited people over for or like a brunch and it goes bad. Oh you invited people over and then you just WanNa go to bad like that's also just bad. That's not something that see. It's it's it's tough to. It's tough to make sense of this. You just have to recognize it when it is applicable and it will be and the next two weeks. I bet our listeners have a situation where they're like so that was a disaster when you have one put it on twitter tag and use Hashtag. That's a disaster. The influence her for the first time in my life at just pop fashion. Oh yeah that is our. That's our twitter meter. So yeah because maybe we'll get through through the end of two thousand nineteen together folks. This is about building community. We're just trying to get through and survive and but I really. I gotTa tell you guys if I don't buy a twenty twenty planner like very soon. I'M GONNA lose my mind. I keep flipping into my planner to like write things down and there are no pages to put in that twenty twenty. It's coming fast. Yo Calendar Year abruptly cut off at the end. It's like the finale of the Sopranos. There is no topping that. Let's just go to fashion news. Let's move on tells the story First Story Prada Oughta Laurie. AL signed a deal. Oh Yeah like the Devil Wears Prada signed a deal with Laurie how they made a deal regarding a long-term term beauty licence. And it's about money honey. As estimated that product fragrances generate one hundred million euros annually. Dan Yuli this deal. Goes into effect. January twenty twenty one so we have to wait just a little bit for it a quote by the CEO of product. Sad Eh quote. Laurie Al is the leading global beauty company. Its position at experience makes it the ideal partner for Prada to develop its potential across a variety. Heidi of new projects so lori was to delve deeper into designer fragrances. They currently have deals with Valentino. And Giorgio Armani the Laurie outlooks division. which kind of takes ownership over this fragrance and this designer project they were up eighteen point four percent last quarter order? They are doing well and this category where Laurie allies in one corner. And Cody is in the other. They're going head to head for like the biggest names named the best products they're running after those revenues cody got ahead and twenty sixteen when it acquired luxury perfume licenses from procter and gamble. I'll try to catch up sense than so signing this deal is huge for them. Surprise me that they went in this direction. Though what do do you think about it. Lisa Fragrance licensing is truly. where the money is I think if I could go back in time getting a little time machine go back to college? I would want go into perfume. I don't think there's like a major for that but like it would be mysteriously. Chemistry would probably be the way to go terrible at math so that would be bad but there is something about fragrance that is a real asset to a beauty company because it is timeless like beauty trends will come and go. Oh but there's always going to be a desire for fragrance does is for fragrance to like elevate your aesthetic whether you want to got like a rollerball because you're maybe like younger. WanNa save some money or you WanNa give a gift or you want to splurge on something like there's there's just something about fragrance earns that is always so attractive in terms of just like sheer consumerism. Yeah 'cause everyday luxury right yes I mean like I have one nice bottle perfume I put it on whenever I leave the House and people know me for that sent sent as a signature. Yeah and that's how I lower in the men who are disasters. All ties together works every time disaster perfume by product. You guys can take that market that and Yeah No. I think this is a really smart move for Laura Media Michio property to have fragrance before this under another conglomerates merits that their fragrance for years and years so they basically just like switch teams but I think Lori was doing so well that I think they're going to be bolster by this. I think is a good deal for both sides. Yeah that's all right keep it fresh. Keep it moving man. Tell you love being around somebody. That smells good. It's just just a delight it's like exponentially better than being around someone who doesn't smart it. I hear smells amazing and maybe one day Ed will be close enough to find that out for myself. I doubt it but somebody can dream. That's a really good dream. Hold onto that one. How will lil? I'm speaking it into existence. Don't give up on that one. You never know when you might run into reread. I have no good way to transition into in this next story but it's a big investigative report that recently came out from the New York Times and it's about Fashion Novo who we talked about last last week last week. Yeah we were talking about. How quickly fashioned Nova makes clothing and how so often they are making dupes of celebrity? Looks is or