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"us department treasury" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Than the options we had taken then All options are on the table What we've done is that we've worked closely with our allies in Europe to make sure that we have a carefully designed set of sanctions that would have a significant impact on the Russian economy We have a shared goal in terms of respecting the sovereignty of Ukraine and in terms of standing up and ensuring that we have sanctions at the ready in case a Russian troop enters Ukraine U.S. department treasury secretary walleye yemo outlining the Biden administration's plan of action to sanction Russia the U.S. has put 8500 troops on alert for possible deployment This is Russia has as many as a 100,000 troops on the border near eastern Ukraine At the same time the Department of Homeland Security is issuing a warning that Russia could levy cyberattacks against the U.S. in retaliation warning that Russia could target critical infrastructure For more on all this I'm joined by general Keith Alexander the former commander of U.S. cyber command also the founder and co CEO of iron net general Alexander great to have your perspective on this Obviously cyberattacks from Russia the threat of them are nothing new What makes this time different Well I think right now president Putin is looking at his options of how do I take over eastern Ukraine It's clear that moving a 100,000 troops on the border is a significant statement by him that he's serious about this I think he's still weighing his options And I think what the president our president and Europe is trying to do is how do we keep him from going in Going into eastern Ukraine and doing what he did 8 years ago in Crimea I think that's what he's trying to do And I think he believes it's a good time to do it There's a lot of opportunity here And he's weighing the consequences Those increased sanctions and Europe and the United States coming together to do that versus him getting eastern Ukraine which he's always wanted So this has gone on for a while I think he's now putting a statement in It's a good opportunity from his perspective What's the cost What is the cost I think from my perspective the cost should be They've got NATO and the U.S. allied and Europe aligned on this I think we've got everybody leaning in it was a great move I think by the administration in Europe to start bringing in more oil from the Middle East into Europe I think that's a huge statement because that's a long time and during economic impact on Russia And it means that we can Europe can live without Russian oil and gas and here's how we're going to do it So I think that that's key What I worry about though as you mentioned this is that the attacks on Ukraine could just go in cyber like they did in 2017 And if you recall those not petya attacks impacted the world TEDx merch That destructive wiper virus caused a tremendous amount of problems for everyone We could see the same thing here and it could grow And my concern is this could get out of hand Cyber's an element of national power It's one element and as soon as it escalates we have a problem That's when I would be most concerned about from my former time What about when it comes to a possible cyberattack on the United States What would you be most concerned about there Is it an attack on critical infrastructure Is it attack on hospital records The power grid the supply chain Each one of those has different consequences from my perspective If you think about what are they going to hit There are devastating attacks that they could do against the energy the oil and gas sector Think Colonial Pipeline and a number of those Actions they could do against hospitals But if they do that against hospitals that has a different I think set with our people Going after energy and shutting down the pipelines the oil and gas What would that do to our will to engage That's the question You know what Russia is going to look at What can they do to impact the will of the American people And what can they do to impact the will of the European people in this conflict That will to fight that will to push back is something that we have to consider It could backfire They could think we're going to do this and it would backfire as it did in World War II So I think these are the things that we have to consider as you look at this Emily what it all comes back to is what Chris English talked about a few weeks ago and what they did in the solarium commission We have to now think about cyber as an element of national power How we're going to bring the public and private sector together to defend this nation and to work with our allies We've got to get that going What kind of cyber actions on the United States or Ukraine would lead the U.S. to retaliate And what kind of offensive cyber actions do you imagine the U.S. would take Well I think there's both covert and over operations and things that we do I'm sure they would consider all of those And really what the National Security Council would do is bring all that together They bring in general nakasone and the team and say what options do we have What can we do to respond What would we do diplomatically What we do do economically what can we do in cyber And what other actions can we and our allies take All of that comes up with a series of capabilities that the president and the principal committee would look at And taking all that together from my perspective you've hit some of the key things Critical infrastructure What do they do If you hit critical infrastructure and it causes significant damage to this country I believe it will not go without a response And what that response would be is where the president has a choice And the Secretary of Defense they get together to say what are we going to do And he should those the calculation has to go we don't want another war But we can't let people like president Putin just take over countries like they did Crimea And we are going to see multiple sites of this Emily We're seeing it in the Middle East and you're seeing it in Asia And this is a really tough time And I believe it's going to get worse All right We'll.
