By David Smith
A few months ago,
Kenneth Smith was homeless and a stranger gave him an Outback Steakhouse gift card to buy dinner. While eating at a location in Fort Worth, Texas, he met the managing partner,
Laura Hodges. She helped him with future meals, then gave him a job bussing tables, and she helped him find a place to live.
By Allie Gold
Well it's the time of year again folks, SPRING BREAK! It's Spring Break for our Elvis Duran and the Morning Show. Next week we're taking off, but how did we come to this decision? Nate reveals on the 15 Minute Morning Show that he asked Danielle and ONLY Danielle when her kids have Spring Break this year and made the vacation schedule around that. However, everyone else's Spring vacation was last week so! The funny thing is? Danielle isn't even going away with her kids! Danielle is actually going on vacation with her sister and Froggy's wife Lisa!
By Sam Rosalie
Apr 1, 2021
You guys already know, we at this show love Goodwill. They’re a great company that does a lot for the community, and APPARENTLY, has some freaking moral rockstars working there.
Andrea Lessing is an employee and young mother in Oklahoma, and she was doing quality check on recently donated items.She came across two sweaters that were tied together, and it look like they were holding books.
NOPE! She untied those sweaters to find a stack of $100 bills so thick, it only looked like books! Andrea counted out $42,000!
Apparently this kind of stuff happens all the time at Goodwill, and (statistically I imagine the employees don’t always tell others about their find, BUT Andrea considered this an opportunity in karma, saw personal information from the donator in that stack, and got the money back to them.
states wants to build a military alliance to safeguard the strategic waters off of iran and yemen the u.s. says it aims to guarantee the navigation in the strait of hormuz and bob bowman dob both crucial trade routes this comes as tensions escalate between washington and tehran. judges in the netherlands have given the go ahead for a holocaust memorial that has caused political friction the monument in amsterdam will feature the names of more than 100000 dutch victims of the nazis local residents had objected that the proposed morial was too big for their neighborhood . former u.s. presidential candidate ross perot has died in 1900 percent of the votes in 1902 a strong showing for an independent founder of computer company e.d.s. was also noted for rescuing 2 of his employees from iran and a commando raid in 1079 was 89 wife and children. or
were. they were directing their efforts in the state of pennsylvania. according to facebook, they spent $300. in michigan, they spent $823, and in wisconsin, $1,079. the problem was, all but $54 of that was put towards the primary. not in the general election. all of that is testimony that we had for congress. >> sean: facts and context and texture mean an awful lot. except it doesn't fit the media narrative. that's great reporting on your part. limit go back to you, sebastian. what goes to the heart of this for me. everybody is so sanctimoniously and in their pompous arrogance talks about this russian influence. okay. we can't talk about russian influence and ignore uranium one. we can talk about russian influence and ignore the hillary clinton bought and paid
than italy. it was irrelevant. now it's a global power that dominates the world, us and china. they competed for capital and taken capital. europe is one place. now it is one economic zone. their economy is bigger than the united states from an economic perspecti perspective. it is hard to make the comparisons. lower corporate tax rates should make it more competitive for companies to come back here. doe mesicallymestically it is a. there is something that has do with dallclassifying routine profits. it is a very wonky tax issue. there are some things you to be careful of in this bill. >> if you get it let me know. it is 1,079 pages long.
