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"��156" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"��156" Discussed on WSB-AM

"To partner with the Georgia Bulldogs and the constant pursuit. Of excellence. Get the best deal on the best selection at Athens. D c. J r dot com. Expect more. Get more Share your desires Eric Zeier for today's home opener, police well, Honda, It starts with finding a vertical passing game on offense and creating explosive plays. We're going against the defense and U A. B, uh, that is very, very solid. Lot of returning starters only gave up 156 yards last week, albeit against Jacksonville State, so that the same kind of caliber That they're going to see today, but it is a good defensive unit. I know we have injuries. I know we just faced one of the top defenses in the country, but we have depth on the offensive side. We've been recruiting at the top of the charts for year after year after year. We've got guys that are young but can step up and play. We have to go trust them and give them an opportunity to mold into shape. We get that part of it done. We round this football team and maybe the best in the country on both sides of the football had to stay focused on the task at hand today as well. It is easy to read press clippings. When you just beat the number three team in the country in the national spotlight. Everybody's been reading about how good they are have to stay focused right now, because any team that you go play can beat you on any given day. We're seeing it right now. South Carolina playing East Carolina East Carolina, running away with that one things could get away from you, but we have to stay focused on the finally shore up special teams. The last week a missed field goal, a muffed punt that latte led to a turnover that has to be tight. We should have one of the best specialty teams units in every area, especially teams across the country. They had to play at that level. All right. Thank you. Eric Buffo job as always. Bulldogs fans tune in tomorrow at midnight to WSB TV channel to catch the latest episode of Kirby Smart,.

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"��156" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

08:33 min | 2 months ago

"��156" Discussed on WBUR

"Mr Pitt. Somebody needs to be found and Mr Sugar as he has been the chief Cabinet secretary, which is really the number two position in the cabinet he was ready to carry on immediately. But also because he was supposed to be the continuity candidate. He was largely seen as a stopgap prime minister, and there was also immediately a past struggle within the party between the elderly man. And so Mr Suda was rendered very vulnerable because of the past struggle within the party as he support levels dropped very sharply as the Covid situation got worse and worse while his government was seen as focusing over the on the Olympics at the expense of public health Seijiro. Let's turn to you and just to focus a little bit more on the party itself. First, Japan has a parliamentary system and one that has throughout Japan's Postwar history. Rarely resulted in any party winning power other than the one that's in charge Now, why is that? Well, it's very unfortunate, but one of the negative things about Japan is that we don't have any competition in politics and you look at the real world. The fact of the matter is that you need competition in order to basically innovate and, you know, go forward. But this is one of the problems about Japan. One time we did have the opposition ruling Japan, but that was a total shamble to say the least. And the Japanese public have learned that they really do not have any implementation power, and I would say this is one of the Japan's weakest link. The fact that we don't have a strong opposition. We don't have competition in the political scene, and therefore people play with politics, not policies. As I think Koichi has just been eloquently express. Right now. We were talking about the political issues agendas inside, while what we should be doing is talking about policies, especially under this very difficult times of covid 19. Sarah Parsons. Let's think about the people who are participating in politics and and in the party itself. The LDP party There aren't a lot of women and Mr Su Gazette cabinet. Is this a familiar trend in Japan? We saw quite a lot of the Tokyo mayor during the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Eureka quickly She's a woman. Yes, well, I'll just put this in context because every year the world economic health foreign publishes a global gender Gap report and Japan ranked 147 out of 156 in the field of political empowerment. So it's always rent very low on this dimension. It's no surprise that there's a low level of women within the party is very conservative party very conservative views you've probably seen in the news. Some of the comments from leading Japanese politicians and women should have babies. Women. The role is to be the mother is it follows the very Typical Japanese gendered roles. I've seen Sonja Takayuki going for leadership, which is obviously a positive thing I met a young lady go to politics a couple of years ago, she said, You know, It's very difficult to balance any kind of child care, family care with it and very, very conservative views. If you want to change anything. And there's been some news about the LDP after the head of the Olympics committee was criticized for saying women talk too much. They allowed women into the board meeting, but they weren't allowed to speak lots of survey showing that you know the attitude towards women as well is that they're probably not going to be very good leaders. And in this sense, I hope that these women can Lead the way and show everyone that women can be very good leaders. But you know, it's still very much based on masculine leadership traits. So we're hearing a few themes that are coming to the fore already this perceived resistance to change the idea that Japan has a very conservative society. Roland counts is that the way that society is at large, or is this just how it's reflected from within the government? How engaged to people feel with politics in Japan? That's a good question. Well as many people are pointing out, it's a one party system and it was really designed that way if you go back to the post War era. The CIA was very much involved in the development of the LDP Liberal Democratic Party, which is neither liberal nor democratic, and it was installed in a way to keep Japan under America's thumb. Crucial moment, so it was designed as a one party system. It was designed not to change or disrupt the status quo. And in that sense, it's pretty efficient or it's been pretty efficient. So does the party serve the interests of the people at large? Well again, that's that's a complicated question. I would say to the extent that There's a kind of tacit bargain between some of the Japanese population and the Japanese political system, which is that as long as things run smoothly as long as there are no big disruptions As long as people feel comfortable and life is convenient, then we just keep the status quo and that's fine. I say some of the Japanese population, however, as many people have been saying there's a dynamism in Japan. I think Japanese youth and Japanese women Present the future for Japan and that dynamism is not being addressed by the political system, and I think it's also fair to say that Japanese youth Partly because of the technology is available to them. They are much more self aware about the state of Japan. I think you saw that during the Olympics when a lot of young people got involved with the protests against the Olympics. And I think young Japanese are aware of Japan's place in the world and are frustrated by the sclerotic nature of Japanese government and also the nostalgia. Of those old man running the country. All right. Well, let's focus more of our attention on the almost intertwined issues of Covid and the government's torture decision to go ahead with the Olympics. Seijiro back in 2013. The Tokyo bid committee won the games with the slogan The Games will be safe in our hands, the organizers and the government spent a huge amount of time and billions Of dollars, trying to keep the games covid safe and to convince the public that the games were safe. How do they do in the end? Well, I think there were no direct consequences from you know the Olympics, but the fact that they conducted in spite of 70% questioning the Olympic yourself, I think will be a tarnished image. That is very, very negative. But I think it's also a psychological negative impact because this was supposed to be as you pointed out earlier, a booster for the popularity of The LDP and Mr Suder, but also to basically rejuvenate the Japanese concept. As you know, we've been going through a decade or two decades of what we call the lost decade where we've been stagnating or relatively stagnating in comparison to the you know, vast girls that we had in the eighties and early nineties Tokyo Olympics back in 1964 was exactly that basically telling the world that we're out of World War two were to start a new Japan and basically, many people are hoping that this would be a kind of Ignition point for Japan. To start a new but unfortunately that's really died down very quickly considering the very considered nature of Japanese, which tend to have the highest level of risk avoidance amongst old people in the world. But what about the wider changes that are afoot in Japanese society? Japan? As we've said, has the world's oldest population around 30% of the population is over the age of 65. That percentage is increasing every year. Roland, you've lived in Japan and the United States. I wonder if you can contrast the two when it comes to demographics. What's the effect of this large cohort of older people across? Japanese politics and society. Well, For one thing. I would say that what I referred to earlier as a kind of damaging nostalgia that pervades a lot of the older generation in Japan, and especially those politicians we've been referring to in the LDP..