"us department treasury" Discussed on Geek News Central
"Up. Table and apple told all the chips you know. You can't hit your number every time but When that seven comes up you're done using a little. Craps analogy alright talking about Craps and money the treasury's taking sanctions at aiming to block ransomware groups from cashing out. So the us department treasury is is basically sanctioning virtual cryptocurrency exchange selects s. u. e. x. For its role in facilitating ransomware. Pant payments the sanctions of the first of its kind against the cryptocurrency exchange prohibited americans from doing business with the company. It's delays action is part of the us government. Whatever ever to counter the riser ransomware including across agency tax force and a ten million dollar bounty for information on state-backed cybercriminals that has so far seen mixed results just this week. The black manner re ransomware group demand invite point nine million in ransomware from hacked iowa farm service provider but now that they had put the put the kabosh and being send this money through sue x. s. u. e. x. he may be a loss for that That company that's now facing you know a ransomware situation but this is going to really cut the flow of cash from coming back to them so it's being said sue his lauded. The move is a big win. A wait chanel asus. C. h. a. n. a. a. l. y. s. i. s. which aided the us vacation of suez has lauded move as a big win leaving the exchanges one of the worst offenders of cryptocurrency based money laundering and a blog post blockchain analysis. Firm said souks netted almost thirteen million dollars from ransomware operators like rocks and maize since exchange exchanges found in two thousand eighteen to analysis also said they changed gained more than twenty four million dollars from crypto skim operators so You follow the money. That's where that's where you that's where you go. And that's the power of the united states treasury is Is basic say. You can't send money. You can't do business through them and it really drives up the bill ability of these people to not be tracked. Amazon switching gears here amazon is envisioning a department store. Full of qr codes high-tech dressing rooms in a report apparently might be able to use qr codes request clothing to try on the report. Saying people in the matter journal said the tech giant's looking ways to combine the experience of shopping online and in a physical store customers able to request clothing tryon by using qr codes for example and could use a touchscreen it would also recommend additional items robots and other types of automation might also play a role in the store through the report. No the plants have not been finalized as company policy. We do not comment and rumors or speculation. Amazon spokesperson told cnn via email. Of course in august it's being reported amazon's planning open at thirty thousand square foot department store. Ohio and california sell items like clothes and electron ix. So you know you need. How have you bought shoes lately. You know. I like sneakers now. At for many many years. I wore nothing but Steel toe boots and for me. You know it's it's a joy now to be able to just wear sneakers and It's it's really hard when you have narrow feet to be able to to basically no it size to buy especially when it comes to shoes try shoes on walk around in you. Think you got the right size and then the later have warmth a little. I like man. Wish these a hapless is bigger. So i run into this issue all the time so with nyc. I know what size my shoe has been. Nyc might make use is a nine point. Five with nike shoes. I never went wrong with a nine point. Five attends too big too small. So when i go into a shoe store and requested nine point five and get a shoe and it's usually does. It's not the same. How come they can't get the sizes the same. It's like every hubei buy it's either. It's either one upper one down. So e sales must hate. Bring me a nine. Bring me a nine and a half and bring me a ten of the same shoe. That's what i have to do. I don't know about you same thing. How much time in money is being spent that guy gone back and forth back and forth. When it'd be just better you see issue you like. And in this instance scanning qr code and the robot brings you three boxes and you picked the one you want. You put the two back on you go. Yeah some of you like the experience of ask salesman looking at your feet i. I don't need a salesman can make beat i. I need but she's on. They feel good. Walk around looking at mir. You know you know busy being busy boom in and out now ladies. I know i know it's that doesn't work for you so much but for me that i know what i want. I know get out so maybe not only amazon. But why can't other companies adopt some of this. I'm sure what it is is. The technology costs is very very high and with marge's being very narrow. It's easier just to pay that. Have two or three people on staff that's running back and forth getting different shoes but if you think about labor that's all you need someone in the back stock. So amazon may be onto something here when it comes to close same thing. With with jeans. Like levi's i know my size most of the times for certain series of levi's betty go and you know you buy stuff online all the time and again is like it's too tight. It's to to short or i. Why can't companies get the sizing right that. That's what i want to know why this wh year we at twenty twenty one right. Most of the stuff is designed by computers now anyway we should have the measurements in sizes exact. It shouldn't run different from company to company. I know different ways different. Legs sizes all that stuff in seem. Yes i know. I know what my in seem is for. And what length pants i need. Get it done. Dell ceo michael dell wants love big ticket acquisitions but not anymore dell's ruled out major takeover some feature on insists focus on partnerships or product offerings. He said during analysis presentation livestream on thursday. So they've spent a bunch of money over the years billions of dollars buying things. Some failed some successful. Some weren't they say we're not doing that no more were doing partnerships so interesting That they're making that business. Move a lot of these. Big big deals. Don't end up so well you know. Look at look at the purchase of yahoo and you know.