>> don't get us in trouble, al. >> sean spicer, the press secretary is expect to be there in about ten minutes. we will bring that to you. >> those are your words. not mine. those are your words. not mine. you said them, so they are yours. i apologize on behalf of you. also more on the winter wallop, the major storm that continues to pound the northeast right now. up to 18 inches of snow we heard from al expected in some areas. cal perry literally driving through it right now. >> he could have 1079 stopped and given you a lift home. >> i should have asked him to stop. where are you? maybe you can. >> road conditions are really bad. authorities want people off the roads. maybe we will stop for you. we can make a stop for craig melvin. >> i'll pay for cross. >> more after the break. >> see you in a bit. thank you. you to seize the day
first week of the year. for the week, the dow dropped 1,079 points. >> nothing to sneeze at. >> if you filled up your tank, you paid less than $2 a gallon. the average is now $1.96. it is now 18 cents less than last year. drivers in missouri enjoying the lowest prices. prolonged slump in crude oil should keep gas low in 2016. a gallon of gas is cheaper than a powerball ticket. you will hit up the gas station for $1.3 billion jackpot. powerball making a lot more millionaires than billionaires. in the current run, 59 tickets matched all five numbers, but not powerball. eight tickets won $2 million. thousands have won smaller
look, if the minimum wage had kept pace with inflation right now, it would be 1079. if it had kept pace with productivity, it would be 1867. if it had kept pace with the top 1%, it would be $28.75. work shouldn't trap people in poverty. should it raise them out of poverty so they don't have to rely on federal assistance. but right now millions of people go to work every single day. they work hard just like the lady that was on before me. and they still live in poverty. they can't make it. it's time that we raised the minimum wage and honor work, not continue to let people languish like we have been. >> why did you go after jim demint? why did you challenge him directly to a one-on-one with you? >> because they're the heart beat of the conservative side. i mean they -- first the koch brothers come out and say we want to repeal the minimum wage. and heritage follows them after
roughly 1079 arrests were made. russian's ambassador says is he certain the sochi olympics will be safe. as safe as they could be anywhere in the world u.s. state department is warning plenty of caution. athletes and spectators is spooky in the words of house homeland security committee chair mike mccaul who is particularly alarmed now by recent al qaeda leadership calls for a global jihad on the olympics. within the so-called ring of steel perimeter, mccaul thinks that are unlikely. it's outside that perimeter in russia that soft targets are exposed and should be avoided but things are not dangerous enough for americans to stay totally away from sochi yet. >> we should not scare people from attending the olympics. it's a time-honored tradition. if we do not support our team and show up, i think
republicans have submitted to the new nominee? 1,079 questions. then there's sub-questions within those questions. if you include the sub-questions, more than 600 of the questions to gina mccarthy have come from one senator from louisiana senator david vitter. this is the 123 page questionnaire exchange between senator vitter and the epa nominee. 123 pages of questions and answers. she has answered all of his more than 600 written questions. in response today, republican senators refused to even show up for the vote on her nomination because they say she has been unresponsive. they say she has not answered enough questions. the eight republican senators on the environment committee led by senator vitter boycotted the vote to protest how unresponsive gina mccarthy was to the more than 1,000 questions they have asked her. which she has answered.
guess how many questions the republicans submitted 1,079 questions. and then there's some questions within those questions. if you include sub questions more than 600 questions to gina mccarthy have come from one senator, louisiana senator vitter. this is the 123-page questionnaire exchange between senator vitter and the epa nominee. 123 pages of questions and answers. she has answered all of the more than 600 written questions. in response republican senators refused to show up for the vote on her nomination because they say she is unresponsive and say she has not answered enough questions. the eight boycotted the vote on her nomination to protest how unresponsive gina mccarthy was to the more than 1,000 questions they have asked her. more than 1,000 questions they
assessing presidential nominees. ask questions out loud in confirmation hearings and in writing and nominees write back their answers. particularly when it's a contentious agency or contentious nomination, senators tend to ask a lot of questions to try to gum up the works. when george w. bush nominated michael leavitt and steven johnson to run the epa, michael levitt had to wade through 22 written questions and levitt, 49. and lisa jackson set the all-time record, she had to answer 118 questions. that was the record. it's daunting, right, submitting written answers to 118 different written questions all from senators looking to find a word wrong somewhere, to try to scuttle your nomination. the last nominee, lisa jackson had too answer 118 questions. guess how many questions the republicans have submitted to the new nominee? 1,079 questions.