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"��156" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:47 min | 2 months ago

"��156" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"First news live from NPR News in Washington. I'm Windsor Johnston. President Biden is expected to announce a new strategy today designed to combat the highly contagious Delta variant of the coronavirus. NPR's Tamara Keith reports In a major speech today, Biden will outline the details of a six point plan that will include vaccine mandates for federal employees and contractors. Who would have 75 days to become fully vaccinated once Biden signs the executive order in late July, when Biden initially announced federal workers needed to get vaccinated, the policy didn't have a lot of teeth, they would have to attest to their vaccination status and unvaccinated employees and contractors would have to undergo regular testing where masks and not be allowed to travel for work. Now. A source familiar with the decision confirms to NPR that the option of getting tested instead of getting vaccinated will be eliminated. There are an estimated four million federal workers and contractors in the US and this federal move could spur private employers to take similar actions. This is one part of a six point plan for containing the Delta variant Biden will announced later today. Tamara Keith NPR News the United States and Mexico are resuming is here. Series of high level economic talks today. NPR's Scott Detroit reports Vice President Kamala Harris opened the U. S side of the discussion. The broad economic meetings between high ranking U. S. And Mexican officials designed to address issues that affect both countries began during the Obama administration but were halted when President Trump took office. Now resuming after a four year pause. One of the goals of the talks is to address the poverty and inequality in southern Mexico and Central America that lead people to try and cross the US border. That's NPR's Scott Detroit reporting. The state of Alabama is dropping its federal lawsuit over the Census Bureau's privacy protections for new redistricting data. As NPR's has a Lo Wang reports, the move officially ends legal fight that had threatened to further delay the release of census results. Alabama originally argued the Census Bureau's privacy protections would make the detailed demographic data from the 2020 cents his unusable for the rejoining a voting district maps. But the bureau said its approach ensures the accuracy of data necessary for redistricting. The case was put on hold in July after federal court rejected Alabama's request to block the bureau's plans for keeping people anonymous in the data. And the data was released in August after months of delays caused by the pandemic and interference by former President Donald Trump's administration. Now, state and local governments are using this data to prepare for the next 10 years of elections. Hansi Lo Wang. NPR news Stocks are trading lower on Wall Street. The Dow was down 156 points the S and P down 17. You're listening to NPR news in Washington. Japan has extended a coronavirus state of emergency in Tokyo and 18 other areas until the end of this month. The government says healthcare systems remain under severe strain. Although new infections have slowed slightly. The prime minister says serious cases remain high end are still overwhelming many hospitals Russia's space agency is confirming that a smoke alarm was activated in a Russian portion of the international Space station early today, NPR's Charles Maynes reports and overheated battery Charger is believed to have been the cause. According to Roskosmos. The smoke alarm went off in the Suez Dust service module that houses astronauts. Sending the smell of burning plastic through the cabin around two a.m. Thursday. The Russian crew reportedly then turned on a filter that cleared the air before going back to sleep ahead of a scheduled spacewalk for later in the day. Roskosmos says all systems are now functioning Normally. The incident is the latest in a string of problems that have raised concerns over the safety of the Russian segment of the ISS, including the discovery of cracks and air leaks in the modules Hull earlier this summer. Charles Maynes. NPR NEWS Moscow Firefighters in Northern California are working to contain a massive wildfire near burning near the resort region of Lake Tahoe. Officials say they've been able to keep the Cal door fire away from populated areas. The blaze is about 50% contained farther north. The Dixie Fire continues to burn. It scorched an area about the size of Rhode Island. I'm wizard Johnston and you're listening to NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include.

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CDC Says New Science Caused Change in Mask Guidance

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:59 min | 4 months ago

CDC Says New Science Caused Change in Mask Guidance

"Their mask guidance as we hear from a B C's Eva Pilgrim, the CDC advising the fully vaccinated people return to wearing masks indoors in areas of high transmission as cases climb around the country. This was not something that we took lightly, and something that I know weighs heavily with me and with all of America director Molinski, citing New science that shows even some vaccinated people can transmit the delta vary it the data showing, though, that the vaccine reduces the risk of getting the virus, seven fold and the risk of being hospitalized. 20 fold. The CDC also recommending kids and teachers returned to school in the fall with everyone masked even if they're vaccinated, a reverse from guidance given just two weeks ago. The new guidance coming his parents across the country protest mask mandates in schools, but the head of one the largest teachers unions in the country standing by the new guidance. Obviously we're going to embrace the science, but you know it's it's with great reluctance that we have to put our mass back on the variant now responsible for an estimated eight in 10 cases as we learn who is in those hard hit hospitals. ABC calling 50 hospitals in 17 states of the 271 Covid patients in the ICU 255 were not vaccinated. I see you doctors telling ABC News the vast majority of vaccinated patients in their ICUs had underlying conditions or weakened immune systems with more than 156 million Americans fully vaccinated nationwide. Approximately 153,000 symptomatic breakthrough cases have occurred representing less than 1% of those fully vaccinated, according to an unpublished internal CDC document obtained by ABC News overnight. Pfizer's CEO Albert Bourla, making the case for booster shots. Saying Some studies suggest the delta variant challenges the vaccine's protection after six months talking to former White

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"��156" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:13 min | 5 months ago

"��156" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Lowering wages. Lack of competition cost the median American household $5000 a year. Look, I'm a proud capitalist. I spent most of my career representing the corporate state of Delaware. I know America Kosek. Seamless American business succeeds. But let me be very clear Capitalism without competition is capitalism. It's exploitation without healthy competition. Big players can change in charge. Whatever they want and treat you, however, they want and for too many Americans. That means accepting a bad deal for things that can't go. You can't go without. The president's order also takes aim at business giants Facebook, Google, Apple and Amazon by calling for greater scrutiny of murderers by dominant Internet platforms and target shippers that it says are Charging American exporters too much. Airlines are adding more flights as the number of travelers continues to rise. They're expecting the recovery to mean more traffic this winter United said Friday. It will add nearly 150 flights to warmer weather destinations in the US, It's also adding flights to beach spots in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. Delta is ramping up its schedule to ski destinations. This winter Spirit Airline, meanwhile, is restoring international flights from Orlando and, uh, well from Orlando. I should say That it dropped during the pandemic. Skinny jeans are on their way out, according to Levi's and looser Fits are making steady inroads. Thank goodness and the three months ending May 30th Levi saw its total sales rise 156% versus the same period last year, including a Jump of 153% in the U. S. The largest market. The comparison was against last year's pandemic plunge in denim sales, so there's practically nowhere to go, but up, right? There were other factors at play. But according to Levi's CEO, chip Bergh, Our waistlines are expanding. Well, you know, we did. You know an excellent reporter, and there's a lot of tail winds and a lot of momentum behind us right now, and one of those dynamics is the fact that Many people have changed race sizes during the pandemic. Now the state is US data only, but About 40% women and 25% of men. Have changed waist size. It's somewhat some down and you know that's the impact of being cooped up at home. But beyond that, you know that obviously gives, uh Good reason to go out and update your wardrobe. But beyond that, you know there are other factors. People have been locked at home. You know, for the last 14 16 months now was the economy reopens as people were vaccinated and going back out again. Travel is beginning to happen again. Social occasions are beginning to happen. Family reunions All of these things drive war drove occasions. And then if you layer on top of that, what we believe are the early innings of new denim cycle with.

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"��156" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"��156" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Did not collapse. Miami Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava says it's unsafe to leave it standing in advance of Tropical Storm Elsa. It is all of art, further desire that this can be done safely before the storm and this demolition would be one that would protect and preserve evidence and allow the maximum Search and rescue activity to continue. The tragedy at the Champlain Towers is having wide repercussions in a state where so much of the coastline is populated with high rise buildings. There have been emergency board meetings and officials and surrounding cities are looking for other buildings that might be at risk. NPR's Adrian Florido has this report from the city of North Miami Beach. Consuelo Salgado was at her job at a nursing home on Friday afternoon when she got an urgent call from her son 100 million. He told her that city officials had given them and everyone else in their 10 story. 156 unit condo building two hours to evacuate. She rushed home, arriving with half an hour to spare. It was chaos. You thought original again. But I gotta pee so low level or it's impossible to live or we believe the elevators were packed. She says. Stopping on every floor is people squeezed in suitcases. Bicycles, computers, pets, Salgado grabbed some clothes and only later realized she'd forgotten her medications and her work uniforms. On Saturday afternoon, she came back, hoping to find out when she might be allowed back in Police started watched condominium gate told her they knew nothing. We never rewarded in formation.

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"��156" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:35 min | 5 months ago

"��156" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Before the storm. And this demolition would be one that would protect and preserve evidence and allow the maximum search and rescue activity to continue. The tragedy at the Champlain Towers is having wide repercussions in a state where so much of the coastline is populated with high rise buildings. There have been emergency board meetings and officials and surrounding cities are looking for other buildings that might be at risk. NPR's Adrian Florido has this report from the city of North Miami Beach. Consuelo Salgado was at her job at a nursing home on Friday afternoon when she got an urgent call from her son 100 Million live. He told her that city officials had given them and everyone else in their 10 story. 156 unit condo building two hours to evacuate. She rushed home, arriving with half an hour to spare. It was chaos You thought original, but having Collopy so low level or it's impossible to live. Or really believe the elevators were packed, she says. Stopping on every floor. People squeezed in suitcases, bicycles, computers, pets, Salgado grabbed some clothes. Only later realized she'd forgotten her medications and her work uniforms. On Saturday afternoon, she came back, hoping to find out when she might be allowed back in police guarded, locked condominium gate told her they knew nothing. We never rewards information in my mother since the Champlain Towers collapsed 11.