something that's very trendy and that's how they has sort of one. Fashion game is that they are on top of every trend and they get stuff out on the shelves super-quick crack and the way that they can do that is because a lot of their clothing is made in Los Angeles at one point eighty percent of the company's items were made the US now it's a little bit closer to fifty percent but according to the New York Times the Company's workforce in the US may include people who are paid illegally really low wages. The United States Labor Department's wage in our division has discovered that between two thousand sixteen and now fashion Nova clothing was made in dozens of factories that owed three point eight million dollars in back wages to hundreds of workers cheese. Those factories who are hired hired by middlemen to make garments for brands paid their sewers as little as two seventy seven an hour according to a source familiar with the investigations. Let's so fashion Nova does not deal directly with factories instead. It places book orders with companies that design the clothes and then ship the fabric to to contractors where workers stitch the clothing together and then then they put fashion Novas label on them. The Labor Department has apparently met with Fashion Nova about this in a statement to the New York. Times and attorney for the company said any suggestion that Fashion Nova is responsible for underpaying. Anyone working on our brand is categorically false. One woman who said she sewed Fashion Nova items at a factory. Called Coco Love in Twenty fifteen worked in a building that apparently smelled like a bathroom. And there were cockroaches and rats. He worked every single day of the week and earned an average of two hundred seventy dollars per week. Oh my God that is the equivalent of four dollars and sixty six cents per hour under federal law. Brands cannot be penalized for wage theft in factories. If they can credibly claim that they did not know their clothes were made by workers getting paid illegally. Low wages this is why their supply chain so convoluted because they want it to be convoluted exactly. The Labor Department has collected millions and back wages than penalties ladies from Los Angeles garment businesses in recent years. But it has not find a retailer this year. Fashion Novas labels were the ones found most frequently late by federal investigators looking in garment factories that pay egregiously low wages and that again is according to a person who's familiar with these investigations so the Labor Department did not come out and release all of this data. The New York Times somehow got a hold of it and was able to look through it and then do their own research which on this they also talked to some people who have worked in these factories in La have been paid really. Low wages have worked under very concerning in conditions and one of the things that they brought up. Is that even if a factory got shut down for these practices. It's very easy for another one to spring under a new name and be doing the same thing So it's sort of like playing like whack a mole in this district in Los Angeles where it's sort of like everybody. Everybody knows everyone. And if you WANNA job you've got to be able to keep up you know like you have to. You have to stick around that area if you live in L. A.. And you WANNA work in fashion passion production or if you just need a freaking job right if you just need some money in exchange for some work except it's going to be shipped on a work and it's going to be paid shed shit because the system is fucked up. Yeah I just you know we think that like if a has a made in America label on it that it's safe that everything is fine. There's just not that way. That's not the reality of it is happening right under our noses. I'm so thankful that this report by The New York Times came out a number of people message. Assist us about it today so I'm glad that people are finding it and taking it seriously and that it was something that they took time to report on. Yeah I have a feeling. We'll be continuing to follow the situation. So keep an eye out on that we will too but you know it was one of those things where I found this like first thing in the morning when I was going through my news feeds and I was like Falker. We really starting the week like this. And yes we are. Yes Ma'am Oh yes we our next story. Hey let's go to a place a storyline that I like to Call C. E. O.'s getting canned because folks. A lot of people got fired this past week. The Sea in CEO stands for canned canned e. Oh that's what it is and executive officers the funniest thing I've come up with and of course those comes with a little side side note that of course the companies aren't saying that these people were fired but you draw your own conclusions. Okay Kate Spade. CEO was let go. Your Caseload is owned by a conglomerate call tapestry tapestry announced last week that CEO..