Secretary of State Pompeo says hack was 'pretty clearly' Russian
"Cyber attack that has struck at least seven government agencies. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was the first Trump administration official to publicly blame Moscow for the hack. He talked on the Mark Levin show. Significant effort to use a piece of third party software to essentially in bed. Code inside of US government systems and now appears systems of private companies and companies and governments across the world as well. This was a very significant effort on and I think it's the case, but now we can say pretty clearly. That was the Russians that engaged in this activity. The growing list of federal agencies compromised in the hack includes the State Department, Treasury, Homeland, Security, Energy and Commerce departments. As well as the National Institutes of Health. Where can you
"us department treasury" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"All going up in price so welcome to think about that listen the less you know listen and subscribe to think about this free where ever you get your podcasts Dr Sanjay Gupta will warmer weather have any affect on the spread of the coronavirus about to Sanjay Gupta CNN's chief medical correspondent some have suggested that he kills the corona virus and that this will all be over by spring a public health experts say there's no way to know this for sure now some people have taken this idea to the extremes using hair dryers hot bats UV lamps to try and disinfect themselves the world health organisation has said these methods are ineffective and should not be used they can irritate your skin or they can even burn now we do see cases of flu decrease as the weather gets warmer and there are several theories why some point to the physics of the virus itself others point to the fact that kids major transmitters of the flu aren't in school anymore we are seeing cases the coronavirus currently spreading in warm weather countries I'm doctor Sanjay Gupta helping you live a better life do you by the US department treasury and the ad council I thank that guy fifty three after the hour from Monday the thirteenth Victoria in her usual perch as am I with a focus on some important technology items air B. and B. is offering some interesting.
"us department treasury" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"State conceptualizes and frankly local governments that's the front line they're trying to figure out do they have enough able as is that of PP that kind of thing focusing on those resources for second one show viewers this a graphic that talk about what you just talk about the hundred and fifty billion dollars for states for corona virus ridden relief and I want you to talk to the distribution process noting for viewers on the graphic that it's based on population no state will receive a payment of less than one point two five billion dollars to talk through that a little bit more and and our state's okay with that well our state's okay with it I think that's an open question because we have I'm honestly we're we're we're moving in the dark here these are it's become really cliche it's uncharted waters in terms of what the economy's gonna do to states and the the services they provide but let me first talk about the distribution of the hundred fifty billion dollars for state local governments that'll go out in a formula based on population first eight billion of that goes to tribal governments so you take a billion out of a hundred fifty and then another three billion goes to territories and the district of Columbia so then the the I think at least a hundred thirty nine billion dollars and that gets distributed to the states and the states get fifty five percent of that that they can spend on corona virus related expenses so they can't like replace general fund money that they were spending for roads or something like that has to be related to corona virus and of course that coronavirus expenses aren't almost every area you're you're dealing with the education funding that's being affected by the virus with us certainly health care funding that's being affected by the virus so the fifty five percent of the state to use their as you said one point two five billion guarantee to every state regardless of population so I think they're eighteen states that are getting that minimum amount of one point two five billion so Wyoming of course the smallest population state into the middle population states California obviously getting the most out I'm doing this from memory I want to say it's around eighteen billion dollars for California and I hope that's close to right the in that forty five percent will go to local governments over population of five hundred thousand so they're roughly forty cities over population of four five hundred thousand people and about a hundred and thirty of the three thousand and three hundred counties meet that population threshold so that the money will be transferred by the US department treasury to state general funds roughly in two or three weeks we've been told and then the states will then work with the local rest to get the money to them as fast as possible focusing on crime virus response in this state if you have a question about that process now would be a great time to call in Tim's story is with the national conference of state legislatures is gonna be with us for about a half an hour more this morning this is bill out of Syracuse New York you're next good morning yes I am concerned trump made a remark that he would cooperate with those who would cooperate with him and also implied that he would not cooperate with stage that we're not with them we have a democratic governor who is quite critical of the president how much power does the president