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North Miami Beach Building Deemed Unsafe, Evacuations Ordered

BBC World Service

01:01 min | 5 months ago

North Miami Beach Building Deemed Unsafe, Evacuations Ordered

"Undergoing an audit of all high rise buildings over 40 years old after a building in Surfside collapsed. 22 people are confirmed dead 128 are missing. NPR's Liz Baker reports. Residents of the 156 unit Crest Few Towers condo were given just a couple hours to evacuate their North Miami Beach home. On Friday afternoon, officials received an engineering inspection report did it January of this year. That deemed the building structurally and electrically unsafe with the Surfside tragedy. Fresh on everyone's minds and a tropical storm on the way, city manager Arthur sorry the third called the Evacuation the right thing to do out of an abundance of caution. The report focused falling concrete. And we know that's a buzzword these days. So when we saw that in the report, we knew we had an impact immediately. Residents will not be able to return to the building until the kind of association can prove the building is structurally sound. Liz Baker. NPR NEWS Miami BEACH, Hurricane Elsa may reach Florida by Tuesday morning but is expected to weaken to a tropical storm. By

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Poker Coach Tommy Angelo: Know and Grow Your 'Act Last' Percentage

Chasing Poker Greatness

02:09 min | 5 months ago

Poker Coach Tommy Angelo: Know and Grow Your 'Act Last' Percentage

"That you know that it's way way better to be last than i. How should that affect our game. So i'm just going to give you my answer. Yeah i know your answer. I have a feeling i know what your answer is going to be in that. Don't just like don't play lots of pots out of position. Like that's the right okay. So so no surprise. I remembered the name of my first position video. In the course of this conversation which is knowing grow your act last percentage so this concept your act last percentage is something i've been it's been part of my game since the beginning mentally but i only labeled it and started actually tracking it and thinking about it like in the last ten years ago so so let's just say we agree. That acting last is better than acting. I okay if you act lasts the same number of times as everyone else. Then you've gained nothing if you could somehow have the button every hand. Let's say or being cutoff. The button every hand right. You'd be unstoppable. So what can we do with that information. Those words that i just said. How can we translate that into dollars in our pocket. I believe it's super obvious and simple things to do which is to adjust your game free flop primarily but also your flop game with this as the prime purpose to act last way more than they do. You just said even the bad player. His results are twice as good when they last. So if you could just act last way more than everybody else right there and if you have decent poker skills almost can't lose and so the thing. I've been coaching people on for fifteen years. And now i have. These labels for is folding folding. The blinds nothing more than folding the blinds way more than your opponents do will automatically increase. Your class percentage

How To Deal With Trauma-Related Triggers in a Relationship

LifePix Relationships With ST

02:04 min | 5 months ago

How To Deal With Trauma-Related Triggers in a Relationship

"Fixtures. Have an awesome day. Are you ready to better understand yourself your partner and your marriage all that was such a good episode. Hope it wasn't triggering for anyone really and learned from it and Able to see things from a little bit of a different perspective. If you went through any sort of trauma in your life or your partner or anyone you know we went through. Any sort of trauma was probably. I really strongly recommend you go back and listen to the entire episode because explains really well what to do even either for yourself how to deal with these triggers or whether your partner or someone else a friend is going through these triggers. So you'll get a lot out of it. But fourth hit as marriage picks number one is respecting boundaries. And i think this is so so so so so important. Like i always tell people when i'm sitting them for the first time or like in the beginning they're still going to know me or like they're starting to share but they don't like not fully zero and like i'm going to push a little more than than like what just they're sharing because sometimes people wanna hear more they just don't know how do when they're scared of what's going to happen. So when ask you a question but you could just tell me you don't want to say you don't have to answer respect the vac Boundary that you don't want to answer susan thing in everything else that you're doing whether you know like your partner says like hey like no. I can't just do that just because my triggers. I have to work through them. Maybe one day. I'll be able to get there. Maybe not but right now you're going and respecting boundaries. No matter who they are what they are marriage picks number three. is that one triggers. Do come up. you want to be supportive. You don't want to go and fight the person. Oh you're stupid. You never gonna let me do it in a canter standard. And you don't like fat. And i can't do that. And they just triggers are very painful. People don't like triggers.

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"��156" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:22 min | 5 months ago

"��156" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"I'm Derek Dennis a news conference any moment now from authorities in Surfside, Florida, updating the search and rescue effort from Thursday's massive condo collapse. At last count. Five confirmed deaths for identified and 156 people unaccounted for Surfside Mayor Charles Burkett on ABC s this week this morning and said crews are doing all they can to give families of missing loved ones. Good news. We are working. 24 hours a day nonstop, nothing else on our mind with the only objective of pulling their family members out of that rubble safely, and crews are getting help from a search and rescue team arriving today from overseas. Israel's new prime minister, sending one of its world renowned rescue teams to Surfside, Florida to assist in the search for survivors at the collapsed building. Naftali Bennett called Governor Ron Dissenters Expressed his condolences and prayers to Americans. Israel's team includes the military head of the national rescue unit, doctors, engineers and psychologists. They will also help the local Jewish community. At least a dozen Jews and Israeli citizens are among the nearly 160 missing Those trapped or feared dead in the rubble. Georgiana Miller ABC NEWS Jerusalem, Another tragedy in Albuquerque, New Mexico. A hot air balloon crashed, killing the pilot and two couples sightseeing together. They were all Identified this morning all in their sixties, their balloon hitting power lines, then crashing to the ground and catching fire. The balloon itself traveled with the air somewhere else, but when they hit the lines, the basket, you know, fellow road look along the lines and fell to the street. Albuquerque, Police Communications director Gilbert Gallegos. Dangerous heat in the Pacific Northwest triple digit temperatures in the forecast for Seattle, Portland, Oregon, parts of Northern California and communities in between record breaking heat in areas usually cool and wet. You're listening to ABC news. Yeah. Yeah. Home improvements. It's a beautiful thing at Jeff Roof. Com game of news plays out here. What a performance! Let's go down to the newsroom and hear from the Star anchor. Great job. How did you pull that off? Well, you know, I just went out there and like I do at the top and bottom of every hour and gave it 110% And you know, I just want to thank.

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"��156" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:43 min | 5 months ago

"��156" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Right to Surfside Mayor Charlie Birkett tells Fox and friends in earlier fire underneath the rubble has been taken care of. They got that thing well under control. Now it appears so we are 100% full speed, working to pull everybody out of that pile of rubble. Families of the missing are providing DNA samples to authorities. 156 people are unaccounted for five are confirmed dead. It's unclear if The federal unemployment benefits plus up with $300 per week are keeping workers on the sidelines and it's a huge problem here in Wisconsin is going to really stay for our economic recovery as well. So hopefully he'll listen to employers here in Wisconsin, he'll get an earful. More than two dozen states have opted out of those benefits early. They're set to expire in September two Investigators with the National Transportation Safety Board have been sent to Albuquerque, New Mexico to examine the fatal crash of a hot air balloon. Police say everyone on board three men and two women died after this hot air balloon hit some power lines and dropped at least 100 ft. On the city's west side. It crashed into the middle of a busy intersection. The gondola went up in flames, apparently the envelope of the balloon. Floated off and landed on someone's roof. Faxes Christina Coleman, No. One on the ground with hurt America's listening to Fox News. Connect the Fox News Audio.