"united states labor department" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Some we're talking about Representative Hank Johnson from Georgia trying to compare the president of the United States to Adolf Hitler. And the times in which we live to say, for instance, great depression, or nineteen twenty nine stock market crash era. Germany, well fact of the matter is the times in which we live are nothing like that especially economic and especially with regard to the United States Labor Department bureau of labor statistics this week today. As a matter of fact, saying that this economy added an impressive three hundred twelve thousand jobs in December. And they're that growth folks, it looks like it's gonna continue three hundred twelve thousand jobs, historically, low unemployment three point nine percent and the total number of Americans working. One hundred fifty six million nine hundred forty five thousand folks that's up that's up in two years. Four point eight million people labor participation rate. Well, under Mr. Trump, it's reaching record numbers as you can hear. So what's the comparison to nineteen twenty nine Germany and this? I don't think there is a comparison this gentleman got caught in making comparisons to Adolf Hitler on the part of Donald Trump and ended up having to walk those comments back even after he tried to double down on them. And then changing his explanation saying that he was trying to draw comparisons, economically speaking to the times that Germany faced and the freedoms that they eventually lost. How does that comport with what's going on today? I'm not gonna make argument forum. Let's just say it that way eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five back to the phone lines. We go let's say Hello to KC. And Saint Clair shores wants to talk about related to Labe. Casey. Thanks for calling. Good evening. And I gotta stop using all the democratic liberal actual real numbers. You know, math is not their strong. Oh, okay. And you know, what that are being? So just remember that feeling because on the numbers add up. It's not right. That's. It just it's a long history of it. Oy, politics and really stupid statement when you want. Thank you. I beckon back to the days of Coleman. Young calling. Ronald Reagan old pro say right after he got elected, and that's like you expect now federal money gumming Reagan when a good memory, just like, Trump, bad and cro-magnon was very virtuous buying at cougar ran during the height of apartheid. So yes. Trusted with anything. He said, well, the old do is is the old do as I say, not as I do rubric would seem to apply. Casey. Thanks a lot for your call. I'm gonna try to squeeze one more in here before we hit the brake Matthews in Harper woods, Matthew. What about the Democrats? Two days ago right called in and said it how I had such a route experience representing brenda's. Well today, I wrote a letter that their staff called and apologized. I wanted to kind of do a follow up. And and you know, it's not that they have to agree. But I will say I did you know, they were very apologetic. Maybe they heard you on the John McCullough show, or you know, I wrote a letter to the editor. But the thing I was going to say, I told her I said, you know, I know you guys really want to teach several, but I said you really need to talk to that Representative. So I would encourage everyone out there to call your Representative. And you know, I think he did, you know, she it'd be great. If she apologized, but at least tell them, you know, what you think about that kind of rhetoric coming from Detroit because it makes a difference when they gave her an absolutely Matthew. Congratulations on the kind of offense. But again, I wanna say represented Brenda Lawrence apologize, and she is going to be responsive. So I just wanna make sure make you got. Thank you Matthew for showing folks, how engagement is supposed to work back after this..
"united states labor department" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"This is the BBC news. Hello. I'm Jonathan is odd. The United States is announced its reimposing the remaining sanctions on Iran that were lifted onto the landmark twenty-fifty nuclear deal, but officials said they would grant temporary waivers to eight countries that would allow them to continue importing Iranian oil from Washington. His Barbara play tasha. These are the sanctions on Iran's energy, shipbuilding shipping and banking sectors. The aim said the secretary of state Mike Pompeo is to deprive Iran of revenue so that it can't fund terrorists and regional proxies. And to force it back to the table for a new agreement that also restricts this kind of behavior not just its nuclear program. The Americans are acting on their own here because most of the rest of the world wants to preserve the Iran nuclear deal. The Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said they were determined to aggressively enforce the sanctions, but they will have to balance that with the need to maintain relations with allies and to keep the oil market stable, the United States and Turkey have lifted. Sanctions on each. Other's officials two weeks off to Ankara released in an American pasta held on terrorism related charges. The move follows a conversation between President Trump and his Turkish counterpart regualr time Edwin who reportedly discussed improving relations, the US had imposed sanctions on Turkey's Justice and interior ministers in August over the case of the pasta and Turkey promptly matched. This. A senior Turkish official says he believes the body of the journalists Jamaca Xiaojie was dissolved in acid after he was murdered in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul a month ago, the Saudis who have blamed the murder on unauthorized state agents haven't been clear about what was done with the body. In a message to a memorial service in Washington. His fiancee at TJ Jenga's urged President Trump to press Saudi Arabia over the whereabouts of his body. She said Mr. Hushovd is loved ones haven't been able to grieve properly. I would like to say to Jamal's influential friends, that's even though a month has passed since Jamal's merger. His body has still not been given to his loved ones and his funeral prayer has still not taken place. This is the smallest thing that's one can do after a loved one has passed in