our there's does him extracted there have been giving out money and supplies so we are very low on medical supplies here and that's a very important thing to me since our yes thank you bill that's a good question so I would say that the the the legislation passed last week by Congress and signed by the president is very clear about the amount of money and how gets transferred to the states as I said there's a two hundred fifty billion in I'm sorry a hundred fifty billion in in sort of flexible spending money to the states to combat the virus there's also other three thirty roughly thirty one billion to education programs there's billions of dollars for health care programs to help sure up hospital systems and public health systems to combat the virus around the country so the the presidential politics will not play into that that money will be distributed by the agencies by the departments and again we have worked our organization and other organizations like ours the national governors association the national association of counties the league of cities the conference of mayors have been working very closely with officials within the departments that will be distributing this money so so terms of that funding for for equipment to for I sitting the the extreme cost of running the public health system it well you know well past what was expected by anybody could have imagined that that will be affected by any kind of politics from the White House or preferences along those lines want to talk about what you're seeing when it comes to this concern out there of of states competing for resources and this is how Jimbo from Bakersfield California puts it in his question in regard to getting PPVs and ventilators to the areas of greatest need in the United States and to stop states from bidding against each other should the state form their own consortium to complete this task since the federal government is unwilling or unable to do that you know John I am going to confess I am not qualified to answer that question I'm I'm not familiar with how the PP is literally being transferred around the state it's an interesting idea I I I do believe that the vast vast majority of officials both at the federal level the state level the local level our operating in absolute good faith to make sure the supplies are are getting out as fast as they can and and to to the to every corner of the United States so let me put it this way I don't have a specific answer for that yesterday governor Gretchen Whitmer out of Michigan put out an appeal on Twitter asking for doctors are around the country take come to Michigan help fight the corona virus in Michigan our our state legislatures concerned about competition here for whether it's medical professionals or or equipment yeah I I I have not heard that concern and I I probably think that and I also heard you know governor Cuomo made the same appeal perhaps yesterday the day before I I think they're all sort of in triage mode because they're so in the moment you know as the crisis escalates so rapidly I have not caught any sense of competing against other states I'm obviously you know people's lives are at stake and and and P. Americans are are dying from the virus it's a it's an incredibly it's a situation with the gravity unlike anything we've seen so you know governors legislatures are gonna do what they can for the people of their states but I have not seen that kind of competition and and I don't expect that Kathy Adam Dunn North Carolina you're next good morning good morning fellas how ya doing today well I have a quick question for ya'll okay I'm very sorry we we close down all the major restaurant here in the North Carolina need to cry I have recently got laid off however you know ours currently having a house built they stop production on that so I'm having to stay in a local motels however now my son has run out it's going to be at least two to three weeks before the unemployment can't stand and the R. I wanted the motels are not listed on the nomination however there is I personally may I be at least fifty to sixty people here in the dining area that do not have sorry to stay in motels now they have twenty out of five o'clock curfew in effect and if you're caught out it's five hundred to a thousand dollars if they catch you what are these people supposed to do I'm one of them at eleven o'clock today I will currently be tabbed out out on the curb thanks for sharing your story this morning Tim story a couple of issues the cat he brings up there well Kathy one at my heart goes out to you I think you're like you know frankly tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands of Americans who are being you know devastated by not just the virus and in its health effects and in the people that we know and love contracting the virus but this the economic impact of this which is I. fears sort of at the beginning I think the the the economy we are in absolute uncharted waters you know the economy was sailing along the wind in its sails and then the wind just stopped in in in that ship is just sort of floating on the sea at the whims of the currents and it's hurting a lot of people like like the caller Kathy it's it's a it's a rare it really it's it's it's a heartbreaking story and I think it's one that it's a happening around the country I do know that you know there are Nassar sama federal money that was put into the stimulus bill as well as the coronavirus response you know sort of a combination build those statements in front of our sponsors including direct payments to American taxpayers so if she has filed taxes in both in either twenty eighteen or twenty nineteen and even if she hasn't she can request this the IRS does not yet have a process for people who have not filed in in that in