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"��156" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:55 min | 5 months ago

"��156" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Search and rescue around the clock. I'm Pam Pouso Fox News as heavy machinery carries away large pieces of twisted metal and concrete canine units and infrared scanners are being used to try and detect signs of life in the rubble of a collapsed condominium tower in South Florida. It's got that thing well under control. Now, it appears so. We are 100% full speed, um, working to pull everybody out of that pile of rubble. Families of the missing are providing DNA samples to authorities. 156 people are unaccounted for five are confirmed dead. It's unclear if President Biden will travel to Florida, but on Tuesday he will head to Wisconsin to talk about growing rural economies. Senate Republican Ron Johnson says he needs to ask employers about the difficulties they're having hiring workers. The federal unemployment benefits to pass up with $300 per week are keeping workers on the sidelines. And it's a huge problem here in Wisconsin is going to really stay for economic recovery as well. So so hopefully he'll listen to employers here in Wisconsin, he'll get an earful. More than two dozen states have opted out of those benefits early. They're set to expire in September two Investigators with the National Transportation Safety Board have been sent to Albuquerque, New Mexico to examine the fatal crash of a hot air balloon. Police say everyone on board three men and two women died after this hot air balloon hit some power lines and dropped at least 100 ft on the city's West side. It crashed into the middle of a busy intersection. The gondola went up in flames. Apparently the envelope of the balloon floated off and landed on someone's roof. Faxes Christina Coleman, No one on the ground was hurt. America's listening to Fox News. Yeah..

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"��156" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:30 min | 5 months ago

"��156" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"News conference any moment now from authorities in Surfside, Florida, updating the search and rescue effort from Thursday's massive condo collapse at last count. Five confirmed deaths. Four identified and 156 people unaccounted for Surfside Mayor Charles Burkett on On ABC s this week this morning and said crews are doing all they can to give families of missing loved ones. Good news. We are working 24 hours a day. Nonstop, nothing else on our mind with the only objective of pulling their family members out of that rubble safely and crews are getting help from a search and rescue team arriving today from overseas Israel's new prime minister, sending one of its world renowned rescue teams to Surfside, Florida to assist in the search for survivors at the collapsed building. Of Tali Bennett called Governor Ron dissenters to express his condolences and prayers to Americans. Israel's team includes the military head of the national rescue unit, doctors, engineers and psychologists. They will also help the local Jewish community. At least a dozen Jews and Israeli citizens are among the nearly 160 missing Those trapped or feared dead in the rebel. Georgiana Miller. ABC NEWS Jerusalem Another tragedy in Albuquerque, New Mexico, a hot air balloon crashed, killing the pilot. And two couples sightseeing together. They were all identified this morning, all in their sixties, their balloon hitting power lines, then crashing to the ground and catching fire. The balloon.

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"��156" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:15 min | 5 months ago

"��156" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Continues to be search and rescue and saving any lives that we can At least five people have now died. 156 people remain unaccounted for. UK regulators have said they are looking into concerns that online giants Google and Amazon are not doing enough to stop fake reviews of products and services on their platforms. AP correspondent Karen Shamas. Reports Competitions and Markets Authority says it has opened a formal investigation to see if both companies broke UK consumer law by failing to protect customers. The watchdog is concerned that millions of online shoppers may have been misled by fake recommendations taking business away from law abiding companies. The watchdog started looking into fenny reviews and some big websites last year without identifying any specific ones amid the pandemic fueled boom in online shopping and up to Minneapolis, Derek Shoven now behind bars, But could he get even more time news nations? Tom McGavin has more. Derek Shelvin spoke just briefly in court. He said he couldn't say more a nod to the federal civil rights. While he still faces a sentence for Count 1 270 months. This is based on your Abuse of a position of trust and authority. And also the particular cruelty shown to George Floyd. That's it the sentence 10 years over the guideline amount and still disappointment outside the Hennepin County government Center. The Floyd family attorney says Shelvin speaking during court and offering condolences, caught them off guard and we're not expecting it. Find news nation on your cable or satellite provider and stay up to date around the clock at news nation now dot com. And with the news nation now APP. I'm Kevin Wells. Threat of showers and thunderstorms will taper as we progress through the rest of tonight eventually will see things come to an end. It's going to remain mostly cloudy as we fall down into the lower seventies. Mostly cloudy on Sunday a chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms behind your 80 in the mid seventies at the lake clock Sunday night. Mostly cloudy showers and thunderstorms become likely as you drop into the upper sixties. And showers and storms are likely once again on and off throughout Monday and Tuesday. The most cloudy skies highs in the lower eighties inland cooler by the lake from the WGN Weather Center. Our meteorologist like Chancellor So I could play sports.

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"��156" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:29 min | 5 months ago

"��156" Discussed on WGN Radio

"To be relying on DNA testing, and that is why we've already been gathering DNA samples from the family members. At least five people have died. 156 people still unaccounted for tonight. Cook County State Attorney Kim Foxx and community activists gathering in Dalton for a March march against violence today dollars to be invested in Dalton. We need dollars to be invested in the South. Tiffany Han, you're the mayor of Dalton led the march that the Unity Bridge at Sibley and Chicago rolled. Dalton trustee Andrew Holmes, along with Father Michael Fletcher and Cook County State's attorney Kim Foxx, all emphasizing the need for economic investments in communities that have been plagued by violence. Bail has been denied for a man that was charged in the stabbing in death in the loop last week WGN's Bob Kessler after a nine day terrorism nation spree, as described by the judge, including the fatal stabbing of a Maryland grad student last week. Robinson was arrested on Thursday. He appeared in Bond court Saturday, where he was ordered held without bail. He is charged with first degree murder, armed robbery with a dangerous weapon and three counts of aggravated battery. 41 year old Tony Robinson is also linked to another attack June 13th in the first block of East Congress Parkway, where Chicago police said he struck a 50 year old woman in the head and robbed her and also a third attack at 500, South Franklin, Bob Kessler, WGN News and four people were her two critically injured in a shooting late Friday night on the South Side, WGN's Don Clement to 28 year old women in 2 31 year old men were standing outside just before midnight when a person drove past on a red meow pet and fired shots in the 7000 block of South Indiana Avenue. One will And was hit three times in the body. She was taken to Christ Hospital in Oakland in critical condition. One man was shot in the head. He's in critical condition at University of Chicago Hospital. The other man and woman are both at U of C as well in good condition. No arrests have been made area One detectives are investigating. Don Clevant, WGN News Three people were killed three others critically injured today when a train collided with a minivan in east Chicago. Police say four Children were among the victims. This one happened around one o'clock in the morning, officers say at the accident happened around 4600 Euclid Avenue. According to authorities, they found a 2500 minivan with extensive damage about 200 yards west of the Euclid Avenue train crossing the 36 year old male driver, a 38 year old woman and a 10 year old girl were found dead on the scene. Three boys ages. 7 to 10 were all taken to local hospitals in critical condition headed to governor.

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Surfside Building Collapse: How Did This Happen?

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:08 min | 5 months ago

Surfside Building Collapse: How Did This Happen?

"Mentioned earlier. The very capable. Search teams of miami dade fire rescue will of course work through this night at the scene of that collapse of the high rise oceanfront condo just north of miami beach finding people alive priority number. One also urgent the effort to find out just what it is that brought down not one but two sections of that structure that have stood for decades. Our report tonight from nbc. News correspondent sam brock in the wake of destruction and tragedy. Critical question hangs over this ocean front community and it looks like a bomb went off. How could this have happened. I've never seen a collapse like that. Didn't involve some sort of earthquake. Or something else the champlain. Tower south condo building constructed in one thousand nine hundred eighty one is twelve stories high containing one hundred and thirty four units and it began sinking years ago. According to a recent report from florida international university looking at thousands of buildings that particular building identified as buildings that moved Nine hundred ninety s shimon veto vince. Ski says in the nineties. The building was sinking two millimeters a year. Though it's unclear if that continued or contributed to today's collapse officials say work on the building's roof has been ongoing in would've likely involved in inspection and a permit. Structural inspections are also required. After forty years. A big question will be. Why did the structure stand for forty years and then fall this morning to answer that. The american society of civil engineers glen bell says. Investigators will examine samples of slab in concrete from the debris. What's in the rubble could be inciteful to investigators. The way it's piled up way that the pieces are broken can tell you a lot of to the train. Die about how the failure initiated where it might have initiated contractor. Greg schlesinger has worked on other complexes in the area. There are two items here. Concrete and steel if the steel is exposed and loses structural integrity. The concrete fails instantaneously. That's how fans

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"��156" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:59 min | 5 months ago

"��156" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Ago, These documents were signed and it changed. America changed the world because so much has happened since then, and so While that history has been here for 156 years, this mural has put a face on it. The mural is located on a brick wall facing the space where that order was issued. I'm Elizabeth Trove. All in Houston, This is NPR. Many Americans are celebrating this Juneteenth Commemorating the end of legal slavery of black Americans at this afternoon's Kansas City Royals baseball game. What's known as the black national anthem, lift every voice and sing will be sung before the national anthem. 48 year old from England is one of the co leaders heading into the third round of the U. S Golf Championship. Greg Echlin has more Richard Bland didn't win his first European PGA Tour event until earlier this year. Even when he was in search of a win. Bland says he didn't want to give up the game. But what am I gonna do? Go and get an office job? I'm not that intelligent. I'm afraid so. It was just right. Okay. You know, I've always been someone that you know, I can get my head down and work hard, Bland in only his second US Open shares the lead heading into today's third round with Russell Henley. 32 year old from Georgia with three wins on the PGA Tour for NPR News. I'm Greg Echlin. Japan is canceling plans to open public viewing sites for the Tokyo Summer Olympics. Instead, they'll be used as covid vaccination centers. Foreign Spectators were already barred because of the pandemic. But a final decision on whether to allow Japanese fans into the games is due Monday. Japanese medical experts say banning Spectators is the least risky option for going ahead.