the religion of Islam, and we still haven't been able to do that a Muslim cleric Moulana semi or hawk known as the father of the Taliban has been killed in the Pakistani city of role. Pindi the eight year old was stabbed to death inside his home by an unknown assailant from Islam about his Pakistan, correspondent Secunda Kamani students of Samuel hooks Madressa included, the founder of the Taliban Mullah, Omar and its current deputy leader Siraj in her Connie, he also, however headed his own political party and had previously served as a Senator of gun officials had recently Astafei's help in convincing the bond to begin peace negotiations his death. Comes at this time of turmoil in Buxton with angry protests in a number of cities in reaction to the equivalent of a Christian woman sentenced to death on blasphemy charges. World news from the BBC new figures from the United States Labor Department show strong increases in pay have ridge hourly earnings last month were three point one percent higher than a year earlier the strongest increase since the financial crisis. Andrew Walker reports the labor market in the United States continues to form strongly job creation was robust last month. And the unemployment rate stayed at a level that is as low as it has been for almost half a century one aspect of the US economic recovery after the financial crisis that has been seen as disappointing. So far has been increases in pay in the new figures, however, earnings growth, accelerated, the timing of the news is lucky to be politically helpful for President Trump and his Republican party has they seek to retain control of congress in elections next week. Seven people have been killed in Egypt by gunmen who had been fire on a bus carrying a group of Coptic. Christians the President Abdel Fattah El Sisi has paid tribute to the dead and promised to continue the fight against terrorism. It's not yet clear who carried out the attack the medical charity Medecins sans. Frontiers says violence between armed groups in the Central African Republic has forced more than ten thousand people to seek refuge at a hospital. MSF said the clashes on Wednesday in Batangafo led to three camps for displaced people being set on fire as well as homes and the market attends Indian opposition leader Zito Kabwe has been charged with sedition and inciting hatred after he said more than one hundred people that died in clashes between security forces in Hudson. The police said a total of four people had died. Mr. Conway pleaded not guilty and was released on bail a towering figure in the Hong Kong film industry. Raymond chapman. Why the man who introduced the martial arts legend Bruce lead the world has died. He. Ninety-one Chow worked with Leon all his best known films and went on to nurture the careers of a host of Hong Kong superstars, including Jackie Chan jet Li and the director John woo..
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"Beer day hashtag international beer day and normally if you, tune in on a Friday night have beer sample Friday because this may. Come as a shock to. You we like to drink beer but today we've. Upped the ante a little bit it has international beer day and the gangling happy hour and I believe they've wrapped up, selling everything here on monument circle but there's still a lot of people walking around here and this is what I love, about, working downtown Nigel. And crystal hammer, my beautiful wife if. You're listening please turn the channel there's a lot of. Smoking hot checks walking around there sundresses. People are. Having a good. Time everybody's bonding this is awesome this cool thing wins national beer day We do do this again. Why don't. We do this. Every Friday and then we can have You know local beer day we could, have Marion county beer day Win is regional beer That's. What I wanna know why are we doing this? Every Friday against special thank you to the fine folks jingling they, brought, the goods today man this was fantastic and we're all raising money for. The Caroline SIMS cancer endowment Caroline was a, beautiful young, little girl vibrant fun and she lost her life at the age of five due to some pediatric. Cancers and her foundation her cancer endowment is designed to help people fight the same diseases the she. Wasn't able to overcome so we were from four to six gangling was. Selling two dollar beers hundred percent of those proceeds went to the, Caroline SIMS cancer endowment and so we're. Not selling beer anymore but if, you'd like to donate you can do that online at. Carolina, SIMS dot org yes. That's a great organization and I spoke with the mom earlier and maybe we'll play some of that back a little bit later on the fact that she sees where the money goes and she's Sees how these families benefit from the. Money raised in her late daughter's name man it's enough to bring a tear to your eye if. Your parents it's tough to hear those of stories and this lady has. Strength more than I can ever imagine so God love her we'll, hear that conversation a little bit later. On I do have some good, news though I want to keep you up to date. On, everything going on around. The country we're having a good time here on the circle having some beers raising some money for charity but did you see the job numbers that came out earlier today This is good, this is real good the economy added. One hundred and fifty seven thousand job low in July alone. That's according to the. United States Labor Department the bureau of. Labor statistics. Say that one hundred and fifty five. Million nine hundred sixty five thousand people were employed in the United States as of. June two thousand eight July two thousand eighteen but, those are all, jobs people don't want but. Fake news fake news there's three hundred million people in the country That's what the left is, going to say that's gotta. Argument you're going, to hear do, we have. Matt bearer standing by the traffic center Kyle Yes I'm, here The map here, first, of all Matt thank you. For coming downstairs there were some Matt. Bear fans here we call. Those, bear rights David t. shirt and everything. And they were talking to you and here's what I'm. A little bit self conscious about because Nigel got a really good radio. Voice STAN Lear has got the alternate radio, does, not bear you sound like. You should be the host of. The. Oscars or something I.