the past couple of years but they are expected to have that soon but those direct payments should be deposited in in bank accounts where the IRS has the the the the account numbers within the next week or so so that's going to happen fairly quickly the unemployment insurance extension was also part of actually the I think the second piece of legislation passed by the federal government so unemployment benefits will be extended from three to four months so there is sort of help on the way but you know what Kathy described as is the personal situation that is is you know very very difficult challenging and and you know there are resources you know I'm sure their county resources and and hopefully she get a hold of somebody they can you know give her a specific guidance there in in done about twenty minutes left with Tim story of the national conference of state legislatures states of course responsible for running their own elections I wonder ten story what is considered best practices right now when it comes to us being in an election year and amid this pandemic well John that is a really interesting question in a complicated question they're still roughly twenty states have not held their primaries many of them have now delayed effect June second has become kind of a second super Tuesday because I think seven states have pushed their primaries off to to the early June to June second but even that is still in question and of course this all takes legislation to move primaries and no public official wants to change election dates I think probably just because of the you know they want to make sure there's consistency and transparency about what when and how lectures are held so this is uncharted waters once again in terms of how the United States and again the state's run the elections this is a big function of states so a number of states have are exploring more that mail in voting you know essentially most states have either no excuse absentee voting or excuse absentee voting so if if a voter and excuse absentee voting states which is if you combine the five states to do all actions by mail and that was just one state about ten years ago we don't have five states where every elections now Hehe held through the mail including the state of Colorado where I am today so aside from those five states the the the vast majority of other states are either no excuse absentee so you can request an absentee ballot from your election official typically in the county level or you can do an excuse absentee ballot by requesting it just saying that because of coronavirus you you're requesting an absentee ballot so so I think many of these are going to shift to to all mail in interestingly the the Congress put four hundred million dollars into the cares act that passed last week to help states change how they relax ins in corona virus you explore all mail in voting so so I think the states are gonna be exploring that in in a much more widespread way you know in states approved organs been doing mail in voting for maybe twenty five years or more so you know some states been able to do it effectively I'll make one other observation that you know elections are more complicated than just showing up on election day you know one of the big challenges in the state that haven't held their primaries is it to qualify for the primary ballot in just in every state you typically have to get signatures from a certain number of voters to let's say to run for the.
"us department treasury" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Right baby it started yesterday sending asylum seekers back to mill Gallas that is right it's not just being held here and Mirka Nora's owner not going back to no Gallas Sam to remain there wow how about that it's going to Nogales to a court hearing scheduled a threat of fifty miles away in Juarez by the way the asylum seekers have to figure out how to get to our is on their own which all that so mean I'm sorry come here legally I think is mean now they have to figure the people in the future gonna say is a worth me trying even getting there I will have more on that three things I think you would need to know so why it is a huge a freaking day I don't know if you know how big this is this guy is been following this for not following its this this guy that we I mean I got the alert on my phone yesterday whatever watching my islanders unfortunately is the devil's very disappointing that it I was lifted up again by the real world stuff in the fact that we killed the top Iranian general who is a terrorist freaking dog I mean this guy is bad bad news one here's some else by the way now this guy again all right he is the one we're gonna be intelligence I guarantee it comes out that he is the one that was of course just help you don't a week ago are responsible for the brains behind the the the the bomb rushing basically our embassy attacking of our embassy setting it on fire putting Americans lives in danger this guy is the one responsible for that he is also responsible for a came out our our government to put this through even The New Yorker you know the New York New Yorker magazine they can't stand trump they did a profile of solar mainly back in twenty thirteen they said back in twenty thirteen is a command of the cuts forces fifteen years ago set me back in nineteen ninety eight right he sought to reshape the Middle East in Iran's favor working as a power brokers military force assisted rival assassinating rivals arming allies all this stuff right the US department treasury sanction is selling money for his role in supporting the Assad regime in your big big aside risk a review supporter huge even Obama sanctions all the money for his role in plotting a foiled terror attack in Washington DC restaurant in two thousand