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"��156" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:46 min | 6 months ago

"��156" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"On the Tolbert Kruger in Brookshire. Onoda is here, courtesy of Bet online checkout bet online for the most recent odds to win the US Open fund props such as what The Winning score will be what the cut line will be, and even the length of the winner's final put along with head to head golfer matchups for the U. S Open. No, that we always appreciate the time. How you doing today, my man. Oh, it's great. And I especially like that last part. Stanford Cardinal, Go Cardinal Bay area. Love it. We know how you get down. We know what you love. We always appreciate you hanging out with the span. So Mickelson long long odds before the PGA Championship he defied Those odds. It was fun. Not as much of a long shot in the U. S open. I saw 51. That's still pretty hefty. Does he have any chance? I don't think so. I think that, um You know, One of the things that he had going for him is that they're out of venue that not a lot of, um, the majority of the PGA Tour players you know, either had seen or had only played the previous PJ championship back in 2012. Other than that there has been no PGA Tour events on at Kiawah Island since Not the case this week. You know, we play a regular PGA Tour event here every year. Players are familiar with this golf course. It has tendencies that has patterns. There's a lot of local knowledge involved. So anybody that has, um inability to or demonstrated some consistent performance over the years. Certainly has an advantage. And, you know, Secondly, with Phil, he doesn't really like the golf course Per se. It's in his hometown. Um, he's played it for decades. But he's just, you know, never really shown a consistent ability to play well at Tory by itself. You know, it's funny with that. Being said, I kind of like sleeper candidate and Charlie Hoffman, who, you know he's in his mid forties. He's another guy. This is his hometown. He went to power away. Um, but he's played really well in this tournament. I mean, he's got four top 20 fives in the Farmers Insurance Open. Nobody probably out there knows this course, quite as well as he does. It's a long course difficult in some hole, especially when 11 12 13 and there it's pretty tough. What do you think of a guy in his mid forties like Hoffman, potentially contending this weekend. I like Hoffman on some of the You know the top 10 top top 15 top 20 propositions. I think there is good value there simply because he is a costume that ball strikers very solid from tee to green. Um And this is going to be a big demanding golf course this week. You know, the only other place that he falls short. As you know, he's not great around the greens are on the greens, and so You know, that's where you run your risk there in terms of, um, you know, putting some money on Hoffman is that you know if he has a bad week on the greens, uh, It's going to be a long week for him. I would rather myself first, they put put, um some value in the players that can really roll the rock like the sandwich shop play. Who is going to be a much shorter price. But I think um, has a definite chance to win so you can certainly change some things up and get him in the mix. They noted. Can you give everybody an idea of what? The differences between Torrey Pines south during the regular rotation and Torrey Pines South US Open course. And how much differently a place for the The pros. Yeah, absolutely. So a couple things number one. Typically, you know, the PGA Tour has certain standards with regard to just how soft or how firm. The greens are regular PGA Tour events because they're trying to get 156. So there's logistical reasons that the PGA Tour has to do this is they can't make the golf course Super. Extraordinarily hard because they have limited daylight. That particular time of the year and they need to get 156 players around the golf course in order to produce a cut. So in order to do that, you sort of soften the greens a little. Make the fairways a little bit wider, so players can get around the golf course. And you know that 4.5 5, our time spent. Well, that's not a concern. Now we've got plenty of daylight. Um, you're still looking at 156 players and, um, the U. S. A is going to squeeze the fairways. That strategic points. Um the first cut of rough is actually being mown back toward the tea boxes. Well to the average every big golfer they don't really care but to a PGA Tour golfer that means that is as soon as the ball lands into the rock. Because it's group is being mown back toward the key boxes it's actually facing back into the players. It's going to basically stop right where it hits. In most cases. So not only are you going to be in the rough, but you're not going to get that extra five or six yards, a role that you might get with a ball sort of bouncing forward, even though it still hits in the rough. So hitting the fairways are going to be rewarded that much more and on top of that the greens are going to be much firmer, so you're going to see it first. Yep. When the ball hits, Um later in the day, little softer earlier in the day. Um and so those sorts of things will factor into us seeing a score that Won't be anywhere near what we see in terms of the winning score for the Farmers Insurance Open, which is held at Tory Science. So for the 100. I just want to ask her. I just wanted to ask him about because he mentioned that I didn't really realize that they mow the motive. Rough certain ways is your ball. It would seem to me your balls going to stand a better chance of burying itself. With the way they're mowing the rough now, as opposed to moving it toward the greens, where you make it a little kick and you may end up finding yourself sitting on top of the grass instead of nestling into the grass. Absolutely, and that you know that's a great observation And not only that, you know when you're when you're swinging into the green, um, especially at that rough, so it's gonna be Um, there's a primary cut in the secondary cut. So so we're getting old it deeper into this, but the primary cuts going to be at three inches in the secondary cuts going to be at five inches. So as you get further and further away from the fairy, it becomes more and more penalizing. Um, which is going to make it much more difficult for players to sort of Powered out of this tall grass and get it somewhere around the green..

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Is Fear Controlling Your Career?

The Schmidt List

01:22 min | 6 months ago

Is Fear Controlling Your Career?

"Cat. How are you today. It is still good to see you too about the work you do. You've been you've been doing a lot of you've been doing not only doing livestreams and things like this but you've been consulting people for years on how to find their best selves when it comes to work in the work life balance sort of area. How did you get started in all of that. Did you fall into it. I fell into it. Backwards with my eyes clubs. I've got a bachelors degree in sociology. Because i wanted to change the world and i was fascinated with people and then i realized i had to go back to school if i wanted to be. A professor and side cited not to do that. Around the world. Chased jobs and paychecks. A bartender in alaska camp counselor in california now attendant. I was trying to see the world. I was a flight attendant. Kurt enroll. I wasn't seeing the world. I was flying around the mid west of america. And i couldn't afford to pay my college loans so my dad was getting worried and i decided to start doing temp work on my days. Off and my very first temp job was at a global. It consulting firm I was a secretary actually sprint desk receptionist for one week okay. I had no idea what was happening by friday. I had a job offer to become a recruiter and that started.

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"��156" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:55 min | 6 months ago

"��156" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"I am David Amy on Wednesday morning, and Scott said wear producers here with a few thoughts, but Proposal in Austin That just has Scott Flaming. Let's clarify the idea of this doesn't make me mad. It's the execution of it, because the point here is we're talking about electric vehicles on Amy and I both drive electric cars. Uh And what's going on is that they want to install is is this tax for people who drive electric vehicles simply because you drive an electric vehicle now? Conceptually makes sense. Because when you go buy gasoline, you know the price you see, I'd say it's to 20 a gallon 20. Cents of that is a gas tax. From the state, and that goes towards fixing roads. I think there's a small like 24% goes toward schools. There's also a federal gas tax. So part of the money you spend when you get gas goes towards fixing roads. So the argument from both Republicans and Democrats in the Texas Legislature is Well, electric vehicles. Drivers aren't paying for the roads, right? Right because you're not paying for gas. What? You're using them right? So now they're trying to put up with this tax, however. They're trying to make the tax so it would be between 202 $150 a year just for driving the electric vehicle and then plus another $190 if you drive more than 9000 miles a year. Which is gonna be a large chunk of people. So that could be up to 400. What $40 more than $440. It seems like an awful lot of money. So here Here's why this irks me in and we'll kick this around. I did the math. So if you drive if you've a 15 gallon tank You're getting your paying an extra three bucks in taxes of the pump. That's the math checks out to that. For what Purple Upper Philip for Philip. Let's see You get gas once a week for a year. $3 times 52 weeks. That's $156. You're paying in taxes on gas, but the Legislature wants to tax electric vehicle drivers 400 something dollars. And this makes no sense to me whatsoever. Well, the thing that worries me about this like I agree with you, by the way. The thing that worries me. Is this little note here about or if they drive more than 9000 Miles, and of course, the other alternative is that they and this has been done or had been tried in other states. Is that, okay? We're gonna tax you by the mile rather than by the gallon of gas. You have tax everybody by how much they drive. Hold on second. How you gonna know? How much I drive. You have to put in your report on some some some device that tracks where I go when you get your car inspected and review for registration and all that, If every year you have to get checked the odometer and it goes on record. All that stuff is already on record. Still, you know that I could. I could imagine that you could come up with a pretty good lawsuit claiming that that violates your constitutional right to To travel around to actual toe actually move around the country because a lot of countries don't have that, but I think this is a problem and They're supposed to be encouraging electric vehicle uses this discourages that right? That Z kind of the weird dichotomy here because you've got governor Abbott who I've been in abbots corner through a lot of things in the last couple of years, and he's been very Hey, Elon Musk. Come build that cyber truck factory right outside the Austin airport. Bring Tesla here. Bring space X and then you got a tax his cars and then attack. Yeah, Yeah, It's me, not all of his cars. But I mean, yes, basically, and it's and look, here's another thing, too. It's not just Plus, we're talking out there. I mean, that Ford is coming out with a truck and a couple more of a member of the chef there are coming out and then let me give you another food piece of food for thought here. Do you do it halfway with the hybrid cars, Right? Do you give them a half electric tax because they're only paying for half the GATT Like, Where does this Stop. No, it's just It's just seen a slippery slope. It makes sense, though, right? Because we're driving on the roads, Amy, and we're not paying the same taxes by not buying gas, but This execution just makes no sense Reminds me when I was playing when I was paying property taxes to provide funding for public schools when my when my kids didn't go to public schools, But I understand his partner's being a citizen that housework and it makes the value of your home the value of your home. You know, it does it. We could talk about that, too. But anyway, you have one more point. We're out of time. But, you know, I was just gonna be a little breaking news out of Virginia Former GOP Senator John Warner. Has passed away. He was once married to Elizabeth Taylor got at the age of 94. No idea is that all? All right, Scott. Maybe we could revisit this because I'm sure there's going to be around for quite a while. Find out where the governor stands. They got another week or so to figure this out. If they're gonna pass. That's right. 6 56. Let's check traffic again. Here's Bill Jackson. In Dallas has been kind of a one trouble or another.

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FDA, CDC Lift Pause on J&J Covid Vaccinations

WBZ Programming

01:28 min | 7 months ago

FDA, CDC Lift Pause on J&J Covid Vaccinations

"Following the FDA and CDC decision to lift the pause and resume use of the Johnson and Johnson Corona virus vaccine. Health officials in the state say all providers are being notified. They may resume administration of the single shot vaccine effective immediately. Here's WBC TVs Christina Rex, that pause did not have a major impact on Massachusetts vaccination efforts. Out of 2.23 million people fully vaccinated here on Lee 204,000 have gotten Johnson and Johnson Jersey still out there. Still, people out in about aren't sure they trust the single dose vaccine doesn't apply to me because I already got fries, all right. But like emotionally speaking, if I didn't get it, and I was supposed to get it at me, opt out and try to get something else. But local doctors say the investigation should increase confidence in the system and emphasize the J and J shot greatly benefits vulnerable communities with limited access to vaccines. These people that most benefit from a single dose vaccine from a van that could drive around from an outreach group that can get to places the other places aren't going to get it to those groups of people we really need to get to, and I think the Johnson Johnson vaccine doesn't matter. Simply facilitate vaccinating those kinds of populations. Latest figures from the state Department of Public Health Show more than 1400 newly confirmed coronavirus cases 13 new deaths 644 people hospitalized 156 in the ICU and a seven day average positivity rate of just over 2%.

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Mercedes Carnethon on Outdoor Masking

The Readout Loud

01:33 min | 7 months ago

Mercedes Carnethon on Outdoor Masking

"So indika gory of. What is it okay to do. Now that we've learned more about the coronavirus. The latest topic of heated discussion is wearing masks outside ground. University's dr. she's. John noted over the weekend that outdoor infections are extremely rare and harvard's doctor mark lipstick. Tweeting this week quote. Outdoor masking has notable costs and really no evidence of benefits. So are we about to see the great american unmasking. At least when we're outside here to help us parse through the issue is dr mercedes thon vice chair of preventive medicine at northwestern university. Feinberg school of medicine. She's also an epidemiologist reseda. Welcome to the podcast will thank you for having me so mercedes. Where'd you land on the outdoor masking debate. You know. I think that the data that we've seen thus far do suggest that transmission of the corona virus outdoors is exceedingly rare. And that's largely. Because you know we've got wide open air and those virus particles are not as concentrated as they would be indoors and so i think it's i think it's very uncommon that we would expect to see transmission to me. The primary reason to wear a mask in settings where we would see a number of other people or be around other people outside is really the social factor signaling that we are still in a pandemic modeling the behaviors that can protect us during this pandemic and so it becomes almost a social factor and an acknowledgement meant of where we are today.

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Boeing Sees Uptick in Airplane Orders as Travel Picks Up

Murph and Mac

00:40 sec | 8 months ago

Boeing Sees Uptick in Airplane Orders as Travel Picks Up

"Reporting slightly improving sales numbers as more people are now starting to travel to Chicago based airplane maker received 196 orders in March but also had 156 cancelations for net gain of 40 airplane sold. Following orders have plummeted over the last two years between the grounding of the 7, 37 MAXjet and the pandemic. But what effective vaccines now available? Airline traffic is picking up in April 1.5 million people the day have gone through airport checkpoints significantly more than a few months ago, but still far below pre pandemic levels. 2.3 million today.

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US Treasury: 156 million coronavirus relief payments issued

WBZ Midday News

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

US Treasury: 156 million coronavirus relief payments issued

"Keep coming. The Treasury Department says it's now we should more than 156 million payments as part of President Biden's coronavirus relief package. That total includes 25 million payments, primarily to Social Security beneficiaries who hadn't filed a 2019, or 2020 tax return about $372 billion has been paid out since March. 12th. A recent poll by The Associated Press in O R. C Center for Public affairs Research shows about one third of Americans plan to use their checks to pay bills. That compares to 23%, who plan to save the money and 21% who plan to pay down debt.

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US Treasury: 156 million coronavirus relief payments issued

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

US Treasury: 156 million coronavirus relief payments issued

"The treasury department says it is issued more than one hundred fifty six billion payments as part of president Biden's corona virus relief plan that total includes twenty five million payments primarily to social security beneficiaries who hadn't filed a twenty nineteen or twenty twenty tax return about three hundred seventy two billion dollars has been paid out since March twelfth a recent poll by the Associated Press in a R. C. center for public affairs research shows about one third of Americans plan to use their checks to pay bills that compares to twenty three percent who plan to save the money in twenty one percent who plan to pay down debt my camp in Washington

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Orange County Reports 119 New Cases Of COVID-19, 14 Deaths

The John Phillips Show

00:27 sec | 8 months ago

Orange County Reports 119 New Cases Of COVID-19, 14 Deaths

"Orange County reported 119 new cases of covert 19 and 14 additional deaths today, along with another decline in the number of coronavirus patients in county hospitals. Hospitalizations fell from 170 yesterday to 156 today, with a number of covet patients in intensive care units dropping from 28 to 25. That's the lowest number since officials started keeping records last May. Boch. CIA also reported 9407 covert 19

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King County Sheriff's sergeant, civilian injured in 2-alarm fire in Burien, near Seattle

Street Talk with Chris Davies

00:28 sec | 9 months ago

King County Sheriff's sergeant, civilian injured in 2-alarm fire in Burien, near Seattle