eleven he wanted to kill or assassinated on the Saudi ambassador to the US that was all the money this is what this guy did and your trump member what they they still say trump is what pulled knees Putin's person being you're crazy Nancy Pelosi all roads lead to Putin well guess what this all the money right after the year Aranda ideal was done right done with Obama and bombing sends over a hundred fifty billion dollars pallets of cash right after that happens so the money goes to Russia to meet with Putin to figure out what they can do to help out a son so we just kill the guy trump just order the guy to be blown up vaporized that the that was buddy buddy with Putin notice the media is not taking that angle not at all doesn't work that way so you have this guy now dead and and it gets it gets even better it apparently the guy that was in charge of the Hezbollah militia out there in Iraq he also vaporized at a you know this this guy gets off an airplane in Baghdad is sort of money is greeted by this other militia merry to terrorist Hey how's it going as good sh bowl done done and I you know am and what's the reaction by the way this is what's incredible we had an American contractor killed when American killed last Friday American servicemen injured and it was a rocket attack organized an ordered by this solo money guy he's the one that did it so you have solo money ordering as an American killed we're Americans injured and Democrats in the media are more upset that trump killed this terrorist that order these killings then an American man killed these twenty twenty Democrats too by the way their reactions all yeah Biden Elizabeth Warren Bernie Andrew Yang I mean they have no chance by the way a zero chance but not one of them from what I I've not seen you could tell me if you saw it I've not seen any of the make any statement about American being killed by the Iranian terrorist so the money that's what he is a common Jen was a terrorist right not one of them actually came out and said this is just not acceptable we you don't kill Americans yeah I never said that however they've all condemned trump for doing this and why well now you're gonna make our ran mad skews me you may have started a war with Iran you really think trump gonna send troops into Iran go for a battle not gonna happen I don't want anything bad to happen to Americans I know it wasn't the Iranian people secretary Pompeii a senator video of the Iranian people dancing with joy in the streets as this monster was killed because he's killed Arabians thousands of Iranians so all of a sudden like the media the Democrats they act as if an American being killed Americans being attacked and six hundred eight Americans being killed by this guy never happened and they're just mad that trump would just go off and do this and they're saying how can this possibly is in trouble is very measured what don't you think member when the Iranian shut down one of our drones was saying come on trump attack on the Tacony that Americans were killed a favor kill Americans were gonna respond over on the force and he did he did so I don't know where trump just orders these two guys to be killed we've we've had in our science so yours you order them to be to kill that's good airstrikes inhaled vaporize these guys let's turn them to dust make it happen and we're better off in the world because of this any does that he's very much and you know what that also means by the way member one truck during all those debates back in twenty fifteen twenty sixteen member we used to say a lot I like to be unpredictable now you have countries.
"us department treasury" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
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"us department treasury" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Landlords can and will check your credit before giving you a lease don't let your credit put you in a bad place go to control your credit dot gov brought to you by the US department treasury and the ad council whose real honest opinion real cops they claimed in Los Angeles last Wednesday night a rookie deputy named angel Reynosa reported that he was being fired on by a sniper while on a parking lot police soon blanketed the area while shutting down roads in evacuating nearby residents but it turns out Reynosa made the whole thing up he also told investigators that he had because the holes in his uniform shirt by cutting it with a knife there was no sniper no shots fired and no gunshot injuries sustained to shoulder completely fabricate captain can Wagoner in addition to being relieved of his duties Reynosa's facing charges of filing a false report of an emergency his motive is under investigation Karen McCue fox news checked out of the west wing several key White House aides including the president's daughter it's not what you think Ivanka trump senior counselor kellyanne Conway top economic adviser Larry Kudlow and some members of the White House legal team have been relocated from there west wing offices while workers rip out materials that could be hazardous the work to remove us best does is being done on the ceilings and attic spaces in the west wing second floor that work which should be completed by the end of August will cost about two hundred fifty thousand dollars that's fox's John decker reclaiming Dayton's entertainment district after a deadly massacre wrong Stevie Wonder already did a sound check Kanye west hosted a Sunday prayer service joining host Dave Chapelle in Dayton for a block party and benefit concert called Jim city shine Chapelle lives in the area I'm saying that's for and this is a fox news WGY accu weather forecast mostly clear tonight low fifty a nice day for tomorrow mostly.
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