"Two people injured, including a King County sheriff's sergeant in a two alarm fire that burned an apartment building and your Southwest 156 Street and Embalm Boulevard Southwestern Period. One occupant and the sheriff's Office sergeant transported to CNN Hospital, both of minor injuries. Cruise initially reported heavy smoke coming from the roof when they arrived after one p.m. on Saturday. There was also word that somebody jump from the building to escape. The fire, which was believed to be on the third floor. Cause of that place is still yet to be

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10 Reasons to Start Repurposing Content

Brands On Brands On Brands

06:17 min | 9 months ago

10 Reasons to Start Repurposing Content

"My ten reasons at your content marketing should include repurposing number. One reach reach is the amount of people you're content gets in front of when you re purpose. It gives you more reach. You are allowed to build awareness more quickly across platforms the more places you put it. The more people will see it number two frequency. This is a term that we use a lot in my eighteen years of advertising agencies frequency. There are more opportunities for recall for people to remember seeing your message via increased exposure in other words. If they see it more than once twice three times four or five six times the more they see it the more likely they all to recall it or for it to have impacted him away to to for them to say you know what i should take an action on that so you get frequency number three longevity search and re posts offer a long-term opportunity for you to grow your audience in other words when you put your content into these other platforms and you re purpose. It number one. It gives you a chance that content to live a longer lifespan. Because when you put something out onto search if you end up being found in the search engines that's going to keep blasting year after year after year. Same thing with you and you have also the opportunity riposte as you create and cut your content down different pieces repurposing. It also means you re posting it in the future so that it doesn't just exist the day you released it to the world on your launch of that episode. It also exists three months later and you decide to re post that interesting comment that you made that you wanna share with the world reason number four on my list of reasons why content marketing should include repurposing authority. Each touchpoint creates a known for opportunity in other words. Every time someone sees you talking about that same topic or something within your wheelhouse it gives them another reminder another piece of proof that you are known for this thing that you're talking about so authority starts to be created reason number five preference. People have their favorites. They have their favorite sources of media the favorite channels. They listened to their favorite shows. And as you re purpose your content and start putting it into all the different platforms all different places people consume. You're giving yourself a chance to be seen in the place where they spend the most time and everyone's places different. So you need to repurpose in a way to get you out to more places so that more people can find you in the place that they are. The most reason number six by content marketing should be included in your repurposing plan. Why repurposing should be included in your content marketing. I should say reason number. Six is impressions for anyone who doesn't subscribe. At least they get an impression of you. Maybe they aren't someone who is on your channel and i wanna get recurring messages from this people. Every time you share a new purpose piece of that content is an opportunity for that person to see you again. Even if they didn't subscribe maybe they'll subscribe the future because of that next impression reason number seven retention the are more chances for subscriber growth where they prefer to subscribe in other words. If you re purpose your content into a blog they might be more likely to sign up for your newsletter if you re purpose it into youtube. And that's where they watch all the time. Maybe they'll subscribe to you on youtube if they love to listen to podcasts. And you have a podcast. They might subscribe and listen to you every week on pocket. You have to them a place where they like to bench content. You have to make sure it ends up in those places but maybe they're just an instagram per there on instagram. Ninety percent of the day you have to be there so that they can click follow and then consistently you shop in their feed number eight reason. Why your content. Marketing plan should include repurposing compounding. Now what i mean by this. Is that each touch point each time. Your message is shown to someone. It directs traffic through your funnel over time and builds. Seo strength in other words every time you have an impact on someone it is giving further proof that your message is important so it tells all these search engines and algorithms and whatever else that more people are interested in your stuff and as that happens over time you get more credit for that and the you get rewarded for that for doing that consistently over a period of time and it has a compounding effect on your brand your discover ability number nine engagement. There's more chances to create compelling environments for your content with pictures and videos and quotes and memes and people sharing that with other people you creating all these new kind of versions of your content. Create more places where people can decide that for me is the kind of thing to see. I love pictures videos. i love a little clip. It's more engaging it's more it's an opportunity for someone to actually be like. Oh i love that. I want to interact with it. I wanna make a comment. Whatever it is so your engagement increases and number ten on your reasons why your content marketing should include repurposing number ten. Roi return on investment with each new piece of content. Every time you share that concept of more places you give that individual piece of content on increased chance for exposure and return on investment in other words. If i create this thing once and it takes me an hour and i share in one place and ten people see it that return business very high but if i share and then he goes to five more places and then ten more places and that means one hundred people see it or thousand people cedar ten thousand people see it return on my time for that one thing that i created suddenly is a lot more higher than ever could have been before and that also drives bottom line business results so i hope that makes sense to you guys oath that you see that if you take the time to build repurposing into your content strategy you will find a way to make a stronger impact on the people that are finding you and there will be more people finding you

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"��156" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:22 min | 10 months ago

"��156" Discussed on KOMO

"Final vote did not lead to a conviction, the substance of the charge is not in dispute power out to nearly 700,000 customers from Texas to West Virginia to North Carolina after back to back winter storms. Person in custody after a string of New York City subway stabbings that killed to the Corona virus. Vaccine rollout is slowly picking up steam with now more than 50 million doses administered nationwide. I'm Dave Packer. ABC News Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 stories Now here, downtown Seattle compact snow and ice on the road. 31 degrees. I'm r. Christopher, This is common news Sunday like Sybert or technical director here at 8 31. Let's get you caught up Now. The top stories from the coma 24 7. News Center had to look here for those of you into winter recreation snowpack level today. Here in the west slopes of the Cascades, especially here. It looks like considerable avalanche danger. If that helps you in your plans. If you need more details on that hot links at come on news dot com. Don't give you the update. Road conditions treacherous all around the Puget sound here washes State patrol saying important that you don't abandon your car. So that snow plows could do their jobs. Trooper Johnson reporting with coma that state patrol responded to 41 spinouts and 156 calls for stranded and abandoned vehicles in King County during Saturday morning. Alone again if you abandon your vehicle, it will be impounded. You will be responsible for expenses. Snow roots activated for this morning because of the snow pack that we have all around some roots. Maybe the later even canceled. Check with their website. We do have a Linkous well. Hot links that cos dot com Driver's discretion by the whale had to handle the more difficult streets around Seattle work hours are abandoned, and, of course decision whether to take that Hill or not go with your driver's decisions. They drive these roots every day Highway to it. Stevens passes bad back Open here. Crews work to clear snow from unscheduled avalanche control work yesterday because of a slide. Hooper is urging people to reduce the speed and increase following distance in this weather. If you are behind a snowplow do not attempt to pass. I 90 Snoqualmie also saw challenges with many driving. Drivers traveling to the east side of the state and fast arriving snow all day yesterday. What a mess. It was two for westbound 19. You know, North Ben was several collisions there. I was quite a time to clear that off the road. We're gonna update on the passes here in just a moment. Let me check traffic and weather here at come on news magnitude of his winter storm that has blanketed the Pacific Northwest with ice and snow, leaving hundreds of thousands of people without power even prompted Oregon Governor Kate Brown to declare a state of emergency. They're freezing rain left roads, power lines and trees coated in ice in the Portland area. At one point, it was traction required and change required. In the downtown area on streets in Portland. So as many areas today CIA falling snow like what we're seeing in Seattle and surrounding areas, Oregon getting more snow today, the state of Idaho as well and get this Montana and Wyoming blasted with the Arctic cold of this storm is well the windshield there reaching as low as 50 degrees below zero. In some areas, and that's for today as well. 8 34 Now here in Seattle, traffic and weather, as we say, every 10 minutes on the fours, let's get to Curtis Calhoun and the update we have from the duty log of Traffic center. Still deal with a major collision in the sea attack.

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"��156" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:55 min | 10 months ago

"��156" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"S dot com. J. C. P s was scheduled to be off today. So if you see that they're closed and not doing in T I That was a preplanned day off for the students. We're heading now to Frankfurt. That is where lawmakers in the House gave final approval to the historic horse racing Bill Chris Fugue. It is a Republican representative from Arlen. Casinos are all real, beautiful buildings, and there's a reason for that. Because most people lose Is that really want Kentucky names? Louisville Democrat Joanie Jenkins voted in support of the legislation. I am voting yes, because there is an industry that is very important to the state, and I think we need to support it. I am very disappointed that we're not addressing What I believe is a shameful tax rate on historic horse racing. The bill legalizes slot like machines that he used to generate revenue for race tracks and now heads the governor Bashir's desk for his signature. It's not clear whether or not he will sign it or not. If he does, it has an emergency clause in it that would put it into effect immediately. We're staying in Frankfurt and heading over to governor Bashir where we learned the latest covert 19 numbers. On Thursday, the governor announcing at the podium that cases continue to decline, but deaths remain I In Thursday's briefing, Bashir announced 1880 new cases. The positivity rate is 7.8%, the lowest since November. 6th. Unfortunately, we do have 36 new deaths to report today. The death toll in Kentucky is now over 4200 in vaccine news, Bashir announced 156 new vaccine locations in Kentucky. They consist of six new regional sites. 10, more Kroger locations, 15 Wal Mart Store.

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156 Deaths, Over 8700 New COVID-19 Cases in Florida

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:29 sec | 11 months ago

156 Deaths, Over 8700 New COVID-19 Cases in Florida

"More than 100, new deaths in Florida are being attributed to Corona virus. The Department of Health yesterday announced 156 deaths from covered 19 over 8700 new cases and the positivity rate for new cases that over 9.5%. Also, the CDC announcing Florida now has a nation high 92 cases of the B 1 17 variant strain that likely came here from England. Meanwhile, another 5000 people got vaccinated yesterday, including almost 800, who got the second dose.

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Interview With Sister Helen

Criminal

06:11 min | 11 months ago

Interview With Sister Helen

"It's phoebe. A great way to help support our show right now is to buy some criminal merchandise. We're launching a brand new online shop and we'll be adding all kinds of new things to it in the coming months this month. Where adding a brand new enamel pin and instead of twenty five postcards featuring some of our favorite episode illustrations by julien alexandre. We also have t shirts and tote bags even an. I'm phoebe judge mask to check out our store go to this is criminal dot com and click on shop. Thanks very much for your support. Are you in new orleans. Yeah i am. How is new orleans. Today it's fine from what i can see for my house. Know new orleans is new orleans. It's a great city We're doing all right. But i gotta tell you phoebe we just my little brother just died yes today. He got covert. So oh i'm sorry of Yeah he He had a lot of underlying conditions. He was seventy six so he just It's just a terrible disease and you know we're louisiana. We'd love people love being with each other and you know you can just see how people get it because they wanna have. These gatherings and people dropped the guard and spreads and Think pets may be how he got it anyway. But i'm at peace with it because he would ahead such terrible road if he had made it through and Som- glad god is that you've been around death for for a long time or at certain moments. Is it any easier for you to mourn someone or accept death. Now that you've seen it and seen it in such a public way But also in a private way with your own family while private of course is if flesh and blood your heart is soul you know and it mother father sister brother used to set the table for five and now it's me and it's very it's kind of in a way. Too big to get hold of there. Was this little kid in the same. Thomas housing projects that reporter was interviewing him. They'd been another shooting in the projects here in new orleans and So the interviewer was talking to the kid. Each probably like about eight and just trying to see how this always impacting his life and at one point the interview the kid said i'm too young to understand this. Well i'm eighty one. And i'm too young to understand this. This huge mystery is that we all die in. I've seen so many die. There's a part of me. I can go through the whole ritual of it but to take it in and that i'm gonna die. That's what impossible everybody dies but me. You know that feeling so it's just a big old mystery and what i'm thrown back on is louie lives inside. May now my little brother and then moving over to the public of the six human beings that accompanied the execution and What you do. What i do with death is arm alive. I wanna live my life to. The full is authentically. As i can. I wanna live in the reality. That death is part of it but to live because death can just punch in the stomach knocked the wind out you know it just knocks the the joy of life. The desire is stunned in a way and then comes back and you go. It's a new day. It just from being alive as a human being existential way of putting it is. The truth is i'm alive and i wanna live. I wanna live authentically. And i wanna live to the fall. And that's that's to me is what it leaves me with his. This mandate to live and to live fully. Which means to love is fully as i ran and when it comes to loving in the criminal justice system it means working really hard for justice and for people's voices to be heard. I wonder if you'd mind introducing yourself. Yeah like say about time. I i've i would have stopped you but i like to hear you talk so i just said well. We'll get her namely get her name. Nothing like drinking from a fire hose. I'm obsessed to helen. pray sean. Now my sister of saint joseph catholic nun win sister. Helen prejean was young. she declared the chewed either. Grow up to be the president or the pope. Instead when she was eighteen she became a nun. A fellow nun once described her as a hurricane. She's eighty one should think that you are the most famous none in america. Where does that. We're famous means a lot of people know your name. Yeah probably i would say yeah. That's what that means. Because i've been out there so much. I guess i got street. Cred kazaa ben in thirty something years. And i do speaking. I'm not traveling anymore. Because of covert. But i'm zoman mob bloom in head off. I mean because you can still talk and be present two groups and thou so. I'm doing a lot of that.

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CES 2021: Samsung to unveil Neo QLED TVs with Mini-LED

Kim Komando

00:59 sec | 11 months ago

CES 2021: Samsung to unveil Neo QLED TVs with Mini-LED

"We have the big consumer electronic show in Las Vegas. Well, it's big, but it's gonna be virtual. And we're going to start seeing a whole bunch of new TV technology called Neo. Q. L E D. Okay. Once again, you know what that means. Nio que led to be added to eight K and pour que oils down to something called And you gotta follow me on this. Many led Tech with Ellie bees up to 40 times smaller than those and other TV. It's okay more Ellie D's in smaller spaces improves backlighting, So you get a better picture quality. In contrast, So that's many led tech not to be confused with micro led these I know it gets crazy. It's a new light of Samsung TVs. It comes on screen sizes up to 110 inches. The cost Anybody you're wrong, 156. House in dollars. For TV.

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The Amish Pandemic Sewing Frolic

The Kitchen Sisters Present

04:30 min | 1 year ago

The Amish Pandemic Sewing Frolic

"It was friday april tenth. Two thousand twenty. The pandemic was really starting to roar. Ppe was scarcely in the supply chains. Were already breaking down. Every hospital was scrambling to find enough masks gowns and face shields. It was already every state every institution for itself. It was everywhere in the papers. Page one page to page three on page nine of the new york times dateline creek ohio. A headline cut on ape. Make a sewing frolic in ohio. The amish take on the corona virus. The story struck a deep chord in a state with us throughout these long months. The way this isolated centuries old self. Reliant community was rising to the occasion and collaborating with the world. Outside was something we wanted to know more about your attempt to record story. A new collaboration was born in that way that the pandemic has triggered all manner of new collaborations artists. Laurie anderson ohio born designer stacey hoover and producer. Evan jacoby all joined with the kitchen sisters to bring these voices to wear today. The kitchen sisters present. The great amish sewing frolic sugar creek. Ohio inca i. John miller manufacturer here with deep connections to the close knit amish community of central of got a call from cleveland clinic. When i get a call from purchasing cleveland cleaning at midnight i know needs. The hospital system was struggling to find protective face masks for it's fifty five thousand employees plus visitors. I thought about the fact that every amish lady in a community knows how we could then utilize the talents of the ladies into to make protective gear. Could his team so twelve thousand dollars. In two days he appealed to abe choi. Kind a local lumber neil and goods business and leader in the amish community. I called deep. Troyer and said make a sewing frolic a day later. Mr troyer had signed up sixty amish home. Seamstresses and cleveland clinic sewing from was i made patriotic ones. I think mine are also the other ones are from my sister. Sarah may meet those jeff. I am rudy Homemade candies. I'm curious sister. I am esther troyer. We had the candy store in the basement of our house. Frolic usually is using up as barn. Succumb people come from all around spectators as well as i have. Four course meal nash. Potatoes some kind of me sal desert. Some kind of dessert should be retire. But that doesn't pay the bills. So i can do this. The frolic of masks sewing is just. It's a group getting together doing a project as good. 'cause i went to egypt troyer to bring supplies. He's got three or four women in his own that console and they were cutting. The little wire knows please. That goes in the mass to conform to your nose on the kitchen table. Literally within three days the sewing machines were set up we had. I'm running in times like this. When can't have you no more than ten people in a room together you know. There's there's around. Ten thousand sewing machines in amish homes abe went and recruited sixty or one hundred sewers literally overnight and we may twelve thousand masks for cleveland clinic and forty eight hours that then turned into an order for one hundred forty thousand which scaled again. Currently we are making seven hundred and thirty eight thousand masks for the state of ohio.

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